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Come, Holy Spirit, come,

Hart. 162
Come, Holy Spirit, from above,

Watts. 161
Come, let us anew our journey pursue, Wesley. 463
Come, let us arise, and press to the skies, Wesley. 360
Come, let us join our friends above, Wesley. 376
Come, let us search our hearts, and try,

Come, let us to the Lord our God,

Morrison. 229
Come, my soul, thy suit prepare, .

Neuton. 271
Come on, my partners in distress,

Wesley. 298
Come, sinner, to the gospel feast, . Huntingdon. 184
Come, thou fount of every blessing, . Robinson. 48
Come to Calvary's holy mountain, Montgomery. 183
Come to me, Lord, when first I wake,

Come to the morning prayer, Montgomery. 427
Come, we that love the Lord,

IVatts. 267
Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched, . Hart. 181
Commit thou all thy griefs,

Gerhard. 250
Creator Spirit ! by whose aid,

Dryden. 160
Day of judgment, day of wonders !

Neuton. 115
Dear as thou wert, and justly dear,

Dale, 363
Dear is the hallowed morn to me, Cunningham. 437
Dear Lord ! accept a sinful heart,

Couper. 219
Dearest of all the names above,

Watts. 145
Deathless principle, arise,

Toplady. 316
Dread sovereign, let my evening song, Watts. 414
Each other we have owned,

Beddome. 483
Earth, with her ten thousand flowers, Taylor. 10
Ere God had built the mountains, Couper. 59
Eternal God, we look to thee,

Merrick. 977
Far from the world, O Lord, I flee, Corper. 293
Father, how wide thy glory shines,

Watts. 57
Father, I know that all my life,
Father of all, we bow to thee,

Waring. 339

Blair. 975
Father of love and power,

Leeds Cong. Selection. 423
Father of peace, and God of love!

Watts. 55

Fatber! the sweetest, dearest name,

Faber. 53
Father, whate'er of earthly bliss, .

Steele. 334
Fear was within the tossing bark,

Hemans. 70
Fierce passions discompose the mind, Cowper. 349
For a season called to part,

Newton. 482
For ever here my rest shall be,

Wesley. 91
For ever with the Lord,

Montgomery. 319
For mercies countless as the sands, Newton. 352
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go,

Wesley. 399
Fountain of mercy, God of love, Flowerder. 462
Friend after friend departs,

Montgomery. 240
From all that dwell below the skies,

Watts. 26
From every stormy wind that blows, Stowell. 269
From Greenland's icy mountains,

Heber. 389
From thee, my God, my joys shall rise, Watts. 19

Give dust to dust; and here we leave, Leeds Cong. Sel. 366
Give me the wings of faith to rise,

IV atts. 295
Give to the winds thy fears,

Gerhard. 335
Glorious things of thee are spoken,

Newton. 371
Glory to God on high!

Boden. 150
Glory to thee, my God, this night,

Kenn. 408
Go to dark Gethsemane,

Montgomery. 82
Go, worship at Immanuel's feet,

Watts. 126
God is gone up with a merry noise,

Heber. 98
God is love! his mercy brightens, Bowring. 9
God moves in a mysterious way,

Cowper. 38
God of each tender joy and care, Isaac Taylor, senr. 490
God of my life! through all its days, Doddridge. 27
God of my life, to thee I call,

Cowper. 252
God of the morning, at whose voice,

Watts. 407
God of the sunlight hours, how sad, Saffery. 418
Grace ! 'tis a charming sound, Doddridge. 51
Gracious Spirit, dwell with me,

Lynch. 163
Great God I as seasons disappear, .

Great God! at thy command,
Great God ! how infinite art thou,

TVatts. 2
Great God! on what a slender thread, Watts. 469


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Great God! we sing that mighty hand, Doddridge. 465
Great God! what do I see and hear?

Ringwald & Collyer. 112
Great God! where'er we pitch our tent,
Great leader, help, thy pilgrim faints, . Sheppard. 308
Guide me, 0 thou great Jehovah,

Oliver. 255
Guide of our youth, and Lord of all, . Rugg. 489
Hail ! blessed communion of love,

Swaine. 481
Hail! thou once des pised Jesus,

Bakewell. 147
Hail to the Lord's Anointed !

