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INTRODUCTION

methods and measures, in true worship they are and opportunities were few, these girls were substantially agreed. Godly men have often frequently left at home, and were accustomed occupied themselves in unbrotherly disputations, to meet each other on the Lord's day. Neither and have diverged greatly in their views of of them dared to disregard the parental interthings seen and unseen; but in prayer, in wor- dict, and pass over to their neighbor's grounds, ship, in true devotion and in sacred song, there but they would come and stand on each side has ever been a measure of that substantial of this dividing stone fence, and sing the hymnunity which our Saviour desired, when he book through, and then go home. So Sunday prayed that his disciples might all be one. For after Sunday those little girls sang their songs however imperfectly Christians may be taught of praise, separated by the stone wall, but united of men concerning truth and duty, they are in heart, and singing from one hymn-book, and “taught of God to love one another;" and the making melody unto the Lord. instincts of the redeemed and renewed soul are Time passed, and disease entered one of more potent and more constant in their influ- those dwellings, and one of those children was ence; than any human instructions. Widely as laid upon a sick bed. This changed the aspect Wesley and Toplady may have differed in the- of affairs, for these people, though not friends, ory and in thought, their faith had one founda- were not heathen, nor were they indifferent to tion, and the followers of Wesley sing

the distresses of suffering humanity. And so “Rock of Ages cleft for me,”

the neighbor's daughter found her way into the as heartily as the friends of Toplady who wrote sick room of her young companion, and ministhe hymn; while the friends of Toplady sing

tered to her needs, watching by her dying bed, “ Jesus lover of my soul,”

and wiping the death-dews from her brow, com

forting her amid the shadows of the dark valley, as devoutly as did its author, Charles Wesley, and finally assisting in robing her for the tomb. or any of his associates.

And in the grave of that dead daughter the old The people of God, inspired by the Spirit of enmity was buried and forgotten, and those their Master, yearn for the unity for which who had been friends at first became friends their Saviour prayed; and the sheep of the one again at last. flock, bleating on either side of the fences Oh, that the dear children of our common which divide them, look up to their exalted Lord, who have been separated by strifes which Head, and anticipate with joy the time when they did not originate, and causes which they " there shall be one fold” as there is now one cannot control, may, through the unity which is “Great Shepherd of the sheep." And when found sacred song, be brought closer to each the tide of holy song rises from the assembled other, until at last, around the broken body of saints of God, no ear can detect the differences Him who died for them, they may lose the memwhich sometimes arise between the members of ory of past estrangements, and prove themselves the one family, the followers of the one Lord. children of one family, followers of one leader, Hence we have ground to hope that nity in members of his body, of his flesh, and of his praise may lead to unity in prayer and in labor, bones; and so tune both their hearts and their in hope and in love, “ till we all come in the voices, that they may even in this life “ with unity of the faith, and the knowledge of the one mind and one mouth glorify God, even the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the meas- Father of our Lord Jesus Christ;" that when ure of the stature of the fullness of Christ."

the discords of this jarring earth shall end, they Among the gray hills of New Hampshire may with one accord unite to sing a new song, there stands a stone fence which, starting from saying, “Blessing and honor and glory and the highway and reaching up the mountain side, power be unto Him that sitteth upon the throne, marks the boundary between two adjacent farms, and unto the Lamb forever and ever.” the owners of which now rest together in the It is in this hope that this book, the fruit of dust. Years ago they were at variance, and many years of patient yet pleasant toil, is now sought to live as strangers. Perhaps with the committed to the care of the Lord and of his intention of avoiding future complications, the Church, with the prayer that these hymns and children of each family were warned by their tunes, some of which have already been instruparents not to go upon their neighbor's grounds. mental in leading souls to Christ in years gone But, busy as Satan is, he had not succeeded in by, may still be made messengers of blessing to fomenting strife between those children. Though lost and dying men, and a means of salvation to the necessities of their position required them many weary hearts, and so bring glory and to maintain the family order, and respect the honor to Him who hath bought us with his own parental feud, yet the children had no more blood. heart in it than true Christians have in perpetuating the buried strifes of their ancestors in Scriptural Tract Repository, former years; and as neighbors were remote, and companions few, the children yearned for the fellowship of their playmates and friends.

