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Eighteen hundred years agone 42

Ere last year's moon had left the sky 139

Ethereal race, inhabitants of air 805

Ethereal minstrel, pilgrim of the sky 282

Far away where the tempests play 93

Far from the world, O Lord, I flee 228

Father, I know that all my life 12

For Thou wert born of woman! Thou didst come 33

Gently speak and lightly tread 195

Give me a tender spotless child 124

Give me my scallop shell of quiet 112

Gloomy night embraced the place 36

Glory to Thee, my God, this night 31

God is love; the heavens tell it 306

God is ascended up on high 58

God moves in a mysterious way 8

God scatters love on every side 249

Going home from the House of God 99

Happy soul! thy days are ended 161

Hark! hark 1 my soul! angelic songs are swelling .... 221

Hark, my soul I it is the Lord 216

Hast thou seen with flash incessant 260

Hear me, 0 God 7

He is gone beyond—the skies 57

Her eyes are homes of silent prayer 89

He stopp'd at last 71

He, Who on earth as man was known 59

Holy, holy, holy, Lord 4

Holy! holy! holy! Lord God Almighty 28

Hope springs eternal in the human breast 290

How blest Thy creature is, O God 24

How happy is he born and taught 112

How pleasant to me thy deep blue wave 85

If Heavenly flowers might bloom unharm'd on earth . . . 173

If you're waking, call me early, call me early, mother dear . 207

I got me flowers to strew Thy way 56

I heard the voice of Jesus say 219

I hear thee speak of the better land 256

I look'd with pride on what I'd done 246

I mourn no more my vanish'd years 136

In pride, in reasoning pride our error lies 246

In the hour of my distress 26

In the hour of trial 21

In the silent midnight watches 229

In the days of our forefathers, the gallant days of old . . . 146

Into a desolate land 92

In token that thou shalt not fear 133

I praised the earth, in beauty seen 255


I say to thee—Do thou repeat 141

Is Resignation's lesson hard? 233

I sing the birth was born to-night 35

It came upon the midnight clear 83

It chanced upon the merry merry Christmas eve 274

It is not growing like a tree 113

Jesu! bless our slender boat 19

Jesus, my strength, my hope 16

Jesu, the very thought of Thee 18

Just as I am, without one plea 237

Late, late, so late! and dark the night, and chill 93

Latest born of Jesse's race 76

Launch thy bark, mariner! Christian, Heaven speed thee . 135

Let me be with Thee where Thou art 231

Let other thoughts, where'er I roam 205

Let us quit the leafy arbour 259

Little pomp or earthly state 37

Like as the damask rose you see 155

Look westward, pensive little one 226

Lord Jesu, when we stand afar 44

Lord, with what care hast thou begirt us round 114

Lord! who art merciful as well as just 12

Lost! lost! lost! 117

Love thy God, and love Him only 230

Merrily, merrily, goes the bark 293

Methought I heard a sound, methought it came 203

My conscience is my crown 235

My fairest child, I have no song to give you 120

My God, my Father, while I stray 243

My life's a shade, my days 159

My little doves have left a nest 279

My soul, there is a country 243

My spirit longs for Thee 231

Nearer, my God, to Thee 22

Near yonder copse, where once the garden smiled .... 144

O come and mourn with me awhile 46

O day most calm, most bright! 130

O, fairest flower! no sooner blown but blasted 166

Of all the thoughts of God that are 239

O, happy is the man who hears 80

O happy soul, that lives on high 232

O Lord! how happy should we be 217

O miserable man 171

Once more, through God's high will and grace 265

One day to Helbeck I had stroll'd 300

On the cross the dying Saviour 278

O Paradise! O Paradise 1 222


O rich the tint of earthly gold 237

O, shame upon thee, listless heart 225

Oh that those lips had language! Life has passM 1 >-±

O Thou that driest the mourner's tear H

Pause not to dream of the future before us ....... 125

Poor little Willie W4

Praise be Thine, most Holy Spirit 25

Prayer is the soul's sincere desire 1

Receive him, earth, unto thine harbouring shrine 170

