The Church hymnal, with canticles, edited by the Rev. Charles L. Hutchins.
Hutchins, Charles Lewis, comp. 1838-1920,

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Page  1 The Church Hymnal itz'th Canticles Edited by the Rev Charles L Huztchins THIRTIETH EDITION Medford Mass Published by the Editor I88S

Page  2 Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870, by C. L. HUTCHINS, in the Clerk's Office of the Dis. trict Court of the United States for the Northern District of New York. Entered according to Act of Congress, In the year 1872, by CHARLES L. HUTCHINS, in the Office of the Libra. rian of Congress, at Washington. Copyright, 1879, by CHARLES L. HUTCHINS. Zable of Subjkcd0 PAGE INDEX OF FIRST LINES......... 3 METRICAL INDEX........... 7 ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF TUNES..... 9 INDEX OF AUTHORS.......... 11 INDEX OF COMPOSERS......... 13 INDEX OF SCRIPTURE TEXTS AND HYMNS. 15 THE CHRISTIAN YEAR- HYMN ADVENT............ 1-15 CHRISTMAS.......... 16-27 END OF THE YEAR........ 28-29 THE NEW YEAR......... 30-31 CIRCUMCISION.......... 32-33 EPIPHANY........... 34-47 ASH WEDNESDAY........ 48-50 LENT............. 51-71 PALM SUNDAY.......... 72-73 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION.... 74-89 EASTER EVEN.......... 90-97 EASTER: THE RESURRECTION... 98-112 ASCENSION.......... 113-124 WHITSUNTIDE..........125-137 TRINITY SUNDAY........ 138-146 THE LORD'S DAY: PUBLIC WORSHIP. 147-169 EMBER DAYS......... 170-171 ROGATION DAYS........ 172-174 OTHER HOLY DAYS....... 175-182 THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS... 183-189 THE CHURCH........... 190-202 THE SACRAMENTS - THE HOLY COMMUNION...... 203-211 HOLY BAPTISM......... 212-218 OFFICES OF THE CHURCHCATECHISM: CHILDREN'S HYMNS.. 219-233 CONFIRMATION......... 234-246 HOLY MATRIMONY....... 247-248 VISITATION OF THE SICK..... 249-257 BURIAL OF THE DEAD....... 258-263 HYMN FOR THOSE AT SEA....... 264-269 ORDINATION OR INSTITUTION OF MINISTERS........... 270-273 CONSECRATION OF BISHOPS..... 274 LAYING OF A CORNER-STONE.... 275-276 CONSECRATION OF CHURCHES.... 277-282 MISSIONS AND CHARITIES.... 283-300 SPECIAL SEASONS - THANKSGIVING AND HARVEST FESTIVALS............. 301-306 NATIONAL FESTIVALS...... 307-309 NATIONAL FASTS........ 310-313 FAMILY WORSHIP....... 314-327 MORNING........... 328-332 EVENING........... 333-352 THE SEVEN HOURS....... 353359 GENERAL HYMNSHOLY SCRIPTURES....... 360-368 REDEMPTION......... 369-385 REPENTANCE..........8 6-389 FAITH.......... 390-398 PRAYER............399-404 P ^.-;B........... 405-433 SELF-CONSECRATION.......434-435 TRUST.............436-446 HOPE.............447-453 LOVE........... 454-461 JOY............. 462-464 HUMILITY........... 465-466 PEACE............ 467-468 COURAGE............ 469-473 ACTION............ 474479 THE JUDGMENT......... 480484 HEAVEN............ 485-497 MISCELLANEOUS........ 498-532 GLORIA PATRI. ADDITIONAL TUNES. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1874, by the. TRUSTEES OF THE FUND FOR THE RELIEF OF WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF DECEASED CLERGYMEN, AND OF AGED, INFIRM, AND DISABLED CLERGYMEN OF THE PROTESTANT-EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington

Page  3 3nbcx of fist ~ines. HYMN A charge to keep I have.....474 A few more years shall roll........28 A glory gilds the sacred page.... 365 A mountain fastness is our God...... 397 Abide with me; fast falls the eventide.. 335 According to Thy gracious word..... 211 Adored forever be the Lord....... 421 Again the Lord of life and light......156 Ah, how shall fallen man..... 382 Ah, not like erring man is God......379 All glorious God, what hymns of praise... 371 All glory, laud, and honour........ 72 All hail the power of Jesus' Name... 424 All is o'er, the pain, the sorrow...... 92 All people that on earth do dwell... 405 Alleluia, song of gladness........ 430 Almighty Father, bless the word.... 166 Almighty God, I call to Thee....... 511 Almighty Lord, before Thy throne... 311 Although the vine its fruit deny.. 442 Am I a soldier of the Cross....... 471 And are we now brought near to God.....206 Angel bands, in strains sweet sounding.. 433 Angels, from the realms of glory.. 24 Angels, roll the rock away..... 101 Another six days' work is done... 153 Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat... 399 Arise, my soul, with rapture rise.... 328 Arm of the Lord, awake, awake...... 287 Arm these Thy soldiers, mighty Lord.... 242 Art thou weary, art thou languid..... 514 As by the light of opening day......246 As now the sun's declining rays..358 As o'er the past my memory strays... 61 As, panting in the sultry beam...... 452 As pants the hart for cooling streams.... 451 As pants the wearied hart for cooling springs. 155 As the sweet flower that scents the morn...262 As, when the weary traveller gains... 450 As with gladness men of old.......45 Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep..... 260 At the Lamb's high feast we sing.. 100 Awake, and sing the song........463 Awake, my soul, and with the sun.....332 Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve.... 476 Awake, my soul, to joyful lays... 429 Awake, our souls! away our fears....473 Awake, ye saints, awake........ 148 Before Jehovah's awful throne...... 409 Before the ending of the day....... 359 Before the Lord we bow......... 307 Begin, my soul, the exalted lay......419 Behold a humble train......... 180 Behold the glories of the Lamb...... 123 Behold the Lamb of God....80 Behold the morning sun......... 364 Behold the Saviour of mankind......378 Be still, my heart, these anxious cares.... 249 Bless God, my soul; Thou, Lord, alone... 410 Blest be the tie that binds....315 Blest day of God! most calm, most bright..149 Bound upon the accursed tree..... 82 Bread of heaven, on Thee we feed.. 209 Bread of the world, in mercy broken.... 207 Breast the wave, Christian........472 Brief life is here our portion....... 491 HYMN Brightest and best of the sons of the morning. 37 By cool Siloam's shady rill.... 224 Calm on the listening ear of night... 26 Children of the heavenly King...... 449 Christ is made the sure foundation.... 282 Christ is our Corner-stone........ 279 Christ leads me through no darker rooms.. 486 Christ the Lord is risen again...... 106 Christ the Lord is risen to-day......98 Christ, whose glory fills the skies.. 331 Christian! dost thou see them....... 68 Christians, awake, salute the happy morn..21 Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove...131 Come hither, ye faithful........ 25 Come, Holy Ghost, Creator, come... 127 Come, Holy Ghost, eternal God...... 274 Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire.. 137 Come, Holy Ghost, with God the Son.. 355 Come, Holy Spirit, come........ 135 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove.... 128 Come, let us join our cheerful songs.... 208 Come, let us join our friends above.... 188 Come, my soul, thou must be waking... 330 Come, my soul, thy suit prepare.... 401 Come, pure hearts, in sweetest measures.. 272 Come, quickly come, dread Judge of all. 9 Come see the place where Jesus lay.. 102 Come, Thou Almighty King...... 428 Come, ye that love the Lord....... 462 Come, ye sinners, poor and needy... 381 Come, ye thankful people, come......306 Creator Spirit, by whose aid..... 129 Crown Him with many crowns...... 116 Dawn purples all the East with light... 354 Day of judgment, day of wonders...... 481 Day of wrath! that day of mourning... 483 Deign this union to approve.......247 Draw, Holy Ghost, Thy seven-fold veil... 240 Dread Jehovah, God of nations... 310 Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord.... 167 Disowned of heaven, by man oppressed... 294 Eternal Father! strong to save......267 Far from my heavenly home.... 520 Far from my thoughts, vain world, begone. 161 Father of all, whose love profound.... 142 Father of mercies, bow Thine ear..... 271 Father of mercies, in Thy word.... 360 Father, whate'er of earthly bliss..... 440 Fierce was the wild billow........ 265 For all the saints who from their labours rest. 187 Forever here my rest shall be....... 396 Forever with the Lord....... 489 For the Apostles' glorious company... 186 For thee, 0 dear, dear country..... 492 For Thee, O God, our constant praise.. 407 Forth from the dark and stormy sky... 201 Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I go.. 318 Forty days and forty nights....... 49 Fountain of good, to own Thy love... 296 From all that dwell below the skies. 289 From all Thy saints in warfare, &c.. 175 From every stormy wind that blows.... 406 From Greenland's icy mountains..... 283 Glorious things of thee are spoken...... 190

Page  4 4 INDEX OF FIRST LINES. HYMN Glory be to Jesus.......... 74 Glory to the Father give......... 220 Glory to Thee, my God, this night..... 333 Glory to Thee, 0 Lord......... 179 Go forth, ye heralds, in My name..... 273 Go to dark Gethsemane......... 86 God bless our native land........ 309 God is our refuge in distress....... 194 God moves in a mysterious way...... 502 God, my King, Thy might confessing.... 423 God of my life, 0 Lord most high..... 94 God of my life, to Thee I call....... 446 God of our fathers, by whose hand..... 326 God shall charge His angel legions.... 469 God that madest earth and heaven... 344 God's perfect law converts the soul..... 363 God's temple crowns the holy mount.... 193 Grace! 'tis a charming sound....... 376 Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost....... 527 Great God, this sacred day of Thine.... 151 Great God, to Thee my evening song.... 343 Great God, what do I see and hear..... 484 Great God, with wonder and with praise.. 367 Great is our guilt, our fear is great..... 174 Guide me, 0 Thou great Jehovah.... 505,530 Hail, Thou long expected Jesus...... 16 Hail, Thou once despised Jesus...... 76 Hail to the Lord's Anointed....... 34 Happy, thrice happy they, who hear.... 503 Hark! hark, my soul! Angelic songs are swelling................ 485 Hark! my soul, it is the Lord....... 521 Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour comes.. 15 Hark! the herald angels sing....... 17 Hark! the song of jubilee........ 42 Hark! the sound of holy voices..... 189 Hark! the voice of love and mercy..... 88 Hark! what mean those holy voices....20 Hasten, sinner! to be wise........ 58 Hasten the time appointed........ 291 Have mercy, Lord, on me........ 60 He is risen! He is risen!......... 107 He that has God his guardian made.... 319 Head of the hosts in glory........ 198 Hear what the voice from heaven declares.. 259 Heirs of unending life......... 479 He's blest, whose sins have pardon gained..377 He's come, let every knee be bent.....125 High on the bending willows hung..... 295 His mercy and His truth......... 243 Holy Father, great Creator........ 145 Holy, holy, holy Lord......... 140 Holy, holy, holy Lord......... 144 Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty... 138 Hosanna to the living Lord........ 4 How beauteous are their feet....... 44 How bless'd are they who always keep... 221 How bright these glorious spirits shine... 177 How firm a foundation ye saints of the Lord. 398 How long shall earth's alluring toys.... 487 How oft, alas! this wretched heart..... 56 How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds.... 395 How vast must their advantage be..... 185 How will my heart endure........ 482 How wondrous and great........ 35 In Thee I put my steadfast trust. In token that thou shalt not fear. Inspirer and hearer of prayer.. Instruct me in Thy statutes, Lord Is there a lone and dreary hour. It came upon the midnight clear. It is not death to die.......... 510 214.... 339.. 368...444.... 22.... 97 Jehovah reigns, let all the earth..... 418 Jerusalem! high tow'r thy glorious walls. 497 Jerusalem, my happy home....... 496 Jerusalem, the golden......... 493 Jesus, meek and gentle........ 225 Jesus, the very thought of Thee..... 45 Jesus, and shall it ever be........ 218 Jesus Christ is risen to-day........ 99 Jesus, I my cross have taken...... 236 Jesus lives: no longer now........ 104 Jesus, my Saviour, look on me...... 394 Jesus, my strength, my hope...... 434 Jesus! Name of wondrous love...... 33 Jesus, lover of my soul......... 393 Jesus, Saviour of my soul........ 532 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun..... 284 Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me..... 352 Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness.... 480 Joy fills the dwelling of the just...... 112 Joy to the world! the Lord is come.... 40 Just as I am, - without one plea...... 392 Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom. 512 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us..... 506 Let me with light and truth be bless'd.... 162 Lift up your heads, eternal gates...... 121 Lift your glad voices in triumph on high... 108 Light of those whose dreary dwelling.... 39 Like Noah's weary dove......... 195 Lo, He comes, with clouds descending.... 1 Lo! hills and mountains shall bring forth.. 38 Lo! what a cloud of witnesses...... 183 Look, ye saints; the sight is glorious.... 115 Lord, as to Thy dear Cross we flee..... 251 Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing..... 165 Lord, forever at Thy side........ 466 Lord, for the just Thou dost provide.... 269 Lord God, the Holy Ghost........ 130 Lord God, we worship Thee....... 308 Lord! in the morning Thou shalt hear.... 154 Lord, in this Thy mercy's day... 63 Lord, in Thy Name Thy servants plead... 172 Lord, lead the way the Saviour went.... 300 Lord, let me know my term of days.... 258 Lord of the harvest, hear........ 170 Lord of the worlds above........ 157 Lord, pour Thy Spirit from on high.... 270 Lord, shall Thy children come to Thee... 241 Lord, spare and save our sinful race.... 173 Lord, teach us how to pray aright..... 400 Lord, when this holy morning broke.... 351 Lord, when we bend before Thy throne. 69 Lord, with glowing heart I'd praise Thee. 454 Love divine, all love excelling....... 456 I heard the voice of Jesus say....... I love my God, but with no love of mine.. I love Thy kingdom, Lord. I sing the Almighty power of God.. I think when I read that sweet story of old. I would not live alway; I ask not to stay... I'll praise my Maker with my breath.... I'll wash my hands in innocence...... In loud exalted strains......... In mercy, not in wrath......... In the hour of trial. In the vineyard of our Father....... 528 457 191 417 226 93 420 278 152 50 443 227 Magnify Jehovah's Name........ 408 May God accept our vow........ 244 May the grace of Christ our Saviour.... 168 My faith looks up to Thee........ 237 My God, accept my heart this day..... 234 My God, and is Thy table spread.... 205 My God, how endless is Thy love.... 324 My God, how wonderful Thou art.... 460 My God, I love Thee not because.... 458 My God, my Father, while I stray..... 256 My God, permit me not to be....... 57 My God! Thy covenant of love...... 217 My grateful soul shall bless the Lord.... 95 My hope, my all, my Saviour, Thou... 522 My hope, my steadfast trust....... 518 My opening eyes with rapture see...,. 158

Page  5 INDEX OF FIRST LINES. My Saviour hanging on the tree... My sins, my sins, my Saviour. My soul, be on thy guard My soul, for help on God rely. My soul, inspired with sacred love. My soul with patience waits. Nearer, my God, to Thee..... New every morning is the love... No change of time shall ever shock. Not for the dead in Christ we weep. Not to the terrors of the Lord.... Now from the altar of our hearts. Now may He who from the dead. Now may the God of grace and power Now thank we all our God... HYMN. 75. 64. 470.439. 499. 55. 507. 329. 437. 261. 184. 347. 164.313. 303 Once more the solemn season calls.. Once the angel started back....... Onward, Christian soldiers....... Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed... Our Lord is risen from the dead..... Pain and toil are over now....... Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive moan. Pleasant are Thy courts above...... Praise, my soul, the King of heaven... Praise, 0 praise our God and King.... Praise to God, immortal praise. Praise to God who reigns above..... Praise we the Lord this day...... Prayer is the soul's sincere desire. HYMN. 48. 111. 232. 132. 117. 91. 375. 200. 529. 305. 302. 182. 181. 404 O all ye people, clap your hands...... 120 O bless the Lord, my soul....... 413 O come, all ye faithful......... 19 O come and mourn with me a while... 89 O come, Loud anthems let us sing...... 301 O come, 0 come, Emmanuel....... 13 O could I speak the matchless worth.... 374 O day of rest and gladness........ 160 O for a closer walk with God..... 435 O for a heart to praise my God...... 467 O God, creation's secret force....... 357 O God, my gracious God, to Thee..... 320 O God, my heart is fix'd, 'tis bent..... 414 O God of hosts, the mighty Lord. 245 O God of love, 0 King of peace..... 312 O God of truth, 0 Lord of might..... 356 O God, our help in ages past....... 29 O gracious God, in whom I live...... 66 O happy day that stays my choice..... 235 O happy is the man who hears..... 222 O holy, holy, holy Lord......... 139 O in the morn of life, when youth..... 215 O Jesus, Thou art standing........ 10 O Jesus, Saviour of the lost...... 388 O let triumphant faith dispel....... 390 O Lord of hosts, whose glory fills.....276 O Lord, the Holy Innocents........ 178 O Lord, Thy mercy, my sure hope..... 498 O mother dear, Jerusalem........ 495 O Paradise, 0 Paradise......... 509 O praise the Lord in that blest place.... 412 O praise ye the Lord.......... 406 O render thanks to God above...... 416 0 Sacred Head, now wounded....... 87 O Spirit of the living God........ 126 O that my load of sin were gone...... 389 0 Thou, from whom all goodness flows...65 O Thou that hear'st when sinners cry.... 386 O Thou to whom all creatures bow..... 517 O Thou to whose all-searching sight....62 O Thou who didst prepare........ 268 O to grace how great a debtor....... 385 O 'twas a joyful sound to hear....... 281 O where shall rest be found....... 513 O with due reverence let us all...... 280 O Wisdom! spreading mightily, O Root of Jesse! Ensign Thou, l ~ O Israel's Sceptre! David's Key, Day-Spring and Eternal Light, * *14 O King! Desire of nations! come, O Lawgiver! Emmanuel! King, O Word of God Incarnate........ 362 O worship the King.......... 519 O write upon my memory, Lord...... 228 O'er mountain-tops the mount of God... 41 O'er the gloomy hills of darkness..... 288 Oft in danger, oft in woe......... 477 On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry..... 12 On Sion and on Lebanon......... 286 One sole baptismal sign......... 197 Once in royal David's city........ 233 Once more, 0 Lord, Thy sign shall be... 8 Quiet, Lord, my froward heart...... 465 Rejoice, rejoice, believers........ 5 Resting from His work to-day....... 90 Rich are the joys which cannot die..... 297 Ride on! ride on in majesty....... 73 Rise, crown'd with light, imperial Salem, rise. 36 Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings.... 447 Rock of Ages, cleft for me....... 391, 531 Round the Lord in glory seated...... 431 Ruler of Israel, Lord of might (Advent Anthem).............. 14 Safely through another week....... Salvation doth to God belong. Salvation, 0 the joyful sound....... Saviour, again to Thy dear Name we raise.. Saviour, like a shepherd lead us...... Saviour, source of every blessing..... Saviour, when in dust to Thee....... Saviour, when night involves the skies... Saviour, who Thy flock art feeding..... See the destined day arise........ Seek, my soul, the narrow gate...... Shepherd divine, our wants relieve..... Shepherd of souls, refresh and bless. Shout the glad tidings, exultingly sing. Since I've known a Saviour's Name. Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praise.... Sing, my soul, His wondrous love..... Sinner, rouse thee from thy sleep..... Sinners, turn! why will ye die...... Softly now the light of day........ Soldiers of Christ, arise......... Songs of praise the angels sang...... Sons of men, behold from far....... Souls in heathen darkness lying...... Sovereign ruler of the skies....... Sow in the morn thy seed........ Spirit of mercy, truth, and love...... Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears.... Star of peace, to wanderers weary. Stay, Thou long-suffering Spirit, stay. Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear..... Supreme in wisdom as in power...... Sweet is the work, my God, my King.... Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go..... Sweet the moments, rich in blessing.... Tender Shepherd, Thou hast stilled. That day of wrath, that dreadful day.... The ancient law departs......... The atoning work is done........ The Church's one foundation....... The day is gently sinking to a close..... The day is past and gone........ The day is past and over......... The day of praise is done........ The day of resurrection......... The gentle Saviour calls......... The God of Abraham praise....... The God of life, whose constant care.... The Head that once was crowned with thorns. 350 304 369 169 229 370 53 325 213 81 525 402 210 23 478 432 373 59 54 340 216 422 47 292 523 298 133 124 264 387 336 475 ]50 338 84 263 3 32 118 202 349 334 341 346 105 212 141 30 114

Page  6 INDEX OF FIRST LINES. The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord The King of love my shepherd is The Lord descended from above... The Lord hath spoke, the mighty God... The Lord Himself, the mighty Lord... The Lord my pasture shall prepare.. The Lord our God is clothed with might The Lord, the only God, is great.. The Lord unto my Lord thus spake. The Lord will come; the earth shall quake The mighty flood that rolls.... The rising God forsakes the tomb. The Royal Banners forward go.. The servants of Jehovah's will... The shadows of the evening hours.. The Son of God goes forth to war The spacious firmament on high... The Spirit in our hearts.... The strain upraise of joy and praise... The strife is o'er, the battle done. The sun is sinking fast... The voice of free grace... The voice that breathed o'er Eden.. The winged herald of the day... The world is very evil......... Thee will I love, my strength, my tower. There is a blessed home.... There is a fold whence none can stray... There is a fountain fill'd with blood.. There is a green hill far away... There is a land of pure delight.. Thine forever: God of love... This is the day of light.... This life's a dream, an empty show.. This stone to Thee in faith we lay.. Thou art gone up on high... Thou art my hiding-place, 0 Lord.. Thou art the Way, to Thee alone... Thou, God, all glory, honour, power... Thou hidden love of God, whose height Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known. Thou, whom my soul admires above... Thou, whose Almighty word.. Through all the changing scenes of life Through the day Thy love has spared us. Thus God declares His sovereign will.. Thy bitter anguish o'er... Thy chastening wrath, 0 Lord, restrain Thy kingdom come, 0 God... Thy presence, Lord, hath me supplied. Thy way, not mine, 0 Lord.... Thy word is to my feet a lamp...... Time hastens on, ye longing saints. 'Tis finished: so the Saviour cried. HYMN. 361 ~ 464 ~ 500 11 438 ~ 504 516 196 6 2. 524 119 79 122.337 ~ 176 508 134 425 ~ 103 345.384 248 353 ~ 490 461 317 468.383 231 488 238 ~ 159 96 275 113 253 ~ 501 203 515 52 ~ 459 ~ 146 415 ~ 342 ~ 110 526 51 o 7 448. 254 366 ~ 348. 85 'Tis my happiness below. To bless Thy chosen race To hail Thy rising, Sun of life... To Him who for our sins was slain To Jesus, our exalted Lord.. To our Redeemer's glorious Name To Sion's hill I lift my eyes.. To Thy temple I repair.. To-morrow, Lord, is Thine.. Triumphant Sion! lift thy head.. HYMN... 445... 285.... 27... 109.... 204...372.... 316... 163.... 327.... 192 Up to the hills I lift mine eyes...... 321 Watchman! tell us of the night......43 We build with fruitless cost, unless..... 322 We give immortal praise........ 143 We give Thee but Thine own...... 299 We sing the praise of Him who died.... 78 Weary of earth, and laden with my sin... 67 Weary of wandering from my God.... 70 Welcome, sweet day of rest..... 147 What a strange and wondrous story.... 223 Whate'er my God ordains is right..... 257 When all Thy mercies, 0 my God..... 426 When gathering clouds around I view... 250 When God of old came down from heaven..136 When His salvation bringing....... 219 When I can read my title clear...... 453 When I can trust my all with God..... 323 When I survey the wondrous Cross.... 83 When Jesus left His Father's throne.... 230 When, Lord, to this our western land.... 293 When, marshali'd on the nightly plain.... 46 When musing sorrow weeps the past.... 255 When our heads are bowed with woe.... 252 When, streaming from the eastern skies...314 When through the torn sail the wild tempest is streaming............ 266 When wounded sore, the stricken soul...380 While shepherds watched their flocks by night, 18 While Thee I seek, protecting Power.... 441 While with ceaseless course the sun.... 31 Who are these in bright array..... 494 Who is this that comes from Edom.... 77 Who place on Sion's God their trust.... 436 With broken heart and contrite sigh. 71 With glory clad, with strength arrayed.. 427 With joy shall I behold the day..... 199 With one ccrsent let all the earth.... 277 Witness, ye men and angels, now..... 239 Ye boundless realms of joy...... 411 Ye Christian heralds, go, proclaim.... 290 Ye servants of the Lord........ 171

