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A New Selection of Hymns; designed for the use of conference meetings, private circles, and congregations, as a supplement to Dr. Watts' Psalms and Hymns

Editor: William Collier, A. M.
Publisher: Samuel T. Armstrong (Printer), Boston, 1812
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: There are many numbering errors in the hymnal. The number given in the hymnal is in parentheses. Numbering starts over at #385
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1What favor, Lord, that I should meetTextPage Scan
2The joyful morn, my God, is comeTextPage Scan
3Another six days' work is doneTextPage Scan
4Awake, our drowsy soulsTextPage Scan
5Great God, this sacred day of thineTextPage Scan
6Thanks to thy name, O Lord that weTextPage Scan
7Jesus, where'er thy people meetTextPage Scan
8With conscious guilt and bleeding heartTextPage Scan
9What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
10When Zion's sons, Great God, appearTextPage Scan
11Come, humble sinner, in whose breastTextPage Scan
12Unto thine altar LordTextPage Scan
13Sprinkled with reconciling bloodTextPage Scan
14Come, thou desire of all thy saintsTextPage Scan
15Almighty Maker, God!TextPage Scan
16With one consent let all the earthTextPage Scan
17Come let us join in sweet accordTextPage Scan
18Yes, the Redeemer roseTextPage Scan
19Christ the Lord is risen to-dayTextPage Scan
20Angels, roll the rock awayTextPage Scan
21Uprising from the darksome tombPage Scan
22O that I had a seraph's fireTextPage Scan
23To our Redeemer's glorious nameTextPage Scan
24Glory to God on highPage Scan
25O thou God of my salvationTextPage Scan
26Glory be to God on high!--Hallelujah!TextPage Scan
27Our Father, whose eternal swayTextPage Scan
28How precious is the book divineTextPage Scan
29Precious Bible! what a treasurePage Scan
30Father of mercies in thy wordTextPage Scan
31A glory gilds the sacred pageTextPage Scan
32Let avarice from shore to shoreTextPage Scan
33The Bible is justly esteemedTextPage Scan
34Mighty God, while angels bless theeTextPage Scan
35Sing to the Lord, who loud proclaimsTextPage Scan
36Eternal God! Almighty causeTextPage Scan
37Father of glory, to thy nameTextPage Scan
38Holy, blessed, glorious ThreeTextPage Scan
39Eternal God, the thanks receiveTextPage Scan
40God is a name my soul adoresTextPage Scan
41What is our God, or what his namePage Scan
42The great Jehovah, who shall dareTextPage Scan
43Keep silence all created thingsTextPage Scan
44Wait, O my soul, thy Maker's willTextPage Scan
45The Lord! how fearful is his name!TextPage Scan
46Ye humble souls approach your GodTextPage Scan
47Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
48When first the God of boundless graceTextPage Scan
49(94)Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my songTextPage Scan
50Triumphant Lord, thy goodness reignsTextPage Scan
51Eternal power! whose high abodeTextPage Scan
52To God the universal kingTextPage Scan
53Look up, ye saints, direct your eyesTextPage Scan
54Eternal Wisdom, thee we praiseTextPage Scan
55Praise to the Lord of boundless mightTextPage Scan
56Ye sons of men, with joy recordTextPage Scan
57The spacious firmament on highPage Scan
58Lord, when our raptur'd thought surveysTextPage Scan
59Great Ruler of all nature's frameTextPage Scan
60Great former of this various frameTextPage Scan
61Father of love! from age to ageTextPage Scan
62When all thy mercies, O my GodPage Scan
63When o'er the trodden paths of lifeTextPage Scan
64God moves in a mysterious wayTextPage Scan
65Great God of providence! thy waysPage Scan
66Begin, my soul, th'exalted layTextPage Scan
67Awake, my soul, to hymns of praisePage Scan
68(69)Begin the high, celestial strain Page Scan
69Ye blest inhabitants of heavenPage Scan
70Let every tuneful accent risePage Scan
71With flowing eyes and bleeding heartsPage Scan
72With tears of anguish I lamentPage Scan
73Astonish'd and distress'dPage Scan
74(30)Alas! this adamantine heartPage Scan
75Sinner, O why so thoughtless grown?Page Scan
76Arise, my tenderest thoughts, arisePage Scan
77Great God! beneath thy piercing eyePage Scan
78Now begin the heavenly themePage Scan
79My God, the covenant of thy lovePage Scan
80Father, how wide thy glory shinesPage Scan
81When first the God of boundless gracePage Scan
82Let heaven burst forth into a songPage Scan
83Grace! 'tis a charming soundPage Scan
84Come, all ye saints of GodPage Scan
85God in the gospel of his SonPage Scan
86Israel, in ancient daysPage Scan
87Blow ye the trumpet, blow!Page Scan
88In heaven the rapt'rous song beganPage Scan
89Hark! the herald-angels singPage Scan
90Spirit divine descendPage Scan
91Sweeter sounds than music knowsPage Scan
92Awake, awake, the sacred songPage Scan
93Hark the glad sound, the Saviors comesPage Scan
94"I come," the great Redeemer criesPage Scan
95Behold the Savior of mankindPage Scan
96Stretch'd on the cross the Savior diesPage Scan
97Yonder--amazing sight!--I seePage Scan
98All ye that pass byPage Scan
99We sing the Savior's lovePage Scan
100Hark! the voice of love and mercyPage Scan

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