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A Collection of Hymns, More Particularly Designed for the Use of the West Society in Boston. (2nd ed. with Additions)

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CIHow are thy servants blest, O Lord [God]Page Scan
CIIIn vain the dusky night retiresPage Scan
CIIIDeath, with his dread commission sealedPage Scan
CIVHappy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
CVThou sacred Power, in heaven abovePage Scan
CVIWhen Abraham, full of sacred awePage Scan
CVIIShepherds, rejoice, lift up your eyesPage Scan
CVIIIYe hearts with youthful vigor warmPage Scan
CIXThe God of love will sure indulgePage Scan
CXWhen blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] awayPage Scan
CXIGreat Ruler of the earth and skiesPage Scan
CXIIWeary of these low scenes of nightPage Scan
CXIIIArise, and hail the happy sacred dayPage Scan
CXIVNow let our pains be all forgotPage Scan
CXVSee Isr'l's gentle Shepherd stand [stands]Page Scan
CXVIJesus, in thee our eyes beholdPage Scan
CXVIILet all the heathen writers joinPage Scan
CXVIIIYe humble souls that [who] seek the LordPage Scan
CXIXNot from the dust affliction growsPage Scan
CXXLo the young tribes of Adam risePage Scan
CXXIThe law commands, and makes us knowPage Scan
CXXIIMy God, permit me [us] not to be a strangerPage Scan
CXXIII'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]Page Scan
CXXIVLet party names no morePage Scan
CXXVWhere shall the tribes of Adam findPage Scan
CXXVIHow most exact is nature's framePage Scan
CXXVIIWhen first the God of boundless gracePage Scan
CXXVIIIWith restless agitations tossed [tost]Page Scan
CXXIXHow helpless guilty [fallen] nature liesPage Scan
CXXXYe mourning sinners, here disclosePage Scan
CXXXIBefore Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
CXXXIIMan has a soul of vast desiresPage Scan
CXXXIIIHow long shall death, the tyrant, reignPage Scan
CXXXIVBlest Jesus, how divinely brightPage Scan
CXXXVJesus, the friend of manPage Scan
CXXXVIWhat strange perplexities arisePage Scan
CXXXVIILet coward guilt, with pallid fearPage Scan
CXXXVIII'Tis not the law often commandsPage Scan
CXXXIXRiches in copious streamsPage Scan
CXLMalignant envy, come not nearPage Scan
CXLIFather of all, thy care we blessPage Scan
CXLIIHail honored wedlock, sacred ritePage Scan
CXLIIIThe traitor comes with ruffian crewPage Scan
CXLIVBound in a malefactor's chainsPage Scan
CXLVYes, there's a better world on highPage Scan
CXLVIEternal God, our years amountPage Scan
CXLVIIThou great and sacred Lord of allPage Scan
CXLVIIIMy heart, and all my ways, O GodPage Scan
CXLIXSwift as the feathered arrow fliesPage Scan
CLThough peevish virtue may complainPage Scan
CLINight's dismal gloom once more is fledPage Scan
CLIIWretched deceit, to think of heavenPage Scan
CLIIIThe gracious Saviour bow'd his headPage Scan
CLIVMy gracious God, accept my prayerPage Scan
CLVO happiness, where art thou hidPage Scan
CLVIIf Providence, to try my [our] heart [hearts]Page Scan
CLVIIBehold a stranger at the door!Page Scan
CLVIIITo thee, let my [our] first offering [offerings] risePage Scan
CLIXSwift as the winged arrow fliesPage Scan
CLXWherewith shall I [we] approach the [thee] LordPage Scan
CLXIThy laughing joys, young man, pursuePage Scan
CLXIIHow eagerly do men pursuePage Scan
CLXIIIAs various as the moon is man's estate belowPage Scan
CLXIVWho of himself can findPage Scan
CLXVShort is the date prescribed to manPage Scan
CLXVIGreat God, what rich provision's madePage Scan

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