Religion does not censure or exclude 118

Return, O wanderer, to thy home 236

Rise, crown'd with light, imperial Salem rise 41

Robert of Sicily, brother of Pope Urbane 103

Rock of Ages, cleft for me 51

Sabbath of the saints of old 66

Saviour, when in dust to Thee 48

Say, watchman, what of the night? 134

Sea-bird! haunter of the wave 276

She had been told that God made all the stars 257

Slowly fashioned, link by link 115

8ome murmur when their sky is clear 140

Soon and for ever 241

So rest, for ever rest, O Princely Pair! 197

Star of morn and even 50

Summer is a glorious season 262

Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear 20

Sweet day, so calm, so cool, so bright 114

Sweet maiden, for so calm a Jife 190

Sweet nurslings of the vernal skies 290

Sweet Robin, I have heard them say -. 275

Take them, O Death! and bear away 176

The air of death breathes through pur souls 157

The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the fold .... 79

The child leans on its parent's breast 271

The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces 110

The day is cloudy ; it should be so 171

The flower is small that decks tbe field 116

The Holy Son of God most high S4

The lights o'er yonder snowy range 264

The Lord my pasture shall prepare 6

The roseate hues of early dawn 30

The sea of Fortune doth not even flow 119

The seas are quiet when the winds are o'er 138

The scene was more beautiful far to my eye 292

The skylark has perceiv'd his prison door 283

The spacious firmament on high 252

The stars shine bright while earth is dark 247

The time draws near the birth of Christ 36


The time so tranquil is, and clear 206

The turf shall be my fragrant shrine 268

The tempest rages wild, and high 295

The way is long and dreary 23

The yellow poplar leaves came down 201

Then constant faith, and holy hope shall die 109

There is a fountain flll'd with blood 96

There is a Reaper, whose name is Death 165

There is a thought so purely blest 122

There is no flock, however watch'd and tended 193

There is no love like the love of Jesus 94

They sin who tell us love can die 226

This world I deem 63

This world is all a fleeting show 140

Thou art gone to the grave! but we will not deplore thee . . 167

Thou art, O God! the life and light 254

Thou canst accomplish all things, Lord of might 82

Thou spakest and the waters roll'd 65

Thou wert fair, Lady Mary 177

Thou, who dost dwell alone 223

Thou whom chance may hither lead 142

Through sorrow's path, and danger's road 121

Through the love of God, our Saviour 245

'Tis folly all that can be said 174

'Tis not one blossom makes a spring 282

—To our high-raised phantasy present 29

To these, whom death again did wed 174

Triumphal arch, that flll'st the sky 272

Vital spark of heavenly flame 164

Waves, waves, waves! 271

We beside the wondrous river 72

We have lost him; he is gone! 188

We've no abiding city here 95

We walk'd within the churchyard bounds 182

What is good for a bootless bene? 14

What is the Church, and what am I? 123

What mourner ever felt poetic fire? 175

What though my harp and viol be 156

When brothers part for manhood's race 87

When first thine eyes unveil, give thy soul leave 120

When I survey the wondrous cross 51

When Lazarus left his charnel-cave . . . . . 89

When marshall'd on the nightly plain 84

When my breast labours with oppressive care 286

When our heads are bow'd in woe 47

When Spring unlocks the flowers to paint the laughing soil . 258

When the great Hebrew king did almost strain 77

When the hours of Day are number'd 192

Where high the heavenly temple stands 61


Where the remote Bermudas ride !>

Which is the happiest death to die 161

While snows even from the mild south-west 68

Who for the like of me will care? 78

Who has this Book and reads it not Ill

Within this leaf to every eye 220

Yes, God is good: in earth and sky 5

Yes, so it was ere Jesus came 98

Yes, surely there's a love abroad 261

Yet though the fig-tree should no burden bear hi


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