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Author: Nicholson, William, 1591-1672.
Title: David's harp strung and tuned, or, An easie analysis of the whole book of Psalms cast into such a method, that the summe of every Psalm may quickly be collected and remembred : with a devout meditation or prayer at the end of each psalm, framed for the most part out of the words of the psalm, and fitted for several occasions / by the Reverend Father in God, William ... Lord Bishop of Gloucester.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: David's harp strung and tuned, or, An easie analysis of the whole book of Psalms cast into such a method, that the summe of every Psalm may quickly be collected and remembred : with a devout meditation or prayer at the end of each psalm, framed for the most part out of the words of the psalm, and fitted for several occasions / by the Reverend Father in God, William ... Lord Bishop of Gloucester.
Nicholson, William, 1591-1672.

London: Printed for William Leake ..., 1662.
Notes:
Marginal notes.
First edition.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52303.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honorable, EDWARD EARLE of CLARENDON, Viscount Combury, Baron of Hyndon, Lord High Chancellor of ENGLAND, and Chancellor of the Uni∣versity of OXFORD, and one of His MA∣JESTIES most Honorable Privy Councel.
A PREFACE To the EXPOSITION of the Psalms.
DE AUTHORITATE.
DE AUTHORE.
DE DIVISIONE & ORDINE.
4. DE SENSU.
DAVIDS HARP strung and tuned.
PSAL. I. The 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉 in this Psalm, is, Who is the happy man? or what may make a man happy?
The Prayer out of the first Psalm.
PSAL. II. The prime Subject of this Psalm, is Christ, the Type, David.
The Prayer collected out of the second Psalm.
PSAL. III. The occasion of this Psalm, was Absalons rebellion.
The Prayer collected out of the third Psalm.
PSALM IV. The occasion, Trouble from enemies.
The Prayer collected out of the fourth Psalm.
PSAL. V. By occasion of his enemies. It consists of five parts.
The Prayer collected out of the fifth Psalm.
PSAL. IV. Which is the first of the Penitentials, and is fit for a Penitent afflicted under Gods hand.
The Prayer collected out of the sixth Psalm.
PSAL. VII. The occasion, A slaunder and accusation laid against him by Cush the son of Jemini, that he sought to kill Saul; from which he frees himself before God.
The Prayer collected out of the seventh Psalm.
PSAL. VIII. This Hymn is a Meditation of Gods excellent goodness and glory shining in his Creatures, especially in man.
The Meditation or Prayer collected out of the eighth Psalm.
PSAL. IX. This is a Psalm of thanksgiving for a victory over his Enemies.
The Prayer and Hymn out of the ninth Psalm for the Church in affliction, persecuted and oppressed by enemies.
PSAL. X. A Prayer to God to destroy the enemies of the Church, and the oppressours of his people.
The Prayer collected out of the tenth Psalm, for deliverance from tyrannous and oppressive enemies.
PSAL. XI. In this Psalm David manifests his confi∣dence in God in the midst of his extremities.
The Prayer collected out of the eleventh Psalm.
PSAL. XII. The Summe is, A prayer of David to God to save and help him, and keep him from the deceits and contagion of the wicked, of which the world is too full.
The Prayer collected out of the twelfth Psalm.
PSAL. XIII. This Psalm is a fit Prayer for a soul that is sensible of Gods Desertion.
The Prayer collected out of the thirteenth Psalm.
PSAL. XIV. Which is, Practical Atheists Character.
The Prayer out of the fourteenth Psalm.
PSAL. XV. Or, A Psalm of Doctrine, in which we have the Character of a sound Christian.
The Prayer out of the fifteenth Psalm, that we may lead a life worthy of a Christian.
PSAL. XVI. Mictham David; Davids precious Jewel, or Psalm of Gold, literally to be understood of David, but pri∣marily and principally of Christ, Acts 2. whom he calls Chasid, Gods Holy One, ver. 10. and foretels his Passion, Resurrection, As∣cension, ver. 9, 10, 11.
The Prayer out of the sixteenth Psalm.
PSAL. XVII. Davids Appeal to God in justification of himself; and his Petition for defence against his Enemies.
The Prayer collected out of the seventeenth Psalm.
