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I have inserted many original Hymns, for which am alone responsible. I intended to have disti guished these by a prefixed or added mark, to ha screened them among my Friends, by the exercise their affection for me, from the rigour of criticism. hope, however, in such company as Watts, Do DRIDGE, COWPER, NEWTON, TOPLADY, STEEL and other names of equal veneration and value, th may escape, by serving as a foil to exhibit, with sti greater lustre, the beauties of Poetry and the charı of Piety, to which, though they aspire, they have n as yet attained.

That the present publication may, by the divir blessing, be made the means of instruction and consi lation to many, is the fervent prayer of

Your affectionate Friend,

For Christ's sake,

R. H. SHEPHERD

Palace Street, Pimlico,

May 16, 1818.

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Hymn. A CHARGE to keep I have

636 Adam our father and our head

462 A debtor to mercy alone

582 Adore and tremble, for our God

306 A good High Priest is come .............. 43T Ah, lovely appearance of death

676 Alas! and did my Saviour bleed

ur bleed ............. 404 All hail, incarnate God ....

.................... 178 All hail the power of Jesu's name .......... 491 All people, that on earth do dwell

14 All ye that pass by ...................... 408 Almighty Maker God ... ....... ............ 10 Almighty God, have we not heard ... ............ 36 Almighty God, display thy grace .............. 183 Am I a soldier of the cross ................ 625 And art thou, gracious Master, gone ......... 452 And is this life prolong'd to me ............ 195 And let our bodies part .......... ......... 229 And must this body die

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281 And will the Judge descend

294

294 And does the kind Redeemer stoop

37 And can it be that I should gain

706 Angels, roll the stone away

422 Another six days work is done Another year how swiftly run

192 Are there not in the labourer's day

643 Arise, my soul, my joyful powers

156 Arm of the Lord, awake, awake

387 As a shepherd loves to keep

463 As the sun's enlivening eye

228 At anchor laid, remote from home

500 At thy command, I meekly yield

287 Attend, while God's exalted Son

556 Awake, our drowsy souls

49 Awake, my soul, in joyful lays

163 Awake, my heart, arise, my tongue' icc. 472 Awake, and sing the song ................ 486 Awake, our souls, away, our fears

619 Awake, my soul, and with the sun

...... 705 Away with our sorrow and fear

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