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O where shall rest be found 189

O, who will show me Jesus Christ ... 464

O Word of God Incarnate 872

O world, I must forsake thee 848

O worship the King 148

O worship the Lord in the beauty of

holiness 170

O Ziou, a£9icted with wave upon

wave 118

O'er the gloomy hiUs of darkness ... 887

Of the glorious Body telling 63

Oft when of God we ask 198

Oh ! let us all be glad to-day 860

Oh Lord ! with one accord 206

Oh, the bitter shame and sorrow ... 381

On the dewy breath of even 159

On Jordan's bank the Baptist's ory 879

Once in royal David's city 444

Once in the town of Bethlehem ... 444

Once to our world there came 447

One holy church of God appears ... 422

One sweetly solemn thought 496

One there is above all otbers 14S

Onward, Christiansoldiers, marching

astowar 466

Oppressed with sin and woe 185

Our blest Redeemer, ere He breatJied 140

Our dear Lord of grace hath given 389
Our God ! our God I Thou shmest

here 952

Our God, our help in ages past ... 101
Our God, we thank Thee, who hast

made 19T

Our Friend, our Brother, and our

Lord 426

Out of the depths I cry to l%ee 848,849

Pantre lingua gloriod 48, 6S

Phosilaron 81,84

Praise, Lord, for Thee in Zion waits 165

Praise, my souL the King of heaven 166
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore

Him 141

Praise to our God, whose bounteous

hand 288

Praise to the Holiest in the height 219

Praise ye the Lord I immortal quire 226

Pulsum supemis sedibus 879

Quae Stella sole pnlchrior 879

Que ne puis-je t mon Dieu 881

Quiet, Lord, my frowaid heart ... 194



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Bejoioe, all ye beUeven 867

Bejoioe, ye pore in heart 260

Betunif O wanderer, return 144

Betum, O wanderer, to Thy home. . . 899

Ride on, ride on in majesty 161

Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings 106
Rock of Ages, clef t for me ... 138,186

BoidesAnffes 882

Bound the Lord in glory seated ... 141



Salve Caput cruentatum 68

Saviour, again to Tby dear name we

raise 284,498

Saviour and Master 186

Saviour, blessed Saviour 274

Saviour, breathe an evening blessing 161

Saviour, now receive him 166

Saviour, sprinkle many nations ... 896

Saviour, when in dust to Thee ... 148

Saviour, while my heart is tender . . . 460

Saviour, who Thy flock art feeding 892

Seeing I am Jesu's lamb 870

Shall this life of mine be wasted ... 288

Shall we grow weary in our watch... 427

Shepherd of tender youth 481

Shew pity, Lord, for we are frail and

faint 886

Show me the way, O Lord 882

Since Jesus freely did appear 120

Sing a hymn to Jesus 187

Sing Hallelujah forth in duteous

praise 42,289

Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle 48

Sing to the Lord a joyful song ... 170

Sing to the Lord of harvest 170

Sing to the Lord our might 166

Sing we, brethren, faithful-hearted 244

Sleepers, wake! a voice is calling... 866

Slowly, by Thy hand unfurled ... 410

Slowly, slowlv darkening 176

Soldiers of Christ, arise 113

Son of God, to Thee I cry 141

Songs of praise the angels sang ... 484

Souls of men, why will ye scatter ... 182
Sound the loud timbrel o*er Egypt's

dark sea 142

Speak, lips of mine 287

Spirit Divine attend our prayers ... 148

Spirit of Christ, Thine earnest give 164

Stand up I stand up for Jesus 898

Standing forth on life's rough way 409
Stay, Master , stay upon this heavenly

hill 176,177

Still, still with Thee, when purple

morning breaketh 894

StiU will we trust, though earth

seems dark and diieary 490

Still witii Thee, O my Qod ... 193,481

Strangers and pilgnms here below 207
Summer suns are glowing over land

and sea 269

Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear

168,164,496

Supreme Motor cordium 879



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Sweet is the solace of Thy love .. 808

Sweet is the Spirit's strain 167

Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go .. . 182

Sweet the lessons Jesus taught ... 448

Sweet the moments, rich in blessing 127
Sweetly sang the angels in the clear

calm light 827



Take my life, and let it be 201

Take up Thy cross, the Saviour said 2SS
Teach me, O Lord. Thy holy way ...

Teach me, my Qod and King

Teach me to live ! 'tis easier far to

die

Tell it out among the heathen

Ten thousand times ten thousand . . .

Ter sancte, ter potens Deus

That mystic word of Thine, O

Sovereign Lord

That Thou, O Lord, art ever nigh...
The child leans on its parent's breast
The Church's One Foundation
The dawn of Ood's dear Sabbath ...
The day Thou gavest Lord, is ended
The day is gently sinking to a close
The day is past and over ...

The day, O Lord, is spent

The devu and me, we can't agree ...
The festal mom, my Ood, is come...

The fields are all white

The foe behind, the deep before . . .

