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HYMN XLVII. Praise to the Redeemer. 0 our Redeemer's glorious name Awake the sacred song ! O may his love (immortal flame :) Tune every heart and tongue. 2 His love, what mortal thought can reach? What mortal tongue display 2 Imagination’s utmost stretch In wonder dies away. 3 He left his radiant throme on high, Left the bright realms of bliss, And came to earth to bleed and die! Was ever love like this? 4 Dear Lord, while we adoring pay Our humble thanks to thee; 1May every heart with rapture say, * The Saviour died for me.’ 5 O may the sweet, the blissful theme Fill every heart and tongue; Till strangers love thy charming name, And join the sacred song.

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hymin LI. Thine Eyes shall see the King in his , Beauty. Isaiah, xxxiii. 17. HOULD nature's charms to please the eye, In sweet assemblage join, All mature's charms would droop and die, Jesus, compared with thine. 2 Vain were her fairest beams display'd, And vain her blooming store; Her brightness languishes to shade, Her beauty is no more. 3 But ah, how far from mortal sight The Lord of glory dwells! A veil of interposing might His radiant face conceals. 3 O could my longing spirit rise On strong immortal wing, And reach thy palace in the skies, My Saviour and my King! 5 There thousands worship at thy feet, And there (divine employ!) The triumphs of thy love repeat, In songs of endless joy. . 5 Thy presence beams eternal day O'er all the blissful place; Who would not drop this load of clay, And die to see thy face :

HYMN LII. The Excellency and Sufficiency of the | Scriptures. ATHER of mercies! in thy word What endless glory shines: For ever be thy mame adored | For these celestial lines. 2 Here may the wretched sons of want | Exhaustless riches find ; Riches above what earth can grant, | And lasting as the mind. 3 Here the fair tree of knowledge grows, | And yields a free repast, Sublimer sweets than nature knows Invite the longing taste. ! Here the Redeemer's welcome voice Spreads heavenly peace around; And life, and everlasting joys Attend the blissful sound. 5 O may these heavenly pages be My ever dear delight; And still new beauties may I see, - And still increasing light. 3 Divine Instructor, gracious Lord, Be thou for ever near;. Teach me to love thy sacred word, And view my Saviour there. HYMN LIII. The Seasons crowned with Goodness. . Psalm lxv. 11. Eğ. source of every joy! Well may thy praise our lips employ, While in thy temple we appear, I'e hail thee, sov’reign of the year.

2 Wide as the wheels of nature roll,
Thy hand, supports and guides the
whole:
The sun is taught by thee to rise,
And darkness when to veil the skies.
3 The flowery spring, at thy command,
Perfumes the air, and paints the land;
The summer rays with vigour shine
To raise the corn and cheer the vime.
4 Thy hand in autumn richly pours
Through all our coast redundant stores;
And winters, soften’d by thy care,
No more the face of horror wear.
5 Seasons, and months, and weeks, and
davs
Demand successive songs of praise;
And be the grateful homage paid,
With morning light and evening shade.
6 Here in thy house let incense rise,
And circling sabbaths bless our eyes,
Till to those lofty heights we soar,
Where days and years revolve no more.

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A Funeral Thought. HAR#. from the tombs, a mournful sound, My ears, attend the cry: ‘Ye living men, come view the ground “Where you must shortly lie. 2 * Princes, this clay must be your bed, * In spite of all your towers: “The tall, the wise, the reverend head “Must lie as low as ours.” 3 Great God! is this our certain doom? And are we still secure? Still walking downward to the tomb; And yet o no more? 4 Grant us the power of quickening grace, To fit our souls to fly; Then when we drop this dying flesh, We'll rise above the sky.

HYMN LV.
A Charity Hymn.
ORD of life, all praise excelling,
Thou, in glory unconfined,
Deign'st to make thy humble dwelling
With the poor of humble mind.
2 As thy love, through all creation,
Beams like thy diffusive light;
So the scorn’d and humble station
Shrinks before thine equal sight.
3 Thus thy care, for all providing,
Warm'd thy faithful prophet's tongue;
Who, the lot of all deciding,
To thy chosen Israel sung:
4. When thine harvest yields thee plea-
sure,
Thou the golden sheaf shalt bind;
To the poor belongs the treasure
Qf the scatter'd ears behind.