In each of these families was a little girl, and on Sunday, as places of worship were distant

H. L. HASTINGS.

Boston, Mar. 1, 1888.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

In compiling this book much care has been taken forms somewhat abridged and altered. Some were to avoid infringement of copyrights. Communica- thus inserted in the first edition, when their author. tion has been had with many proprietors of ship or original form was unknown, or when the copyrights, who have most cordially and kindly space available upon the page would not permit the granted us the use of their hymns. 'If these lines insertion of the entire hymn. In other cases lines should meet the eye of any whose addresses the have been selected from longer poems, which in compiler has failed to obtain, he trusts they will their completeness were entirely unsuitable for inacquit him of any intentional discourtesy. He has sertion in such a collection. In all cases, so far as endeavored to give proper credit to all known known, abridgments have been noted, and all authors whose hymns or tunes he has inserted, and known alterations have been indicated by printing he has now to render his most hearty thanks to the

the name of the author in italic type. The comfollowing persons for their permission to use the piler trusts that these facts will excuse any liberties following hymns:

that may thus have been taken with the texts. To Rev. W. Poole Balfern for No. 1200. To Rev. The difficulty of ascertaining the authorship and Sabine Baring-Gould for No. 944. To Rev. William the correct text of a thousand hymns can only be John Blew for No. 1081. To Rev. Horatius Bonar appreciated by those who have had experience in and James Nesbit & Co. for Nos. 214, 257, 349, 502,

such matters. And when a hymn has been pub555, 580, 586. 595, 645, 646, 647, 752, 805, 809, | lished before its authorship or its original form were 936, 1026, 1261, 1513. To Miss Jane' Borthwick ascertained, it is sometimes impracticable to make (H. L. L.) for Nos. 928, 1167, 1168, from "Hymns changes or corrections in the text without disarrangfrom the Land of Luther.”' and 'No. 1483 from ing the order of the book, and making great contu"Thoughtful Hours. To E. A. Bowring for No. sion in the use of different editions. 721. To Rev. Allen W. Chatfield for No. 1006. Το Though some compilers have seen fit to omit the Messrs. James Clark and Co. for No. 1412. To Miss names of authors of both hymns and tunes, through Frances E. Cox for Nos. 935, 1070, 1075. To Rev. indifference, lack of information, or the thought John Ellerton for Nos. 548, 577, 943, 1458. To that the names of authors should not accompany Thomas H. Gill for No. 342. To Rev. Newman Hall their productions, we have endeavored, so far as for No. 142. To J. S. Hayes for Nos. 18, 1004, 1357. possible, to insert such names; and so long as we To Messrs. Longman & Co. for Nos. 121, 155, 665, read at the beginning of a Hebrew Psalm, “A 710, 898, 928, from “Lyra Germanica." To Rev. prayer of Moses the man of God," "A Psalm of J. R. Macduff for No. 66. To Messrs. J. Masters & David,” or “A Psalm of Asaph," we may conclude Co. for No. 866 from “Mediæval Hymns and Se that in thus recording the names of authors we are quences." by Rev. J. M. Neale. To Rev. William not acting without reputable precedent. Tidd Matson for No. 74. To Albert Midlane for In ascertaining the names of authors and the Nos. 42, 542, 558, 582, 583. To Rev. H. A. Mills for dates of their productions, and in preparing and Nos. 116, 494, 567, 1516. To Messrs. Novello, Ewer correcting the index of authors and of composers, & Co. for No. 45 from “The Hymnal Noted.” To the compiler has not only consulted the various Messrs. Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier for Nos. collections of hymns, poetry and music which he has 853, 1394. To Charles Haddon Spurgeon for Nos. been able to gather, and the hymnological works of 533, 545, 1287. To Rev. Samuel John Stone for No. Miller, Saunders, Schaff, Kubler, Butterworth, Bird, 242. To Mts. Amelia Tritton, widow of Joseph Christophers, Creamer, Long, Stevenson, Nutter, Tritton, for No. 413. To Rev. Lawrence Tuttiet for Rogers, Belcher, Putnam, Hatfield, Duffield, Gadsby No. 179. To Rev. Henry Twells for No. 1528. and Riggs; but he is under special obligations for

