The Ohio Harmonist

Editor: Alexander Auld
Publisher: A. Auld & Joshua Martin, Washington, Oh., 1847
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d1A beacon has been lighted, Bright as the noon-day sun
d2Again the Lord of life and light
d3Another song we'll sing to you
d4At anchor laid, remote from home
d5Awake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] lays
d6Behold the morning sun
d7Behold thy waiting servant, Lord
d8Broad is the road [stream] that leads to death [wrath]
d9Burst, ye emerald [pearly] gates, and bring
d10Christ the [our] Lord is risen today, Our triumphant holy day
d11Come away to the skies, my beloved, arise
d12Come friends and relations let us [come] join heart and hand
d13Come, let us anew our journey pursue, Roll round
d14Come, rest in this bosom
d15Come, thou everlasting Spirit
d16Come unto me, all ye that labor, Sinners
d17Days of my youth, ye have glided away
d18Eternal source of every joy
d19Friends of freedom, swell the song
d20From the high Rocky Mountains
d21Go, go, thou that enslavest me
d22God is the refuge of his saints
d23Great is the Lord, what tongue can frame [tell]
d24Guide me, O thou great Jehovah
d25Hail the blest morn when [see] the great Mediator
d26Happy the heart where graces reign
d27Hark, ten thousand harps and voices
d28Haste [Hasten], [O] sinner [sinners] [now] to be wise
d29He mere Prabhu, mu papi udhariyo
d30He wills that I should holy be
d31Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims
d32Hither, ye faithful, haste with [in] songs of triumph
d33House of our God, with cheerful anthems
d34How happy [happy's] every child of grace, who [that] feels [knows] his sins forgiven
d35How pleasant, how [and] divinely fair
d36How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sight
d37How sweet the light of Sabbath eve
d38I am a poor inebriate
d39I have sought round the [this] verdant earth
d40I know that my Redeemer lives, and ever prays for me
d41In time of fear, when trouble's near
d42Jesus, let thy pitying eye
d43Jesus, my Savior, Brother, Friend
d44Let every mortal ear attend
d45Let songs of endless praise
d46Life is the time to serve the Lord
d47Lo the Lord Jehovah liveth
d48Mary to her [the] Savior's tomb
d49My soul, with humble fervor raise To God the
d50My span of life will soon be done [o'er]
d51Now condescend, almighty king
d52Now may soft slumber close my eyes
d53Now shall the trembling mourner come
d54O may the powerful word
d55O my Lord, deliver me, a sinner
d56O thou to whom all creatures bow
d57O thou who diest the mourner's tear
d58O why should we weep o'er the dust
d59Once more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyes
d60Our Lord is risen from the dead, Our Jesus [Savior] is gone
d61Sailing o'er the boisterous ocean
d62Say not that woman's voice must stay its silvery note
d63Stay, father, stay, the night is wild
d64The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, in every star
d65The Lord, the sovereign King hath [has] fixed his throne on high
d66The teetotallers are coming
d67The winter is over and gone the thrush whistles
d68Thee will I love, my Strength [Lord] [Shield], [my] [and] Tower
d69There is a stream whose gentle flow
d70There is an hour of peaceful rest
d71This is the day the Lord hath [has] made, He calls
d72Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me on
d73Time is winging us away
d74To whom, my Savior, shall I go
d75Wake the sound of jubilee
d76Watchmen, onward to your stations
d77Welcome, sweet day of rest
d78What sorrowful sounds do I hear
d79What's beauty's deadliest foe
d80When for [the] eternal [heavenly] world [worlds] I [we] steer
d81When I can read my title clear
d82When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plain
d83When shall the voice of singing flow
d84When shall thy love constrain and force me to thy breast
d85When shall we meet again, Meet ne'er [more] to sever
d86When young I had a fortune
d87Where are the friends that to me were so dear
d88Why, O why, my heart, this sadness
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