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FIEST LIKES OF PSALMS AND HYMIS.

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Above these heavens' created rounds Watts 74

A broken heart, my God! my King!... .. Watts 98

According to thy gracious word Montgomery 508

A charge to keep I have .. C. Wesley 467

Again the day returns of holy rest. Wm. Mason 516

Again the Lord of life and light Mrs. Barbauld 510

Ah! how shall fallen man Watts 390

Ah! wretched, vile, ungrateful heart! Mrs. Steele 452

Alas I and did my Saviour bleed Watts 406

Alas! what hourly dangers rise Mrs. Steele 456

All hail the power of Jesus' name....." Perronet 356

All hail, incarnate God! Scott 543

All ye who love the Lord! rejoice Watts 250

AH ye nations! praise the Lord Montgomery 191

Almighty Father! gracious Lord! Mrs. Steele 271

Almightv God! in humble prayer Montgomery 483

Almighty Maker, God! Watts 265

Almighty Ruler of the skies!. Watts 24

Along the banks where Babel's current flows.............. Barlow 233

Amazing grace! how sweet the sound ...' Newton 477

Am 1 a soldier of the cross. Watts 474

Amid thy wrath, remember love ..." Watts 76

Among th' assemblies of the great... Watts 132

Among the princes, earthly gods Watts 138

And are we wretches yet alive? ..'. Watts 455

And art thou, gracious Master I gone Kelly 358

And can my heart aspire so high Mrs. Steele 453

And canst thou, sinner! slight Hyde 385

And must this body die Watts 588

And now another week begins Kelly 514

And will the God of grace Watts 132

And will the Judge descend Doddridge 599

And will the Lord thus condescend. .< Mrs. Steele 401

Angels! assist to sing Gems 263

Angels! from the realms of glory ..Montgomery 295

Angels rejoiced and sweetly sung Hum 297

Angels! roll the rock a.way Gibbons 348

Another day has passed along .Edmeston 518

Another six days' work is done J. Stcnnett 512

Approach, my soul! the mercy-seat. Newton 410

Are all the fies of Zion fools Watts 100

Arise, great God! and let thy grace Merrick 130

Arise, my gracious God! Watts 36

Arise, my soul! my joyful powers Watts 430

Arise, my tenderest thoughts! arise Doddridge 488

Arise, O King of grace! arise v'. .Watts 223

Arise, ye people! and adore '■..'• -. Merrick 93

Arm of the Lord! awake, awake Shrubsole 544 t

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| Around the Saviour's lofty throne Kelly 324

$ Ascend thy throne, almighty King! ., Beddome 545

5 As pants the hart for cooling streams Tate and Brady 83

| Assembled at thy great command Collyer 530

? Astonished and distressed , Toplady 391

j At thy command, our dearest Lord! Watts 504

5 Author of good! to thee we turn Merrick 483

5 Awake, and sing the song Hammond 353

I Awake, awake the sacred song Mrs. Steele 297 <

t Awaked by Sinai's awful sound Ockum 413 J

J Awake, my drowsy soul! Mrs. Steele 556 $

* Awake, my heart! arise, my tongue! Watts 431 J

| Awake, my soul! and with the sun , Kenn 21 J

! Awake, my soul! in joyful lays Medley 330 J

j Awake, my soul I stretch every nerve Doddridge 432 t

* Awake, my soul! to sound his praise..; Barlow 179 *

J Awake, my tongue! thy tribute bring Ncedham 280 *

5 Awake, our souls! away our fears Watts 432

t Awake, ye saints! and raise your eyes Doddridge 574

i Awake, ye saints! awake Cotterill 511

* Awake, ye saints! to praise your King Watts 227

| Before Jehovah's awful throne Watts 164

} Begin, my soul! th' exalted lay Ogilvie 249 J

Begin, my tongue! some heavenly theme Watts 286'

