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Edward Farr, ed.  Select Poetry of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth.  1845.
 
A Version of the Lord’s Prayer
XI. Henry Lok
 
OUR Father which in heauen art,
  Lorde! hallowed be thy name:
Thy kingdome come, thy will be done,
  In heauen and earth the same.
 
Giue us this day our daily bread;        5
  Our trespasses forgiue,
As we for other men’s offence
  Doe freely pardon giue.
 
Into temptation leade us not,
  But ’liuer us from ill;        10
For thine all kingdome, glory, powre,
  Is now, and euer will.
 
 
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