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The New Sunday-School Harmonist

Editor: Charles Dingley
Publisher: T. Carlton & J. Porter, New York, N.Y., 1860
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d1A little ship was on the sea
d2A song for the day beaming o'er us
d3A youthful company we meet
d4All ye that pass by
d5Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands
d6Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d7Assembled in our school once more
d8Away from his home and the friends of his youth
d9Away from my Savior, O, how can I go
d10Children redeemed in every place
d11Come and sing with joy and gladness
d12Come, come, come, come to the Infant school
d13Come happy children, come and raise
d14Come, let us anew our journey pursue, Roll round
d15Come to the mercy seat, Come to the place
d16Come, ye children, and adore him, Lord of all, he reigns above
d17Come, ye children, stop no longer
d18Endless praises to our Lord God
d19Fairest Lord Jesus, Ruler of all nature
d20For our life, so young and pleasing
d21From Greenland's icy mountains
d22Gentle Jesus [Jesu], meek and mild, Look upon
d23Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]
d24Go thou, in life's fair morning
d25God instructs to all talents few or many
d26Great God, our infant voices raise
d27Happy angels, still ye [you] dwell
d28Happy child whom God doth aid
d29Hark, the notes of angels singing
d30Hark, the Sabbath bells are ringing Let us haste without delay
d31Here we throng to praise the Lord
d32Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art mine
d33Holy children, read and pray
d34How kind are the words which our Savior
d35How sweet upon the Sabbath day
d36I am young, but I must die
d37I love awhile to steal away
d38I love the holy Sabbath day
d39I love the Sabbath school, the place
d40I saw a star in yonder sky
d41I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d42Jesus, high in glory
d43Jesus, Savior, Son of God, who for me life's pathway trod
d44Jesus, Savior, we adore thee
d45Let infants early bring
d46Like mist on the mountain
d47Little child, do you love Jesus
d48Little raindrops feed the rill
d49Littlle travelers Zionward Each one entering
d50Lo at noon 'tis sudden night
d51Lord, a little band, and lowly, We are come
d52Lord, help my youthful heart to raise
d53Lord, we bend before thee now
d54Love and kindness we may measure
d55Mighty God [Lord] while angels bless [praise] thee
d56My span of life will soon be done [o'er]
d57My Sunday School, my Sunday School
d58Now we raise our infant voices
d59O come, come away, the Sabbath morn is passing
d60O God, our sovereign Lord
d61O happy day when Gods dear Son
d62O happy land, O happy land, Where saints and angels
d63O it is pleasant thus to praise
d64O Jesus, full of grace and love
d65O 'tis in the [this] land of the Bible we love
d66O ye have garnered, teachers loved
d67Once was heard the songs of children
d68Rise, rise, free from thy mourning
d69See the rising generation
d70Smiling strangers, will ye list
d71Soft is the morning dew
d72Sweet spices they brought on their star lighted way
d73The child who dares to risk his soul
d74The hour is come, I will not stray
d75The Sabbath bell how sweet to me
d76The Sabbath school's a place for prayer
d77The Sunday school, the Sunday school Blest be the wondrous plan
d78There are to me no hymns so sweet
d79There is a voice on every breeze
d80This book is all that's left me now
d81This festal day returning
d82This morning, Lord, attend
d83To that bright world where the Savior has gone
d84To thee, O blessed Savior
d85Vain are all terrestrial pleasures
d86We bring no glittering treasures, no gems
d87We come, we come, this hallowed day
d88We hail with exultation, This glorious festal day
d89We won't forget the Sunday school
d90We won't [we'll not] give up the Bible, God's holy book of truth
d91Welcome, sweet Sabbath day, Welcome again
d92What happy children we
d93What majesty divine
d94When a foolish thought within
d95When beautiful flowers impart their perfume
d96When, his salvation bringing [sending]
d97When Jesus left his Father's [heavenly] throne
d98When man at first was made by God
d99When Sabbath's sacred morning light begins
d100Where may children go to hear of God

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