Also to Rev. E. W. Bullinger, William E. Chute, original and accurate information, to Prof. F. M. Bird Charles C. Converse, L. 0. Emerson, W. G. Fischer, of South Bethlehem, Pa., Rev. C. S. Nutter of New John T. Grape, Rev. James Lawson, Leonard Mar- Hampshire, H. P. Main of New York, Rev. H. S. Burshall, H. R. Palmer, T. E. Perkins, Rev. George G. rage of Portland, Leonard Marshall’of Boston, WilPhipps, Henry Pollard, Elihu S. Rice, George F. liam E. Chute of Michigan, W. T. Brooke, George J. Root, A. A. Saunders, M. A. Tiffany, D. T. Taylor, Stevenson and Charles Gordelier of London, and Mrs. Emily C. Pearson, the representatives of S. c. others interested in hymnological and musical Hancock, and George E. Lee, for the tunes and studies. hymns which bear their names, and to all others None of these gentlemen, however, must be held who have in any way assisted in the preparation of responsible for any inaccuracies in the work, as this book, or whose compositions have been in- conflicting evidence and uncertain statements have cluded in this volume.

sometimes necessitated independent investigation, And finally to all poets, hymn-writers, composers, leading at times to new conclusions, as in the case of and chief musicians, of all nations, ages, lands and hymns 1291, 1515, and numerous others, the names tongues, including Moses, Miriam, David, Asaph, of whose authors have not heretofore appeared in and all other sweet singers of Israel, down to the any hymnal in connection with their hymns. Adpresent time, for the assistance derived from them ditional information regarding the authorship of in preparing this Hyınnal.

hymns or tunes will be gladly welcomed by the A few of the hyinns above mentioned appear in compiler.

TEXTUAL INDEX.

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GENESIS.
HYMN
II. SAMUEL.

HYMN
1. 3. Let there be light Thou whose almighty. 1179 23. 1. The last words of These are the words 644
3. 9. Where art thou? O wanderer, where art 1494
3. 19. Unto dust shalt We give this body to . 154

I. KINGS.
5. 22. Enochwalkedwith O for a closer walk 490 8. 45. Hear thou in heav When the weary seek. 752

What though a dark 1216 18. 21. How long halt ye? Halting, lingering 847

O could I find from . 651
7. 1. Come thou into the o cease my wandering 1400

II. KINGS.
Come to the ark. 509

4. 26. It is well.
22. 14. Jehovah-jireh Though troubles assail 1466

Clip from the brow one 693
24. 63. To meditate in the I iove to steal awhile.

Yes, it is well; though 1486
369

6. 17. Open his eyes. O for a prayer like his 695
27. 34. Bless me,.. also Lord, I hear of showers 851
28. 16. The Lord is in this Lo, God is here, let us. 226

I. CHRONICLES.
28. 17. The house of God Obow thine ear . 708

28. 9. The God of thy fa My son, know thou the 536
28 17. The gate of heav'n How sweet to leave the 30

541
32. 26. I will not let thee

29. 5. Who is willing to Lord, in the strength .
Come, O thou traveller 232
32. 29. He blessed him My prayer hath power. 234

EZRA.
45. 4. I am Joseph your O thou whom we have. 1098

9. 5. The evening sacri Praise the Lord, O ye . 1330
EXODUS.

NEHEMIAH.
12. 13. When I see the blo Here at thy cross, my 713
14. 15. Go forward Ye soldiers of the risen 1243

5. 9. The fear of our Watched by the world's 182
15. 2. My father's God O God, to whom our 397

9. 5. Stand up, and bless Stand up, and bless the 527
20. 24. In all places where To leave my dear. 1508

ESTHER.
20. 24. I will come unto Great God of truth and 57
22. 29. The first of thy The God of harvest pra 1187

4. 16. In unto the king Come, humble sinner 415
25. 22. I will meet with From every stormy 63

JOB.

.
LEVITICUS.

1. 21. Blessed be the nam Jesus, while our hearts 837
1. 4. Upon the head of Not all the blood of . 569 3. 17. The weary be at As children fold their . 1029

A sinner, Lord, behold 703 7. 6. Swifter than a wea My days, my weeks 998
8. 35. Keep the charge of A charge to keep I : 1401 14. 14. Shall he live? if'in dust I'm doomed 925
25. 9. The trumpet of the What heavenly music. 653 19. 25. My Redeemer live I call the world's Rede 223

Blow ye the trumpet
. 1000

Jesus, my Redeemer 1392
Hark the song of jubilee 1100 19.26. In my flesh shall I My lite's a shade

. 1002
Jubilee, jubilee 1417 22. 21. Acquaint thyself Acquaint thee, o 1524

23. 3. O that I knew o that I knew the secr 966
NUMBERS.

