Hymns, Chants and Anthems. Selected and arranged by J. H. Thom

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Contents

The weary traveller lost in night 277
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The heart of childhood is all mirth
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What sudden blaze of song
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While some in follys pleasure roll Cotton 411
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cannot call affliction sweet Montgomery 474
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For ever with the Lord Montgomery 457
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Thou framer of the light and dark Keble 586
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O God thy children gathered here Anon 540
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O thou that readst the secret heart Mrs Opie 176
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Let others boast how strong they be Watts 510
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Great Ruler of all natures frame Doddridge 487
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Blessed are the humble souls
73
A present God is all our strength Doddridge 258
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GOD IN HIS WORKS OF NATURE AND GRACE 77113
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Thus far the Lord hath led me on Watts 594
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When all thy mercies O my
81
Dark dark indeed the grave would be Gaskell 505
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Sleep weary world and take thy rest Montgomery 155
85
Hail to the Lords anointed Montgomery 158
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O God whose holy child this morn Heber 163
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Light of life seraphic fire C Wesley 535
100
The morning flowers display their sweets
101
Bless O Lord the opening year
105
Give to our God immortal praise Watts
106
Hath not thy heart within thee burned ? Bulfinch 595
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Day by day the manna fell Conder 367
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GOD IN HIS PROVIDENCE AND CHARACTER 114153
114
Slowly by thy hand unfurled Furness 589
133
When gathering clouds around me rise
137
The Son of God goes forth to
141
O God whose thunder shakes the sky Chatterton 414
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Mark the soft falling snow Doddridge 228
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Around the throne of grace we meet Montgomery 233
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Jehovah t is a glorious name Doddridge 256
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THE CHRISTIAN LIFE
150
As body when the soul has fled Drummond 323
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O Lord our King how excellent Montgomery 115
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May the grace of Christ our Saviour Newton 580
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Times without number have I prayed C Wesley 394
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When gracious Lord when shall it
150
Far from mortal cares retreating J Taylor 69
HOLINESS AND HEAVENLY WISDOM 341362
A voice upon the midnight air Martineaus Col 182
will extol Thee Montgomery 75
God of my life through all its days Doddridge 28
O thou to whose allsearching sight J Wesley 470
Lord and what shall this man do Keble 501
RESIGNATION AND PEACE 401418
O that I knew where I might find Montgomery 415
EARTH AND HEAVEN
O bless the Lord my soul Watts 92
Sometimes a light surprises Cowper 421
THE HOUSEHOLD OF GOD 433405
Oft when the waves of passion rise c Wesley 170
Soon will our fleeting hours be past Rees Col 584
Our banner is the eternal God Doddridge 303
For ever with the Lord Montgomery 456
God of the universe whose hand W Taylor 133
Leader of faithful souls and guide C Wesley 433
AFFLICTION COMFORTED 466504
When overwhelmed with grief
He sendeth sun He sendeth shower S F Adams 271
Yes theres a better world on high Anon 513
Calm on the bosom of thy
Go to dark Gethsemane Montgomery 191
Lord Jesus come for here H Martineau 211
Our Father bless us ere we go Faber 529
The Closing Year 526 527
Christ to the young man said Yet one thing more Longfellow
Part in peace Is day before us S F Adams 583
Laying the foundation stone of a Church 536
When round thy wondrous works below
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To thee O God we homage pay Doddridge 77
Come Christians brethren ere we part
Benedictus i
Good Friday vii
SELECTION FROM THE BOOK OF PSALMS
From the First Day of the Month to the Thirtyfirst
Wherefore should man frail child of day Enfield

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