Poems on Subjects Chiefly Devotional, Vol. 2

Author: Theodosia
Publisher: J. Buckland at the Buck in Paternoster Row, and J. Ward at the King's Arms in Cornhill, London, 1760
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Full-text includes corrections from the errata page. Non-hymnic poems are omitted.
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9Weary of these low scenes of nightText
22Vexatious world, thy flatt'ring snaresText
24O kind adversity, thou friend to truthText
26Life is a span, a fleeting hourText
35O blest religion, heav'nly fair!Text
50Ye warblers of the vernal shadeText
55How vain a thought is bliss below!Text
69O sent by heav'n, to teach the Saviour's praiseText
84Almighty Sov'reign, gracious LordText
90Engaging argument! here let me restText
93How blest the minds, which daily riseText
107Let fame the shining annals spreadText
109O for the animating fireText
118How weak, how languid is th'immortal mind!Text
119Now faintly smile day's hasty hoursText
132Why do the heathen nations riseText
135Lord, how my num'rous foes increase!Text
137O Lord, my strength, my righteousnessText
139O Lord, how glorious is thy nameText
141How long wilt thou, O God of graceText
147The Lord, my shepherd and my guideText
150The Lord, my Saviour, is my lightText
155Thee, Lord, my thankful soul would blessText
158Lord, in thy great, thy glorious nameText
168When I resolv'd to watch my thoughtsText
171As the poor hart, tir'd in the chaseText
177Lord, let thy mercy, full and freeText
181Before thy throne, O God of graceText
184To God, I rais'd my earnest criesText
188How lovely, how divinely sweetText
190O Lord, my life, my Saviour GodText
193Lord, thou hast been thy children's GodText
197The Lord, the God of glory, reignsText
200Lord, hear thy servant's humble pray'rText
206Awake my soul, awake my tongueText
222I love the Lord, his gracious earText
225From the dark borders of despairText
227How pleasing is the scene, how sweetText
228Where Babel's rivers winding strayText
230To thee, my God, my heart shall bringText
236To God, the refuge of his saintsText
237Hear, O my God, with pity hearText
240Blest be the Lord, my strength, my shieldText
243My God, my king, to thee I'll raiseText
247Ye sons of Zion, praise the LordText
249Praise ye the Lord: Oh blissful themeText
257Come praise the Lord, ye tuneful bandsText
259Praise ye the Lord; let praise employText
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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