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Come, my soul, thy suit prepare 341

Confirm the hope thy word allows 661
Constram'd by their Lord to em-
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A Believer free from care - - 442
Afflictions do not come alone - 456
Afflictions, though they seem se-
vere 421

A garden contemplation suits . 561
A glance from heav'n, with sweet

effect 550

A shelter from the rain or wind - 562

Ah! what can I do - - - - . 576

Alas! Elisha's servant crj'd ■ - 35-2

Alas ! by nature how depravM - 492

A lion, though by nature wild - 559
Almighty King! whose wondrous

hand ----...- si2

Although on massy pillars built - 533

Amazing grace! (how sweet the

sound,) 353

Approach, my soul, the mercy-

«eat 583

As birds their infant brood protect 385

As needles point towards the pole 556

-As once for Jonah, so the Lord - 388

As parched in the barren sands - 380

Assometall rock amidst the waves 439

As the serpent rais'd by Moses - 374

As the sun's enliv'ning eye - - 537

As when the weary trav'ller gains 631

A word from Jesus calms the sea 401

A worldling spent each day - . 422

Before Elijah's gate ..... 350

Begone, unbelief ...... 608

Behold the throne of grace! - - 343

Beneath the tyrant Satan's yoke 488

Beside the gospel pool - - - - 430

Bestow, dear Lord, upon ouryouth 471

Be still, my heart! these anxious

«re■ - - - 613

Bitter, indeed, the waters arc - 322

Bleak winter is subdu'd at length 495

Blinded in youth by Satan's arts 567

Breathe from the gentle soul, O

Lord 582

By various maxims, forms, and

rules 454

By faith in Christ I walk with God 310

By the poor widow's oil and meal 347

By whom was David taught ' - - 325

Cheer up, my sou], there is a mer-
cy seat -.--....

Chief shepherd of thy chosen
sheep

582

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Fix my heart and eyes on thine t

Forest beasts, that live by prey -

For mercies countless as the sands

From Egypt lately freed - . .

From pole to pole let others roam

From Sheba a distant report - -

Gladness was spread through Is-

rael's host 514

Glorious things of thee are spoken 372

Glory to God the Father's name 66S

t■od gives his mercies to be spent 568

t«od, with one piercing glance,

looks through 543

God moves in a mysterious way - 586

J■od of my life, to thee I call . - 590

Grace, triumphant in the throne 646

t■racious Lord, our children sec 475

Happy are they, to whom the

Lord --------512

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Hark, my will! it is the Ixird . 437

Hark! how time's wide-sounding

bell 467

Happv the birth where grace pre-

sides -- 683

Heal us, Immanuel, here we arc S23

Hear what God the Lord hath

spoken -- 379

Hear what the Lord, the great

Amen -------- 460

He who on earth as man was

known -----... 371

Here at Bcthesda's pool the poor 451

His master taken from his head 539

Holy Lord God! I love thy truth 636

Honour and happiness unite - - 623

Honey though the bee prepares - 368

How blest the righteous arc - • 320

How blest thy creature is, O Cod 617

How David, when by sin deceiv'd 339

How hurtful was the choice of Lot 311

How kind the good Samaritan - 415

How lost was my condition - - 375

How soon the Saviour's gracious

call 650

Hov/ sweet the name of Jesus

sounds -------- 370

How tedious and tasteless the

hours -- 358

How welcome to the saints when

press'd 510

Hungry, and faint, and poor - - 662

I am, (sailh Christ,) your glori-
ous head ------- 435

I ask'd the Lord that I might

grow 607

If for a time the air becalm - • 553
If Paul in Czsar's court must

stand -- 444

If Solomon for wisdom pray'd - 342

If the Lord our leader be - - - 316

If to Jesns for relief ----- 610

Incarnate God ihe sonl that knows 359

In ev'ry object here I sec - - - 670

In evil long; 1 took delight - - - 522

In mercy, not in wrath, rebuke - 357

In themselves as weak as worms - 526

In vain my fancy strives to paint 538

Israel in ancient days - - - - 452

I thirst, but not as once I did - - 634

I was a gruv'ling creature once - 62S

I will praise thee ev'ry day - - 371

I would, but cannot, smg - - - 446

.Jesus Christ the Lord's anointed 591

Jesus, to what didst thou submit - 429

Jesus who bought us with his Mood 485

Jesus, whose blood so freely

stream'd ....... 331

Jesus, where'er thy people mci■t 509

Jesus is mine! I'm now propar'd 664

John in a vision saw the dirt - - 544

Joy is a fruit thai will nut grow - 354

Kindle, Saviour, in my heart - - 598

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Kindred in Christ, for his dear

sake •- 536

Legion was my name by nature - 407

Let hearts and tongues unite - - 596

Let me dwell on Golgotha - - - 521

Let us adore the grace that seeks 484
Let us love, and sing, and wonder 653
Let worldly minds the world pur-
sue .... 632

