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<span class="rubric">Ordinary Doxology:</span><br />All laud to God the Father be;<br />All praise, eternal Son, to thee;<br />All glory, as is ever meet,<br />To God the Holy Paraclete. Amen.
 
<span class="rubric">Ordinary Doxology:</span><br />All laud to God the Father be;<br />All praise, eternal Son, to thee;<br />All glory, as is ever meet,<br />To God the Holy Paraclete. Amen.
  
<small><span class="rubric">NOTE, That when (as above) a Hymn has an Ending entitled Ordinary Ending or Doxology, then for such an Ending there is substituted the Proper Doxology, (i.e., one of the nine Endings given in the Table of Proper Doxologies in Common Forms,) whenever the Proper or the Common or the aforesaid</span></small>
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<span class="rubric">NOTE, That when (as above) a Hymn has an Ending entitled Ordinary Ending or Doxology, then for such an Ending there is substituted the Proper Doxology, (i.e., one of the nine Endings given in the Table of Proper Doxologies in Common Forms,) whenever the Proper or the Common or the aforesaid</span></small>
  
 
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