The Social Harp

Editor (1855): John G. McCurry
Editor (1973 reprint): Daniel W. Patterson, John F. Garst
Publisher: University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, 1973
Language: English
Notes: This is a facsimile reprint (1973) based on two complementarily defective copies of the first edition (1855). Numbering is by page number.
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111O, when shall I see JesusTHE MORNING TRUMPET
112Oh, when shall I see JesusECSTASY
113Time is winging us awayETERNAL HOME
114On Jordan's stormy banks I standTHE PROMISED LAND
115When I can read my title clear to mansions in the skiesTHE SAINT'S DELIGHT
116O, if my soul was form'd for woREPENTANCE
117Come all ye mourning pilgrims dearPILGRIM
118aBroad is the road that leads to deathWINDHAM
118bThe Lord, who built the earth and skySWEET HEAVEN
119Come, we that love the LordWEBSTER
120aJesus and shall it ever be—A mortal man ashamed of thee !CORINTH
120bCome, Holy Spirit, come, With energy divineABBEVILLE
121When I can read my title clear to mansions in the skiesPRIMROSE HILL
122My Christian friends, in bonds of lovePARTING HAND
123Hark ! from the tombs a doleful soundPLENARY
124Dear friends, farewell! I do you tellMINISTER'S FAREWELL
125And let this feeble body failANIMATION
126The glorious light of ZionBURK
127Come, thou Fount of every blessingOLNEY
128Wake, all ye soaring throngs, and singHARMONY
129Will God forever cast us offMEAR
130I've enlisted in the holy warHOLY WAR
131One day, while in a lonesome groveNEWBERRY
132I have my trials here belowHEAVENLY CANAAN
133What's this that in my soul is rising?MERCY'S FREE
134This is a field, this world belowTHE HARVEST FIELD
135The Prince of salvation is coming, prepareTHE BLOOMING WILDERNESS
136Farewell, vain world, I'm going homeTHE PROMISE
137Come, fathers and mothersZION'S WALLS
138Farewell, my friends, I must be goneMORNING STAR
139Jesus my all to heaven is goneCRUMBLY
140Come along and taste with meSWEET CANAAN
141'Tis night, and the landscape is lovely no moreSLABTOWN
142There is a place where my hopes are stay'dFATHER LAND
143In seasons of grief to my God I'll repairBOWMAN
145He comes! he comes! the Judge severeROLL, JORDAN
146When, marshall'd on the nightly plainsBONNIE DOON
148Saviour visit thy plantationRETURN AGAIN
149Not by the brazen trumpet's voiceSABBATH SUMMONS
150Our souls by love together knitWASHINGTON
152Farewell, vain world, I'm going homeBENTON
153My brethren all, on you I callALBERT
154Not a sigh was heard, nor a wailing noteTHE DRUNKARD'S BURIAL
155Wake up, wake up, ye drowsy sleepers!WAKE UP
156What wondrous love is this! oh! my soul! oh! my soul!WONDROUS LOVE
157I'm not ashamed to own my LordTHE INQUIRER
158I know that my Redeemer livesANTIOCH
159Buonaparte is afar From his war and his fightingBUONAPARTE
160From all that dwell below the skiesSCHENECTADY
162Religion is the chief concernPLEASANT HILL
163I came to the place where the lone pilgrim layTHE LONE PILGRIM
164Farewell, dear friends, time rolls alongOVER JORDAN
165I'll pitch my tent on this camp groundNAVIGATION
166On Jordan's stormy banks I standSWEET PROSPECT
167No more shall the sound of the war-whoop be heardWAR DEPARTMENT
168Say, now, ye lovely, social bandCLAMANDA
169The day is past and goneEVENING SHADE
170Ye humble souls, complain no moreRUSSELL
171Hail! ye sighing sons of sorrowSONS OF SORROW
172What solemn sound the ear invadesMOUNT VERNON
173Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was IGREENWICH
175aDo not I love thee, O my Lord?DETROIT
175bThou Man of grief, remember meKEDRON
176Angels in shining order standALABAMA
178Let sinners take their courseFLORIDA
179Young people all, attention giveNEW TOPIA
180No burning heats by dayDELIGHT
182Farewell, dear brethren of the Lord!LISBON
183Farewell, old soldiers of the crossWILKES
184Oh thou, by long experience triedHEAVEN BORN SOLDIERS
185Teach me the measure of my daysSUFFIELD
186Hosanna to Jesus, my soul's filled with praisesTHE ROYAL BAND
187Grace! 'tis a charming sound!NINETY-THIRD PSALM
188When Adam was createdWEDLOCK
189Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive, O, pity me my SaviourPITY ME
190aHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsORTONVILLE
190bAmazing grace! (how sweet the sound)NEW BRITAIN
191Brethren, we have met to worshipHOLY MANNA
192Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore theeALLDRIDGE
193O turn ye, O turn ye, for why will ye dieHARTWELL
194I once was a seaman stout and boldJOLLY SOLDIER
195The spacious firmament on highTHE VOICE OF NATURE
196'Tis my desire with God to walkDESIRE FOR PIETY
197Rise, crown'd with light, imperial Salem, riseMINDORA
198Thou great, mysterious God unknownRHODE ISLAND
199Shepherds, rejoice, lift up your eyesBIRTH OF CHRIST
200Poor drunkards, poor drunkards, take warning by meJOHN ADKIN'S FAREWELL
201Dear friends, a word of partingVANDERVER
202Jerusalem, my happy home, O, how I long for theeBUSHVILLE
203Come, tell me of your ship, and what is her nameCOME, TELL ME OF YOUR SHIP
204aHow firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordBELLEVUE
204bO when shall I see JesusBOUND FOR CANAAN
205Jesus, thou art the sinner's friendPISGAH
207And let this feeble body failHALLELUJAH
208aWhy do we mourn departing friendsBEREAVEMENT
208bThus far the Lord hath led me onHEBRON
209I pitch my tent on this camp groundFEW DAYS
210O how happy are they, Who their Saviour obeyVERNON
211The chariot! the chariot! its wheels roll in fireTHE TRUMPET
212I'd rather live a beggar while here on earth I stayTHE BEGGAR

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