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Page C. Wesley, 88 Moravian, 243

- - 76 Doddridge, 257 - - 123 321

Moravian, 142 Newton, 323 C. Wesley, 61 Browne, 261 C., Wesley, 65 Moravian, 286 . M. 383 Watts, 904 Kelly, 815 Watts, 122 C. Wesley, 90 C. Wesley, 122 C. Wesley, 285 C. Wesley, 285 C. Wesley, 121 Noel, 319 . M. 429 C. Wesley, 204 Beddome, 363 Beddome, 322 - 196 Cawood, 62 Moravian, 220 Bp. Heber, 267

- - 131 Hawkesworth, 217 Newton, 259

C. Wesley, 54

. Bickersteth, 233

Green, 320

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Lamb of God, who Thee receive, - - Moravian,
Leader of faithful souls, and guide, , . - -
Let others boast how strong they be, . - Watts,
Let party names no more, . - - . Beddom',
Let sinners boast of kindred joys, - - Beddome,
Let songs of praises fill the sky, . - Cotterill,
“Let there be light:” thus späke the Word, - M.
Let us with a gladsome mind, - - - Milton,
Less than the least of all, - - - - M.
Lo, He comes, with clouds descending, - Olivers,
Long have I seem'd to serve Thee, Lord, . C. Wesley,
Long I strove my God to love, - - . Moravian,
Lord God, the Holy Ghost, - - - - +
Lord, how delightful 'tis to see, - - - Watts,
Lord, I am Thine, but Thou wilt prove, - . Watts,
Lord, I believe a rest remains, - - - -
Lord of the worlds above, . - - Doddridge,
Lord of Hosts, to Thee we raise, - - - M.
Lord of my life, O may thy praise, - Mrs. Steele,
Lord of the harvest, God of grace, - - -
Lord of the Sabbath, hear us pray, - Doddridge,
Lord of the wide extended main, - - C. Wesley,
Lord, teach us how to pray aright, . - - ... .o.
Lord, Thou hast search'd and seen me through, Watts,
Lord, when we search the human heart, - - M.

Love divine, all love excelling,

Love suffers long, love envies not, . - -
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Man of sorrows, and acquainted, ". - Moravian,
Mark the soft falling snów, - - Doddridge,
Mark'd as the purpose of the skies, . Christian Observer,
May I throughout this day of thine, - C. Wesley,
Mercy alone can meet my case, - - M.
Messiah, full of grace, - - - C. Wesley,
Met around the sacred tomb, . - - Latrobe,
Mistaken souls that dream of heaven, . - Watts,

My blessed Saviour, is thy love, - - -

My dear Redeemer, and my Lord, - - Watts,
My faith shall triumph o'er the grave, - . Watts,
My few revolving years, . - - Beddome,
My God, I humbly call Thee mine, - - -
My God, I now from sleep awake, - - Bp. Kenn,

My God, my life, my love, - - - Watts,
My God, the spring of all my joys, - - . Watts,
My gracious Lord, I own thy right, - Doddridge,
My Saviour dear, Thou for my good, - Moravian,
My Saviour from the wrath to come, . . C. Wesley,
My song shall bless the Lord of all, - - Cowper,
My soul before Thee prostrate lies, . - Moravian,
My soul, through my Redeemer's care, . C. Wesley,

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Our hearts are fasten’d to the world,
Our heavenly Father, hear,
Our heavenly Father's piercing eye,
Our joy is a created good,
Our Master, Jesus, reign'd above,
Our soul shall magnify the Lord,
O when wilt Thou my Saviour be,

O where shall rest be found, . -

O where is now that glowing love,

O wonder far exceeding, - -
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Safely through another week,
Salvation, O the joyful sound,
Satan, the world, and sin, -
Saviour, when o involves the skies,
Saviour, who ready art to hear,
Say what is this I feel, . -
Say, who shall God's elect condemn,
See how great a flame aspires,
See the leaves around us falling,
See the vineyard lately planted,
See, world, upon the shameful tree,
Servant of God, well done, - -
Shall foolish, weak, short-sighted man
Shall I, for fear of feeble man, . -
She saw, she took, she ate, -
Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive,
Sin has a thousand treacherous arts,
Sing hallelujah, praise the Lord,
Sing to the Lord, ye heavenly hosts,
Sing we the song of those who stand,
Sing, ye redeemed of the Lord,

Sinners of Adam's fallen race, -

Sinners, turn, why will ye die,
Soldiers of Christ, arise, -
ongs of praise the angels sang,

on shall this earthly frame dissolved,

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rereign of life, before thine eye,
vereign Ruler of the skies,

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Spirit of power and might, behold, - - M. 449
Spirit of truth, come down, - - - - 163
Stand the omnipotent decree, - - C. Wesley, 269
Stand up and bless the Lord, . - - - M. 453
Stay, Thou insulted Spirit, stay, - - C. Wesley, 146
Stay, thou too happy sinner, stay, - - C. Wesley, 121
Still for thy loving-kindness, Lord, - C. Wesley, 283
Summon'd my labour to renew, - - C. Wesley, 195
Sweet Jesu, when I think on Thee, - St. Bernard, 294
Sweet is the task, my God and King, - . Watts, 226
Sweet the moments, rich in blessing, - - Balty, 249
Sweet was the journey to the sky, - - Watts, 60
Swift as the arrow cuts its way, . - - Clarke, 258
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That I am thine, my Lord and God, . - Gambold, 161
That we may walk with God, - - . Beddome, 94
The children's angels always view, . - - M. 489
The Christian warrior, see him stand, . - . M. 415
The cross, the cross, O that's my gain, . . Moravian, 248
The days and years of time are fled, - - † 43:
The days of Paradise were few, . - - M. 447
The fountain, in its source, - . Madame Guion, 326
The gathering clouds, with aspect dark, . - Newton, 353
The glorious universe around, - - - M. 392
* The God of Abraham praise, . - - Olivers, 376
The God of nature and of grace, - - - M. 425
The harvest of my joys is past, . - . C. Wesley, 87
The heathen perish, day by day, #. 448

The King of heaven his table spreads, . . Doddridge, 232
The Lord declares his will, - - . Watts, 335
The Lord into his vineyard comes, - - -
The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know, - M. 68

The Lord is risen indeed, - - - . . . Kelly, 253
The Lord of earth and sky, - - - C. Wesley, 241
The Lord of Sabbath let us praise, . - S. Wesley, 227
The Lord shall come, the earth shall quake, . Bp. Heber, 268
The Lord will happiness divine, - - Cowper, 822
The men who slight thy faithful word, . . C. Wesley, 87
The morning dawns upon the place, M. 405

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The morning flowers display their sweets, . S. Wesley, ;
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The praying Spirit breathe, - - -

The promises i sing, - Doddridge, 329
The pure and peaceful mind, - - M. 488
The race that long in darkness pined, - 7:
he rush may rise where waters flow, - - --
Ihe saints on earth, and those above, - C. Wesley, 236
The Saviour calls, let every ear, . - Mrs. Steele, 134
The scene around me disappears, - - - M. 402
The sentence ioass'd on Adam's race, - C. Wesley, 125
The sins of youth and age, - - - Beddome, 145
The stacious firmament on high, . - . Addison, 66
re. Spirit breathes upon the word, - - Cowper, 323

The swift not always in the race, . - - - 78

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