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Hymns of the Eastern Church
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HYMNS
OF
The Eastern Church


PRINTED BY
SPOTTISWOODE AND CO., NEW-STREET SQUARE
LONDON


HYMNS
OF
The Eastern Church.

TRANSLATED,
WITH NOTES AND AND AN INTRODUCTION,
BY

THE REV. J. M. NEALE, D.D.,
Warden of Sackville College.
FIFTH EDITION
LONDON:
J. T. HAYES, 17 HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN

[Electronic edition with material from the first edition:
LONDON:
J. T. Hayes, 5, LYALL PLACE, EATON SQ.
1862.
]


Sion’s lyre, thou best content

That e’er Heav’n to mortals lent,

Though they as a trifle leave thee,

Whose dull thoughts cannot conceive thee,

Though to them thou be a scorn

Who to nought but earth are born,

May my life no longer be

Than I am in love with thee!

WITHER


TO
THE SUPERIOR
AND
THE OTHER SISTERS
OF
The House of Mercy at Clewer.
WITH THANKFULNESS FOR THEIR PAST, AND
PRAYERS FOR THEIR FUTURE SUCCESS,

THESE HYMNS
ARE DEDICATED.


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