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CLXXXII. This, and No. ccxcvi. are by Dr. Ray Palmer, a living

American writer. The text has been compared with authentic

American copies, and found correct.
CLXXXVI. Eight out of eleven four-line stanzas, which constitute

the latter part of The Covenant and Confidence of Faith, in

494 Notes.

Baxter's Poems (Pickering's edition, 1821 ; page 71). The
stanzas omitted are the first, third, and fifth, at the page
referred to.

CLXXXIX. Four stanzas out of eight. The hymn is No. 32 in John
Austin's Offices. The stanzas omitted are the first three, and
the "Gloria" at the end.

cxc. Five stanzas out of six. The stanza omitted is Cowper's fifth.

cxci. Five stanzas out of eight. Those omitted are Wesley's fifth,
six'th, and seventh. The hymn is at page 30 of the Hymns a*ul
Sacred Poems (Second Edition ; Bristol, 1743).

cxcni. The last stanza is wanting in Miss Elliott's Hours of , Sorrow
che&red and comforted (Fourth Edition, 1849 ; page 136). It is,
however, as I have ascertained, the concluding stanza of the
hymn, as originally composed by the authoress.

cxciv. From a memoir of the Life of Oberlin, published anony-
mously in 1830 (London, Ball). The translator is Mrs.
Daniel Wilson, of Islington ; who, since this edition was
prepared for the press, has kindly permitted me to give her

cxcv. Five out of ten stanzas (Theodosia's' Poems; vol. i. p. 134, of
the edition of 1780). The stanzas omitted are the third to
the seventh inclusive.

ecu. -From The Rii-ulet (Longman and Co.; Second Edition

ccni. Five out of ten stanzas, from Mant's Holydays of the Church
(vol. ii. page 563). The Bishop's fifth, sixth, seventh, ninth,
and tenth stanzas are omitted.

ccv. From the Hymns for Public Worship, of the Society for
Promoting Christian Knowledge. The author, and the
original text, unknown.

cc'vi. A curious example of a successful cento. Each stanza is
taken from a different hymn by Mason ; the four hymns,
which have each contributed one stanza, being Nos. 6, 7, 9,
and 8, of Mason's Songs of Praise. Mr. Gurney (who had
been to some extent anticipated in this operation, by former
Collectors e.g. Montgomery, in the Christian Psalmist, gives
a composite hymn of greater length, from the same sources)
has introduced some slight verbal alterations, which axe here

CCTX. Five out of eight stanzas (Gander's Hymns; London, Snow ;
p. 140). The stanzas omitted are Conder's second, third, and

ucxui. The text is that of the second Scotch Paraphrase. It is
slightly different from that printed in Logan's works, where
some of the pieces, now ascertained to be by Michael Bruce,
are still ascribed to Logan, who originally published them as
his own. The true original (which begins, " O God of Jacob,"
&c.) is No. 4 of Doddridge's hymns ; it has been re-written,
and certainly improved, by Logan.

ocxix. The first five out of six stanzas.

pcxx. The first five out of six stanzas (from Watts Divine Songs
for Children ; Song 9).

Notes. 495


ccxxin. Six stanzas out of eight (from Lyte's Poems, chiefly
Religious; London, Nisbet ; p. 158). The stanzas omitted
are the fourth and eighth of Lyte.

ccxxiv. The text of this hymn is from Le Bas' Life of BisJwp
Middleton (Rivingtons, 1831).

ccxxvi. John Mardley's original is the Humble Lamentation of
a Sinner; usually appended to the "Old Version" of the
Psalms. In Bishop Heber's book, it is erroneously ascribed
to Sternhold : and no notice is there taken of the Bishop's
extensive variations.

ccxxvin. Three put of four stanzas. The stanza omitted is Mr.
Russell's third.

((sxix. This and No. CCLII. were communicated to me in manu-
script by the kindness of my friend, Mr. Palgrave.

ocxxxi. Three out of four stanzas; the fourth is that omitted.