The Galilean fishers toil

The glory of the spring, how sweet

The God of Abraham praise

The God of heaven is pleased to see
The God of Love my Shepherd is ...
Theffood old Book! witb histories

The happy mom is come

The happy sunshine all is gone
The Heaa that once was crowned

with thorns

The livelong night we*ve toiled in

vain

The Lord be with us as we bend ...
The Lord is come on Syrian soil ...
The Lord is King, and weareih ...
The Lord is King, lift up Thy voice

The Lord is rich and merciful

The Lord my pasture shall prepare
The Lord of might fromSinars brow
The Lord of Sabbath let us praise
The Lord will come, and not be slow
The morning fiowers display their

sweets ...

The night is come, like to the day

77, 482, 488, 488
The night of sorrow long hath reigned 481
The old year's long campaign is o'er 802

The pilgnms of the night

The race that long in darkness pined
The radiant mom hath passed away
The Royal Banners forward go
The Son of God goes forth to war...
The spacious firmament on high . . .



76

818
201
169
879

394
140
160
802
804
287
166
89,184
186
476
192
467
186
166
286
126
488
76
461
127
364

187

164
287
178

78
160
198

94
147
106

78

106



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181
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PAOB

The Spirit in our hearti 89S

The springtide hour brings leal and

flower 170

The strain upraise of jor and praise

60» 184, 488

The snn is sinking fast 174

The Voice that breathed o*er Eden 154

The way is long and drpary 198

The year is swiftly waning 270

Thee will I love, my strangth. my

tower 114,866

There oame a little Child to earth... 4M

There is a bleeaed home 187

There:i8a book who runsmay read 164, 485

There is a dwelling-place above ... 141

There is a fountain filled with blood 125

There is a happy hind 450

There is joy above the skies ... 489

There is no sorrow, Lord, too light 168

There's a friend for little children... 466
There wasa time when children sang

161,442
There went three damsels ere break

of day 842

There were ninety and lUne whidi

safely lay 473

Thine are all the gifts. O Ood 427

Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old 260

Thine for ever, God of love 827

This is the day of Light 286

Thou art gone to tiie grave, but we

will not deplore Thee 147

Thou art, O Ood, the life and light 142

Thou art the way: to Thee alone ... 892

Thoubrightnessof Thy Father's face 160
Thou diost leave Thy throne and Thy

'kingly crown 466

Thou Grace Divine, endroling all ... 896

Thou gracious God and kind ... 184
Thou hidden love of God, whose

height 114.360

Thou hidden source of calm repose 113
Thou knowest, Lord, the weariness

andsorrow 240

Thou long disowned, reviled, op-
pressed 886

Thou, Lord, art Love, and every-
where 193

Thou say'st. take up thv cross ... 266

Thou Son of God and Son of man... 182
Thou that once on mother's knee 264, 467
Thou wast, O God, and Thou waat

blest 87,488

Thou who didst stoop below 418

Thou who hast known the careworn

breast 229

Thou, ^o our faithless hearts canst

read 203

Thou, whose Almighty word ... . 148
Thou, whose unmeasured temple

stands 408

Though lowly here our lot may be. . . 204
Though we long in sin-wrought

blindness 267

Thrice holy God of wondrous mi^t 879



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166



187



PAOB

Thrioe-holy Name ! — that s wi u i tor

sounds iW

Throned upon the awful Tree 985

Through all the changing scenes of

life

Throng centuries of sin and woe...
Through good report and evil. Lord
Through tiiedayThy love has spared

us

Through the n^ht of doubt and

sorrow 299,388,466

Throw away Thy rod 76

Thus far my God hath led me on ... 128

Thy home is with the humble. Lord 182

Thy attle one, O Saviour dear 466

Thy way is in the deep, O Lord ... 828

Thy way, not mine, O Lord 136

'Tis for conquering kinffs to gain .. 160

'Tisgonethat bright and orbed Uase 166
'Tis the day of ressurrection ... 80, 184

'Tis the voice of the sluggard 486

To God be glory, peace on earth ... 98

To God on high be thanks and praise 3S2

To Thee, O dear, dear country ... 69

To Thee, O dear, dear Saviour 170

To Thee, O Lord, I yield my spirit SM

To Thee, O Lord, our heartswe raise 801

To Thine eternal arms, O God ... 421

To weary hearts, to mourning homes 496



Up to those bright and gl

hills ew

Veni, Creator, Spiritus 42,80

Veni Sancte Spiritus 42, 00, 90, 419

Vexilla Begis prodeunt 47

Vital spark of heavenly flame 104

Viva^vivaGesuI 864

Von wimmAi hoch da konmi ieh her 840

Wake, awake, for night is flying ... 365

Walkin the light, so Shalt thou know 147

Walking with Thee, my God 980

We are but little children weak 444
We are the Lord's, whether we live

ordie 372

We ask for peace, O Lord 198

We ask not that our path be always

bright 490

We gather to the sacred board ... 416

We give Thee but Thine own 960

We limit not the truth of God . . 2»

We love tiie venerable house 411

We love Thee, Lord, yet not alone 160

We name Thy Name, O God 986

We praise and bless Thee, gradons

Lord 942,878

We praise, we ble« Thee, Lord, we

confess lliee 161

We praise, we worship Thee, O Ood 42

We rose to-day with anthems sweet 206
We saw Thee not when Thou didst

come 168

We sing His love who once was slain 180

We sing the praise of Him who died 187



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We ting to Thee, Thou Son of Qod
We speak of the realms of the blest
sary and sad, a wanderer from



120
160



Weary

Thee

Weary of earth, and laden with my

sin

Welcome, happy morning, age to

age shall say

We We no abiding city here

What grace, O Lord, and beauty

shone

What shall we render, Lord^to Thee 824
What star ia this more glorious far 879
What sweetness on Thine earth doth

dwell ..

