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The Sacred Melodeon and The Juvenile Numeral Singer

Editor: T. Harrison
Publisher: T. Harrison, Cincinnati, Oh., 1852
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d1As lightly and sweetly we tread
d2Awake to themes of glory
d3Beautiful, sublime, and glorious
d4Being of beings, mighty Lord
d5Christian, see the orient morning
d6Come, come, come, come to the sunset tree
d7Come, ye that love the Savior's name
d8Faintly flow, thou falling river
d9For the truth, then, let us battle
d10Fountain of all goodness
d11From the north and the south
d12Gentle nature, heavenly fair
d13Go thou, in life's fair morning
d14God is love, his mercy brightens
d15God of all created wonder
d16Guide me, O thou great Jehovah
d17Heaven, heaven is a blest region
d18How beauteous is the earth
d19I cannot always trace the way
d20I love to see the glorious sun
d21I praised the earth in beauty seen [green]
d22Jesus, I the cross have taken
d23Lord Jesus, come; for here Our path through wilds is laid
d24Lord of all power and might, Our heart's deep praise is thine
d25O blest art thou whose steps may rove
d26O come, come away, from labor now reposing
d27O could I now but flee away
d28O Fountain of goodness, we render thee praise
d29O God, ten thousand flowers
d30O how glorious and how charming
d31O [Our] God, our help in ages [seasons] past
d32O Thou from whom all goodness flows
d33O thou who hast led us so thus safely along
d34O what a lovely thing
d35Once more the dawning light of day
d36Our God, our Father, and our Friend
d37Our youthful hearts for learning burn
d38Ours is a glorious cause
d39Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him
d40Sweet is the work, O Lord, Thy glorious name to sing
d41Swell the anthem, raise the song
d42The last great moral fight
d43There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d44There was joy in heaven
d45There's a glorious land on high
d46Time is winging us away
d47To thee, the God of liberty
d48To thee, the little children's friend
d49Truth's great anthem now is breaking
d50We come with holy gladness
d51When morning reviveth her beams
d52When on Sinai's top I see
d53When sorrow darkens on life's path
d54When the beauteous spring is here
d55When the orb of morn enlightens
d56Where burns the fireside brightest
d57While thee I [we] seek, protecting power
d58With voices harmonious we'll sing to the Lord
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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