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Copyright, 1898, by Tlie Trustees of
The Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbatli-School Work.

Tuo Hundred and Sfventietli Thousand.



This Hymnal has been compiled by a Committee of The Presbyterian
Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work, consisting of: —

The Hon. Robert N. Willson, Chairman.
The Rev. Elijah R. Craven, D. D., LL.D.
Franklin L. Sheppard, Esq.
The Rev. Louis F. Benson, D. D.



The Rev. Louis F. Benson, D. D., Editor.



PREFACE



THIS book is the second in a series of three hymnals intended to
cover the needs of the Church through the whole range of its
public worship. The first, The Hymnal, was prepared as a complete manual
of praise, covering especially the Sunday services, but including also every
side of church worship and work; the second. The Chapel Hymnal, is
prepared for those who prefer a smaller book for use in prayer meetings,
young people's societies, and other social services; and the last of the series
is to cover the services of the Sabbath- school.

The Chapel Hymnal consists principally of those hymns in The Hymnal
which are best adapted for use in devotional meetings and of such tunes
as can be used to good advantage on such occasions ; and ordinarily the
association of hymn and tune has been retained. In addition there have
been included in this book some standard hymns and tunes reserved for
this use when The Hymnal was prepared, together with some fresh selec-
tions of a popular character and a number of the more desirable "Gospel
Hymns."

The pages of the book are so arranged as to provide a choice of tunes
in the case of a large number of the hymns.

It is the usage of many of our churches to sing the Amen at the close
of each hymn, and the proper chords are provided for any who may wish
to use them.

In the choice of material for this book the Committee has had the
advantage of the counsel and cooperation of the Rev. George M'. Boynton,
D. D., and M. C. Hazard, Ph.D., who have represented the Congregational
Sunday-School and Publishing Society, to the end that the book may be
adapted for introduction and use in the churches of both denominations.



The Committee would acknowledge the favor of those who freely
granted the use of copyright hymns and tunes; especially of Messrs.
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., for the hymns of Dr. Holmes and Mr. Whittier;
the Rev. Robert Lowry, D. D., for No. 255 ; and Messrs. E. P. Button
& Co. and Mr. Lewis H. Redner, for No. 76.

April 20, 1898.



NOTE

As far as possible the hymns are printed as their authors wrote them. When
any changes have been adopted, the fact has invariably been noted beneath
the hymn. The dates set to the tunes are the dates of first pubhcation. The
dates set to the hymns are the earhest dates obtainable, ordinarily that of their
composition, in some cases necessarily that of their first publication. Where two
dates are given, they indicate that of the original form of the hymn and that
of the author's revised text used in this book. The abbreviation " publ." in-
dicates that the date of writing is unknown, and that the date of pubhcation
is posthumous. The letter c. [circa) before a date is used where exact certainty
is unobtainable. Where dates, either of hymns or tunes, are altogether wanting,
the dates of the author's or composer's birth and death are given in brackets,
e.g. (1816-1893), or where living, that of his birth only, e.g. (1838- ), or the
date of death when that alone is known, e.g. ( -1850).



CONTENTS



Page

Preface v

Index of First Lines ix

Alphabetical Index of Tunes .... xii
Metrical Index of Tunes xiv



Pags
The Lord's Prayer „ xvii

The Commandments xvi?

The Apostles' Creed xvii



Eije ^mm&



I. TIMES OF WORSHIP



Hymns

Morning 1-3

Evening 4-16

The Lord's Day 17-21



At the Opening of Service
At the Close of Service .



Hymns
22-28

29-32



II. THE FATHER, THE SON, AND THE HOLY GHOST



The Holy Trinity 33-34

God the Father Almighty

His Majesty and Fatherhood .... 35-55

Jesus Christ our Lord

Praise to Christ Exalted 56-68

The Advent 69-70

The Nativity 71-77

The Epiphany 7^



The Life, Ministry, and Example . 79-88

Tlie Passion and Crucifixion . . . 89-98

The Resurrection 99-104

The Ascension 105

The Second Coming and Judg-
ment 106-1 10

The PIoly Ghost

Invocation and Praise III-12I

Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures . 122-127



HI. THE CHURCH



The Church 128-132

Baptism 133-134

Confession of Faith 135-138

The Lord's Supper 139-143 ) The Communion of Saints

vii



The Ministry

Consecration and Service
Charities and Missions .