Page  7 lUpIabcfiraI Coit of qrunei. HYMN Abends... 3362, 522 Abingdon.... 5 Abridge.-. 188', 269, 4752 Adeste Fideles. 19, 25 Adoration... 151, 452 Albert.....3422 Alexandria..468,510' All Saints.... 107' Alla Trinita Beata 4542 Alleluia Perenne 4322 Alstone..... 178 America.... 309' Am'or.'''''4581 Amsterdam...447k Ancient Litany.. 5212 Anglia.....18 Ariel......374 Arimathea.... 1011 Arlington. 215, 255, 426 Ashley.....369 Attolle Paulum.. 511 Aurelia.....202 Austria.....190 Avison.....23 Aynhoe.... 134,212 Azmon, 95, 2112, 365, 4602 Balerma... 185, 222 Balfour.....3924 Bankfield.... 1472 Batty......84 Beatitude, 1882, 435, 4411, 4532, 496' Bedford.. 303, 502, 517 Beethoven.... 4472 Belgrave.. 1542, 367 Belmont, 173, 347, 358, 380, 404 Ben Rhydding..524 Benedic Anima.5292 Benediction... 70 Benevento.. 31, 541 Berlin.....42 Bethany..... 572 Beulah... 3171 Bonn, 46, 1242, 294, 3182, 450 Bowen.. 448 Boylston..315 Brasted., 4081 Brattle Street. 4412 Bristol.. 208 Brocklesbury..392, 213 Brookfleld... 3942 Brownell...250, 314 Burlington. 123, 363, 415 Cambridge...441, 2992 Capetown.... 5272 Caput.. 1.98 Carlisle.442, 4 Carmel... 349' Carol......22 Chalvey.....28 Charity.....527' Chenies.....291' Chester. 253 Chesterfield, 40, '149, 360 HYMN Christ Church.. 118 Christmas.... 476 Clarion....982,3731 Cloisters.... 186' Cluny.... 4912 Communion... 381 Concord.. 249' Confidence.3922 Consolation... 263' Conway...3242 Corelli...82 Coronation.... 4242 Coronae.... 115 Coventry..296, 326 Covert... 1122, 388 Creation.....508 Creator Spiritus.. 1372 Darley.....295 DarwallI.. 148, 307, 411 Debenham.... 202, 391 Dedhamn.. 172, 368, 3722 Deerhurst.... 236' De Koven... 1762 Dennis...479,513' Devotion.... 339 Diademata.... 116 Didbrook.... 3431 Dies Irae. 483 Dix. — 45, 302 Dominus regit me. 464 Dover.....1172 Dresden.....310 IDublin.....66' Duke Street. 1171', 235 Duice Carmen, 430, 506', 529' Dundee, 206, 258, 280, 438 Durham......542 Easter.... 1012 Ecce Agnus... 80 Eckardtsheim, 61, 752, 246, 3482 Eden (Mason).. 354 Eden (S. Alhan's, T. B.) -... 248' Edgbaston.... 342' Edom.....77 Emn' Feste Burg.. 397 Elberfield.... 129 Ellers.... 169,335' Ely......58 Emmanuel.... 4402 Endless Alleluia.. 432' Ernan.... 30, 353 Eucharistic Hymn.207 Evangelists...272 Evan...41, 127, 467 Evensong.... 3422 Eventide.... 3352 Evermore.... 238 Ewing.....493 Faith.... 211', 348' Farrant.....29 Federal Street, 131, 2052, 218', 240, 270, 387, 444' Fiat Lux... Folsom.... Fountains Ahhey Franc.... Frederick... Freiburg.. Fulstow.... HYMN.1462 372.193.330.93.4562.2253 Lincoln... Lindisfarne Lisbon... Love.... Lowestoft. Luheck.. Lox Benigna Lux Eoi... Lux Prima. Lyons.. Lyte.... HYMN 379 104' 179 4582 4332 0182 512. 76 3312 35 520' Geneva..... 5142 Gilbhert's.... 5052 Gopsal.... 152 Grace Church, 62, 96, 142', 321, 473, 480 Gratitude.... 394' Greenwood... 97 Greek Hymn... 74 Guidance.... 2252 Hahakkuk.. 199', 442 H~allett... 111, 247 Hamburg, 57, 85, 133, 377, 386 Hanford.. 3943 Hanover. 40'6,519 Harewood..143, 279 Harlan.....3092 Harwood.... 419 Heaven.....497 Hebron, 12, 124', 1532, 204, 318', 328, 440 Hernlein.... 49 Holland.....1192 Hollingside... 393' Holy Child....23 Holy Church... 64 1-oly Cross... 396 Holy Voices. 20' Homeland.... 4952 Honiton.....144 Horsley.....231' Hosanna.... 4 Howell.....2102 Humility.. - 324' Hummel 2 12, 475' Hursley.....336' iMagdalena.... 4432 1Maidstone.... 200' Malmesbury... 3412 Manoah.. 184, 322, 453' Marenzo... 303,308 Margaretting... 265 Marlow.. 56, 400', 471 Martyn... 3933, 5322 Martyrdom, 692, 75', 183, 239, 286, 378, 383, 436, 486 Marshall.... 334 Mason.... 2 Mear, 1561, 234, 2742, 281 Medford..526 Meditation. 4442 Mehul.....219 Meinhold.... 2632 Melcombe... 126,3291 Melita.... 14, 267 Mendelssohn... 17 Mendon, 161, 273', 351, 427, 439 Meribah....102, 1992 Merrial...I 225' Merton... 1142 Miles Lane...424' Miriam.....292 Miserecordia... 3922 Missionary Chant, 2732, 290, 4299' Missionary Hymn, 283, 2912 Monkland.... 305' Morning Hymn.. 332 Mornington, 55, 268, 489 Moscow... 146', 428 Mount Carmel..532' Mozart.. 3042 Ilfracombe.lla... Innocents Intercession Iona... Irby... 478 3, 389 4222 153', 446 4543 233 Jerusalem.... 4952 Jesu, Bone Pastor. 229 Judgment.... 481 Judgment Hymn. 484 Laban.... 298, 470 Lacrymae.... 632 Lambeth, 26', 1761, 2312, 460', 488, 501 Lancashire.... 8 72 Langran.....67 Laud......516 Leighton.... 5202 Leoni....141 Liebdield. 472, 4082, Naomi... Narraghmore. Nashville. Nativity.. Newcourt. Newland. Nicwa... Nottingham Nuremburg Ntutfield....261,440' 154'..6, 11.121, 372'.194, 319 6 182 1.38.196,417 220..3441 O Bona Patria.. 492 Old 100th, 277, 289, 405', 4052, 409, 4182 Old 113th.... 420 7

Page  8 8 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF TUNES. HYMN Oliphant.... 5051L Olivet (Dykes).. 113 Olivet (Mason).. 237 Olmutz, 50, 135, 171, 346, 382, 482 Onward. 472 Ortonville....69' Palmyra...3232 Paradise (Barnby).5092 Paradise (Dykes). 509' Paradise (Weber. 175 Park Street.304', 407 Parker..3432 Passion Chorale.. 87' Pax......2542 Pax Del.....155 Peace......168 Pearsall..490 Penitence. 443-3 Pentonville... 518' Peterborough, 38, 316, 500 Petersburgh..375 Petra......391' Pilgrims.... 485' Pleyel's Hymn.. 449 Pollock.. 262 Posen......164 Prince. 515 Pruen. 163 Quebec..150, 312, 416 Rapture. 494 Ratisbon.... 331' Redemption... 109 Redhead, No. 4.. 355 Redhead, No. 45.. 47' Redhead, No. 47. 59, 81, 91', 252 Redhead, No. 76. 86, 90, 391' Regent Square, 24, 145, 282 Requiem.... 92 Resignation... 257 Rest......260' Resurrection... 107' Retreat.... 403 Rex Gloriae... 431' Riseholme.... 3944 Rivaulx.. 94, 1392, 325 Rockingham.. 83, 20f4 Rosefield. Rosslyn.. Rotterdam. Russia... Russian Hymn HYMN.209,465 226.105,160 218' 36 S. Agatha.... 506' S. Agnes, 27', 51, 128, 210', 251, 402 S. Alban....327 S. Albinus....104' S. Alphege.2482, 491' S. Anatolius... 341' S. Andrew of Crete, 68 S. Ann, 176', 217, 245, 278 S. Athanasius T 40 S. Audeon.,,.359, 412 S. Bartholomew..177 S. Basil.'..... 108 S. Bees, 33, 91', 3732, 521' S. Bride. 60 S. Cecilia. 71 S. Columba. 3451 S. Columbanus.227,288 S. Crispin.... 392' S. Cross.. 89 S. Cuthbert...132 S. Drosdane... 73 S. Edith.. 10 S. Edmund..507' S. Fabian.... 393' S. Fulbert.... 26' S. Gabriel... 513' S. George..181,463 S. George's, Windsor.... 202', 306 S. Gertrude... 232 S. Godric.... 157 S. Ignatius.... 228 S. James.... 400' S. John's, Highlands, 260' S. Lawrence... 2541 S. Leonard, 8, 65, 300, 337 S. Lucian...401' S. Lucy.....230 S. Luke.....88 S. Margaret... 317' S. Mark. 43 S. Mary.. 48, 259, 311 S. Matthias... 338' S. Michael... 2 S. Mildred.... 197' HYMN S. Oswald..423', 530' S. Paul's... 9 S. Peter.. 14', 395 S. Philip.... 63' S. Raphael.... 455' S. Stephen... 214,390 S. Stephen the Sabaite......514' S. Theodulph.. 72 S. Thomas (Novel10)...... 1 S. Thomas (Tansur), 191, 195, 285, 413, 462 S. Timothy... 147' S. Winifred... 349' Salford.... 15 Salsburgh.... 100 Salvator.....236' Samson. 119' Sanctuary..189', 431' Sarum.. 187 Sawley..66', 221, 455' Saxe-Weimar... 505' Scarborough..510' Scotland.... 384 Sharon.....423' Sicilian Mariner's. 165 Siloam.....224 Silver Street... 216 Southgate's '. 34 Southwell... 366,496 Spanish Chant.. 53 Spolir.. 399,451 Stanton Court, 1422', 357 State Street... 170 Stella......338' Stephanos.... 514' Stutgard, 16', 385, 423', 433' Submission..445, 525 Sullivan.....266 Surrey, 201, 241, 461, 504 Swabia....159,376 Sweden.....329' Switzerland... 320 Tai t.... 1562',487 Tallis' Canon... 333 Tallis' Ordinal.. 274' Tellefsen.... 299' Tender Shepherd. 352 Thatcher, 180, 243, 364, 474 HYMN Tiverton, 27', 110, 125, 421 Tolman.. 457 Toplady. 91'3, 531 Treves.....293 Trinity Chapel.. 130 Troyte, No. 1..256, 335' Troyte, No. 2. 186', 425 Truro, 120, 192, 287, 301, 418', 503 Trust, 16', 370, 469, 530' Twilight... - 345', University College. 477 Uxbridge, 52', 79, 361, 371 Veni Creator... 137' Veni Emmanuel.. 13 Vespers.... 459 Verona.....350 Via Crucis.... 7' Victory. 103 Vienna. 052, 422 Vox Angelica,.. 485' Vox IDlecti... 528 Walmer. 398 Ward.. 78, 15,8, 437 Wareham, 52', 139', 162, 249', 271, 276, 414, 429', 498 Warrington, 122,284,313, 499 Watchman.... 43 Wave......264 Webbe. 37' Weber... 34'0,466 Wessex...323' Weston.....456' Whitney... 98' Winchester, New. 275 Winchester, Old. 136 Wirtemberg... 106 Witima.... 454' Wolhayes.. 401', 523 Woodbridge... 434 Wordsworth...242 Worgan. 99 Yorkshire.... 21 Zebulon. 197' Zephyr.... 71, 166 Zoan. 34, 362 CANON1 XXIII. OF TITLE I. OF THE DIGEST. OF CHURCH MUSIC. ~ 1. The Selections of the Psalms in M3etre, and Hymns, which are set forth. by authority, and Anthems in the words of Holy Scripture, are allowed to be sung in all Congregations of this Church before and after Mforning and Evening Prayer, and also before and after Sermons, at the discretion of the sninister, whose duty it shall be, by standing directions, or from time to time, to appoint such authori-,ed Psalms, Hymns, or Anthems as are to be sung. ~ 2. It shall be the dssty of every minister of this Church, with such assistamsce as he may see fit to employ from persons skilled in mnusic, to give order concerning the tunes to be sung at any tinse ims his church; and especially it shall be his duty to suppress all light and unseemly music, end all indecency and irreverence in the performance, by which vain and ungodly persons profane the service of the sanctuary. Adopted in GENERAL CONVENTION, Oct., 1874.

Page  9 luctrical Juba. HYMN Abends. 3362, 522 Alstone...178 Bonn, 46, 1242, 294, 3182, 450 Bowen..448 Concord... 249' Conway..3242 Darley. 295 Didbrook 3431 Dover. 1172 Doke Street, 117', 235 Eden. 354 Ernan. 0, 353 Federal Street, 131, 2052, 218', 240, 270, 387, 444' Grace Church 62, 96, 142', 321, 473, 480 Hamburg, 57, 85, 133, 377, 386 Hebron, 12,124', 153', 204, 318', 328, 430 Holland.... 1192 Hosanna (with cho.) 4 Humility.... 324' Hursiey.... 336' lla.. 3, 389 Intercession. 53', 446 Lincoln....379 Mason.....2 Meditation... 4442 Meicombe...126,5-29' Mendon, 161, 273', 351, 427, 439 Missionary Chant, 273', 290, 429' Morning Hymn. 332 Mozart. 304' Old 100th, 277, 289,' 405', 405', 409, 418 Park Street.304', 407 Parker. 3432 Pollock. 262 Quebec. 50, 31'2, 416 Redhead, No. 4..355 Rest.... 260' Retreat. 403 Rivaulx. 94, 139', 325 Rockingham..83, 205' Russia.. 218' S. Audeon... 359,412 S. Cross.... 89 S. Drosdane.. 73 S. Ignatius...228 S. John's, Highlands, 260' Samson.....119' Stanton Court, 142', 357 Sweden.....329' Tallis' Canon... 333 Truro, 120, 192, 287, 301, 418', 503 Uxbridge, 52', 79, 361,_371 Vespers.....459 Ward.. 78, 158, 437 Wareham, 52', 139', 162, 2492, 271, 276, 414, 429' 498 HYMN Warrington, 122, 284, 313, 499 Winchester, New. 275 Zephyr.. 71, 166 LM., D. Creation.... 508 Wordsworth... 242 C. Mll. Abridge. 188', 269, 475' Alexandria... 468,510' Arlington, 215, 255, 426 Ashley(with cho.). 369 Azmon, 95, 211', 365, 460' Balerma.... 185, 222 Beatitude, 188', 435, 441', 453', 496' Bedford. 203, 502, 517 Belgrave.. 1542, 367 Belmont. 173, 347, 358, 380, 404 Bristol. i3 208 Burlington, 12, 363, 415 Chesterfield, 40, 149, 360 Christmas.... 476 Coronation... 4242 Coventry... 296, 326 Covert... 112', 388 Dedham. 172, 368, 372' Dublin.....66' Dundee, 206, 258,280, 438 Eckardtsheim, 61, 752, 246, 348' Emmanuel.. 4402 Evan... 41, 127, 467 Faith.... 211', 348' Farrant.....29 Holy Cross... 396 Homeland.... 4952 Horsley.....231' Howell.... 210' Hummel.. 112', 475' Jerusalem,.... 495' Lambeth, 26', 176', 231', 460', 488, 501 Land... 516 Love... 458' Manoa.. -184, 322, 453' Mariow.. 56, 400', 471 Martyrdom, 69', 75', 183, 239, 286, 378, 383, 436, 486 Mear, 156', 234, 274', 281 Merton. —. 114' Miles Lane... 424' Naomi.... 261, 440' Narraghmore.. 1 54 Nativity... 121, 372 Nottiingham.. 196, 417 Ortonville....69' Peterborough, 38, 316, 500 S. Agnes, 27', 51, 128, S.An 72210', 251, 402 SAn, 16,217, 245, 278 S. Fulbert... 262 S. James..400' S. Mary. 48, 25.9, 311 HYMN S. Peter 114', 395 S. Raphael..455' S. Stephen'.214, 390 Salford..... 15 Sawley.. 662, 221, 455' Scarborough... 5102 Siloam..... 224 Southwell... 366, 496' Spohr....399,451 Tait.... 156', 487 Tallis' Ordinal.. 274' Tiverton, 27', 110, 125, 421 Winchester, Old. 136 C. Al., D. Amor.....458' Anglia.... 18 Brattle Street.. 441' Carol.....22 Chester. 253 De Koven...176' S. Bartholomew.177 S. Leonard, 8, 65, 300, 337 S. Lucy.:...230 Vox Dilecti... 528 S. AM. Aynhoe...134, 2122 Bankfield..147' Ben Rhydding..524 Boylston.... 315 Cambridge.. 442, 299' Carlisle....442, 244 Dennis...479, 513' Greenwood... 97 Laban...298, 470 Leighton.... 5202 Lisbon.....179 Lyte......520' Marshall.... 334 Mornington, 55, 268, 4892 Newland.... 518~ Otmutz, 50, 135, 171, 346, 382, 482 Pentonville... 518' S. Alban....37 S. Bride.... 60 S. Gabriel.... 513' S. George...181, 463 S. Michael.... 32 S. Thomas, 191, 195, 285, 413,462 S. Timothy..147' Silver Street..216 State Street..170 kSwabia.... 159, 376 Tellefsen...299' Thatcher Ii18, 243, 364, 474 S. Mil., D. Chalvey.... 28 Diademata... 116 Olivet.....113 Trinity Chapel..130 Woodbridge.. 434 8.8.6:8.8.6. Ariel...... 374 HYMN Habbakuk. 199', 442 Harwood.... 419 Meribahb. 102, 1992 Treves.....293 8.8: 8.8: 8.8. Adoration.. 151, 452 Benediction... 70 Brownell...250, 314 Elberfeld... 129 Fountains Abbey. 193 Melita.... 14, 267 Petersburgh...375 -Prince-. 515 S. Matthias..338' S. Paul's.... 9 Stella.....3382 Surrey, 201, 241, 461, 504 Veni Emmanuel. 13 8.8.8: 8.8.8. Nashville.... 6, 11 Newcourt... 194, 319 Old 113th.... 420 Switzerland... 320 8.6: 8.6: 6.6.6.6. Paradise (Barnby), 5092 Paradise (Dykes). 509' 8.7: 8-7: 8.8-7. (Iambic.) Attolle Paulum.. 511 Judgment Hymn. 484 74.77. Lacrymae..632 S. Philip... 63' '7.7474. Ancient Litany. 5212 Brasted. 408' Ciarion...98, 373'Ely.58 Evle r m ore...238 Hernlein.... 49 Innocents.... 4222 Lichfield... 472, 4082 Lubeck... 182 Monkland.... 305' Nuremberg...220 Pleyel's hymn..449 Posen.....164 Pruen..:: 163 Redhead 45 47' Redhead 47, 59, 81, 91',252 S. Bees, 33, 912, 3732, 5211 S. Lucian.... 401' Submission.. 445, 525 University College, 477 Vienna... 305', 422' Weber.... 340,466 Whitney.... 98' Wolhayes.. 401', 523 72L74.7 (With Alleluia.) Wirtemberg... 106 Worgan...99 9

Page  10 10 METRICAL INDEX. HYMN HYMN 7.7: 7.7 7.7. S. Thomas.... 1 Dix.. 45, 302 Saxe-Weimar. 5053 Hallett....111, 247 Sicilian Mariner's. 165 Lux Prima... 3312 8.7 8.7 8.7. Petra..... 3912 Benedic Anima..5292 Ratisbon... 331 Dulce Carmen, 430, 506t, Redhead 76. 86, 90, 3911 5291 Rosefield.. 209,465 Regent Square..282 S. Athanasius.. 140 S. Agatha.... 5062 Toplady.. 3913, 531 Verona....350 8.7: 8.7 7.7. Albert.... 3423 7.7: 7.7: 7.7: 7.7. All Saints. 107 Benevento.. 31, 541 Edgbaston... 3421 Berlin...... 42 Edom.. 77 Durham.... 542 Evensong. 3422 Hollingside. 3931 Irby...... 233 Honiton.... 144R m 92 M3aidstone.... 200' Requie Maidstone Resurrection 1072 Martyn... 3933, 5322 Mount Carmel.. 5321 8.8.7: 8.8.7. Rapture.... 494 Evangelists... 272 S. Fabian.... 3932 8.4.7 8.4.7. S. George's, Wind- Franc..... 330 sor.... 2002, 306 Salsburgh.... 100 8.4: 8.4: 8.8.8.4. Spanish Chant.. 53 Nutfield... 3441 Watchman... 43 Southgate's.. 3442 7.7: 7.7: 7.7: 7.7: 7.7. 8.5: 8.3. Corelli..... 82 Geneva..... 5142 Mendelssohn... 17 S.StephentheSaba7.7.7.5. ite...... 5143 Capetown.... 5272 Stephanos.... 514 Charity.... 527 8.7:8.4. 8.7: 8.7. Wave..... 264 (Iambic.) 8.88. Dominus regit me. 464 Dies Irae.... 483 8.7: 8.7. 7.7: 7.7: 8.7. (Trochaic.) Arimathea... 1011 Batty... 84 Easter.... 1012 Brocklesbury.. 392, 213 7.8 7.8* 7.7 Debenham.. 202, 391 Consolation... 263' Meinhold.... 2632 Holy Child. 223 Holy Voices... 20 7.8: 7.8: 4. Lowestoft.... 4332 Lindisfarne.. 1042 Peace..... 168 S. Albinus... 1041 S. Oswald.. 4233, 5301 6.5:6.5. Sharon..... 4231 Fulstow.. 2253 Stutgard, 162,385,4232,4331 Guidance. 2252 Tender Shepherd. 352 Merrial. 225 Trust.16', 370, 469, 5302 S. Mark... 443 8.7: 8.7: 8.7: 8.7. 6.5 6.5:6.5:6.5. Alla Trinita Beata. 4542 k H n Austria... 190Greek Hymn.. 74 Deerhurst.. 236 Magdalena.. 443 Freiburg.... 456r Freiburg...42 Penitence.... 4433 ona.4543. Andrew of Crete, 68 LuxEoi-: 76 S. Gertrude... 232 Moultrie.... 1892 8.8.8.6. Rex Gloriae... 4311 Balfour..... 3924 Salvator.... 2362 Confidence... 3923 Sanctuary. 1891,4312 Miserecordia.. 3922 Weston.... 456 S. Crispin.... 392' Witima.... 4541 8.8.8.4. 8.7: 8.7:4.7. Brookfield.. 3942 Communion... 381 Gratitude.... 394 Coronae.... 115 Hanford.... 3943 Gilbert's.... 5052 Riseholme..... 3944 Jesu, Bone Pastor. 229 Troyte, No. 1.. 256 Judgment.... 481 Victory (Alleluia) 103 Miriam..... 292 Miriam.. 292 8.8.6: 8.8.6. Oliphant 505 Redemption... 109 Regent Square. 24,145, 282 8.6: 8.6: 8.8. S. Columbanus.227,288 Palmyra.... 3232 S. Luke...... 88 Wessex...... 323' HYMN 8.6: 8.6:4.4: 8.8. Resignation... 257 8.7: 8.7: 5.5.5.6.7. Ein' Feste Burg.. 397 7.6: 7.6: 8.8. Malmesbury... 3412 S. Anatolius... 341' 7.6: 7.6. Cluny.... 4912 Eden..... 248' S'fAlphege. 2482, 491' 7.6: 7.6: 7.6: 7.6. Abingdon.... 5 Aurelia..... 202 Chenies..... 2911 Ewing..... 493 Holy Church.. 64 Lancashire... 872 Mehul (with cho.). 219 Missionary Hymn, 283, 2912 O Bona Patria.. 492 Paradise.... 175 Passion Chorale.. 871 Pearsall. 490 Rotterdam..105,160 S. Edith.. 10 S. Theodulph (with cho.)..... 72 Zoan.... 34, 362 7.6: 7.6: 7.7(8): 7.6. Amsterdam... 4471 Beethoven.... 4472 llfracombe... 428 7.7.4: 6.6: 6.4. Caput..... 198 6.7: 6.7: 6.6: 6.6. Marenzo.. 303,308 6.6.6.6. S. Cecilia.... 71 Via Crucis.... 72 6.6: 6.6:6.6:6.6. Beulah..... 317' Pax..... 2542 S. Lawrence... 254 S. Margaret... 3172 6.6: 6.6: 4.4.4.4. Christ Church.. 118 Darwall.. 148, 307, 411 Gopsal... 152 Harewood...143, 279 S. Godric.... 157 S. Mildred.... 197' Zebulon.... 1972 6.6.6.4: 8.8.4. Ecce Agnus... 80 6.4: 6.4: 6.6.4. Bethany.... 5072 S. Edmund... 5071 6.4: 6.6. S. Columba... 3541 Twilight.... 3542 6.6.8.4: 6.6.8.4. Leoni..... 141 6.6.4: 6.6.6.4. America.... 3091 Fiat Lux.... 1462 Harlan..... 3092 Moscow..1461, 428 Olivet..... 237 HYMN 6.4: 6.4: 6.4: 6.4. Margaretting... 265 8.6: 8.4. S. Cuthbert... 132 5.5.5.5: 6.5.6.5. Onward.... 472 9.8: 9.8. Eucharistic Hymn. 207 10.10.10.10. Ellers.... 169,3351 Eventide.... 3353 Langran.... 67 Pax Di.... 155 Russian Hymn. 36 Troyte, No. 1.. 3353 10.10:10.10:.110.10. Carmel..... 3491 S. Winifred... 3492 Yorkshire.... 21 10.6: 10.6: 10.10. Tolman..... 457 10.4: 10.4: 10.10. Lux Benigna... 512 10.6: 10.6: 7.6: 7.6. Heaven..... 497 10.10.7. Alleluia Perenne. 4322 Endless Alleluia. 4321 10.10.10. ( With Alleluia.) Cloisters.... 1861 Sarum.... 187 Troyte, No. 2.. 1862 11.8.12.9. (Irregular.) Rosslyn.... 226 11.10: 11.10. Folsom.. 372 Webbe..... 371 11.11.11.11. (Irregular.) Frederick.... 93 Walmer.... 398 11.10: 11.10: 9.10. Pilgrims.... 4852 Vox Angelica.. 4851 11.12: 12.10. Nicaea..... 138 5.5.5.5: 6.5:6.5. Hanover... 406, 519 Lyons..... 35 8.8.8.8. (Dactylic.) Devotion.... 339 12.12.12.12. (Dactylic.) Scotland.... 384 Sullivan.... 266 (Irregular.) Adestes Fideles. 19, 25 Avison... 23 Creator Spiritus. 1372 Medford.... 526 S. Basil. 108 Troyte, No. 2... 425 Veni Creator... 137

