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O how delightful is the road
O let your mingling voices rise
O Lord! how excellent thy name
O Lord! my best desires fulfil
O praise ye the Lord! prepare a new
0 spare me, Lord! nor on my head
O sing to the Lord a new song
O Source of uncreated light

O that the Lord would guide my way
O thou, before whose gracious throne
O thou, the first, the greatest friend
O thou, the wretched's sure retreat
O thou, through all thy works, adored
O thou, to whom all creatures bow
O thou, whose mercy hears
O thou, whose power o'er moving
O turn, great Ruler of the skies
O ye immortal throng

ye,

0 who seek Jehovah's face
Oft, gracious God! our land has been
On God supreme our hope depends
On thee each morning, O my God
Our country is Immanuel's ground
Our Father, throned above the sky
Our life advancing to its close
Our Lord is risen from the dead
Out of the depth of sad distress

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J. Taylor. 74 Miss Roscoe. 474 Grove. 75

Cowper. 274 Doddridge. 76 †Merrick. 275 †J. Taylor. 77 Dryden. 78 Watts. 277

Rippon's Coll. 475
Burns. 278

Mrs. Carter. 279
Enfield. 79
Tate. 80

Mrs. Steele. 280 Dr. Johnson. 81 Merrick. 281 Doddridge. 282 †J. Taylor. 283 tEx. Coll. 476 †C. Wesley. 284 Gent. Mag. 477 Mrs. Barbauld. 285

Scott. 286 Merrick. 478 Ed. Taylor. 479 Denham. 287

Peace, my complaining, doubting heart
Perpetual Source of light and grace
Placed on the verge of youth, my mind
Praise, everlasting praise be paid
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him
Praise to God, immortal praise
Praise to God, the great Creator
Praise to thee, thou great Creator

Mrs. Steele. 288
Doddridge. 289
Merrick. 480

Watts. 290

82

83

†J. Taylor. 84 Fawcett. 85

†Dub. Coll. Mrs. Barbauld.

Praise to the Lord of boundless might Doddridge. 291 Praise ye the Lord! 'tis good to raise

Watts. 86

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Raise your triumphant songs
Rejoice, ye righteous! in the Lord
Remark, my soul! the narrow bounds

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Watts 292
Watts. 293

Doddridge. 481

Salvation! O the joyful sound
Sages of ancient lettered times
See from on high a light divine

Watts. 294 Scott. 295 †Ex. Coll. 296

'See how he loved!' exclaimed the Jews †Ex. Coll. 297
See Israel's shepherd stand
Shall I forsake that heavenly Friend
Show mercy, Lord! O Lord! forgive
Shine forth, eternal Source of light
Shine on our souls, eternal God
Sing to the Lord, Jehovah's name
Sing to the Lord, who loud proclaims
Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands
Sing, ye redeemed of the Lord
Sleep, sleep to-day, tormenting cares
Songs of immortal praise belong
Soon will our fleeting hours be past
Sovereign Lord of light and glory
Stand still, refulgent orb of day
Stand up, my soul! shake off thy fears
Supreme and universal light
Supreme in wisdom as in power
Sweet is the friendly voice

Watts. 303 Kippis' Coll. 90 †Ex. Coll. 91 †Butcher. 304 Watts. 305

Rev. H. Moore. 306
Scotch Para. 307
Jervis. 308

Sweet is the love that mutual glows Dr. Gregory. 309
Sweet is the work, my God! my King

Watts. 92

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Teach me, O teach me, Lord! thy way
Teach me the measure of my days

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Doddridge. 482
Jervis. 483
Watts. 298

Doddridge. 299
Doddridge. 300
Watts. 87
Doddridge. 88

Watts. 301

Doddridge. 302 Mrs. Barbauld. 89

Merrick. 310
Watts. 312

Thanks be to God the Lord
That awful hour will soon appear
That man, in life wherever placed
That man is blessed, who stands in awe
The common Parent, Lord of all
The darkened sky-how thick it lowers
The day approaches, O my soul
The earth, and all the heavenly frame
The evils that beset our path
The gifts indulgent heaven bestows
The glories, Lord! thy works proclaim
The God of mercy will indulge
The God who reigns alone
The heart dejected sighs to know
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
The heaven of heavens cannot contain
The hour of my departure's come
The Lord descended from above
The Lord himself, the mighty Lord
The Lord-how tender is his love
The Lord my pasture shall
prepare
The Lord our God is full of might †H. K. White. 327
The mighty God, who rolls the spheres †J. Taylor. 330
The morning flowers display their sweets C. Wesley. 328
The morn of life, how fair and gay †Ex. Coll. 329
The rising morn, the closing day Mrs. Steele. 486
The short-lived day declines in haste †Ex. Coll. 331
The spacious firmament on high
Addison. 98
The swift-declining day
Doddridge. 332
†Ex. Coll. 333
Mrs. Steele. 334

