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Great God! at whose all-powerful call Gent. Mag. 431 Great God! beneath whose piercing eye fRoscoe. 430 Great God, how infinite art thou

Watts. 185 Great God, how vast is thine abode

Jervis. 187 Great God ! in vain man's narrow view Kippis. 186 Great God ! let all our tuneful powers Heginbotham. 432 Great God! my Father and my Friend tExeter Coll. 188 Great God of grace! arise and shine Needham. 189 Great God! the followers of thy Son H. Ware, * Jr. 433 Great God! the heaven's well ordered frame Watts.. 41 Great God! thine attributes divine

Jervis. 191 Great God ! this sacred day of thine Mrs. Steele. 42 Great God ! to thee our grateful tongues Flexman. 190 Great God ! we sing that mighty hand Doddridge. 434 Great God! whose all-pervading eye

Watts. 192 Great God! whose universal


Watts. 193 Great Lord of all things, Power Liverpool Coll. 435 Great Lord of angels! we adore Doddridge. 436 Great Lord of earth, and seas, and skies Browne. 194 Great Ruler of all nature's frame Doddridge. 195 Great Ruler of the earth and skies Mrs. Steele. 437 Great Source of life ! our souls confess Doddridge. 196 Great Source of unexhausted good tExeter Coll. 438 Greatest of beings ! Source of life Dyer. 39 Greatest of beings ! Source of good Phila. Select. 428



, great Creator, wise and good, Gent. Mag. 43 Hail, love divine ! joys ever new

Blacklock. 197 Happy is he whose early years

Watts. 439 Happy the man whose wishes climb Mrs. Steele. 198 Happy the meek, whose gentle breast Scott. 199 Happy the unrepining poor

200 Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour Doddridge. 201 Hear, Lord! the song of praise and

Cowper. 440 Hear, o ye dead! awake, arise Rev. H. Moore. 202 Hear what God, the Lord hath spoken

Cowper. 203

Hear what the voice from heaven

Watts. 2045 He dies, the Friend of sinners dies

Watts. 441* High in the heavens, eternal God

Watts. 440 Holy, holy, holy Lord

Salisbury Coll. : 45 Hosanna! let us join to sing

Butcher. 206 House of our God, with cheerful Doddridge. 443 How are thy servants blessed, O Lord Addison. 205 How blessed is man, O God

Cowper. 207 How blessed the sacred tie that binds Mrs. Barbauld. 208 How gracious is our God

Doddridge. 209 How happy is he born and taught Sir H. Wotton. 210 How happy is the man who hears

Logan. 211 How long shall death the tyrant reign Watts. 212 How long shall dreams of earthly bliss Doddridge. 214 How many millions draw their breath Scott. 213 How pleasing, Lord ! to see

Watts. 442 How precious, Lord! thy holy word Watts. 46 How rich the blessings, O my God Miss Roscoe. 215 How rich thy favours, God of grace Doddridge. 216 How rich thy gifts, Almighty King Kippis. 444 How still and peaceful is the grave

Scotch Para. 217 How swift the torrent rolls

Doddridge. 218 How well our great Preserver knows Merrick. 219

I If high or low our station be

Scott. 221 If solid happiness we prize

Cotton. 220 If we the Saviour's laws obey Exeter Coll. 222 I hear the voice of wo

Scott. 224 I'll bless Jehovah's glorious name Miss Daye. 47 I'll praise my Maker with my breath Watts. 48 I read my duty in the word

Watts. 223 Immortal God! on thee we call Doddridge. 225 Imposture shrinks from light

Scott. 226 In all my vast concerns with thee

Watts. 227 In all thy dealings, gracious God Exeter Coll. 228 In glad amazement, Lord! I stand Doddridge. 447

Io sleep's serene oblivion laid Hawkesworth. 448 In the soft season of thy youth

Gibbons. 230 In vain opposing nations rage

Patrick. 449 Indulgent Father! how divine

Sowden. 445 Indulgent God! whose bounteous care Gent. Mag. 446 Indulgent God! with pitying eye Doddridge. 229 Is there a lone and dreary hour Caroline * Gilman 450 Is there no kind, no lenient art Mrs. Steele. 231 Is there on earth a nobler name Exeter Coll. 232 • Is this a fast for me'

Drummond. 451

J Jehovah bids the morning ray

Watts. 452 Jehovah God! thy gracious power

Thomson. 49 Jehovah reigns ! let every nation Mrs. Barbauld. 50 Jesus is gone above the sky