35. 10. Songs in the night Throughout the hours 293
6. 24. The Lord bless thee Dismiss us with thy 12 38. 7. The morning stars When over Bethl'm's 433
Lord dismiss us with 829

Stars of the morning . 1381
Lord dismiss us. . . Bid. 1258

PSALMS.
Saviour, again to thy 1458
Now Lord, on every

204 3. 5. The Lord sustain Lord, for the mercies 324
10. 29. We are journeying Children of the heaven. 1111 4. 8. I will lay me down Thus far the Lord has. 46
10. 29. Come thou with We are going to see the 1244

Gently, my Saviour let 160
I'm on my way to Cana 783

We lay our garments 10-6
13. 30. Able to overcome Forward, Christian. 931 5. 3. In the morning My opening eyes with 14
24. 17. There shall come O como thou radiant 224

Lord, in the morning, 313

As the sun doth daily 1104
DEUTERONOMY.

Now when the dusky 1479
1. 25. It is a good land See above time's

1303 9. 1. I will praise thee To celebrate thy praise 664
6. 7. When thou sittest When quiet in my 231

12. 7. Thou shalt keep 'Mid deatli's dark and, 841
9. 1. To pass over Jor My days aro gliding 1188

16. 11. In thy presence is 0, happy land, 0 happy 345
10.21. He is thy praiso The God of Abraham 1264

17. 8. The shadow of thy Under thy wings, my 1217
20. 3. Let not your heart Faint not Christian .

17.15. I shall be satisfied If I in thy likeness ( 1435
28. 8. Command the ble Command thy blessing 285

18. 1. I will love thee O God, my strength 427
28. 8. Bless thee in thel God bless our native 1177

18. 2. The Lord is my Ro O God, our everlasting 1143

203
33. 25. As thy days so sha Let me but hear my

19. 1. The heavens decl The heavens declare 56

19. 2. Day unto day utter Once more, my soul 347
JOSHUA

Behold! the morning

623
1. 2. Over this Jordan On Jordan's stormy.

634

19. 10. More to be desired I love the volume of 902
On the high cliffs of . 1507

20. 9. Save, Lord, let the Lord of mercy and of . 1372
When we pass through. 1074
21. 3. A crown of pure All hail the power of

364
3. 17. In the midst of Jor Firm in Jordan's rolling 836

Let every kindred 649
24. 15. Choose you this O do not let the word . 59

23. 1. Is my Shepherd Saviour, like a shepher 826

My Creator is my shep 1286
JUDGES.

Shepherd of the

1361
8. 4. Faint, yet pursu Though faint, yet pursu 1497

The Lord is my shephe 1521

23. 1. I shall not want The King of love my . 1347
RUTH..

23. 2. He leadeth me Now may the Lord, our 139

He leads his own

236
1. 16. Thy people shall People of the living · 1060 23. 2. In green pastures Thou Shepherd of Isra 1041

To thy pastures fair 1103
I. SAMUEL.

23. 4. The valley of the Before us lies a valley . 499
1. 28. Lent to the Lord Captain of our salvat 239

Cheerful we walk

701
3. 9. Speak, Lord, for Before thy mercy-seat 336 23. 4. I will fear no evil Shrinking from the
7. 12. Hitherto hath the Come thou fount of .. 850 | 23. 4. Thou art with me That solemn hour will. 378
20. 42. Between me and When shall we all meet 1396

Death cannot make our 393

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TEXTUAL INDEX.

370

993

• 1373

596

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• 660

HYMN

HYMN 23. 4. Thou art with me Why should we shrink 699 61. 2. The Rock that is O Saviour of sinners 1517 24. 3. Who shall ascend The earth and all her . 187 62. 5. Wait thou only up Wait on the Lord, ye . 1527 24. 7. 'The King of glory Lift up your heads.

