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GENERAL INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

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Introduction of Worship, and the Sabbath
Close of Worship .
Adoration, Praise, and Thanksgiving
Perfections and Providence of God
The Scriptures
Jesus Christ, his Character and Offices
The Gospel and its Invitations
Spiritual Influences
Faith, Hope, and Charity
Repentance and Reformation .
Christian Affections and Life
Mourning and Consolation
Life, Death, and Futurity
The Church, Baptism, and Christian Fellowship
The Lord's Supper
Early Instruction and Piety
Fast and Thanksgiving
Opening and Closing of the Year
The Seasons
National Hymns
Dedication and Ordination
Charitable and Missionary Meetings
Seamen's Hymns
Social and Domestic Worship
Morning and Evening
Miscellaneous

HYMNS 1 to 57 58 to 105 106 to 150 151 to 194 195 to 216 217 to 272 273 to 288 289 to 318 319 to 364 365 to 392 393 to 491 492 to 554 555 to 602 603 to 623 624 to 647 618 to 692 693 to 713 714 to 727 728 to 742 743 to 757 758 to 769 You w 791

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ACCORDING to thy gracious word
A charge to keep I have
Afliction is a siormy deep
Again, from calm and sweet repose
Again our ears have heard the voice
Again the Lord of life and light
Again we've seen the Sabbath day
A holy air is breathing round.
a host of spirits round the throne
Alas! how poor and little worth
All hail ihe power of Jesus' name
All men are equal in their birth
All nature dies and lives again
All nature feels attractive power
All nature's works his praise declare
All-seeing God! 't is thine to know
All ye nations, praise the Lord
Almighty and immorial King
Almighty God, in humble prayer
Almighty God, thy word is cast .
Almighty Lord, before thy throne
Almighty Maker! Lord of all
Am I a soldier of the cross
Amidst a world of hopes and fears
And can my heart aspire so high
And is the gospel peace and love
And is there, Lord, a rest
And now, my soul, another year
An offering to the shrine of power
Another day is past
Another day its course hath run
Another six days' work is done
Arise, and bless the Lord
Arm of the Lord, awake, awake
Arrayed in clouds of golden light
As body when the soul has fled
As, bowed by sudden storms, the rose
As flows the rapid river
Asleep in Jesus! blesséd sleep .
As in solemn congregation
As o'er the past my inemory strays
A soldier's course from battles won
As the hari, with eager looks
As the sun's enlivening eye
As the sweet flower that scents the morn
As twilight's gradual veil is spread
At thy lable, Lord of life

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Author of good, to thee we turn

A voice upon the midnight air

Awake, and sing the song

Awake, my soul, and with the sun

Awake, my soul ! lift up thine eyes

Awake, my soul ! stretch every nervo

Awake, my tongue; thy tribute bring

Awake, our souls; away, our stars

A wake, ye saints, awake

Awake, ye saints, and raise your eyes

Baptized into our Saviour's death

Before Jehovah's awful throne

Begin, my soul, th' exalted lay

Begin the high, celestial strain

Behold, amid his little flock

Behold th' amazing sight

Behold the morning sun

Behold! the Prince of Peace

Behold the western evening light

Behold, where, breathing love divino

Behold, where, in a morial form
Behold yon bright array,

Be joyful in God, all ye lands of the earth

Beneath our feet and o'er our head

Be thou, O God, exalted high

Beyond, beyond that boundless sea

Blest are the humble souls that see.

Blest are the pure in heart

Blest are the sons of peace

Blest are the souls that hear and know

Blest be the tie that binds

Blest hour, when mortal man retires

Blest Instructer! from thy ways

Blest is the hour when cares depart

Blest is the man who fears the Lord

Blest is the man, whose heart is kind .

