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Sacred Melodies: a Collection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs, for the Use of Families. 1st ed.

Editor: William R. Babcock
Publisher: Alanson R. Knox, Danville, N.Y., 1845
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d1As fades the landscape from the sight
d2As near to Calvary I pass
d3As on the cross the Savior hung
d4Blest hour, when mortal man retires [aspires]
d5Burst, ye emerald [pearly] gates, and bring
d6By faith I view my Savior dying
d7Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d8Christian, the morn breaks sweetly [gently] o'er thee
d9Christian, when duty plainly calls
d10Come fainting soul forget thy woes
d11Death shall not destroy my comfort [comforts], Christ shall guide me through the gloom
d12Drooping souls no longer grieve, Heaven
d13Forever with the Lord [our God], amen, so let it be
d14From every stormy wind [sense] that blows
d15From Greenland's icy mountains
d16Gently glides the stream of life
d17Go, my brother, God doth call thee
d18God and his law are my delight
d19Hail, sacred Sabbath day
d20Hail the blest morn when [see] the great Mediator
d21Hail ye hosts of seraphs bright
d22Hail ye sighing sons of sorrow
d23Hark, ten thousand harps and voices
d24Hark, the voice of love and mercy
d25Hasten, Lord, the glorious time
d26Have faith, 'twill raise thy soul above
d27Have ye heard, have ye heard of that sunbright chime
d28Here o'er the earth as a stranger I roam
d29Holy Book, thy sacred pages
d30How hath he loved us, Ask the star
d31How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
d32I am fading away to the land of the blest
d33I love to steal awhile away
d34I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
d35I'm tired with [of] visits, modes and forms
d36Inspirer of secret devotion
d37Is there a time when moments flow
d38It breaks, the cloud that hung across
d39Jesus, I love thy blessed name
d40Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leave
d41Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d42Jesus, thou art the sinner's friend
d43Jesus, to every willing mind
d44Life is a fitful shadowed hour
d45Life's path, it is a dreary one
d46Lo a star o'er Bethlehem rising
d47Lo he cometh countless trumpets
d48Lo what a pleasant sight
d49Love divine, all loves [love] excelling
d50Mercies, my God like waters
d51Mid [midst] scenes of confusion and creature complaints
d52Must Simon bear the [his] cross alone
d53Now Christ is risen from the dead
d54O joyful thought, O rapturous words
d55O land of rest, for thee I weep
d56O Pilot, 'tis a fearful night
d57O [Sweet] land for [of] rest for thee I sigh
d58Our souls are in his mighty hand
d59Pilgrim, is thy journey drear
d60Religion is the chief concern
d61Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings
d62Savior, Prince, enthroned above
d63See the Lord of glory dying
d64See, 'tis a mortal dying
d65Shed not a tear, o'er your friend's early bier
d66Since man by sin has lost [gone from] [strayed from] his God
d67Sinner, spare that name
d68Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovely
d69Solitude, divinely pleasing
d70Sweet rivers of redeeming love
d71Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
d72The chariot, the chariot, its wheels roll [in] fire
d73The day is past and gone, the evening shades appear
d74The night is wearing fast away
d75The pearl that [the] worldlings covet
d76There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d77There is a hope, a blessed hope
d78There is a place where my hope is [hopes are] stayed [staid]
d79There is a star whose heavenly light
d80There is an hour more bland than all
d81There's a Friend above all others, O how he loves
d82Thy Spirit, Lord, surrounds me still
d83To heaven I'm bound with prosperous gales
d84To leave my dear friends, and with [from] my neighbors [kindred] to depart
d85Trust thou not in worldly pleasures
d86What glory gilds the sacred page
d87What is life, 'tis but [all] a vapor
d88What is the thing of greatest [highest] price
d89What is this world with all its store
d90What sound is this, a song [sound] through heaven resounding
d91What sound is this salutes mine [my] ear
d92What though this weary clay shall lie
d93What's this that steals, that steals upon my frame
d94When flashing frenzy racks the brain
d95When for [the] eternal [heavenly] world [worlds] I [we] steer
d96When languor and disease invade
d97When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plain
d98When pulse beats low and cheeks grow pale
d99Where two or three together meet
d100Why should I wish a longer stay

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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