The Minstrel of Zion: a book of religious songs, accompanied with appropriate music, chiefly original

Editor: Rev. William Hunter, Rev. Samuel Wakefield
Publisher: Sorin & Ball, Philadelphia, 1845
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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126Come, come, come, Come for the Father waitsPage Scan
127Dark was that day in naturePage Scan
128Ye people away nor talk of delayPage Scan
129Repent, the voice celestial criesPage Scan
130aThis may be thy latest callPage Scan
130bNo, I cannot, cannot yetPage Scan
131Christian sailors, strike the chorusPage Scan
132Ah never was sorrow like minePage Scan
133Child of sin and sorrow, Filled with dismayPage Scan
134Who shall forbid our grateful [chastened] woePage Scan
135Once upon the heaving stormy oceanPage Scan
136Pilgrim and stranger, where dost thou strayPage Scan
138I have sought round the [this] verdant earthPage Scan
139On the mountain [mountain's] top appearingPage Scan
140How brightly beams the day of gracePage Scan
142The gloomy night of sadnessPage Scan
144Friend after friend departsPage Scan
145To Jesus, the crown of my [our] hopePage Scan
146How happy are the favored fewPage Scan
148The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappearsPage Scan
149Speed, speed the temperance shipPage Scan
150aJesus, save my dying soulPage Scan
150bPraise to God, the great Creator, BounteousPage Scan
151Return and come to GodPage Scan
152To Sabbath school, to Sabbath schoolPage Scan
153aGuide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
153bJesus, incarnate son of GodPage Scan
154Our Captain leads us onPage Scan
155Take the pledge, take the pledgePage Scan
156Hail the day so long expected, Hail the yearBABYLON IS FALLENTextPage Scan
157The music of his steps was soughtPage Scan
159There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignPage Scan
160aSovereign Ruler, Lord of allPage Scan
160bThough trouble assail us, and dangers affrightPage Scan
161Lord, how large thy bounties arePage Scan
162The Prince of salvation in triumph is ridingPage Scan
163Zion, dreary and in anguishPage Scan
164O my soul, what means this sadnessPage Scan
165Watchmen, onward to your stationsPage Scan
167The Lord is my Shepherd, He makes me reposePage Scan
168aO tell me, thou life and delight of my soulPage Scan
168bIn seasons of grief to my God I'll repairPage Scan
170By faith I view my Savior dyingPage Scan
172Come ye [you] sinners, poor and wretched [needy], Weak and woundedPage Scan
173When for [the] eternal [heavenly] world [worlds] I [we] steerPage Scan
175Our Father, our Father in heavenPage Scan
176Away from his home and the friends of his youthPage Scan
178When I set out for heavenPage Scan
179aWhy sinks my soul despondingPage Scan
179bSweet liberty thou soothing soundPage Scan
180Ah how my days and months and yearsPage Scan
181aAnother Sabbath calls our feetPage Scan
181bO when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him abovePage Scan
183Rise, ye heralds of salvationPage Scan
184Ah, cottage of Bethany, happy wast thouPage Scan
185Delay not, delay not: O sinner [drunkard] draw nearPage Scan
186How sweet to reflect on the [those] joys that await me [us]Page Scan
187O that I could forever dwellPage Scan
188I send the joys of earth awayPage Scan
189To delight and solace manPage Scan
190Awake, sweet gratitude and singPage Scan
191aLord, let my prayer like incense risePage Scan
191bThe drink that's in the drunkard's bowlPage Scan
192The world their fancied pearl may cravePage Scan
193Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
194aKnow, my soul, thy full salvationPage Scan
194bPeople of the living God! I have sought the worldPage Scan
195Come, ye weary sinners, oppressedPage Scan
196Now in the heat [flush] of youthful bloodPage Scan
197aGive me, O God, a contrite heartPage Scan
197bHow sweet to be allowed to prayPage Scan
198Let worldly minds the world pursuePage Scan
199See, the lovely blooming flowerPage Scan
200aWho are these that come from farPage Scan
200bThe Shepherd loves to tracePage Scan
201From Egypt's bondage come [came]Page Scan
202Free from slumber, free from carePage Scan
203Our Father, God, who art in heav'nTextPage Scan
204aSay, sinner, hath a voice withinPage Scan
204bCan there a balm on earth be foundPage Scan
206Pilgrim, pilgrim, whither boundPage Scan
208The pearl that [the] worldlings covetPage Scan
210And canst thou, sinner, slightPage Scan

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