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Wiatt's Impartial Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs from various authors on a variety of useful and entertaining subjects...

Editor: Solomon Wiatt
Publisher: S. Wiatt, Philadelphia, 1809
Language: English
Notes: The hymnal skips and duplicates some numbers. The number in brackets is what the hymnal says. The page scan is missing pages 125-128 and 163-164
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IWhen descending from the skyPage Scan
IISee the gloomy gathering cloudPage Scan
IIIJesus, at thy commandPage Scan
IVListed into the cause of sinPage Scan
VHow happy every child of gracePage Scan
VIHail the gospel jubileePage Scan
VIIVital spark of heavenly flamePage Scan
VIIIBurst ye em'rald gates and bringPage Scan
IXLo, he cometh! countless trumpetsPage Scan
X'Tis my happiness belowPage Scan
XIWhen my Saviour, my Shepherd is nearPage Scan
XIISav'd by grace I live to tellPage Scan
XIIIThe voice of free grace cries, escape to the mountain!Page Scan
XIVCome all ye Zion travellersPage Scan
XVCome all ye mourning pilgrims nowPage Scan
XVIHark my soul the trumpet's soundingPage Scan
XVIIHark! the jubilee is soundingPage Scan
XVIIIJesus! and shall it ever bePage Scan
XIXCome ye that love the Lord indeedPage Scan
XXHail, sov'reign love that first beganPage Scan
XXISee the eternal Judge descendingPage Scan
XXIIThe rising youth espouse the causePage Scan
XXIIIO when shall I see JesusPage Scan
XXIVSing to the great Jehovah's praisePage Scan
XXVLo! the God by whom salvationPage Scan
XXVIYe souls that trust in Christ, rejoicePage Scan
XXVIIDear Jesus here comes and knocks at thy doorPage Scan
XXVIIICome, O thou traveller unknownPage Scan
XXIXYield to me now, for I am weakPage Scan
XXXCome friends and relations let's join heart and handPage Scan
XXXIYe soldiers of Jesus awake from your sleepPage Scan
XXXIICome ye sinners, poor and needyPage Scan
XXXIIIFrom the regions of lovePage Scan
XXXIVThroughout our Saviour's life we tracePage Scan
XXXVDid'st thou dear Jesus suffer shamePage Scan
XXXVIThe Saviour meets his flock todayPage Scan
XXXVIIAll hail the power of Jesus' namePage Scan
XXXVIIIWhat various hindrances we meetPage Scan
XXXIXCome, O my doubting soul, attendPage Scan
XLYe saints attend the Saviour's voicePage Scan
XLIHail the day that sees him risePage Scan
XLIIJesus thy blood and righteousnessPage Scan
XLIIIHark! how the gospel trumpet soundsPage Scan
XLIVNow whilst I try my heartPage Scan
XLVRaise thoughtless sinner, raise thine eyePage Scan
XLVIHark, the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
XLVIIRise my soul and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
XLVIII[XLVII]Luke warm souls the foe grows strongerPage Scan
XLIXStop poor sinner, stop and thinkPage Scan
LThe Lord into his garden's comesPage Scan
L2[L]Through all the world belowPage Scan
LIMy Saviour's name, I'll gladly singPage Scan
LIIA soldier Lord, thou hast me madePage Scan
LIIIWand'ring Pilgrim, mourning ChristianPage Scan
LIVOur souls by love together knitPage Scan
LVOh, how I have long'd for the coming of GodPage Scan
LVIOh! give me Lord my sins to mournPage Scan
LVIIThe glorious day is drawing nighPage Scan
LVIIIAlmighty love inspire Page Scan
LIXJesus, grant us all a blessingPage Scan
LXO God my heart with love inflamePage Scan
LXIJerusalem my happy homePage Scan
LXIII'll sing my Saviour's gracePage Scan
LXIIIMy soul's full of glory, it fires my tonguePage Scan
LXIVNo wonder to mePage Scan
LXVChristians, don't you want a teacherPage Scan
LXVIAttend ye saints and hear me tellPage Scan
LXVIII long to see the season comePage Scan
LXVIIIPrest my soul with future prospectPage Scan
LXIXAh! doleful was the nightPage Scan
LXXIf ever pity mov'd theePage Scan
LXXIO thou God of my salvationPage Scan
LXXIIAwak'd by Sinai's awful soundPage Scan
LXXIIICome all ye mourning pilgrims dearPage Scan
LXXIVThe reason we love friendshipPage Scan
LXXVThe sacred ties of friendshipPage Scan
LXXVIThe trump of the gospel resounds through the landPage Scan
LXXVIITo thee, my God, I hourly sighPage Scan
LXXVIIIA soldier of the cross am IPage Scan
LXXIXWhen Joseph his brethren beheld
LXXXHow lost was my condition
LXXXIJesus Christ the Lord's anointedPage Scan
LXXXIIThy mercies, Lord, to thousands dearPage Scan
LXXXIIIThy boundless mercy Lord I singPage Scan
LXXXIVBy faith I live, by faith I seePage Scan
LXXXVBy thy permission, gracious LordPage Scan
LXXXVILet awful pow'r arrestPage Scan
LXXXVIIFather, omnipotent divinePage Scan
LXXXVIIIYe sons of God, your tongues employPage Scan
LXXXIXBrethren, the Lord divinely wisePage Scan
XC[XCI]Come, then, my brethren, fear no illPage Scan
XCIGreat God, thy kingdom is begunPage Scan
XCIICome, brethren, let us all enquirePage Scan
XCIIIWe travel through a barren landPage Scan
XCIVSee slow and solemn move alongPage Scan
XCVYe mourning souls, with grief oppress'dPage Scan
XCVILord, at thy sacred feetPage Scan
XCVIIWhile in this lower world we dwellPage Scan
XCVIIIWouldst thou, my soul, to heav'n arisePage Scan
XCIXWe dwell among the sons of nightPage Scan

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