A New Selection of Hymns: compiled from various authors: with a number of original hymns that have never before appeared in print

Publisher: Wm. Robinson, and Moore and Lake, Trenton, N.J., 1813
Language: English
Notes: The page scan is missing a couple pages.
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CIHow oft doth beauty lead to sinPage Scan
CIIO love divine, what hast thou donePage Scan
CIIIAh lovely appearance of deathPage Scan
CIVHark, the glad sound, the Savior comesPage Scan
CVStill, Lord, I languish for thy gracePage Scan
CVISo fair a face bedewed with tearsPage Scan
CVIIBy faith I live, by faith I seePage Scan
CVIIILook unto me the savior cries behold in mePage Scan
CIXFriendship to every willing mindPage Scan
CXGod of my life to theePage Scan
CXIYe little flock, whom Jesus feedsPage Scan
CXIIIn themselves, as weak as wormsPage Scan
CXIIIO that I had a faithful friendPage Scan
CXIVWe've found the rock, the traveler cries [travelers cried]Page Scan
CXVZion rejoice and Judah singPage Scan
CXVISee slow and solemn move alongPage Scan
CXVIIFather, omnipotent divinePage Scan
CXVIIITo thee, my God, I make my moanPage Scan
CXIXHere, at thy throne of sovereign gracePage Scan
CXXWhen rising from the bed of deathPage Scan
CXXIGo, my beloved husband, goPage Scan
CXXIIHow welcome is this newsPage Scan
CXXIIIThanks to thy name, thou God of lovePage Scan
CXXIVCome all you pensive mournersPage Scan
CXXVWhat sound is this salutes mine [my] earPage Scan
CXXVII'm not ashamed to own my [the] LordPage Scan
CXXVIIGive me the wings of faith to risePage Scan
CXXVIIINow Satan comes with dreadful roarPage Scan
CXXIXOur souls by [in] love together knit [drawn] [joined]Page Scan
CXXXAnd is this heaven and am I therePage Scan
CXXXIArise, my soul, to Jesus flyPage Scan
CXXXIII languish for a sightPage Scan
CXXXIIIA solemn march we makePage Scan
CXXXIVIf ever pity moved theePage Scan
CXXXVWhen I can read my title clearPage Scan
CXXXVICome, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powersPage Scan
CXXXVIISaved by grace I live to tellPage Scan
CXXXVIIIHark, the jubilee is soundingPage Scan
CXXXIXWeary souls that [who] wander widePage Scan
CXLThe Lord Jehovah reigns, His throne is built on highPage Scan
CXLIArise, my gracious GodPage Scan
CXLIISoon as I heard my Father sayPage Scan
CXLIIIGlorious Savior of my soulPage Scan
CXLIVAll glory to God in the sky, and peace upon earth be restoredPage Scan
CXLVTo us, to us a Child is bornPage Scan
CXLVICome, view the field of love divinePage Scan
CXLVIIFrom the regions of love, lo, an angel descendedPage Scan
CXLVIIIRejoice ye saints, no longer mournPage Scan
CXLIXHail, Father, Son, and Spirit greatPage Scan
CLMy God, my God, on thee I callPage Scan
CLINow let a spacious world arise
CLIIHoly Lamb, who thee confess
CLIIIBehold, he comes, the Savior comesPage Scan
CLIVTremble, my soul, fall down beforePage Scan
CLVWhy, O my soul, those gloomy fearsPage Scan
CLVIEver fainting with desirePage Scan
CLVIIMy God, for I can call thee minePage Scan
CLVIIIJesus, my hiding place thou artPage Scan
CLIXCome descend O heavenly SpiritPage Scan
CLXO God, how mournful is my casePage Scan
CLXIWhen descending from the skyPage Scan
CLXIIA charge to keep I have, A God to glorifyPage Scan
CLXIIIInto a world of ruffians sentPage Scan
CLXIVHail, thou once despised JesusPage Scan
CLXVMy Savior's pierced sidePage Scan

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