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The Song Victor for the Sunday School and Public School Use

Editor: R. A. Glenn
Publisher: F. W. Helmick, Cincinnati, 1878
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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8Now the bells are ringingPage Scan
9Touch not the cup, it is death to thy soul[Touch not the cup, it is death to thy soul]Page Scan
12Sparkling and bright in its liquid lightPage Scan
14Come, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
15Good evening, dear teacherPage Scan
16O swift we go, o'er the fleecy snowPage Scan
17Glory to the Father givePage Scan
18Live for something, be not idlePage Scan
19The word from heaven is spoken, and will never pass awayPage Scan
20How still is the hour of this calm, silent nightPage Scan
22Oh, let me ever love to singPage Scan
23I think there are some maximsPage Scan
24When the lessons and tasks are all endedPage Scan
25Hark, how the bells are ringing, steady they callPage Scan
26Oh, come with me, and we will goPage Scan
27Once there was a little KittyPage Scan
28Come, children, and join in our festival songPage Scan
30She is sleeping, calmly sleepingPage Scan
31Come, boys, I have something to tell youPage Scan
33Any little corner, LordPage Scan
34Oh, I love to think of my dear SaviorPage Scan
35Come, come, come, The summer now is herePage Scan
37Sow in the morn thy seedPage Scan
38The north wind doth blow, and we shall have snowPage Scan
39'Midst sorrow and carePage Scan
40Twinkle, twinkle, little starPage Scan
41Your neighbor's name, Or friend's fair famePage Scan
42I am thinking tonight of my old cottage homePage Scan
44Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
46By the love of Christ constrainingPage Scan
47Twilight is stealing Over the seaPage Scan
48As a moonbeam brightly shiningPage Scan
50Stick to your pledge, boys, stick like a manPage Scan
51We now must sing our parting songPage Scan
52Rock of ages, cleft for mePage Scan
53There is a glorious world of lightPage Scan
54Oh, when shall we sweetly removePage Scan
55I am waiting for the angelsPage Scan
56Come and seek thy blessed SaviorPage Scan
57Will you come and join our army?Page Scan
58Take our hands in thine, dear FatherPage Scan
59I'm going to heaven by-and-byPage Scan
60Come and join in our Sabbath songPage Scan
62We pray for those who do not prayPage Scan
63There is a land of promisePage Scan
64We read of a beautiful home abovePage Scan
65aAm I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
65bWhen I can read my title clearPage Scan
65cTell me, brothers, will you meet me?Page Scan
66Is life a dream, and death the boonPage Scan
67Make me thine, Lord, thine entirelyPage Scan
68A beautiful home by faith I can seePage Scan
70Oh, by and by, thank God, I'll seePage Scan
71aMine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the LordPage Scan
71bO, do not be discouraged, For Jesus is your FriendPage Scan
71cO for a heart to praise my God!Page Scan
71d'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
71eI think, when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
72Hark, the voices of the happy throngPage Scan
73Oh, thou Fount of every blessingPage Scan
74The moment a sinner believesPage Scan
75Fear not to trust and bearPage Scan
76I bring my heart, O Lord, to theePage Scan
77aShow pity, Lord! O Lord, forgive!Page Scan
77bOut on an ocean all boundless we ridePage Scan
78A Fountain of life and of gracePage Scan
80Who will go and work for JesusPage Scan
81Our Father in heaven, We hallow thy namePage Scan
82In that beautiful home over therePage Scan
83With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
84Hail, all hail, this glad new yearPage Scan
85All hail the power of Jesus' namePage Scan
86Send the tidings o'er the seaPage Scan
87Tho' poor my condition while here I may bePage Scan
88'Tis sweet to reflect on the joys that await mePage Scan
89aJesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
89bAlas! and did my Savior bleed?Page Scan
90A few more years shall rollPage Scan
91Hosanna be the children's songPage Scan
92I am bound for that bright and happy landPage Scan
93Nearer, yet nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
94Slow falls the night with darkly shadows roundPage Scan
95Hark! what joyous bells are ringing!Page Scan
96We shall meet again; How sweet the time will bePage Scan
97When the tempest gathers round mePage Scan
98In the golden sunlight, shining bright and fairPage Scan
99aJesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
99bO bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
100There's a land 'mid the stars, we are toldPage Scan
101Grace, 'tis a charming soundPage Scan
102Blest hour when righteous souls shall meetPage Scan
103They who would do the Master's willPage Scan
104Nearer, my God, to TheePage Scan
105Blessed servants of God who are fearless in dutyPage Scan
106Almost persuaded, Yet I delayPage Scan
107Oh, happy saints, that dwell in lightPage Scan
108There is no one that careth like JesusPage Scan
109Come and join our great commandPage Scan
110aPleasant is the Sabbath bellPage Scan
110bAsleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Page Scan

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