CCXLIII. From Hymns for Sunday Schools, Original and Selected
(Cambridge : Second Edition, 1844); by the Rev. C. J. Phipps
Byre. The first two and the fourth lines are by Waring,
the rest by a different hand, but whose, I have not been able
to ascertain.

CCXLIV. This, and ccxciv, first appeared in ffalUs Collection(1836).
The present text is from a collection of tracts and hymns,
published in 1837, with the author, Mr. Osier's, name, under
the title of Church and King. (Smith, Elder, and Co. )

CCXLVI. The text of this, and of Nos. CCLVII. and CCLXV. is from
the edition of 1709, containing Bishop Ken's latest correc-
tions. That of the earlier editions will be found in Mr.
Anderdon's Life of Ken, and in Mr. Sedgwick's recent edition
of Ken's hymns ; since the publication of which, the discovery
of a copy of the edition of 1709 (now in my possession) has
settled the controversy, previously raised, as to the genuine-
ness of the present text.

CCXLVIII. The last twelve of sixteen stanzas, from the first poem
in the Christian Year.

CCLIII. I am indebted for the communication of this hymn and
No. ccxxvi. to the kindness of the author, the Rev. James
Ford, Prebendary of Exeter

CCLVI. A variation from Watts' "Dread Sovereign, let my evening
song" (No. vn. of Watts' Hymns, Book II.). Browne has
altered the metre, and has re-written and improved the whole

ccux. The last twelve of fourteen stanzas, from the second poem
in the Christian Year.

ccor. This Hymn (originally taken by the Editor from The New
Congregational Hymn Book, Jackson, Walford, and Co.), wa,
by mistake, ascribed in the former impressions of this volnme
to Thomas Park. It was first published in The Wreck of the
Golden Mary, constituting the extra number of Household
Words, for Christmas, 1856.

CCLXIV. One couplet only is omitted ; viz. that which, in DodnMdge's
text, follows the sixteenth line. The hymn, as originally, and
generally, printed, is divided Into three unequal parts ; the




first consisting of eighteen lines, the second of twenty-eight,
and the third of twenty-four. I have ventured to adopt a
division into stanzas, as being more suitable for music.

CCLXVII. Five out of seven stanzas. The omitted stanzas are
Doddridge's second and fifth.

CCLXIX. This, and No. ccxcix. were first published in Lord Nelson's
Salisbury Hymnal; from whence they are taken, and the
author's name now for the first time added, by Mr. Keble's
and Lord Nelson's kind permission.

cci.xx. The repeated couplet is taken from Milton's translation of
the 136th Psalm; with the change of Milton's word "aye,"
into "still."

CCLXXVI. CCLXXIX. Both these are taken (with four of his own
hymns), by the permission of the Rev. Arthur Tozer Russell,
from his Hymn Book ( Psalms and Hymns, &c. ; Cambridge ;
Deighton, 1S51), in which they were first published. The
author is the Rev. Henry Downton, formerly of Chatham,
and now of Geneva.

CCLXXXI. This, and No. CCCLXXXIX. are from Parish Musings, by
the Rev. Dr. J. 8. B. Mousell, Vicar of Egham (Rivingtons ;
Fifth Edition ; I860), and are inserted by his kind permission.

CCLXXXII. This Hymn (now ascertained to be by Mr. Osier) first
appeared in the Rev. W. J. Hall's collection (London : Wix,

CCLXXXV. Six out of twelve stanzas. Those omitted are the sixth
to the eleventh, inclusive, of Jacobi. The hymn is at page
189 of Haberkorn's Psalmodia Germanica (London, 1765).

CCLXXXVII. From the Hymn Book of the Society for Promoting
Christian Knowledge. I have not ascertained the Author, or
verified the text : but I believe the Hymn first appeared in the
Protestant Episcopal Collection o/Hi/wms(1832),appended to the
version of the Psalms at the end of the American Prayer-Book.