Page  11 ~Iot of tutljors aun' iransIatoro, witI4 %1ThntnO HYMN Adams, Mrs. S. F. (d. 1849).....50 Addison, J. (d. 1719)... 269, 426, 50-4, 508' Alexander, Mrs. C. F. (b. 1823), 91, 107, 178, 231, 2330, 292, 380 Alexander, Rev. J. W. (d. 1839). 87 Alford, Rev. HI. (d. 1871).214, 306 Allen, Rev. J. (d. 1804)... 84 Ambrose, Saint (d. 397),. 54, 35'5, 356, 357, 359 Anatolius, Saint (d. 458)..265, 341 Andrew of Crete, Saint (d. 732)....68 Anonymous, 99, 125, 127, 173, 180, 181, 210, 223', 227, 264, 273, 290, 295, 310, 373, 390, 496, 522, 526 Arnold, Rev. T. (d. 1842)... 330 Anber, Miss HI. (d. 1862)... 132 Baker, F. (d. 1616).495 Baker, Rev. Sir I-L W. (d. 1877) 305, 31'2, 31'7, 464 Bakewell, Rev. J. (d. 1819). 76 Barbauld, Mrs. A. L. (d. 1825).156, 261, 302 Baxter, Rev. R. (d. 1691).486 Beddome, Rev. B. (d. 1795). 239, 271 Benson, Rev. R. M. (b. 1830)...182 Bernard of ClairvauLx, Saint (d. 1153).87, 455 Bernard of Cluny, Saint (d. ab. 1150), 490, 491, 492, 493 Bethune, Rev. G. W. (d. 1862) 97 Bickersteth, Rev. E. H. (b. 1825) 388 Bohemian Brethren... 106 Bonar, Rev. H. (b. 1808) 28, 254, 528 Borthwick, Miss J. (b. 1825).. 5, 291 Bowdler, Rev. J. (d. 1815)....452 Bowring, Sir J. (d. 5872)... 43 Bridges, M. (b. 1800) 80;, 116, 198, 234 Brooks, Rev. Charles T. (b. 1814)..309 Browne, Rev. S. (d. 1732).131 Brnce, M. (d. 1767)..222 Byrom, J. (d. 1765)...21 Cameron, Rev. W. (d. 1811),.. 177, 475 Campbell, R. (d. 1868).. 100, 272 Carlyle, Rev. J. D. (d. 1804). 69 Caswall, Rev. E. (d. 1878)..25, 74, 345, 455, 458 Cawood, Rev. J. (d. 1852)... 20 Cennick, Rev. J. (d. 1755). 1, 449 Chandler, Rev. J. (d. 1876). 12, '48, 279, 358 Collyer, Rev. W. B. (d. 1854).247, 484 Conder, J. (d. 1855)..209, 323 Cooper, J. (1812)... 142 Cosin, Bishop J. (d. 1672)..137 Cotterill, Rev. T. (d. 1823)... 148 Cowper, W. (d. 1800), 365, 383, 435, 445, 446, 502, 521 Cox, Miss F. E. (1841)... 104 Croswell, Rev. W. (d. 1851)..300 Cunning-ham.....262 De Wolfe, J. (d. 1857)... 453 Dickson, Rev. ID. (d. 16602) 495 Dix, W. C. (b. 1837)... 45 Doane, Bishop G. W. (d. 1859).. 8, 340, 501 Doddridge, Rev. P. (d. lY51), 15, 30, 171, 192, 205, 206, 212, 217, 235, 296, 297, 304, 326, 327, 348, 371, 376, 476, 482 Dryden, J. (d. 1700).129 Duffleld, Rev. G. (b. 1818).229 Duncan, Mrs. M. L. (d. 1840) 352 Dwight, Rev. T. (d. 1817).. 191 East, J. (1836).. 468 Eastburn, Rev. J. W. (d. 1819)...139 HYMN Edmeston, JT. (d. 1867). 506 Ellerton, Rev. J. (b. 1826)..159, 169, 346, 452 Elliott, Miss C. (d. 1871).256, 392, 394 Elven, Rev. C. (b. 1797)... 71 Evans, Rev. J. (d. 1809)....88 IFaber, Rev. F. W. (d. 1863). 89, 338; 460, 485, 509 Fawcett, Rev. J. (d. 1817)..... 15 Fortunatns, Bishop V. (d. 609) 79 Francis, Rev. B. (d. 1799) 152 Frank, J. (d. 1677)... 308 Gellert, C. F. (d. 1769)......104 Gerhardt, Rev. P. (d. 1676)... 87 Gibbons, Rev. T. (d. 1785) 101 Gilman, Mrs. C. (b. 1794)... 444 Gisborne, Rev. T. (d. 1846)... 325 Godescalcus (d. 950)... 425 Gould, Rev. S. B. (b. ab. 1840)..232 Grant, Sir It. (d. 1838) 53, 250, 519 Grigg, Rev. J. (d. 1768)... 218 Griswold, Bishop A. V. (d. 1843)..145 Gurney, Rev. J. H. (d. 1862)...251 Guyon, Madame (d. 1717)..457 Hammond, Rev. W. (d. 1783)....463 Rart, Rev. J. (d. 1768). 35 67, 381 Raweis, Rev. T. (d. 1820)... 65 Heath, Rev. G. (b. 1781)... 470 Heber, Bishop R. (d. 1826), 2, 4, 37, 138, 176, 201, 207, 224, 266, 283, 344 Heginbotham, Rev. 0. (d. 1768). 351 Hensley, L. (1868)... 7 Binds, Bishop S. (d. 1872)... 241 Row, Bishop W. W. (b. 1823), 10, 33, 186, 187, 299, 362 Hotton, J. (d. 1795)... 158 Irons, Rev. W. J. (b. 1812).....483 John of Damascus, Saint (d. 760)..105 Joyce, Rev. J. (d. 1850)..294 Keble, Rev. J. (d. 1866), 136, 172, 240, 248, 329, 336 Keith G. (1787)... 398 Kelly, Rev. T. (d. 1855), 77, 78, 102, 114, 115, 118, 342 Ken, Bishop T. (d. 1711) 332, 333 Kothe, Rev. W. (1561)... 405 Key, F. S. (d. 1843)... 307, 454 King, J. (1830)...219 Kyle, R. W. (1775)... 133 Laurenti, L. (d. 1722).5 Leland, Rev. J. (d. 1841)... 334 Logan, Rev. J. (1781) 41i, 18,3, 215, 524 Luke, Mrs. J. (b. 1813)... 226 Luther, Rev. M. (d. 1546)....397, 511 Lyte, Rev. H. F. (d. 1847). 200, 236, 335, 520, 529 Mackay, Mrs. M. (1832)... 260 Madan, Rev. M. (d. 1790) I Maitland, Miss F. M. (1827)... 477 Malan, Rev. C. (d. 1857).97 Maul, Bishop R. (d. 1848). 81, 431 Marriott, Rev. J. (d. 1825).... 146 Mason, Rev. J. (d. 1694).149, 347 Maude, Mrs. M. F. (1848).. 238 Medley, Rev. S. (d. 1799).374, 429 Meinhold, Rev. J. W. (d. 1851)..263 Merrick, Rev. J. (d. 1769).. 199 11

Page  12 12 LIST OF AUTHORS AND TRANSLATORS, WITH HYMNS. HYMN Metrical Psalms, 6, 11, 38, 50, 51, 52, 55, 60, 94, 95, 110, 112, 120, 121, 122, 155, 162, 185, 193, 194, 196, 221, 243, 244, 245, 258, 277, 278, 280, 281, 285, 301, 316, 319, 320, 322, 363, 366, 368, 377, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 420, 421, 423, 427, 436, 437, 438, 439, 448, 451, 49~,_499, 500, 503, 510, 517, 518 Meyfart, J. M. (1630).497 Middleton, Bishop T. F. (d. 1822) 61 Milman, Rev. H. H. (d. 1868).. 73, 82, 252 Monsell, Rev. J. S. B. (d. 1875)....64 Montgomery, J. (d. 1854), 24, 34, 42, 86, 126, 130', 144, 163, 166, 211, 220, 230, 270, 275, 298, 400, 404, 422, 443, 466, 469, 489, 494, 513 Morrison, Rev. J. (d. 1798). 27 Moultrie, Rev. J. (1858).92 Muhlenberg, Rev. W. A. (d. 1877).23, 93, 195, 213 Neale, Rev. J. Mvi. (d. 1866), 13, 68, 72, 79, 105, 265, 276, 282, 341, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 359, 425, 430, 490, 491, 492, 493, 514 Nelson, Earl (b. 1823). 14, 175 Newman, Rev. J. H. (b. 1801). 52 Newton, Rev. 'J. (d. 1807), 31, 75, 164, 168, 190, 246, 249, 350, 378, 395, 399, 401, 450, 465, 481 Noel, Rev_. G. T. (d. 1851).... 255 Oakeley, Rev. F. (b. 1802).19 Ogilvie, Rev. J. (d. 1814).419 Olivers, Rev. T. (d. 1799). 141 Onderdonk, Bishop H. U. (d. 1858), 35, 59, 134, 286, 293, 379, 442, 479, 525 Ordinal, The.274 Palmer, Rev. R. (b. 1808). j8237 Paris Breviary. 12, 32, 4,358 Patrick, Rev. J. (d. 1695)...203 Perronet, Rev. E. (d. 1792). 424 Pope, A. (d. 1744).36 Pott, Rev. F. (1861).103 Proctor, Miss A. A. (b. 1825)..337 Prynne, Rev. G. R. (1868)... 225 Raffles, Rev. T. (d. 1863).253 Rinkart, Rev. M. (d. 1649). 303 Robinson, 0-. (1842).197 Robinson, Rev. R. (d. 1790). 370, 385 Rodigast; S. (1675)..257 Roman Breviary..100 Russell, Rev. A. T. (b. 1806) log.. 0 Ryland, Rev. J. (d. 1825)... 523 Sarum Breviary.282 " 1Scotch Paraphrase".390 Scott, Miss E. (1769).148 Scott, Rev. T. (d. 1776)...58, 101 HYMN Scott, Sir W. (d. 1832)'. 3 Seagrave, Rev. R. (b. 1693)... 447 Sears, Rev. E. H. (d. 1876). 22, 26 Shirley, Rev. W. (d. 1786).84, 165, 375 Shrubsole, Rev. WV. (d. 1797).287, 314 Silesius, Rev. A. (d. 1677)..461 Smith, S. J. (d. 1835)..328 Smyttan, Rev. G. H. (1856)..49 Stammers, J. (b. 1801)..472 Steele, Miss A. (d. 1778), 56, 66, 151, 174, 204, 311, 343, 360, 372, 440, 487 Stennett., Rev. J. (d. 1713).153 Stennett, Rev. S. (d. 1795).. 85 Stephen the Sabaite, Saint (d. 794).514 Stone, Rev. 5;- J. (1866). 67, 202 Stowell, Rev. HI. (d. 1865)..403 Tate, N. (d. 1715)..18 Tersteegen, G. (d. 1769). 62, 515 Theodulph, Saint (d. 821)..72 Thomas of Celano (thirteenth century) 3, 483 Thornby. 384 Toke, Mrs. E. (b. 1812)....113, 179 Tonna, Mrs. (Charlotte Elizabeth) (d. 1846). 268 Toplady, Rev. A. M. (d. 1778)..339, 391, 531 Tuttiett, Rev. L. (b. 1825).9 Voke, Mrs. (1803).290 Von Canitz, Baron (1654)..330 Ware, Rev. H., jun. (d. 1843)...108 Watts, Rev. I. (d. 1748), 29, 40, 44, 57, 83, 96, 119, 123, 124, 128, 143, 147, 150, 154, 157, 161, 177, 184, 208, 228, 259, 284, 289, 313, 321, 324, 361, 364, 367, 369,,382, 386, 453, 459, 462, 471, 473, 488 Wesley, Rev C. (d. 1788), 1, 16, 17, 39, 47, 54, 70, 98, 117, 119, 170, 188, 216, 318, 331, 387, 389, 393, 396, 402, 428, 434, 456, 467, 474, 478, 532 Wesley, Rev. J. (d 1791) 62, 461, 480, 515 Wharton, Rev. F (b. 1820)...511 White, Rev. H. K. (d. 1806). 46, 477, 516 Whiting, W. (b. 1825).. 267 Whittingham, Bishop W. R. (b. 1805).397, 497 Whytehead, Rev. T. (d. 1842)... 90 Williams, Miss H. M. (d. 1827)..441 Williams, Rev. I. (d. 1865)... 63 Williams, Bishop J. (b. 1817)..ill Williams, Rev. W. (d. 1791)..288, 50'5, 530 Winkworth, Miss C. (d. 1878), 106, 257, 263, 303, 308 Wordsworth, Bishop C. (b. 1807), 140, 160, 189, 242, 349, 527 Xavier, Francis, Saint (d. 1552). 458 Zinsendorf, Count (d. 1760)..4801

Page  13 Liost of (romposcroz, tiitt qrunei. UY2IN Albert'leinrich (d. 1651)...3423 Anonymous, 3, 4, 13, 18, 23, 261, 53, 74, 80, 84, 106, 107', 107'2, 1122, 1172, 129, 141, 1561, 1562, 159, 161, 164, 165, 168, 176', 182, 185, 193, 206, 2102, 220, 222, 22,3, 224, 230, 2312, 234, 242, 248', 2491, 253, 257, 258, 259, 2602, 262, 2632, 264, 272, 273', 2742, 280, 281, 296, 3092, 310, 311, 3172, 320, 326, 327, 336'1, 3382, 339, 3492, 351, 332, 376, 388, 389, 396, 397, 420, 4222, 4232, 427, 433', 437, 438, 439, 4442, 4542, 452, 46, 40, 46, 487, 488, 490, 4912, 4952, 501, 5052, 510', 5102, 5132, 5142, 5143, 5212, 526, 5272, 532' Arne, Dr. T. A. (d. 1778).215, 255, 426 Avison, C. (d. 1770)... 23 B., W. C..2602 Bach, J. S. (d. 11750),. 100 Balfour..3924 Baker, H1. (d. 1835)...150, 312, 416 Baker, Sir H. W. (d. 1877)..5141 Barkworth, S. M... 72, 1462 Barnby, J. (b. 1838).1862, 187, 2252, 3932, 4321, 5092 Bartholemon, F. H. (d. 1808)..332 Beethoven, L. (d. 1827), 46, 1242, 294, 3182, 4402, 4472, 448, 450 Bond, H. (d. 1792)..194, 319 Bortnianski, D. (d. 1825)... 2182, 375 Bye, W. (d. 1779). - 4232 Bradbuy.~ id 868).. 71, 166, 260' Brown, A. H1. (b. 1830). 64, 108, 265, 359, 412 Brow-n-Bortliwick, R. (b. 1840), 1422, 1542, 3432, 357, 367 Burney, Dr. Chas. (d. 1814),'120, 192, 287, 301, 418', 503 Bur-owes, J. F. Cd. 1852)..123, 363, 415 Calkin, J. B. (b. 1827) '....534, 401' Carey, H. (d. 1743). 9 201, 241, 3091, 461, 504 Cecil, Lord B. 109, 4332 Chamberlain, G. B.. 3923 Chetham, John (1724)..471 Chope, H. R. (b. 1830)..327 Claribel.32,213 Clarke, JT. Cd. 1707).196, 384, 417 Cobb, G.... 1892 Corelli Cd. 1713)... 82 Courteville, H. Cd. 167~5)... 4002 Cramer, F... 2631, 5062 Crag~elius.. 275 Cruger, J. (d. 1662)... 303, 308 Cuff, C. H. (b. 1841)... 226 Darley, W. H. (d. 1872)... 295 Darwall, J. (d. 1789) 148li, 30,7, 411 Day's Psalter (1562).32, 1763, 420 Deane, J. H...350 Denby (1686)..1762, 21'7, 2415, 278 Dickinson, C. J. Cb. 1822).. 70, 1541 Dykes, J. B. (d. 1876), 14, 272, 33, 51, 542, 68, 73, 80, 89, 912, 94, 1012, 1042, 113, 128, 132, 138, 1392, 153', 155, 157, 1882, 189', 210', 211', 251, 267, 325, 341', 348', 3732, 393', 394', 402, 4233, 4312, 435, 441', 4432, 445, 446, 4532, 464, 483, 485', 496', 5091, 512, 516, 521', 525, 528, 530' Elvey, Sir G. J. (b. 1816).116, 2002, 306, 392', 434 Este, M. (d. ab. 1640)... 136 Ewing, Alexander (b. 1830)...493 Farrant, R.' Cd. 1585). 29 Filby, F. 38 472' Flood, E......144' Franc, G. Cd. 1570), 277, 289, 330, 4052, 4052, 409, 4182 Franc, M. (d. 1639).497.' Garland....1372 Gauntlett, Dr. H. J. Cd. 1876), 162, 262, 104', 181, 233, 238, 24822, 385, 3944~, 463, 477, 4912, 5182 Geer, Rev. G. J. Cb. 1821)... 20', 147', 334 German, 84, 106, 107', 1072, 159, 161, 182, 220,.2632, 272, 2732, 310, 320, 3361, 351, 376, 397, 4232, 427,, 433, 439,'4562, 4912, 4952, 527*2 Giardini, F. Cd. 1796).... 146', 428 Gilbert, W. B. Cb. 1829).130, 198, 2002, 2,342, 5052 Giornivichi Cd. 1804)....'..177 Glaser, C. G. Cd. 1829). 95, 365, Goss, Sir J. Cd. 1880) 9,2362, 5292 Gounod, C.... 3312 Greatorex, Thomas Cd. 1831)...5202 Greek Hymn..74:' Grigg. ' 72, 110, 125, 421' Handel, G. F. (.1759), 1191, 152, 180, 243, 364,406,' 474, 476, 519, Harland, Rev. E. 4012, 443', 523 Harrison, Rev. R. (d: 1810), 38', 442, 122, 1472, 284,, 2992, 313, 316, 499, 500. Hart, W. H...459 Harwood, E. Cd. 1787).419 Hassler, H. L. Cd. 1612)... 87' Hastings, Dr. Thomas Cd. 1872), 69', 3912, 403, 531 Hatton, J. Cd. 1793). 1172, 235' Havergal,' Rev. W. H. Cd. 1870), 34, 41, 127, 362, 467'Haw~els, Rev. T. Cd. 1820)... 40, 149, 360 Haydn, F. J. Cd. 1809), 35,151, 190,250, 314, 452, 4531, 494, 508 Haydn, MI. C?) (d. 1806)..40, 506', 5291 Hlayne, Rev. L. G. (b. 1836) 7', 28 Heinlein, M....49' Riles, Dr. H.8,S6, 300', 329,2, 337 Hodges, Dr. E. Cd. 1867)..199', 208, 442;, Hodges, Miss F. H. 3412 Hodges, Rev. J. S. B. (b. 1830).207 Holden, 0. 'Cd. 1844) '... 4242 Hopkins, E. J. Cb. 1818)..140, 169, 323', 335'L Hopkins, Rev. J. H. (b. 1820)....137' Homne, Mrs.' 431 Horsiey, W. Cd. 1858).2,31' Howard, Dr. S. Cd. 1782).. 60 Husband, Rev. E...10 "Hymns of the Eastern Church" (1863).514' Ilifl'e, F.. '535 Irons, H. S. (b. 1834).345', 366, 4962 Isaac, H. (b. 1440).. 293 Jewish Melody..141 Jones, Rev. W. (d. 1800),. -214, 390 Killick.58 King, J... 484 Kingsley, G. b. 1811)..93 Knapp, W. Cd. 1768), 522, '1391',162, 2492, 271', 276, 414, 4291, 498 Knecht, J. H. Cd. 1817).10, 3052, 422 Kocher, C. (b. 1786)..45, 302 13