Watts. 453 Jesus, the friend of man

Watts, partly. 454 Joy to the world, the Lord is come Watts. 51

K 1 Keep silence all created things

Watts. 233 1

L 1 Lauded be thy name for ever

Hogg. 455 Let children hear the mighty deeds Watts. 234 Let coward guilt, with pallid fear Mrs. Carter. 456 Let every tongue thy goodness speak Watts.' 52 · Let heaven arise, let earth appear' Watts. 235 Let men of high conceit and zeal Browne. 236 Let none be envious when they see Patrick. 237 Let party names no more

Beddome. 239 Let songs of praise from all below New Selection. 457 Let thanks to God, all-sovereign Power tEx. Coll. 238 Let the whole race of creatures lie

Watts. 240 Let us with a joyful mind

Milton. 53 Life is a span, a fleeting hour

Mrs. Steele. 459 Life is the time to serve the Lord

Watts. 241

Lift your glad voices in triumph on Christian Dis. 458 Lift your voice, and joyful sing

Merrick. 54 Like shadows gliding o'er the plain J. Taylor. 242 Lo! God is here; let us adore Salisbury Coll. 55 Look round, Oman ! survey this L'pool Old Coll. 243 Long have we sat beneath the sound Watts. 56 Lord ! dismiss us with thy blessing Toplady's Coll. 57 Lord! how resplendent shines thy Liverpool Coll. 244 Lord! in the morning thou shalt hear Watts. 58 Lord I am thine ; but thou wilt prove Watts. 460 Lord of the sabbath! hear our vows Doddridge. 59 Lord of the worlds above

Watts. 60 Lord ! thou art good; all nature shows Browne. 61 Lord ! thou hast been thy children's God tEx. Coll. 245 Lord ! thou hast searched and seen me Watts. 246 Lord! through the dubious path of life Ex. Coll. 247 Lord ! we adore thy vast designs

Watts. 248 Lord! we adore thy wondrous name Doddridge. 249 Lord! we would make thy word our joy Watts. 250 Lord! what our ears have heard Salisbury Coll. 461 Lord! who's the happy man that may

Tate. 251

M Mark how the swift-winged minutes fly *Ex. Coll. 462 Mark the soft-falling snow

Doddridge. 253 Mistaken souls, that dream of heaven Watts. 252 Must friends and kindred droop and die Watts. 463 My Father! cheering name

Watts. 254 My Father! I adore

Belknap's Coll. 255 My God! all nature owns thy sway Miss Williams. 62 My God! how endless is thy love

Watts. 464 My God! I thank thee! may no thought Mortitin 257 My God! my King ! O may thy praise

Watts. 63 My God! permit me not to be

Watts. 465 My God! permit my tongue

Watts. 64 My God! the covenant of thy love Doddridge. 256 My God! the steps of pious men

Watts. 258

My God! thy boundless love I praise Rev. H. Moore. 259 My God! thy service well demands Doddridge. 466 My Helper, God! I bless thy name Doddridge. 467 My Maker, and my King

Mrs. Steele. 261 My soul! forbear on transient things Browne. 260 My soul! praise the Lord

Park. 65 My soul ! repeat his praise

Watts. 262 My soul shall bless thee, O my God Heginbotham. 263 My Sovereign! to thy throne

Scott. 468

N Naked as from the earth we came

Watts. 264 Not he whose baseless hope relies tButcher. 265 No war nor battle's sound

Milton. 469 O

O azure vaults ! O crystal sky Roscommon. 66 O bless the Lord, our souls


67 O come, all ye sons of Adam! and raise Scott. 68 O come and sing your Maker's name

* 69 O come, loud anthems let us sing

Tate. 70 O could I soar to worlds above

Proud. 470 O for a firm and lively faith

Watts. 266 O God! accept the sacred hour

471 O God! my strength! my hope Exeter Coll. 267 O God of Bethel ! by whose hand Doddridge. 71 O God of our forefathers ! hear Salisbury Coll. 268 O God! on thee we all depend

Browne. 269 O God! our help in ages past

Watts. 270 O God! to thee my sinking soul Liverpool Coll. 271 O God! to thee we raise our eyes Exeter Coll. 272 O God! we praise thee, and confess Patrick. 72 O God! whose dread and dazzling brow Bryanto O God! whose thunder shakes the sky Chatterton. 273 O hear me, Lord ! to thee I call

Merrick. 276 O here, if ever, God of love Miss E. Taylor. 472 O how can they look up to heaven J. Browne. 473


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