A New Selection of Nearly Eight Hundred Evangelical Hymns, from More than 200 Authors in England, Scotland, Ireland, & America, including a great number of originals, alphabetically arranged

Editor: John Dobell
Publisher: A. Tower, J. Grigg, and T. Desilver, Philadelphia, 1825
Language: English
Notes: Choruses are numbered separately. Two unnumbered hymns at the end are given numbers starting with A. The hymnal skips some numbers. The page scan is missing some pages.
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182Since thou art pleas'd thy saints to ownPage Scan
183We now, O thou eternal GodPage Scan
184Behold, what matchless tender lovePage Scan
185Behold what condescending lovePage Scan
186The Saviour with inviting voicePage Scan
187Great God, now condescendPage Scan
188Great God, we in thy courts appearPage Scan
189The holy Eunuch, when baptiz'dPage Scan
190Like Bartimeus, we are blindPage Scan
191Encourag'd by thy wordPage Scan
192How long, thou faithful God, shall IPage Scan
193Beside the gospel pool Page Scan
194Eternal Spirit! 'twas thy breathPage Scan
195aFather of mercies, in thy wordPage Scan
195b"Come, search the Scriptures," saith the LordPage Scan
196Precious Bible! what a treasurePage Scan
197Now let my soul, with wonder tracePage Scan
198Sinners! this solemn truth regard!Page Scan
199Let earth, and seas, with all the skiesPage Scan
200Most gracious Father, God of allPage Scan
201Ye burden'd souls to Jesus comePage Scan
202The cause that is for me too hardPage Scan
203Once a friend of sinners, dearPage Scan
204Why, O my soul, these anxious cares?Page Scan
205Now in thy praise, eternal kingPage Scan
206O my soul, what means this sadness?Page Scan
207What think you of Christ? is the textPage Scan
208O Sion! afflicted with wave upon wavePage Scan
209aLord, must thy gospel fly away?Page Scan
209bGreat King of Sion, gracious GodPage Scan
210Say, who is she, that looks abroadPage Scan
211Come, let us join our friends abovePage Scan
212On Sion, his own holy mountPage Scan
213Great Lord of all thy churches, hearPage Scan
214How many years hath man been driv'nPage Scan
215From sin's dark thorny mazePage Scan
216aSaviour, visit thy plantationPage Scan
216bGlorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
217The Lord who rules the world's affairsPage Scan
218Thy bounties, gracious Lord Page Scan
219How sad and awful is my state!Page Scan
220What jarring natures dwell withinPage Scan
221When heav'n does grant, at certain timesPage Scan
222Strange that so much of heav'n and hellPage Scan
223Since, Lord, thy mighty grace did callPage Scan
224Did ever one of Adam's racePage Scan
225Hail! mighty Jesus! how divinePage Scan
226Lord, we adore thy matchless waysPage Scan
227As on the cross the Saviour hungPage Scan
228aA sight of Jesus, with his eyesPage Scan
228bYe that fear the Lord, attendPage Scan
229On the brink of fiery ruinPage Scan
230When with my mind divoutly pressedPage Scan
231Lord, thou hast won, at length I yieldPage Scan
232aWhen in the cloud, with colours fairPage Scan
232bTho' from the truth, professors turnPage Scan
232cRejoice ye saints, in ev'ry statePage Scan
233A debtor to mercy alonePage Scan
234Far, beyond all comprehensionPage Scan
235Now for a hymn of praise to GodPage Scan
236The God of Abrah'm praisePage Scan
237Look up ye saints! direct your eyesPage Scan
238aBegin, my soul, th'exalted layPage Scan
238bPraise the Lord, who reigns abovePage Scan
238cWhen darkness long has veil'd my mindPage Scan
239O! by what glimm'ring light we viewPage Scan
240Ah! little sojourner belowPage Scan
241aGod hath bereav'd me of my childPage Scan
241bYe mourning saints, whose streaming tearsPage Scan
242Alas! how chang'd that lovely flow'rPage Scan
243Thy life I read, my dearest LordPage Scan
244My Father calls me to his armsPage Scan
245Come, O my soul, look up and seePage Scan
246Ye fleeting charms of earth, farewellPage Scan
247Haste, that delightful, awful dayPage Scan
248I sojourn in a vale of tearsPage Scan
249How happy are the souls abovePage Scan
250Now let our drooping hearts revivePage Scan
251aJesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
251bWhen death appears before my sightPage Scan
252aHeav'n has confirmed the great decreePage Scan
252bPast is the dire decree! to diePage Scan
252cIn vain my fancy strives to paint Page Scan
252dSovereign of life, before thine eyePage Scan
253Behold the gloomy valePage Scan
254aWhy was unbelieving IPage Scan
254bHappy soul, thy days are endedPage Scan
255How blest is our brother, bereftPage Scan
256'Tis finish'd!--the conflict is pastPage Scan
257Ev'ry moment brings me nearerPage Scan
258Happy soul! we now resign theePage Scan
259Vital spark of heav'nly flame!Page Scan
260'Twas fixed in God's eternal mindPage Scan
261Sov'reign Ruler of the skies!Page Scan
262aWhy do I thus complainPage Scan
262bO Lord! I would delight in theePage Scan
263What hath God wrought! might Israel sayPage Scan
264What mean these jealousies and fears?Page Scan
265Lord, didst thou die, but not for me?Page Scan
266To God, who lives and reigns on highPage Scan

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