63. 1. Early will I seek Early, my God without 443 24. 8. Who is this King? There is a King of glory 945

Sweetly the holy hymn 545 Glory, glory to our 1127 63. 1. My soul thirsteth who is like the might 1404 27. 1. The Lord is my The Lord of glory is my 636 65. 1. Praise waiteth for Praise waits in Zion 249 27. 1. My light and my God is my strong salva 1170 65. 11. Thou crownest the 'Tis by thy strength 434 27. 4. One thing have I One thing have I desire 918 67. 1. Be merciful unto Lord most high and 27. 5. In His pavilion O God, amid earth's 905 65. 5. Afar off upon the Rocked in the cradle 1148 27. 13. I had fainted unless Fainting soul, lift up

O Father who rulest. 1518 27. 14. He shall strength Now, Saviour streng'n 485 66. 1. A joyful noise unto O all ye lands, exalt 965 28. 1. O Lord, my rock Lo, the Lord Jehovah. 1288

O all ye lands, rejoice . 472 29. 1. Give unto the Lor Give to the Lord, ye

258

Be joyful in God, all

. 1434 The Lord our God is 429 66. 3. Terrible in thy Let all the lands with, 339 30. 5. Joy cometh in the Soon our conflicts will 746 67. 1. Be merciful unto God of mercy, God of. 1128 We shall go home in 747

O Gud! to nis show,

. 1169 Dark is the night and 748 67. 3. Let all the people Vow let our voices 31. 3. Lead me and guide Just as God leads me 958

Ye tribes of Adam . 1010 Gently Lord, O gently. 1313 67. 6. God shall bless 11 Tolless thy chosen 588 31. 5. I commit my spirit when my last hour is .

721

68. 5. Father of the fath What though with . 1150 31. 15. My times are in I take my pilgrim staff. 681 68. 9. A plentiful rain Lord, send on us a plen 188 32. 1. Whose sin is cover O blessed souls are they 540 68. 18. Ascended on high Lord, when thout didst 78 33. 1. Praise is comely To thee O God, in

340 68. 20. God of salvation O thou God ot' my saly 827 34. 1. I will bless the Lor Through all the chang 1346 71. 5. Thou art my hope Eternal source of joys. 396 34. 2. ller boast in the My soul in God shall 610 71. 9. In the time of old My God, my everlastin 675 34. 3. ( magnity the Lor Our Saviour and King. 1414 71. 16. The strength of I will go in the strength 1051 34. 7. The angel of the I'll bless the Lord 322 71. 22. Unto thee will I My heart shall bless 881 35. 9. My soul shall be Be joyful in God, for 1444 71.23. My lips shall great My Saviour, my Almigh 513 36. 5. Thy mercy, O Lor High in the heavens 772 72. 11. All nations shall Jesus shall reign where 102 36. 7. Thiy loving kini Awake, my soul, in 307 72. 12. He shall deliver O worn with griefs 197 36. 8. Tlie river of thy Sweet rivers of redeem 403 72. 15. Daily shall he be Come, ye that love the 495 37. 1. Fret not thyself Bestill, my heart, what 303 72. 17. His name shall en Tliy name, Almighty 566 37. 7. Rest in the Lord Be tranquil, O my soul 625 73. 24. Thou shalt guide God of the morning. 17 Rest in the Lord, and . 1200

Guide me 0 thou great 825 37. 28. And forsaketh not Now I have found a

. 1178

Lord, through the dubi 522 39 4. To know mine end Teach mo the measure 337

God leads me and I go! 1222 39. 5. An handbreadth My span oflifo will soon 784 73. 25. Whom have I in God, my supporter and 521 39. 13. O spare me, that I lt is the Lord, our Savi 219

My God, my life, my 528 40. 2. An horrible pit I waited for the Lord . 1341

Whom have I, Lord 109 Strong to redeem is the 1448 74. 16. The day is thine God of the glorious day 579 40. 3. A new song in my My life flows on in . 1352 77. 6. My song in the ni How can I sleep while 459 42. 1. Sopanteth my soul As pants the hart for . 423

77. 19. Thy way is in the God moves in a myste. 643 42. 2. My soul thirsteth I thirst, thou wounded 85 77. 20. People like a flock Lord, thou hast thro

