The Little Hymn Book

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Editor: S. B. Wood
Publisher: A. Hutchinson and Co., Worcester, Mass., 1850
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d1A little girl knelt down to pray
d2A young rose, in the summer time
d3Again we've seen the Sabbath day
d4And shall we dwell together
d5Another day its course has [hath] run
d6Another day, O Lord, is gone
d7Before I close my eyes tonight
d8Called by the Sabbath bells away
d9Calm on the bosom of thy God
d10Child amid [amidst] the flowers at play
d11Come hither, come hither, all wayward and wild
d12Come let our songs resound
d13Come, let us now forget our mirth, And think that we must die
d14Death has been here, and borne away A sister [brother] [scholar] from our side
d15Down in the green and shady bed
d16Ere on my bed my limbs I lay
d17Farewell, dear friends, a long farewell
d18Father and God, in sleep be nigh
d19Father, heavenly Father, hear me
d20Father in heaven, thy ceaseless love
d21Father, thy children bend for thy blessing
d22From year to year in love we meet
d23Get up early, time is precious
d24God careth for the lilies
d25God made the world, in every land
d26God, who bade us roll
d27Great God, in whom we live and move
d28Hail, little, tender flower
d29Hark, the little birds are singing
d30He sat in beauty, like a dream
d31How shall the young secure their hearts
d32How sweet to be allowed to pray
d33I asked the little joyous bird
d34I have a Father, one whose worth
d35I love to gaze upon a flower
d36I love to rise at early day
d37I once beheld a little star
d38I thank thee, Lord, for quiet rest
d39I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d40In the broad fields of heaven
d41I've pictured Bethany, the happy household
d42Let children never fear to leave this world
d43Little boy with laughing eyes
d44Lord, I would own thy tender [every] care
d45Lord, teach a little child to pray
d46Many voices seem to say
d47Me let the tender office long engage
d48Mother, good night, the twinkling star
d49My child, look upward to the sky
d50My Father, though thou art in heaven
d51My little eye can never reach
d52Now that the evening hour has come
d53O God, I thank thee that the night
d54O let us be happy, whatever we do
d55O Lord, in sickness and in health
d56O many things are beautiful
d57O stay your little hand, my boy
d58Once in the silence of the night
d59One sweet [bright] flower has drooped and faded
d60Our Father in heaven we hallow thy name
d61Our Father, who art throned above
d62Remember, love, who gave thee this
d63Scorn not the slightest word or deed
d64See the shining dewdrops
d65Stars, that on your wondrous way, Travel
d66Sweet flower, so young, so fresh, so fair
d67Sweet is the time of spring
d68The brook upon its way
d69The flowers are blooming everywhere
d70The lillies of the field, that quickly fade away
d71The moon is very fair and bright
d72The Sabbath sun was setting slow
d73The sun is hidden from our sight
d74There is a God, all nature speaks
d75There is a little maiden
d76There sitteth a dove, so white and fair
d77There was a bird like creature
d78There's not a leaf within the bower
d79There's not a tint that paints the rose
d80This world is quite a pleasant world
d81This year is just going away
d82Thou, from whom we never part
d83Thou lovely and glorious spring
d84'Tis summer, glorious summer
d85Violet, violet, sparkling with dew
d86Welcome, welcome, quiet morning
d87What is it makes my pathway bright
d88When sweet summer flowers appear
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