Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music: selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches of every denomination...(Stereotype ed., Enl. and Imp.)

Editor: John Wyeth
Publisher: John Wyeth (Printer), Harrisburg, Penn., 1826
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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94aHow pleas'd and bless'd was IPage Scan
94bLord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
95aGod is our refuge in distressPage Scan
95bHark! from the tombs a doleful soundPage Scan
96I beheld and lo a great multitude which no man could numberPage Scan
99Come, ye sinners, poor and needyPage Scan
100aPraise ye the Lord with hymns of joyPage Scan
100bWhy should we mourn departing friendsPage Scan
101aMy never ceasing songs shall showPage Scan
101bThis spacious earth is all the Lord'sPage Scan
102There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
103Behold the Judge descends, his guards are nighPage Scan
104aI send the joys of earth awayPage Scan
104bThe hill of Zion yieldsPage Scan
105aThee, we adore, eternal NamePage Scan
105bHark! from the tombs a doleful soundPage Scan
106Hail the day that sees him riseMIDDLETOWNPage Scan
107Thy wrath lies heavy on my soulPage Scan
108Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was IPage Scan
109aHow vain are all things here below!Page Scan
109bGuide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
110Before Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
112Come, children, learn to fear the LordPage Scan
113aHow doth thy word my heart engagePage Scan
113bHow happy are we, our election to seePage Scan
114aAnd must this body dieMARYLANDPage Scan
114bReturn, o God of love, returnPage Scan
115How pleasant 'tis to seePage Scan
116Ye that delight to serve the LordPage Scan
117The Lord descended from abovePage Scan
118aBlest morning, whose young dawning raysPage Scan
118bWhen God reveal'd his gracious namePage Scan
119What sorrowful sounds do I hearPage Scan
120aLife like a vain amusement fliesPage Scan
120bRejoice, the Lord is KingPage Scan
121Sing to the Lord that built the skiesPage Scan
122aHis hand will smooth my rugged wayPage Scan
122bO may the church belowPage Scan
123aPreserve me Lord in time of needPage Scan
123bJesus. lover of my soulPage Scan
124Then let my soul march boldly onPage Scan
125Behold the glories of the LambPage Scan
126Thou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamPage Scan
127aSweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
127bAh, lovely appearance of death!Page Scan
128Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voicePage Scan
129There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
130The morning sun shines from the eastPage Scan
131Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
132aJesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
132bWhy do we mourn departing friendsPage Scan
133aJoy to the world, the Lord is comePage Scan
133bO what amazing joys they feelPage Scan
134All glory be to God on highPage Scan
135aOn Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
135bI'll bless the Lord from day to dayPage Scan
136Behold the Saviour of mankindPage Scan
137aLord of the worlds abovePage Scan
137bThy ceaseless, unexhausted lovePage Scan
138Ho! ev'ry one that thirsts draw nighPage Scan
139aPris'ners of hope lift up your headsPage Scan
139bO glor'rous hope of perfect lovePage Scan
140Lord how secure and blest are theyPage Scan
141Ye ransom'd sinners, hearPage Scan
142Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan

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