CCLXXXVIII. The seven last out of fourteen stanzas. (Hymns and

"\ Sacred Poems by J. Sf C. Wesley; second edition: 1843: page

CCLXXXIX. Seven out of eight stanzas. Montgomery's last stanza
is omitted.

ccxc. From the late Rev. Edward Bickersteth's Christian
Psalmody. The author, and the original text, unknown.

ccxcu. Orashaw's hymn is a translation from the Adoro te devote
of Thomas Aquinas. It consists of fifty-six lines ; from which
most of the lines of the present hymn are adopted, with morp
or less variation. The first abridgment (less varied than the
present, and containing only six stanzas), was Hymn 18 in
Austin's Offices; and wasrepeated, with the change of one or
two words, by Hickes (Devotions: 1706; page 210). The
present text is that of Dorrington'S variation from Austin : in
whose Reformed Devotions it is Hymn 23.

ccxcin. From the collection of the Rev. R. Whittingham
(Simpkin and Marshall : fourth edition, 1843). I have not
been able to trace the author, or the original text.

Notes. 497


ccxcv. From the Hymn-Book of the Society for Promoting
Christian Knowledge. The author, and the original text,

ccxcvui. Ten out of twenty-eight stanzas ; from a poem entitled
Jesus teaches to die; at page 80 of the fourth volume of Bishop
Ken's works (London ; 1721). The stanzas omitted, are the
first four ; the tenth to the eighteenth inclusive ; the twenty-
second to the twenty-fifth inclusive ; and the twenty-eighth,

ccc From the Church Porch, (a periodical edited by the Rev.
W. J. E. Bennett, Vioar of Frome) ; No. 19, July 2, 1855,
page 353. Hayes ; 5, Lyall Place, Eaton Square.)

ccci. Three out of forty-three stanzas. The poem (a translation
from the Hymn of Prudentius, Circa exequias defuncti) is in
Williams' Thoughts in Past Years (Rivingtons ; third edition,
1843 ; page 296). The stanzas selected are at pages 304-5.

cccn. The last three stanzas of James Montgomery's, The Grave
(Montgomery's Poetical Works complete in one volume; Long-
man : page 261). They now constitute, I believe, part of the
epitaph on the poet's tomb.

cccvm. Four out of five stanzas. The omitted stanza, a "Gloria,"
is Chandler's last.

cccx. Five out of six stanzas. The omitted stanza is Browne's
last. (Browne's Hymns and Spiritual Songs, No. 203.)

cccxi. Eight out of nine stanzas. The omitted stanza is Herbert's

cccxn. In Mason's Songs of Praise (No. 19), this hymn ends as
many of Mason's hymns do) with a half-stanza ; the general
scheme of division being into stanzas of eight lines. The
concluding half-stanza is omitted here.

cccxvn. This hymn was first privately printed in 1833. It was
afterwards subdivided into three distinct hymns, in the col-
lection of the Rev. H. V. Elliott (the husband of the
authoress); by whose kindness I have been enabled to re-
unite, in this place, the parts so separated.

rccxx. From the late Rev. Edward Bickersteth's Christian
Psalmody. I have not been able to discover the author, or
the original text. It is sometimes erroneously attributed to
the Hon. & Rev. B. W. Noel.

cccxxu. cccxxrv. The text of both these is from the late Dr.
Andrew Reed's collection. Mr. Hastings is an American
author ; and, on comparing them with his original text, since
the first edition of the present volume was published, they
appear to be correctly given; except that the refrain, "Re-
turn, return," in No. cccxxiv. is not in Mr. Hastings' book :
(Hymns and Poems, New York, 1850.)

cccxxiu. I am indebted to Mr. Morris, of Worcester, for the
communication of Mrs. Morris' volume, entitled, The Voice
and the Reply (Worcester; Grainger), from which this hymn
is taken.

cccxxv. From the twenty-ninth edition published about 18f9y of
Dr. Rippon's Hymn-Book; where it is attributed to Dr.