O my offended Lord 606 78. 6. The generation to Let children hear the 371 42. 5. Why art thou cast What, my soul should. 919 81. 1. Sing aloud unto Come, thou Almighty. 1173

Why that look of sad 941 84. 1. Thy tabernacles llow pleasant, how. 55 42. 7. Thy billows are Deep in our hearts let 1158 84. 9. Look upon the face Before thy face with 43. 3. Send out thy light Hail, sacred truth 334 84. 11. A sun and shield Great God attend

96 0, send thy light and 715

Sun of our souls, 'mia : 735 43. 5. I shall yet praise A Miction is a stormy

359

Sum of my soul, thoil 1526 45. 1. Inditing a good My heart is full of 241 84. 11. Grace and glory Our God, how firm his. 466 45. 1. Things touching Jesus, thou everlasting 296 86. 11. Teach me thy way Thou great Instructor. 13 46. 1. Our refuge and God is the refuge of.

49

86. 16. Give thy strength Give thy strength unto 799 God is my refuge, not 2722 87. 7. My springs are in My God, in whoun are. 97 God is our refuge and . 289

. 1141

My God. the spring of. 414 God is our refuge in. 913 88. 9. I have stretched Father, I stretch my 387

God is our refuge ever. 1353 89. 9. The raging of the The Lord, the God of 467 46. 1. Present help in tro In all my troubles 639 88. 10. Shall the dead aris Shall man, O God of 221 46. 4. Tliere is a river There is a calm and . . 1034 89. 47. Hast thou made Think, mighty God, on 90+ 46. 10. Be still, and kwow Keep silence, all crea 3.98 90. 1. Qurdwelling-place Our God, our lielp in 311 47. 1. Shout unto God Arise, je people, and 436 90, 9. Our years as a tale Come, let us anew . 1413

O for a shout of sacred. 446 90. 13. O Lord, how long ? Return, O God of love. 479 47. 5. God is gone up wit God is gone up on high 1021 91. 1. The shadow of the How do thy mercies 47. 7. Sing ye praises wit Sing to the Lord, ye 205

My blessed Jesus, thou 672 48. 1. Greaily to be prais Great is the Lord, our. 301

He who his du elling 712
O God, we praise thee.

Saviour breathe an.
Great is the Lord, ye

91. 2. My refuge and my Be strong, my soul, in 447 48. 13. Mark ye well her 0, where are kings 431

Jesus, lover of my soul 721 50. 3. Our God shall com Lord, when thon comest 248 92. 1. It is a good thing Sweet is the work, my 92

The Lord, the Judge 961 92. 2. In the morning Now with creation's 116 51. 1. Have mercy upon Show pity, Lord; 0 89

We lift our hearts to 575 Have mercy on me, () 130 93. 1. The Lord reigneth The Lord Jehovah reig 1020 51. 2. Wash me thorough Wash me, () Lamb of . 1219 93. 1. Clothed with maje With glory clad, with. 304 51. 10. Create in mne a O for a heart to praise, 358 95. 1. O come let us sing ( all ye nations, praise 316 51. 11. Thy Holy Spirit Stay, thou insulted Spir 73

Come, we that love 587 51. 12. The joy of thy sal Trembling before thine 1149

O come, let us sing to . 1052 52. 8. In the mercy of Who trusts in God, a 1351 95. 6. Let us worship O come, loud anthems 99 55. 6. () that I had wings My soul, amid this stor 451 96. 1. Sing unto the Lor Our fathers' God, to 8 55. 17. Evening and inorn Come to me Lord when 115

Let all the earth with . 1239 57. 7. My heart is fixed My heart is fixed, O 228

Prepare a new song 1462 My heart is fixed etern 1237 96. 9. Declare his glory Let all the earth their . 907 57. 7. I will sing and Sing of Jesus, sing for 740 96. 13. He cometh to jud We soon shall hear . 890 57. 8. Anake psaltery Your harps, ye trembl 584 97. 1. The Lord reigneth He reigns, the Lord :02

Harp, awake, awake 854 97. 1. Let the earth rejoi ( all ye nations, praise 3:4
Let us awake our joys 1176

O all ye nations

1058 57. 8. I myself will awak Awake, my soul, and 1529 98. 1. Sing unto the Lor Sing to the Lord, the 61. 1. Hear my cry, O Thou Prince of glory . 880 | 98. 4. A joyful noise O all ye lands rejoice.. 766

323 857

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TEXTUAL INDEX.