Page  14 14 LIST OF COMPOSERS, WITH TUNES. IIYMN La Fe!ihie, F. de (eighlteenth century).. 317' Lahee, H1. (b. 1826)... 121, 3721 Lane, S... 4433 Langran, J. (b. 1835).. 67, 2361, 292 "ILaudi Spirituali"1 (1585).. 4542 Lindley, T...5181 Lockhart, C. (d. 1815) 442, 244 Lwof, Alexis (d. 1870).36 Macdonald, Rev. A. -1763 Maclagan, Bishop W. D. (b. 1826) 472, 4082 Madan, Rev. M. (d. 1790).-369 Malan, Rev. C. H. A. (d. 1864).. 209, 465 Marsh, S. B. (d. 1875).. 3933, 5322 Mason, Dr. L. (d. 1872), 2, 6, 11, 12, 30, 50, 52', 56, 57, 78, 79, 85, 102, 124', 133, 135, 1532, 158, 171, 172, 197'2, 1992, 204, 211', 237, 261, 283, 2912, 298, 315, 3181, 328, 346,353, 354, 361, 368, 371, 3722, 377, 382, 386, 409', 410, 440', 460', 470, 482, 505', 507' Matthews, T. R. (b. 1826).. 533, 2253, 291' Mlehul, E. H. (d. 1817). I,219 Mendelssolin-Bartholdy, F. (d. 1847), 16', 17, 370, 391', 469, 511, 515, 530' Miller, Dr. E. (d. 1807).. 8, 205' Monk, W. H. (b. 1823), 63', 115, 3352, 338', 344', 432' Mornington, Earl of (d. 1781).. 55, 268, 489 Mozart, J. C. W. G. (d. 1791). 372, 3042, 374 Muhlenberg, Rev, W. A. (d. 1877).. 88, 454' Murphy, Thomas P. (1877).. 324', 3432 Nageli, H. G. (d. 1836).... 479, 513' Nares, Dr. J. Cd,. 1783)..134, 212, 447' "Narrative Hymns"~... 168 Neander, Rev. J. (d. 1680).. 331' Newport, W. (b. 1839)... 227, 288 Novello, V. (d. 1861)..1 Oakeley, Sir H. S. (b. 1830).. 336', 522 Old Melodies.4, 18, 80 Old Tune.I.. 8, 222,296, 326 Oliver, Gen. H. K. (b. 1800), 114', 131, 205', 218', 240, 270, 387, 444' "Oratory Hymns," 112', 117', 193, 230, 253, 388, 455' Ouseley, Rev. F. A. G. (b. 1825)... 163 Palestrina, G. P. (d. 1594).. 103 Pigou.. 66', 221, 455' Plain Song.. 13 " Playford's Psalter 1' (1671).. 48, 259, 311 Pleyel, I. (d. 1831), 62, 96, 142', 321, 441', 449, 473, 480 Prussian Air.42 Read, D. (d. 1836).179 Reading, J. (d. 1692). 19, 25 Itea'y, S. 478 Redhead, H. (b. 1820), 20', 39', 47', 59, 81, 86, 90, 91', 252, 355, 391' Reinagle, A. H. (d. 1877). 114', 395, 524 Richardson, J.. 458' Rimbault, E. F. (d. 1876).,.982, 3731 IIYMN Roe, J. E. (d. 1871). 225', 456' Roper", C. F. 43, 1011, 495t, Rossini (d. 1868). 184, 322, 453' Rousseau, J. J. (d. 1778). 381 " S. Alban's Tune Book " (1865), 223, 224, 248', 262 " S. Gall. Cath. Gesangbuch"...490 Schachner, J. R. 3i52 Sclhulthes, WV. (d. 1879).. 92 Scotch Melody.. 437 Scotch 1Psalter (1560).. 206, 258, 280, 438 Shepherd, J. H.. 111, 247 Shrubsole, W. (d. 1829).... 424'1 Sicilian Air.165 Sidebotham, J. S. (b. 1835) j 5 Smart, H. (d. 1879), 24, 77, 87', 145, 282, 349', 392', 431, 485' Smith, I. (d. ab. 1800) 66', 188', 216, 269, 4752 Southgate, T. B. (d. 1868). 3442, 3942 Spohr, Dr. 1. (d. 1859). 399, 451, 458' Stainer, Dr. J. (b. 1840). 254', 4543, 527' Steggall, Dr. C. (b. 1826). 118, 1971 Stiast~y.. 379 Sullivan, A. S. (h. 1842), 63', 76, 232, 266, 394', 492, 507' Summers, J. (1863)..323' Sweetser, J. E. (d. 1873)..97 Tallis, T. (d. 1585)...274', 333 Tansur, W. (d. 1783). 191, 195, 28'5, 413, 462 Tel lefsen, T. D. A. (d. 1874)... 299' Teschner, M. Cab. 1600).. 72 Tilleard, J.. 342' Tours, B. (h. 1838). 05, 119', 160 Troyte, A. H. D. (d. 1857). 186', 256, 3353, 425 Tuckerman, S. P. (h. 1819)... 324' Tye, C. (d. 1580).. 15 Venua, F. M. A. (b. 1788).. 304', 407 Wainwright., J. (d. 1768)... 21 Walter, W. H. (b. 1825)....228 Warren, N. B...98' Webbe, S. (d. 1816), 31, 37', 54', 126, 173, 329', 342', 347, 358, 380, 404 Weber Cd. 1826).340, 466 Weber, Frederic (b. 1819) 175 Weimar, P.... 408' Weiss, Lewis H.... 457 Wesley, S. S. (d. 1876) 14,3, 20,2, 279 Wheall, W. (d. 1745) 203, 502, 517 W~ilkes, J. P... 305', 520' Willcox, J. H. Cd. 1875).... 29 Willing, C. E.... 178 W illis, H. S. (b. 1819)... 22 Wilson, H., 69', 75', 183, 239, 286, 378, 383, 436, 486 Woodman, J. C. (b. 1813). 170 Zeuner, C. Cd. 1857), 61, 75', 112', 246, 273', 290, 348', 4292' 475'

Page  15 Jntex of text0, witi apmnsn. The asterisk.denotes the Psalter translation. GENE SIS. Ch. Ver. Hymn 1: 2.... 129 1: 3..... 146 1: 28...... 247 2: 10..... 272 5 24..... 435 17 1..... 318 19 17;... 384 28 12... 22 28: 15'....269, 398 28: 16...... 152 32: 26..... 402 EXoDUS. 3 15..... 141 14: 15...... 477 15.... 108 15:-21..... 100 25 22.. 154, 161, 403 33: 22.....391, 531 NUMBERS. 10: 33..... 506 DEUTERONOMY. 26: 17..... 239 31: 6..... 232 1 KINGS. 8: 29...... 275 9: 3..... 279 2 CHRONICLES. 14: 11. 326 JOB. 7: 16..... 93 9: 2..... 382 14: 11, 12.... 524 38: 7..... 422 PSALMS. 2 7..... 110 3 4..... 446 4: 8...334, 341 4: 9*..... 342 5: 3*..... 354, 5 8..... 254 6: 1*..... 50 8: 1..... 417 13: 5..... 369 16: 9*..... 95, 325 17: 16..... 96 '8: 1*.. 437, 457, 461 8: 9*.... 500 19: 1..... 508 19: 4*..... 186 19: 7*..... 363 PSALMS. Ch. Ver. 22: 19*. 23: 1 23 5. 24: 7 25: 3*. 26: 6*. 26 8 8 27 1 1 28 8*. 29 10*. 29 11 31 15 31: 27*. 32: 1. 32 7. 33 12 34 1*. 36 5*. 36 7. 36 9. 38 1*. 39 5*. 42: 1* 42: 2*. 43:*. 46: 1* 47: 1. 48 2* 48 14. 50 3. 51: 1* 51 11 51 17 55 17. 57 1*. 57 8 8 62: 1* 63 1. 63 2* 63 6 63 8 65: 1* 65 12. 67: 1* 67 2 2 67 3. 68 4*. 68: 18 71: 1*. 72: 3*. 72:8. 72: 19*. 73: 25. 73: 27*. 77: 19. 78: 15*. ~84: 1*. Hymn.... 66 438, 464, 504. 426.119, 121... 243 ~... 278... 163.. 338. 421 169, 312, 440.. 167 30, 523.... 518... 377.. 253. 309. 415. 498. 364.... 330. 51. 258.155, 451. 452.162, 288. 194.120, 303.. 196.308, 324. 11. 60. 387.... 69... 356 201.235, 414. 439. 320. 520. 358... 459.;. 407.... 302... 313 ~. 285.... 304.... 122. 117. 510. 38.... 284. 34.394, 515. 448. 502.... 512.... 200 PSALMS. Ch. Ver.. Hymn 84: 2..... 157 84: 10..... 147 84: 13*..... 245 86:11..... 385 87: 2...... 193 87:3.... 190 88: 1..... 94 89: 1*..... 454 89: 14..... 174 89: 16.... 503 90: 1..... 31 90: 1..... 29 90: 2.... 140 91:... 319 91: 4..... 333 91:5.;. 359 91: 11....344, 469 92: 2.. 347 92: 4*.. 150, 351 93: 1; 40 93:*.... 427 95: 1*.... 301 96: 2*....145, 220 96:13... 2 97: 1*.... 418 98: 1... 103 100: 1*.. 405, 409, 462 100:.3*.... 277 102:26..... 3 103: 1*.. 413, 429, 499, 529 103: 21..... 182 104:..... 519 104: 1.... 410 104: 24*..,.361, 516 104: 34....257, 444 106: 1*....408, 416 107: 24*.... 267 108: 2*...332, 353 110: 1*... 6 117:1.... 289 118: 14.... 112 118: 17.... 97 118: 24.. 148, 151, 158 119: 2*. 221 119: 10.... 234 119: 33.... 368 119:54.... 360 119:105.. 166, 362 119:105*. *.. 366 119:160..... 365 121:1..... 316 121:3..... 164 121:5...... 343 122: 2*.... 199 122: 6*...191, 281 123:2.... 323 PSALMS. Ch. Ver. Hym1 125: 1*.. 436 127: 1*.. 322 130: 4... 56 130: 5*.... 55, 249 130: 6*'.. 57, 63 132: 7..... 206 132: 8*... 280 132: 9..... 270 133: 1*... 185 135: 1... 307 136:25... 305 139: 1*.... 52, 321 139: 11*...339, 349 139:23..... 62 140: 7...'.. 522 141: 2*..... 340 143: 9....393, 532 144: 2*.... 397 145: '1*... 423 145: 2*..... 370 145: 10*... 425 145:15*... 172 145: 20.... 328 146: 1*.. *. 420 147:3..... 380 148: 1*.. 411 148: 14.... 507 149: 1... 406 150: 6...412,419 PROVERBS. 3: 3..... 228 3: 17.... 222 27:1.... 327 ECCLESIASTES. 4: 12.... 248 11 6..... 298 12 1....., 215 SONG OF SOLOMON. 1: 3..... 395 8: 5..... 250 ISAIAH. 2:2.... 41 6 3....144,431 9:3..... 306 9: 6... 27 21: 11..... 43 26:9....337 35:2..... 286 40:2..... 295 40: 11....229,352 40: 31..... 475 51:9..... 287 52:1..... 192 52:7..... 44 53:2..... 230 53:4.... 252 15

Page  16 16 INDEX OF TEXTS, WITH HYMNS. ISAIAH. Ch. Ver. Hymn 53: 5..... 75 57: 2..... 261 57:15..... 460 59: 19..... 293 59:20..... 13 60 1..... 36 60: 13..... 276 61: 1..... 15 61: 10..... 480 63: 1..... 77 63: 3..... 378 JEREMIAH. 3: 22..... 511 10 24..... 311 31 17..... 263 LAMENTATIONS. 1 12. 81 3 19. 86 3: 22, 23.... 329 3: 24..... 445 EZEKIEL. 33: 11..... 54 36: 26..... 467 39: 21..... 292 43 27..... 244 DANIEL. 9: 19..... 310 JOEL. 2: 13..... 48 2:17..... 173 2: 28..... 126 HABAKKUK. 3: 18..... 442 HAGGAI. 2: 7.... 14, 16 2: 9..... 180 ZECHARIAH. 13: 1..... 383 14: 7..... 346 MALACHI. 3:17..... 238 4: 2..... 331 TOBIT. 13 18..... 432 ECCLESIASTICUS. 51 30..... 490 S. MATTHEW. 1 23..... 181 2: 2... 24, 37, 47 2:10..... 45 3:3..... 12 6:10..... 7 6: 20..... 297 7: 7..... 314 7: 14..... 61 8 25..... 266 13: 8..... 227 14: 25..... 268 14: 27.... 265, 472 19: 14....212, 262 21: 9.....4, 73 S. MATTHEW Ch. Ver. 21: 16.... 25: 6.... 25: 40.... 26: 42.... 27: 35.... 27: 54.... 27: 59-61.. 28: 6.... 28: 9.... S. MARK. 10: 14.... 10: 16.... 13:33.... 15: 46.... 16: 6.... S. LUKE. 2:10.... 2:11.... 2:13.... 2:14.... 2:15.... 2:21.... 2:27.... 2:32.... 2:40.... 4: 1,2... 4:19.... 7:50.... 11: 1.... 11: 9.... 12: 37.... 13: 24.... 14: 17.... 18: 1.... 18:13.... 22 19.... 22: 32.... 23 42.... 24: 29.... 24: 34.... 24:51.... Hymn 72, 219 5. 296. 256. 89 82. 90 * 99. 105 ACTS. Ch. Ver. Hymn 2: 2..... 2: 4..... 2:15..... 2:41..... 3:1..... 4:12...33, 4:30..... 16: 9..... 136 130 355 133 357 373 223 283. 226. 213 8. 92. 98 21, 23. 18. 20. 17 19, 25. 32. 233. 39. 224. 49. 290. 168. 404. 401. 171. 525. 205. 400 71, 389. 211. 443. 65. 335. 107. 165 ROMANS. I: 20......367 5: 5..... 128 5: 8..... 231 8: 14......131 8: 31......390 8: 35......246 8: 39..... 456 11: 23..... 294 11: 36....143, 433 13: 11..... 348 13: 12......485 1 CORINTHIANS. 1: 18..... 78 2: 9..... 497 5: 7, 8.... 111 7: 29..... 28 13: 13..... 527 15 20.. 101, 109, 156 15: 34......58 15: 57...... 526 2 CORINTHIANS. 4: 18..... 487 12: 9..... 237 13: 14..... 142 GALATIANS. 1: 4, 5.... 204 2: 20.... 87, 371 6: 2. 300 6: 14..... 79, 83 EPHESIANS. 1 TIMOTHY. Ch. Ver. Hymn 6: 12..... 471 2 TIMOTHY. 1: 12..... 218 1: 18..... 488 2: 4..... 214 HEBREWS. 1 3..... 76 2: 9... 114,123 2:18..... 53 4: 3..... 195 4: 9....153, 317 4: 11....474, 513 4: 14..... 118 9 12..... 115 11: 13 \. 478, 505, 530 11 16..184, 450, 468, 488 12: 1.. 183, 187, 473 12: 26..... 482 13: 8..... 70 13: 14..... 491 1: 5 1:19 2: 6 2: 7 2: 21 3:22 4:10 5: 7 5: 9 5:11 1 PETER..... 217 74.... 282 ~.... 84..... 486....:. 113...... 299..... 375..... 68..... 208 S. JOHN. 1:14..... 26 1:29..... 80 5:28, 29.... 481 6: 35..... 207 6: 37. 241,381, 388 6: 48..... 210 6:54..... 209 6: 68..... 392 8:12. 350 10: 16..... 291 12: 26....449, 514 14 1,2.... 453 14: 6..... 501 14: 16..... 127 14: 17.... 135, 240 14: 26..... 125 14: 27....441, 465 15: 13..... 372 16: 7..... 132 17: 21..... 197 17: 24.,..124, 466 19: 30... 85, 88 19: 40..... 91 20:1..... 149 20: 22... 137, 274 21: 15....458, 521 1: 7 2:8 2:20 3:8 3:15 3:17 4:7 4:25 5:15 5:23 6:10 6:11..... 67... 376..... 202..... 273..... 188..... 455.170, 271..... 315..... 59..... 198. 216, 470. 242, 434 1 JOHN. 1: 7....379,396 1:9. 64 2: 1....386, 399 5: 21.. 225 REVELATION. 1:5..... 102 1:7. 1 1: 10....159,160 18..... 104 3: 20..... 10 4: 8...138, 428 5: 12.... 203 7: 9..... 189 7: 13.... 494 7: 14...... 177 11: 18.... 484 14 4..... 178 14 5..... 179 15 3. 35, 175, 463 15 4..... 139 17: 14..... 424 19: 3.... 430 19: 6.... 42, 106 19:12.... 116 19: 14..... 176 21: 7..... 492 21: 10....493, 496 21: 23..... 495 22: 16.... 46, 264 22: 17..... 134 22: 20..... 9 PHILIPPIANS. 1 23....255, 509 2: 5..... 251 2: 9..... 374 2: 12..... 479 3 7..... 236 3 14..... 476 3: 20.... 447 1 THESSALONIANS. 4 13..... 259 4: 14.... 260 4: 17..... 489 5 10.... 345

Page  17 CHURCH HYMNAL. i, 8s, 7s, 4. - z'q " Behold, He emneth with clouds; and every eye shall see Him." ST. THOMA& V. Novello. 44- _ _ _ mf I -= 96. Lo! He comes, with clouds de - scend-ing, Once for fa - vour'd sinners slain; - t, -- -_.., -- f I -^- _ z I n- -— fd -3F E s __. - - _ Thousand thousand saints at - tend- ing Swell the tri- umph of His train: IE __I __ -eAl - le- lu - ial Al - le - I - ia! Christ, the Lord, re-turns to reign. A-MEJN. _? -?!2 -f_ J - l~gtf ^^g^F -^^ ^ ^ ^^ &2 wif Ev'ry eye shall now behold Him, Robed in dreadful majesty; p Those who set at nought and sold Him, Pierced, and nail'd Him to the tree, pp Deeply wailing, p Shall the true Messiah see. p Every island, sea, and mountain, Heaven and earth, shall flee away: All who hate Him must, confounded, Hear the trump proclaim the day; Come to judgment, Come to judgment, come away. mf Now redemption, long expected, See in solemn pomp appear: All His saints, by men rejected, Now shall meet Him in the air. f Alleluia! See the day of God appear. f Yea, Amen; let all adore Thee, High on Thine eternal throne: mf Saviour, take the power and glory; Claim the kingdom for Thine own. O come quickly, ff Alleluia! Come, Lord, come. AMPN. M. Madan, 1760; C. Wesley, 1758; J. Cennick, 1752.

Page  18 ADVENT. 2. L.M. MAsoY. 2 L.M. "He cometh to judge the earth." L. Mason, 1830. = 52. The Lord will come: the earth shall quake, The hills their fix - 6d seat for-sake; p _- 2- _- - ___ And, withering from the vault of night, The stars withdraw their feeble light. A - MEN. -^-?- -S ----__ ---. —_-. _ _ cr The Lord will come: but not the same p Can this be He who wont to stray As once in lowly form He came, A pilgrim on the world's highway; A silent Lamb to slaughter led, By power oppress'd, and mock'd by pride? The bruised, the suffering, and the dead. 0 God I is this the Crucified? f The Lord will come: a dreadful form, f Go, tyrants, to the rocks complain; With wreath of flame, and robe of storm, Go, seek the mountain's cleft in vain; On cherub wings, and wings of wind, But faith, victorious o'er the tomb, Anointed Judge of human-kind. Shall sing for joy, The Lord is come. AMEN. Bishop Reginald Heber, 1811. 3, L.M. " They shall perish, but Thou shalt endure." LLA. -o — -_- -_- -_- -- -4 — | 52.That day of wrath, that dread-ful day,When heav'n and earth shall pass a - way, mf - _ _ — J c |_ z -a= -oE -oE- is9 -a_ a IIE < f _ — -f -—. -- --- ---- -_/I! Whatpow'r shall be the sin - ner's stay?ow shall he meet that dread -ful day? A- MEN. -,- _ -— J J _- -~- _ ~= A i ~ --- — r ----..... mJ When, shrivelling like a parched scroll, p O! on that day, that wrathful day, The flaming heavens together roll, When man to judgment wakes from clay, crWhen louder yet, and yet more dread, cr Be Thou, 0 Christ, the sinner's stay, f Swells the high trump that wakes the dead.di Though heaven and earth shall pass away. AMEN. Thomas de Celano, 1230: Tr. Walter Scott.

Page  19 AD ENT. 4, L.M.With chorus. HOSAINA. " Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord; Hosanna in the highest." Old Melody. mf - - 14 — '^^-^Sr -^- C= -_ |- _ _ ' --— @74. Ho-san -na to the liv - ing Lord! Ho - san-na to the in - car-nate Word I.I ' i~ f-f 4 -~- ~6~- 1~-~ -- -O- - To Christ, Cre - a - tor, Sav - iour,King,Let earth, letheav'n, Ho san - - na sing: TII /- -8 — l I --— L --- -— 1- -.... -8-' Ho-sanna,Lord!:1: Hosan-na, Lord! Ho-san -na in the high - estI A - ME. f Hosanna, Lord! Thine angels cry; Hosanna, Lord! Thy saints reply; Above, beneath us, and around, The dead and living swell the sound; ff Hosanna, Lord! Hosanna in the highest! p 0 Saviour, with protecting care, Return to this Thy house of prayer: Assembled in Thy Sacred Name, Where we Thy parting promise claim, f Hosanna, Lord! Hosanna in the highest I mf But, chiefest, in our cleanssed breast, Eternal! bid Thy Spirit rest: And make our secret soul to be A temple pure and worthy Thee. f Hosanna, Lord! Hosanna in the highest! mf So in the last and dreadful day, When earth and heaven shall melt away, cres Thy flock, redeem'd from sinful stain, Shall swell the sound of praise again. ff Hosanna, Lord! Hosanna in the highest! AMEw. Bishop Heber, 1811. * This tune is complete without this repetition: it is inserted for those who prefer the tunie in its old form.

Page  20 AD VENT. 5. 7s. 6s. D. ABnaDom. "Behold the Bridegroom cometh." J. S. Sidebotham. f- -I- -. — = -96. Re - joice, re- joice, be - liev - ers! And let your lights ap - pear; ~1 gE2 - - I... 9 --- 1- E -- -2,: ---- vand d- iuer night is The eve - ning is ad - va - ing, And dark -er night is near. 8-r -l- -^ —a —I-a-a — o-ga-g ____ P~____ ~? ~~ ~ -[ The Bridegroom is a - ris - ing, And soon He will draw nigh; _.-P — _ i i~ r_' ' __ _ Up, pray, and watch,and wres - tie, At mid-night comes the cry. A-ME. mf See that your lamps are burning, f 0 wise and holy virgins, Replenish them with oil; Now raise your voices higher, Look now for your salvation, Till, in your jubilations The end of sin and toil. Ye meet the angel choir. The watchers on the mountain The marriage-feast is waiting, Proclaim the Bridegroom near, The gates wide open stand: Go meet Him as He cometh, Up, up, ye heirs of glorv' f With Alleluias clear. The Bridegroom i. at hand. mp Our hope and expectation O Jesus, now appear; Arise, thou Sun so longed for, O'er this benighted sphere! With hearts and hands uplifted, We plead, O Lord, to see The day of earth's redemption, And ever be with Thee! AMEI. Laurenti, 1700: Tr. Jane Borthwick, 1853.

Page  21 ADVENT. NASH.IL. 6 Six 8s. Ad. L. lason. "The Lord said unto my Lord. Sit Thou on My right hand, until I make Thine enemies Thy footstool." k-= 60. The Lord un- to My Lord thus spake:"Till I Thy foes Thy footstool make, ^ - -. _ _ M -~ -..-_-_ _.;.._ o.. _ _ _,,.._.I, __ _ I -... I _ _ I<^ = -- -- 1 1.- fSit Thou in state at My right hand: Su-preme in Si - on Thou shalt be, -t -4f- -j-_-.-I- --- r --- i - |- - ---- --? -- -- r And allThyproudoppos-ers see Sub - jec-ted to Thyjustcommand. A -MEN. 1. —..... - =.. ---.t. t I f " Thee, in Thy power's triumphant day, The willing people shall obey; And, when Thy rising beams they view, Shall all (redeem'd from error's night) Appear more numerous and bright Than crystal drops of morning dew." mf The Lord hath sworn, nor sworn in vain, That, like Melchizedek's, Thy reign And priesthood shall no period see: Anointed Prince! Thou, bending low, Shalt drink where darkest torrents flow, Then raise Thy head i n victory I AMEN. Psalm ex.

