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A Selection of Psalms and Hymns: for every Sunday and principle festival throughout the year for the use of congregations in the Diocess of Quebec

Editor: Lord Bishop
Music Editor: W. Warren
Publisher: Robert Stanton, Toronto, Ont., 1835
Denomination: United Church of England and Ireland: Diocese of Quebec
Notes: Hymns are organized by tune and listed by page numbers.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
4aHave mercy, Lord, on mePage Scan
4bFrom the lowest depths of woePage Scan
4cTo God, with mournful voicePage Scan
6aTo God, in whom I trustPage Scan
6bSince mercy is the gracePage Scan
6cThy mercy, Lord, displayPage Scan
8aDefend me, Lord, from shamePage Scan
8bWhate'er events betidePage Scan
8cBlest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
10aThy mercies and thy lovePage Scan
10bWithdraw not thou thyselfPage Scan
10cSoldiers of Christ, arisePage Scan
12aWithdraw not thou thy helpPage Scan
12bTo bless thy chosen racePage Scan
12cHow beauteous are their feetPage Scan
12dCome ye that love the LordPage Scan
13aThe gentle Saviour callsPage Scan
14aO thou, to whom all creatures bowPage Scan
14bThe spacious earth is all the Lord'sPage Scan
14cBless'd is the man whom thou, O LordPage Scan
16aThe Lord from heav'n beholds the justPage Scan
16bHow just and merciful is God!Page Scan
16cHow vast must their advantage bePage Scan
16dThe Lord, who made both heav'n and earthPage Scan
18aWhen all thy mercies, O my GodPage Scan
18bAlas! what hourly dangers risePage Scan
18cCome, Holy Spirit, heav'nly dovePage Scan
18dWitness, ye men and angels, nowPage Scan
19aContinue, Lord, to hear my voicePage Scan
20aLord, who's the happy man that mayPage Scan
20bThe statutes of the Lord are justPage Scan
20cWe build with fruitless cost, unlessPage Scan
20dO for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
22aSince I have plac'd my trust in GodPage Scan
22bO Lord, the Saviour and defencePage Scan
22cHigh let us swell our tuneful notesPage Scan
22dWith one consent let all the earthPage Scan
23aBut thou, O Lord, art my defencePage Scan
25aGod's faithful promise I will praisePage Scan
25bWe will not hide them from our sonsPage Scan
26aI'll celebrate thy praises, LordPage Scan
26bHow happy then are they, to whomPage Scan
26cSing to the Lord a new-made songPage Scan
26dO 'twas a joyful sound to hearPage Scan
28aWhile shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightPage Scan
28bWhen sinners utter boasting wordsPage Scan
28cBlest is the man, whose soft'ning heartPage Scan
28dOn Zion and on LebanonPage Scan
29How bless'd is he who ne'er consentsPage Scan
29bErect your heads, eternal gatesPage Scan
30aTo celebrate thy praise, O LordPage Scan
30bO God, my heart is fully bentPage Scan
30cO praise the Lord with hymns of joyPage Scan
32aThy presence why withdraw'st thou, LordPage Scan
32bThy chast'ning wrath, O Lord, restrainPage Scan
32cHow David, when by sin deceiv'dPage Scan
32dWhen youth and age are snatch'd awayPage Scan
34aThrough all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
34bHark, the glad sound! the Saviour comesPage Scan
34cHappy the man whose tender carePage Scan
36aThe lips that with deceit aboundPage Scan
36bAs pants the hart for cooling streamsPage Scan
36cAmong the gods there's non like thePage Scan
36dO render thanks, and bless the LordPage Scan
38aLet all the lands with shouts of joyPage Scan
38bWho place on Zion's God their trustPage Scan
38cWith cheerful notes let all the earthPage Scan
40aO God of Hosts, the mighty LordPage Scan
40bO God, by whom the seed is giv'nPage Scan
40cGod moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
40dTo thee we come, our God, to theePage Scan
42aAttend, O earth, whilst I declarePage Scan
42bThe Lord himself, the mighty LordPage Scan
42cFalse witnesses, with forg'd complaintsPage Scan
42dO come all ye that fear the LordPage Scan
43aAlmighty father of mankindPage Scan
44aLord, hear the voice of my complaintPage Scan
44bTeach me thy way, O Lord, and IPage Scan
44cThe strong foundations of the earthPage Scan
44dO praise the Lord, for he is goodPage Scan
46aThe heav'ns declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
46bLord, hear my pray'r, and to my cryPage Scan
46cOh, help us, Lord! each hour of needPage Scan
46dCome Holy Ghost, Creator, comePage Scan
48aHow long wilt thou be angry, Lord?Page Scan
48bFor ever and for ever, LordPage Scan
48cThou art the righteous judge, in whomPage Scan
48dThe angel comes, he comes to reapPage Scan
50aO God, our Saviour, all our heartsPage Scan
50bThee I'll extol, my God and KingPage Scan
50cO God of Bethel! by whose handPage Scan
50dThere is a land of pure delightPage Scan
51aGod of our lives, thy various praisePage Scan
52aIn thee I put my steadfast trustPage Scan
52bIn thee I put my steadfast trustPage Scan
52cThe sun of righteousness appearsPage Scan
54aHow good and pleasant must it bePage Scan
54bFather of mercies! in thy wordPage Scan
54cHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
54dOh! for a closer walk with GodPage Scan

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