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REV. S. FLOOD JONES, M.A.
DALTON AND LUCY,
Booksellers to the Queen and to the Prince of W
28, COCKSPUR STREET, CHARING CROSS.
The following Hymns have been selected for the use of congregations in which the Collection of the late Rev. W. J. Hall is still retained. No Hymns, therefore, which appear in that Collection will be found in this.
Next to the Bible and the Prayer Book, the Hymn Book has so often proved the most useful and welcome Companion of the Sick Room, that a few Hymns have been admitted into these pages, more ritable for private than for public use.
THE CLOISTERS, WESTMINSTER ABBEY,
Abide with me, fast falls the Eventide
A few more years shall roll
Alleluia, Song of Gladness . .
Another year has now begun . . .
Around the Throne of God a band .
As with gladness men of old .
Bread of Heaven on Thee we feed . .
Brief life is here our portion .
Brightest and best of the Sons of the Morning
Christian seek not yet repose .
Christ whose glory fills the skies .
Eternity, Eternity . . . . .
Fair is the heavenly land we seek ..
Father I know that all my life. .
For ever with the Lord. . . .
For thee O dear, dear Country . .
Forth from the dark and stormy sky . .
God that madest Earth and Heaven .
God the Son, our Teacher is . ..
Hail the day that sees Him rise. .
Hark, a thrilling voice is sounding ..
Hark, what mean those holy voices.
Haste my soul, thy God adore.
Heavenly Father send Thy blessing ..
Here all is strife and war. .
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty .
How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds
Holiest, breathe an Evening blessing . .
I lay my sing on Jesus
In the hour of trial.
Jerusalem the Golden
Jesus calls us o'er the tumult .
Jesus lives, no longer now. . .
Josu week and gentle
Jesus my Advocate in Heaven. .
Jesus whene'er Thy people meet
Just as I am, without one plea .
Lead kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom .
Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us ..
Let me be with Thee, where Thou art .
Look ye saints, the sight is glorious.
Lord, for Thy tender mercies' sake-Anthem 1, p. 83
Lord God the Holy Ghost . .
Lord, in this Thy mercy's day ..
Lord of the Light, this day our Guardian be
Lord of the Harvest, once again
Lord, Thy children guide and keep .
Lord, Thy glory fills the Heaven .
Lord, Thy solemn Passion past
Lord Thy Word abideth. ..
Lord, when before Thy throne we meet
Lord who didst Thy Prophets teach.
Love is kind, and suffers long •
Lo! when the Spirit of our God
Members of Christ are we .
My God, my Father while I stray
My times are in Thy Hand :
Nearer my God to Thee .
New every morning is the love
O come all ye faithful
O Day of rest and gladness
Oh! loud are the strains. .
0 let him whose sorrow . .
O Lord how happy should we be
O Lord of Heaven and Earth and Sea
O Lord my God-Anthem 2, p. 83
O Lord, the uncreated Light .
O Love, who formedst me to wear .
One by one the sands are flowing .
O Paradise, O Paradise . .
O what if we are Christ's . .
Pilgrim bend thy footsteps on.
Praise my soul the King of Heaven
Return 0 wanderer to thy Home
Saviour abide with us :
Saviour sprinkle many nations .
See He comes, whom every nation .
Shine on me Lord, this night impart.
Songs of praise the angels sang. .
Sovereign Ruler of the skies .
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear .
Sweet Saviour, bless us e'er we go
That Holy Rite, that solemn vow
The Cross, it takes our guilt away
There is a blessed Home. ..
There is a Book, who runs may read . .
The roseate hues of early dawn . .
The saints on Earth and those above.
The Son of God goes forth to war .
The voice of Jesus speaks to thee ..
Thine for ever! God of love
This is the Day of Light ..
Thou art gone up on high. .
Thou, whose Almighty Word .
Through the day, Thy love hath spared us.
Thy way, not ours, o God
Tomorrow, Lord is thine . . . . ...
We love the place, O God.
When our heads are bowed with woe. ..
When this passing world is done .
Where high the Heavenly Temple stands.
Who are these like stars appearing . .