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Man has a soul of vast desires,

Watts.
Mark the soft falling snow,

Doddride.
My dear Redeemer and my Lord !

Watts.
My Father! cheering name!

Mrs Steele:
My God! all nature owns thy sway! Miss Williams.
My God! how endless is thy love!

Watts.
My God! I thank thee; may no thought,
My God! my King! thy various praise,

Watts.
My God! permit me not to be,

Watts.

S * From the German,
My God! the sovereign of my will, 3"

by G. B.
My God! the visits of thy face,

Mrs Steele.
My God! thy boundless love I' praise, Rev. H. Moore.
My God! thy service well demands,

Doddridge.
My God! whene'er my longing heart,

Mrs Steele.
My heart and all my ways, O God!

Arbuckle.
My soul ! forbear on transient things,

Browne.
My soul, inspired with sacred love, Tate and Brady.
My soul, praise the Lord !

Park.
My soul shall bless thee, O my God! Heginbotham.
Náked as from the earth we came,

Watts.
No change of times shall ever shock Tate and Brady.
Not he whose baseless hope relies,

Butcher,
No war, nor battle's sound, Altd fr. Milton, by Dr Gardiner.
Now winter throws his icy chains,

Mrs Steele.
O bow thine ear, Eternal ONE! *

Pierpont.
0! come, and sing your Maker's name, }
sine your Maker's namo S From the Ger-

man, by S. G.
O! come, loud anthems let us sing, Tate and Brady.
O! could I soar to worlds above,

Proud.
O'er mountain tops, the mount of God, Scotch paraphrases.
O Father! though the anxious fear, Liverpool R, S. Coll.
Of mortal life, how short the date,

Merrick
Of old, O God! thine own right hand, * Montgomery.
O God of Bethel' by whose hand,

Doddridge.
O God! our Father and our King, Salisbury Coll.
O God! our help in ages past,

Watts.
O God! thou Spirit, just and wise.

Watts.
O God! to thee my sinking soul, Liverpool Par. S. Coll.
O God! we praise thee, and confess,

Patrick.
O here, if ever, God of love !

Miss E. Taylor.
0! let your mingling voices rise, Liverpool R. S. Coll.
O Lord ! my best desires fulfil, Cowper and Mrs Steele.
O Lord ! our fathers oft have told, Tate and Brady.
Once more, my soul, the rising day,

Watis.
On thee, each morning, O my God!

Gent. Mag
O praise ye the Lord! prepare a new song, Doddridge.
O praise ye the Lord! prepare your glad voice, Clarke.
0! render thanks to God above,

Tale and Brady.
O! shun in youth, the thoughtless throng, * Bancroft.

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O sing to the Lord a new song!

J. Taylor.
O source of uncreated light !

Dryden.
O Thou! before whose gracious throne, Rippon's Coll.
O Thou ! the first, the greatest Friend!

Burns.
O Thou ! the wretched's sure retreat, Mrs Carter.
0 Thou! through all thy works ador'd,

Enfield.
O Thou! to whom all creatures bow, Tate and Brady.
O Thou ! who art above all height ! *

Pierpont.
O Thou ! whose mercy hears,

Mrs Sleele.
O Thou ! whose power o'er moving worlds presides,Johnson
Our Father ! high enthroned above,
Our Father! throned above the sky,

J. Scott.
Our Lord is risen from the dead, Edward Taylor.
O ye immortal throng!

Doddridge.
O ye who seek Jehovah's face !

J. Taylor.
Parent of good! thy works of might,

Fawcett.
Perpetual Source of light and grace ! Doddridge.
Praise, everlasting praise, be paid,

Watts.
Praise, O praise, the name divine,

Merrick
Praise to God, the great Creator !

J. Taylor.
Praise to thy name, Eternal God!

Doddrdige.
Praise ye the Lord ! let praise employ, Mrs Steele.
Praise ye the Lord ! O let the grateful song
Raise your triumphant songs,

Watts.
Rejoice! the Lord is King,

J. Taylor.
Remark, my soul, the narrow bounds, Doddridge.
Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings,
Sages of ancient lettered times !