498 Notes.

Collyer. It is not in Dr. Collyer's own collection, of 1812 ;
and I have not succeeded in tracing it beyond Dr. Rippon's

occxxvi. By an American author, whose name I have not been
able to ascertain. It was communicated by him to Miss
Elliott, the authoress of the hymn by which it was sug-
gested, "Just as I am,"&c. (No. CXLVII. of this volume), and
the text (which I have not had the means of verifying), is
from a small printed tract, without date, placed in my hands
by a friend.

eccxxix. This was kindly communicated to me in manuscript, by
the author, Robert Smith, Esq. of Holloway.

cccxxxv. Thirteen out of sixteen stanzas, from Hymns and Sacred
Poems, by Charles Wesley ; vol. i. p. 40 (Farley, Bristol ;
second edition, 1755).

cccxxxvii. The hymn from which these eight stanzas are taken,
was first published in twenty-two stanzas in Spiritual Son<is
by J. and C. Wesley (vol. i. p. 224, fourth edition, 1743).
Afterwards in the seventeenth edition (Pine, Bristol, 1773 ;
p. 30) it was reduced to sixteen stanzas. In both it begins,
"And wilt Thou yet be found."

CCCXLIX. Miss Elliott's name (through the kindness of her
brother, the Rev. H. V. Elliott, in obtaining for me her per-
mission) first made public, as the authoress of this hymn.
Through some accidental error it is ascribed in the Rev.
H. V. Elliott's Collection to Wesley; and the same mistake
has been transferred to Ryle's Spiritual Songs, Bourchier's
Solace in S-ickness and Sorrow, and probably'other books.

c'CGLi. Six out of seven stanzas (Hymns and Sacred Poems, vol. ii.
p. 146; second edition, 1743). Wesley's last stanza is
omitted; and a change of arrangement, which the Wesleys
themselves sanctioned in the Hymn Book for Methodists, is
adopted, by placing as last of the six the stanza which is
second in the original text.

CCCLVI. Five out of six stanzas. Browne's last is omitted.
CCCLVIII. Five out of eight stanzas. Those omitted are Mr.

Massie's third, fourth, and seventh. (From Martin Luther's

Spiritual Songs; translated by R. Massie, Esq. of Eccleston:

Hatchard, 1854.)
CCCLXITI. From the original, as printed, with music, by the late

Baron Bunsen, and communicated to me by a friend.
CCCLXIV. In most of the editions of Kelly's hymns (including that

of 1836), this is a hymn of ten stanzas ; of which the fifth.

last stanza of that edition was unequal to the rest ; and was
omitted by the author in all the later editions.
CCCLXVIII. From Nugce Sacra:; or, Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual
Songs (Hatchar'd 1825).

Notes. 499


cixxxx. The seven last of twenty stanzas ; from Erskine's Gospel
SunneU (twentieth edition; Berwick: Phorsou; 178S: page


CCCLXXV. This is No. 47 in Hymns by R. C. Chapman (London:
John R. Batenian, 1, Ivy Lane). This edition, which is with-
out date, was published in 1852. The same hymn, in a slightly
different form, had appeared in the earlier edition of the
Author's hymns, published in 1837 (John F. Shaw, Southamp-
ton Row, Russell Square).

CCCLXXVI. (From Lyte's Poems, chiefly Religious: page 41). This
hymn had been in circulation several years before the pub-
lication of that volume, and will be found in the Christian
Psalmist (1825), and in Hymns for Private Devotion, Selected
and Original (Hatchard, 1827). It has sometimes been
erroneously attributed to Miss Greufell.

CCCLXXXI. CCCLXXXII. I am indebted for the communication of the
volumes from which these two pieces are taken (Songs Jor
the Suffering; and The Family Hymnal; London: Hamilton,
Adams, <fe (Jo.), to the kindness of the author, the Rev.
Thomas Davis, Incumbent of Rouiidhay, Yorkshire.

