A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs: designed (especially the former part) for the use of congregations as an appendix to Dr. Watt's Psalms and Hymn

Editor: William Parkinson
Publisher: D. & G. Bruce (printer) for John Tiebout, New York, 1809
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: The hymnal page scan is missing hymns 70-71 and 129-140, and songs from 97 to the end. The hymnal misnumberd song #XCVI as #LXXVI.
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S.LXXIIILord, I am vile!--what shall I say?Page Scan
S.LXXIVFor a season call'd to partPage Scan
S.LXXVGuide me, O thou great Jehovah!Page Scan
S.LXXVICome all ye mournful soulsPage Scan
S.LXXVIIOh! Jesus, my SaviourPage Scan
S.LXXVIIIWhen converts first begin to singPage Scan
S.LXXIXFarewell, dear friends, I must be gonePage Scan
S.LXXXDearest Lord, thou hast commandedPage Scan
S.LXXXILord, before we leave thy templePage Scan
S.LXXXIILord, to thy love at length I yieldPage Scan
S.LXXXIIIFrom Egypt lately freedPage Scan
S.LXXXIVMy soul, now arisePage Scan
S.LXXXVNay, I cannot let thee goPage Scan
S.LXXXVIHow lost was my conditionPage Scan
S.LXXXVIIHow tedious and tasteless the hoursPage Scan
S.LXXXVIIII think my table richly spreadPage Scan
S.LXXXIXTell me no more of earthly toysPage Scan
S.XCMy heart and my tongue shall unite in the praisePage Scan
S.XCII long to behold him array'dPage Scan
S.XCIIJerusalem! my happy homePage Scan
S.XCIIICome, brethren and sisters that love my dear LordPage Scan
S.XCIVHark how the gospel trumpet sounds!Page Scan
S.XCVCome you that know the Lord indeedPage Scan
S.XCVI[LXXVI]Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
S.XCVIIHow happy's ev'ry child of gracePage Scan
S.XCVIIIListed into the cause of sin
S.XCIXWandering pilgrims, mourning Christians
S.CThe reason we love friendship
S.CII am a stranger here below
S.CIIFrom whence this fear and unbelief
S.CIIIFar above yon glorious ceiling
S.CIVChrist is set on Zion's hill
S.CVO when shall I see Jesus and reign with him above
S.CVIMy soul's full of glory, inspiring my tongue
S.CVIIThat glorious day is drawing nigh
S.CVIIICome my soul, and let us try
S.CIXAttend ye saints, and hear me tell
S.CXWhat think you of Christ, is the test
S.CXIHow happy's ev'ry child of grace
S.CXIISaved by grace I live to tell
S.CXIIICome and taste along with me
S.CXIVO may it be my lot to see
S.CXVOur souls by love together drawn
S.CXVIHail, sovereign love, that first began
S.CXVIIO how I have longed for the presence of God
S.CXVIIIFrom the regions of love, lo, an angel descended
S.CXIXWhat poor despised company
S.CXXAlmighty love inspire
S.CXXIThere is a Heaven above the skies
S.CXXIIThroughout the Saviour's life we trace
S.CXXIIIMercy, O thou Son of David
S.CXXIVHead of thy church triumphant
S.CXXVAh! lovely appearance of death
S.CXXVIOn earth the song begins
S.CXXVIIBrethren, while we sojourn here
S.CXXVIIIForbear, my friends, forbear, and ask no more
S.CXXIXThrough all the world below
S.CXXXCome all ye dear believers
S.CXXXIYe weary heavy laden souls
S.CXXXIIJesus, while he dwelt below
S.CXXXIIIO thou in whose presence my soul takes delight
S.CXXXIVCome, we that love the Lord
S.CXXXVUp to the field where angels lie
S.CXXXVIEarth has engrossed my love too long
S.CXXXVIIWhat think ye, my friends, of the preaching of John
S.CXXXVIIILong with doubts and fears surrounded
S.CXXXIXJesus, Master, O discover
S.CXLIn Jordan's tide the Baptist stands
S.CXLIThus it became the Prince of grace
S.CXLIIHappy souls, who feel salvation
S.CXLIIILo he comes with clouds descending
S.CXLIVHe comes, he comes, to judge the world
S.CXLVWhat sound is this salutes my ear
S.CXLVIJohn, in a vision, saw the day
S.CXLVIIHark! hark the trump of God
S.CXLVIIIWhen thou my righteous Judge shalt come
S.CXLIXIn three short moments death shall teach us more
S.CLHow long, great God, shall wretched I
S.CLIWhen, O my Jesus! Saviour, when

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