144
145-171
172-192
193.200



Contents



IV. HYMNS OF SALVATION

Hymns

The Grace of God in Christ . 201-205

Invitation 206-221

Acceptance

Repentance and Confession of Sin . 222-230
Faith in Christ 231-241

Conflict with Sin 242-257



Hymns

Trust 258-285

Love, and Communion with

Christ 286-314

Prayer 315-327

Aspiration 328-341



Death



V. THE LIFE EVERLASTING
342-346 I The Life Everlasting



347-358



The Opening and Closing of the

Year 359-36i

Harvest and Thanksgiving . . . 362-364
Anniversary 365



VI. OCCASIONAL HYMNS

National 366-368

Temperance 369

Farewell Service 370



DOXOLOGIES
INDEX OF SUBJECTS



hxtitx of jFirst ILinejet



Hymn

A CHARGE to keep I have 251

Abide with me : fast falls the eventide . 9

According to Thy gracious word .... 139

Alas ! and did my Saviour bleed .... 98

All hail the power of Jesus' Name ... 57

All praise to Thee, Eternal Lord .... 72

All praise to Thee, my God, this night . 6

Am I a soldier of the cross 247

And is the time approaching 184

Angel voices, ever singing 55

Another six days' work is done 19

Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat . . . 244

Art thou weary, art thou languid . . . . 215

As the sun doth daily rise . 2

As with gladness men of old 78

Asleep in Jesus ! blessed sleep 343

Awake, and sing the song 65

Awake, my soul, and with the sun ... I

Awake, my soul, in joyful lays 311

Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve . . 242

Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme . 44

Behold, a Stranger's at the door .... 209

Behold, the Master passeth by 88

Behold the throne of grace 318

Beneath the cross of Jesus . " 97

Beyond the starry skies 103

Blessed are the sons of God 196

Blessed Saviour, Thee I love 308

Blest be the tie that binds 195

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 176

Break Thou the bread of life 1 25

Breast the wave, Christian 252

By cool Siloam's shady rill 133

Call them in ! the poor, the wretched . . 179

Cast thy burden on the Lord 282

Children of the heavenly King 194

Christ, above all glory seated 68

Christ for the world we sing 172

Christ, of all my hopes the Ground . . . 313

Christ the Lord is risen again 99

Christ the Lord is risen to-day 100

Christian, seek not yet repose 246

Come, dearest I>ord, descend and dwell . 1 14

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove . . 112

Come, Holy Spirit, come 1 1 1

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove ... 120

Come, let us join our cheerful songs ... 58

Come, let us join our friends above . . . 197

Come, Lord, and tarry not no

Come, my soul, thy suit prepare .... 320

Come, said Jesus' sacied voice 217



Come, sound His praise abroad .
Come, Thou Almighty King . . .
Come, Thou Fount of every blessing
Come, Thou long-expected Jesus .
Come to the Saviour now ....
Come, we that love the Lord



Hymn



Come, ye disconsolate, where'erye languish 2ig
Come, ye thankful people, come .
Crown Hira with many crowns . .



Daily, daily sing the praises . .
Day by day the manna fell . . .
Day is dying in the west ....
Days and moments quickly flying .
Dear Lord and Father of mankind
Dear Lord and Master mine . . .
Depth of mercy ! can there be . .
Did Christ o'er sinners weep . . .



Far from my heavenly home 335

Father, again in Jesus' Name we meet . . 28

Father, hear Thy children's call .... 227

Father of all, from land and sea .... 193

Father of Love, our Guide and Friend . 263

Father, whate'er of earthly bliss . . . . 285

Fight the good fight with all thy might . 248

Fling out the banner ! let it float .... 183

For all the saints who from their labors rest 200
Forth in Thy Name, ( ) Lord, I go .
From all that dwell below the skies .
From every stormy wind that blows .
From Greenland's icy mountains . .



Gently, Lord, O gently lead us .
Give me the wings of faith to rise
Glorious things of thee are spoken
Glory to Thee, my God, this night

See All praise to Thee, my God
Go, labor on : spend, and be spent

Go to dark Gethsemane

God be with you till we meet again
God bless our native land ....
God calling yet ! shall I not hear .
God is Love ; His mercy brightens
God is the Refuge of His saints .
God moves in a mysterious way .
God of mercy, God of grace .
Golden harps are sounding .
Grace ! 'tis a charming sound
Gracious Spirit, Dove Divine
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost .
Great God, we sing that mighty hand
Guide me, O Thou Great Jehovah . .