OCULXXXVII. Five out of nine stanzas (from Watts' Hymn 59, of
Book II). The stanzas omitted are the first, second, fifth,
and sixth.

cccxc. Five out of six stanzas. The omitted stanza is the fourth
of Watts.

cccxon. This has been made up by putting together two stanzas
taken from No. 23 (with some slight variation), and two
others taken (without variation) frdm No. 28 of Mason's
Songs of Praise. Lady Huntingdon added two stanzas more
from the latter hymn, which are here omitted.

cccci. Six out of eight stanzas. The stanzas omitted are Kelly's
second and third.

ccccn. This hymn (in five stanzas, of which the fourth is here
omitted) appears in the second series of Sacred Poetry (Edin-
burgh : Oliphaut), first published about 1835. Dr. Bonar
spoke of it to Mr. Sedgwick as one which he remembered
as early as 1825. In the Chelsea Collection (Psalms and
Hymns for Public Worship: Seeleys ; second edition; 1853)
it bears the name of " Newton ; " but I have not been able to
trace the true author. John Newton's it certainly is not.

cccrm. From Hymns and Anthems (Fox, Paternoster Row);
a volume edited by Mr. William Johnson Fox ; to whom this
hymn was given for publication by the authoress.

ccccrx. From Thoughts for Thoughtful Hovrs (Nelson, Edinburgh,
1859). " H. L. L." is the signatxire of the translators of Hymns
from the Land of Luther.

K K 2

5<x> Notes.



i. I am indebted to the Rev. J. Keble for pel-mission, obtained
through him, to introduce this and the other additional
Hymns of the late Professor Joseph Anstice. The two
numbered CCLXXIII. and cccxxvu. I had previously taken
from the Child's Christian Year; (in which the additional
Hymn, No. 24, will also be found.) The collected hymns of
the author have never been made public, though they were
privately printed, after his death, in 1836.

v. The first four out of five stanzas.

vii._ From Bishop Mant's Holydays of the Church, &c. vol. i. p.

viii. This is the original translation of Mr. Williams (omitting the

last twelve lines), of which Hymn LXI. is a variation.
XL The text is that of the 58th Scotch Paraphrase; and,
although differing from that given in Logan's works, may be
regarded as altered by himself, or with his authority.

xn. Five out of six stanzas (Olney Hymns, Book I. No. 53).

xv. This is No. 856 in Dr. Collyer's Hymn-Book of 1812. Dr.
Collyer, in a note, states, that he is himself the author of the
last 'three stanzas, having never seen more than the first,
which (following a popular error) he assumes to be a trans-
lation from Luther, by whose name it is usually called, and
to one of whose tunes it is set and sung. The original German
hymn, however, on which this is founded (beginning, " Es ist
gewisslich an der Zeit,") is not by Lnther, but by Benjamin
Ringwald. I have not been able to discover the author of the
first English stanza.

xvi. xvin. These two popular hymns constitute parts ofDr.Nonle's
translation of The Rhythm of Bernard de Morlaix, Monk of
Cluny, on the Celestial Country. (London : J. T. Hayes, lSfi'2. )
The entire translation is very long (442 lines). The Latin
original begins with the line,

"Hora novissima, tempora pessima sunt, vigilemus."

xxii. xxx. From Hymns from the Gospel of the Day for each Sun-
day and the Festivals of our Lord, by the Rev. J. E. Bode.
(Oxford and London : J. H. & J. Parker, 1860.)

xxvu. I am indebted for this to the kindness of the translator.

xxxi. The first four out of five stanzas. (Olney Hymns, Book I.
No. 50

xxxiv. I am indebted for this to the author.


ADAMS, Sarah Flower (1840) ccocm

ADDISON, Joseph (1728) xtn, CLXXIII, ccxvi, A 23

ALEXANDER, Cecil Frances (1853 1858) CXLVIII, CLXIII

ALFORD, Henry (1845) xcn, cxxx, CCLXXIV, COLXXXIII, cncix

AXSTJCE, Joseph (1836) CCLXXIII, cccxxvn, Al, A 11, A 13, A 25

AUBEB, HaiTiett (1829) XL

AUSTIN, John (1668) xxvi, LXX, CLXXXIX, ccxm, CCCLXVU

BAKER, Sir Henry (18571861) CLXII, cxcii, CCLXX

BAKEWELL, John (1760) LXXJ

BALL, William (1825) CCCLXVIII

BAKBAULD, Anna Laetitia (1773) LVIII, cxxxvm, CCLXXT, A 35

BATHURST, William Hiley (1831 ) LVJ, en, CLXXV, CLXXXIV, ccxci

BAXTEK, Richard (16S1) CLXXXVI

BEDDOME, Benjamin [1818] CCCXLII

BEKRIDGE, John (1785) cxm, oc

BICKEESTETH, Edward Henry (1S58) ccxxii

BODE, John Ernest (I860) A 22, A 30.

