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Behold, the gloomy vale

Doddridge Behold that wise, that perfect law

do. Behold, the living tree

Wallace "Behold the man,” thus Pilate spake Behold the rising dawn appear

Watts, &c.
Behold, the Prince of peace

Behold the Saviour of mankind
Behold, the woman's promis'd seed

Behold the sin-atoning Lamb

Fawcett Behold, the lofty sky

Watts Behold the morning sun

Watts Behold, where breathing love divine Mrs. Barbauld Behold, where in a mortal form

Enfield Be thou exalted, O our God

Watts Be joyful in God, all ye lands of the earth Montgom'y Bless, O my soul the God of love

Bless'd be the everlasting God

Bless'd be thy name my God and King
Bless'd is the man who fears the Lord Exeter Col.
Blest Jesus, when our soaring thoughts
Blest are the eyes that see

James Relly
Bless ye the Lord with solemn rite Montgomery
Blow ye the trumpet, blow

Topladys Col. Bright Source of intellectual


Doddridge CALM, my soul, behold thy Saviour

S. Thomson
Children of the heavenly King,

Christ is gone up, our Lord and King Epis. Psalmody
Christ, the Lord, is risen to day Rippon's Coli.
Christians, dismiss your fears
Clap your hands, ye people all Whitfield's Coll.
Come, let us join our cheerful songs

Come, O thou universal Good
Come, holy Spirit, heavenly Dove

Come, serve the Lord with love and joy Proud
Come, sinners, to the gospel feast
Come, ye that love the Lord

Come, thou fount of every blessing

Come, worship at Immanuel's feeť Whitfield's Coll.
Come, thou long-expected Jesus

Come, thou almighty King
Come, ye lovers of the Lamb

John Relly
Come, pay the worship God requires

Boyce Come, sing a Saviour's power

Come, thou desire of all thy saints

Mrs. Steele
Come, ye that know and fear the Lord
Could I of all perfection boast

James Relly
DEEM not that they are bless'd alone
Dost thou thy children's name record

EARLY my God, without delay

Watts “Eat, drink, in memory of your friend” Dublin Coli. Eternal Excellence

James Relly

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Eternal God! we bless thy name

Doddridge Eternal God! how frail'is man

Watts Eternal God! almighty Cause

Browne Eternal power, almighty God

Mrs. Steele
Eternal Source of every joy.

Eternal Spirit, Source of light
Exalted Prince of life, we own

Extol the Lord, the Lord most high Montgomery
FAITH adds new charms to earthly bliss Salis. Coll.
Faith, 'tis a precious grace

Beddome Father, behold us here

John Murray Father in heaven, thy sacred name Liverpool Coli. Father divine, before thy view

John Taylor
Father of all, omniscient Mind

Father of all, whose powerful voice
Father! how wide thy glory shines

Father of angels and of men

Richards Father of mercies, in thy word

Mrs. Steele Father of mercies, send thy grace

Doddridge Father of our feeble race

Taylor Father of mercies, in thy house

Doddridge Father of light, we sing thy name

do. Far from mortal cares retreating

John Taylor Far from these scenes of night

Mrs. Steele Far from our thoughts, vain world be gone

Watts For thee, O God, our constant praise

From all that dwell below the skies

From heaven th' angelic sound began
From north to south, from east to west Butcher
GIVE glory to God in the highest Montgomery
Give thanks to God most high

Give to the Lord in cheerful songs

Exeter Coll. Give to our God immortal praise

Watts Glad was my heart to hear

Montgomery Glory unto Jesus be

Glass' Coll. Glory to God on high

Rippon's Coll. Glory to thee, my God, this night

Bp. Ken. God is my strong salvation

Montgomery God in his temple let us meet

do. God is our refuge and defence

do. God is our refuge in distress

Tate God moves in a mysterious way

Cowper God of our streagth, to thee we cry

Merrick God, our kind master, merciful and just Mrs. Barbauld “God will provide," the patriarch said

Richards Grace ! 't is a charming sound

Great God, indulge my humble claim

Grateful notes and numbers hring
Great God, thy power and wisdom shine

Great first of beings ! mighty Lord
Great God, this sacred day of thing

Mrs. Steele
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Great God, to thee our grateful tongues

Great Father of mankind

Great God, the followers of thy Son
Great Framer of unnumbered worlds

HAIL, Alpha and Omega, hail Wesley's Coll.
Hail ! happy day, the type of rest

Proud Hail, happy morn, whose early ray

Needham Hail, great Creator, wise and good

Gent. Mag. Hail, to the Lord's anointed

Hail ! the day that sees him rise

Wesley's Coi.
Hail, thou once despised Jesus
Happy the meek whose gentle breast

Happy the mind where graces reign

Hark! what distant music melts upon the ear
Hark! what celestial notes

Salisbury Coll.
Hark! 'tis the Saviour of mankind

J. Murray
Hark! the herald angels sing Whitfield's Coli.
Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour Rippon's Coll.
Hark! the voice of love and mercy
He dies! the friend of sinners dies Whitfield's Coll.
Heralds of creation, cry

