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Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee

Author: Sarah F. Adams Hymnal: G1878 #d81 (1878) Person Name: Sarah F. Adams

The Drunkard's Child

Author: Anon. Hymnal: G1878 #d145 (1878) Person Name: Anon. First Line: You ask me why so oft, papa Refrain First Line: But, oh! my heart is very sad

Make me more like thee

Author: Atchinson Hymnal: G1878 #d100 (1878) Person Name: Atchinson First Line: Savior, make me more like Thee Refrain First Line: Savior, make me more like thee

Who hath sorrow

Author: J. B. Atchinson Hymnal: G1878 #d140 (1878) Person Name: J. B. Atchinson First Line: Who hath sorrow, who hath woe

Go, bury thy [your] sorrow, The world hath [has] its share

Author: Mary A. Bachelor Hymnal: G1878 #d31 (1878) Person Name: Mary A. Bachelor

Endless praise

Author: T. L. Bailey Hymnal: G1878 #d82 (1878) Person Name: T. L. Bailey First Line: No night in heaven, eternal day

We love to hear the story that angels

Author: T. L. Bailey Hymnal: G1878 #d126 (1878) Person Name: T. L. Bailey

The river of Jordan

Author: William E. Barber Hymnal: G1878 #d35 (1878) Person Name: William E. Barber First Line: He came to the banks of the Jordan

O depth of mercy can it [there] be

Author: Lydia Baxter Hymnal: G1878 #d117 (1878) Person Name: Lydia Baxter First Line: There is a gate stands open wide [that stands ajar]

Hark, 'tis the watchman's cry

Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: G1878 #d34 (1878) Person Name: Horatius Bonar

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