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FIRST LINES OF THE PSALMS AND HYMNS.

In giving the names of the authors, it should be stated that many of

the psalms and hymns have undergone alteralions in the hands of different compilers; and that, in some of them, but few of the original features remain. In this collection, many alterations have been adopted, and other alterations made. Those which were written or translated for this work, or which are now first introduced into such a collection, are marked thus *. Those which are supposed to have been original in the former collection used in the West Church, or to have then been first introduced into such a work, are marked thus t.

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Affliction's faded form draws nigh,

Drummond. Again the Lord of light and life,

Mrs Barbauld. All earthly charms, however dear, Rev. H. Moore. All-knowing God ! 'tis thine to know,

J. Scott. All nature dies, and lives again, Edinburgh Collection. Almighty God! before whose throne, Liverpool R. S. Coll. Almighty God! in prayer to thee, Liv. R. S. Coll. Almighty God! thy powerful word,

Exeter Coll. Almighty Maker God!

Watts.
Amidst a world of hopes and fears, Rev. H. Moore.
And wilt thou, great and gracious God! Dabney's Coll.
Angel, roll the rock away!

I. Scott.
Another day of life is gone,
Another fleeting day is gone,

Collyer.
Another six days' work is done,

Stennet.
Arise, and hail the happy day,
As body, when the soul has fled,

Drummond.
As the good shepherd gently leads,

Pope's Coll. As the sweet flower that scents the morn, Belfast Coll. As various as the moon,

Watts. Author of good! to thee I turn,

Merrick. Author of lite and bliss!.

Evang. Luth. Coll. Awake, my heart, and sing the praise, }

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raise, German, by G.B. Awake, my soul, and with the sun,

Kenn. Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyes, Mrs Barbauld. Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve, Doddriuge.

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Awake, my soul, to hymns of praise,

Merrick.
Awake, our drowsy souls,

Rippon's Coll.
Awake, our souls! away our fears !

Watts.
Before Jehovah's awful throne,

Watts.
Begin, my soul, th' exalted lay,

Ogilvie.
Behold th' amazing sight,'

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

Enfield.
Beset with snares on every hand,

Doddridge.
Bless'd hour! when virtuous friends shall meet,

S Liv.P.

l, S.Coll.
Bless'd Jesus, how divinely bright,-
Bless'd is the man who fears the Lord, Exeter Coll.
Biest are the humble souls that see,

Watts.
Blest who the fellowship of sin,

Liv. R. S. Coll.
Can creatures to perfection find,

Waits.
Christ, the Lord, is risen to day,

Wesley.
Come, let us join our cheerful songs,

Watts.
Come, said Jesus' sacred voice,

Ars Barbauld.
Come to the house of prayer,

Liv. R. S. Coll.
Come, weary souls, with sin distress'd, Mrs Steele.
Eat, drink, in memory of your friend, Dublin Coll.
Eternal and immortal King,

Doddridge.
Eternal God! almighty cause,

Browne.
Eternal God! how frail is man!
Eternal Power ! whose high abode,

Watts.
Eternal Source of every joy!

Doddridge.
Eternal Source of life and thought !

Doddridge.
Eternal Source of life and light!

Cappe's Select.
Eternal Wisdom ! thee we praise,

Watts.
Faint not, poor traveller! tho' thy way, * Christ. Disciple.
Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss, Salisbury Coll.
Father, and is thy table spread ?

Doddridye.
Father divine ! before thy view,

J, Taylor.
Father divine ! the Saviour cried,

Doddridge.
Father divine ! thy piercing eye,

Doddridge.
Father of all! thy care we bless,

Doadridge.
Father of light! conduct my feet,

Smart.
Father of light! my footsteps guide,

J. Scott.
Father of light! we sing thy name,

Doddridge.
Father of mercies! God of love!

Heginbotham.
Father of mercies ! in thy word,

Mrs Steele.
Father of our feeble race !

Mrs Barbauld.
Far from mortal cares retreating,

J. Taylor.
Far from these scenes of night,

Mrs Steele.
Far from the world, O Lord! I fee,

Cowper.
Fountain of blessing ! ever bless'd,
Frail life of man! how short its stay, Rev. H. Moore.
From north and south, from east and west, Butcher.
From this world's joys and senseless mirth, Bouden.

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Glory be to God on high!

J. Taylor.
Glory to God who dwells on high ! *

G. B.
Glory to thee, my God! this night,

Kenn.
God in his earthly temples lays,

Watts.
God moves in a mysterious way,

Corper.
God of eternity from thee,

Doddridge.
God of mercy! God of love !