Montgomery. 109
Happy the home when God is there,

Happy the meek whose gentle breast, T. Scott, 347
Happy the souls to Jesus joined,

Wesley. 375
Hark, how th' adoring hosts above, . Watts. 152
Hark! my soul, it is the Lord,

Couper. 339
Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comes! Doddridge. 60
Hark! the herald angels sing,

IVesley. 62
Hark! what mean those holy voices ? Cawood. 64
He dies, the Friend of sinners dies,

Watts. 87
He that is down needs fear no fall, Bunyan. 348
Health is a jewel dropt from heaven, Mason. 351
Hear what God the Lord hath spoken, Cowper. 372
Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims, Watts, 320
Heart of Christ, О cup most golden, Lynch, 133
Heave, mighty ocean, heave,

Graham. 486
He's gone! the Saviour's work on earth, . Denny. 101
Ho! ye that thirst approach the spring, Cameron, 182
Holy Bible, book divine,

Burton. 173
Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty! . Heber. 167
Honour and happiness unite,

Cowper. 258
Hosanna to the Prince of light,

Watts. 95
How are thy servants bless'd, O Lord, Addison. 485
How beauteous are their feet,

Watts. 179
How bright these glorious spirits shine, . Watts. 321
How calmly the evening once more is descending,

Lynch. 413
How cheerful the field and the mead, Orat, of Abel. 29

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How few receive with cordial faith,. Robertson. 75
How glorious Sion's courts appear,

Watts, 370
How great a being, Lord, is thine,

Mason. 6
How large the promise, how divine,

Watts. 491
How long the time since Christ began, Heber. 202
How precious is the book divine, .

Fawcett. 172
How should the sons of Adam's race, Watts.

How sweet and solemn is the place,

Watts. 393
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds, Neu ton. 157
How sweetly flow'd the gospel's sound, Bowring. 118
How swift the torrent rolls,

Doddridge. 468
How welcome to the saints when press'd, Newton. 434
How wretched was our former state,

Watts. 49

I asked the Lord that I might grow,

Newton. 253
I come to thee once more, my God,

Faber. 204
I give myself to prayer,

Lynch. 228
I give thee back thine own again,

Spitta. 239
I heard the voice of Jesus say,

Bonar. 190
I know that my Redeemer lives, U. P. Hymn-book. 98
I lay my sins on Jesus,

Bonar. 189
I long to behold him array'd,

Wesley. 297
I need thee, precious Jesus,

I sing my Saviour's wondrous death, TV atts. 88
I was a grovelling creature once,

Cowper. 259
I will praise thee every day,

Couper. 159
I worship thee, sweet will of God,

Faber. 245
would, but cannot sing,

Newton. 221
If'tis sweet to mingle where,

Cibbin. 472
I'm not ashamed to own my Lord,

Watts. 211
In all things like thy brethren, thou, Keble. 121
In sleep's serene oblivion laid, Haukesworth. 400
In vain my fancy strives to paint,

Newton. 317
Is heaven a clime where diamond dews, Bailey. 324
Is there a time when moments flow, Edmeston. 449
It is the last'--O solemn word,

Collyer. 467
It is the Lord enthroned in light,

Greene. 238

Jerusalem, my happy home,

D. Dickson, 325
Jesus! and can it ever be?

Gregg. 337
Jesus, at thy command,

Toplady. 208
Jesus invites his saints,

Watts. 394
Jesus, I love thy charming name, Doddridge. 156
Jesus, I my cross have taken

Gilbert. 209
Jesus, lover of my soul,

Wesley. 129
Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone,

Cennick. 100
Jesus, my Lord, how rich thy grace, Doddridge. 357
Jesus, my strength, my hope,

Wesley. 331
Jesus, our best-beloved Friend, Montgomery. 207
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun,

Watts. 108
Jesus, the Lord of glory, died,

Jesus, the name to sinners dear,

Wesley. 125
Jesus, the very thought of thee,

Bernard, 144
Jesus, thou man of sorrows, born,

Heber, 68
Jesus, thou nee lest me,

Bonar. 140
Jesus! Thy church with longing eyes, Bathurst. 381
Jesus! Thy robe of righteousness, . Zinzendorf. 124
Jesus, where'er thy people meet,

Cowper. 471
Joy is a fruit that will not grow, .

Newton. 262
Joy to the world! the Lord is come!

Watts. 61
Just as I am; without one plea,

C. Eliott. 188

Keep silence, all ye sons of men,

Watts. 58
Laden with guilt, and full of fears,

Watts. 170
Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace, Barton. 171
Let Christian faith and hope dispel,

Logan. 263
Let not your hearts with anxious thoughts,

Robertson. 79
Let others boast how strong they be,

Watts. 195
Let party names no more,

Beddome. 379
Let saints below in concert sing,

Wesley. 374
Let the whole race of creatures lie,


Let us with a gladsome mind,


Light of those whose dreary dwelling, Toplady. 383
Lo! former scenes, predicted once,

Blair. 386

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