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Come, 'tis Jesus' invitation Now to anxious souls addressed

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SICILIAN MARINERS is traditionally used for the Roman Catholic Marian hymn "O Sanctissima." According to tradition, Sicilian seamen ended each day on their ships by singing this hymn in unison. The tune probably traveled from Italy to Germany to England, where The European Magazine and London Review…

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Hymns for Social Meetings #42

Hymns for the Vestry and the Fireside #d65

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Methodist Social Hymn Book #49

Revival and Camp Minstrel, containing the Best Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Original and Selected #d71

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Revival Gems #69

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Revival Songs #99

Revival Songs. 4th ed. #d54

Sacred Melodies No. 1 #d15

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Sacred Melodies #100

The Advent Christian Hymnal #d167

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The Christian Melodist #135

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The Gospel Psalmist #305

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The Harp #424

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Vestry Harmonies #66b

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