The American Vocalist: a selection of tunes, anthems, sentences, and hymns, old and new: designed for the church, the vestry, or the parlor; adapted to every variety of metre in common use. (Rev. ed.)

Editor: Rev. D. H. Mansfield
Publisher: Thompson, Bigelow & Brown, Boston, 1849
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to numbers when more than one hymn is on a page.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
120aSoldiers of Christ, ariseMEDINAPage Scan
120bGrace, tis a charming soundCRANBROOKPage Scan
121Come, ye that love the LordIOWAPage Scan
122aHow beauteous are their feetWAKEFIELDPage Scan
122bWhat if the saint must dieWEST SUDBURYPage Scan
123And must this body dieEVENING HYMNPage Scan
124aTo bless thy chosen racePENTONVILLEPage Scan
124bMine eyes and my desireLINSTEADPage Scan
124cHow gentle God's commandsLATHROPPage Scan
125aSee what a living stoneSTAFFORDPage Scan
125bWelcome sweet day of restLISBONPage Scan
126Come, ye that love the LordCORELLIPage Scan
127aYour harps, ye trembling saintsOLMUTZPage Scan
127bLet songs of endless praiseNORWELLPage Scan
128aWould Jesus have the sinner die?EATONPage Scan
128bI'll praise my Maker while I've breathNEWCOURTPage Scan
129I love the volume of thy wordNASHVILLEPage Scan
130God is our refuge in distressGREENFIELDPage Scan
131Lo, God is here, let us adorePLYMOUTH DOCKPage Scan
132He framed the globe, he built the skyBROOKLYNPage Scan
133Lord, thou hast known my inmost mindSALISBURYPage Scan
134Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive moanPALESTINEPage Scan
135Prisoners of hope, lift up your headsLIBERTYPage Scan
136aThe Lord my pasture shall prepareBRIGHTONPage Scan
136bFather of all, omniscient mindCARTHAGEPage Scan
137Prisoners of hope, lift up your headsGLOUCESTERPage Scan
138The Lord hath eyes to give the blindPSALM 46TH.Page Scan
139aAnd didst thou, Lord, for sinners bleed?ARNEPage Scan
139bPreserve me, Lord, in times of needDRESDENPage Scan
140aThe Lord my pasture shall prepareYOAKLEYPage Scan
140bWhen thou, my righteous Judge shall comeMERIBAHPage Scan
141How happy are the little flockGALENAPage Scan
142'Twas in a vale where osiers grow,SYMPATHYPage Scan
143aO thou that hear'st the prayer of faithAITHLONEPage Scan
143bCome on, my partners in distressGANGESPage Scan
144O could I speak the matchless worthLEONPage Scan
145Begin, my soul, the exalted layAKRONPage Scan
146aHow happy is the pilgrim's lotBEULAHPage Scan
146bJesus! transporting sound!WEYMOUTHPage Scan
147Blow ye, the trumpet, blowLENOXPage Scan
148aArise, my soul, arisePage Scan
148bYe boundless realms of joyAMHERSTPage Scan
149No burning heats by dayDELIGHTPage Scan
150Ye boundless realms of joyPORTSMOUTHPage Scan
151aLord of the worlds aboveBETHESDAPage Scan
151bThe Lord Jehovah reignsORIONPage Scan
152aThe Lord Jehovah reignsHADDAMPage Scan
152bHow blest is our brotherJOSEPHPage Scan
153aA fountain of life and of graceHANDELPage Scan
153bHosanna to Jeus on highRESTPage Scan
154aHow tedious and tasteless the hoursCONTRASTPage Scan
154bAh lovely appearance of deathCORYDONPage Scan
155aFrom whence doth this union ariseUNION HYMNPage Scan
155bHow pleased and blest was IDALSTONPage Scan
156aHow pleasant 'tis to seeMACHIASPage Scan
156bSinners, turn! why will you diePLEYEL'S HYMNPage Scan
157Jesus, lover of my soulHOTHAMPage Scan
158aHail the day that saw him riseMIDDLETOWNPage Scan
158bFarewell honor's empty prideROMEPage Scan
159'Tis a point I long to knowLINDENPage Scan
160While, with ceaseless course, the sunBENEVENTOPage Scan
161aHearts of stone, relent, relentCALVARYPage Scan
161bHark, my soul, it is the LordVOICE OF MERCYPage Scan
162aKeep me, Saviour, near thy sideDALLASPage Scan
162bCome, said Jesus' sacred voiceHORTONPage Scan
163Christ, the Lord, is risen to-dayTOTTENHAMPage Scan
164aKeep me, Saviour, near thy sideGRANVILLEPage Scan
164bCome, and let us sweetly joinCOLUMBUSPage Scan
165aPraise to God!--immortal praiseNUREMBURGPage Scan
165bTo thy pastures fair and largeHENDONPage Scan
166aCome, said Jesus' sacred voicePRESTONPage Scan
166bOn the mountain's top appearingZIONPage Scan
167aCome, ye sinners, heavy ladenGREENVILLEPage Scan
167bLord, dismiss us with thy blessingSICILIAN HYMNPage Scan
168See the Lord of glory dying!LENAPage Scan
169aLo he comes with clouds descendingHELMSLEYPage Scan
169bHark, what mean those lamentationsCARNESPage Scan
170Jesus, I my cross have takenDISCIPLEPage Scan
171Jesus full of all compassionPASSOVERPage Scan
172Sweet the moments, rich in blessingKEMPTONPage Scan
173aGuide me, O thou great JehovahTAMWORTHPage Scan
173bLo! the Lord Jehovah livethWILMOTPage Scan
174See the leaves around us fallingAUTUMNPage Scan
175Sinners hear the melting storyWORTHINGPage Scan
175bLove divine, all love excellingWELCHPage Scan
176aHark! the voice of love and mercySTANLEYPage Scan
176bSister, thou wast mild and lovelyMOUNT VERNONPage Scan
177When shall the voice of singingROMAINEPage Scan
178The morning light is breakingMILLENIAL DAWNPage Scan
179From Greenland's icy mountainsMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
180O Almighty God of loveOREGONPage Scan
181aRise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsAMSTERDAMPage Scan
181bLet the world their virtue boastWENDELLPage Scan
182Jesus drinks the bitter cupSPRINGFIELDPage Scan
183My Redeemer, let me beMENDONPage Scan
184aHead of the church triumphantPRINCETONPage Scan
184bThe voice of my beloved soundsWARWICKPage Scan
185Watchmen, onward to your stationsLANSDALEPage Scan
186aHark! how the gospel trumpet sounds!CHRISTMASPage Scan
186bCome, thou almighty KingITALIAN HYMNPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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