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Spiritual songs: or, Songs of praise to Almighty God, upon several occasions. Together with the Song of songs, which is Solomon's : first turn'd, then paraphrased in English verse : with an addition of a sacred poem on Dives and Lazarus. To which is added, Penetential cries
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Attributed to Mason by the Dictionary of National Biography.
"Penitential cries" was begun by Mason, and carried on by Thomas Shepherd. Cf. Halkett & Laing, Dict. of anon. and pseudon. English lit., 1928.
Running titles: Songs of praise to Almighty God; Penitential cries; The Song of songs which is Solomon's.
"Penetential cries" has separate title page: The sixth edition corrected. London : Printed for Tho. Parkhurst ..., 1701.