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Seventy-three psalms are inscribed with David’s name, twelve with that of Asaph the singer; eleven go under the name of the Sons of Korah, a family of singers; one (i.e. Ps. xc.) is attributed to Moses. The whole compilation is divided into five books: bk. 1, from i. to xli.; bk. 2, from xlii. to lxxii.; bk. 3, from lxxiii. to lxxxix.; bk. 4, from xc. to cvi.; bk. 5, from cvii. to cl.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Prout
Province
Provincial
Prudent Tree (The)
Prudhomme
Prunello
Prussia
Prussian Blue
Prussic Acid
Psalm cv. 28
Psalms
Psalmist
Psalter of Tara (The)
Psaphon’s Birds (Psaphonis aves)
Psycarpax [granary thief]
Psyche [Syke]
Psychography
Ptolemaic System
Public
Public-house Signs
Publicans of the New Testament