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Bradbury's Sabbath School Melodies, and Family Choir: a complete collection of hymns and music for all Sabbath school occasions

Editor: William B. Bradbury
Publisher: Ivison & Phinney, New York, 1850
Language: English
Notes: The hymnal skips some numbers and uses some twice in which case the numbers in the brackets are from the hymnal.
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1There seems a voice in every galePage Scan
2We are but young--yet we may singPage Scan
3Why have we lips, if not to singPage Scan
4I'll awake at dawn on the Sabbath dayPage Scan
6Oh, blest art thou, whose steps may rovePage Scan
7How sweetly on yon tranquil streamPage Scan
8We meet to sing with teachers dearPage Scan
9Jesus, in Christian love we meetPage Scan
10In life's gay morn let children learnPage Scan
11Great God; to thee my evening songPage Scan
12While in the world we still remainPage Scan
13Great God of Nations, now to theePage Scan
14In life's young morn of rising youthPage Scan
15Soft be the gently breathing notesPage Scan
16A mourning class, a vacant seatPage Scan
17Lord, let our prayers to thee ascendPage Scan
18The voice is hushed--the gentle voicePage Scan
19Guardian of souls, throughout my daysPage Scan
20I love to have the Sabbath comePage Scan
21Another six days' work is donePage Scan
22When morning comes the birds arisePage Scan
23To God the Father, God the SonPage Scan
24Great God! and wilt thou be so kindPage Scan
25This is a precious book indeedPage Scan
26Oft as the bell, with solemn tollPage Scan
27The Bible! the Bible! more precious than goldPage Scan
28Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleepPage Scan
29What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
30How sweet the hour of closing dayPage Scan
31Great God! behold before thy thronePage Scan
32Dear Saviour, if these lambs should strayPage Scan
33Come hither, all ye weary souls!Page Scan
34'Tis finished--so the Saviour criedPage Scan
35Jesus! and shall it ever bePage Scan
36Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
37Jesus, the condescending kingPage Scan
38The Lord is here! he sees us tooPage Scan
39O Lord, behold before thy thronePage Scan
40When I look up to yonder skyPage Scan
41What are those soul-reviving strainsPage Scan
42Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
43How precious is the book divinePage Scan
44Lord, I would own thy tender carePage Scan
45My God, who makes the sun to knowPage Scan
46See, the day is dawning!Page Scan
47O come, let us sing, Our youthful hearts now swellingPage Scan
48Soon as I heard my Father sayPage Scan
49In vain I search creation o'erPage Scan
50Why should we spend our youthful daysPage Scan
51Now condescend, Almighty KingPage Scan
52See the kind Shepherd, Jesus, standsPage Scan
53When Jesus left his Father's thronePage Scan
54I love the Sabbath school--the placePage Scan
55Sweet Sabbath school, place dear to mePage Scan
56We hail once more the welcome dayPage Scan
57By cool Siloam's shady rillPage Scan
58Almighty Father, heavenly King!Page Scan
59Happy the child whose tender yearsPage Scan
60Jerusalem! my glorious homePage Scan
61Almighty Father, gracious LordPage Scan
62Come, let us join the hosts abovePage Scan
63What heavenly music do I hearPage Scan
64We lay thee in the silent tombPage Scan
65Our souls, by love together knitPage Scan
66Behold once more the morning sunPage Scan
67Prayer is the soul's sincere desirePage Scan
68Lift up to God the voice of praisePage Scan
69All nature shews in various viewsPage Scan
70Whence those unusual bursts of joyPage Scan
71O for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
72Come, happy souls, approach your GodPage Scan
73Welcome the sweet, the sacred hour!Page Scan
74I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
75The Sabbath bell! how sweet to mePage Scan
76How sweet and heavenly is the sightPage Scan
77Come, children, hail the Prince of peacePage Scan
78There's not a tint that paints the rosePage Scan
79To Thee, the little children's friendPage Scan
80I saw one hanging on a treePage Scan
81And canst thou, sinner, slightPage Scan
82The Saviour kindly calls Our children to his breastPage Scan
83Did Christ o'er sinners weepPage Scan
84A dread and solemn hourPage Scan
85The lilies of the fieldPage Scan
86Come to the mercy-seatPage Scan
87Come, little children, comePage Scan
88Sweet is the work, O LordPage Scan
89How sweet to bless the LordPage Scan
90Ye angels round the thronePage Scan
91Once more before we partPage Scan
92Come, join our Sabbath songPage Scan
93How sweet the melting layPage Scan
96All the week we spendPage Scan
98When our fathers, long agoPage Scan
100Hark! that shout of rapturous joyPage Scan
101Littlle travellers ZionwardPage Scan
102Happy would it be for mePage Scan
103Sing, my soul, his wondrous lovePage Scan
104Little raindrops feed the rillPage Scan
105Every bird can build her nestPage Scan

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