Tate. 325
Darwin. 324
Addison. 326

The time draws near, when thou, my soul
The traveller, lost in night
The uplifted eye and bended knee.
There is a God all nature speaks
There is a glorious world on high
There is a land of pure delight
There is forgiveness, Lord! with thee
se mortal joys, how soon they fade

Drummond. 311 Mrs. Steele. 313 †Burns. 315

Tate. 314
Watts. 316

Doddridge. 317
Doddridge. 319
Gibbons. 318

Olney Hymns. 320 Mrs. Steele. 321 †Ex. Coll. 93 Salisbury Coll. 484 tDrummond. 322 Needham. 323

Watts. 94 †Drennan. 95 †Logan. 485 †Sternhold. 97

Scott. 99 Mrs. Steele. 96 Mrs. Steele. 335 Watts. 336

Ex. Coll. 337 Doddridge, 338

Salisbury Coll. 100 Enfield's Select. 487 Watts. 101

Thine influence, mighty God! is felt
This feast was Jesus' high behest
This is the day the Lord hath made
Those happy realms of joy and peace Mrs. Steele. 339
Though earthly shepherds dwell in dust Doddridge. 488
Though every grace my speech adorned Scot. Para. 340
Though others, confident and vain
Watts. 341
Mason. 342

Thou, Lord! by mortal eyes unseen

Watts. 490

Watts. 350
Watts. 103

Thou, Lord! by strictest search, hast known Tate. 344
Thou, Lord! in mercy wilt regard
Thou, Lord! through every changing
Thrice happy men, who, born from
Through all the changing scenes of life
Through all the various shifting scene
Through endless years thou art the same
Thus far the Lord has led me on
Thus saith the first and great command
Thy gracious aid, great God! impart
Thy kingdom, Lord! for ever stands
Thy presence, ever-living God
Thy wisdom! power and goodness Lord
"Tis by thy strength, the mountains
'Tis mercy calls-a tribute bring
Time-what an empty vapour 'tis
To calm the sorrows of the mind
To God let fervent prayers arise
To God, of every good the spring
To thee, let my first offerings rise
To thee, my heart, eternal King
To thee, O God! my days are known
To thee, O God! we homage pay
To those bright realms I lift mine eyes
To-morrow, Lord! is thine
Twas God who formed the rolling L'pool Old Coll. 361
Twas on that dark and mournful night

Mrs. Steele. 102
Doddridge. 489
Mrs. Steele. 382
stand Watts. 104

Williams' Coll. 351

Watts, 353 Jervis. 354 Watts. 355

tEx. Coll. 105 Drennan. 491 tExeter Coll. 357 Doddridge. 358 Doddridge. 359

Watts. 360 Doddridge. 356

Watts. 492

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Upward we lift our eyes

Jervis. 345 Doddridge. 343 Doddridge. 346 Watts. 347

L'pool Coll. 349

Tate. 348

Watts. 493

V

Vast are thy works, almighty Lord

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Wait on the Lord, ye heirs of hope
Wayfaring pilgrims, bound for heaven
Weak and irresolute is man

Merrick. 362

Doddridge. 363 †Ex. Coll. 494 Cowper. 364

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106

†Smart. 107

Watts. 108 495

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Butcher. 368 Addison. 496 Barbauld. 109

Mrs.

We bless thee for this sacred day
We sing of God, the mighty source
We sing the almighty power of God
We sing thy mercy, God of love
We would not seek, with God our friend †Mo. Anthol. 365
What power shall be the sinner's stay Walter Scott. 366
What though no flowers the fig-tree †Scotch Para. 367
What works of wisdom, power and love
When all thy mercies, O my God
When, as returns this solemn day
When blooming youth is snatched away Mrs. Steele. 497
When darkness long has veiled my mind Cowper. 369
When fancy spreads her boldest wings Mrs. Steele. 371
When gloomy thoughts and boding fears Mrs. Steele. 372
When he, who from the Scourge of
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wrong
When I review the devious way
Young. 375
When I survey life's varied scene Mrs. Steele. 374
When Jesus, our great master came
When in obedience to their Lord
When in the vale of lengthened years
When life's tempestuous storms are o'er
When reft of all, and hopeless care
When rising from the bed of death
When sickness shakes the languid
When the last trumpet's awful voice
When love with other graces reign
Wherefore should man, frail child of clay Enfield. 381
Wherewith shall we approach the Lord
While here as wandering sheep we stray

373

Browne. 110 Merrick. 111

Watts. 376 Ex. Coll. 498 Bristol Coll. 499 Belfast Coll. 370 †Drummond. 377

Addison. 378 Heginbotham. 380 Scotch Para. 379 Watts. 382

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