The Standard Prayer Book, tr. by Simeon Singer, , at sacred-texts.com
He who says Grace commences thus:—
Banish, O Lord, both grief and wrath, and then the dumb shall exult in song. Guide us in the paths of righteousness. Regard the blessing of the children of Jeshurun.
With the sanction of those present we will bless our God, in whose abode is joy, and of whose bounty we have partaken.
The others respond:—
Blessed be our God in whose abode is joy, and of whose bounty we have partaken, and through whose goodness we live.
He who says Grace repeats the last sentence, and continues the Form of Service, pp. 425–431. At the conclusion of the Grace the Seven Benedictions, p. 444, are said.