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The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion. New edition, thoroughly revised and much enlarged

Publisher: E. W. Miller, Philadelphia, 1854
Editor: William Walker
Language: English
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1Young people all, attention givePage Scan
2Come, ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
3aSalvation! O the joyful sound!Page Scan
3bThou Man of grief, remember mePage Scan
4aToday, if you will hear his voicePage Scan
4bCome, humble sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
5aO thou who hear'st when sinners cryPage Scan
5bMercy, O thou Son of DavidPage Scan
6aJesus, my all, to heav'n is gonePage Scan
6bChildren of the heav'nly KingPage Scan
7aGrace! 'tis a charming soundPage Scan
7bDid Christ o'er sinner's weep?Page Scan
8aAmazing grace! (how sweet the sound)Page Scan
8bLord I cannot let thee goPage Scan
9As on the cross the Saviour hungPage Scan
10aCome, we that love the LordPage Scan
10bAm I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
11Jesus my all to heav'n is gonePage Scan
12How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
13aLord, what is man, poor feeble man!Page Scan
13bSweet is the day of sacred restPage Scan
14Dear friends, farewell, I do you tellPage Scan
15O thou in whose presence my soul takes delightPage Scan
16Hail the blest morn, see the great MediatorPage Scan
17aCome away to the skiesPage Scan
17bOnce more, my soul, the rising dayPage Scan
18I am a great complainer, that bears the name of ChristPage Scan
19aThe time is swiftly rolling onPage Scan
19bWelcome, welcome, ev'ry guestPage Scan
20How painfully pleasing the fond recollectionPage Scan
22aO come, loud anthems let us singPage Scan
22bSo fades the lovely, blooming flow'rPage Scan
23aCome, ye that love the LordPage Scan
23bMercy, O thou son of DavidPage Scan
24aThe faithless world, promiscuous flowsPage Scan
24bWill God for ever cast us off!Page Scan
25aSaw ye my SaviorPage Scan
25bWhen shall we all meet again?Page Scan
26I love my blessed SaviourPage Scan
27aMy soul, repeat his praisePage Scan
27bWhen I can read my title clearPage Scan
28Afflictions, though they seem severePage Scan
29Remember, sinful youth, you must die, you must diePage Scan
30Our cheerful voices let us raisePage Scan
31aAnd am I born to die?Page Scan
31bTeach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
32When the midnight cry began, O what lamentationPage Scan
33Though troubles assail, and dangers affrightPage Scan
34aCome, O thou traveller unknownVERNONPage Scan
34bFarewell, my dear brethren, the time is at handPage Scan
35aThe cross of Christ inspires my heartPage Scan
35bFarewell, my lovely friends, farewellPage Scan
36Bright scenes of glory strike my sensePage Scan
37I find myself placed in a state of probationPage Scan
38My Shepherd will supply my needPage Scan
39aWho is this that comes from farPage Scan
39bFrom whence does this union arisePage Scan
40aDo not I love thee, O my Lord?Page Scan
40bNo more beneath th'oppressive handPage Scan
41The people called ChristiansPage Scan
42Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
43Hark! don't you hear the turtle dovePage Scan
44While beauty and youth are in their full primePage Scan
45Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
46The day is past and gonePage Scan
47Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
48aBroad is the road that leads to deathPage Scan
48bCome, humble sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
49How lost was my conditionPage Scan
50Through all the world belowPage Scan
51On Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
52By Babel's streams we sat and weptPage Scan
53aO when shall I see Jesus, and dwell with him abovePage Scan
53bHe dies, the Friend of sinners dies!Page Scan
54Oh! may I worthy prove to seePage Scan
55O, once I had a glorious viewPage Scan
56Come all, who love my Lord and masterPage Scan
57The chariot! the chariot! its wheels roll in firePage Scan
58Come on, my partners in distressPage Scan
59O tell me no more of this world's vain store!Page Scan
60In seasons of grief to my God I'll repairPage Scan
61Brethren, don't you hear the sound?Page Scan
62Come, little children, now we mayPage Scan
63There is a land of pleasurePage Scan
64Come, thou fount of ev'ry blessingPage Scan
65The watchmen blow the trumpet roundPage Scan
66Religion is the chief concernPage Scan
67Dismiss us with thy blessing, LordPage Scan
68No more beneath th'oppressive handPage Scan
69How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
70To leave my dear friends, and with neighbors to partPage Scan
71How tedious and tasteless the hoursPage Scan
72aReturn, O God of love, returnPage Scan
72bRise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
73When in death I shall calm reclinePage Scan
74A few more days on earth to spendPage Scan
75The time is soon comingPage Scan
76Why do we mourn departing friends?Page Scan
77Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
78Ye nations all, on you I callPage Scan

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