A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors.: including a great number of originals: intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watts's Psalms and Hymns. (Woodward's rev. and corr. ed.; Sterotype ed.)

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Editor: John Rippon, William Staughton
Publisher: Joseph J. Woodward, Philadelphia, Penn., 1826
Author: Isaac Watts
Language: English
Notes: Hymns in the Appendix are numbered separately.
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444Thus it became the Prince of gracePage Scan
445Humble souls, who [that] seek salvationPage Scan
446Dear Lord, and will [has] thy pardoning lovePage Scan
447When Abraham's servant to procurePage Scan
448Thus was the great Redeemer plungedPage Scan
449Jesus, mighty King in [of] ZionPage Scan
450See how the willing converts tracePage Scan
451Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
452Great God, we in thy courts appearPage Scan
453How great, how solemn is the workPage Scan
454Go teach the [all] nations and baptizePage Scan
455Whate'er to thee, our Lord, belongsPage Scan
456Hosanna to the Church's HeadPage Scan
457Behold the grave where Jesus layPage Scan
458Come, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
459We to this place are come to showPage Scan
460Eternal Spirit, heav'nly dovePage Scan
461Ye, who your native vileness mournPage Scan
462Jesus, my Saviour, and my allPage Scan
463Amazing grace! and shall I stillPage Scan
464Apostles trod this holy groundPage Scan
465With lowly minds, and lofty songsPage Scan
466To Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
468Descend, celestial DovePage Scan
469Proclaim, saith Christ, my wondrous gracePage Scan
470Attend, ye children of your [our] GodPage Scan
471The holy eunuch, when baptizedPage Scan
472What heavenly Man, or lovely [mighty] GodPage Scan
473Ye wretched, hungry, starving poor Behold a royal feastPage Scan
474He dies, the friend of sinners diesPage Scan
475Jesus, O word divinely sweetPage Scan
476Thus we commemorate the dayPage Scan
477Jesus, when faith with fixed eyesPage Scan
478Come, see on bloody CalvaryPage Scan
479Now far above these [the] starry skiesPage Scan
480Now let our faith grow strong and risePage Scan
481No more, dear Savior, will I boastPage Scan
482Lord, at thy table I [we] behold The wonders of thy gracePage Scan
483Here at thy table, Lord, we meet to feedPage Scan
484So fair a face bedewed with tearsPage Scan
485And did the Holy and the JustPage Scan
486The king of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
487To Jesus our exalted Lord, dear [that] [the] name by heaven and earth adoredPage Scan
488To our Redeemer's glorious name, awake the sacred songPage Scan
489Come every pious heartPage Scan
490Lord, I am thine, entirely thine, Purchased and saved by blood divinePage Scan
491To thee, let my [our] first offering [offerings] risePage Scan
492With thee, great God, the stores of lightPage Scan
493Lord, I am vile, what shall I sayPage Scan
494See how the morning [mounting] [rising] sunPage Scan
495Great God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
496Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]Page Scan
497Now from the altar of my heart [our hearts]Page Scan
498The icy chains that bound the earthPage Scan
499From winter's barren clodsPage Scan
500Behold, long wished for spring is herePage Scan
501The spring great God at thy commandPage Scan
502How hast thou, Lord, from year to yearPage Scan
503O the immense, the amazing heightPage Scan
504To praise the ever beauteous LordPage Scan
505See how the little toiling antPage Scan
506Stern winter throws his [her] [its] icy chainsPage Scan
507See how rude winter's icy handPage Scan
508Eternal source of every joyPage Scan
509Come thou fount of every blessingPage Scan
510Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
511God of my life, to thee belong [belongs]Page Scan
512I my Ebenezer raisePage Scan
513Since Jesus freely [purely] did appearPage Scan
514Kindred in Christ, for his dear [name's] sakePage Scan
515For a season called to partPage Scan
516Thy presence, everlasting [ever living] God [Lord]Page Scan
517How soft the word [words] my [our] Savior speaksPage Scan
518Ye hearts with youthful vigor warmPage Scan
519Now let a true [pure] ambition risePage Scan
520Must all the charms [thoughts] of nature thenPage Scan
521With humble heart and tongue, my GodPage Scan
522Now let our hearts conspire to raisePage Scan
523Blest is the man whose heart expandsPage Scan
524Eternal God, enthroned on highPage Scan
525See, gracious God [Lord], before thy thronePage Scan
526When Abraham, full of sacred awePage Scan
527Lord, how shall wretched sinners darePage Scan
528While o'er our guilty land, O LordPage Scan
529To thee, who reignest supreme abovePage Scan
530On us, oppressed beneath thy strokePage Scan
531Great Ruler of the earth and skiesPage Scan
532Praise to the Lord, who bows his earPage Scan
533Holy Lord, God I love thy truthPage Scan
534Say, should we search the globe aroundPage Scan
535What hath God wrought, might Isreal sayPage Scan
536Great Lord of all, thy matchless powerPage Scan
537Thou only center of my restPage Scan
538Lord, I am pained; but I resign My body to thy willPage Scan
539Death, with his dread commission sealedPage Scan
540aDost thou my profit seekPage Scan
540bThe fabrick of nature is fairPage Scan
541aIn the floods of tribulationPage Scan
541bAwhile remained the doubtful strifePage Scan
542aSovereign of life, I [we] own thy handPage Scan

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