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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213Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts in Christian loveNEBRASKA
214Farewell, vain world, I'm going homeI'M GOING HOME
215Oh, Jesus, my Saviour, I know thou art mineEXPRESSION
216Good morning, brother pilgrim, What, bound for Canaan's coast?SALUTATION
218aO why did I my Saviour leave?BLACKBURN
218bThat awful day will surely comeBANGOR
219In those days came John the BaptistBAPTISMAL ANTHEM
222Sacred to heav'n behold the dome appearsMASONIC ODE
227Hosanna to Jesus, I'm fill'd with his praisesEAGLE GROVE
228I have a loving old father at homeMARION
229The Lord is ris'n indeed! hallelujah!EASTER ANTHEM
233In seasons of grief to my God I'll repairTHE ROCK
235Hosanna to Jesus! I'm filled with his praises!SOUTH UNION
237David the king was grieved and movedDAVID'S LAMENTATION
238My God, my portion, and my loveDUNLAP'S CREEK
239Let ev'ry creature join To praise th' eternal GodCREATION
241I am the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valleyROSE OF SHARON
249As on the cross, the Saviour hungDEEP SPRING
250Since man by sin has lost his GodSOMETHING NEW
251I heard a great voice from heav'n, saying unto meFUNERAL ANTHEM
253Farewell, farewell is a lonely soundGOOD-BYText

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