Page  22 ADVENT. 7, (FIRST TUNE.) 6s. S. CEoIrA. '"Thy kingdom come." L. G. Hagne. = 86.Thy king-dom come, O God, Thy reign, O Christ, be - gin; mnf -,- -0 - -- - - ___ 1- 1 i - I-4 ==.g-3 Break with Thine i - ron rod The tyr - an - nies of sin. A-MEN. —. _- _ -- - __ _-.__ _. - a~ -— 1- -~. --- - -— ~ — ~ —1- it --- _ o -~ 9- __ ' — __ ---_-_;......-'-.... '-1 — -~2P a p Where is Thy rule of peace, Revive our longing eyes, And purity, and love? Which languish for Thy sight. When shall all hatred cease, As in the realms above? p Men scorn Thy sacred Name, And wolves devour Thy fold; p When comes the promised time By many deeds of shame That war shall be no more, We learn that love grows cold. Oppression, lust, and crime Shall flee Thy face before? p O'er heathen lands afar Thick darkness broodeth yet: mf We pray Thee, Lord, arise, cr Arise, 0 morning Star, And come in Thy great might; f Arise, and never set. AMENT. i. Hensley, 1868. (SECOND TUNE.) VIA CRUCIs. Barkworth.; f *-a s - g. 1 - - it e -- - — f d =86. Thy king-dom come, O God, Thy reign, O Christ, be - gin; n _f g_ __ -_- -_ - _ _.. — 42 - - -- dJ - B Break with Thinei - ron rod The tyr - an-nies of sin. A- MEN. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  23 ADVENT. 8. C MD. S. LEONARD. I C D. "Take ye heed; watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is." Henry Hiles. y- ei rir i-i 2 -- - I I_____ _n ___I _ __ _ __ __ i I_ ___L- =80.0nce more,O Lord, Thy sign shall be Up - on the heav'nsdis - play'd, __f,_%.... ---! _ 0: _ _~.___ _._ _____ _ _. _ _ __ _-= —"_ z _~_, zi.z__ _-__ _ = L And earth and its in - hab - i - tants Be ter - ri -bly a - fraid: _S- _ _ ____ — - -_ ^_ _ _ _ f2 _ ____ a* #~~h-'- =__ -- ---... ~z: - z_ ---- - _ - -I-=='==:{- 'i=-i —= - -. For not in weakness clad,Thou com'st,Our woes,our sins to bear, dim _- -~ — _- - - - - _ _._. _-. i Fl_ -2;~ _ __ -- - L- __ p The terrors of that awful day, O who can understand? Or who abide, when Thou in wrath Shall lift Thy holy hand? pp The eart h shall quake, the sea shall roar, The sun in heaven grow pale; But Thou hast sworn, and wilt not change, Thy faithful shall not fail. p Then grant us, Saviour, so to pass Our time in trembling here, That when upon the clouds of heaven rShall lift Thy glory shall appear, f Uplifting high our joyful heads, In t riumph we may rise, And enter, with Thine angel train, Thy palace in the skies. AMEN. Bishop G. TW. Doanx.

Page  24 AD VENT. 9. Six 8s. S. PAUL'S, Six 8s. "He saith, Surely I come quickly: Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus." John Goss. -_, j,_',"'-' ',,.- ' - l-, -- - - — 47- -*- — S - =80. Come, quick-ly come, dread Judge of all; For, awful thoughThine Advent be, f __ - P______ - - — 4. -,~ - L- 6-::-t-4 --- - ^..._. All shad-ows from the truth will fall, And falsehood die, in sight of Thee', __:,~- ' m F - _ -- t —+ —,_ __ _-r ~- - |*) -. _ — -_ --- - 1- _-ftf Come, quickly come, great in__ of all; Reign all around us, and within;. Let sin no more our souls enthral, All s had-ows from the truth will fall, And falsehood die, isin: sight of Thee rCome,quickly come:for doubt and fearLike clouds dissolve whenThou artne ar. A-MEt. cr-t _ -e _|_ —_ - — i Caust make Thy scattered people one. -: T'F - "-.....- -^ T^ rgI -. =t -- n I I 1 if/ Come, quickly come, great King of all; Reign all around us, and within; Let sin no more our souls enthral, Let pain and sorrow die with sin: cr Come, quickly come: for Thou alone Canst make Thy scattered people one. mf Come, quickly come, true Life of all; p The curse of death is on the ground; On every home his shadows fall, On wvery heart his mark is found: cr Come, quickly come: for grief and pain f Can never cloud Thy glorious reign. mf Come, quickly come, sure Light of all, p For gloomy night broods o'er our way; And fainting souls begin to fall With weary watching for the day: cr Come, quickly come: for round Thy throne f No eye is blind, no night is known. AMEN. Laurence Tuttiett, 186.

Page  25 ADVENT. 10. 7s. 6s. D. S. EDIH " Behold, I stand at the door and knock." J. f. necht, and E. Husband..,_- ---------- '1 -E.. r-I=.-=:~:- *- -_ — -: -. -, ~_ - ~ _ J___7_ _ __ -o.-...-6~: = 80. 0 Je - sus, Thou art stand - ing Out - side the fast-closed door, _ p _ -a- _ _ - -t - In low - ly pa - tience wait - ing To pass the threshold o'er: i -to$0=1-E I | 1! ~~~~ --- - -— o< t #-, --- ~ -- -- 4 - _-_;_ _-:_:...._... __._ -, o -shamethrie shameup -on us- To keep Him stand-ing there. A- MeN. f _- i ~: We bear thename of Chris-tians, His name and sign we bear, f,- 1 -- -8- 0 — i ' -- -And thorns Thy brow encircle, I died for you, My children, dim 0 sin that hath no equal, Dear Saviour, enter, enter, shame,thriceshameupon us, To keep Him stand-ing there. AMEN. p O Jesus, Thou art knocking: p O Jesus, Thou art pleading And lol that hand is scarrd, In accents meek and low, And thorns Thy brow encircle, I died for you, My children And tears Thy face have marr'd: cl And will ye treat Me so? " cr O love that passeth knowledge, mf O Lord, with shame and sorrow So patiently to wait I We open now the door: dihn O sin that hath no equal, Dear Saviour, enter, enter, p So fast to bar thie gate And leave us nevermore. AMEN. Bishop W. W. _How, 185_ This hymn macy atso be sung at other seasona.

Page  26 ADVENT. 11 Six 8s. NAsnVILLe. "Our God shall come, and shall not keep silence." Ad. L. Mason. ~ - -: '- ~ - ~- ~ -= --- — '-~ - — 60. The Lord hath spoke,the mighty God Hath sent His ummon all abroadFrom dawning light till day declines: i_4. __.. -— ~ --- —- -— 1-1I- t J --- -+-_.f The listening earth His voice hathheard,And He fom Sion hath appear'd,Where beauty in perfection shines.A-MEN. 4 — mp Our God shall come, and keep no more Misconstrued silence as before, But wasting flames before Him send; Around shall tempests fiercely rage, Whilst He does heaven and earth engage His just tribunal to attend. AMEN. Psalm 1. 12, L.M. HEBRbO. "The voice of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, L. Mason. makce His paths straight." d 54. On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry An - nounces that the Lord is nigh; -'9-,- f. ----r — J — 5 f4. Ond,,_ Awake,and hearken,for He brings Glad tidings of the King of kings. A - MEN3. mf Then cleansed be every breast from sin; p To heal the sick stretch out Thine hand, Make straight the way for God within; And bid the fallen sinner stand; Prepare we in our hearts a home, cr Shine forth, and let Thy light restore Where such-a mighty Guest may come. Earth's own true loveliness once more. For Thou art our Salvation, Lord, f All praise, Eternal Son, to Thee, Our Refuge and our great reward: Whose Advent doth Thy people free; dim Without Thy grace we waste away, Whom with the Father we adore, Like flowers that wither and decay. And Holy Ghost for evermore. AMEI, Paris Breviary; Tr. John Chandler, 1837.

Page  27 ADVENT. 1 0 8_ VENI EMMANUEL. 13 a Six 8S. "The Redeemer shall come to Zion." Ancient Plain Song. ~ I - -._... _ =s88. 0 come,O come, Em - man- u- el, And ransom cap-tive Is - ra-el; $I~~~_- - ~. -__L ___ P- 'x- I:[.- -, —'- - - ' l - - - --— i- N-a-? -,.r-_:..... -_ --- -t5-1 — -!_ - __ — — v- -, - That mournsin lone -ly ex -- ile here, Un -til the Son of God ap -pear. P I,F - ff, if a. -t Re-joice! Rejoice! Em - man- u-el Shallcome to Thee,O Is - ra- el! A-MEN. I ff ___ -_'- ~,K ------- mf 0 come, Thou Rod of Jesse, free Thine own from Satan's tyranny; From depths of hell Thy people save, cr And give them victory o'er the grave. ff Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel Shall come to Thee, 0 Israel mf 0 come, Thou Day-Spring, come and cheer Our spirits by Thine Advent here, Disperse the gloomy clouds of night, And death's dark shadows put to flight. ff Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel Shall come to Thee, 0 Israel I mf 0 come, Thou Key of David, come, And open wide our heavenly home; Make safe the way that leads on high, And close the path to misery. ff Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel Shall come to Thee, 0 Israel mf 0 come, 0 come, Thou Lord of Might! Who to Thy tribes, on Sinai's height, In ancient times didst give the law, In cloud, and majesty, and awe. ff Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel Shall come to Thee, 0 Israel! AMENT. Latin Hymn, 12th Cent: Tr. John Meomn Neale, 1851. * This hymn mna be sung in HARMONY throughout, or the first four lines of each verse in UNISON, and the last two lines in Harmony. Or where the character of the choir permits, the first four lines of each verse may be sung in UNISON:- The 1st and ith verses by all the ^,qers, the 2nd verse, by female voices alone; the third verse, by boys' voices alone; the 4th verse by sea's voices alone. The lat two 'ines of each verse are to be sung in HARMONY by all the singers, and the congregatio.

Page  28 ADVENT. 14. ix 8s. Dec. 16. 0 Sapientia. (THE ADVENT ANTHEMS.) " The Desire of all nations shall come.' I I MELIA. J. B. Dykes. - ^ -; _ _e _ (- - -- Ir- -- - -- --- 77 I- t - = 88.0 O Wisdom spreading might-i - ly From out the mouth of God most high,;nf::- --- " V L w1 - All na - ture sweet-ly or - der - ing, With - in thy paths thy children bring. ra eit,'. - - -'' r = * 'iy- - I HI I m I I -. l -I - 1- - ~-., Draw near, O Christ, with us to dwell, In mer-cy save Thine Is - ra - el. A-MEN. I mp! -2- V -6- _-q_ I I I.,-..I, --- = --- — _ e~=1- ~ - In - -rL I I 1 it? F - Dec. 17.-O Adonai. mf Ruler of Israel, Lord of Might, Who gavest the law from Sinai's height; Once in the fiery bush revealed, With outstretched arm Thy chosen shield; mp Draw near, 0 Christ, with us to dwell, In mercy save Thine Israel. Dec. 18.-0 Radix Jesse. mf 0 Root of Jesse! Ensign Thou! To whom all Gentile kings shall bow, p From depths of hell Thy people save, cr And give them victory o'er the grave. mp Draw near, 0 Christ, with us to dwell, In mercy save Thine Israel. Dec. 19.-0 Clavis David. mf 0 Israel's Sceptre! David's Key! Come Thou, and set death's captives free; Unlock the gate that bars their road, And lead them to the throne of God. mf Draw near, 0 Christ, with us to dwell, Tu mercy save Thine Israel. Dec. 20.-O Oriens. mf 0 Day-Spring and Eternal Light! Pierce through the gloom of error's night; Predestined Sun of Righteousness! Haste with Thy rising beams to bless. mp Draw near, 0 Christ, with us to dwell, In mercy save Thine Israel. Dec. 22.-0 Rex Gentium. mf 0 King! Desire of nations! come, Lead sons of earth to heaven's high home; Thou chief and precious Corner-stone, Binding the sever'd into one. mp Draw near, 0 Christ, with us to dwell, In mercy save Thine Israel. Dec. 23.-0 E'mmanuel. ff 0 Lawgiver! Emmanuel! King! Thy praises we would ever sing; The Gentiles' Hope, the Saviour blest, Take us to Thine eternal rest. mp Draw near, 0 Christ, with us to dwell, In mercy save Thine Israel. AMEN. Tr. Earl Nelson and others, 1868.

Page  29 ADVENT. 15. C.M. SAKFOED. " He hath sent me to bind up the broken-hearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives.' Christopher Tye. = 92. Hark! the glad sound I the Sav-iour comes, The Sav - iour prom-ised long:... _ I- 1 -, - - I -7 - Let ev-ery heart pre-pare a throne, And ev - ery voice a song. A-MEzX. f On Him the Spirit, largely pour'd, f He comes from thickest films of rice Exerts His sacred fire; To clear the mental ray, Wisdom and might, and zeal and love, And on the eyes oppress'd with night His holy breast inspire. To pour celestial day. f He comes the prisoners to release p He comes the broken heart to bind, In Satan's bondage held; The bleeding sou) to cure; The gates of brass before Him burst, And with the treasures of His grace The iron fetters yield. To enrich the humble poor. f Our glad Hosannas, Prince of Peace, Thy welcome shall proclaim; And heaven's eternal arches ring With Thy beloved Name. AMEN. Phillip Doddridge, 173. Tihe following Hymns are also suitable for this season: 28. A few more years shall roll. 482. How will my heart endure. 481. Day of judgment, day of wonders. 480. Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness 483. Day of wrath! that day of mourning. 456. Love divine, all love excelling. 48 4. Great God, what do I see and hear? 490. The world is very evil. 171. Ye servants of the Lord.

Page  30 16. T TU.) 8S. 7. r f alati ao. 1J;. (FBST TUNE.) 83. 72. ",' The Desire of all nations shall come.' TBUST. Mendelssohn, 9'=84 Hail! Thou long ex - pect - ted Je - sus, Born to set Thy peo - pie free; m f 2L4 | _J - eA-F L r J fF-rO CL F-L F - -,r yS _F_+ L- L _ 9. II -I ---I -l ----. ---t - - - *. - I\ - I I -ye(r -C ----l --- —-~l --- —(-f --- —rr ---- t__t 1 'U__~ _ F C ~ From our fears and sins re - lease us, Let us find our rest in Thee. AMEN.._._ _ J _2 _z_ __ _1 -_- _ _. I - t ---- C' — -;-F-I-U -i. — f Israel's strength and consolation, mfBorn Thy people to deliver, Hope of all the earth Thou art; Born a child, yet God our King, Long desired of every nation, Born to reign in us for ever, Joy of every waiting heart. Now Thy gracious kingdom bring. p By Thine own eternal Spirit, Rule in all our hearts alone: cr By Thine all-sufficient merit, Raise us to Thy glorious throne. AMEN. Charles Wesley. (SECOND TUNE.) STUTGARD. H. J. Gauntlett. I '- - -J t-% -I Ig-i i — - t- g — -=88. Hail! Thou long ex - pect- ed Je - sus, Born to set Thy peo -ple free; mf _ _2_ _,.- - -._- _ — 2__,Tg~-Jiq —^ — -— =4 --- =-^r f-=gr: —~it=| --- -r4 —~ ---~ — ' ---* ---.. --- —' --- —--— L ---- -_25 From our fears and sins re - lease us; Let us find our rest in Thee. A-MEN., e - -f ---2 ia r- a i~-^~:edri-ffi - __ -I -t- -.0 --- - \I

Page  31 CHRISTMAS. 1I7.*7s. D. MENDELSS01M.. "Glory, to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good-will toward men." AMendelssohn. Hark!I the her - aid - an-gels sing Glo-ry to the new-born. Kim, Peace on earth,a-nd cress. ~ mer - cy mild, God and sin-ners rec-on-cil'd! Joy-ful all ye na-tions, rise,.~. cres. f2 L. ___ -4a__2- __g0 _4 '-2 _ __ _4 Join the tri-umph of the skies; With the an-geliechost proclaim Christ is born in 4 -42-~ - d2Lr- -i~ __ Beth-lehem. Hark! the her-aid - an-gels sing Glo - ry to the new-born King. A-mElq. Oqn Pedal. f Christ, by highest heaven adored, f Risen with healing in His wings, Christ, the Everlasting Lord, Ligaht and life to all He brings. dim Late in time behold Him come, Hail, the Sun of Righteousness; Offspring of the Virgin' s womb. Hail, the heaven-born Prince of Peace! rVeiled in flesh the Godhead see; Holy Father, Holy Son, Hail the Incarnate Deity, Holy Spirit, Tbree in One! Pleased as Man with men to dwell, Glory, as of old, to Thee, cr Jesus, our Emmanuel. Now and evermore shall be! if flark! the herald-angrels sing ff Hark! the herald-angels sing Glory to the new-born King. Glory to the new-born King. Amusm *May be sung in Unison, if 1 referred, except the 9th line of each verse. Charles ffesley.

Page  32 CHRIST MAS. 18. C.M.D. ANGLIA. '"Unto you is born this day in the city of David, a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord." Old Melody. mf 2~ L90.While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night, All seat - ed on the ground, m sf, _ - ~ - | ~-.. - - _7 Mf~ The an - gel of the Lord came down, And glo - ry shone a - round. - _- -_- _ _ - -_ — -z_f" Fear not," said he, for might -y dread Had seized their trou - bled mind; _- —,-1 — 1 -- - Glad ti-dins of great joy I bring To you, and all man-kind. A - EN.,I_ —,' To you, in David's town, this day f Thus spake the seraph; andforthwith Is born of David's line, Appeared a shining throng The Saviour, who is Christ the Lord, Of angels, praising God, who thus And this shall be the sign. Address'd their joyful song: f" The heavenly Babe you there shall find, f "All glory be to God on high, To human view display'd, p And to the earth be peace; All meanly wrapt in swathing bands, f Good-will henceforth from heaven to men And in a manger laid." Begin, and never cease." AMEx. N. Tate, 1703

Page  33 CHRISTMAS. 19i P.M. Latin Bymn. Tr. F. Oakeley. l- -g — i Ir — "Let us now go even unto Bethlehem.".!__ I ADESTE FIDELES. J. Reading..- I. I - 1 -.58. I -'1. f 0 come, all ye faith - ful, Joy - fl and tri - um-phant, 0 2. f od of.......God Light......Light......of....Light 3. f Sing, choirs of An - gels, Sing in ex - ul - ta - tion, 4. f Yea, LORD, we greet Thee, Born this hap- py morn-ing,... f 1 - -L- -e- -._- J I, J come ye, 0 come ye to Beth - - le - hem; p Lo! He ab - hors not the Vir - - gin's womb; Sing, all ye ci - ti - zens of heav'n.. a - bove: JE - - us, to Thee.. be........ glo - ry giv'n; ~ f-t4 '-4 - Come and be - hold Him Born, the King of An - gels; f Ve - ry.......... God, Be got - ten, not cre- a - ted; Glo - ry to God....... In........ the....... high - est;" WORD of the Fa - - ther, Now in flesh ap - pear - ing; _ -,,. - - -~ ---- After each verse. a- --: t -o,*,0., *....,.... Cr. p 0 come, let us a - dore Him, 0 come, let us a - dore Him, O |-,,~ fi, L -- -. 1 - _ J j _: 4 - T__ come, let us a - dore Him, CHRIST, the LoiD.. A - MEN. _ — -- I -I'.. — l

Page  34 CHRISTMAS. 20s 8s 7S. "And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host, HOLY VOICESr Spraising God." G J. Getr. (FIRST TUNE.) Jt II t Y t t v t!, f ' e, = 100. Hark! what mean those ho - ly voic - es, Sweet-ly sounding thro' the skies?!- _ -- =_:=.-, —,- zr. -i___ —__ ------ Lo, th'an-gel-ic. host re-joic-es, Heavenly Al- le - lu - ias rise. A - MEN. - J-, J - J 1 _ -,- _ p Listen to the wondrous story, ff " Christ is born; the great Anointed! Which they chant in hymns of joy- Heaven and earth His praises sing! f "Glory in the highest, glory! O receive whom God appointed Glory be to God most high! For your Prophet, Priest, and King! p "Peace on earth, gooa-will from heaven, mf " Hasten, mortals, to adore Him; Reaching far as man is found: Learn His name to magnify, Souls redeemed and sins forgiven, cr Till in heaven ye sing before Him, f Loud our golden harps shall sound. Glory be to God most high!" AMEN. J. Cawood, 1816. (SECOND TUNE.) DEBENHAM, B. Redhead. I I Iry~- -j-~~ — y-k~~ --- —— 1 1 i -~ ---~~I i d=10oo Hark! whatmean those ho - ly voic - es, Sweet-ly sound - ing thro' the skies? -f,' b —t. I u] J... 1 - I.e - -' -- Lo, th'an - gel - ic host re - joic - es, Heavenly Al - le - lu - ias rise. A-MEN. _- 1- _ -

Page  35 CHRISTMAS. 21. Six los YORKSHIBE. ix s Behold I bring you good tidings of great joy." J. Wainwright, 1763. 58. Christians, awake, sa-lute the hap-py morn, Whereon the Saviour of mankind was born; _f -e ---- Ad-. _ -_- $ — _ -- - - _ 1 -- Rise to a - dore the mys-te-ry of love, Which hosts of angels chanted from a - bove; With them the joyful tidings first begun Of God In-car-nate and the Virgin's Son. A-MEN. I bring good tidings of a Saviour's birth To you and all the nations upon earth: This day hath God fulfill'd His promised word, This day is born a Saviour, Christ the Lord." mf He spake; and straightway the celestial choir In hymns of joy, unknown before, conspire: The praises of redeeming love they sang, And heaven's whole arch with alleluias rang: God's highest glory was their anthem still, p Peace upon earth, and unto men good-will. mf To Bethlehem straight the happy shepherds ran, To see the wonder God had wrought for man: And found with Joseph and the blessed maid, Her Son, the Saviour, in a manger laid; Amazed, the wondrous story they proclaim, The earliest heralds of the Saviour s Name. mf Let us, like these, good shepherds, then employ Our grateful voices to proclaim the joy; dim Trace we the Babe, who hath retrieved our loss, From His poor manger to His bitter Cross Treading His steps, assisted by His grace, Till man's first heavenly state again takes place. of Then may we hope, the angelic thrones among, To sing, redeemed, a glad triumphal song; He, that was born upon this joyful day, Around us all His glory shall display; Saved by His love, incessant, we shall sing, Eternal praise to heaven's Almighty King. AMEN. J. Byrom, 17t,.

Page  36 CHRISTMAS. 22. C.M.D. " Behold a ladder bet upon the earth, and the top of it reached to hi: ven; md behold the angels of God ascending and descending on it." I %I K _A Ad CAROL. D. S. Willis. I w___l j-64. It came up-on the midnight clear, That glo-rious song of old, _~ IH~ __ V I N I~ I~ -—,,.. —_~:_,= _ — FM_~ _o_ W. -. fe _ _in_ I-_ - A. IS -- 1`1 i. J I 4#4 - -- or - # v -', -v Ia From an gels bend- ing near the earth, To touch their harps of gold: A" I - -I- - - - - - s --- -I | ^ ______ - I,\ I, I _ ---..... V 9-t17 —hR~t I - s Vw - r-G o'.I-; - _-, ' - -f — I__ _ A ' I ------- _. -. I... I I _ I ---- I "Peace on the earth, good-will to men From heaven's all gra-cious King;" mf. i _^- - - ai L t I~l a-T i, r xe -d.-= - v| r pP * The world in sol-emn stillness lay To hear the an - gels sing. A - MEN. _, I I. -- t I I v I v I f Still through the cloven skies they come, With peaceful wings unfurl'd; And still their heavenly music floats O'er all the weary world: dim Above its sad and lowly plains They bend on hovering wing, And ever o'er its Babel sounds p The blessed angels sing. WI I - i I p 0 ye beneath life's crushing load. Whose forms are bending low, Who toil along the climbing way, With painful steps and slow cr Look now, for glad and golden hours Come swiftly on the wing: dim 0 rest beside the weary road, pp And hear the angels sing. mf For lo, the days are hastening on, By prophets seen of old, When with the ever-circling years Shall come the time foretold, When the new heaven and earth shall own The Prince of Peace their King, And the whole world send back the song Which now the angels sing. AMEN. IH. Sears, 1859.

