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The Infant School and Nursery Hymn Book: being a collection of hymns, original and selected; with an analysis of each, designed to assist mothers and teachers... (3rd ed., rev. and corr.)

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1What is it shows my soul the wayPage Scan
2What is it looks so very brightPage Scan
3Little children all tell mePage Scan
4O that it were my chief delightPage Scan
5Little children, love each otherPage Scan
6God made the sky that looks so bluePage Scan
7Come, child, look upwards to the skyPage Scan
8Adam and Eve in Eden livedPage Scan
9When by the brook Elijah livedPage Scan
10Young Samuel in his infant daysPage Scan
11The hour is come, I will not strayPage Scan
12This is the way to know the LordPage Scan
13Lord, with redeeming mercy blestPage Scan
14God is in Heaven, [and] can he hearPage Scan
15Great God, and wilt thou be so kindPage Scan
16Christ is merciful and mildPage Scan
17Come, children, hail the Prince of peacePage Scan
18Hark, the skies with music soundPage Scan
19Jesus thou heavenly StrangerPage Scan
20When Jesus left his Father's [heavenly] thronePage Scan
21That Jesus hears when sinners prayPage Scan
22Unmindful of God's holy wordPage Scan
23Fear was within the tossing barkPage Scan
24Come children, let us Jesus praisePage Scan
27Lord, teach us how to prayPage Scan
28Our Father God, who art in heav'nPage Scan
29Forget to pray; that's strange indeedPage Scan
30We Lord, thy children arePage Scan
31Lord, I would own thy tender [every] carePage Scan
32Through all the dangers of the nightPage Scan
33Behold, my eyes, the morning sunPage Scan
34Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]Page Scan
35God our Father, great CreatorPage Scan
36To-day is added to our timePage Scan
37How long, sometimes, a day appears [the days appear]Page Scan
38Death, O that awful solemn wordPage Scan
39Heaven must be a happy placePage Scan
40Death has been here, and borne away A sister [brother] [scholar] from our sidePage Scan
42Where should I be, if God should sayPage Scan
43Though I am young, I have a soul The world can never buyPage Scan
44May I a little pilgrim bePage Scan
45Mortal, beware, improve the present hourPage Scan
46This is the day when Christ arosePage Scan
47I love the Sabbath morn to comePage Scan
48This day belongs to God alonePage Scan
49My days on earth, how swift they runPage Scan
50Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing on the instructionsPage Scan
51Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art minePage Scan
52'Tis a precious book indeedPage Scan
53What book ought I to love the bestPage Scan
54Let avarice from [borne] shore to shorePage Scan
55My father, my mother, I knowPage Scan
56O 'tis a lovely thing for youthPage Scan
57I thank the goodness and the gracePage Scan
58Whither but to thee, O LordPage Scan
59Lord, are the ravens daily fed by theePage Scan
60I will be even with my bitterest foePage Scan
61A light, our darkened steps to guidePage Scan
62Who comes to infant school each dayPage Scan
63Why did Christ my Lord appearPage Scan
64See, another year is comePage Scan
65Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
66To God the Father, God the SonPage Scan
16 .2Christ the hungry people fed
25 , 26Lord, teach a little child to pray
M1O how pretty 'tis to seePage Scan
M2Now is it not a pityPage Scan
M3Hark, the infant school bell's ringingPage Scan
M4Though our home is so sweetPage Scan
M5'Tis pleasant to come to school clean and neatPage Scan
M6When my father comes home in the eveningPage Scan
M7In earth the vegetables growPage Scan
M8I like little pussy, her coat is so warmPage Scan
M9Do you cry when wash'd, and not love to be clean?Page Scan
M10See me, I am a little boy [child]Page Scan
M11There's a poor child a-going byPage Scan
M12I'll never hurt a little dogPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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