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The giddy world, with flfittering tongue. Dwight 61 j

The God of love will sure indulge .,,'........' Scott 591 j

The god of nature and of grace • Montgomery 267 j

The haughty sinners I have seen......... Watts 76 I

The head that once was crowned with thorns . Kelly 353 j

The heavens declare thy glory, Lord!,, ......Watts 39 j

The hours of evening close Mrs.' Conder 564 )

The King of saints,—how fair his face. , Watts 87 J

The law by Moses came ••••? Watts 319 j

The Lord appears my helper now ........... .......... Watts 192 t

The Lord ascends onhigh Watts 17'

The Lord descended from above. Stemhold 38 i

The Lord descending from above................. Watts 299 ]

The Lord,—how wondrous are his ways Watts 171 *

The Lord is come, the heavens proclaim .. Watts 160 t

The Lord is gracious to forgive .'.. Montgomery 240. <

The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know Montgomery 50 *

The Lord is risen indeed! •. Kelly' 346 J

The Lord JehoVah reigns Watts 154 J

The Lord Jehovah reigns Watts 162 J

The Lord Jehovah reigns Watts 262 t

The Lord my pasture shall prepare Addison 47 *

The Lord my Shepherd is. Watts 48'

The Lord of glory is my light ..,.'.' Watts 58 J

The Lord of Sabbath let us praise ..S. Wesley, Jr. 515 ]

The Lord on high proclaims Watts 282 J

The Lord our God is full of might U.K. White 283 J

The Lord shall come! the earth shall quake Heber 598 t

The Lord, the God of glory reigns Mrs Steele 152 J

The Lord, the Judge, before his throne Watts 95 J

The Lord, the Sovereign King Watts 173 j

The Lord unto thy prayer attend........ Wrangham 44 J

The man is ever blest Watts 14 *

The mercies of my God and King. Lyte 144 /

The mind was formed to mount sublime. Mrs. Steele 444 \

The morning dawns upon the place. Montgomery 342 i

The praise of Zion waits for thee ." Watts 111 )

The praises of my tongue Watts 122 {

The promise of my Father's love Watts 502 J

The promises I sing Doddridge 281 \

The Saviour calls—let every ear ..............;.. Mrs. Steele 391 *

The Saviour kindly calls Doddridge 495 ]

The Saviour! Oh! what endless charms.... Mrs. Steele 311 {

The spacious firmament on high ... Addison 40 j

The Spirit breathes upon the word. Cowper 204 t

The Spirit like a peaceful dove.... Watts 364 J

The tempter to my soul hath said.'.'...'..-.' Montgomery 18 *

The voice of free grace cries,—Escape to the mountain Thomby 322 J

There is a fountain filled with blood Cowper 303 J

There is a glorious world of light Miss Jane Taylor 610 *

There is a God, all nature speaks Mrs. Steele 261 4

There is a house not made with hands Watts 587 *

There is a land of pure delight Watts 602 i

There is an hour of hallowed peace W. B. Tappan 606 j

There is an hour of peaceful rest W. B. Tappan 606 *

These glorious minds,—how bright they shine Watts 617 *

They who toil upon the deep. Montgomery 179 t

Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord \ we love Doddridge 513 J

Think, mighty God! on feeble man Watts 144 J

This day the Lord hath called his own Bathurst 516 J

This is the day the Lord hath made Watts 193 *

This is the word of truth and love Watts 260 t This place is holy ground Montgomery 588

This spacious earth is all the Lord's . Watts 51

This world is poor from shore to shore Nelson 612

Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore thee Hcber 583

Thou art my portion, O my God! Watts 196

Thou art the way, to thee alone.... O. W. Doane 337

Thou God of love, thou ever blest! Watts 205

Thou lovely source of true delight Mrs. Steele 316

Thou only Sovereign of my heart! Mrs. Steele 325

Thou that dost my life prolong Tate and Brady 555

Thou very-present Aid! C. Wesley 309

Thou who art enthroned above Sandys 152

Thou! whom my soul admires above Watts 355

Thou, whose almighty word Pratt's Col. 375

Thrice happy he, who shuns the way Montgomery 13

Thrice happy man! who fears the Lord .. Watts 183

Through all the changing scenes of life Tate and Brady 72

Through endless years thou art the same Tate and Brady 169

Through every age, eternal God! Watts 145

Through sorrow's night, and danger's path H. K. White 592 j

Through the day thy love has spared us Kelly 560 i

Thus far the Lord has led me on Watts 563 i

Thus God, th' eternal Father, spake Watts 180 , \

Thy glory, Lord! the heavens declare Montgomery 41 \

Thy gracious presence, O my God! Mrs. Steele 473 J

Thy law is perfect, Lord of light! Montgomery 41 *

Thy life I read, my dearest Lord! S. Stennett 496'

