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Salvation, 6.5.4.7. P. *177 | Stockwell, 5. 6. ...P. 156 | Warsaw, H. M....P. 142
Saturday Night, L.M. 48 Streeter, 8.7. 7. ..... 120 Watchman, S. M.... 96
Saturday Night, 75.. 126 St. Thomas, S. M... 96 Wells, L. M. ....... 42
Savannah, 10s. .. .. 154

Westbrook, L. M. ... 24
Scotland, 12s. ...... 174 Tamworth, 8. 7. .... 118 Weymouth, H. M... 140
Sebastian, C. M..... 72 Thanksgiving, 12.11. *193 Williams, 7s........*199
Shiloh, L. M. ....... Thayer, 78. .........*130 Williamstown, 10s. . 154
Shirland, S. M...... Thomas, lls, .......*161 Willis, C. M. .......* 77
Shoel, L. M......... 16 Thorning, C. M. ....* 74 Winchester, 6s. ....*152
Sicilian, 8. 7. ....... 110 Townsend, 13.11.8.6. *.205 Windham, L. M. ... 22
Silver Street, S. M.. 100 Truro, L. M. ....... 42 Winslow, S. M. .... 100
Simmons, C. M..... 64

Woodbury, 13. 9. ... 187
Somerville, C. P. M.. 94 Utica, 8s. .......... 204 Woodstock, C. M... 60
Sophronia, L. M.... 191 Victory, L. M. .....*176 Worship, S. P.M. ... 108
Sterling, L. M......
Stewart, 8. 7. 8. 8. 7.. Wales, 8.4. .........
St. Martin's, C. M... 88 Ward, L. M.........

*Music arranged and adapted
St. Michael's, 10. 11.. 158 Wareham, C. M..... 88 expressly for this work.

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LOOK ALOFT.
In the tempest of life, when the wave and the gale
Are around and above, if thy footing should fail,
If thine eye should grow dim, and thy caution depart,
Look aloft and be firm, and confiding of heart.
If the friend who embraced in prosperity's glow,
With a smile for each joy and a tear for each woe,
Should betray thee, when sorrows like clouds are arrayed,
Look aloft to the friendship which never shall fade.
Should the visions which hope spreads in light to thine eye,
Like the tints of the rainbow be swifter to fly,
Then turn, and through tears of repentant regret,
Look aloft to the Sun that is never to set.
Should they who are dearest, the son of thy heart,
The wife of thy bosom-in sorrow depart:
Look aloft from the darkness and dust of the tomb,
To the soil where affection is ever in bloom.
And, oh! when death comes, in his terrors to cast
His fears on the future, his pall on the past,
In the moment of darkness, with hope in thy heart,
And a smile in thine eye, look aloft and depart.

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