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HYMN
Lo! he comes with clouds descending, Oliver. 113
Lo! what a glorious sight appears,

Watts. 116
Long have I sat beneath the sound, . Watts. 224
Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious, Kelly. 99
Lord, as a family we meet,

Fletcher. 473
Lord, as to thy dear cross we flee,

Gurney. 74
Lord, at thy feet we sinners lie,

S. Browne. 200
Lord, behold us few and weak,

Kelly. 359
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing, Burder. 446
Lord, how delightful 'tis to see,

Watts. 444
Lord, how wonderful is man,

Lynch, 197
Lord, I commend myself to thee, . Collyer. 419
Lord, I delight in thee,

Ryland. 242
Lord, if thou the grace impart,

Madan. 346
Lord, it belongs not to my care,

Baxter. 248
Lord Jesus, let thy watchful care,

Swaine. 500
Lord of mercy and of might,

Heber. 149
Lord of my life! O may thy praise,

Steele. 406
Lord of the harvest ! God of grace!

447
Lord of the Sabbath! hear us pray,

Doddridge. 438
Lord, teach thy servants how to pray,

330
Lord, teach us how to pray aright, Montgomery. 274
Lord, thou art good l all nature shows, Brown. 12
Lord, thou hast bid us pray,

G. J. W. 497
Lord, while for all mankind we pray, Wreford. 498
Lord, who hast suffered all for me, Cowper. 254
Love divine, all loves excelling,

Wesley. 282
Love suffers long; love envies not, Randall. 356
Millions within thy courts have met, Montgomery. 448
Mountains by the darkness hidden, . Lynch. 230
Must Jesus bear the cross alone? G. N. Allen. 210
My blessed Saviour, is thy love,
My dear Redeemer, and my Lord,

Watts.

73
My God, how endless is thy love!

Watts. 404
My God, how perfect are thy ways, Cowper. 222
My God, how wonderful thou art !

Faber.

20
My God, I love thee, not because,

Xavier, 286

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My God, my everlasting hope,

Watts. 496
My God, my Father, blissful name,

Steele, 34
My God, my Father, while I stray,

C. Blliot. 35
My God, my portion, and my love,

Watts. 18
My God, the covenant of thy love, Doddridge. 15
My God, the spring of all my joys,

IVatts. 17
My God, thy boundless love I praise, H. Moore. 11
My Lord, my love, was crucified, J. Mason. 441
My race is run; my warfare's o'er,

Watts. 311
My soul, amid this stormy world, Chapman. 296
My spirit on thy care,

Lyte. 278
Nearer, my God, to thee,

S. F. Adams. 288
No more let sorrow cloud your eye, J. D. Burns. 80
No more, my God! I boast no more,

Watts. 203
Not all the blood of beasts,

Watts. 90
Not all the outward forms on earth, Watts. 50
Not to the terrors of the Lord,

Watts. 373
Now begin the heavenly theme, Langford. 154
Now from the altar of our hearts,

Mason, 411
Now let us cheerfully survey,

Doddridge. 105
O Father, though the anxious fear, . Barbauld. 442
O for a closer walk with God,

Cowper. 225
O for a heart to please my God,

Wesley. 329
O for a shout of sacred joy,

Watts. 97
O for a thousand tongues to sing,

Wesley. 155
O for an overcoming faith,

Watts. 302
O for my Master's generous mind, Bunting. 353
O for the happy hours gone by,

Faber, 2:6
O God of Bethel! by whose hand, Doddridge. 36 wa
O God, our help in ages past,

Watts. 42
O God, we praise thee, and confess, Patrick. 8
O God, who didst thy will unfold,

Conder. 169
O happy day, that fix'd my choice, Doddridge. 206
O happy is the man who hears,

Bruce. 260
O help us, Lord, each hour of need, Milman. 201
0 Jesus, King most wonderful,

Bernard. 123

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O Jesus, Lord of heavenly grace,

Ambrose. 398
O Lord; another day is flown, H. Kirke White. 412
O Lord, how happy should we be, Child's Chris. Year. 279
O Lord, I would delight in thee,

Ryland. 287
O Lord, my best desire fulfil,

Cowper. 256
O Lord, not those bright heavens alone,. Saffery. 405
O love divine ! how sweet thou art, Wesley. 132
O Spirit of the living God,

Montgomery. 165
O that the Lord's salvation, .

Lyte. 384
O the delights, the heavenly joys,

Watts. 143
O the hour when this material,

Conder. 318
O thou from whom all goodness flows, Humphries. 291
O thou who driest the mourner's tear, T. Moore. 243
O thou, whose covenant is sure,

Conder. 492
O timely happy, timely wise,

Keble. 397
O what a lonely path were ours,

Denny. 247
O worship the King,

Grant.