Itntttx of jFirst %inm



Hymn

Hail to the Lord's Anointed i8i

Hark ! bark ! my soul, angelic songs are . 356

Hark I my soul, it is the Lord 216

Hark ! ten thousand harps and voices . . 64

Hark, the glad sound ! the Saviour comes "JO

Hark ! the herald angels sing 74

Hark! the voice of Jesus crying .... I48

Hark ! the voice of love and mercy ... 94

Hark ! what mean those holy voices . . 77

He leadeth me : O blessed thought . . . 267

He that goeth forth with vi'eeping . . . . 156

High in the heavens, Eternal God ... 38

Holy Father, hear my cry 225

Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty . 33

Holy Spirit, faithful Guide 113

Holy Spirit, Truth Divine 115

How beauteous are their feet 144

How firm a fountlation, ye saints of the . 271

How gentle God's commands 280

How precious is the book Divine .... 122

How shall I follow Him I serve .... 87

How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds . . 289

I AM coming to the cross 240

I am Thine, O Lord, I have lieard Thy . 305

I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus .... 260

I do not ask, O Lord, that life may be . . 277
I gave my life for thee

See Thy life was given for me . . . 201

I hear Thy welcome voice 23S

I heard the voice of Jesus say 235

I know no life divided 292

I lay my sins on Jesus 237

I love Thy kingdom, Lord 129

I love to steal awhile away 4

I love to tell the story 218

I need Thee every hour 255

I say to all men, far and near loi

I was a wandering sheep 230

I would not live alway 345

If Christ is mine, then all is mine .... 304

Lm but a stranger here 347

Fm not ashamed to own my Lord . . . 138

Immortal Love, for ever full ...... 286

In all things like Thy brethren. Thou

See Lord, Thou in all things like wast 81

In heavenly love abiding 269

In the cross of Christ I glory 93

In the hour of trial 256

It came upon the midnight clear .... 75

It is not death to die 344

I've found a Friend ; O such a Friend . 296

Jerusalem, my happy home = 35^

Jerusalem the golden 350

Jesus, and shall it ever be 135

Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult 154

Jesus, I love thy charming Name .... 290



Jesus, I my cross have taken .
Jesus, Lover of my soul . . .
Jesus, Master, whose I am . .
Jesus, merciful and mild . .
Jesus, my Saviour, look on me
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me . . .
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
Jesus, the very thought of Thee .
Jesus, these eyes have never seen .
Jesus, Thou art the sinner's Friend
Jesus, Thou Joy of loving hearts .
Jesus, Thy Name I love ....
Jesus, where'er Thy people meet .
Jesus, with Thy Church abide . .
Joy to the world ! the Lord is come
Just as I am, without one plea . ,



Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling
Lead on, O King Eternal ....
Let cliildren hear the mighty deeds
Let us with a gladsome mind . .
Lift up, lift up your voices now . .
Light of the lonely pilgrim's heart
Light of those whose dreary dwelling
Lo ! on a narrow neck of land

See O God, mine inmost soul convert
Look from the sphere of endless day
Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee .
Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing .
Lord, I believe ; Thy power I own .
Lord, I hear of showers of blessing .
Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear
Lord, lead the way the Saviour went
Lord of all being, throned afar . . .
Lord, speak to me, that I may speak
Lord, Thou hast searched and seen me
Lord, Thou in all things like wast made
Lord, Thy word abideth . . .
Lord, to Thee alone we turn . .
Lord, we come before Thee now
Lord, when we bend before Thy throne
Love Divine, all loves excelling



Majestic sweetness sits enthroned
More love to Thee, O Christ . . .
Much in danger, oft in woe

See Oft in danger ....
Must Jesus bear the cross alone
My country, 'tis of thee ....
My days are gliding swiftly by .
My dear Redeemer and my Lord
r4y faith looks up to Thee . . .
My God and Father, while I stray
My God, and is Thy table spread
My God, how endless is Thy love
My God, is any hour so sweet . .
My God, my P'ather, while T stray

See My God and Father . .