Page  37 CHRISTMAS 23, P.M Avisox. W. A. Muhlenburg, 1823. ' Behod, I bring you good tidings of great joy." = 120. CHORUS. f Shout the glad tidings, ex-ult-ing ly sing,:.:. Je- ru - sa-lem triumphs, Messi-ah is King! -I t - -- - -- -- -- -=- -- -- -- - -- i, ^- -_ -it - - -tf g1-^- - -g-S-i-^-Ug — -U — mf 1 Si - on the mar-vel-lous sto- ry be tell-ing,The Son of the Highest,how low-ly His birth! The 2 Tell how He cometh,from nation to nation,The heart cheering news let the earth echo round; How 3 Mortals,your homage be grate-ful-ly bringing,And sweet let the gladsome hosanna a - rise: Ye -o-@-* -o- -U- -U- -U- --- -UU- -U- -U ---9 --! Repeat 1st Chorus.,. brightest arch-an-gel in glo -ry ex-cell-ing,He stoops to redeem thee,He reigns upon earth: free to the faithful He of-fers sal-va-tion; His people with joy ev-er-last-ing are crowned. an - gels,thefull Al-le - lu - ia be singing; One chorus resound thro' the earth and the skies.!t ~ ~A --; Chorus after the last verse.... ff Shout the glad-ti-dings,ex - ult -ing - ly. Je - ru - sa-lem triumphs,Mes - U z:=S=z==-1z- L f - -_=_: -=: * _ __- -g ___ _. g _,_ _P, - si - ah is King,Mes-si - ah is Kingg, Mes-si - ah is King. A - MEN. — U- 4 — -- --- - 9 — - D- -' — -4- -^- -_ — --. -- _!~ -~=-~-~- — i:-s~ ~::~o....~ —~.-= -- -- Z '~ I

Page  38 CHRISTMAS. 24. 8ss. 4. "; We are come to worship Him." I REGENT SQUARs. Henry Smart. -4 -,5=96. An-gels from the realms of glo - ry, Wing your flight o'er all the earth; - * i F,GJ- - _ _ j, -F-; ~ f — = —= - - -f- = —. -= — =r —=- - -~-,-,._._ I E 15- r _. F Ye who sang cre - a - tion's sto - ry, Now pro-claim Mes - si - ah's birth! _J_ — _|V-.::?= -_- I -2S >I 11 _ -I - - I_ H0__ F- -- tf i f t~ ---I I I - I Come and worship, Come and worship, Worship Christ the new-born King. A-MEN. 9tp(S-&- -- -02 t 1 -~_,__r..........t-rZ —h,...... ~nf Shepherds in the field abiding, Watching o'er your flocks by night; God with man is now residing, Yonder shines the infant-light: f Come and worship, Worship Christ, the new-born King. mf Sages, leave your contemplations; Brighter visions beam afar: Seek the great Desire of nations, Ye have seen His natal star: f Come and worship, Worship Christ, the new-born King. ",f Saints before the altar bending, Watching long in hope and fear, Suddenly the Lord, descending, In His temple shall appear: f Come and worship, Worship Christ, the new-born King. AMEN. James Montgomerv, 1819.

Page  39 'CHRISTMAS 251 P.M. Lat~in HEym~n. ADEsTF, Fimems.e Tr. E. Caswall, 18m. "Let us now go even nnto Bethlehem." J.ABewdingT 58.__ _ _ 0- -e9 _0M _- U r mf 1. Come hith - er, ye faith-ful, Tri-unph - ant - ly sing! Come, see in the 2. True Son of the Fa - ther, He comes from the skies; p- To he horn of a p 3. Hark,hark, to the An - gels! All sing - ing in heav'n, "To God in tile f 4. To Thee,then, 0 Je - susThis day of Thy birth, Be glo - ry and — I, — I- p man - ger The an - gels' dread King! To Beth - le - hem hast - en,With Vir - gin He doth not de - spise. To Beth - le - hem hast - en,With high - est All glo - ry be given!" To Beth - le - hem hast - en, With hon - our Thro' hea - yen and earth; True God head In - car - nate! OmI 11 - 7I - I -4 -cr- 0 c joy - ful ac - cord; 0 come ye, come hith- er, 0 come ye, come joy - ful ac - cord; 0 come ye, come hith - er, 0 come ye, come joy - ful ac cord; 0 conle ye, come hith -er, 0 come ye, come ni - p- tent Word! 0 come, let us hast-en, 0 come, let us hit -~ Cr 0, come ye coeht -e o wo hp h od hith - er, 0 come ye, come hith - er To wor - ship the Lord I hith - er, 0 come ye, come hith - er To wor - ship the Lord! hith - er, 0 come ye, come hith - er To wor - ship the Lord! hast - en, 0 come, let us hast - en To wor - ship the Lord! A -MEg. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - ---- -

Page  40 CHPJFSTMAS. 261 (I.M. 26 S TuNE.) "The Wora was made Ash and dwelt among w L."AMTIL Mf — h-.- -e 88. Calm on the list'-nlng ear of night Come heaven's me-lo-dious strains, -Pl-P __- -P- ~ __ Where wild Ju - de - a stretches far Her sil - ver - man-tied plains. A - MEN. - -P- -- _ __ mf Celestial choirs from courts above mp O'er the blue depths of Galilee Shed sacred glories there; There comes a holier calm, And angels, with their sparkling lyres, And Sharon waves, in solemn praise, Make music on the air. Her silent groves of palm. mf The answering hills of Palestine f "Glory to God!" the sounding skies Send back the glad reply; Loud with their anthems ring, And greet, from all their holy heights, p "Peace to the earth, good-will to men, The Day-Spring from on high. From heaven's eternal King I" mf Light on thy hills, Jerusalem! The Saviour now is born! And bright on Bethlehem's joyous plains Breaks the first Christmas morn. AMEN. E. H. Sears, 1837. (SECOND TUNE.) S. FULBERT. H. J. Gaentlett. mf = 88. Calm on the list'-ning ear of night Come heaven's me - lo-dious strains, 14rz~z - I I — i i -pz - - 1 --- I - I/ F- - - Where wild Ju - de - a stretches far Her sil - ver-man - tled plains. A-MEN. -6'- - __ _E2

Page  41 CHRISTMAS. 27..M. (FIRST TUNE.) "For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given." TlVERTON. Grigg..7 r If — =88. To hail Thy ris - ing, Sun of life, The gath'ring na- tions come; mf 2 -e- - -e-, _, Q I i 1f J - I -T -ts e Joy-ous as when the reap-ers bear Their har-vest treasures home. A-MEN. IJ - 6- 3A __~ S — ___2___ ___ y-^^pS-g-~~-Lmr_- --- --- r_3 -- -— e —L-lg'H W__ I I I I- _.- _tv^ g mf For Thou our burden hast removed; Th' oppressor's reign is broke; Thy fiery conflict with the foe Has burst his cruel yoke. mf To us the promised Child is born; To us the Son is given; Him shall the tribes of earth obey, And all the hosts of heaven. mf His name shall be the Prince of Peace, For evermore adored; The Wonderful, the Counsellor, The mighty God and Lord. mf His power increasing still shall spread, His reign no end shall know; Justice shall guard His throne above, And peace abound below. AMEN. J. Morrison, 1781. (SECOND TUNE.) S. AGNEs. J. B. Dykes. d]~_- I1-:, I"'-: — " ---E.'-' - 1l - -i -- @-S8. To hail Thy ris - ing Sun of life, The gath-'ring na-tions come; g _ _ _,.._. g......-_ t-' --- -1 —:=-sP~ L — Joy-ous as when the reap - ers bear Their har-vest treasures home. A-MEN. The following Hymn is also suitable for this season: 233. Once in royal David's city.

Page  42 28. S.M.D. A "5tr of tte yEart " The time is sort. CHALVEY. L. G. Hayne. 1-=88. A few more years shall roll, A few more sea - sons come, nf --- I - _[, i | to 2- t!. - - L- -.... dim. - p -6- ' And we shall be with those that rest A - sleep with - in the tomb: dim. _ p _ _,!i - -: I en _ Then, 0 my Lord, pre- pare My soul for that great day; p _ -_-.... X ___ -t ~I...~__-Lt~ —: -2 -- ---- L cr. dim. i 0 wash me in Thy pre-ciousBlood,And take my sins a -way. A-MEN. cr._,. --—, di-m. p_2 - -- -- ---- - -. I - mi A few more suns shall set O'er these dark hills of time, And we shall be where suns are not, A far serener clime: p Then, 0 my Lord, prepare My soul for that blest day; er di 0 wash me in Thy precious Blood, c p And take. my sins away. mf A few more storms shall beat On this wild rocky shore, ees And we shall be where tempests cease, And surges swell no more; p Then, O my Lord, prepare My soul for that calm day; ea e di 0 wash me in Thy precious Blood, c p And take my sins away. r ct;r e p A few more struggles here, A few more partings o'er, A few more toils, a few more tears, res And we shall weep no more: p Then, 0 my Lord, prepare My soul for that bright day; di 0 wash me in Thy precious Blood, p And take my sins away. mf 'Tis but a little while And He shall come again p Who died that we might live,Who lives That we with Him may reign: p Then, 0 my Lord, prepare My soul for that glad day;!r e di 0 wash me in Thy precious Blood, p And take my sins away. AMEN. H. Bonar, 185I

Page  43 9 erOt New 3ear.* 29. C M FA.BANT. "ord, Thou hast been our Refuge from one generation to another." B. Farrant, 1580. = 84. O God, our help in a - ges past, Our hope for years to come, f -- -- - -- -- -O- -0' -F4 -2- -- -- t ~ 1 _eI -- Clc-L 1| - I - - 1 I I _ F. _ _ ------- --- - -4 _- _ --- 4 _ — Our shel-ter from the storm-y blast, And our e - ter- nal home. A-MEN.,: -- -? -a - a a,- a -~ — a - ~ -- a- -- mf Under the shadow of Thy throne Short as the watch that ends the night Thy saints have dwelt secure; Before the rising sun. Sufficient is Thine arm alone, pp Time, like an ever-rolling stream, And our defence is sure. Bears all its sons away; mf Before the hills in order stood, They fly forgotten, as a dream Or earth received her frame, Dies at the opening day. cr From everlasting Thou art God, f 0 God, our help in ages past, To endless years the same. Our hope for years to come, p A thousand ages in Thy sight Be Thou our guard while life shall last, Are like an evening gone; And our eternal home. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1719. 300 L. M. ERNAN. "My times are in Thy hand." L. Mason. --. ---- -I --- - ---. I —,. -,! -4-I ---T ---.r -' 60. The God of life,whose con-stant care With blessings crowns each o - p'ning year,,:. _ _l - - " — t+f,9 — f? T — t t-3F -- __-'-"-' i: - l -: -' l A: - o, a,-<; —_ -- -V r- > My scanty span doth still pro -long,And wakes a-new mine an - nual song. A - MEN. _ _ --- - - - --- -- --- -'\J i /f Thy children, panting to be gone, p No more alarms from ghostly foes; May bid the tide of time roll on, No cares to break the long repose; To land them on that happy shore cr No midnight shade, no clouded sun, Where years and death are known no more. But sacred, high, eternal noon. p No more fatigue, no more distress, mifO long-expected year! begin; Nor sin, nor hell, shall reach that place; Dawn on this world of woe and sin; No groans, to mingle with the songs Fain would we leave this weary road, Resounding from immortal tongues: And sleep in death, to rest with God. AiME P. Doddridge, 1751

Page  44 THE NEW YEAR. 31 7s D. BENEVENO 'Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling-place in all generations." S. Webbe. P r' — - _ 88. While with cease-less course the sun Hast - ed thro' the form-er year, P _ _____ ____, Irp S -i r- I r grr * ---;; —, --,,- -,_2,, -,,. - _.Ma- ny souls their race have run, Nev - er more to meet us here: S L _ d- _o ----,.. -, ---- - -- t. 9. r.-,l -l _ _ I I ~__ Fixed in an e - ter - nal state, They have done with all be - low: MP -- -- -- R-. - ~ - 1 - - -. I=:'- - - ' ' t.___We a lit - tie long-er wait,But how lit - tie none can know. A-mIN. 7- I = — _ _ I -.I ~:[~_F -! ' — '-[]:_, t L:!!...3 -:[. — mf As the wingbd arrow flies f Thanks for mercies past receive; Speedily the mark to find; p Pardon of our sins renew; As the lightning from the skies cr Teach us henceforth how to live Darts, and leaves no trace behind; With eternity in view: p Swiftly thus our fleeting days mp Bless Thy word to young and old; Bear us down life's rapid stream; Fill us with a Saviour's love; Upward, Lord, our spirits raise; cr And when life's short tale is told, All below is but a dream. May we dwell with Thee above. AMEN. J. Newton, 1770. The following Hymns are suitable for this day or its eve: 505. Guide me, 0 Thou great Jehovah. 512. Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom 525 Seek, my soul, the narrow gate. 523. Sovereign Ruler of the skies. 524. The mighty flood that rolls.

Page  45 C[rcumcla[on. 321 S. M "And when eight days were accomplished for the circumcising of the Child, S. MICHAEL. 1.His Name was called Jesus." Day's Psalter, 1588. mf-^~~ ~~{ =88. The an - cient law de - parts, And all its ter - rors cease; mf __ - ~?~ —~-~ ~_ — K _-. — v3v _ ^. _...... _.- -- ___ __ -- - -_.. - - - m- a — hert A v e — I" - 3 m/f The Light of light divine, mf To-day the Name is Thine, True Brightness undefiled, At which we bend the knee; He bears for us the shame of sin, They call Thee Jesus, Child divine A holy, spotless Child. Our Jesus deign to be. AMEN. Paris Breviary: Tr. 1861. 33 7a S. BEES. s aNone other name is given under heaven whereby we must be saved." J. B. Dykes. "mp " "3 -a-,= 88. Je - sus! Name of won-drous love! Name all oth - er names a-bove! '' I! --- I - -. -., y- 'I -L''I I~-~= -, / I __ I I I: -- ~ I i t-M Un - to which must ev - ery knee Bow in deep hu - mil - i - ty. A-MEN. - --- ^ --- ->- -.- d L -, -9-. —a-._~.__ L, ~~~~~-4 --- -,,.-,.-n mp Jesus! Name decreed of old: When the cup of human woe To the maiden mother told, First He tasted here below. Kneeling in her lowly cell, By the angel Gabriel. mf Jesus! only Name that's given Under all the mighty heaven, p Jesus! Name of priceless worth Whereby man, to sin enslaved, To the fallen sons of earth, Bursts his fetters, and is saved. For the promise that it gave"Jesus shall His people save." p Jesus! Name of wondrous love! cr Human name of God above; p Jesus! Name of mercy mild, Pleading only this we flee, Given to the holy Child, dim Helpless, O our God, to Thee. AMzc: Bishop W. W. How, 1854. Thefollowing Hymns are suitablefor this Festival: 424. All hail the power of Jesus' Name. 455. Jesus, the very thought of Thee. 395. How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds.

Page  46 34a 7s. 6. D. the ean be fed it His ae " A1Z the earth shall be filled with His maiesty." ZOAs. 3I, 4, 104. Hail to the Lord's A - noint - ed, Great Da vid's great - er Son! 1-..->:; -- -=S-;- - 2 --.- -— L: --- —--- Hail, in the time ap - point - ed, His reign on earth be - gun! -_ _ _ -im. _ -- '- @g | ~ —ia — lA- - — IL... 4 - He comes to break op - pres - sion, To set the cap - tive free;,, I I,: --- - To take a - way trans-gres-sion, And rule in e - qui - ty. A - ME. '-,-_ -;- - - _ -~ —. mf He comes with succour speedy To those who suffer wrong, To help the poor and needy, And bid the weak be strong;. To give them songs for sighing, Their darkness turn to light, Whose souls, condemn'd and dying, Were precious in His sight. mf He shall descend like showers Upon the fruitful earth; And love and joy, like flowers, Spring in His path to birth: Before Him, on the mountains, p Shall peace, the herald, go; cr And righteousness, in fountains, From hill to valley flow. mf To Him shall prayer unceasing, And daily vows ascend: His kingdom still increasing, A kingdom without end: The tide of time shall never His covenant remove. His name shall stand for ever; That Name to us is Love. AMEN. J. Montgomery, 1822

Page  47 EPIPHANY. 35, 5s. 6s. 5s. "Great and marvellous are Thy works, Lord God Almiglhty; just and true are Thy Haydn. ways, Thou King of saints." = 100. How won - drous and great Thy works, God of praise! t,? jX - ~!=- -: How just, King of saints, and true are Thy ways 0 who shall not fear Thee, And hou - our Thy Name? I ", ' 6: -I__ 3-~-~ --- - -— _Ly_-I ---Thou on - ly, art ho - ly, Thou on - ly su-preme. A-MEN. ff |~ t i P j |: ',-. i c E -~g r - f To nations long dark Thy light shall be shown; Their worship and vows Shall come to Thy throne; Thy truth and Thy judgments Shall spread all abroad, Till earth's every people Confess Thee their God. AMEN. Bishop R. U. Onderdonk, 1826. * This hymn may also be sung at other seasont

Page  48 EPIPHANY. 36, 10s. RUSAN HYaM. Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee." Alexis Lwof. J I - =60. Rise,crown'd with light, im - pe-rial Sa-lem, rise; Ex - alt thy mf. f!l - -' i ma ' _ -I - tower-ing head and lift thine eyes: See heav'n its spark-ling por - tals v ~ T,A — -I — l _ __I -d -—, wide dis-play, And break up -on thee in a flood of day. A-Mr. I '^-, -i S-1; L —.-8 -F g L mf See a long race thy spacious courts adorn, See future sons and daughters yet unborn, In crowding ranks on every side arise, Demanding life, impatient for the skies. mf See barbarous nations at thy gates attend, Walk in thy light, and in thy temple bend: See thy bright altars throng'd with prostrate kings, While every land its joyous tribute brings. p The seas shall waste, the skies to smoke decay, Rocks fall to dust, and mountains melt away; cr But fix'd His word, His saving power remains; f Thy realm shall last, thy own Messiah reigns. AMEN. Alexander Pope.

Page  49 EPIPHANY. /s* P.M. (FIRST TUNE.) WTEBBI " We have seen His star in the East." S. Webbe. l r F-F-:5 r | -d~b~lr~ -- | |i....... darkness, and lend us Thine aid: Star of the East, the ho -ri- zon aE:. r Ib_, -:.. I H --.. dorn-ing, Guidewhereour in- fant Re - deem - er is laid. A- MEN. b| | | i - 0-,,!..... - p Cold on His cradle the dew-drops are shining, p Vainly we offer each ample oblation, Low lies His head with the beasts of the stall; Vainly with gifts would His favour secure; er Angels adore Him in slumber reclining, mf Richer by far is the heart's adoration, Maker and Monarch and Saviour of all. Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor. mf Say, shall we yield Him in costly devotion, mf Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Odours of Edom, and offerings divine, Dawn on our darkness, and lend us Thine aid: Gem of the mountain, and pearls of the ocean, Star of the East, the horizon adorning, Myrrh from the forest,and gold from themine? Guide where our infant Redeemer is laid. ishap Regiwald eber, 1811. AMEN. (SECOND TUNE.) FOLSOM. Mozart. d Sy1. yBrightest and best of the sons of the morning, Dawn on our [ s of / an o: —f..ig d i i Iw on, -- or d 1s - a - e — 1 T h i dark-ness, and lend us Thine aid: Star of the East, the ho - ri - zon, a - i -F —.g- _" In al H, ___ Lo lesHi hadwih hebest o ~e ~al; Vanl wthgitswoldHi fyor ecre J) \aS- - 4- -, -- -, ~- i -r — - dorn - ing, Guide where our in - fant Re - deem - er is laid. A -MEN. L L."h li t —1T F... " ~

Page  50 EPIPHANY. 38. c!.M. PETERBOROUGN. R. Marrison. "The mounatains also shall bring peace, and the little hills righteousness into the people." I I I I I A1, 54=5 Lo! hills and mountains shall bring forth The hap - py fruits of peace, nI f a -__ J _ _ _ Whh h all the land shall own to be The work of right-eous - ness. A - mEN. mf VA Dicle ~David's Son our needy race Shail rulte with gentle sway; And fxom their humble neck shall take Oppre qsir yokes away. p In Laery heart Thy awful fear $hall, theni be rooted fast,,cr As long as sun and moon endure, Or time itself shall last. #af He shall 'deseend like rain, that cheers The meadow'-s second birth; Or like warm ~showers, whose gentle drop~ Ref res~h the thirsty earth. In His blest days the just and good Shall. spin g, up all around; The happy lan4 shall everywhere Withl endless~peaee abound. His uncontroll'4 dominion shall From sea to sea extend; Begin at proud. Euphrates' stream, At nature'.s limits end. To Him the-sa~vagpe nations round Shall bow their-servile heads; His vanquish'd foes shall lick the dust, Where Hle Iis eonqwest spreads. The kings of Tarshish and the isles Shall costly presents bring; PFrom apicy Sheba gifts shall come, And wealthy Saba's king. To Him shall every king on earth His humble homage pay; And differing nations gladly join To own His righteous sway. For He shall set the needy free, When they for succour cry; Shall save the helpless and the poor, And all their wants supply. For Him shall constant prayer be made, Through all His prosperous days: His just dominion shall afford A lasting theme of praise. The memory of His glorious Name Through endless years shall run; His spotless fame shall shine as bright And lasting as the sun. In HMm the, nations of the worW~ Shall be completely bless'd, And His unbounded happiness By every tongue confess'd. Then bless'd be God, the mighty Lord,, The ~God whom Israel fears; Who only wondrous in His works, Beyond compare, appears. J Let earth be with His glory fill'd, For ever bless His Name; Whilst to His praise the listening world Their glad assent proclaim. AmicN. Psalm -.Tiii

Page  51 EPIPHANY. -39 8'~s. 79. DEBENEAM. (FIRST TUNE.) "A light to lighten the Gentiles." B. Rledhead. =100. Light of those whose dreary dwell -ing Bor - ders on the shades of death. Je - sus now Thy - self re - veal - lug, Scat -ter ev - ery cloud be - neath. A-MEN. mf Still we wait for Thine appearing; mf Show Thy power in every nation, Life and joy Thy beanis impart, 0 Thou Prince of peace and love!I Chasing all our doubts, and cheering Give the knowledge of salvation, Every meek and contrite heart. Fix our hearts on things above. pp By Thine all-sufficient merit, Every burden'd soul release: By the presence of Thy Spirit, Guide us into perfect peace. AmEN. Charles Wesley, 1745. (SECOND TUNEP.) B~ocKLESIMn.Y Clari'bel. 100 Light of those whose drea-ry dwell-ing, Bor -ders on the shades of death, _ _ _ _ _ _-1Z ~ Je -sus now Thy - self re- veal-ing, Scat-ter ev- ery cloud be-neath. A-MEN This Ttpnn fluty also hb sauns - ot'zer s ns

Page  52 EPIPHANY. C40[ CM CHESTERFIELD. 4 i* "The Lord reigneth." Dr. Haweis, 1780. f I j=92. Joy to the world! The Lord is come; Let earth re-ceive her King;Let..f K\ a P _ -NI- — ~ i_ --- - I ' ';,r S - S -s &/ - eve -ry heart pre - pare Him room, And heav'n and na - ture sing. A-MEN. SLf A t. - - 2- -J- -__- - -e- t f Joy to the world! the Saviour reigns; He comes to make His blessings flow Let men their songs employ; [plains, Far as the curse is found. While fields and floods, rocks, hills, and Repeat the sounding joy. mfHe rules the world with truth and grace, And makes the nations prove mfNo more let sins and sorrows grow, The glories of His righteousness, Nor thorns infest the ground; And wonders of His love. AMEN. A Isaac Watts, 1719. 411 C.M. EvA. "The mountain of the Lords house shall be established in the top of the mountains." W. H. Havergal. 1=92. O'er moun-tain-tops the mount of God In lat -ter days shall rise, mf a l 4_ __ e __ _ -. __4 F - 2- _, 9._ =- _ff ~ _-1-, _~t-_ — __ _<_-_ E ttt<L- aWt3Xt to ---A -bove the sum-mits of the hills, And draw the won-d'ring eyes. A -MEN. - I __ ~_ - P -. _ 1,_ __ Z.._j_- X mfTo this the joyful nations round, His sceptre shall protect the just, All tribes and tongues, shall flow; And crush the sinner's pride. "Up to the mount of God," they'll say, "And to His house we'll go." mfFor peaceful implements shall men Exchange their swords and spears; wf The beams that shine from Sion's hill Nor shall they study war again Shall lighten every land; Throughout those happy years. The King who reigns in Salem's towers Shall all the world command. mfCome, O ye house of Jacob! come To worship at His shrine; mfAmong the nations He shall judge; And, walking in the light of God, His judgments truth shall guide: With holy graces shine. AMEN. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasonT. J' Logan.

