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Southern and Western Pocket Harmonist: intended as an appendix to Southern Harmony

Editor: William Walker
Publisher: Charles Desilver and G. G. Evans, Philadelphia, 1860
Notes: Dr. David Warren Steel (in litt.) says the 1860 print is a reprint of the January, 1846 edition.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
129We shall see a light appearPage Scan
130Children of the heav'nly king as we journeyPage Scan
131O, who will join and help me singPage Scan
132We have our trials here belowPage Scan
134How tedious and tasteless the hoursPage Scan
135Jesus is our great salvationPage Scan
136Our souls by love together knitPage Scan
139The finest flow'r that e'er was knownPage Scan
140Afflictions, though they seem severePage Scan
142Hark! hark! - a Saviour's voice!Page Scan
145Hark! how the gospel trumpet sounds!Page Scan
146Thou whose almighty wordPage Scan
147I sing a song which doth belongAN ADDRESS FOR ALLPage Scan
148Come, my soul, and let us tryPage Scan
149Whither goest thou, pilgrim strangerPage Scan
150O, who will join and help me singPage Scan
151Jesus grant us all a blessingPage Scan
152Ye sons of war, I pray draw nearPage Scan
154Come all ye soldiers of the crossPage Scan
156Jesus, at thy commandPage Scan
157Mary to the Saviour's tombPage Scan
158Jesus, my all, to heaven is gonePage Scan
159'Tis my desire with God to walkPage Scan
160O when shall I see JesusPage Scan
161Come, ye that love the Lord Page Scan
162Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgivePage Scan
163The trumpets are a soundingPage Scan
164Hark, my soul, it is the LordPage Scan
165The time draws nigh, I must go homePage Scan
166O may I worthy prove to seePage Scan
167I've listed in the holy warPage Scan
168Jesus, my all, to heaven is gonePage Scan
169Yes, my native land, I love theePage Scan
170I've listed in the holy warPage Scan
171Hail, thou happy morn, so glorious!Page Scan
172Come, thou fount of every blessingPage Scan
173Jesus, my all, to heaven is gonePage Scan
174'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaintsPage Scan

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