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- n. Obsolete form of musician.
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_Timotheus_, the most cunning musitian, who with his voice and measure vppon his Instrument would prouoke the great Macedonian _Alexander_, violently to take Armes, and presently altering his voyce and tune, to forget the same, and sit downe contentedly.
This official visit in this comming year it is a new thing, because I am going with musician, and may happen that in some homes we will sing psalms, too: -) .. we do not have the liturgy of this official family visit, and the annual meeting desided to go with musitian and may happen that some famlies would like to sing after prayer.