A Collection of Psalms and Hymns: from various authors, chiefly designed for public worship (4th ed.)

Editor: John Fawcett
Publisher: Printed by B. Scott, Carlisle [England], 1811
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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95aO blessed souls are theyPage Scan
95bRejoice, ye righteous, in the LordPage Scan
96Through all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
97I'll speak the honors of my KingPage Scan
98God is the refuge of his saintsPage Scan
99Far as thy name is knownPage Scan
100aO God of mercy, hear my callPage Scan
100bFor thee, O God, our constant praisePage Scan
101How pleasant, how divinely fairPage Scan
102Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my songPage Scan
103He that hath made his refuge GodPage Scan
104aSweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
104bWith glory clad, with strength array'dPage Scan
105That man is bless'd who stands in awePage Scan
106This is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
107Father, I bless thy gentle handPage Scan
108Up to the hills I lift mine eyesPage Scan
109aHow vast must their advantage be!Page Scan
109bMy God, accept my early vowsPage Scan
110Sweet is the mem'ry of thy gracePage Scan
112To the cross I turn me sighingPage Scan
113When I read the contradictionPage Scan
114God of my life, to thee belongPage Scan
115O let me, heav'nly Lord, extendPage Scan
116Our Lord is risen from the deadPage Scan
117aO God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
117bPraise ye the Lord; 'tis good to raisePage Scan
118aHe is a God of sov'reign lovePage Scan
118bAwake our souls, away our fearsPage Scan
119Awake, and sing the songPage Scan
120Jesus, thou art my rigtheousnessPage Scan
121aJesu, my Saviour, in thy facePage Scan
121bLord, we adore thy dark designsPage Scan
122Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
123aThou dear Redeemer, dying Lamb!Page Scan
123bThou God of glorious majesty!Page Scan
125aTo God the only wisePage Scan
125bCome let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
126As new-born babes desire the breastPage Scan
127What happy men or angels thesePage Scan
128My God, how perfect are thy ways!Page Scan
129Far from the world, O Lord, I fleePage Scan
130God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
131Holy Lord God! I love thy truthPage Scan
132How blest thy creature is, O GodPage Scan
133How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
134I thirst, but not as once I didPage Scan
135Lord, what is man! extremes how widePage Scan
136O Lord, my best desire fulfilPage Scan
137When darkness long has veil'd the mindPage Scan
138Blow ye the trumpet blowPage Scan
139When quiet in my house I sitPage Scan
140Great God what do I see and hear!Page Scan
141aBless'd be the Father and his lovePage Scan
141bTo Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
142aTo God the Father, SonPage Scan
142bTo Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
142cPraise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
143Come let us anewPage Scan
144Alas! and did my Saviour bleed?Page Scan
145Surely Christ thy griefs hath bornePage Scan
146Oh, if my soul were form'd for woePage Scan
147"Christ, the Lord, is ris'n to-day"Page Scan
148Hosanna to the Prince of lightPage Scan
149Come, Holy Ghost; Creator, comePage Scan
150Come, Holy Spirit, Heav'nly DovePage Scan
151O thou who camest from abovePage Scan
152aThree in one! Eternal King!Page Scan
152bHark! the herald angels singPage Scan
154See, gracious God, before thy thronePage Scan
155aCome, thou high and lofty Lord!Page Scan
155bWhere two or three, with sweet accordPage Scan
156Sinners, obey the gospel-word1Page Scan
158aSome sweet savour of thy favourPage Scan
158bThis, this is the God we adorePage Scan
158cMay the grace of Christ our SaviourPage Scan

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