Southern and Western Pocket Harmonist: intended as an appendix to Southern Harmony; embracing the principle hymns, songs, choruses and revival tunes, usually sung at protracted and campmeetings...

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Editor: William Walker
Publisher: Charles Desilver / G. G. Evans, Philadelphia, 1860
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11Life is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
12Shall Wisdom cry aloudPage Scan
13There is a fountain fill'd with bloodPage Scan
14Let thy kingdom, blessed SaviourPage Scan
15A charge to keep I havePage Scan
16Hail! the blest morn! see the great MediatorPage Scan
17Arise, my soul, arise! Page Scan
18aThe day is past and gonePage Scan
18bI'm on my way to CanaanPage Scan
20I am a stranger here belowPage Scan
21One night as I lay musingSWEET MESSENGERPage Scan
22The wond'ring world inquires to knowPage Scan
23My God, my life, my lovePage Scan
24Sinners, atke teh friendly warningPage Scan
25Tell me Saviour, from abovePage Scan
26Say now, ye lovely social bandPage Scan
27Drooping souls no longer grievePage Scan
28The Lord is great, ye host of heav'n adore himPage Scan
29Come weary souls, with sins distrestPage Scan
30How pleasant, how divinely fairPage Scan
31Ye messengers of ChristPage Scan
32What happy men, or angels, thesePage Scan
33Salvation, through our dying GodPage Scan
34Now your festal rites preparePage Scan
35Behold the lep'rous JewPage Scan
36a'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
36bWhy should I be affrighted at pestilence or warPage Scan
38There is a world we have not seenPage Scan
39Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
40Christian, see the orient morningPage Scan
41How happy are theyPage Scan
42Shepherds! rejoice, lift up your eyesTHE SHEPHERDS' JOYPage Scan
43How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
44Come, thou fount of ev'ry blessingPage Scan
45Thus far the Lord has led me onPage Scan
46Ye objects of sense, And enjoyments of timePage Scan
48Farewell, my dear brethren, the time is at handPage Scan
50How happy's every child of gracePage Scan
52Sweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
53Let every mortal ear attendPage Scan
54My Shepherd will supply my needPage Scan
55'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
56As on the cross the Saviour hungPage Scan
58His voice, as the sound of the dulcimer sweetPage Scan
59O! thou in whose presence my soul takes delightPage Scan
60Jesus, thou art the sinner's Friend!Page Scan
61Hosanna to Jesus! I'm fill'd with his praisesHOSANNAPage Scan
62My soul, come, meditate the dayPage Scan
63My God, my portion, and my lovePage Scan
64Come all ye young people of ev'ry relationPage Scan
66There is a holy cityPage Scan
68Grace! 'tis a charming sound!Page Scan
69Come, saints and sinners, hear me tellPage Scan
70When marshall'd on the nightly plainPage Scan
72The Lord my shepherd isPage Scan
73How condescending, and how kindPage Scan
74Earth has engross'd my love too longPage Scan
76Awaked by Sinai's awful soundPage Scan
77Draw nigh to us, JehovahPage Scan
78Come, all ye tender hearted ChristiansPage Scan
80Precious Bible! what a treasurePage Scan
81O for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
82Why do we mourn departed friendsPage Scan
83Mixtures of joy and sorrowPage Scan
84Come all ye people of my nationPage Scan
85My God! the spring of all my joysPage Scan
86'Twas on that dark, and doleful nightPage Scan
87Oh! turn ye, Oh! turn ye, for why will ye diePage Scan
88Jesus, full of all compassionPage Scan
89How shall a lost sinner in painPage Scan
90Hark! listen to the trumpets!Page Scan
91Begone, unbelief! my Saviour is nearPage Scan
92Glory to God on high!Page Scan
93How many years has man been drivenPage Scan
94Oh! happy time, long waited forPage Scan
96All hail the pow'r of Jesus' namePage Scan
97While in this vale of sorrowPage Scan
98Friendship to ev'ry willing mindPage Scan
99Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
100To leave my dear friends, and with neighbors to partPage Scan
101I'm tired with visits, modes and formsPage Scan
102When weeping Mary came to seekPage Scan
103Poor mourning soul! in deep distressPage Scan
104That glorious day is drawing nighPage Scan
105A story most lovely I'll tellPage Scan
107Saviour, visit thy plantation
108Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched Page Scan
109O there will be mourning, mourning, mourningPage Scan
110Now the Saviour stands a pleadingPage Scan
112Come taste along with mePage Scan
114Watchman, tell us of the nightPage Scan
116There is a place, There is a place where my hopes are stay'dPage Scan
117Come ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
118Christ is set on Zion's hillPage Scan
119When I can read my title clearPage Scan
120My brethren all, on you I callPage Scan
122Our Jesus came into the worldPage Scan
124We're trav'ling home to heav'n abovePage Scan
126Oh! when shall I [we] see JesusPage Scan
128Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan

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