When all Thy mercies, O my Ood...
When daily I kneel down to pray ...

When for me the silent oar

When gathering clouds around I

▼iew

When gladness gilds our prosperous

day ...

When I survey life's varied scene . . .
When I survey the wondrous cross

101, 494
When Jesus halted on His way 468

When Jordan hush'd his waters still 141
When my ton^e can sing no more 886
When on my day of life the night is

falling 429

When on Sinai's top I see 189

When our heads are bowed with woe

151,482
Wben rising from the bed of death 96



170
801



187
214



264

95

488

426

148

490
119



PAOB

When shall we meet again 408

When sugar in the lump I see 188

When the dark waves roimd us roll 271
When the Lord of love was here ... 290
When the Paschal evening fell ... 178
When the weary, seeking rest. . . 236, 481
When this nassing world is done . . 173
When winds are raging o'er the

upperooean

Where high the heavenly temple

stands

Where is tby God, my soul ? . .
Where is Jesus, little children ?
Where shall we leun to die ? ...
While shepherds watched their flocks

b^r night

Wmle Thee I sedc, protecting power
While with ceaseless course the sun
Who are they whose little feet !
Why art Thou thus cast down, my

heart

Wflt Thou not visit me T
Winter reigneth o'er the land .
WithsOenceonly as their benediction
With Thee, my Lord, my Qod...



894

180
190
468
178



124
460



433
270
427
481



Te holy angels bright 81

Te messengers of Christ 140

Te servants of the Lord 106

Yes, Ood is good 168

Yesterday, with exultation 67

Yet who Knows the cross is precious 862

Your hazps, ye trembling saints ... 129



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TNDEX OF TITLES OF HYMNS.



PAOB

Abide with me 394

All live unto Him 286

All Saints' Day 428

Angel of Patience, The 426

Afloension Day, Collect for 897

Blemed are the poor in spirit, for

theirs is the kingdom of neaTen... 280

Carmen Seeoulare 10

Church Universal, The 422

Children's Song from the Seoond

Chapter of St Luke, A 860

Comforter, The 140

Covenant and Confidence of EftiUi,

The 80

Cross, The 481

Cypress tree of Ceylon, The 427



Dayspring of Etemity 966

Be oontemptu mundi 68

Dssolation 220

Diealrie 62,172

Divine Renewer, The •... 246

Elixir, The 76

Faith and sight in the latter days ...
Freedom



266
423

81, 84, 862

426



CloriainExcelsis... ..
Gone

Holy Catholic Church, the Commu-
nion of Saints, The 802

Holy Spirit. The 276

Home Missions 400

Hora Novissima 69,186

Hymn for his brother's ordination 418

178

424
409
271

884
68



I am debtor

I will ari«e and go to my Father

]bitercemion for Children

It is I. be not afraid

Jot and sorrow alike from Ood
Jnoilus of St. Bernard



K^ Eternal, Immortal, Invisible,

The 277

litany to the Holy Spirit 74

litany to the name of Jesus 267

living and Dying Prayer for the

Holiest Believer in the world, A . . 128



Lord reigneth, let the earth rejoice.

The 278

Lost and Found 267

Love of Ood, The 896

Love of Jesus, The 71

Meditation for Wednesday in Psas-

8ionWeek,A 106

Meek inherit the earth, The 280

MyPsahn 427

Mystery of God, The 424

422

426



New Commandment, A . . .

Our Master

Peace of God, The

Pilgrims, The

Pruse for Inspiration

Prayer for the morning, A
Praver in the Temple, The
Psalm of Life



198
196
421
91
828
41S

897



auert;. The

Betum of tibe Dove 82S

Rosy Hymn 66

Sabbath Day, The 414

Seoond Advent of Christ, or Christ
coming to Jerusalem in triumph.

The 78

Shame of Jesus conquered by love 117

Son of Man, The «79

Song to the Tune "Diana," A 81

Stabat Mater 62,63,897

Sweetness of Jesus, The 71

T^Deum 42,860

Thankfulness 197

Thanksgiving for the highest bene-
fits which God has shown in Christ SIS

Through and through 906

To my friend on the death of his

sister 427

Transfiguration, The 176

Truth 896

Vesper Hymn 897

Voice from Galilee, A 884

Wedding Hymn 120

Whither shall I go from ThySpixit 897

Witness of earth to heaven. The ... 254

Wrestling Jacob 481



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