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The Christian's Harp: containing a choice selection of psalm and hymn tunes, suited to the various metres now in use among the different religious denominations..(Corrected, enlarged and much improved

Editor: Samuel Wakefield, Esq, Lazarus B. M'Lain
Publisher: Johnston & Stockton, Pittsburgh, 1837
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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15Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
16We lift our hearts to thee, O day-star from on highPage Scan
17When shall thy love constrainPage Scan
18Come, ye that love the Lord Page Scan
20How beauteous are their feetPage Scan
21Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
22aThy name, Almighty LordPage Scan
22bFar be thy honor spreadPage Scan
23A charge to keep I have, A God to glorifyPage Scan
24The Lord my Shepherd is; I shall be well supply'dPage Scan
25Let party names no morePage Scan
26The praying spirit breathePage Scan
27Almighty maker God, How wondrous is thy namePage Scan
28My God, my life, my lovePage Scan
29 Give to the winds thy fearsPage Scan
30Grace, ‘tis a charming soundPage Scan
31aUnto thine altar, LordPage Scan
31bFrom lowest depths of woePage Scan
32Lord, what a feeble piecePage Scan
33Sing to the Lord ye distant landsPage Scan
34Let ev'ry tongue thy goodness speakPage Scan
35aOn Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
35bLet ev'ry mortal ear attendPage Scan
36The Lord of Sabbath let us praisePage Scan
37All hail the pow'r of Jesus' namePage Scan
38When I can read my title clearPage Scan
39The King of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
40My Savior, my almighty friendPage Scan
41Shepherds rejoice, lift up your eyesBRAYPage Scan
42Blest morning, whose young dawning raysPage Scan
43My drowsy pow'rs, why sleep ye so?Page Scan
44Eternal wisdom, thee we praise!Page Scan
45Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
46While thee I seek, protecting pow'rPage Scan
48Being of beings, God of lovePage Scan
49O for a thousand tongues to sing Page Scan
50Try us, O God, And search the groundPage Scan
51Blest be the dear uniting lovePage Scan
52With songs and honors sounding loudPage Scan
53Now let me mount and join their songPage Scan
54aO all ye nations praise the LordROCHESTERPage Scan
54bHis mercy reigns through ev'ry landPage Scan
55With my whole heart I'll raise my songPage Scan
56Sweet to rejoice in lively hopePage Scan
57Return, O God of love, return!Page Scan
58aHark! from the tombs a doleful soundPage Scan
58bTeach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
59And let this feeble body failPage Scan
60Why do we mourn for dying friendsPage Scan
61Why should the children of a KingPage Scan
62Behold the Saviour of mankindPage Scan
63When, gracious Lord, when shall it bePage Scan
64Life is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
65My God, permit me not to bePage Scan
66How lovely, how divinely sweetPage Scan
67The heav'ns declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
68Sweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
69Jehovah reigns: he dwells in lightPage Scan
70Another six days' work is donePage Scan
71aYe nations round the earth rejoicePage Scan
71bFar from my tho'ts vain would begonePage Scan
72Jesus, my all, to heav'n is gonePage Scan
73When God restored our captive statePage Scan
74Great God, indulge my humble claimPage Scan
75aNow to the Lord a noble song!Page Scan
75bO for a glance of heavenly dayPage Scan
76So let our lips and lives expressPage Scan
77Would you behold the works of GodPage Scan
78Leader of faithful souls, and guidePage Scan
79Come, O thou traveler unknownPLYMOUTH DOCKPage Scan
80The Lord my pasture shall preparePage Scan
82O Jesus, source of calm reposePage Scan
84Ye virgin souls arise!Page Scan
85Yes, the Redeemer rose, The Saviour left the dead!Page Scan
86Awake our drowsy souls, Shake off each slothful bandPage Scan
88Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
90Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
91How happy is the pilgrim's lotPage Scan
92Come on, my partners in distressPage Scan
93Hark! how the gospel trumpet soundsPage Scan
94O glorious hope of perfect lovePage Scan
95Jesus, let thy pitying eyePage Scan
96Holy Lamb, who thee receivePage Scan
97Now begin the heav'nly themePage Scan
98Hail the day that saw him risePage Scan
100Weary souls, that wander widePage Scan
101Hark! the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
102Guide me, O thou great Jehovah!Page Scan
103Lift your heads, ye friends of JesusPage Scan
104Praise the Saviour, all ye nationsPage Scan
105Come thou fount of ev'ry blessingPage Scan
106Love divine, all loves excellingPage Scan
108Come thou long expected Jesus!Page Scan
109Away with our sorrow and fearPage Scan
110Rejoice for a brother deceas'dPage Scan
112Come, Lord, from above, the mountains removePage Scan
114Hearken to the solemn voicePage Scan
116Rise my soul and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
117Wretched, helpless and distress'dPage Scan
118Lord, we come before thee nowPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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