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351

HYMN

HYMN
98. 5. The voice of a Raise the psalm, let 822 139. 11. The night shall be Now the day is over 944
98. 9. To judge the earth Lo, he on whom all 101

139. 17. How precious are Lord, when I count . 385
100. 1. A joyful noise O all ye lands, in God . 10 139. 23. Search me, O God Try us, O God, and 374
100. 2. Serve the Lord Ye nations round the 3 141. 2. The evening sacri Saviour King, in . 849
100. 3. The Lord, he is Sing to the Lord with . 24

The day is past and . 1081
100. 3. We are his people All people that on earth 5 143. 6. Thirsteth after My soul, till God his 192
100. 4. Enter into his With one consent let 7 144. 9. I will sing a new Raise your triumphant 532

Open wide the gates of. 1076 145. 1. I will extol thee Hark! a mighty, swell 724
102. 26. All shall wax old Like a garment waxing 1064 145. 2. I will praise forev Angel choirs in glory 738

The world has grown 1522 145. 5. I will speak of thy I love to tell the story, 1275
102. 27. Thy years have God of the swiftly roll 1142 146. 2. While I live will I I'll praise my Maker 900
103. 1. Bless the Lord, O My soul, with humble 100 146. 10. The Lord shall rei Wake the song of jubi 1101
Bless, O my soul, the 185

147. 1. It is good to sing O praise the Lord, 'tis. 127
Praise, my soul, the 815 147. 7. Sing unto the Lor With songs and honors

410)
Bless, my soul, the .

1292 147, 18. He sendeth out Saviour, bless thy
103. 13. As a father pitieth My soul, repeat his .

534

148. 1. Praise ye the Lor Loud hallelujahs to. 184
103. 19. His kingdom rule Kingdoms and thrones 28

l'raise the Lord, ye .

821
Ye servants of God. . 1459

Begin ye saints

870
104. l. Clothed with hon O worship the King all 1460

Angels high in glory

989
104. 34. My meditation of Sweet meditation on 170 148. 2. All his angels Lift your voices, angels 973
106. 1. O give thanks un O render thanks to 19

149. 2. The children of O praise ye the Lord 1461
107. 1. Give thanks unto Give thanks to God. 117

149. 6. The high praises Proclaim the lofty
107. 8. O that men would Ye sons of men, with . 759 150. 1. In the firmament Ye boundless realms

. 1017
107. 23. To the sea in ships Dear Saviour, teach 622 150. 6. Every thing that From all that dwell. 69
107.30. Their desired hav Safe home, safe hoine . 1004

Praise ye the Lord our 574
107. 31. Praise the Lord Our Father, God, to 613
108. 1. I will sing and giv Awake my soul, awake 260

PROVERBS.
111. 1. In the assembly Praise the Lord with 1287
113. 1. Praise the name O praise ye the Lord

3. 6. In all thy ways ac In all our ways, O God 562
113. 2. Blessed be the Ye that delight to serre 903

3. 13. Happy is the man Happy the man that 706
115. 1. Not unto us, ( Not unto us, but to thy 1478

3. 11. Ways of pleasant o happy is the man. 329
116. 6. He helped me I love the Lord, he

8. 4. Unto you, O men I Hear, 0 sinner, Merey. 817
116. 7. Return unto thy O restless as the trouble 104

18. 24. Closer than a bro One there is above all . 1321
Cease, my soul, thy . 9:36

20. 1. Wine is a mocker Who hath sorrow? who 950
My soul, thou hast fied 1411

20. l. Strong drink is ra Bondage and death the 81
116. 8. Thou hast deliver My soul, through my

23. 17. The fear of the Lo Now that the daylight. 45
116. 9. The land of the There is a land of lite 1197

23. 26. Give me thine hea Give to the Lord thine 539
116. 12. What shall I ren For mercies countless . 327

23. 31. Look not upon the Look not upon the ruby 764
What shall I render 10 377

Look not on the wine-c 1137
116. 16. I am thy servant O not to fill the mouth 342

Look not on the wine. 1290
117. 1. Prit.se him all All ye nations praise 729

Look not on the ine. 1512
Praise ye the Lord, all. 1390
118. 24. The day which This is the day of light 577

