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HYMN
Thou art gone to the grave! but we will not deplore
thee,

Heber. 369
Thou art, o God, the life and light, T. Moore. 31
Thou art the everlasting Word,

Conder, 142
Thou art the Way; by thee alone,

Doane. 127
Thou dear Redeemer, dying Lamb, Cennick, 119
Thou hidden love of God, whose height, Tersteegen. 284
Thou hidden source of calm repose, . Wesley. 137
Thou holy Saviour, Friend unseen,

Elliot. 212
Thou sovereign Lord of earth and skies, Conder's Sel, 480
Thou who art enthroned above,

Sandys. 439
Though troubles'assail,

Newton. 40
Thrice happy souls, who, born from heaven,

Doddridge. 261
Through all the changing scenes of life, Tate. 39
Through sorrow's night, and danger's path,

Kirke White, 300
Through the day thy love hath spared us, T. Kelly, 421
Thus far the Lord hath led me on,

Watts, 416
Thus spoke the Saviour of the world,

Blair, 180
Thy ceaseless, unexhausted love,

Wesley. 13
Thy goodness, Lord, our souls confess, Gibbons. 23
Thy mansion in the Christian's heart, . Cowper. 223
Thy works, not mine, O Christ,

Bonar. 138
To Christ, the Lord, let every tongue, . Stennett. 146
To God commit thy griefs,

Luther, 336
To God, the only wise,

IVatts.
To Him that chose us first,

Watts. 106
To Him that loved the souls of men,

Watts, 148
To keep the lamp alive,

Cowper. 343
To-morrow, Lord, is thine,

Douldridge. 403
To praise the ever-bounteous Lord, Needham, 455
To thee, O Lord our God, we now,

Ragg. 488
To those who know the Lord I speak, Corper. 289
'Twas on that night, when doom'd to know,

Archibald, 77

Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb,

IV atts. 365

HYMN
Vain are the hopes the sons of men,

Watts. 46
Vital spark of heavenly flame,

Pope. 315
We bless the prophet of the Lord,

Watts. 117
We follow through the dreary wild, . Gilbert. 390
We sing to thee, thou Son of God, Toplady, 141
We speak of the realms of the blest,

305
Welcome, sweet day of rest,

Watts. 433
What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone, Denny. 72
What sinners value, I resign,

Watts. 306
What though my frail eyelids refuse, Toplady. 426
What though no flowers the fig-tree clothe, Cameron. 41
What various hindrances we meet,

Cowper. 273
When all thy mercies, O my God! Addison. 43
When gathering clouds around I view, Grant, 106
When I can read my title clear,

Watts. 264
When I survey the wondrous cross,

Watts. 84
When Israel, of the Lord beloved,

Scott. 37
When Jordan hushed his waters still, Campbeu. 65
When languor and disease invade, Toplady. 244
When my appointed hour is come,

Ilermann. 310
When the last trumpet's awful voice,

Watts. 322
When this passing world is done, M'Cheyne. 338
When through the torn sail the wild tempest is
streaming,

234
Where high the heavenly temple stands, . Logan. 102
Where two or three with sweet accord, Stennett, 476
While humble shepherds watch their flocks, Tate. 63
While we with fear and hope survey,

Gilbert. 495
Who can resist th' Almighty arm,

Bruce. 4
Why do we mourn departing friends, Watts. 364
Why pour'st thou forth thine anxious plaint, Watts. 231
Why should we start and fear to die, Watts. 301
With joy we meditate the grace,

Watts. 103
With broken heart and contrite sigh, Elven. 199
With sacred joy we lift our eyes,

Jervis. 21

Ye angels who stand round the throne, De Fleury. 309

HYYN

Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewell, Doddridge. 313
Ye heavens, send forth your song of praise, Watts. 34
Ye principalities and powers, Leeds Cong. Selection. 367
Ye servants of the Lord,

Doddridge. 341
Ye sons of earth, prepare the plough, Cowper. 452
Ye that put on the heavenly crown, Leeds Cong. Sel. 363
Ye who the name of Jesus bear,

Cameron 67
You now must hear my voice no more, Robertson. 81
Your harps, ye trembling saints, Toplady. 235

INDEX OF AUTHORS.

ABEL,” Oratorio of. Hymn 29.
ADAMS, SARAH F. (1840]. 288.
ADDISON, JOSEPH (died at Holland House, Ken-

sington, June 17, 1719). 30, 43, 130, 485.
ALLEN, G. N. 210.
ALLEN, OSWALD. 431.
AMBROSE, Bishop of Milan (died at Milan, April 4,

397). 398.
AMERICAN PAPER (1862). 213.
ARCHIBALD. 77.

BAILEY, PHILIP, author of Festus, The Angel World,

&c. 324, 326.
BAKER, SIR HENRY. 314.
BAKEWELL. 147.
BARBAULD, ANNA LÆTITIA (died March 9, 1824).

436, 442.
BARTON, BERNARD (died Feb. 19, 1849). 171.
BATHURST (1831). 381.
BATTY (1757). 92.
BAXTER, RICHARD (died at London, Dec. 8, 1691).

248.
BEDDOME, BENJAMIN, Baptist minister (died at

Bourton, 1795). 379, 483.
BERNARD, Abbot of Clairvaux, where he died in

1153. 123, 144.
BLAIR, ROBERT, minister of Athelstaneford, and

author of The Grare, a Poem (died Feb. 4, 1746).
86, 180, 275, 386.

BODEN (died June 4, 1841, aged 85). Hymn 150, 358.
BONAR, HORATIUS, D.D., Free Church of Scotland,

Kelso (1839-1862). 138, 140, 189, 190, 218, 291,

402.
BOWDLER, JOHN, barrister (died Feb. 1, 1815). 283.
BOWRING, SIR JOHN (1825). 9, 118.
BRONTÉ. 227.
BROWN. 12.
BROWNE, S. (1720). 200, 466.
BROWNE, SIR T., M.D. (died at Norwich, Oct. 19,

1682). 410.
BRUCE, MICHAEL, student of the Scottish Secession

Church (died July 5, 1767). 4, 107, 260, 461.
BUNTING, W. M., Wesleyan minister (1846]. 353.
BUNYAN, JOHN. 348.
BURDER, G., Congregational minister (died May

29, 1832, aged 80). 446.
BURNS, J. D., Presbyterian minister, Hampstead

(1854). 80, 345, 415.
BURTON. 173.

CAMERON, minister of Kirk-Newton (died 1811).

41, 67, 182.
CAMPBELL, THOMAS, author of The Pleasures of

Hope (died June 15, 1844). 65.
CAREY. 424.
CAWOOD, John. 64.
CENNICK, JOHN [1742]. 100, 119, 128.
CHANDLER. 93.
CHAPMAN. 296.
CHILD'S CHRISTIAN YEAR." 279.
COBBIN, INGRAM (died March 10, 1851). 472
COLLYER, W. B., Congregational minister at Peck-

ham (died Jan. 8, 1854). 419, 467.
CONDER, JOSIAH, editor of the Eclectic Review (died

Dec. 27, 1855). 142, 169, 318, 492.
CONDER, Mrs. JOSIAH. 430.
CONDER's SELECTION, 480.

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