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DEVOTIONAL. When odours, wheresoe'er I stray, From earth's great altar rise, ". Shall Gratitude neglect to pay Her nobler sacrifice ? What livelief fervors, at her call, Our rising zeal should fan; For Thou, who art the God-of all. Art Saylout but to man. On all thy sunbenignan t beams, For all: thy breezes blow; For all, thy cool abundant streams Lend freshness, where they How; Thy flowers, for all, perfume the sod, Thy fruits for all provide; To all Thou !iv*st---but Thou, O God, For man alone hast died !