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Hs'H 0' the reasons which induced the Editor to make this collection will be obvious to mo/i of those for whose accommodation it is intended,-yet in order to prevent any mistake or misconstruction that might possibly arise, it was thought proper to give a brief account of its intention and design. What has given the first occasion for its appearance is, the improvement in Psalmody in the church of St. Mary, which seems no less acceptable to, than generally acknowledged by those who attend that church. In consequence of tlu.i attempt to improve the Psalmody, the Singers found it necessary to call' to their aid various Psalms and Hymns, of different metres and tunes from those which had usually been sung before; with no design to exclude the Common Version

of Psalms used in the Church of England,


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but only to enlarge their sphere, and enrich the Singing with greater variety. Whenever such deviationfrom the Common Version was made, the congregation of course have been at a loss for the words, and thus tho' the tune might be known before, or become familiar by use, they have been hindr ed from joining with, and enjoying so fully as they might otherwise have done, that delightful part of divine worship. In order therefore to remove this inconvenience, arid to comply with' the wisnes which many have expressed, this little Collection taken chiefly from the Lock-Hymn Tunes, and from the Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts, is refpetlfully submitted and recommended to the*congregation usually attending at St. Marys,

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Hull, iSept. i, 1787.

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ALmighty God of truth and love — t

'Ah! tell us no more 80

Ante my foul with wonder see i8

At thy command, our dearest Lojd — 64

Awake our souls, awake our fears .. 33

Awake and iing the song 19


'. Before Jehovah's awful throne . 4i

Beneath the tyrant Satan's yoke — 85

i . Bestow dear Lord upon our youth — . . 83

Blest is the man whose bowels move — 86

Blest are the fouls, that hear and know — 30

Blest be the Father and his love — 38


Come thou Almighty King ■ i2

Come ye that love the Lord 28

v Come thou fount of every blessing — -—- 40

Come let us join our chearful songs '43

^-Come let us a-new • 47

Come let us join a joyful tune . 56

Come let us all unite to praise

Come let us lift our voices high


Dear object of our strong desire . 5i

Deep in our hearts let us record ■ 76

Deep in the dust before thy throne • . ■ 46


Father, how wide thy glory stiines — . 7

^.Father, Son, and Holy Ghost 38

Father, we wait to feej thy grace — 68

Father I sing thy wond'rous grace — —— 75,

For ever shall my song record —>— • 7c

From all that dwell below the skies —— 6.

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