J. Scott.
See how he loved ! exclaimed the Jews, Exeter Coll.
See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand,

Doddridge.
Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyes,
Show pity, Lord! O Lord, forgive,

Watts.
Sleep, sleep to-day, tormenting cares,

Barbauld.
Soft are the fruitful showers that bring, Rev. H Moore.
So pass our fleeting years away,
Sovereign Lord of light and glory!

Exeter Coll.
Supreme and universal Light !

Rev. H. Moore.
Sweet is the friendly voice that speaks,

Jerris.
Sweet is the scene when virtue dies,
Sweet is the work, my God! my King !

Watts.
Teach me the measure of my days,

Watts.
Thanks be to God, the Lord,

Drummond.
That awful hour will soon appear,

Mrs Steele.
That man, in life, wherever plac'd,

Burns.
That man is bless'd who stands in awe, Tate and Brady.
The day approaches, O my soul !

Doddridge.
The earth and all the heavenly frame,

Gibbons.
The evils that beset our path,

Olney Hymns.
The gracious Saviour bow'd his head
The God of love, will sure indulge, t

Fawcelt.

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The heaven of heavens cannot contain,

Drennan. 95
The hour of my departure's come,

340
The Lord descended from above,

T. Sternhold. 102
The Lord himself, the mighty Lord, Tale and Brady. 21
The Lord-how tender is his love!

Darwin. 183
The Lord is my shepherd, no want shall I know, * Montgomery 83
The Lord my pasture shall prepare,

Addison. 129
The Lord our God is full of might,

H. K White. 116

From the German
The Lord our God 's a stable tower, * 3
Oru our cou sa stable tower,

285

Sof Luther by G. B.
The mighty God who rolls the spheres, J. Taylor. 137
The morning flowers display their sweets, C. Wesley.

323
There is a glorious world on high,

Mrs Steele. 355
There is a God, all nature speaks,

Mrs Steele. 109
The short liv'd day declines in haste,

E.reter Coll. 316
• The spacious firmament on high,

Addison.
The traveller lost in night,

Mrs Steele. 272
Thine influence, mighty God! is felt. Salisbury Coll. 82
This child we dedicate to thee, * From the German, by S.G. 225
:This feast was Jesus' high behest,

s Select. 298
This is the day the Lord hath made,

Watts. 212
Thou art, O God! the life and light,

Moore. 111
Thou didst, О mighty God! exist,

Rowe. 104
Though earthly shepherds dwell in dust, Doddridge. 332
Though nature's voice you must obey, Mrs Steele. 329
Though suffering virtue may complain,

181
Thou great and sacred Lord of all!

296
Thou, Lord! by mortal eyes unseen,

Mason. '219
Thou, Lord ! by strictest search hast known, Tate f. Brady.
Thou, Lord ! 'through every changing scene, Doddridge. 36
Thou refuge of my weary soul!

Mrs Steele. 208
Thou sacred Power in heaven above !

266
Thou vain, intruding world, depart!

Mrs Steele. 217
Thou, who sittest enthroned above,

Sandys. 174
Thrice happy men, who, born from heaven, Doddridge.

293
Through all the changing scenes of life, Tate and Brady. 24
Through all the various, shifting scenes, Liv. Old Coll.

177
Th’ uplifted eye and bended knee,

J. Scott. ''85
Thy dreadful power, Almighty God!

Byles. 196
Thy hand unseen sustains the poles,

Watts.

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Thy mercy, Lord ! our only hope, Tate and Brady. 25
Thy names, how infinite they be !

Walls.

102
Thy presence, ever-living God!

Doddridge.
Time, time, liow few thy value weigh !

'J. Scott. 319
'Tis mercy calls, a tribute bring,

Williams' Coll. 198
To be resigned when ills betide,

Cotton. 311
To God, the mighty Lord!

Tate and Brady. 52
To Thee let my first offerings rise, t

Drennan. 156
Tafhee, o God ! my days are known,

Doddridge.
To ar Creator God,

Mrs Sleele. 118

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'Twas on that dark and doleful night,

Watts.
Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb,

Watts.
Upward we lift our eyes,
Vital spark of heavenly flame!

Pope.
Was pride, alas, e'er made for man?
Weary of these low scenes of night,

Mrs Steele.
We sing of God, the mighty Source,

Smart.
We sing th' almighty power of God,

Watts.
What image does my spirit bear ?