Thy mercies fill the earth, O Lord! Watts 199 J

Thy mercy, my God! is the theme of my song J. Stocker 267 *

Thy name, almighty Lord! Watts 190 #

Thy people, Lord! who trust thy word. Voke 548 *

Thy way, O God! is in the sea ... Fawcett 285 |

Time is winging us away Burton 570 J

'Tis by the faith of joys to come Watts 457 J

'T is by thy strength the mountains stand Watts 113 I

'T is finished! so the Saviour cried S. Steymett 340 $

'T is God, the Spirit, leads Beddome 365 \

''T is midnight—and on Olive's brow .W.B. Tappan 338 £

To bless thy chosen race Tate and Brady 117 *

To-day—if ye will hear his voice Kent's Col. 395 #

To God address the joyful psalm Spirit of the Psalms 162 . \

To God I cried with mournful voice Watts 128 J

t To God I lift mine eyes Watts 207 *

♦ To God I made my sorrows known Watts 239 t

t To God, in whom I trust Watts 56?

i To God, the great, the ever-blessed Watts 176 J

J To God, the only wise Watts 305 *

J To heaven 1 lift my waiting eyes Watts 206 j

* To Jesus, the crown of my hope Cowper 3J9 »

I To-morrow, Lord! is thine Doddridge 387;

J To our almighty Maker, God .. Watts 161 j

J To our God, loud praises give Condor 230 J

* To our Redeemer's glorious name Mrs. Steele 335 *

# To praise the ever-bounteous Lord Needham 572 #

t To spend one sacred day Watts 135 }

J To thee, before the dawning light Watts 196 ]

To thee, great Source of light!' 5. Lyrics 270 J

To thee, most holy and most high Watts 127 ♦

To thee, my God and Saviour Haweis 326 f

To thee, my God! my heart shall bring Mrs. Steele 268 i

To thee, O Lord! I raise my cries Barlow 60 J

To the Source of every blessing Bathvrst '377 j

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I To thee, my God and Saviour

\ To thee, my God! my heart shall bring

i To thee, O Lord! I raise my cries

i To the Source of every blessing

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To thy pastures, fair and large Merrick 60 |

To your Creator, God Mrs. Steele 265 )

'T was by an order from the Lord Watts 257 I

'T was from thy hand, my God! I came Watts 235 t

'T was in the watches of the night Watts 109 $

'T was on that dark, that doleful night Watts 502 j

United prayers ascend to thee Collyer 497 t

Unshaken as the sacred hill Walts 2.12

Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb! Watts 575

Up from my youth—may Israel say Watts 217

Up to the Lord, who reigns on high Watts 27 8

Vain are the hopes, the sons of men Watts 459

Vainly through night's weary hours Spirit of the Psalms 217

Wait, O my soul! thy Maker's will Beddome 474

Wake the song of jubilee Bacon 553

Watchman! tell us of the night Bowring 528

, Weary of wandering from my God C Wesley 406

j Welcome! delightful morn! Hayward 510

* Welcome, O Saviour! to my heart Bourne's Col. 419

< Welcome, sacred day of rest! W. Brown 513

* Welcome—sweet day of rest! Watts 509

i Welcome, welcome, dear Redeemer! Evan. Mag. 414

*, We lift our hearts to thee J. Wesley 555

J We love thee, Lord! and we adore Watts 38

J We seek a rest beyond the skies Newton 468

* We sing the praise of him who died Kelly 343

* What are these in bright array Montgomery 618

t What are those soul-reviving strains Pratt's Col. 301

i What blissful harmonies above Mrs. Conder 621

J What equal honors shall we bring Watts 316

< What is life? 'T is but a vapor Kelly 614

I What shall I render to my God Watts 189

* What sinners value, I resign Watts 35

I What though a thousand at thy side Watts 148

i When all thy mercies, O my God! Addison 272

J. When, as returns this solemn day Mrs. Barbauld 517

) When bending o'er the brink of life Colly er 577

i When blooming youth is snatched away Mrs. Steele 591

When fainting in the sultry waste Mrs. Steele 275 >

When gathering clouds around I view Mrs. Hebcr 357 f

When gloomy doubts and fears Mrs. Steele 440 *

When God from sin's captivity Montgomery 214 \

When God in wrath shall come Dioight 105 *

When God is nigh, my faith is strong Watts 34 j

When God revealed his gracious name Watts 215 t

When I can read my title clear Watts 428 J

When I can trust my all with God Conder 477 j

When Israel, freed from Pharaoh's hand Watts 186 }

When I survey the wondrous cross Watts 345 *

When I the holy grave survey B. Wallin 351 X

When Jesus left the throne of God Montgomery 495 \

When man grows bold in sin Wafts 74 i

When marshaled on the nightly plain H. K. Wh te 298 i

When musing sorrow weeps the past Noel 472 J

When my cries ascend to thee W. Ooode 52 *

* When O dear Jesus! when shall I Cennick 519 j

When on Sinai's top I see Montgomery 475 $

When overwhelmed with grief Watts 107 i

When rising from the bed of death Addison 596 *
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* When shall the voice of singing Pre Ws Col. 546