Page  53 EPIPHANY. 42, 7. D. BERLIN. "The Lord God Omnipotent reigneth. Prussian Air. p=100. Hark! the song of ju - bi -lee, Loud as migh-ty thun-ders roar; Or the ful-ness of the sea, When it breaks up - on the shore. f=a- -p- -_ - r the ful-ness of the sea, When it breaks up -on the shore. ==-.......... __ ---_ -...... Al - le - lu - ia! for the Lord God om-ni -po - tent shallreign; Al - le - lu - ia! let the word E -cho round the earth and main. A-MEN. aX=~ —f - -&-n: — 4- _s Jf Alleluia! hark! the sound, From th cte cetre to the skies, Wakes above, beneath, around, All creation's harmonies: See Jehovah's banners furl'd; Sheathed His sword; He speaks,-tis done, And the kingdoms of this world Are the kingdoms of His Son. mf He shall reign from pole to pole With illimitable sway; He shall reign, when, like a scroll, dim Yonder heavens have pass'd away: p Then the end; beneath His rod, Man's last enemy shall fall; f Alleluia! Christ in God, God in Christ, is all in all. AMBE James Montgomery.

Page  54 EPIPHANY. A P% 5.JI 7s. D. WATCHMAN. " Watchman, what of the night r C. F. Roper. 1I I I i ___ _ _ _ __. i — D J=88. Watchman! tell us of the night,What its signs of promise are. mf ____-^J1 ---^-=== _ L ---—.iTravler! o'er yon mountain's height, See that glo - ry beaming star. _ * __ _ > I Watchman! does its beauteous ray Aught of joy or hope fore - tell? _ _ _ _ - I! AA-N I ' q-; — -K —dff- -------- a — -_ --- —r ----o-X — Trav'ler! yes, it brings the day, Promised day of Is - ra - el. A- MENT. N _ I -- L ~ _ -8 -mf Watchman! tell us of the night; mnf Watchman! tell us of the night, Higher yet that star ascends. For the morning seems to dawn. Traveller! blessedness and light, Traveller! darkness takes it flight;.Peace and truth, its course portends. Doubt and terror are withdrawn. Watchman! will its beams alone Watchman! let thy wanderings cease; Gild the spot that gave them birth? Hie thee to thy quiet home. Traveller! ages are its own; Traveller! lo! the Prince of Peace, See, it bursts o'er all the earth. Lo I! the Son of God, is come. AMiEN. John Bowring, 1825.

Page  55 EPIPHANY. 44. (FIRST TUE.) S.M. CAMBRIDGB. "How beautiful upon the mountains, are the feet of him that bringeth R. Harrismo. good tidings, that publisheth peace.",- =70. How beau-teous are their feet Who stand on Si-on's hill; Who mf \- ^- _ I ~ 1 -o =- _! bring sal - va tion on their tongues, And words of peace re -veal! A-MEN. mf How charming is their voice: p How blessbd are our eyes How sweet their tidings are!- That see this heavenly light! "Sion, behold thy Saviour-King, Prophets and kings desired it long, He reigns and triumphs here," But died without the sight. mf How happy are our ears mf The watchmen join their voice, That hear this joyful sound, And tuneful notes employ; Which kings and prophets waited for, cr Jerusalem breaks forth in songs, And sought, but never found! And deserts learn the joy. f The Lord makes bare His arm Through all the earth abroad: Let every nation now behold Their Saviour and their God. AMEN. Isaac Watts. (SECOND TUNE.) CARLISLE. C. Lockhart. L -- 70. How beau-teous are their feet, Who stand on Si - on's hill; Who Mf _.. I _._ _._ _ _. _,-09 bring sal - va - tion on their tongues, And words of peace re - veal I A - MEN. __ - ___ —4 - t

Page  56 EPIPHANY. 4. Six 7s. ""When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy." C. Kocher. -' Of,. — " j9 '. — '~ —i As with glad-ness men of old Did the guid-ing star be- hold;,-=96. \ As with joy they hail'd its light, Lead-ing on-ward, beaming blight;) __4 So, most gracious Lord, may we Ev - er- more be led to Thee. A-MEN.. 1-1 -e_.-__ mf As with joyful steps they sped p Holy Jesus, every day To that lowly manger-bed, Keep us in the narrow way; There to bend the knee before cr And, when earthly things are past, Him whom heaven and earth adore; Bring our ransom'd souls at last So may we with willing feet mf Where they need no star to guide, Ever seek the mercy-seat. Where no clouds Thy glory hide. mf As they offer'd gifts most rare f In the heavenly country bright At that manger rude and bare; Need they no created light; So may we with holy joy, Thou its Light, its Joy, its Crown, Pure and free from sin's alloy, Thou its Sun which goes not down; All our costliest treasures bring, ff There for ever may we sing Christ, to Thee, our heavenly King. Alleluias to our King. AMEN. W. C. Di, 1860. 46i LL M. BONN. 46 I,. M,, "I am the bright and morning Star." Beethoven. e~w= 100. When marshall'd on the night - ly plain, The glittering host be - stud the sky,,f., JT-~ I- I E -i' One star a - lone of all the train Can fix the sin-ner's wander-ing eye. A - MEN. p Hark, hark! (cr) to God the chorus breaks, And thro' the storm and danger's thrall, From every host, from every gem; It leads me to the port of peace. But one alone the Saviour speaks; p Then, safely moor'd, my perils o'er, It is the Star of Bethlehem. I'll sing, first in night's diadem, pp It is my guide, my light, my all, cr For ever, and for evermore, It bids my dark forebodings cease; The Star,the Star of Bethlehem! AMEN. H. K. White, 1803.

Page  57 EPIPHANY. 47 7 RREDHEAD. 45 7* " We have seen His Star in the East." Redheaa. (FIRST TUNE.) V W-_-&r — — ok —4 -'- 1- " — & _ J=96. Sons of men, be - hold from far, Hail the long - ex - pect - ed star; f - 1- -e' Ja-cob's star that gilds the night, Guides be-wil-dered na - ture right. A-MEN. a,- -::: ---.1&: 1 —I p Mild it shines on all beneath, mfThere behold the Day-Spring rise, Piercing through the shades of death; Pouring light upon your eyes: Scattering error's wide-spread night, See it chase the shades away, cr Kindling darkness into light. Shining to the perfect day. mf Nations all, remote and near, f Sing, ye morning stars, again, Haste to see vour God appear: God descends on earth to reign, Haste, for Him your hearts prepare, Deigns for man His life to employ; Meet Him manifested there. Shout, ye sons of God, for joy. AMEN. C. Wesley, 1739. (SECOND TUNE.) LICHFIELD. W. D. Maclagan. mfr I 1= 96. Sons of men, be - hold from far, Hail the long ex - pect - ed star; f.... —4f -E ---_ Jacob's star that gilds the night, Guides be - wil-der'd na - ture right. A-MEN. The following Hymns are suitablefor this Season: 287. Arm of the Lord, awake, awake. 284. Jesus shall reign wher'er the sun. 289. From all that dwell below the skies. 288. O'er the gloomy fields of darkness. 291. Hasten the time appointed. 285. To bless Thy chosen race. From Septuagesima Sunday to Lent, the following Hymns are also suitable: 430. Alleluia! song of gladness. 432. Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praise. 527. Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost. 425. The strain upraise of joy and praise.

Page  58 4 I C.M., S. MARY. 4 Rend your heart and not your garments, and turn unto the Lord your God." Playford's Psalter, 1671. I I_ I I. I._ X Z- i - _z faE —..!;: -E1,:,E -_ = — #=. -a=t-a-j-t-g _2J tJ F —~- E _; Mt 7rp r- f-, r r — I 6=69. Once more the sol -emn sea- son calls A ho - ly fast to keep;,,I., I And now with-in the tem-ple walls Both priest and peo- ple weep. A-MEN. -9 — - - —? F_ -~- -? --- I ___ _, I-. L. ~ ----' ~ * 9 —~ — 1-4- _T l i i i \_- \ - -t ^7l^,nf But vain all outward sign of grief, From us to turn His wrath away, And vain the form of prayer, And stay the uplifted rod. Unless the heart implore relief, p O God, our Judge and Father, deign And penitence be there. To spare the bruised reed; xf We smite the breast, we weep in vain, We pray for time to turn again, In vain in ashes mourn, For grace to turn indeed. Unless with penitential pain m!f Blest Three in One, to Thee we bow; The smitten soul be torn. Vouchsafe us in Thy love p In sorrow true now let us pray To gather from these fasts below To our offended God, Immortal fruit above. AMEN. Paris Breviary: Tr. J. Chandler, 1837. 9 7. HERNLEIN. 49 7. M. Hernlein, 1677. "And Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness, being forty days tempted of the Dev 1. And in tkhse days He did eat wothing." - -- - -T - i -q.... * mf __ __ __ - 72. For - ty days and for - ty nights Thou wast fast -ing in the wild; I-= ~-~ —= -: a-~ —=-. - -- - -- - __ _, _,,_ -,,. -— A s -; - lw I- ~ -[ - ~ Xe-ee- E- e | C ~ V -_^_ - ^- -B FZ le- -m - w For- ty days and for - ty nights Tempted, and yet un- de - filed. A-MEJN. |T ____!_ ___ =____ - I- -- ' I - Fr mf Shall not we Thy sorrow share, And from earthly joys abstain, Fasting with unceasing prayer, Glad with Thee to suffer pain? mf And if Satan, vexing sore, Flesh or spirit should assail, er Thou, his Vanquisher before, Grant we may not faint or fail. p cr dim mf So shall we have peace divine; Holier gladness ours shall be; Round us, too, shall angels shine, Such as minister'd to Thee. Keep, O keep us, Saviour dear, Ever constant by Thy side; That with Thee we may appear At th' eternal Eastertide. AMEN. G. H. Smyttan, 1856.

Page  59 ASH WEDNESDAY. 0 OLMUTZ. 5O S.]. 0 Lord, rebuke me not in Thine indignation, neither chasten me in Thy displeasure." L. Mason. Lest, if Thy whole dis - pleasure rise, I sink be-neath Thy rod. A-MEX. _- -_- v ---- a\ --- -- I| t-L -__-~ --- L L — p Touch'd by Thy quickening power, My load of guilt I feel; The wounds Thy Spirit hath unclosed, 0 let that Spirit heal. pp In trouble and in gloom, Must I for ever mourn? And wilt Thou not at length, 0 God, In pitying love return? p 0 come, ere life expire, Send down Thy power to save; For who shall sing Thy Name in death, Or praise Thee in the grave? cr Why should I doubt Thy grace, Or yield to dread despair? Thou wilt fulfil Thy promised word, And grant me all my prayer. AMEN. Psalmt vi 51. CM. S. AGNES 1 Jm. B Dykes. " Put me not to rebuke, 0 Lord, in Thine anger; neither chasten me in Thy heavy displeasure." i.1 — =n=t- 1. -- 1-s F= P I -.-= = -// -\ 6-1=88.Thy chast'ning wratb,O Lord, re - strain, Tho' I de - serve it all; P 1 __. _ ^}E-r ~ _,_ =j-j- =:~^ ^:-~ _ _ 4..... ~ — --— 2 — $- — y -— I ------ -- ------— 4- -- -— L — — c-I- -'-*- B-l-"- -—,?' — Nor let on me the heav-y storm Of Thy dis-pleas-ure fall. A -. Nor let on me the beav -y storm Of Thy dis -pleas-ure fall. A - MEN. E11A1___ __rni~ _ z~zzr I I pp My sins, which to a deluge swell, My sinking head o'erflow, And, for my feeble strength to bear, Too vast a burden grow. p But, Lord, before Thy searching eyet All my desires appear; The groanings of my burden'd soul Have reach'd Thine open ear. p Forsake me not, 0 Lord, my God, Nor far from me depart: cr Make haste to my relief, 0 Thou Who my salvation art. AMEN. Psalm xxxviiL

Page  60 LEN2T. 521 L.M. 'IxBRlDGE. 0' o Lord, Thou hast searched me out, mad known me." L. Mason. (FrsT TUNE.) -50. Thou,Lord,by strictest search hast known, My ris - ing up and ly - ing down; My secret tho'ts are known to Thee,Known long before conceived by me. A-MEN. m-f --- 1 - -,- - -o - - _ -Q- i -- -- mf From Thy all-seeing Spirit, Lord, mfThe veil of night is no disguise, What hiding-place does earth afford? No screen from Thy all-searching eyes; O where can I Thy influence shun, Thro' midnight shades Thou find'stThy way, Or whither from Thy presence run? As in the blazing noon of day. Search, try, 0 God, my thoughts and hearL, If mischief lurk in any part; Correct me where I go astray, And guide me in Thy perfect way.AMEN. Psalm ctxxxi, (SECOND TUNE.) WAREIEAM. W. Knaapp, 1760.! - Z j -96. Thou,Lord, by strictest search hast known My ris - ing up and ly - ing down; mf _$,2 -d -f- -- -- -- ~ -I ' — 1 L -- -- J,: -- -- '-1I My secret thoughts are known to Thee,Known long before conceived by me. A-MEN. __ I -I+ / * This Hymn may also be sng at other seasons.

Page  61 LENT. "in that He Himself hatl& suffered being tempted, He is able to succour them that are tem~pted."1 & = 69. Sayv-iour, when in dust, to Thee, Low we bow th' a - dor- Ing knee; KP 42 When, re pent - ant, to the skies Scarce we lift our streaming eyes; -4 -0, by all Thy pains and woe, Suf - fered once for man be- low, Bend-ing from Thy throne on high, Hear our sol - emn lit - a - fy. AMEX. tnf By Thy birth and early years, mf By Thy conflict with despair, By Thy human griefs and fears, By Thine agony of prayer, By Thy fasting and distress dim By the purple robe of scorn, un the lonely wilderness, By Thy wounds, Thy crown of thorn., By Thy victory in the hour By Thy cross, Thy pangs, and cries, Of the subtle tempter's power; By Thy perfect sacrifice; dim Jesus, look with pitying eye; Jesus, look with pitying eye; pHear our solemn litany. Hear our solemn litany. pp By Thy deep expiring groan, ]3y the seal'd sepulchral stone, cr By Thy triumph o'er the grave, By Thy power from death to save; f Mighty God, ascended Lord, To Thy throne in heaven restored, mf Prince and Saviour, hear our cry, pHear our solemn litany. AmEN.it. Grant, 1815.

Page  62 LENT. 54. 7s. D. (FIrsT TuNE.) BENEVENTO. 'Turn ye I turn ye I for why will ye die." S. Webbe. Sr Sin-erC tu rn,, _ _C t -gr- -g. - _-L-g f - - -88. Sin - ners! turn, why will ye die? God, your Ma -ker, asks you why: - p 2. - -9 & A 2 -' --- 1 -: - i-' -1 --— i --- —-4-4 _ God, who did your be - ing give, Made you with Him-self to live: y -, 2' -' ', d- * a He the fa - tal cause de-mands, Asks the work of His own hands: zgz- h- --- - - L 9".. _ _ - _ --- — II,' '" _____ —r _ |.. --- —-— ] c W e -ls - 1 — H - i — -_ Why, ye thank-less creatures I why Will ye cross His love, and die? A-MEN. XILI__ 2' 3,-: t1p --- - -X - Ij p Sinners! turn, why will ye die? God, your Saviour, asks you why: He who did your souls retrieve, Died Himself that ye might live. Will you let Him die in vain? Crucify your Lord again? pp Why, ye ransomn'd sinners, why Will ye slight His grace, and die? p Sinners! turn, why will ye die? God, the Spirit, asks you why: He who all your lives hath strove, Woo'd you to embrace His love. Will ye not His grace receive? Will ye still refuse to live? pp 0, ye dying sinners, why Why will ye forever die? AMEx. C. Wesley, 1756.

Page  63 LENT. t:. 7s. D. (SECOND TUNE.) DURHAM. " Turn ye! turn ye! for why wilt ye die? " J. B. Dykes. p —I '. - -: I 7. --- _80. Sin-ners turn, why will ye die? God, your Ma-ker, asks you why; ___: —s -t -g=- __ __g-= g —= _g..,. —.-... --- - -- t-, -t-1F - --—.-...._ -.. _ God, who did you be - ing give, Made you with Him - self to live: - — I& t He the fa - tal cause de - mands, Asks the work of His own hands, B_=_ __ - ___ i ___ 3 __= __-__J- -~ ~__~....... __ -T — IY__ ~ 4tzz__,._ r — o-I --- -_ - Why, ye thankless creatures,why, Will ye cross His love, and die A-MEN. _'P_ _ _, d p Sinners! turn, why will ye die? God, your Saviour, asks you why: He who did your souls retrieve, Died Himself that ye might live. Will you let Him die in vain? Crucify your Lord again? pp Why, ye ransom'd sinners, why Will ye slight His grace, and die? p Sinners! turn, why will ye die? God, the Spirit, asks you why: He who all your lives hath strove, Woo'd you to embrace His love. Will ye not His grace receive? Will ye still refuse to live? pp 0, ye dying sinners, why Why will ye forever die? AMEN. C. Wesley, 1756.

Page  64 55.* S.M. mi 4.. LENT. MORNINGTOI, "I look for the Lord; my soul doth wait or Him; in His word is my trust." Lord Morningtos,.. - h I i,|.- - I. mf I 5=68 My soul with pa- tience waits For Thee, the liv ing Lord; - e * _- -, —f — i --- -&HS~-:.... _.:_ ~.-^rr~~ ^ Ji^ --- — I L/ - a~ - -, -p&- - ~- -S- Z My hopes are on Thyprom-ise built, Thy nev- er- fail - ing word. A-MEI.,- - -.... -- lJ.. la _j X - I --.. -— t. — __ ~ -I ---', _, — ' j - l | cr My longing eyes look out mf Let Israel trust in God, For Thy enlivening ray, No bounds His mercy knows; More duly than the morning watch The plenteous source and spring from whence To spy the dawning day. Eternal succour flows; mf Whose friendly streams to us Supplies in want convey; dim A healing spring, a spring to cleanse And wash our guilt away. AMExN. Psalm cxxx. g* * Ma"ow.. C.M. "There is forgiveness with Thee, that Thou mayest be feared." Arr. L. Mason. aL I I I I... 5 -m-I =,Ii ----— I —1 --:.... - -6~ it-4- -,~~- aI ---,_._, -J - =-~~__, -_,.~_ 1, pL "c I -.1 e=56. How oft, a - las Ithis wretched heart Has wandered from the Lord! -- -R -2 _. - - - * -- -a — = 56. How oft, a - las! this wretched heart Has wandered from the Lord! '11 i How oft my ro- ing thoughts de-part, For- get-ful of His wordI A-MEN. _'- _i!_. _- --- I, _,,~ - -~=',~2 -— I --- —-T ----, —T-F-1-' — t.."-e ' ---, --- t-~ p Yet sovereign mercy calls, "Return;" cr Almighty grace, Thy healing power, Dear Lord, and may I come? How glorious, how diviner pp My vile ingratitude I mourn; That can to life and bliss restore 0 take the wanderer home. p So vile a heart as mine. p And canst Thou,wilt Thou yet forgive, mf Thy pardoning love, so free, so sweet, And bid my crimes remove? Dear Saviour, I adore: And shall a pardon'd rebel live dim 0 keep me at Thy sacred feet. To speak Thy wondrous love? And let me rove no more. AMEX. Anne Steele. 1760. Thi Hymn may also be mung at other seasons.

Page  65 LENT. 57 * L.M. HAMBURa. " My soul fleeth unto the Lord." L. Mason. ] mp- -- -1 - = 56. My God,per - mit me not to be A strang-er to my- self and Thee: p - -, - -.. -, - -,~- -, - -,tt...... - '-l_ 71 r.......... A-midst a thous-and tho'ts I rove, For-get- ful of my high-est love. A-MEm. -O-4- ' --- — '- -SK- -J- 1- 4- -evp Why should my passions mix with earth, mf Call me away from flesh and sense; And thus debase my heavenly birth? Thy grace, 0 Lord, can draw me thence: Why should I cleave to things below, I would obey the voice divine, And all my purest joys forego? And all inferior joys resign. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709. 58. 7s. ELY. " Awake to righteousness, and sin not." Killick. -t- - - d G -r-!- - _- E =80. Hast -en, sin -ner! to be wise; Stay not for the mor-row's sun: I, --- —-— _ ---: ----5~ —i 1-E-g- - - ---— r-i ~ ~ --- —L es gh s eao' s l Lt th la sho.L =..' — === —] __ —ia- -- '- =i j = _" Ere this evening's stage be run. Ere salvation's work is done. p Hasten, sinner to be blest; Stay not for the morrow's sun; pp Lest perdition thee arrest, Ere the morrow is begun. AMENi. Thos. Scott, 1773. ~~/'Aif Hymn may also be aung at other seasons.

Page  66 59. LENT. 9 7s. REDHEAD 47, "See then that ye walk circumspectly, not asfools, but as wise, redeeming the time." R. Redhead. _ z.. _ Or%-, -I -i~ - r -s80. Sin-ner, rouse thee from thy sleep, Wake, and o'er thy fol - lyweep; j eu _ 9; C E = =gi'-:-e;- - i. ---.. —, L' M ---" -I.. —. v -- -. -I - - -_ I --- -- l = Raise thy spir- it, dark and dead, Je - sus waits His light to shed. A-MET. ~ Wake from sleep, arise from death, Life secure without delay, - See the bright and living path: Evil is the mortal day. Wathful tread that path; be wise, Leave thy folly, seek the skies. p Be not blind and foolish still; Call'd of Jesus, learn His will: p Leave thy folly, cease from crime, cr Jesus calls from death and night, From this hour redeem thy time; Jesus waits to shed His light. AMESN. Bishop H. U. Onderdonk, 1826. 60. S.M. "lave mercy upon me, 0 God after Thy great goodness." Dr. Howard, 1770. 84. Have mer -cy, Lord, on me, As Thou wert ev - er kind; Let me, op-press'd with loads of guilt, Thy wont-ed mer-cy find. A-MEN. r.._~__-'-f-. ~..:.,. -, -.-.. pp Wash off my foul offence, Create in me a heart that's clean, And cleanse me from my sin;. An upright mind renew. For I confess my crime, and see How great my guilt has been. p Withdraw not Thou Thy help, Nor cast me from Thy sight; p Against Thee, Lord, alone, Nor let Thy Holy Spirit take And only in Thy sight, [demn'd, His everlasting flight. Have I transgress'd; and, though conMust own Thy judgment right. mf The joy Thy favour gives Let me, O Lord, regain; pp Blot out my crying sins, And Thy free Spirit's firm support Nor me in anger view: My fainting soul sustain. AMEN. Psalm ii.