25
O'er the dark wave of Galilee,

Russell. 69
O'er the gloomy hills of darkness, Williams. 387
On the dewy breath of even,

Elliott. 420
Once more, my soul, the rising day,

Watts. 401
One sweetly solemn thought,

Carey. 424
One there is, above all others,

Newton. 131
Oppress'd with sin and woe,

Bronté. 227
Our children, Lord, in faith and prayer,

493
Our Father, God, who art in heaven, Judson. 276
Our helper, God, we bless his name, Doddridge. 470
Our journey is a thorny maze,

Watts. 232

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Peace be to this habitation,

Wesley. 477
Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintivemoan, Bowdler. 283
Plunged in a gulf of dark despair,

Watts.

45
Praise, O praise the name divine,

Merrick. 168
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Montgomery. 272
Precious Bible! what a treasure,

Newton. 174

Quiet, Lord, my froward heart,

Newton. 344

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Rejoice, believer, in the Lord,

Newton. 217
Rejoice for a brother deceased,

Wesley. 361
Return, O wanderer, to thy home, T. Hastings. 185
Rise, rise, my soul, and leave the ground,

Watts.

3
Rock of Ages, cleft for me,

Toplady. 191
Safely through another week,

Neroton, 429
Salvation ! O the joyful sound, .

Watts. 47
Saviour, breathe an evening blessing, Edmeston. 425
Saviour, let thy sanction rest,

Raffles. 487
Saviour, make us one in mind,

378
Saviour, through the desert lead us,

290
See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand,

Doddridge. 494
See the leaves around us falling,

llorne. 458
Servant of God, well done!

Montgomery. 362
Shine, mighty God, on Britain shine, Watts. 499
Show pity, Lord; O Lord, forgive,

Watts. 198
Since all the downward tracts of time, Herrey. 246
So let our lips and lives express,

Watts, 328
Soldiers of Christ, arise,

Wesley. 215
Some seraph lend your heavenly tongue, Watts.

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Sometimes a light surprises,

Corper. 266
Soon shall this earthly frame, dissolvid, Watts. 303
Sovereign Ruler of the skies,

Ryland. 33
Sow ye beside all waters,

354
Stand the omnipotent decree,

Wesley, 307
Stand up! stand up for Jesus !

Duffield, 216
Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, . Keble. 409
Sweet is the solace of thy love,

Waring. 292
Sweet is the work, my God, my King, Watts. 440
Sweet the moments, rich in blessing, Batty. 92
Sweet was the vision, calm and bright, Saffery. 380
Sweeter, O Lord, than rest to thee, Denny. 71
Take comfort, Christians, when your friends, Logan. 241
The atoning work is done,

Kelly. 104
The billows swell, the winds are high, Corper. 233
The brooks that brim with showers, Lynch. 350

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The church has waited long,

Bonar. 391
The day of wrath, that dreadful day,

Scott. 114
The God of Abraham praise,

Oliver. 16
The God of harvest praise,

Montgomery. 456
The heavens are telling high and wide, Keble. 176
The hour of my departure's come,

Logan, 312
The hours of evening close,

Mrs. Conder. 430
The icy chains that bound the earth, Needham. 451
The King of heaven his table spreads, Doddridge. 392
The leaves around me falling,

Lyte. 459
The Lord is risen indeed,

Kelly. 94
The Lord Jehovah is my God,

Sternhold 257
The Lord my pasture shall prepare,

Addison. 130
The Lord of earth and sky,

Wesley. 464
The Lord shall come, the earth shall quake, Heber. 111
The Lord will come, and not be slow, Milton. 110
The Lord will happiness divine,

Cowper, 220
The mellow lights that flushed the sky, J. D. Burns. 415
The night is come; like to the day, T. Browne. 410
The promise of my Father's love,

Watts. 78
The race that long in darkness pin'd, Morrison. 122
The Sabbath-day has reached its close, Elliot. 450
The sacred Word, so fraught with use, Lynch. 175
The Saviour, what a noble flame, .

Cowper. 76
The sere leaf flickers down,

Lynch, 460
The shades of evening
chase away,

Spitta. 417
The soul's sweet summer is not here, Lynch. 453
The spacious firmament on high,

Addison. 30
The voice of free grace,

Thornbury. 52
The weary dove comes back again,

Judkin. 443
Thee we adore, eternal Name!

Watts. 194
There is a blessed home,

Baker. 314
There is a book who runs may read,

28
There is a fountain filled with blood, Cowper. 89
There is a happy land,

304
There is a land of
pure delight,

Watts. 323
There is a sacred, hallow'd spot,

83
This God is the God we adore,

Hart. 158

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