Behold a stranger at the door Gregg 399 t

Behold! how good and sweet Hatfield 225 t

Behold! the day is come Beddome 601 I

Behold! the blessed Redeemer comes Watts 80 J

Behold! the blind their sight receive JVatts 313 J

Behold! th' expected time draws near Voice 552 ♦

Behold the glories of the Lamb Watts 312 *

Behold the grace appear Watts 291 t

Behold J the lofty sky Watts 42 J

Behold! the morning sun Watts 42 \

Behold the throne of grace .* Newton 486 \

Behold the Saviour of mankind S. Wesley 339 *

Behold the sure foundation-stone Watts 193 t

Behold thy waiting servant, Lord Watts 200 *

Behold! where, in a mortal form Enfield 328 J

Behold! what wondrous grace Watts 461 \

Behold! what condescending love Doddridge 498 *

Beneath our feet, and o'er our head Heber 589 j

Be joyful in God, all ye lands of the earth! Montgomery 166 J

Beyond, beyond that boundless sea Conder 237 5

Beyond the glittering, starry skies D. Turner 326 I

Beyond where Cedron's waters flow S. F. Smith 339 }

5s, O Lord! the opening year Cong. H. Book 569 *

3, O my soul! the living God Watts 170 t

j ye the Lord with solemn rite Montgomery 226 t

Blessed are the sons of God Humphreys 460 *,

Blest are the humble souls that see Watts 435 J

Blest are the men whose hearts can move Watto 435 J

Blest are the sons of peace Watts 224 *

Blest are the souls that hear and know . Watts 143 i

Blest are the undefiled in heart Watts 195 J

Blest be the everlasting God Watts 461 J

Blest be the Father and his love Watts 376 J

Blest be the tie that binds Fawcett 436 J

Blest Comforter divine! Cleland's Hymns 368 4

Blest is the man, for ever blest Watts 66 t

Blest is the man who shuns the place Watts 14 J

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Blest is the man whose heart doth move Watts 81 #

Blest is the man whose softening heart Mrs, Barbauld 438 *

Blest is the nation where the Lord Watts 68 J

Blest morningI whose young dawning rays Watts 512 *

j Blow ye the trumpet! blow C. Wesley 488 j

* Boundless glory, Lord! be thine Kelly 418 t

*t Bread of heaven! on thee I feed , Conder 503 J

* Bright King of glory, dreadful God! ,. Watts 321 <

t Brightest and best of the sons of the morning Heber 296 «

« Bright source of everlasting love! Boden 439 t

t Broad is the road that leads to death Watts 387 J

J Buried in shadows of the night Watts 308 \

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t CallJehovah thy salvation Montgomery 149 *

t Captain of thine exalted host Batty 531 <

J Cast thy burden on the Lord R. HiWs Col. 103 $

J Cease, ye mourners! cease to languish Collyer 575 *

* Children! hear the meltitg story T. Hastings 403 t

t Children, in years and knowledge young Watts 70 t

J Children! listen to the Lord T. Hastings 404 |

J Children of the heavenly King! Cennick 433 J

* Christ and his cross is all our theme Watts 320 *

t Christ, of all my hopes the ground Windham 358 \

, Christ, whose glory fills the skies C. Wesley 306 *

J Christian! see the orient morning Cleland's Hymns 544 \

* Come, all ye saints of God Pratt's Col. 355 *

* Come away to the skies C. Wesley 6/8 |

t Come, blessed Spirit, source of light! Beddome 365 *

*t Come, dearest Lord! descend and dwell Watts 310 i

J Come, every pious heart! & Stennett 311 \

* Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove! Brown 368 J

i Come, happy souls! approach your God Watts 298 J

t Come hither, all ye weary souls! Watts 393 I

J Come, Holy Ghost! come from on high .. Reed's Col. 497 \

* Come, Holy Spirit! calm my mind Burder 366'

j Come, Holy Spirit! come Hart 263 J

J Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove 1 Watts 362 $

i Come in, thou blessed of the Lord! Kdly 499 j

J Come, let our voices join to raise Watts 155 |

'Come, let us anew C. Wesley 566?