BO.VAR, Horatius (1856) cxcvn, cccxxxui, COCLXIX, CCCLXXIV

A 28

BOWDLER, John (1814) xxu, ccxxxiv
BOWLY, Mary (1847) ccccvin
BROWNE, Simon (1720) xcvi, CCLVI, cccx, CCCLVI
BROWNE, T. B. (1844) xxv
BRCJCE, Michael (1768) LXXXI
BURNS, James D. (1856) cccxni
BVROM, John (1773) cccxxxviii

CAMERON, William (1770) cxiv

CAWOOD, John (1816) A 19

CENNICK, John (1742) xc, cxxvi, CCCLIT

CHANDLER, John (1837) LXI, cxxvm, cxxxix, CCL' cccvm

CHAPMAN, Robert C. (1837) CCCLXXV

CONDER, Josiah (1856) LXXVI, LXXXVIII, ccix

COLLYER, William Bengo [1829] cccxxv, A 14.

(JoTTERiLL, Thomas [1810] v

COWPER, William (1779) cv, cxxxvi, CXLIIT. cxc, ccoxi.vr,

A 31

CRASHAW, Richard (1646) ccxcii
GROSSMAN, Samuel (1664) cix, CLIII
Cox, Frances Elizabeth (1841) cccxxxn

DAVIS, Thomas (1859, 1860) CCCLXXXI, CCCLXXXII, A 34
DARLING, Thomas (1857) vn
DENNY, Sir Edward (1848) CLXXVI

502 List of Authors.

Dix, William Chatterton (1861) XLI

UODDRIDGE, Philip (1755) XLII, cxvin, cxxix, cxxxi, CLIX,


DORRINGTON, Theophilus (168ti) ccxcn
DRENNAN, William (1815) cxxxvn
DYSON, Charles (1816) ccci.ix

EDMESTON, James (1820) ccxxvn, cccxcvi

ELLIOTT, Charlotte (1830) CXLVII, cxcm, cccxxvm, CCCXLIX,


ELLIOTT, Julia Aime (1833) cccxvn
ERSKINE, Ralph (1734) CCCLXX

FANCH, James (1791) LXXIII

GIBBONS, Thomas (1784) xvi, cccxciv
GISBORNE, Thomas (1803) cxix

GRANT, Sir Robert (1806-1839) xxi, LXVJIT, cvn, cccxevni
GRAY, A. (1851) LXII
GRIGO, Joseph (1765) cccxxx
GRINFIELD, Thomas (1836)xxxn, CCVIIT, ccxcvn
GURNEY, John Hauipden (1851) xvui, CXLIX, ccvi, CCLXXII,
A 20