Chorus. These thy God ordains to bless The widow and the fatherless. & When thine olive plants increasing, Pour their plenty oerthy plain, Grateful thou shalt take the blessing, But not search the bow again. Chorus. These, &c. 6 When thy favonrod vintage flowing, Gladdens thy autumiual scene, Own the bounteous haird bestowing, But thy vines the poor shall glean. Chorus. These, &c. 7 Still we read thy word declaring Mercy, Lord, thine own decree; Mercy, every sorrow sharing, Warms the heart resembling thee. 8 Still the orphan and the stranger, Still the widow owns thy care, Screen’d by thee in every danger, Heard by thee in every prayer. Hallelujah. Amen.

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At the Ordination or Institution of a
Minister.
ATHER of mercies: in thy house
We pay our homage and our vows;
Whilst with a grateful heart we share
These pledges of our Saviour's care.
2 The Saviour, when to heaven he rose,
In splendid triumph o'er his foes,
Scatter'd his gifts on men below,
And wide his royal bounties flow.
3 Hence sprang the Apostle's honour’d
name,
Sacred beyond heroic fame;
Hence dictates the prophetic sage,
And hence the evangelic page.
4. In lower forms, to bless our eyes,
Pastors from hence and Teachers rise;
Who, though with feebler rays they
shine,
Still mark a long extended line.

* Whenever the Hymns are used at the celebration of divine service, a certain tions of the Psalms of David in metre shall also be sung. .

END OF THE HYMNS.

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O God, who hast our troops dispersed 30
O God, my gracious God, to thee 31
O God, my heart is fully bent 59
O God, whose former mercies make -60
O God of hosts, the mighty Lord 45
O God, to whom revenge belongs 50
O Israel's Shepherd, Joseph’s Guide 43
O Lord, thou art my righteous Judge 4
O Lord, my God, since I have placed 4

O Lord, my rock, to thee I cry 15
O Lord, our fathers oft have told 23
O Lord, to my relief draw near 36
O Lord, the Saviour and defence 43
O Lord, I am not proud of heart 72

On thee, who dwell'st above the skies 71
O praise the Lord, for he is good 63
O praise the Lord, with one consent 73
O praise the Lord, and thou, my soul 78
O praise the Lord with hymns of joy 78
O praise ye the Lord 79
O praise the Lord in that blest place 80
0 render thanks, awl bless the Lord 55

O render thanks to God above 56
O 'twas a joyful sound to hear 70
O thou, to whom all creatures bow 5

Praise ye the Lord; our God to

praise 6: Preserve me, Lord, from crafty foes 75 Protect me from my cruel foes 8

Resolved to watch o'er all in y ways 21
Save me, O God, from waves that

roll 35 Since I have placed my trust in God 7 Since godly men decay, O Lord - 7

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Sing to the Lord a new-made song 51
Sing to the Lord a new-made song 52
speak, O ye judges of the earth 29
Sure wicked fools must needs suppose 7
That man is blest who stands in awe 61
Thee I will bless, my God and King 77
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord 10
The king, O Lord, with songs of
praise
The ord hath spoke, the mighty
Go
The Lord himself, the mighty Lord
The Lord, the only God, is great
The Lord to thy request attend
The Lord unto my Lord thus spake
The man is blest that fears the Lord
The spacious earth is all the Lord's
The wicked fools must sure suppose
Through all the changing scenes
of life
Though wicked men grow rich or
great 49
Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast
known
Thy chastening wrath, O Lord, re-
strain -
Thy dreadiul anger, Lord, restrain
Thy Imercy, Lord, to me extend
Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my song
Thy presence why withdraw'st thou,
Lord
To bless thy chosen race
To celebrate thy praise, O Lord

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