The Child's Hymn Book

Editor: F. M. Caulkins
Publisher: American Tract Society, New York, 1840
Language: English
Notes: The publication date is not given, it is known to be published some time in the 1800's. 1840 is a best guess.
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201When first the dove, afar and widePage Scan
202I hear the voice of wo!Page Scan
203Have you made the Lord your choice?Page Scan
204Hear ye not a voice from heavenPage Scan
205Long let the breathing music floatPage Scan
206To hear the Savior's wordPage Scan
207Two little pilgrims on their wayPage Scan
208Who form'd the little sparrowPage Scan
209Placed on the verge of youth, my mindPage Scan
210The dew-drop on the greenPage Scan
211Whither goest thou, pilgrim strangerPage Scan
212King Solomon, of oldPage Scan
213The curling waves with awful roarPage Scan
214The bird that soars on highest wingPage Scan
215See the soft, green willow springingPage Scan
216Let no soft slumbers close my eyesPage Scan
217On the stormy oceanPage Scan
218The morning hours of cheerful lightPage Scan
219Tell, if thou canst, how yonder flowerPage Scan
220Come, my love, and do not spurnPage Scan
221Sweet it is to see a childPage Scan
222Let dogs delight to bark and bitePage Scan
223How doth the little busy beePage Scan
224How proud we are, how fond to showPage Scan
225I am a little child indeedPage Scan
226Though I'm now in younger daysPage Scan
227A little particle of rainPage Scan
228Ring-dove! resting benignly calmPage Scan
229Beautiful bow! in mercy givenPage Scan
230Bright little star on evening's breastPage Scan
231Who show'd the little ant the wayPage Scan
232"Come, come to me!" the meek Redeemer criesPage Scan
233Be sacred truth, my son, thy guidePage Scan
234O thou our Savior, meek and mildPage Scan
235Oft may the voice that thou hast givenPage Scan

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