258



Jlntiex of jFirsi ILmes



Hymn

My God, permit me not to be 337

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 266

My soul, be on thy guard 253

My soul, repeat His praise 51

My spirit on Thy care 301

My times are in Thy hand 273

Nearer, my God, to Thee 328

No, no, it is not dying 346

No, not despairingly 228

Not all the blood of beasts 203

Not worthy. Lord, to gather up the crumbs 140
Now God be with us, for the night is closing 16
Now I resolve with all my heart .... 136
Now may He who from the dead .
Now the day is over



O BROTHERS, lift yourvoices . . .
O Christ, our true and only Light .

O come, all ye faithful

O could I find, from day to day .
O could I speak the matchless worth
O daughters blest of Galilee . . .
O day of rest and gladness . . .
O for a closer walk with God . .
O for a faith that will not shrink .
O for a heart to praise my God . .
O for a thousand tongues to sing .
O God, beneath Thy guiding hand
O God, mine inmost soul convert .
O God of Bethel, by whose hand .
O God of mercy, God of might .
O God, the Rock of Ages ....
O God, we praise Thee, and confess
O happy band of pilgrims .
O help us, Lord ; each hour of need
O Holy Saviour, Friend unseen
O Jesus, I have promised . .
O Jesus, King most wonderful
O Jesus, Thou art standing .
O Lamb of God, still keep me
O little town of Bethlehem .
O Lord, Thy work revive

See Revive thy work, O Lord .
O Love Divine, that stooped to share
O Love that wilt not let me go . .
O Master, let me walk with Thee . .
O mean may seem this house of clay
O Mother dear, Jerusalem . .
O Paradise, O Paradise . . .
O praise our God to-day . .
O sacred Head, now wounded
O Saviour, precious Saviour .
O Son of man. Thyself hast j^roved

See Lord, Thou in all things .
O still in accents sweet and strong
O the bitter shame and sorrow . .
O Thou, before whose presence .



