Temperance Hymn Book and Minstrel

Editor: J. Marsh
Publisher: American Temperance Union, New York, N.Y., 1843
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d1A beacon has been lighted
d2All ye who laugh and sport with death
d3And are ye sure the news is true
d4Another year has run its round
d5Away from the revel
d6Be days of drinking wine forgot
d7Be with me, Lord, throughout this day
d8Belshazzar is king, Belshazzar is lord
d9Blow the temperance trumpet, blow
d10By the grant of our Creator
d11Can anything be done for thee
d12Can we forget the gloomy time
d13Cheerily, cheerily sound the joyful strain
d14Children who have rallied now
d15Come, behold the drunkard dying
d16Come friends and brethren [comrades], all unite
d17Come join in our temperance army
d18Come sons of Columbia, while proudly and high
d19Come to the temperance hall
d20Come, ye messengers of mercy
d21Crystal streamlet, gently flowing
d22Dash down the cup, drink not the draught
d23Dash the floor that bowl
d24Daughter of nations awake from thy slumbers
d25Daughter of Zion, awake from thy sadness
d26Delay not, delay not: O sinner [drunkard] draw near
d27Farewell to the cup
d28Friends of freedom, swell the song
d29Friends of man and foes to madness
d30Hail, day of joy, whose glad return
d31Hail, temperance, fair celestial ray
d32Hail, the new year jubilee
d33Hallelujah, we sing to the Savior of man
d34Hand me the bowl, ye jovial band
d35He was a virtuous youth
d36Heavenly Father, give thy blessing
d37Help us to feel for drunken man
d38Hosannas, Lord, to thee we sing
d39How bright the page whose every thought
d40How long, O God, how long
d41How long shall virtue languish
d42Hurrah, hurrah, we've burst the chain
d43I heard a voice from heaven
d44I saw a youth in his father's hall
d45I spring from the rock, from the mountain side
d46If one bright spot there is on earth
d47Intemperance, like a raging flood
d48Intemperance rears its sinful towers
d49I've thrown the bowl aside
d50Land of Columbia, awake from thy slumbers
d51Let him who may think
d52Let temperance and her sons rejoice
d53List, shipmates, to a seaman's lay
d54Lo the temperance banner floating
d55Lo Zion droops in vain in vain
d56Long and gloomy was the night
d57Lord of heaven and earth, assist us
d58Luff up, boys, clew up, and furl every sail
d59Mid sorrows and sadness I'm destined to roam
d60Mournful and sad upon my ear
d61No more the sparkling glass invites
d62O, dear what can the matter be
d63O is there not now any fireman's song
d64O say, can you see on this bright dawning day
d65O, shun the bowl, the draught beware
d66O, shun the bowl, when rich delight
d67O soft sleep the hills on their sunny repose
d68O that the Lord would hear my cry
d69O thou Source of ills unnumbered
d70O 'tis a joyful sound to hear
d71O touch it not, for deep within
d72O turn the wine glass away
d73O water for me bright water for me
d74O what has made the grog men sigh
d75O wild is the path of the sons of the sea
d76O'er Arabia's dreary sands, Isr'l passed to distant lands
d77On this glad day, O God, we would
d78On this joyous day, while the cannon's loud voice
d79On to the conflict, freedon on
d80Only this once, the wine cup glowed
d81Onward, onward, all victorious
d82Onward, onward, band victorious
d83Our country's banners play
d84Our youthful hearts with [for] temperance burn
d85Parent of the great creation
d86Pledge for the chieftain immortal in story
d87Pledged in a noble cause
d88Praise to the Lord on high
d89Prepare for the battle attend to the sound
d90Raise your banner high in air
d91Rejoice, rejoice, the temperance cause advances
d92Rise and shine through [o'er] every nation
d93Round the temperance standard rally
d94Shall the bone and muscle
d95Some sing the praise of rosy wine
d96Son of sorrow, Son of sorrow
d97Sons and daughters of the pilgrims
d98Source of being, Holy Father
d99Sparkling and bright in its liquid light
d100Speed, speed the temperance ship

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