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The Wesleyan Sacred Harp: a collection of choice tunes and hymns for prayer class and camp meetings, choirs and congregational singing

Editor: Rev. W. McDonald, S. Hubbard, Esq
Publisher: John P. Jewett and Company, Boston, 1855
Denomination: Methodist Episcopal Church (North)
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
235Happy the spirit released from its clayPage Scan
236Here o'er the earth, as a stranger I roamPage Scan
237aLo! round the throne, a glorious bandPage Scan
237bWhen gracious Lord, when shall it bePage Scan
238I have sought round the verdant earth, for unfading joyPage Scan
239Hark! those bell-tones sweetly pealingPage Scan
240"Good news! good news to thee, perishing sinner!"Page Scan
241When for eternal worlds we steerPage Scan
242The chariot! The chariot! its wheels roll in firePage Scan
243O, the wondrous love of Jesus!Page Scan
244Jesus died on Calvary's mountainPage Scan
245O, I have roamed thro' many landsPage Scan
246When the storm of the mountain on Galilee fellPage Scan
248Were not the sinful Mary's tearsPage Scan
249aThere are angels hov'ring roundPage Scan
249bTo-day the Saviour callsPage Scan
250O how happy are theyPage Scan
251I'm weary, I'm weary; the loved and the blestPage Scan
252"Are we almost there? are we almost there?"Page Scan
253Religion is a glorious treasurePage Scan
255A home in heaven! what a joyful tho'tPage Scan
256What's this that steals, that steals upon my framePage Scan
258This book is all that's left me now!Page Scan
260I love this pure religionPage Scan
261aWake the song of JubileePage Scan
261bWho are these array'd in whitePage Scan
261cHasten, Lord, the glorious timePage Scan
262What sound is this? a song to heav'n resoundingPage Scan
264Come, at the Saviour's call, hark! hear him cryPage Scan
265Those evening bells--those evening bellsPage Scan
266What vessel are you sailing inPage Scan
268Would Jesus have the sinner die?Page Scan
269Jesus, thou sov'reign Lord of allPage Scan
270They have gone to the land where the patriarchs restPage Scan
272Ye valiant soldiers of the crossPage Scan
274I love to stay where my mother sleepsPage Scan
276Away on the banks of life's bright riverPage Scan
278aFaith is the brightest evidencePage Scan
278bThe Lord is my shepherd, I shall not wantPage Scan
279aThe Lord our God is clothed with mightPage Scan
279bI will lift up mine eyes unto the hillsPage Scan
280Glory to the Lamb!Page Scan
281Arise, my soul, arisePage Scan
282I know that my Redeemer livesPage Scan

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