32

12

192

73

339

62

I So

20

330

333

332

59

367

106

265

173

47

34

165

243

302

162

288

210

293
76

153
276
312
86
83
355
349
177

89
60

81
170
306
369



Hymn

O Thou that hear'st when sinners cry , . 229

O Thou, the contrite sinners' Friend . . 321

O Thou, to whose all-searcliing sight . . 336

O what, if we are Christ's 199

O where are kings and empires now . . 132

O where shall rest be found 352

O Word of God Incarnate 123

O'er the gloomy hills of darkness . . . 186

Oft in danger, oft in woe 155

On our way rejoicing 166

One sweetly solemn thought 342

One there is, above all others 303

Onward, Christian soldiers 164

Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed . . 118

Our God, our Help in ages past .... 36

Pass me not, O gentle Saviour 327

Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world . 300

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven . . 364

Praise the Lord : ye heavens adore Him . 53

Praise to God, immortal praise 362

Prayer is the soul's sincere desire .... 325

Rejoice, all ye believers 109

Revive Thy work, O Lord 153

Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings . . 'i,'},^

Rock of Ages, cleft for me 239

Safely through another week 17

Salvation! O the joyful sound 213

Saviour, again to Thy dear Name we raise 29

Saviour, blessed Saviour 61

Saviour, breathe an evening blessing . . 13

Saviour, more than life to me 310

Saviour, teach me, day by day 299

Saviour, Thy dying love 169

Saviour, when in dust to Thee 224

Saviour, who Thy flock art feeding . . . 134

Shepherd of souls, refresh and bless . . 141

Since Jesus is my Friend 281

So let our lips and lives express .... 161

Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling . . . 206

Softly now the light of day 7

Soldiers of Christ, arise 145

Soldiers of the cross, arise 175

Sometimes a light surprises 268

Songs of praise the angels sang .... 41
Souls of men, why will ye scatter

See Was there ever kindest shepherd 205

Spirit Divine, attend our prayers .... 24

Spirit of God, descend upon my heart . . 1 17

Stand up, my soul ; shake off thy fears . 250

Stand up, stand up for Jesus 149

.Still with Thee, O my God 31

Sun of my soul. Thou Saviour dear ... 5

Surrounded by unnumbered foes .... 249

Sweet hour of prayer 316

Sweet is Thy mercy, Lord 319



^Ipijabetical InUex of Eunes



Hymn

Sweet the moments rich in blessing ... 95

Take me, O my Father, take me .... 231

Take my life, and let it be 1 52

Take up thy cross, the Saviour said , . . 207

Tarry with me, O my Saviour 14

Tell me the old, old story 220

The Church's one Foundation 130

The day is past and over lO

The day of resurrection 104

The heavens declare Thy glory. Lord . . 127

The King of love my Shepherd is . . . 259

The Lord my Shepherd is 272

The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want . 264

The morning light is breaking 182

The sands of time are sinking 354

The shadows of the evening hours ... 8

The Son of God goes forth to war ... 167

The spacious firmament on high .... 37

The Spirit breathes upon the word ... 126

There is a fountain filled with blood . . 202

There is a green hill far away 96

There is a land of pure delight .... 353

There is a safe and secret place .... 278

There is an eye that never sleeps .... 324

There is an hour of peaceful rest .... 357

Thine for ever! God of love 137

This is the day the Lord hath made . . 2i

This night, O Lord, we bless Thee ... 15

Thou art my Hiding-place, O Lord . . . 275

Thou art the Way : to Thee alone ... 85

Thou didst leave Thy throne and Thy . . 232

Through all the changing scenes of life . 42

Through good report and evil, Lord . . 158

Thy home is with the humble, Lord . . 12I



Thy life was given for me

Thy way, not mine, O Lord . . . .
'Tis midnight ; and on Olive's brow
To-day Thy mercy calls me . . . .
To-morrow, Lord, is Thine . . . .
To Thee, O dear, dear Saviour . . .

To Thy temple I repair

True-hearted, whole-hearted .- . . .



Wait, my soul, upon the Lord . .
Was there ever kindest shepherd . .
Watchman, tell us of the night . . .
We are living, we are dwelling . .
We bless Thee for Thy peace, O God
We give Thee but Thine own . . .
Weary of earth, and laden with my sin
Welcome, sweet day of rest . . .
What a Friend we have in Jesus .
What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone
When all Thy mercies, O my God
When cold our hearts, and far from Thee
When I can read my title clear . .
When I survey the wondrous cross .
When morning gilds the skies . . .
While Thee I seek, protecting Power
While with ceaseless course the sun .
With Thee, my Lord, my God

See Still with Thee, O my God .
Work, for the night is coming . . .



Ye Christian heralds, go proclaim

Ye servants of God, your Master procl

Ye servants of the Lord . . .



187
aim 63
146
Yet there is room : the Lamb's bright hall 221



Hymn

201

261

92

211

214

295

27

284
205
189
190

341
178
223

18

315
80

43
322

90

67

262

359

31
171



^lp!)ai)etical $ntrex of ^Tunes



Adeste Fideles . . 73, 271

Ajalon 91

Albert 303

Alexandria 330

All Saints New 167

All Saints, see Wareham.

Alma 219

Almsgiving 193

America 368

Amsterdam 338

Angel Choir 77

Angel Voices 55

Angel's Story 162

Antioch 71

Ariel 62

Arlington 21, 85

Aurelia 15, 130

Austrian Hymn 131

Autumn 254



Avon, see Martyrdom.

Azmon 213

Balerma 264

Beatitude 262

Beatrice 326

Beethoven, see Germany.

Belmont 243, 331

Benevento 359

Bentley 268

Bera 336

Bernard, see Belmont.

Bethany 328

Bethany, see Crucifer.

Blairgowrie 211

Blumenthal 224

Boylston 195

Bread of Life 125

Brocklesbury .... 108, 134
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Brookfield 135

Brown 197

Bullinger 260

Byefield 325

Call Them In 179

Canonbury . . 54, 72, 160, 340

Cantus 221

Carol 75

Chester 275

Christmas 242

Clolata 208

Colyton 166

Come, Ye Disconsolate, see
Alma.

Constance 296

Cooling 339

Coronation 57

Coventry 333



^Ipljalietical Kntiex of Eunes



Cowper 202

Creation 37

Crucifer 147, 205

Cutler, Ji?tf All Saints New.

Daily, Daily 358

Dalehurst 22, 330

Dallas 27, 137

Dedham 58

Denfield, see Azmon.

Dennis 31, 280

Devotion 201

Diademata 56

Dix 39,78

Dominus Regit Me . . . 259

Dorrnance 95

Dort 366

Downs 42

Dundee 34, 122

Durham, see Innocents.