PSAL. XVIII. Is Davids , or Song of Triumph after his Conquest of all his enemies, 2 Sam. 22.
An , or Thanksgiving for some great Victory, collected out of Psalm 18.
PSAL. XIX. This Psalm is Doctrinal, and teacheth us the way to know God. His Glory is the Subject.
The Prayer out of the nineteenth Psalm.
PSAL. XX. Is a Form of Prayer delivered by David to the People, to be used by them for the King, when he went out to Battle against his Enemies.
The Prayer collected from the twentieth Psalm.
PSAL. XXI. The Peoples, or Carmen Triumphale.
A Prayer for Kings, and all in Authority, collected out of the twenty first Psalm.
PSAL. XXII. De Messia, ejus Passione & Regno.
A Prayer collected out of the 22. Psalm, to be used by a discon∣solate soul in a spiritual Desertion.
PSAL. XXIII. The Scope is, to shew the Felicity of that man who hath God for his Protector, and is under his Care and Tuition.
The Prayer collected out of the twenty third Psalm.
PSAL. XXIV. Of Christs Dominion, and the Church: and his Ascension.
The Prayer out of Psalm 24. which was composed to be Sung on the Sabbath.
PSAL. XXV. This Psalm is a continued and earnest Prayer of a man pressed with enemies, danger, and sensible of Gods heavy displeasure for his sin.
The Prayer collected out of the twenty fifth Psalm.
PSAL. XXVI. Davids Appeal to God to vin∣dicate his Innocence.
The Prayer collected out of the twenty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. XXVII. To comfort one in Danger and Adversity against Despair.
The Prayer collected out of the twenty seventh Psalm.
PSAL. XXVIII. A Prayer for Help, and a Thanksgiving.
The Prayer collected out of the twenty eighth Psalm.
Another out of the same Psalm.
PSAL. XXIX. An Exhortation to praise God.
The Meditation collected out of the twenty ninth Psalm.
A Prayer out of the same Psalm.
PSAL. XXX. The occasion of this Psalm, was some grie∣vous sickness or danger from which David was delivered.
The Prayer collected out of the thirtieth Psalm.
PSAL. XXXI. For one in anxiety of spirit.
The Prayer collected out of the 31. Psalm.
PSAL. XXXII. Is Doctrinal; and sets forth the happi∣ness of one whose sins are remitted.
The Prayer collected out of the 32. Psalm.
PSAL. XXXIII. Is. The Contents are,
The Prayer collected out of the thirty third Psalm.
PSAL. XXXIV. .
The Prayer collected out of the thirty fourth Psalm.
PSAL. XXXV. Is.
The Prayer collected out of the thirty fifth Psalm.
PSAL. XXXVI. .
The Prayer collected out of the thirty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. XXXVII. .
The Prayer collected out of the thirty seven Psalm.
PSAL. XXXVIII. VVhich is the third of the Penitentials; in which he doth implore Gods mercy, being grievously afflicted.
The Prayer collected out of the thirty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. XXXIX.
The Prayer collected out of the thirty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. XL. VVhich is.
The Prayer collected out of the fortieth Psalm.
PSAL. XLI.
The Prayer collected out of the forty first Psalm.
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PSAL. XLII. .
PSAL. XLIII.
The Petition collected out of the forty second Psalm.
The Prayer out of the forty third Psalm.
PSAL. XLIV.
The Prayer collected out of the forty fourth Psalm.
PSAL. XLV. An Epithalamium, or spiritual Marriage-Song, composed for the solemn espousal of Christ and his Church.
The Prayer collected out of the forty fifth Psalm.
PSAL. XLVI. .
The Prayer out of the forty sixth Psalm. Or an Hymne.
PSAL. XLVII. & Triumphalis.
The Eucharistical Prayer collected out of the forty seventh Psalm.
PSAL. XLVIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the forty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. XLIX. .
The Prayer collected out of the forty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. L. .
The Prayer out of the fiftieth Psalm.
PSAL. LI. One, and a chief of the Penitentials.
The Prayer collected out of the fifty first Psalm.
PSAL. LII.
The Prayer collected out of the fifty second Psalm.
PSAL. LIII.
PSAL. LIV.
The Prayer collected out of the fifty fourth Psalm.
PSAL. LV. .
The Prayer collected out of the fifty fifth Psalm.
