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A Selection of Hymns, from the Best Authors

Editor: Paul Himes, Jonathan Wilson
Publisher: Clark and Hunt, Greenfield, Mass., 1817
Language: English
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201Throughout our Savior's life we tracePage Scan
202The Lord into his garden comesPage Scan
203The voice of free grace cries escapePage Scan
204The fields, they are white, and the harvest is nearPage Scan
205The great tremendous day's approachingPage Scan
206Through tribulation [tribulations] deepPage Scan
207Thou hast me, Lord, a soldier madePage Scan
208The Son of Man they did betrayPage Scan
209There fell from God's favor two exiles [rebels in] of [from] EdenPage Scan
210'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
211Waked by the gospel's powerful [joyful] soundPage Scan
212Whene'er I look into thy wordPage Scan
213What think you [ye], my friends, of the preaching of JohnPage Scan
214What think ye [you] of Christ, is the testPage Scan
215We're on our journey homePage Scan
216What sound is this salutes mine [my] earPage Scan
217With pleasure [we] behold that [the] city of goldPage Scan
218When weeping Mary came to seekPage Scan
219Why stand you here idle, my friends, all the dayPage Scan
220Young people, all, attention givePage Scan
221aYe sons of the main, ye that [who] sail o'er the floodPage Scan
221bIs there anybody here that seeks salvationPage Scan
222O that poor sinners did but knowPage Scan
223When Joseph his brethren beheldPage Scan
224Our souls by love together knitPage Scan
225Hosanna to Jesus, I'm fill'd with his praisesPage Scan
226Oh! hearken sinners, we have comePage Scan
227Rejoice my friend, the Lord is KingPage Scan
228How charming, O! how charmingPage Scan
229Time, time, how few thy value weigh!Page Scan
230Come, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
231The traitor comes, with ruffian crewPage Scan
232Bound in a malefactor's chainsPage Scan
233There is a God that reigns abovePage Scan
234Salvation! what a glorious planPage Scan
235Alas! by nature how deprav'dPage Scan
236Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
237Now begin the heavenly themePage Scan
238The fountain of Christ, Lord, help us to singPage Scan
239Hail! mighty Jesus; how divinePage Scan
240Prostrate, dear Jesus, at thy feetPage Scan
241Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
242Rejoice, the Lord is kingPage Scan
243How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
244Deep are the wounds which sin hath madePage Scan
245Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
246Glory to God on high!Page Scan
247World adieu! thou real cheatPage Scan

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