J. Taylor.
God of my life! through all its days,

Doddridge.
God of our lives ! our thanks to thee,

Browne.
God of the morning! at whose voice,

Watis.
God reigns ! events in order flow,

J. Scott.
Great Author of all nature's frame !

J. Scott.
Great Cause of all things ! Source of life!

Dyer.
Greatest of Beings ! Source of life!

Dyer.
Great First of beings ! mighty Lord !

Browne.
Great Framer of unnumbered worlds !

Dyer.
Great God ! at whose all powerful call, Gent. Mag.
Great God! beneath whose piercing eyes,

Roscoe.
Great God! how vast is thine abode!

Jervis.
Great God! in vain man's narrow view,

Kippis.
Great God! let all our tuneful powers, Heginbotham.
Great God! my Father and my Friend, Ex. Coll.
Great God! the heavens' well order'd frame, Watts.
Great God! to thee my all I owe,
Great God! we sing that mighty hand, Doddridge.
Great God! what rich provision 's made,
Great God! whose all pervading eye
Great Ruler of all nature's frame!

Doddridge.
Great Ruler of the earth and skies !

Mrs Steele.
Great Source of life ! our souls confess, Doddridge.

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Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews,

Watts.
Hail Great Creator! wise and good,

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

Montgomery.
Happy the meek whose gentle heart,

J. Scott.
Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound,

Watts.
Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour comes! Doddridge.
Hark! 'tis our heavenly Leader's voice, Doddridge.
Hark! what celestial notes,

Salisbury Coll.
Hear, O my God! in mercy hear,
Hear, O ye dead! awake! arise !

Rev H. Moore,
Hear what God, the Lord, hath spoken,

Couper.
Hear what the voice from heaven proclains, Watts.
Heavenly Father! gracious name! Doddridge, in part.
Heralds of salvation ! cry,

Montgomery.
Here busy life, here pleasure ends,
Holy, Holy, Holy Lord !

· Salisbury Coll.
Hosanna ! let us join and sing,

Butcher.
How are thy servants blest, O Lord !

Addison
How bless'd the sacred tie that binds, Mrs Barbauld,

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How eagerly do men pursue,

Watts.
How happy is be born and taught, Sir H. Wotton.
How long shall dreams of earthly bliss, Doddridge.
How many millions draw their breath,

J. Scott.
How precious, Lord! thy holy word,

Watts.
How still and peaceful is the grave! Edinburgh Coll.
How swift the torrent rolls,

Duddridge.
How vain are all things here below!

Watts.
How vast is the tribute I owe!

Jarvis.
If high, or low, our station be,

J. Scott.
If Providence, to try my heart,
I hear the voice of woe!

J. Scott.
I'll bless Jehovah's glorious name!

Miss Daye.
I'l praise my Maker whilst I've breath,

Waits.
Imposture shrinks from light,

J. Scott.
In all thy dealings, gracious God,

Exeter Coll.
Indulgent God! with pitying eye,

Doddridge.
In glad amazement, Lord! I stand,

Doddridge.
In sleep's serene oblivion laid,

Hawkesworth.
In the soft season of thy youth,

Gibbons.
Jehovah, God! thy gracious power,

Thomson.
Jehovah reigns ! let every nation hear, Mrs Barbauld.
Jesus, our triumphant head,
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun,

Watts.
Keep silence, all created things !

Watts.
Lauded be thy name for ever!

Hogg
Let coward guilt, with pallid fear,

Mrs Carler.

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Let one loud song of praise arise,

by Roscoe.
Let party names no more,

Beddome.
Let songs of praise from all below,

New Select
Let the whole race of creatures lie,

Watis
Life is a span, a fleeting hour,

Mrs Steele.
Life is the time to serve the Lord,

Watts, in part.
Lift your glad voices in triumph on high, Christ. Disciple.
Lift your voice, and joyful sing,

Merrick.
Like shadows gliding o'er the plain,

J. Taylor.
Lo! God is here, let us adore,

Salisbury Coll.
Lo! I behold the scattered shades,

Watts.
Long have I sat beneath the sound,

Watts.
Lord ! before thy presence come,

Daddridge.
Lord ! dismiss us with thy blessing, Toplady's Coll.
Lord of life! all praise excelling,
Lord of the Sabbath! hear our vows,

Doddridge.
Lord of the worlds above !

Walts.
Lord of the world's majestic frame !

Jervis.
Lord ! thou art good, all nature shows,

Browne,
Lord! we adore thy wondrous name,

Doddridge
Lord! when our raptur'd thought surveys, Mrs Steele.
Lord ! who's the happy man that may, Tate and Brady.
Low at thy gracious feet I bend,

Mrs Steele.

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