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The lark and the dove

Author: John Austin Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d41 (1846) Person Name: John Austin First Line: Wake, now, my soul, and humbly hear

Can I see another's woe

Author: William Blake Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d6 (1846) Person Name: William Blake

Send down thy winged angel, God

Author: Barry Cornwall Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d28 (1846) Person Name: Barry Cornwall

By cool Siloam's shady rill

Author: Reginald Heber Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d5 (1846) Person Name: Reginald Heber

Praise ye the Lord on every height

Author: Felicia D. B. Hemans Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d25 (1846) Person Name: Felicia D. B. Hemans

The nightingale

Author: Felicia D. B. Hemans Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d43 (1846) Person Name: Felicia D. B. Hemans First Line: When twilight's gray and pensive hour

The use of flowers

Author: Mary Howitt Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d11 (1846) Person Name: Mary Howitt First Line: God might have made [bade] the earth bring forth

See from the east the sun arise

Author: J. S. Williams Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d27 (1846) Person Name: J. S. Williams

The reaper and the flowers

Author: Henry W. Longfellow; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d35 (1846) Person Name: Henry W. Longfellow First Line: There is a reaper whose name is death

Away dark thoughts, awake, my joy

Author: John Mason Hymnal: SHSH1846 #d4 (1846) Person Name: John Mason


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