Blest Shepherd, I am thine

Blest Spirit, Source of grace

divine

Borne o'er the ocean's stormy wave

Brightest and best of the song of the morning

Bright Source of everlasting love

Bright Source of intellectual rays

Bright the vision that delighted

Bright was the guiding star that led

Brot her, rest from sin and sorrow

Brother, thou art gone before us

Brother, thou art gone to rest :

Brother, though from yonder sky

By cool Siloam's shady rill

By us the seed is sown

Called by the Sabbath bells away

Calın on the bosom

thy God

Calm on the listening ear of night

Cease, ye mourners, cease to languish

Children of light, awake

Children of the Heavenly King

Christians, brethren, ere we part
Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day
Christ, whose glory fills the skies
Clay to clay, and dust to dust

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Come, blesséd Spirit, come to-day
Come, blessed Spirit, heavenly Light
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove
Come, Holy Spirii, calm my mind
Come, Holy Spirit, come
Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove
Come in, thou blesséd of the Lord
Come, let our voices join
Come, let us anew
Come, let us join our friends above
Coine, let us join our souls to God
Come, let us pray, 't is sweet to feel
Come, let us strike our harps afresh
Come, O my soul, in sacred lays
Come, said Jesus' sacred voice
Come, shout aloud the Father's grace
Conie, sound his praise abroad
Come, thou Almighty King :
Come to the house of prayer
Coine, we that love the Lord
Conne, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish
Come. ye that know and fear the Lord
Commit ihou all thy griefs
Dark, dark inileed the grave would be .
Daughter of Zion, awake frum illy sadness
Day unto day doth utter speech
Dear as thou wert, and justly dear
Death has been here, and borne away
Deathless spirit, now arise
Deein noi that they are blest alone
Delightful is the lask to sing
Early, my God, without delay
Eat, drink, in memory of your

Frienil
Ere mountains reared their forms sublimo
Eternal Father, God of love
Eternal God! how srail is man
Eternal God, thou Light divine
Eternal Source of every joy
Eternal Source of life and light
Eternal Source of joys divine
Eternal Spirit, God of truth .
Eternal Wisdom, thee we praise
Ever sounds with holy hymns
Exeri thy power, thy rights maintain
Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss
Faith, hope, and charity, these three
Faith, hope, and love now dwell
Faith is the brightest evidence
Faith is the Christian's prop
Far as thy name is known
Farewell, dear friend ! a long farewell
Far from mortal cares retreating
Far from these narrow scenes of night
Far from thy servants, God of grace
Father and Friend, thy light, thy love
Father and is thy table spread
Father, bless thy word to all
Father, brea' he an evening blessing
Father divine, the Saviour cried

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Father divine, thy piercing eye

Father, gathered round the bier

Father, hear us when we pray.

Father, I know thy ways are just

Father in heaven, to thee my heart .

Father in heaven, we thank tho caro

Father of all, in whom, alono

Father of all our morcios, thou

Father of light ! conduct my feet

Father of lights ! we sing thy naine

Father of mercies, God of love

Father of mercies, in thy word

Father of our feeble race

Father of spirits, nature's God

Father, once more lei grateful prais

Father, Refuge of my soul

Father, thy paternal care

Father, we bless the gentle care'.

Father, who in the olive shade

Father, when o'er our trembling hearts

Feeble, helpless, how'shall I

Flung to the heeilless winds

For a season called to part

Forgive us, for thy mercy's sake

Forth from the dark and storiny sky

Fountain of all-sufficient bliss

Fountain of light and living breach

Fountain of mercy, God of love

Friend after friend departs

From all that dwell below the skies

From earliest dawn of lifo

From every stormy wind that blows

From Greenland's icy mountains

Froin stern oppression's haughty land

From the cross uplifted high

From the table now retiring

From year to year in love we meet

Gently fall the dews of eve

Gently, Lord ! O, gently lead us

Gently, my Father, let me down

Give ine the wings of faith to rise

Giver of peace and unity

Give thanks to God most high

Give to the winds thy fears

Glorious in thy saints appear

Glorious things of thee are gon's

Glory to God, and peace or. earth

Glory to thee, my God, this night

Glory to thee, whose powerful word

God bless our native land

God, in the gospel of his Son

God. in the high and holy pla :e

Goil is love ; his mercy brigh.ens

God moves in a mysterious way

God of almighty love

God of eternity, from thee

God of mercy, do thou never

God of mercy, God or love

God of my childhood and my youth

God of my life, my morning song

God of my life, through all my days

God of my life, whose gracious power

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