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What pleasure, Lord ! thy house attends,

Watts.
What seraph of celestial birth,

Tate and Brady.
What shall we render, bounteous Lord,
What works of wisdom, power, and love, Butcher.
When Abram, full of sacred awe,
When all thy mercies, O my God!

Addison.
When, as returns this solemn day, Mrs Barbauld..
When blooming youth is snatched away,
When darkness long has veiled my mind, Cowper
When gloomy thoughts and boding fears, Mrs Steele.
When Israel of the Lord beloved, * Sir Walter Scott ?
When life's tempestuous storms are o'er,
When power divine in mortal form, * Sir J. E. Smith.
When rising from the bed of death,

Addison.
When we, our weary limbs to rest, Tate and Brady.
Wherefore should man, frail child of clay, Enfield.
Wherewith shall I approach the Lord, t.

Browne.
While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night, Patrick.
While some in folly's pleasures roll,

Cotton.
While sounds of war are heard around,

Aiken.
While there I seek, protecting Power, Miss Wiliiams.
While, with ceaseless course the sun, Olney Hymns.
Who gave the sun his noon-day light?

Roscoe.
With one consent let all the earth, Tate and Brady.
With sacred joy we list our eyes,

Jerris.
With songs and honours sounding loud,

Walts.
Why do we waste on trifling cares,

Doddriilge.
Why should the worlds alluring toys,

Mrs Steele.
Why weep for those, frail child of woe,
Ye boundless realms of joy,

Watts.
Ye followers of the Prince of peace, Birmingham Coll.
Ye humble souls who seek the Lord,

Doddridge.
Ye mourning sinners here disclose,
Ye sons of men in sacred lays,

Pope's Coll.
Yes, the Redeemer rose,

Doddridge.
Yes, there's a better world on high,
Yet a few years, or days, perhaps,

Hawkesworlh.
Ye weak inhabitants of clay,

Doddridge.
Ye works of God, in him alone,

Merick.
Yon glorious orbs that gild tủe sky, Liv. P. S. Coll.

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TO THE

SUBJECTS OF THE PSALMS AND HYMNS.

PSA L M S. INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC WORSHIP, AND GENERAL

PRAISE 15, 84, 92, 106, 1-8, 150. GOD. Self-existence 86. Eternity 90. Greatness 145. Divine

sovereignty 89, 95. Power and goodness 106, 136; in the storm 104. Omnipresence and omniscience 36, 139. Th e works and word of God 19, 119. Perfections and Providence 5, 18, 23, 36, 90, 120, 147. Condescension 8. The author of our comforts and

hopes 116, 139. Mercy of God 103. Trust in God 18, 23, 34. MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS. Man's unworthiness 139. Pen

itence 51, 139, 2d pait. Light and guidance implored 17, 19. Intercession for the thoughtless 119. Benefit of affliction 119. Frailty of' man 39, 90, 103. Happiness of the righteous 1, 15,

17, 34, 36, 112; and misery of the wicked 1. OCCASIONAL. Morning 19, and evening 5, 145. Prayer for de

liverance and the restoration of God's favour in time of public calamity 44, 80.

HYMNS. INTRODUCTION AND CLOSE OF WORSHIP, 1–32, 152. GENERAL PRAISE, 32–36, 47, 50_65, 113, 114. GOD, Incomprehensible 37, 38. Faith in God 39. Greatness and

majesty of God 40, 41, 62. Eternity, immensity, and unchangeableness 42–44. His power, wisdom, and goodness manifested in his works 46—65, 69. Power and dominion 66-68. Omnipresence 70, 71. Providence 70—112. Gratitude to God 81–88, 102, 112, 113, 134. Goodness in the seasons 104-108. Mystery and benignity of his providence 115. Our portion in life appointed by him 116–119. His appointments justified 120, 144-149. Praise in prosperity and adversity 121–124. Fear of God 125, 126. Trust and confidence in him 126-143; in time of danger 135, 136, 139. The source of consolation and health 137, 138. The Hearer of prayer 206. God is love 143. Just and wise in afflictive appointments 117, 144-149. The refuge of the afflicted 145, 147, 149. The source of light and comfort 150. Care of his ancient people 190.

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