A Selection of Sacred Songs. 2nd ed.

Editor: Elias Nason
Publisher: Moses H. Sargent, Newbury Port, Mass., 1850
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1Father, thy paternal carePage Scan
2Suppliant, lo, thy children bendPage Scan
3While nature welcomes in the dayPage Scan
4Ye tribes of Adam joinPage Scan
5On thy fair bosom, silver lakePage Scan
6Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore himPage Scan
7Along the banks where Babel's current flowsPage Scan
8Begin, my soul, the exalted layPage Scan
9The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I knowPage Scan
10The gift indulgent heaven bestowsPage Scan
11O blest art thou whose steps may rovePage Scan
12There seems a voice in every galePage Scan
13A little word in kindness spokenPage Scan
14How fine has the day been, how bright was the sunPage Scan
15Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so brightPage Scan
16Watchman, tell us of the nightPage Scan
17How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhoodPage Scan
18Lo the heavens are breakingPage Scan
19When twilight's gray and pensive hourPage Scan
20Behold the western evening lightPage Scan
21Brightest and best of the stars of the morningPage Scan
22There is a pure, a peaceful wavePage Scan
23Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
24The bird let loose in eastern skiesPage Scan
25Gently glides the stream of lifePage Scan
26Far from mortal cares retreatingPage Scan
27When shall we three meet againPage Scan
28There's nothing bright above, belowPage Scan
29In sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
30My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
31How cheering the thought, that the spirits in bliissPage Scan
32The sunset is calm on the face of the deepPage Scan
33Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
34Like a dream when one awakethPage Scan
35When marshalled on the nightly plainPage Scan
36By cool Siloam's shady rillPage Scan
37Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
38Soft, soft, music is stealingPage Scan
39Softly now the light of dayPage Scan
40Before the rosy dawn of dayPage Scan
41O joy to thee, joy to thee daughter of sorrowPage Scan
42When the vale of death appearsPage Scan
43While with ceaseless course the sunPage Scan
44Go, when the morning shinethPage Scan
45If solid happiness we prizePage Scan
46Time is winging us awayPage Scan
47Arrayed in clouds of golden lightPage Scan
48There is an hour of hallowed peacePage Scan
49Happy the meek, whose gentle breastPage Scan
50See how, beneath the moon beam's smilePage Scan
51Ye Christian heralds! go proclaimPage Scan
52So fades the lovely, blooming flowerPage Scan
53How blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
54Sleep forsake us! may the soulPage Scan
55God bless our native land, Firm may shePage Scan
56Soon may the last glad song arisePage Scan
57Far, far o'er hill and dellPage Scan
58I would not live alway; I ask not to stayPage Scan
59O thou whose power o'er moving worlds presidesPage Scan
60Traveler, dost thou hear the tidingsPage Scan
61Vale of the cross, the shepherds tellPage Scan
62I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
63The humblest flower that decks the valePage Scan
64How sweet to be allowed to prayPage Scan
65Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
66Forgive thy foes, nor that alonePage Scan
67The pity of the LordPage Scan
68Bright was the guiding star that ledPage Scan
69The mellow eve is glidingPage Scan
70Lo the blithesome lark is soaringPage Scan
71There is a mild and tranquil lightPage Scan
72While Thee I seek, protecting PowerPage Scan
73The rose that blooms in Sharon's valePage Scan
74Thou sweet-gliding Cedron, by thy silver streamPage Scan
75Gently, Lord, O gently lead usPage Scan
76The Prince of Salvation in triumph is ridingPage Scan
77How sweet, how heavenly is the sightPage Scan
78See the gleams of daylight swimPage Scan
79Softly beam the dews of morningPage Scan
80From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
81Blest are the pure in heartPage Scan
82There is an hour of peaceful restPage Scan
83Come to the sunset treePage Scan
84Safely through another weekPage Scan
85There is not in the wide world a valley so sweetPage Scan
86When I can read my title clearPage Scan
87O Pilot, 'tis a fearful nightPage Scan
88How vain is all beneath the skies!Page Scan
89When shall we meet againPage Scan
90The scene was more beautiful far to my eyePage Scan
91As every day, thy mercy sparesPage Scan
92O how brightly how brightly the sun moves alongPage Scan
93Lord, lead my heart to learnPage Scan
94God, that madest earth and HeavenPage Scan
95Be thou, O God, by night, by dayPage Scan
96Let us love one another, not long may we stayPage Scan
97Let us with a joyful mindPage Scan
98Sweet is the scene when Christians diePage Scan
99Child amidst the flowers at playPage Scan
100The spacious firmament on highPage Scan

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