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National Hymns

Editor: A. Kneeland
Publisher: Investigator, Boston, Mass., 1834
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d1A conscious fortitude sustains
d2Again the harbinger of light
d3Ah shall we see that glorious day
d4Ah wretched minds who still remain
d5All nature dies, and lives again
d6All nature speaks, let men give ear
d7And is religion all a dream
d8Another six days' work is done
d9Answer me, burning stars of night
d10Arrayed in clouds of golden light
d11As the good shepherd gently leads
d12At the broad portals of this house
d13Awake, my mind, rouse every power
d14Away with melancholy
d15Balmy seas of time and motion
d16Banish sorrow, banish grief
d17Banish sorrow, grief is folly
d18Behold a new, a glorious era
d19Blest is the man whose generous heart
d20Blithe, blithe to all around us
d21Come enter these courts
d22Come, freeman, awaken, come, hail
d23Come, friends give an ear
d24Come friendship, come endearing
d25Come, let us join and sing
d26Come my good friends, our joys
d27Come sons of the brave
d28Come ye who virtue praise
d29Contentment, hail
d30Daughter of freedom, awake
d31Draw the sword, freemen
d32Eternal Wisdom, God of love
d33Fresh and strong the breeze is
d34From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
d35From Greenland's icy mountains
d36Full long has man, by phantoms
d37Gather your roses while you may
d38Give lovely truth the homage due
d39Give me some green retired spot
d40Gloomy winter's past away
d41Go search the fields of nature through
d42Go traverse all the world around
d43Great Source of beings, Fount of life
d44Grounded in love, may we this day
d45Hail, Columbia, happy land
d46Hail, dawning light, immortal
d47Hail forever, glorious science
d48Hail, great republic of the world
d49Hail, sacred peace, contentment
d50Hail, universe, capacious good
d51Hail, widsom, who can set a prize
d52How dear we hold this mortal
d53How happy the mind that, free
d54How happy's the man, that's free
d55How lovely in the arch of heaven
d56How pleasant 'tis to see
d57How pleased and blest was I
d58How pleasing is the lovely sight
d59How soft the gentle showers
d60How sweetly along the gay mead
d61How vain are idle dreams
d62How vain is all the charms of reason
d63I see the martyr march along
d64If solid happiness we prize, Within our breast
d65In gentleness reprove
d66In storms when clouds obscure
d67In the garb of the just
d68Joy to the world, the Light is come
d69Justice, eternal source
d70Know this, O man, and thou hast
d71Knowledge its empire shall extend
d72Let every tongue thy goodness speak
d73Let reason's sons in one accord
d74Let such as feel oppression's load [rod]
d75Let such as make the truth their choice
d76Let truth alone prevail
d77Let us awake to freedom's cause
d78Let us hail the fair prospect
d79Let us in a joyful mood
d80Life let us cherish while yet the taper glows
d81Lo the bright the rosy morning
d82Long have the nations slept
d83Long long hath superstition reigned
d84Look around the fields of nature
d85Lovely nature, most beautiful
d86March to battle field
d87Mid fables and fallacies, baubles of youth
d88Now error fast is waning
d89O charity, thou lovely grace
d90O haste not to the gilded shrine
d91O let the mind its slumbers break
d92O sons of men, throw round your eyes
d93O think on my fate, once I freedom employed
d94O where tell me where are your comforts fled
d95Offspring of truth, and virtue
d96On wings of faith, mount up, my soul, and rise
d97Our country, O, our native land
d98Pleasant is life, and sweet the light
d99Praise to thee, all bounteous nature
d100Praise to wisdom's virtuous way

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