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The Canadian Temperance Minstrel

Publisher: Rollo Campbell, Montreal, Que., 1842
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d1A messenger of gladness
d2Almighty Father, while we own
d3Drinker, turn, and leave your bowl
d4From the mountain top and valley
d5Glory to God, whose sovereign grace
d6Go, view the prisoner's gloomy cells
d7God gave the gift to man
d8God of almighty power and grace, The same in every time and place
d9Hail, temperance, fair celestial ray
d10Hark, what cry arrests my ear
d11Hosannas, Lord, to thee we sing
d12How long, O God, how long
d13I heard a voice from heaven address the thoughtless thron
d14Let all efforts be united
d15Let temperance and her sons rejoice
d16Let the joyful news be sounded
d17Lo Zion droops in vain in vain
d18Long and gloomy was the night
d19Now, O Lord, in peace dismiss us
d20O that the Lord would hear our supplicating cry
d21O'er Arabia's dreary sands, Isr'l passed to distant lands
d22Parent of the great creation
d23Raise aloft the temperance banner
d24Say not that woman's voice must stay its silvery note
d25Slavery and death the cup contains
d26Source of being, Holy Father
d27Standard of temperance
d28Stop, drunkard, stop
d29Temperance, tell the listening world
d30Though wretchedness unending awaits the drunkards soul
d31Vain we came, and in the strength
d32Victory, shout for victory
d33We praise thee, if one rescued soul
d34When Isr'l's God in his anger had spoken
d35Who have woe, upon whose brow
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