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Among the many hagada versions in use at the seder I attended this year, some of them included Shir Hama'alos before birkas hamazon in the "Barech" section and others did not. Is there any reason to deviate from the usual practice of saying it on holidays on the night of the seder?

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I'll do you one better: one of my Haggadot (a reprint of a 1784 Haggadah) started Barech at "Nevarech SheAchalnu MiSheLo". – Double AA Mar 28 '13 at 15:33

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