Heavenly Father, here we bless thee
He comes : Jehovah comes to bless

He lives, the great Redeemer lives

Mrs. Steele
High let us swell our tuneful notes
How blest is man, O God

How beauteous are their feet

Watts How charmingly sounds, the word James Relly How beautiful the sight

Montgomery How amiable, how fair

do. How glorious the Lamb is seen Whitfield's Coli. How happy is the man who hears

Logan How did our hearts rejoice to hear

Watts How does my heart rejoice

Wails How gracious is our God

Doddridge How long shall death, the tyrant, reign

Walls How pleasing is the scene, how sweet Mrs. Steele How rich thy favours, God of grace Doddridge How sweetly along the gay mead Belknap's Coi. How shall we praise thy dear lov'd name Proad How large the promise, how divine

Watts How shall our feeble lips proclaim

Peacock How precious is the book divine Rippon's Coll. How rich thy gifts, almighty King

Kippis Holy, holy, holy Lord

Salisbury Coll. Hosanna to the Prince of light

House of our God, with cheerful anthems Doddridge
IF friendless in the vale of tears I stray Mrs. Barbauld
I'll praise my Maker while I've breath

Immortal Fountain of my life
Immortal God! on thee we call


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Infinite excellence is thine

Rippon's Cou. In Jesus, who was crucified

Peacock Indulgent Father, how divine

In all thy dealings, gracious God

Exeter Coll.
In glory bright the Saviour reigns
In the soft season of thy youth

Inquire, ye pilgrims, for the way

In that great day when Jesus comes
In yon blest world above

In vain opposing nations rage

Is there a lone and dreary hour
Is there on earth a nobler name

Exeter Coll.
JEHOVAH God! thy gracious power Thompson
Jehovah lives, and be his name

Jesus, all hail! thou risen Saviour, hail
Jesus, and shall it ever be
Jesus, Comforter divine

Jesus, how glorious is thy grace

James Relly
Jesus, I love thy charming name

Jesus, our triumphant Head
Jesus, the friend of man

Jesus, 'tis thine to seek

Richards Jesus, th' eternal Son of God

Gibbons Jesus, our God of truth and love

Proud Jesus! thou Sun of love divine

Proud Jesus! when faith with fixed eyes

Beddome Jesus! thou Sun of righteousness

Peacock Jesus, thy blood and righteousness Wesley's Coll. Jesus shall reign where'er the sun

Watts Join all the names of love and power

Watts Joy to the world, the Lord is come

Watts Judge me, Lord, in righteousness Montgomery KIND Lord, before thy face

LET every mortal ear attend

Let heaven and earth agree
Let pure devotion rise

Let songs of praise from all below

New Select. Life is a span, a fleeting hour

Mrs. Steele List your glad voices in triumph on high Christ. Dis. Lift up your heads, ye gates

Montgomery Living Spirits ! flames of fire

Richards Lo! God is here, let us adore

Salisbury Coll. Long have we sat beneath the sound

Watts Look round, O man! survey

this globe

Liv, old Coll. Lord of the worlds above

Watts Lord of the sabbath, hear our vows Doddridge Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear

Watts Lord, how divine thy comforts are

Watts Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing Toplady's Coll. Lord, not to earth's contracted span

Pope Lord of life, all praise excelling

Episcopal Cou.

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Lord, what was man when made at first

TVatis Lord, we would make thy word our joy

Watts Lord, what our ears have heard Salisbury Cou. Lord when our thoughts delighted rove Mrs. Steele Lo ! the man of God appointed

Richards Lo! what a glorious sight appears

Lo! what an entertaining view

Loud let the tuneful trumpet sound Doddridge
Love is the strongest tie
MAKER of earth, shall man despise D. Pickering
Mark the soft-falling snow

Mighty God, while angels bless thee Robinson
Mortals, awake, with angels join

Medley My Father, I adore

Belknap's Col. My God, the covenant of thy love

Doddridge My God, my King! O, may thy praise

Watts My God, mine everlasting hope

Watts My God, permit me not to be

My God, the visits of thy face

Mrs. Steele
My life's a shade, my days
My Maker, and my King

Mrs. Steele
My Redeemer, let me be

John Relly My soul, how lovely is the place

My soul shall bless thee, O my God Heginbotham
My Sovereign, to thy throne

NOT all the blood of beasts
Not from dark fate's relentless tomb Bristol Coll.
Not to the terrors of the Lord
Not unto us, but Thee alone

Rippon's Coll.
Now begin the heavenly theme

do. Now blessing, honour, glory, praise

Proud Now let a pure ambition rise

Doddridge Now let our voices join

do. Now let us raise our cheerful strains Mrs. Steele Now, in the face of Jesus, we

Now shall our souls with pleasure raise
Now shall my inward joys arise

Now to the Lord a noble song

Watis Now to our God a song of praise

Proud Now to our God let praises rise

Now to the God, to whom all might

Now we are met from different parts
No war nor battle's sound

Now to the God of love
O BLESS the Lord, my soul

O Christ, what gracious words

Richards O come, loud anthems let us sing

Tate O, for a thousand tongues to sing

Wesley's Col. o'! for a sweet inspiring ray O God! thou art my God alone

Montgomery Oh God! our help in ages past


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