A copy of this pair of chants was kindly provided from the Gonville & Caius College Music Library. While the Cambridge University Library doesn't record a date for these chants, the Classified Handlist gives 1976.
We have arranged them for SATB, up a minor third from the original (for ATBrB).
Because the pointing is unusual we have reproduced it below. Here's a small sample from original, in PAT's hand, showing the transition into the major key:
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1 O Lord, rebúke me not in thine / indig- / nation :
neither / chasten me · in thy dis- / pleasure.
2 Have mercy upon me, O Lord, for I am weak. O / Lord_ / heal me,
For my bones are vex'd;
3 My / soul also · is / sore_ / troubled.
But Lord how long wilt thou punish me?
4 Turn thee O Lord and de- / liver · my / soul :
O / save me / for thy / mercy's sake.
5 For in death / no man · re- / membereth thee :
and whó will / give thee / thanks · in the / pit?
6 I am / weary · of my / groaning :
Every night wash I my bed and / water · my / couch · with my / tears.
7 My beauty is / gone · for very / trouble :
And worn away be- / cause of / all mine / enemies.
8 A- / way from me, all ye that work vanity, for the Lord hath heard
the voice of · my / weeping :
9 The Lord hath heard my petition, the / Lord · will re- / ceive my / prayer.
10 All mine enemies shall be confounded and / sore_ / vext :
They shall be / túrn'd báck / and put to · sháme / suddenly.
Glory / be · to the / Father,
And to the Son, / and · to the / Holy / Ghost :
As it / was in · the be- / ginning,
Is now, and ever shall be, / world with · out / end. A- / men.