Hymns and Songs for the Friends of Freedom

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Publisher: C. H. Pelton, Middletown, 1842
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d1Alas the bondmen's story
d2Blow ye the trumpet abroad o'er the sea
d3Break every yoke, the gospel cries
d4But art thou, still, my country, free
d5Children of the glorious dead
d6Eternal Sovereign of the sky, and Lord
d7Hail to the brightness of freedom's glad morning
d8Hark, the chain, the clanking chain
d9He that [who] goeth forth with weeping, Bearing [sowing] precious seed in love
d10Hear ye not the voice of anguish
d11High as the heavens above the ground
d12I am an abolitionist, I glory in the name
d13Let the floods clap their hands
d14Lift up our country's banner high
d15O how can we forget the slave
d16O Thou whose presence went before
d17O weep, sons of freedom, your honor is low
d18See yon glorious star, ascending
d19Strike from the laborers limbs his chain
d20The ox, that treadeth out the corn
d21They gather for the coming strife
d22They say there is joy in the earth
d23They sing of freedom, Africa's sons
d24Think of our country's glory
d25Thy neighbor, it is he whom thou
d26Wake, states of the south
d27Wake, ye numbers, from your slumbers
d28What mean ye that ye bruise and bind
d29Why should I vex my soul and fret
d30Ye who in bondage pine
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