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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Pregle 171

Redemption by Christ
Reflection, Warnings to
Rejuvenescence
Renember me
Remembrance, This do in
Resignation

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Caroline Fry 32

Delta 303
Merrick 206
Montgomery 466

Adilison 34
Bishop Kenn 465
Hawkesworth 467

Milton 257
: Edmiston 396

Noel 22

Cooper 157
Montgomery 311

Nocl 471

Resurrection, The
Revelation, The
Sabbath, The

in the Fields

In the
Tusic of
ditations in the

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Anon. 427
Hawkesworth 357

Stebbing 107
Humphries 457
Montgomery 205

Caunter 68
Caroline Fry 290

Cowley 20

Kelly 484
Montgomery 53
Cunningham 287
Montgomery 475

Newton 479

Anon. 478
Watts 478
Watts 475

Watts 477
Doddridge 476
Doddridge 479

Anon. 435
Anon, 431
Watts 413

Heber 423
Doddridge 425
Milman 132

Grant 214
Thomas Roscoe 392
Doddridge 480

Barter 35

Byron 177
Doddridge 456

Opie 189
Anon. 409

Watts 411
Bloomfield 370

Neile 175

Hogg 341
Wordsworth 343

Bordler 241

Anon. 422

Anon. 136
Stebbing 80

Heber 361
Kirke White 313

Dodsley 295

Mant 170
Lawson 379

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Wordsworth 88
Wordsworth 334

Caunter 160
Cowper 238

Conder 369
Miss Roscoe 330
Montgomery 415

Milton 229

Anon. 112
Gisborne 80

Anon. 418
Montgomery 16

Mani 128
Grant 153
Wesley 418
Anon. 461

Dale 337

Anon. 440
Doddridge 420
Montgomery 441

Anon. 440
Heber 454
Broome 485
Anon. 439
Anon. 451

Heber 452
Mrs. J. Cotterill 454

Anon. 453
Montgomery 474

Burns 2015

Gisborne 456
Montgomery 450
Montgomery 137

Stehhing 315
Herbert 277

Hour of

before Sermon
in the family
in the Great Congregation
Morning
Meditation

Worship
Sacrament, The
Saints in Glory

w Rest
Sanctuary, Vows paid in the

Save, Lord, or we perish'
Saviour, Christ a complete

- Second coming of the

Trust in the
Saul the Persecutor
Self-Dedication, Renewal of
Self-Denial
Sennacherib, Destruction of
Servant of Christ
Seymour, Elegy on Lady C.
Shepherd, The Lord is my
Sinner's portion and Saint's hope
Solitude
Song, The Captives
Song, Covenanter's Scaffold
Sonnet composed on Westminster Bridge
Soul, The Saviour to the
Spirit, Promise of the Holy
Spirit, The happy
Spirit's Ministerings
Spring
Star of Bethlehem
Storm, The
Sunday Morning
Sweetbriar, Ode to a, in India
Tears
Temporals and Spirituals
Temple above, The
Tenderness, Maternal
Threnodia
Tidings, The Strangers
Time, fieetness of
Times past Revived
Triumph, Song of
Valediction, The
Vanity, Man's

Prs to
reading the Scripture
essing with food
ay of National Humiliation
of Holiness
i and Graces
e to follow Christ
ance of Holy Spirit
ress of Life
dence and Grace
emer's Return
ssion to Divine will
ove of God
im

Corper 460

ct of Death

Caunter 243
Barton 125

Logan 43
Campbell 159
Smedley 303
Horoiit 58
Bowles 345
Wesley 458
Milman 248

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Barter 232
Clare 355

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hruiness
dost thou here
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ruess, The Victory in the
d, Vain hopes of the
ip, Evening
On the Eve of a new
lumn to a new
rospect of a new
Filections at the end of the
(The) cut off in their prime
he fong of

Green 284
Middleton 33
Doddridge 481

Anon. 481
S. Wesley 166

(KIRKE WAITE.)