HAMMOND, William (1745) xcv, cxxvn, CCCLXXIII

HART, Joseph (1759) xcvm

HASTINGS, Thomas [1842] cccxxn, cccxxiv

HAVERGAL, William Henry (1833) LXXIX

HAWEIS, Thomas (1792) ccxxxix

HEBER, Bishop Reginald (1811-1827) I, LXXXIV, i.xxxvn, cxvn,


HERBERT, Algernon [1839] CCCLXIH

HERBERT, George (1632) xx, cccxi

HILL, Rowland (17831796) cxn, CUT

How, William Walsham (1860) L, CCLXXXVI

HUNT, John (1853) x

HUNTINGDON, Selina, Countess of (1780) cccxcn

HURN, William (1813) LXXXVI, cm

IRONS, William Josiah (1853) cxcvi
JACOBI, John Christian (1722) c, CCLXXXV

KEBLE, John (1827 1857) xiv, xxxi, xcm, ccxi.vm, CCLIX,

CCLXIX, ccxcix
KELLY, Thomas (1804 1836) xxxv, XLIII, XLV, XLIX, Lxxvnr,


cccxxr, CCCLXIV, cccci
KEN, Bishop Thomas (17001721), CCXLVI, OCLVII, CCLXV,

KIRKE-WHITE, Henry (18031806) cxxn, CCLVIII

I.OOAN, John (1770) CCXITI, A 9
LYNCH, Thomas Toke (1855) ecu

List of Authors, 503

LYTE, Henry Francis (1833 1847) XT. xxm, xxiv, LIU, cxxxn,
CLXXXIII, CLXXXVUI, ccxxni, ccxxxv, ccxxxv, ccxxxvn


MADAN, Martin (1760) xc, cxxvn

MAITLAND, Fanny Fuller (1827) cxxn

MANT, Bishop Richard (18311837) n, LXIX, ci, com, A 7

MARDLEY, John (1562), ccxxvi


MASON, John (1683) civ, ccvi, cccxn, cccxcii

MASSIE, Richard (1854) CCCLVIII

MEDLEY, Samuel (17891800) CLI, CCCXL

MIIJDLETON, Bishop Thomas Fanshaw L1831] ccxxiv

MILES, Susan L. (1840] LXVI

MILLARD, James Ehvin (1848) iv

MILMAN, Henry Hart (18221827) ccxxxvin, cccvi, A 3, A 4

MONSELL, John S. B. (1837 1850) CCLXXXI, cccLXxxrx

MONTGOMERY, James (1S03 1853) m, xxxvi, LXXX, xcix, cxi,


MOORE, Henry [1806] CCCLXII
MORRIS, Eliza Fanny [1858] cccxxni
MORRISON, John (1770) xxxix, cccxi.iv

NEALE, John Mason (1851 1854) xxix, LXIV, CCLIV, A 16, A 18,

NEWMAN, John Henry (1833) cccciv

NEWTON, John (1779) XLVII, LV, LXXVII, cxvi, cxxv,


NOEL, Baptist Wriothesley (1841) CCCLXXIX

OLIVERS, Thomas (1757 1772) xci, ccccxi
OSLER, Edward (1856) CCXLIV, ccxciv, CCLXXXII

PALORAVE, Francis Turner (1862) ccxxix, CCLII
PALMER, Ray [1840] CLXXXII, ccxcvi
PARR, Harriett (1856) CCLX

QUARLES, John (1654) vii

REED, Andrew (1842) CLXVII

RICKARDS, Samuel (1825) xxxvii

RUSSELL, Arthur Tozer (1851) LXVII, ccxxvm, CCLXXV, CCCLV

RVXAND, John (1777) ccx, ccxi

SEAGRAVE, Robert (1748) CLXV

SEARS, Edmund H. [I860] xxxvm

SCOTT, Robert Allan (1838) CLXXII

SCOTT, Sir Walter (1805) A 15

SKELTON, Philip (1784) xxvm

SMITH, Robert (1862) cccxxix

STEELE, Anne (1760) CLX, cxcv, cccxxxvi, CCCXLT

SWAIN, Joseph (1792) cxxxiv

TATE, Nahum (1703) xxxm

TAYLOR, Bishop Jeremy (1653) CLXXIV

TORE, Emma (1851) LXV

504 List of Authors.

TOMALIN, James Bullivant [1860] A 27

TOPLADY, Augustus Montague (17591777) C, CXLV, CLVI, cci,

CCCLIV, cccc, ccccvii, ccccxii
TURNER, Daniel (1791) i.xxm

WABINO, Anna Laetitia (18501860) cxovm

WAKING, Samuel Miller (1827) CCXLIII

WATTS, Isaac (1709 1720) vi, via, ix, xn, xv, xvn, XLIV, XLVIII,

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