J Come, let us gladly sing. Hatfield 157 f

'Come, let us join our cheerful songs Watts 315 j

J Come, let us join our friends above C. Wesley 607 f

* Come, let us join our songs of praise CampbeWs Col. 352 J

{ Come, let us join our souls to God Montgomery 5u0 \

t Come, let us lift our joyful eyes Watts 354 f

I Come, let us lift our voices high . Watts 506 J

I Come, Lord! and warm each languid heart :. Mrs. Steele 605 J

* Come, my fond fluttering heart! Miss Jane Taylor 424 t

t Come, my soul! thy suit prepare Ne?vton 482 *

* Come, O my soul! in sacred lays Blacklock 204 \

i Come, see the place where Jesus lay Montgomery 348 J

* Come, shout aloud the Father's grace Heginbotham 276 J

t Come, sound his praise abroad Watts 156 i

t Come, thou almighty King! Madarfs Col. 373 \

J Come, thou desire of all thy saints! Mrs. Steele 313 \

J Come, thou Fount of every blessing! R. Robinson 421 {

I Come to Calv'ry's holy mountain Montgomery 394 \

t Come, trembling sinner! in whose breast Edmund Jones 393 *

I Come weary souls! with sin distressed Mrs. Steele 392 J

i Come, ye disconsolate! where'er ye languish Musica Sacra 409 J

* Come, ye saints Ilook here and wonder Kelly 346 < 4—

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* Come, ye sinnors! heavy laden Hart 399

t Come, ye that know and fear the Lord! ...G. Burder 285

* Come, ye that love the Saviour's name! Mrs. Steele 312

i Come, ye who love the Lord! —....... Watts 430

J Consider all my sorrows, Lord! Watts 202

J Could I so false, so faithless prove Watts 234

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*t Daughter of Zion! awake from thy sadness Fitzgerald*s Col 550

'Daughter of Zion! from the dust Montgomery 537

{ David rejoiced in God his strength Watts 491

* Day of judgment, day of wonders! Newton 598

* Dearest of all the names above Watts 30-2

J Dear Father! to thy mercy-seat Mrs. Steele 269

J Dear Ref age of my weary soul! Mrs. Steele 274

* Dear Saviour! we are thine Doddridge 310

t Dear Saviour! when my thoughts recall Mrs. Steele 4ftl

t Death,—'t is a melancholy day Watts 593

4 Deep are the wounds which sin has made.. *. Mrs. Steele 337

J Deep in our hearts let us record Watts 119

* Delay not, delay not O sinner! draw near. e..Hastings 381

4 Descend from heaven, immortal Dove! Watts 366

* Did Christ o'er sinners weep Beddome 409

J Do not I love thee, O my Lord! Doddridge 467

> Dread Sovereign! let my evening-song Watts 560

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J Early, my God I without delay •. Watts 109

J Earth has engrossed my love too long. Watts 615

* Encompassed with ten thousand ills Montgomery 206

* Enthroned on high, almighty Lord! Humphreys 372

4 Eternal God, celestial King! Wrangham 104

| Eternal God, eternal King!.....' March 62

J Eternal source of every joy! Doddridge 572

* Eternal Spirit, God of truth! Pratt's Col. 367

* Eternal Spirit! we confess Watts 371

* Eternal Wisdom! thee we praise Watts 262

J Exalt the Lord our God Watts 163

* Extol the Lord, the Lord most high...,,... Montgomery 92

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4 Fair shines the morning-star Montgomery 552

'Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss Turner 458

J Faith is the brightest evidence Watts 458

'Far as thy name is known Watts 94

4 Far from my thoughts, vain world! be gone Watts 507

'Far from the world, O Lord! I flee Cowper 459

J Far from these narrow scenes of night Mrs. Steele 612

} Far from thy fold, O God! my feet Tatlock 413

4 Far from us be grief and sadness. Kelly 447

i Fast flow, my tears! the cause is great W. Shirley 343

J Father! adored in worlds above Pope's Col. 485

* Father! how wide thy glory shines Watts 282

* Father! I bless thy gentle hand Watts 194

* Father! I long, I faint to see Watts 616

* Father! I sing thy wondrous grace Watts 119

I Father! is not thy promise pledged Gibbons 15

4 Father of eternal grace! Montgomery 471

I Father of glory! to thy name 'Watts 374

t Father of heaven! whose love profound Pratt*s Col. 375

*t Father of mercies! condescend Mar ell 534

0 Father of mercies, God of love! Raffles 405

5 Father of mercies! in thy word Mrs. Steele 257

S Father of mercies! send thy grace Doddridge 438

} Father! whate'er of earthly bliss Mrs. Steele 482

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Firm and unmoved are they Watts 213 *t

Firm as the earth thy gospel stands Watts 462 <

Firm was my health, my d ay was bright.............. .. Watts 63 j

Fools, in their hearts, believe and say.... .' Watts 32 *

For a season called to part. .Newton 437 3

For ever blessed be the Lord Watts 241 J

For ever shall my song record. Watts 142 t

Forgive us, Lord! to thee we cry........ . T. Hastings 480 *

Fountain of mercy, God of love !........;....:......... Epis, Col. 573 J

Frequent the day of God returns Brown 518 *

Friend after friend departs -.-...' Montgomery 609 t

From all that dwell below the skies . Watts 190 i

From Calvary a cry was heard Cunningham 345 *

From deep distress and troubled thoughts Watts 218 *

From Egypt's bondage came. Kelly 423 #

From every earthly pleasure Gems 451

From Greenland's icy mountains Heber 542

From lowest depths of woe Tate and Brady 219

From thee, my. God! my joys shall rise Watts 443

From the throne of God there springs Toplady 91

Gently, gently lay thy rod Lyte 23

Gently, Lord! Oh! gently lead us T. Hastings 448

Gently, my Saviour! let me down R. Hill 590

Gird on thy conquering sword....... . Doddridge 88

Give glory to God in the highest; give praise Montgomery 63

Give me the wings of faith to rise Watts 616

Give thanks to God, he reigns above Watts 177

Give thanks to God, invoke his name.... .. Watts 174

Give thanks to God most high .. Watts 228

Give thanks to God, the sovereign Lord......- Watts 228

Give to our God immortal praise.. Watts 227

Give to the Lord, ye sons of fame!..... Watts 61

Glorious things of thee are spoken . Newton 139

Glory to God on high.. R. HUVs Col. 315

Glory to thee, my God! this night Kenn 20

Glory to the Father give Montgomery 27

Go, and the Saviour's grace proclaim. Morell 533

God, in his earthly temple, lays Watts 138

God, in the gospel of his Son. . Beddome 259

God is gone up on high C. Wesley 53

God is my strong salvation Montgomery 60

God is our refuge and defence Montgomery 90

God is our refuge, tried and proved > Lyte 90

God is the refuge of his saints Watts 89

God moves in a mysterious way Cowper 284

God, my supporter and my hope Watts 125

God of eternal love!..... ." Watts 176

God of mercy, God of grace! Lyte 117 #

God of my childhood, and my youth! Watts 121 |

God of my life! look gently down Watts 78 \

God of my life! through all my days Doddridge 273 *

God of my mercy and my praise! Watts 180 *(

God of our lives! thy various praise Heginbotham 567 *

God of the morning! at thy voice.. ■. Watts 558 }

God of the universe! to thee Miss Mary O. 523 (

Go, messenger of peace and love! , Balfour 535 *

Go, preach my gospel, saith the Lord Watts 525 #

Go to dark Gethsemane , Montgomery 338 *

Go, ye messengers of God!.., Marsdcn 533 t

Good, is the Lord, the heavenly King: Watts 112 *

Grace, like an uncorrupted seed Watts 428 |

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