It is easy to find the 'Thou God' pair for the plate 1 'Prepare', because instead of the verse at the top reading 'In thee O Lord...', it begins 'In the O Lord...' (see detail below).
But as always, it's trickier than expected. The Moore & Co transfer (plate 4) is easy enough to distinguish because the small circles to the left of the flowers (see third detail) are joined to the sprig with stalks. Also, as before, the leaf under the 't' of 'thee' (see first details) is shaded on the left side on the Moore & Co plaque. So we have our plate 4.
However, try as I might – I've given myself eyestrain comparing enlarged images on my computer screen – I can find no differences between the two circular plaques. Note the correspondence of the lines shading the letter 'u' in the last detail. I am as certain as I can be that they come from the same transfer plate. Given that the plate was in use at Newbottle 'High' Pottery before it came to Scott, it must correspond to plate 3. So where is plate 2's counterpart?
- the circles to the left of the flower to be connected to the sprig by a stalk
- the leaf under the letter 't' in 'thee' to be shaded on the right side
There are 75 photographs of 'Prepare' plaques on the Prepare to meet thy god page. Whereas there are only 41 photographs of 'Thou God' plaques on the Thou god seest me page. Though by no means a scientific measure, it seems clear that considerably fewer 'Thou Gods' were ever made. If the verse was less popular that might explain why fewer transfer plates were made.
As ever, please take a close look at your 'Thou Gods'. Perhaps you have one from the missing plate 2.