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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357O what amazing words of gracePage Scan
358The king of heav'n his table spreadsPage Scan
359aYe wretched, hungry, starving poor Page Scan
359bYe dying sons of menPage Scan
360Now is th'accepted timePage Scan
361Lord, how large thy bounties arePage Scan
362Come, ye weary souls opprestPage Scan
363Hark! hark, what sounds are these so pleasingPage Scan
364Ho! all ye trembling sinners, hearPage Scan
365Ye sin-sick souls draw nearPage Scan
366Come, ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
367Thou God of Jabez hearPage Scan
368Lord, I cannot let thee go Page Scan
369Jesus! in thy transporting namePage Scan
370Jesus,--sweet name,--no name so dearPage Scan
371Lord, send thy servants forthPage Scan
372Father of faithful Abraham, hearPage Scan
373In all my Lord's appointed waysPage Scan
374Now, in a song of grateful praise Page Scan
375How great, how terrible that GodPage Scan
376Methinks the last great day is comePage Scan
377Methinks I hear th' archangel soundPage Scan
378When thou, my righteous Judge, shalt comePage Scan
379Ye virgin souls arise!Page Scan
380Lo! he comes, the King of gloryPage Scan
381Lo, he comes, array'd in veng'ancePage Scan
382Day of judgment,--day of wonders!Page Scan
383Swift from the heav'ns a mighty angel fliesPage Scan
384Sinners, away from Sinai flyPage Scan
385When Jesus first, at Heav'n's commandPage Scan
386All hail, incarnate God!Page Scan
387Rejoice, the Saviour reigns Page Scan
389When Jacob from his brother fledPage Scan
390From heav'n, the loud, th' angelic song beganPage Scan
391Look from on high, great God, and seePage Scan
392Raise, thoughtless sinner! raise thine eyePage Scan
393When from the precepts to the crossPage Scan
394Sing to the Lord, ye heirs of faithPage Scan
395The gold and silver are the Lord'sPage Scan
396With my substance I will honourPage Scan
397Ye saints exult in Jesu's namePage Scan
398Let thoughtless sinners choose the roadPage Scan
399See a poor sinner, dearest LordPage Scan
400Ye careless professors, who rest on your leesPage Scan
401How sweet, how heav'nly is the sightPage Scan
402aLet party names no morePage Scan
402bBlest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
403The finest Flow'r that ever blow'dPage Scan
404Aloud we sing the wondrous gracePage Scan
405Love divine, how sweet the sound!Page Scan
406Do not I love thee, O my Lord?Page Scan
407aThou lovely source of true delightPage Scan
407bO love divine, how sweet thou art!Page Scan
407cWould e'er my mind a pain possessPage Scan
408Hark, my soul! it is the LordPage Scan
409a'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
409bSalvation by grace, how charming the songPage Scan
410Ye mothers, who with growing lovePage Scan
411Sov'reign grace has pow'r alonePage Scan
412Since Jesus freely did appearPage Scan
413aWith humble faith and fervent zealPage Scan
413bGreat Sov'reign of the earth and skyPage Scan
413cKindred in Christ, for his dear sakePage Scan
414Welcome, thou well belov'd of GodPage Scan
415When sinners utter boasting wordsPage Scan
416aWhere two or three, with sweet accordPage Scan
416bWhere two or three together meetPage Scan
417And will the great eternal GodPage Scan
418In sweet exalted strainsPage Scan
419Fain would my soul with wonder tracePage Scan
420Lord, at thy feet in dust I liePage Scan
421When Jesus shall descend the skiesPage Scan
422My brethren, from my heart belov'dPage Scan
423When Paul was parted from his friendsPage Scan
424Since we are call'd to partPage Scan
425Bright as the sun's meridian blazePage Scan
426Exert thy power, thy rights maintain
427Thy people, Lord, who trust thy word
428Behold, the expected time draws nearPage Scan
429Proud Babylon yet waits her doomPage Scan
430Go, favor'd people, and proclaimPage Scan
431Indulgent God, to thee we prayPage Scan
432aLord, when we cast our eyes abroadPage Scan
432bArise, in all thy splendor, LordPage Scan
433Father, is not thy promise pledg'dPage Scan
434Great God, the nations of the earth Page Scan
435Lord, send thy word, and let it flyPage Scan
436Ye messengers of ChristPage Scan
437O'er those gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
438Behold, the sun adorns the skyPage Scan
439God of my life, my morning songPage Scan
440See how the rising sunPage Scan
441Once more my eyes behold the dayPage Scan
442Why, mourning soul, why flow these tears?Page Scan
443When Syria's leprous chiefPage Scan
444Turn again, my daughters, turnPage Scan
446While justice waves her vengeful handPage Scan
447While o'er our guilty land, O LordPage Scan
448aLord, how shall wretched sinners darePage Scan
448bGreat Ruler of the earth and skiesPage Scan

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