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A Collection of Hymns, More Particularly Designed for the Use of the West Society in Boston. (2nd ed. with Additions)

Publisher: John & Thomas Fleet, Boston, 1803
Denomination: Unitarian Church
Language: English
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IAll knowing God, 'tis thine to knowPage Scan
IIAbsurd and vain attempt, to bindPage Scan
III'Tis wisdom's earnest cryPage Scan
IVYour flowing urns, ye fountains, lendPage Scan
VDost thou my worthless [thy children's] name recordPage Scan
VICome children, learn the heavenly artPage Scan
VIIMy heart is fixed, the firm decreePage Scan
VIIIOur Father, throned above the sky [skies]Page Scan
IXO God, the holy and the justPage Scan
XWhere, O my soul, O wherePage Scan
XIYes, it was thou, whose gracious carePage Scan
XIIGod reigns, events in order flowPage Scan
XIIITime, time, how few thy value weighPage Scan
XIVO pride, thou dropsy of the mindPage Scan
XVMark, when tempestuous winds arisePage Scan
XVICondition hard of social lifePage Scan
XVIIWhile in this world I dwellPage Scan
XVIIIFather of lights, my footsteps guidePage Scan
XIXForbid it heaven; that e'er I eatPage Scan
XXBehold a wretch in woePage Scan
XXIWas pride, alas, e'er made for manPage Scan
XXIIBlest men of lowly mindPage Scan
XXIIILet every mortal ear attendPage Scan
XXIVWhen life's tempestuous storms are o'erPage Scan
XXVBehold yon [the] new born infant grievedPage Scan
XXVIPraise to God, immortal praisePage Scan
XXVIIAgain the Lord of life and lightPage Scan
XXVIIIThy hand unseen sustains the polesPage Scan
XXIXAlmighty Maker, God, How wondrous is thy namePage Scan
XXXLife is a span, a fleeting hourPage Scan
XXXIO blest religion, heavenly fairPage Scan
XXXIIBehold where [when] breathing love divinePage Scan
XXXIIIGreat God, to thee my all I owePage Scan
XXXIVHow cheerful along the gay meadPage Scan
XXXVYe angel forms, look down, and seePage Scan
XXXVIIn Black procession, sad and slowPage Scan
XXXVIIIn shadow black as nightPage Scan
XXXVIIIThe spacious firmament on highPage Scan
XXXIXTo vindicate our words and thoughtsPage Scan
XLWhence do our mournful thoughts arisePage Scan
XLINow shall my inward joys arise, and burstPage Scan
XLIIAnd now, my soul the circling sunPage Scan
XLIIIBlest are the humble souls that [who] seePage Scan
XLIVWhile shepherds watch [watched] their flocks by nightPage Scan
XLVO happy soul that [who] lives on high, While men lie grovellingPage Scan
XLVIMust all the charms [thoughts] of nature thenPage Scan
XLVIIThus far 'tis well, you read, you prayPage Scan
XLVIIIShall atheists dare insult the crossPage Scan
XLIXJesus, thy blessings are not fewPage Scan
LLet those who bear the Christian namePage Scan
LIAre we not sons and heirs of GodPage Scan
LIICome, let us search our ways [hearts] and try [see]Page Scan
LIIIGreat God, thy holy law requiresPage Scan
LIVIs it a man's divinest goodPage Scan
LVO 'tis a lovely thing to seePage Scan
LVIIs it a thing of good reportPage Scan
LVIIBlessed Redeemer, how divinePage Scan
LVIIIHow is our nature spoiled [marred] by singPage Scan
LIXWhere shall the guilty conscience goPage Scan
LXLord, didst thou send thy Son to diePage Scan
LXIMy soul, survey thy happiness, if thou are foundPage Scan
LXIILife is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
LXIIINor eye hath seen nor ear hath heardPage Scan
LXIVThe law by Moses camePage Scan
LXVCan creatures to perfection findPage Scan
LXVISo let our lips and lives expressPage Scan
LXVIINaked as from the earth we camePage Scan
LXVIIIDeath may dissolve my body now, And bear my spirit homePage Scan
LXIXHark, from the tomb [tombs] a doleful [warning] [mournful] soundPage Scan
LXXCome, let us join our cheerful songs With angels round the thronePage Scan
LXXIBehold what wondrous gracePage Scan
LXXIIThy dreadful power, almighty GodPage Scan
LXXIIIThy name, how infinite they bePage Scan
LXXIVEternal Wisdom thee we praisePage Scan
LXXVFather, how wide thy glory shinesPage Scan
LXXVIKeep silence, all created thingsPage Scan
LXXVIIMy thoughts, that oft ascend [often mount] the skiesPage Scan
LXXVIIII sing the almighty power of GodPage Scan
LXXIXBlest be the wisdom and the powerPage Scan
LXXXGreat God, with wonder and with praisePage Scan
LXXXIWhy should our garments, made to hidePage Scan
LXXXIISages of ancient lettered timesPage Scan
LXXXIIIYe humble souls complain no morePage Scan
LXXXIVFaith adds new charms to earthly blissPage Scan
LXXXVWhy do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friendsPage Scan
LXXXVILord, when my [our] raptured thought surveysPage Scan
LXXXVIIWith songs and honors sounding loudPage Scan
LXXXVIIIOur Father, high enthroned abovePage Scan
LXXXIXFountain of blessing [blessings], ever blestPage Scan
XCYe works of God, on [to] him alonePage Scan
XCIPraise to thy name, eternal GodPage Scan
XCIIEternal source of every joyPage Scan
XCIIIGreat God of heaven and nature, risePage Scan
XCIVOnce more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyesPage Scan
XCVBehold the lofty skyPage Scan
XCVIEternal Power, whose high abodePage Scan
XCVIIWhen all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]Page Scan
XCVIIITeach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
XCIXWhen rising from the bed of deathPage Scan
CThe Lord my pasture shall prepare, and feed me with a shepherd's carePage Scan

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