Lord, my soul with pleasure

springs 022

Lord, thou hast won, at length I

yield 440

Lord, who hast auffer'd all for me 599

Lord, whatis man ! extremes how

wide 660

Manna to Israel well supply'd - 323
Martha her love and joy cxnress'd 416
Mary to her Saviour's tomb - - 456
May the grace of Christ our Sa-
viour ---.-.-- 666
Mercy, O thou Son of David! - 411
My barns are full, my stores in-
crease -------- 419

My former hopes are fled - - - 570
My God! how perfect are thy

ways! 381

My God! till I receiv'd thy stroke 381

My harpuntun'd and laid aside - 517

My song shall bless the Lord of all 502

My soul once had its plenteous

years -------- 319

My soul, this curious house of clay 540

My soul is beset ------ 580

My soul is sad and much dismay'd 591

Nay, I cannot let thee go - - - 31S

No strength of nature can suffice 634

No words can declare ----- 568

Not to Sinai's dreadful blaze - - 663

Now, gracious Lord, thine arm

reveal -------- 470

Now let us join with hearts and

tongues -------- 502

Now may fervent pray'r arise - - 472

Now may the Lord reveal his face 657

Now, Lord, inspire the preacher's

heart -------- 661

Now may He who from the dead 665

Of all the gifts thine hand bestows 652

Often thy public means of grace - 663

Oft as the bell, with solemn toll • 539

Oft as the leper's case I read - - 306

Oft in vain the voice of truth - - 469

O Cod, whose favourable e} e - - 641

O David's Son, and David's Lord 48S

O Lord, our languid souls inspire 508

O Lord, how vile am I - - - - 578

O Lord, my best desire fulfil - - 600

O thou at whose almighty word - 481

O happy they who know the Lord 511

.0 apeak that gracious word again 625

Oh! for a closer walk with God - 309
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O how I love thy holy word - -
Onee a woman silent stood - .
Once on a time a paper kite - -
Once perishing in Mood I lay - .
Once, while we aim'd at Zion's

__ to■■■. - 513

van man, m his own image made - 30r
On the same flow'r we often aee • 557
One awful word which Jeans spoke 413
One glance of thine, eternal Lord G14
One there is, above all others - 365
Oppress'd with unbelief and sins 44g
Our Lord, who knows full-well - 42S

Pensive, doubting, fearful heart -
Physician of ray sin-sick soul
Pleasing spring again j9 |lePe . .
Poor Emu repented too late - -
Puorsinners! little do they think „
Poor, weak, and worthless, though

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Prny'r an answer will obtain - -
Preachers may, from Ezekiel's

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Quiet, Lord,"my froward heart - 637

Refreshed by the bread and wine 524

Rejoiee, believer, in'the Lord - 655

Remember ns, we pray thee, Lord 662

Return to Wees my waiting eyes - 602

Safely through another week .
Salvation! what a glorious plan -
Mvm by blood, I live to tell - .
Saviour, shine and cheer mv soul
Saviour, visit thy plantation - .
See Aaron, God's anointed priest
See! another year is gone ...
8ee how rude winter's iey hand -
See! the corn again in ear ... 500
See the gloomy gathering cloud - 538
fcee, the world forjouth prepares 565
Shall men pretend to pleasure - 571
Sight, hearmg, feeling, taste, and
smell ........

Simon, beware! the Saviour said
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Smner, art thou still secure . .
Smners, hear the Saviour's call -
S■n rnslav'd me many years . .
Sin has undone our wretched race
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sometimes a light surprises - . 621 ion of God, thy people's shield - 389

oVreign grace has pow'r alone - 428

This is the feast of heav'nly wine"
Though Jericho pleasantly" stood
1 hough m the Outward church be-

low -----...