ECCLESIASTES.
Awake, yesaints awake 1014 9. 10. Do it with thy mi Life is the time to serve 70
With joy we hail the 662

11. 1. Cast thy bread up Cast thy bread upon 1289
Again the day returns. 1456 Il 6. In the morning so Sow in the morn thy 537
119. 33. Teach me, O Lor o that the Lord would 34+

11. 9. Thee into judgme And will the Judge 573
119. 50. My comfort in Consider all my sorrows 669 12. 1. Remember now th Now in the heat of you 171
119. 57. Thou art my por I envy not the rich and 1:36 12. l. While the evil da Ye youth whose hearts 1262
119. 75. In faithfulness How iender is thy hand 538
119. 97. How love I thy O how I love thy holy. 670

CANTICLES.
Blessed Bible, how I' . 1308
119 105. A lamp to my feet How precious is the 373 1. 3. As ointment pour How sweet the name 384
My book, my book, my 667

How tedious and taste. 1036
119. 11), An heritage for Lord, I have made thy 677

1. 7. My soul loveth Thou whom my soul. 273
119. 114. Jy hiding-place Jesus the sinner's ref® 1285

2. 16. My beloved is min When strangers stand. 270
119. 130. Thy words givet Father of mercies, in 350

5. 10. The chiefest amon Majestic sweetness sits 355
121. 2. My help cometh To the hills I lift minc. 987

0 Thou in whose pres . 1439
121. 5. Is thy keeper Upward I lift mine 1001
121. 8. Thy going out Thou, Lord, hast blest. 376

ISALAH.
122. 1. The house of the Come to the house of 546 2. 10. Enter into the roc Sinners, the call oney 1399
122. 2. Within thy gates Our willing feet shall · 589 5. 4. What could have What could your Re

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125. 1. As Mount Zion Who in the Lord con 1267

6. 3. Holy is the Lord Round the Lord in glo. 815
125. 2. As the mountain Firm and unmoved are 531

Thou God of power.

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126. 6. He that goeth While to several paths. 812 6. 5. Woc is me! for I Jesus, whose glory's 64
126. 6. Bearing precious Great husbandman; at 22 9. 2. A great light The people that in dark 222
126. 6. Bringing his shea We are sowing in our . 1323

Light of those whose 8:39
He who goes forth in

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9. 6. Unto us a child is On those who have in. 67%
127. 1. Except the Lord Except the Lord con 995

The race that long in 1405
130. 6. Watch for the There's a light that is . 750 9. 6. The Prince of pea Let saints on earth their 463

Weary with watching . 1482 12. 3. The wells of salvat Behold a crystal fount 1027
131. 2. As a weaned child Quiet, Lord, my fro. 1395 21. 11. What of the night? Watchman tell me : SOS
132. 15. Satisfy her poor Confirm the hope thy

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Watchman tell us of 1105
133. 1. How good, and Blest are the sons of 621 21. 11. The morning com Bright shall be the 1249

How blest the sacied 768 25. 8. He will swallow On Zion's mount the 635

Behold how good a thi 1023 26 1. Salvation for wall Arise, my soul,my: 414
134. 1. Bless ye the Lord Praise to God on high . 1067 26. 4. Trust ye in the Lo Trust ye in the Lord
135. 14. The Lord will jud ( Thou, whose mercy . 1033 26. 19. Awake and sing ye Awake and sing! 510
136. 1. His mercy endure There's a wideness ill . 1332

Awake, and sing in

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O praise the Lord with. 1193

Awake, awake, ye. 1189
Boundless mercy from. 923 27. 13. The great trumpet Ye trembling captives. 560
136. 1. O give thanks un Let us with a gladsomne 1102

Blow ye the truunpet. 663
Praise ye the Lord, let 1152 28 16. A siire foundation God hath laid a sure 1316
137. 1. By the rivers of Ye whose harps untun. 1099 30. 26. The light of the su As on the sea of liti. 253
137. 2. We hanged our Why, on the bending . 1144

32. 2. A covert from the Redeemer, whithier. 281
137. 5. If I forget thee, O Far from my heavenly 1088

My weary soul a rest. 505
139. 3. Thou compassést Lord, in the day thou . 470

Son of God, earth's .

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