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AWAKE, sweet barp of Judah, wake,
Retune thy strings for Jesu's sake;
We sing the Saviour of our race,
The Lamb, our shield, and hiding-place.
When God's right arm is bared for war,
The thunders clothe his cloudy car.
Where, where, oh where, shall man retire,
To’scape the horrors of his ire ?
'Tis He, the Lamb, to him we fly,
While the dread tempest passes by;
God sees his well-beloved's face,
And spares us in his hiding-place.
Thus, while we dwell in this low scene,
The Lamb is our unfailing screen;
To him, though guilty, still we run,
And God still spares us for his Son.
While yet we sojourn here below,
Pollutions still our hearts o’erflow;
Fallen, abject, mean, a sentenced race,
We dceply need a biding-place.

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Yet couragem days and years will glide,
And we shall lay these clods aside;
Shall be baptized in Jordan's flood,
And wasb’d in Jesu's cleansing blood.

Then
pure,

immortal, sinless, freed,
We through the Lamb shall be decreed;
Shall meet the Father face to face,
And need no inore a hiding: place.

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Blest are they,
Who in this fleshly world, the elect of Heaven,
Their strong eye darting tbro' the deeds of men,
Adore with stedfast unpresuming gaze
Him, Nature's Essence, Mind, and Energy!
And gazing, trembling, patientl ascend,
Treading beneath their feet all visible things,
As steps, that upward to their Father's throne
Lead gradualmelse nor glorified nor lov’d.
They nor contempt embosom nor revenge :
For they dare know of what may seem deform,
The Supreme Fair, sole Operant; in whose sight
All things are pure, his strong controiling love
Alike from all educing perfect good.

Their's too celestial courage, inly arm’d,
Dwarfing Earth's giant brood, what time they muse
On their great Father, great beyond compare !
And marching onwards view high o'er their heads
His waving banners of omnipotence.

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Yet courage-days and years will glide, And we shall lay these clods aside; Shall be baptized in Jordan's food, And wash'd in Jesu's cleansing blood.

Then pure, immortal, sinless, freed, We through the Lamb shall be decreed; Shall meet the Father face to face, And need no more a hiding place.

FROM

RELIGIOUS MUSINGS."

BY COLERIDGE.

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They cannot dread created might, who love
God, the Creator !—fair and lofty thought!
It lifts and swells my heart! And as I muse,
Behold! a vision gathers in my soul,
Voices and shadowy shapes, in human guise.
I seem to see the phantom, near, pass by,
Hotly-pursued, and pale! From rock to rock
He bounds with bleeding feet, and thro' the swamp,
The quicksand, and the groaning wilderness,
Struggles with feebler and yet feebler fight.
But lo! an altar in the wilderness,
And eagerly yet feebly, lo! he grasps
The altar of the living God! and there,
With wan reverted face, the trembling wretch
All wildly list’ning to his hunter.fiends,
Stands, till the last faint echo of their yell
Dies in the distance. Soon refresh'd from Heaven
He calms the throb and tempest of his heart.
His countenance settles: a soft solemn bliss
Swims in his eyes: his swimming eyes uprais’d,
And Faith's whole armour girds his limbs! And thus,
Transfigur’d, with a meek and dreadless awe,
A solemn hush of spirit, he beholds
All things of terrible seeming : yea, unmov'd
Views e’en the immitigable ministers,
That shower down vengeance on these latter days,
For even these on wings of healing come,
Yea, kindling with intenser Deity ;
From the celestial inercy-seat they speed,
And at the renovating wells of love,
Have fill’d their vials with salutary wrath ;
To sickly Nature more medicinal,
Than what sweet balm the weeping good man pours
Into the lone, despoiled, trav’ller's wounds !

Thus, from th' Elect, regenerate thro' faith,
Pass the dark passions, and what thirsty cares

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