Temperance Chimes: comprising a great variety of new music, glees, songs, and hymns, designed for the use of temperance meeting and organizations, glee clubs, bands of hope, and the home circle

Editor: W. B. Bradbury, J. N. Stearns
Publisher: National Temperance Society and Publishing House, New York, 1867
Language: English
Notes: These hymns are numbered by the page numbers.
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104Great God, whose hand outpours [pours out] the rillsPage Scan
104bO Lord, to thee we humbly prayPage Scan
104cO Lord, thy waiting servants blessPage Scan
104dEach effort to redeem our racePage Scan
105Slavery and death the cup containsPage Scan
105bO if for me the cup you fillPage Scan
106We come, but not for gloryPage Scan
106bWith joy we lift our inner gatePage Scan
106cThus are our hearts with each conjoinedPage Scan
106dHail to this noble bandPage Scan
106eGladly we came to hear how sped our causePage Scan
107Friends of Temp'rance, welcome herePage Scan
108Welcome, welcome to our orderPage Scan
108bWelcome, stranger, to this templePage Scan
109God of the Temp'rance causePage Scan
109bGod of Mercy! be thou nearPage Scan
110Hail! all hail! O friends of RIghtPage Scan
110bcome, friends and brethren, all unitePage Scan
111To our noble cause foreverPage Scan
111bFIll all your sparkling glasses highPage Scan
112Sparkling and bright in its liquid lightPage Scan
112bHeavenly Father, give thy blessingPage Scan
112cGreat God! hear thou our prayer tonightPage Scan
113Whatever station we may fillPage Scan
113bBrothers, life has glorious heights for our youthful feet to climbPage Scan
113cHail! all hail, our worthy membersPage Scan
114Now help us, Lord, the pledge to keepPage Scan
114bWhen Rechab's sons, in days of oldPage Scan
115Our meeting now is endedPage Scan
115bWho is thy neighbor?Page Scan
116With joy we hail thy presence herePage Scan
116bCome and join us in our pleasuresPage Scan
116cOnward, still to duty pressingPage Scan
116dAm I my brother's keep?Page Scan
117Meek and lowly, pure and holyPage Scan
117bHoping, ever, failing neverPage Scan
117cO Lord, in mercy blessPage Scan
118Yes, we in those principles joinPage Scan
118bTraveller through a world of dangerPage Scan
119Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
119bFather of mercies condescendPage Scan
120Spirit of love, benign and mildPage Scan
121Once more we here the pledge renewPage Scan
121bA goodly thing it is to meetPage Scan
121cGood night, good night, to every onePage Scan
122Wecome sister, to our numberPage Scan
122bHark! glad voices join the chorusPage Scan
122cWelcome, sister, share the blessingsPage Scan
123Thrice welcome, brother here we meetPage Scan
123bWhatever station we may fillPage Scan
123cWhatever station we may holdPage Scan
123dYes, we in those principles joinPage Scan
124Our cause when first to light it burstPage Scan
124bWelcome, brothers, welcome everPage Scan
125Pledge! brothers, pledge the cause we lovePage Scan
125bOur Father, God abovePage Scan
125cHow good and pleasant 'tis for allPage Scan
126O, Temp'rance! bright star of Life's oceanPage Scan
127There's a shout along the Temp'rance ranksPage Scan

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