Eagley 107

Eckhardtsheim 304

Edina 61

Elizabethtown 322

Ellers 29

Ellesdie 148

Elliott, see Almsgiving.

Elmhurst 173, 321

Erie 315

Ernan 19

Evan 138, 324

Evangel 220

Even Me 326

Evening Hymn 6

Evening Praise 11

Evening Prayer 13

Eventide 9

Every Day 310

Ewing 350

Faben 53

Faith 286

Faithful Guide 113

Federal Street . . .84,114

Ferguson 151

Fiat Lux 172

Flemming 302

Forgiveness 217

Frederick 345

Geneva 43

Gerhardt 89

Germany 192, 361

Gethsemane, see Ajalon.

God Be with You .... 370

Gorton 301

Gottschalk, see Mercy.

Gower's Litany 227

Grace Church 188

Green Hill 82, 278

Greenland 109

Greenwood .... 281,344



Hamburg 90, 229

Hanford 158, 257

Harwell 64

He Leadeth Me . . . .•. 267

Heaven is My Home . . 347

Heber 290

Hebron 23

Hendon 313

Herbert 323

Hermas 105

Hermon . •. 121

Hodnet 293

Hollingside 234

Holy Cross . . .101,288,351

Holy Guide 261

Holy Trinity 291

Horsley 96

Horton 320

Hursley 5

Hymn to Joy 231

I AM Thine 305

I Love to Tell the Story . 218

Inasmuch 180

Innocents 2

Invitation 212

Italian Hymn, see Trinity.

Jacob's Chant .... 342

Jesu, Magister Bone 292, 369

Jewett 266

Just as I Am ...:.. 236

Kedron 228

Kocher 165

Laban 146, 251

Lambeth 24, 241

Lancashire 104, 150

Langran 223

Langton no

Latter Day 190

Laudes Domini 67

Lebanon 230

Leighton 65

Lenox 176

Lisbon 18

Litany, Gower's .... 227

Litany, Woodward's . . 283

Longwood 28

Louvan 45

Love Divine 294

Loving-Kindness .... 311

Lowton 154

Lucerne 52

Lux Benigna 274

Lux Vespera 119

Lyons 63

Lyte 335

Maitland 168

Manoah 44

Margaret 232

Marlow 247

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Martyn 234

Martyrdom 98, 244

Materna 355

Meditation 96

Mendebras 20

Mendelssohn 74

Mendon 250

Mercy 115, 282

Meribah 106

Messiah 307

Messiah, see Christmas.

Miriam 235

Missionary Chant ... 187

Missionary Hymn .... 185

Monkland 40

Monsell, see .St. Andrew.

Morecambe 117, 140

Morning Hymn i

Mozart 248

Munich 123

Naomi 285

Narenza 103

Nearer to Thee 329

Need 255

Nettleton 314

Newland 272

Newton, see Sabbath.

Nicoga 33

Nightfall, see Now God Be
with Us.

Northrepps 198, 341

Now God Be with L's . . 16

Nuremberg 41, 362

O Paradise, see Paradise.
Old Hundredth . . 49, Dox. i

Oliphant 270

Olivet 233

Olmutz 203

Onward 252

Ortonville 126, 287

Paradise . 349

Park Street 191

Parting Hymn, see Ellers.

Pass Me Not 327

Patmos 152

Pax Tecum 300

Penitence 256

Pilgrims 356

Pilot 245

Pleyel's Hymn 194

Portugese Hymn, see
Adeste Fideles.

Quebec 142, 207

Ramoth 222

Rathbun 93

Redhead Nd. 45 175

Refuge 234

Refuge, see Blumenthal.

Regent Square 364



ittetrical Intiex of Eunes



Remsen 174

Repose 12

Rest 343

Retreat 317

Rhodes 79

Rockingham New .... 136

Rockingham Old .... 143

Rosefield 196

Rotterdam 20

Rutherford 354

Sabbath 17

St. Agnes 120, 141

St. Anatolius 10

St. Andrew 319

St. Anne 36, 132

St. Bees 25, 216

St. Christopher 97

St. Cuthbert 118

St. Cyprian 124

St. Edith 210

St. George 153

St. George's, Windsor . . 363

St. Gertrude 164



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