Tho' cloudy skies, and northern

*.«i^w0rd. .V"! JSl^ter^taSs;

Sweet was the time when first 1

_ felt - - 355

sweeter sounds than music knows 502

Ten thousand talents once I ow'd 6:39 That was a wonder-working word 546 That man no guard or weapon

TM. n£cd\ 360

1 he church a garden is - - . . 4*0 The God who once to Israel spbke 479 The grass,and flow'rs which clothe

the field ----... 499 The Lord, our salvation and light 50J I he Spirit breathes upon the word 527 The gath'riug clouds, with aspect

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The book of nature open lies - . 547 The moon in silver glory shone - 551 1 he moon has buta borrow'd light 552 f he ice and snow we lately saw . 555 The subtle spider often weaves - 558 The Saviour calls his people sheep 569 The water stood like walls of brass 5GS 1 he billows swell, the winds are

high

The Saviour hides his face! - .

The new-born child of gospel

grace ---.....

The Lord receives his highest praise --......

The wishes that the sluggard frames --......

The saints Immanuel's portion arc The peace which God alone reveals ........

The Father we adore ....

The castle of the human heart .
The evils that beset our path - .
The kine unguided went - . .
The Lord will happiness divine .
The Lord proclaims his grace
abroad ........

The lion that on Samson roaPd -
The manna, favout-M Israel's meat
The message first to Smyrna sent 454
The prophet,' sons, in times of old 351
The Sa■iour! what a noble flame
The saints should never be dis-
may'd ----....

The Shunamitc, oppress'd with

grief

The signs which God to Gibeon gave

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fear 603

Thus saith the Lord to EphcBua - 457

Thus saiththe Holy Oneand True 459 Thy mansion is the Christian's

heart 412

Thy message, by the preacher,

teal 490

Thy promise, Lord, and thy command - 661

Time, with an unweary'd hand - 464

Time, by moments, steals away - 466

'Tis a point I long to know - - 437

'Tis my happiness below - - - 587 'Tis past,—the dreadful stormy

night 591

To keep the lamp alive .... 645

To tell the Saviour all my wants 620

To thee our wants are known - 666 To those who know the Lord, I

speak 584

Too many, Lord, abuse thy grace 044

Unbelief the soul dismays - - - 612

Uncertain how the way to find - 606

Unless the Lord Had been my stay 593

Wearied by day with toils and

cares -------- 535

We seek a rest beyond the skies Gfi4

What a mournful life is mine - - 363

What contradictions meet - - - 489 What thousands never knew the

road! .- - - 644

What think you of Christ! is the

test 403

What various hindran ces we meet 525

When Adam fell he quickly lost - 308 When first to make my heart his

own --------- 335

When first my soul enlisted - - 337

When Hannah press'd with grief 334 When Jesus claims the sinner's

heart 398

, When Joseph his brethren beheld 320

AVhen Israel, by divine command 523 When Israel's tribes were parch'd

with thirst 448

When Israel heard the fiery law - 326

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Whenlarael wasfrom Egypt freed 361

When Joshua, by God's command 330

AVhen Peter boasted, soon-he fell 406

When sinners utter boasting words 393

When thedisciplescross'dthe lake 410

When the apostle wonders wrought 443

When descending from the sky - 404

When any turn from Zion's way . 434

When the bdovM disciple took - 461 When Peter through the tedious

night 473

When Moses wavM his mystic rod 478 When Paul was parted from his

friends 491

When on the cross my Lord I see 5 IS When the sun, with cheerful

beams -------- 548

When ablack o'erspreading cloud 549 When slumber seals our weary

eyes --------- 564

When darkness long has veil'd my

mind 594

When my pray'rs are a burden

and task ------- 596

When my Saviour, ray Shepherd,

is near ------- 601

When the poor pris'ner thro' a *

grate 605

When the wounded spirit hears - 629

When Hagarfound the bottle spent 630 While with ceaseless course the sun 463

While Joshua led the armed bands 531

While I liv'd without the Lord - 627 Why should I fear the darkest

hour 619

With Satan, my accuser near - 390

Winter has a joy for me - - - 654 With Israel's God who can compare 664

Write to Sardis, saith the Lord • 459

Ye saints on earth, ascribe with

heav'n's high host - - - - 668

Ye sonsot" earth prepare the plough 399

Yes! since God himself has said it 624

Zaccheua elimb'd the tree - - - 424 Zeal is that pure and heav'nly

flame 642

Zion! the city of our God - - - 487

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