PSAL. LVI. .
The Prayer collected out of the fifty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. LVII. Ne Perdas,, aut Deprecatoriùs.
The Prayer collected out of the fifty seventh Psalm.
PSAL. LVIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the fifty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. LIX. .
The Prayer collected out of the fifty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. LX. vel Triumphale.
The Prayer collected out of the sixtieth Psalm.
PSAL. LXI. .
The Prayer collected out of the sixty first Psalm.
PSAL. LXII. .
The Prayer collected out of the sixty second Psalm.
PSAL. LXIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the sixty third Psalm.
PSAL. LXIV. .
The Prayer collected out of the sixty fourth Psalm.
PSAL. LXV. Is.
A Thanksgiving collected out of the sixth fifth Psalm.
PSAL. LXVI. .
The Thanksgiving and Prayer out of the sixty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. LXVII. .
The Prayer collected out of the sixty seventh Psalm.
PSAL. LXVIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the sixty eight Psalm.
PSAL. LXIX. .
The Prayer collected out of the sixty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. LXX. .
The Prayer out of the seventieth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXI. .
The Prayer collected out of the seventy first Psalm.
PSAL. LXXII. .
The Prayer collected out of the seventy second Psalm.
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PSAL. LXXIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the seventy third Psalm.
PSAL. LXXIV. .
The Prayer to be collected out of the seventy fourth Psalm, is needless, it being so powerful, methodical, and easie a Prayer of it self. I shall only then Paraphrase upon it.
PSAL. LXXV. .
An intercession out of the seventy fifth Psalm for the King, those that are in authority, and for the Church under affliction.
PSAL. LXXVI. vel Triumphalis.
A Psalm of Thanksgiving after some great Victory, collected out of the seventy sixth Hsalm.
PSAL. LXXVII. .
The Prayer collected out of the seventy seventh Psalm.
PSAL. LXXVIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the seventy eighth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXIX. .
The Prayer collected out of the seventy ninth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXX. .
The Prayer collected out of the eightieth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXI. .
The Prayer collected out of the eighty first Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXII. .
The Prayer collected out of the eighty second Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the eighty third Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXIV. .
The Prayer collected out of the eighty fourth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXV. .
The Prayer collected out of the eighty fifth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXVI. .
The Prayer collected out of the eighty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXVII. .
A Prayer collected out of the eighty seventh Psalm, for the Catholick Church.
PSAL. LXXXVIII.
The Prayer collected out of the eighty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. LXXXIX.
The Prayer collected out of the eighty ninth Psalm.
The fourth book of the Psalms follow.
PSAL. XC. .
The Prayer out of the ninety Psalm.
PSAL. XCI. .
The Prayer.
PSAL. XCII. A Psalm or Song for the Sabbath-day..
The Prayer.
PSAL. XCIII. A Doxology..
The Prayer collected out of the ninty third Psalm.
PSAL. CXIV. .
The Prayer collected out of the ninty fourth Psalm.
PSAL. XCV. A Psalm to be sung at all times, in all places, by all men..
A Meditation collected out of the ninety fifth Psalm.
PSAL. XCVI. .
The Prayer collected out of the ninty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. CXVII. .
The Prayer collected out of the ninty seventh Psalm.
PSAL. XCVIII. Propheticus, &.
A Thanksgiving and Meditation upon the Redemption of Man-kind, taken out of the ninty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. XCIX. .
The Prayer collected out of the ninty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. C. A Psalm of Praise..
The Prayer collected out of the one hundred Psalm.
book 4 [i.e. 5]
PSAL. CI. A Psalm of David. Didascalicus.
A Prayer for a King, or Chief Magistrate, collected out of the one hundred and first Psalm.
PSAL. CII. The Title of this Psalm, is, A Prayer of the afflicted when he is overwhelmed, and poureth out his complaint before God. It is by the Church chosen for one of the Penitentials.
The Prayer collected out of the one hundred and second Psalm.
PSAL. CIII. . A Psalm to David.
The Prayer collected out of the one hundred and third Psalm.
PSAL. CIV. .
The Prayer and Meditation out of the one hundred and fourth Psalm.
PSAL. CV. .
A Meditation upon the One hundred and fifth Psalm, and a Prayer.
