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Pilgrim's Songs: a musical pocket companion, or hymn and tune fook for prayer and social meetings consisting chiefly of selections from the author's most popular melodies and hymns that have . . .

Editor: William B. Bradbury
Publisher: Ivison, Phinney & Co., New York, 1863
Language: English
Notes: These hymns are numbered by the page numbers.
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3Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayerPage Scan
4From every stormy wind [sense] that blowsPage Scan
5O Jesus, full of truth and gracePage Scan
6Go, when the morning shinethPage Scan
8How sweet to leave the world awhilePage Scan
9Pilgrim, is thy journey drearPage Scan
10Pilgrim and stranger, sadly I roamPage Scan
12Prayer may be sweet in cottage homesPage Scan
13Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joysPage Scan
14The people are gathering from near and farPage Scan
16O there's music in heaven, soft musicPage Scan
19Now come and seek the LordPage Scan
20We are out on the ocean sailingPage Scan
21Ye valiant soldiers of the crossPage Scan
22I ought to love my Savior, no earthly friendPage Scan
24Ah this heart is void and chillPage Scan
25I'm a lonely traveler herePage Scan
26Rise up, my soul, and view the plainsPage Scan
28'Tis a blessed thought to knowPage Scan
30We know not what's before usPage Scan
31Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
32Morn of Zion's gloryPage Scan
33The God of love will sure indulgePage Scan
34Spread, my soul, thy golden pinionsPage Scan
35Sweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
36How often I am wearyPage Scan
38Through the love of God [Christ] [Jesus] our Father [Savior]Page Scan
39Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theePage Scan
40Peace, troubled soul, whose [thy] plaintive moanPage Scan
41Come hither, all ye [you] weary soulsPage Scan
42There is a land, a peaceful landPage Scan
44Shall we sing in heaven foreverPage Scan
46There's a light in the window for thee, brotherPage Scan
48Let worldly minds the world pursuePage Scan
50Speed away, speed away, happy soul of the blestPage Scan
52Softly fades the twilight rayPage Scan
53Soft and holy is the placePage Scan
53bLord, we come before thee nowPage Scan
54Cheerfully, cheerfully onward we movePage Scan
56In the Christian's home in [of] gloryPage Scan
57Let me go where tears and sighingPage Scan
58I have some friends before me gonePage Scan
59'Tis by the faith of joys to comePage Scan
60By faith I view my Savior dyingPage Scan
61With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
62Ye soldiers of the cross, rise, and put your armor onPage Scan
64No night shall be in heaven, no gathering gloomPage Scan
66Firmly, brethren, firmly standPage Scan
67Angels are hovering roundPage Scan
68Let me go where saints are goingPage Scan
69Say, earthly pilgrim, why delayPage Scan
71Farewell, beloved friends, thime passes swiftlyPage Scan
72Hark, sinner, while God from on high doth entreat theePage Scan
74Jesus, my [mine] [our] all, to heaven is [has] gonePage Scan
75Lord, I hear of [that] [the] showers of blessingPage Scan
76Though the days are dark with troublePage Scan
77O Lord, I [we] would delight in theePage Scan
78Jesus, let thy pitying eyePage Scan
80O give me a harp on the bright hills of gloryPage Scan
81When waves of trouble [sorrow] round me swellPage Scan
82O what shall I do to be saved from the sorrowsPage Scan
83I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my homePage Scan
84Forever with the Lord [our God], amen, so let it bePage Scan
86Take thy cross and follow mePage Scan
87Lord, I believe; Thy power I ownPage Scan
88We are bound for Canaan's happy landPage Scan
89Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleepPage Scan
90O [Sweet] land for [of] rest for thee I sighPage Scan
91A crown of glory brightPage Scan
92A pilgrim and a stranger herePage Scan
94Soft the gently breathing notesPage Scan
95The gospel ship is sailing, sailing, sailingPage Scan
96We are joyously voyagingPage Scan
97Once more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyesPage Scan
98Through a strange country as pilgrims we strayPage Scan
99Love sounds in her sighsPage Scan
100When we hear the music ringing in [through] the brightPage Scan
102A beautiful land by faith I seePage Scan
103Our beautiful flag, O now we seePage Scan
104The storms of earth will vanishPage Scan
105O we're a band of brethren dear, I belong to this band, HallelujahPage Scan
106Watchman, tell me, does the morning[Watchman, tell me, does the morning]Page Scan
108Come brethren, don't grow wearyPage Scan
109Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
110Christian, the morn breaks sweetly [gently] o'er theePage Scan
112O sing to me of heaven When I am called to diePage Scan
113Beautiful Zion, built above; Beautiful city that I lovePage Scan
114Lift your heads with faithPage Scan
116There is no name so sweet on earth, No name so sweet in heavenPage Scan
117Where Babel's drooping willows stoodPage Scan
118My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
119My soul, repeat His praise Whose mercies are soPage Scan
119bThe day is past and gone, the evening shades appearPage Scan
120The Christian loves oft by still waters to roamPage Scan
122A little child lay dying as the sunset hourPage Scan
124A little ship was on the seaPage Scan
125My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of libertyPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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