* When sins and fears prevailing rise • ,. Mr*. Steele 323

J When, streaming from the eastern skies Loi-d Olenelg 566

i When the great Judge, supreme and just. Watts 28

\ When the vale of death appears. Gilbert 579

J When thou, my righteous Judge! shalt come Ovington's Sel. 600

{ When we, our wearied limbs to rest. Tate and Brady 231

* Whence do our mournful thoughts arise Watts 442

f Where Babylon's broad rivers roll. Montgomery 232

t Where is my Saviour now ..Raffles 442

J Where shall the man be found Watts 55

Where shall we go to seek and find Watts 222

Where two or three with sweet accord Stermett 485

While all the angel-throng Montgomery 378

While beauty clothes the fertile vale Mrs. Steele 570

While I keep silence and conceal Watts 67

While 1 to grief my soul gave way ......Newton 489

While life prolongs its precious light I)wight 140

While my Redeemer's near Mrs. Steele 49

While shepherds watched their flocks by night Tate 295

While thee I seek, protecting Power J. Miss H. M. Williams 478

While through this changing world we roam Montgomery 444

While, with ceaseless course, the sun Newton 147

Who are these that come from far Kelly 549

Who can describe the joys that rise Watts 422

Who make the Lord of hosts their tower Montgomery 213

Who, O Lord! when life is o'er Merrick 33

Who shall ascend thy heavenly place Watts 33

Who shall the Lord's elect condemn Watts 463

Why did the nations join to slay Watts 35

Why does the Lord stand off so far Watts 29

Why do we mourn, departing friends Watts 582

Why is my heart so far from thee Watts 455

Why, O God! thy people spum? Hatfield 106

Why should our tears in sorrow flow Cong. H. Book 576

Why should the children of a King Watts 369

Why should the mighty make their boast Barlow 100

Why should we start and fear to die Watts 581

Why sinks my soul desponding T. Hastings 388

Why, when storms around you gather Searle 476

Why will ye waste on trifling cares Doddridge 381

Wide, ye heavenly gates! unfold Spirit of the Psalms 54

Will God for ever cast us off Watts 127

With all my powers of heart and tongue Watts 233

With earnest longings of the mind. Watts 82

With grateful hearts, with joyful tongues Kippis 288

With humble heart and tongue Fawcett 204

With joy we hail the sacred day Spirit of the Psalms 209

With joy we meditate the grace Watts 299

With my whole heart I '11 raise my song Watts 27

With my whole heart I 've sought thy face Watts 201

With reverence let the saints appear ...-. - Watts 143

With songs and honors sounding loud ..«--.... Watts 246

With tears of anguish I lament S. Stennett 410

Within thy house O Lord, our God! Con. Ev. Mag. 523

Worthy the Lamb of boundless sway Shirley 355

Would you behold the works of God? Watts 177

Would yo J win a soul to God? Hammond 492

Ye angels! who stand round the throne De Fleury 331

Ye glittering toys of earth! adieu Mrs. Steele 307

Ye golden lamps of heaven! farewell Doddridge 586
Ye hearts with youthful vigor warm! Doddridge 402 \

Ye holy souls! in God rejoice Watts 69 *

Ye humble souls I approach your God..., .Mrs. Steele 266 *

Ye humble souls that seek the Lord!........... Doddridge 411 J

Ye isles and shores of every sea! . Watts 161 \

Ye men and angels! witness now ......... Beddome 501 *

Ye messengers of Christ! Voke 531

Ye mourning saints! whose streaming tears Doddridge 585 |

Ye nations round the earth! rejoice Watts 363 «

Ye saints! your music bring Reed 351 t

Ye servants of God! C. Wesley 154 i

Ye servants of th' almighty King! Watts 284 J

Ye servants of the living God !. .' Bathurst 215 J

Ye servants of the Lord! Doddridge 468 J

Yes—I will bless thee, O my God! Heginbotham 287 J

Yes, my native land! X love thee S. F. Smith 536 «

Ye sons of men! a feeble race Watts 149 <

J Ye sons of men! with joy record. Doddridge 242'

J Ye sons of pride! that hate the just.. ...Watts 95 \

\ Yes, the Redeemer's gone..........;..:;.. Watts 35iQ *

I Yes, the Redeemer rose Doddridge 349 j

t Ye trembling captives! hear. Pratt's Col. 538 t

i Ye trembling souls! dismiss your fears Beddome '462 t

J Ye tribes of Adam! join Watts 248 i

J Ye who delight to serve the Lord!......... Watts 186 J

J Ye, who despise the Saviour's grace! H. K. W. Beman 384 |

* Ye, who in his courts are found! R. HUPs Col. 396 #

t Ye, who obey th' immortal King! Watts 226 e

| Ye wretched, hungry, starving poor! Mrs. Steele 396?

* Your harps, ye trembling saints! Toplady 446 J

I Zion! awake, thy strength renew Shnibsole 542 |

| Zion stands with hills surrounded.., , Kelly 214 J

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