PSAL. CVI. .
The Prayer out of the One hundred and sixth Psalm.
PSAL. CVII. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and seventh Psalm.
PSAL. CVIII. .
PSAL. CIX. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and ninth Psalm.
PSAL. CX. Propheticus de Regno Christi.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and tenth Psalm.
PSAL. CXI. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and eleventh Psalm.
PSAL. CXII. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and twelfth Psalm.
PSAL. CXIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and thirteenth Psalm.
PSAL. CXIV. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and fourteenth Psalm.
PSAL. CXV. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and fifteenth Psalm.
PSAL. CXVI. Didascalicus.
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and sixteenth Psalm.
PSAL. CXVII. A Hymn..
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and seventeenth Psalm.
PSAL. CXVIII. .
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and eighteenth Psalm.
PSAL. CXIX. Est mixti generis;.
PSAL. CXIX. ALEPH.
The Prayer.
2. BETH.
The Prayer.
3. GIMEL.
The Prayer.
4. DALETH.
The Prayer.
5. H E.
6. VAU.
The Prayer.
7. ZAIN.
The Prayer.
9. CHETH.
The Prayer.
9. TETH.
The Prayer.
10. JOD.
11. CAPH.
The Prayer.
12. LAMECH.
The Prayer.
13. MEM.
The Prayer.
14. NUN.
The Prayer.
15. SAMECH.
The Prayer.
16. AIN.
The Prayer.
17. PE.
The Prayer.
18. TSADDI.
The Prayer.
19. KOPH.
The Prayer.
20. RESH.
The Prayer.
21. SCHIN.
The Prayer.
22. TAU.
The Prayer.
Of the fifteen following Psalmes called Hammahaloth,, or Psalmes of Ascension or Degrees.
The first Psalm of Degrees, being the 120.
The Prayer out of the one hundred and twentieth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXI.
The Prayer.
The third Psalm of Degrees, CXXII.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and twenty second Psalm.
PSAL. CXXIII.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and twenty third Psalm.
PSAL. CXXIV.
The Prayer.
PSALM CXXV. .
The Prayer out of the one hundred five and twentieth Psalm.
The plainer summe of the CXXIV. Psalm, in which is described,
PSAL. CXXVI.
The Prayer collected out of the one hundred and twenty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXVII.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and twenty seventh Psalm.
PSAL. CXXVIII.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and twenty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXIX.
The Prayer out of the one hundred and twenty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXX. Being one of the Penitentials.
The Prayer out of the one hundred and thirtieth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXI.
The Prayer collected out of the one hundred and thirty first Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXII.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and thirty second Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXIII.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and thirty third Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXIV.
The Prayer collected out of the one hundred and thirty fourth Psalm.
book 4 [i.e. 5] (cont.)
PSAL. CXXXV.
The Hymn and Prayer collected from the One hundred and thirty fifth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXVI.
The Hymn collected out of the One hundred and thirty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXVII.
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and thirty seventh Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXVIII.
The Prayer out of the One hundred and thirty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. CXXXIX.
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and thirty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. CXL.
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and fortieth Psalm.
PSAL. CXLI.
A Prayer collected out of the One hundred and forty one Psalm.
PSAL. CXLII. The Title, a Maschil of David.
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and forty second Psalm.
PSAL. CXLIII. Being the last of the Penitentials.
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and forty third Psalm, being penitential.
PSALM CXLIV. An ode of David.
The Prayer collected out of the one hundred and forty fourth Psalm.
PSAL. CXLV. Hallelujah, or an Hymn.
A Hymn collected out of the One hundred and forty fifth Psalm.
PSAL. CXLVI. A Hymn, Hallelujah.
The Hymn and Prayer collected out of the One hundred and forty sixth Psalm.
PSAL. CXLVII. A Hymn.
The Hymn or Prayer Collected out of the One hundred forty and seventh Psalm.
PSAL. CXLVIII. A Hymn. Or Hallelujah.
The Prayer out of the one hundred and forty eighth Psalm.
PSAL. CXLIX. Hallelujah. A Hymn.
An Appendix to the four last Verses in this Psalm.
The Prayer collected out of the One hundred and forty ninth Psalm.
PSAL. CL. A Hymn.
A Thanksgiving occasioned by the last Psalm.
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