Page  67 LENT. 611.1 "Strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth, unto Zife." EACKARDTSHE1&[ C. Zeuner. i: - i-!:q,9= 90. As o'er the past my memory strays, Why hea-v~es the se- cret sigh? p - -. - ~ -- _ _ _ _ _ _2 -_ _ _ ~ _ _ f ~ ~ t L -L5- -"I-i 'Tis that I mourn de - part-ed days, Still un - pre-par'd to die. A - mEnxD II A p The world and worldly things beloved, p Yet, holy Father, wild despair My anxious thoughts employed; Chase from. my labouring breast; And time unhallow'd, unimproved, Thy grace it is which prompts the prayer, Presents a fearful void. That grace can do the rest. p My life's brief remnant all be Thine; Arid when Thy sure decree Bids me this fleeting breath resign, cr 0 speed my soul to Thee. AMEN. Bishop Thomas Ef. Middleton. 6. L.M. GRACE CURnCH. "Search me, 0 God, and know my heart." Plcyel. -4 ~= p I F 92. 0 Thou to whose all - search - ing sight The darkness shin-eth as the light. Search,prove my ber, it looks to Thee, 0 burst its boudn~and set it free. A - mEN. _ _ _ _ _42 -* - z - -- Vrnt4~~~ V.. HA47> mf Wash out its stains, remove its dross, Bind my affections to the Cross; Hallow each thought; let all within Be clean, ais Thou, my Lord, art clean. p When rising floods mny soul o'erflow, When sink~s my heart in waves ot woe, -rJesus, Tliy timely aid impart, And raise my head, and cheer my heart& p If in this darksome wild I stray, suf Saviour, where'er Thy steps I see, Be Thou my light, be Thou my way; Dauntless, mntired, I follow Thee; No foes, no violence I fear, 0 let Thy hand Support. me still. No harmi, while Thou, my God, art ma' And lead nine to Thy holy hill. AmEN., 0., Thr-t.eflqa Ti% J TV,-leo. 1739 * This IiHrn rof00 be suneq (it (the'eseasons.

Page  68 LENT. 63, (FIRST TUNE). P.M. "My soulfleeth unto the Lord." S. PHILIP.. W. H. I nlk. -= 88. Lord, in this Thy mer - cy's day, Ere the time shall _P - --- _.... ---<'- F:=, i.l.. g — - ~ — -~ - pass a - way, On our knees we fall and pray. A - MEN., __. ___,,_,_. a__ _,- -Y' N_, _ —'- ---,. 62 — p Holy Jesus, grant us tears, pp By Thy tears of bitter woe Fill us with heart-searching fears, For Jerusalem below, Ere the hour of doom appears. Let us not Thy love forego. mf Lord, on us Thy Spirit pour, mf Judge and Saviour of our race, Kneeling lowly at Thy door, dim When we see Thee face to face, Ere it close for evermore. p Grant us 'neath Thy wings a place. pp By Thy night of agony, mf On Thy love we rest alone, By Thy supplicating cry, And that love will then be known By Thy willingness to die, By the pardon'd round Thy throne.AMEN. I. Williams, 1841. (SECOND TUNE). LACRYAE. A. S. Sullivan. '= 88. Lord, in this Thy mer - cy's day, Ere the time shall Bt? - -l — t-. --;!. - 1- - z -1 - q 1- --- -- ^::,..... ^j_-, ~ _ _. pass a- way, On our knees we fall and pray. A - MEx.

Page  69 LENT. 64 7s. 6s. D., HOLY CHURCH. " 76..fwe confess our sins, He isfaithful andjust toforgive us our sins." A. H. Brown. r~ ---w —i — ~ ---~=^-1 — -m-:~ -~ _-=-1 — _ — k-0 -)=92. PMy sins, my sins,my Sav -iourl They take such hold on me. p -t _ _ ____ ___. 4 _ — __ --- t — I am not a - ble to look up, Save on - ly,Christ, to Thee; -pF w-@* 7 --- < * — ------- — ' --— I1= --— t_ --- — __1 — 1-, _ ~" w - I- 'cr I9_ In Thee is all for - give -ness, In Thee a - bun - dant grace, cr -, I I' _ ___ -/ ____ ____ My sha-dow and my sun-shine, The bright-nessof Thy face. A-MEN. _f_-. - - - - - -_-. --- -. - 6 —. - I.. _ ~'=_.Av"~ _5 — _ ---._. 1 L ---I. — - I I. -- ----- - 1 l —.: — I - - - -. — ---- ' --- --— ' ----. I —,-P:Z:1 — -,@ --- F a --- -- --— 1 1Il -_ I! _1 - _, t p My sins, my sins, my Saviour How sad on Thee they fall! Seen through Thy gentle patience, I tenfold feel them all; I know they are forgiven, But still, their pain to me pp Is all the grief and anguish They laid, my Lord, on Thee. p My sins, my sins, my Saviour! Their guilt I never knew Till, with Thee, in the desert, I near Thy Passion drew; pp Till, with Thee, in the garden, I heard Thy pleading prayer, And saw the sweat-drops bloody That told Thy sorrow there. vnf Therefore my songs, my Saviour, E'en in this time of woe, Shall tell of all Thy goodness To suffering man below; f Thy goodness and Thy favour, Whose presence from above, Rejoice those hearts, my Saviour, That live in Thee and love. AMEN. J. S. B. Monseuc

Page  70 LENT. 65, C.M.D. S LEONARD. " Lord, remember me." H. Hiles. t: -11 I I1II& Lt 80. 0 Thou,from whom all good-ness flows, I lift my heart to Thee; mf 4'- C.",,- I i i 1..... _I_ -- — p --- —-- In all my sor-rows, conflicts, woes, Dear Lord, re-mem- ber me, — ^"^T"" ^ ~^~~^~. 1^ ~f ~f ^pg__ — f ^~ -^ ___ I J_ _5 I9 -L When on my ach - ing, burdened heart My sins lie heav - i ly,.........I.... I _ i_ -^ - J- --...-. crt p Thy par- don grant, Thy peace im-part: In love, re-mem - ber me. A-MEN. 1 ---J 2r - 1 -p When trials sore obstruct my way, And ills I cannot flee, mf 0 let my strength be as my day; p For good, remember me. If worn with pain, disease, and grief, This feeble frame should be, cr Grant patience, rest, and kind relief: p Hear and remember me. p And oh, when in the hour of death I own Thy just decree, Be this the prayer of my last breath, Dear Lord, remember me. mf To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom we adore, Be glory, as it was, is now, And shall be evermore. AMEN. T Haweis, 1792, * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  71 LE2T. 66. (FIRST TUN.) C.M. DBL. "Be not Thoufar from me, 0 Lord; Thou art my succour, hoste Thee to help me." I. Smith, 1770. 1' 60 mf:88. 0 gra-cious God, in whom I live, My fee - ble ef- forts aid; mf Increase my faith, increase my hope, p Whene'er temptations fright my heart When foes and fears prevail; Or lure my feet aside, And bear my fainting spirit up, cr My God, Thy powerful aid impart, Or soon my strength will fail. My Guardian and my Guide. Fr om happiness and Thee. AMEN. Anne Steele, 1780. (SECOND TUNE.) SAWLEY. Pivou. = 80. 0 gra-cious God, in whom I live, My fee - ble ef - forts aid; ___<- 1~ _a_1 __a t, -__,_ g - -1 ^ O rg. Help me to w atch, and ray, and strive, Tho tremblinga nd a-t othefraid. A-Eseasons.,~.,. -'I - I I J hi iymn may also be sung at other s eaon.

Page  72 LENT. 67, 10s. LnanA. "In whom we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins." J. Lanyran. _P _ - ~- I I I _-"'.. i r ' -i d-. ~,, --- 0-1: == 100. Wea - ry of earth, and la - den with my sin, I look at heav'n and j P-6-... -. - -- _ --- k, -- -..long to en - ter in, But there no e - vil thing may find a home: I _ L-tH- 1- - ---- ---- And yet I hear a voice that bids me 'Come." A - MEE. -- - I ----4 --- ' -, - I I- -- -~ ---. - -- - fe,&2 — r If_- X p So vile I am, how dare I hope to stand In the pure glory of that holy land? Before the whiteness of that Throne appear? cr Yet there are Hands stretch'd out to draw me near. p The while I fain would tread the heavenly way, Evil is ever with me, day by day; cr Yet on mine ears the gracious tidings fall, Repent, confess, thou shalt be loosed from all." mf It is the voice of Jesus that I hear, His are the Hands stretch'd out to draw me near, And His the Blood that can for all atone, And set me faultless there before the Throne. mf 'Twas He who found me on the deathly wild, And made me heir of heaven, the Father's child, And day by day, whereby my soul may live, Gives me His grace of pardon, and will give. mf Yea, Thou wilt answer for me, righteous Lord: Thine all the merits, mine the great reward; p Thine the sharp thorns, and (mf) mine the golden crown, mf Mine the life won, and (p) Thine the life laid down. AMzl. S. J. Stone, 1866. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons

Page  73 LENT. 68m' 6s. 5s. D. S. ANDREW OF CRETE. "Whom resist, steadfast in the faith." J. B. Dykes. II -I --- — +-.... = 90. Chris-tian! dost thou see them On the ho - ly ground, _P-____ 2 __ ___LII I I ~ crI — m -1-1 -i - h <1 How the powers of dark - ness Rage thy steps a - round? cr di \dm ___ ff --- 1 —, - 104. Chris-tian, up and smite them, Count-ing gain but loss; u,.- - _ _ — - _ _ _ — l -, In the strength that corn - eth By the Ho - ly Cross. A - MEN. p Christian, dost thou feel them, p Christian I dost thou hear them, How they work within, How they speak thee fair? cr Striving, tempting, luring, cr '" Always fast and vigil? Goading into sin? Always watch and prayer?" / Christian, never tremble; ff Christian, answer boldly: Never be down-cast; " While I breathe I pray!" Gird thee for the battle, p Peace shall follow battle, Watch and pray and fast. f Night shall end in day. mf " Well I know thy trouble, 0 My servant true; Thou art very weary, p I was weary too; f But that toil shall make thee Some day all Mine own, And the end of sorrow ff Shall be near My Throne." AMEN. St. Andrew of Crete: Tr. J. M. Neate. The first four lines of each verse of this Hymn may be sung in Unison, and the last four lines in Harmony. Or the first four lines of each verse may be sung as a Solo, and the last four lines by the whole choir; with the exception of the tth verse, the whole of which should be sung hy all the choir.

Page  74 LENT. 69. C.M. ORTONVI&. " A broken and contrite heart, 0 God, Thou wilt not despise." Dr. Hastings. (FIBST TUNE.) t90. Lord,when we bend before Thy Throne,And our con-fes-sions pour,Teach us to feel the _. ~.-, ' -6-,_ -— _- - = __ sins we own, And hate what we de - plore, And hate what we de - plore. A - MEN. |-_-t- — ~-~-r —[- ~ —1b-~__-~- -d-~-t-~_ -— t - — |-~ -^-l —TgH I, W, W p Our broken spirits, pitying, see; p When we disclose our wants in prayer, True penitence impart; May we our wills resign; And let a kindling glance from Thee And not a thought our bosom share Beam hope upon the heart. Which is not wholly Thine. cr Let faith each weak petition fill, And waft it to the skies, And teach our hearts 'tis goodness still That grants it, or denies. AMEN. J. D. Carlyle, 1805. (SECOND TUNE.) MARTYRDOM. Hugh Wilson. = 88. Lord, when we bend be - fore Thy Throne, And our con - fes - sions pour,,,T H — _ - - I- F -' " #- '- — '~T -~;F- --:':> -:__ _..:.._: q_ ___~ __-. ~. j+, S ^'L-^i-f2 J Teach us to feel the sins we own, And hate what we de-plore. A-MEN... I I -., -, _,J - -- - -- -f'- I i ir- - f -i - 1 - I I -

Page  75 LENT. 701* Six 8s. BENEDICTION. " Jesus Christ, the same, yesterday, to-day, andfor e.er." C. J. Dickinson. t_- -i ---- / _, -.. -=96. Wea - ry of wand - ering from my God, And now made will-inf p --, — / to re- turn, I hear and bow me to the rod; '- _J dim >^ - _di 9 -S-s11a- 5~l ---- For Thee, not with - out hope, I mourn: I have an Ad - vo-. - _ _ - mf - _4 g _ nif _ _ _ _ _ _ ~z-_., -s — - ".,n- ~ —: - l —~I --- -, — ^- '," ~ --- c I I1Tr * -. ca ete a- bove, A Frie nd bme - fore t he throe of love. A - MN. wp O Jesus, full of pardoning grace - cr Thou know'st the way to bring me back, More full of grace than I of sin; My fallen spirit to restore: dim Yet once again I seek Thy face: dim 0 for Thy truth and mercy's sake. Open Thine arms and take me in; Forgive, and bid me sin no more: And freely my backslidings heal, The ruins of my soul repair, And love the faithless sinner still. And make my heart a house of prayer. C. Wesley, 1749. AMEN * Thia Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  76 LENT. 71. L.L ZEPHYR. VtI. B. Bradbury. "God be merciful to me, a sinner." — q —I-T - T......-l. — = 60. With bro-ken heart and con - trite sigh A trem-bling sin- ner, Lord, I cry; P-/9- -U- -U- -'9- -,9- - __\ \ Pa w~- A- - z*^=l -\E — 4E=:^-= ^:a Iq-^ -.^ s. ~~<-~: _t li3 5 —~_$ _: WI LT-L-: -^-i — ^ —h-: _-.I..... I -1- --...rr-j - I -- - Thy pardoning grace is rich and free: 0 God be mer - ci - ful to me. A- MEN. -_- -_- — '-PP-9- - - g^ —f-4-= =L,-, —s.-Z ^.I.,'-. -. I p I smite upon my troubled breast, p Nor alms, nor deeds that I have done, With deep and conscious guilt oppressed; Can for a single sin atone; Christ and His Cross my only plea: To Calvary alone I flee: pp 0 God, be merciful to me. pp 0 God, be merciful to me. p Far off I stand with tearful eyes, Nor dare uplift them to the skies; But Thou dost all my anguish see: pp 0 God, be merciful to me. p cr f And when, redeemed from sin and hell, With all the ransomed throng I dwell, My raptured song shall ever be, God has been merciful to me. AMEN. C. Elven, 1852. The following Hymns and some of the Hymns for Holy Week are suitable for this season: 28. A few more years shall roll. 382. Ah, how shall fallen man. 511. Almighty God! I call to Thee. 399. Approach, my soul, the mercy seat. 514. Art thou weary, art thou languid. 479. Heirs of unending life. 377. He's blest, whose sins have pardon gaiu'd. 443. In the hour of trial. 393. Jesus, Lover of my soul. 225. Jesus, meek and gentle. 394. Jesus, my Saviour! look on me. 532. Jesus, Saviour of my soul. 392. Just as I am, without one plea. 400. Lord, teach us how to pray aright. 237. My faith looks up to Thee. 470. My soul, be on Thy guard. 507. Nearer, my God, to Thee. 467. 0 for a heart to praise my God. 388. 0 Jesus, Saviour of the lost. 10. 0 Jesus, Thou art standing. 389. 0 that my load of sin were gone. 386. 0 Thou that hear'st when sinners cry. 385. 0 to grace how great a debtor. 513. 0 where shall rest be found. 375. Peace, troubled soul. 370. Snyviour, source of every blessing. 525. Seek, my soul, the narrow gate. 387. Stay, Thou long suffering Spirit, stay. 384. The voice of free grace. 445. 'Tis my happiness below. 252. When our heads are bowed with woe. 380. When wounded sore the stricken soul.

Page  77 Jaln Swntralna ant olt IVUeelt. 72, 7 D.. D.S. THEODULP. With chorus. "Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings Thou hast perfected praise." M. Teschner, 1613. ~ _- - ~.. -— a - -, _. -~- -6c 100. iAll glo - ry, laud, and hon - our, To Thee, Re-deem-er, King! To whom the lips of chil - dren, Made sweet Ho - san-nas ring. f I -- --- __* -____ — -F- '_____L__- L:,-._. — T__ ---, ret= — i. " g- -- - i Lt -......... The 2d andfollowing verses. mf Thou art the King of Is - rael, Thou Da-vid's Roy- al Son,..-..- I _,- ', ^,^ - Who in the Lord's Name com - est, The King and Bless-ed One. i'._~_____ -(- -~- - _-______ -_ __ -._ _ - - I " _ All glo - ry, laud, and o -our, To Thee, Re - deem-er, King! To whom the lips of chil - dren, Made sweet Ho - san - sas ring. 9:_ I. -- -1- _ f mf The company of angels Are praising Thee on high; And mortal men and all things Created, make reply. f All glory, etc. mf The people of the Hebrews With palms before Thee went: Our praise and prayer and anthems Before Thee we present. f All glory, etc. mfTo Thee before Thy passion They sang their hymns of praise: To Thee, now high exalted Our melody we raise. f All glory, etc. mf Thou didst accept their praises; Accept the prayers we bring, Who in all good delightest, Thou good and gracious King. f All glory, etc. AMe 15 S. Theodutlph, (9th cent.) Tr. J. M. Neale, 1851.

Page  78 PALM S UNDA Y AND HOLY WEEK. 73.I L.M. s. DROSDANB. "And the multitudes that went before, and that followed, cried, sayin, J. B. Dykes. Hosanna to the Son of David." ==80. Ride on! ride on in ma - jes -ty! Hark all the tribes Ho - san - na cry; K8_ _> I to -4i*,Seil A 4 0 Saviour meek, pursue Thy road With palms and scatter'd garments strow'd. A-EN. _ -r —.... _ ____a- - -b f Ride on! ride on in majesty! p In lowly pomp ride on to die: cr 0 Christ, Thy triumphs now begin O'er captive death and conquer'd sin. f Ride on! ride on in majesty! mf The last and fiercest strife is nigh; The Father on His sapphire throne Expects His own anointed Son. f Ride on! ride on in majesty! f Ride on! ride on in majes ty! mf The winged armies of the sky p In lowly pomp ride on to die; p Look down with sad and wondering eyes, Bow Thy meek head to mortal pain, To see the approaching Sacrifice. f Then take, 0 God, Thy power, and reign. Dean H. H. Milman, 1827. AEXN. 74. 6s. 5s. D. GREEK HYMN. "The precious blood of Christ." 80. Glo - ry be to Je - sus, Who in bitter pains,Pour'd for me the life-bloodFrom His sacred veins!:~^~ ^ ' ^ w-fe —~ — Grace and life eter-nal In that Blood I find,Blest be His compassion,Infin - ite - ly kind! A-MEN.. ---t~-:.. mm-.~r-e-,e-. m dor-e. —,zf' - ^ff-ia^: I^ T.^^ ^:^:^^: ^^!:,^-:4.: mf Blest through endless ages Be the precious stream, Which from endless torments Did the world redeem! Abel's blood for vengeance Pleaded to the skies; er But the Blood of Jesus For our pardon cries. mf Oft as earth exulting Wafts its praise on high, Angel-hosts rejoicing Make their glad reply. f Lift ye then your voices; cr Swell the mighty flood; ff Louder still and louder Praise the precious Blood. AMEN. Italian; Tr. E. Caswetl. Si53.

Page  79 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 5, C.M. FIRST TUNE.) _, 1 "He was wounded for our transgressions." 01 MARTYRDOM. Hugh Wilson. I __ - -+ —I_ _ _-0 - =88. My Sav-iour hang - ing on the tree, In a - go - nies and blooa, _pp _~ _ I _', —=!_ - -_4-=-D:_ 1 '. - ~ - ~ m at _ __,. = -- Methought once turn'd His eyes on me, As near His Cross I stood. A-MEN. ep -!22 — pp Sure, never till my latest breath p Alas! I knew not what I did; Can I forget that look; But now my tears are vain: It seem'd to charge me with His death, Where shall my trembling soul be hid? Though not a word He spoke. For I the Lord have slain. pp My conscience felt and own'd the guilt, mf A second look He gave, which said, And plunged me in despair; "I freely all forgive; I saw my sins His blood had spilt, This blood is for thy ransom paid, And help'd to nail Him there. I die that thou may'st live." p Thus, while His death my sin displays In all its blackest hue - mf Such is the mystery of grace - It seals my pardon too. AMEN. J. Newton. (SECOND TUNE.) ECKARDTSHEM. C. Zeunrer. I_ I -I-+ -21 pPi3 - -~g- 3 -~ --- — '.. ' 88. My Sav-iour hang-ing on the tree, In a - go - nies and blood, ~pp _ _- __- -, -. -.Methought once turn'd His eyes on me, As near His Cross I stood. A-MEN. I ___ _ __ -_ __ - ^~ ~ ~~~ ~~~~~~~.-Q'^~ \-~__.J-j-*~i*rj^^S —T-li

Page  80 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 76, 8s. 7s. D. Lux EoI. " Who, whien He had purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high." A. S. Sullivan. - — 4= -,, -,= 96. Hail, Thou once-de - spis - ed Je - sus; Hail, Thou Gal - li - le - an King; $-. — 1 -2 —1 — r |r — I- a,-f -—:.,, --- Thou didst suf- fer to re - lease us; Thou didst free sal - va - tion bring! cJ7 —H^- gj -a a —j —i - -r mp,...., -. Hail, Thou a - gon - iz - ing Saviour, Bear-er of our sin and shame; c _r rv - By Th mer-it we find fa-vour: Life is given through Thy Name.A-MEN. fi.. ---g —, 1 --- -v-g —g --..., I l, mf Paschal Lamb, by God appointed, ff Jesus, hail! enthroned in glory, All our sins were on Thee laid; There forever to abide, By Almighty love anointed, All the heavenly hosts adore Thee, Thou hast full atonement made. Seated at Thy Father's side; All Thy people are forgiven There for sinners Thou art pleading; Through the virtue of Thy Blood; There Thou dost our place prepare; cr Open'd is the gate of heaven, Ever for us interceding, Peace is made 'twixt man and God. Till in glory we appear. ff Worship, honour, power, and blessing Thou art worthy to receive; Loudest praises, without ceasing, Meet it is for us to give! Help, ye bright angelic spirits, Bring your sweetest, noblest lays; Help to sing our Saviour's merits, Help to chant Emmanuel's praise. AMEX. J. Bakewell, 1760.

Page  81 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 77 8s. 7s. 7s. EDOM. "Who is this that cometh from Edom, with dyed garments from Bozrah " Renry Smart. mrs- -- - -— z j - --- - d188. Who is this that comes from E - dom, All His rai-ment stain'd with blood, f To the cap - tive speak-ing free-dom, Bring- ing and be - stow-ing good: -_-_, _ g _ Glo- rious in the garb He wears, Glo-rious in the spoils He bears? A-MEN. _cr_ _ _ -- _- |_ _ mf 'Tis the Saviour, now victorious Travelling onward in His might; 'Tis the Saviour; 0 how glorious, To His people, is the sight! f Satan conquered, and the grave, Jesus now is strong to save. mp Why that blood His raiment staining? 'Tis the blood of many slain; cr Of His foes there's none remaining, None, the contest to maintain: Fallen they are, no more to rise; All their glory prostrate lies. ff Mighty Victor, reign for ever; Wear the crown so dearly won; Never shall Thy people, never, Cease to sing what Thou hast done; Thou hast fought Thy people's foes; Thou hast healed Thy people's woes. AMEx. T. Kelly, 1809. * T-, Hymn may also be sung at other seaons.

Page  82 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 78. L.M.. WARD. " The preaching of the Cross is unto us who are saved the power of God." Ar.'. L. Mason.?f |_p - _- _=| J==56. We sing the praise of Him who died, Of Him who died up-on the Cross; -m- n — i g (- BEE — _ --- -_ zz_ T The sinner's hope let men de-ride; For this we count the world but loss, A-MEN. _ T V-r nzr4 z _ _ _,II mf Inscribed upon the Cross we see f It makes the coward spirit brave, In shining letters, God is love: And nerves the feeble arm for fight; p He bears our sins upon the tree: It takes its terror from the grave, cr He brings us mercy from above. And gilds the bed of death with light. f The Cross-it takes our guilt away; f The balm of life, the cure of woe, It holds the fainting spirit up; The measure and the pledge of love, It cheers with hope the gloomy day, The sinner's refuge here below, And sweetens every bitter cup. The Angels' theme in heaven above.AMEir T. Kelly, 1815. /79 L.M. UXBRIDGE. *' God forbid that I should glory save in the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ." L. Mason. I0-a- - 9 -- -- -- {= 60. The Roy-al Banners for-ward go, The Cross shines forth in mys - tic glow; - f, aWhere He in Flesh,our fle-sh who made,Our sentence bore, our ran - som paid. A-MIEN. I -0! -a- -a- - r9 - - - -< - -^9 - -09- -F. trf There whilst He hung, His sacred Side, mf Upon its arms, like balance true, By soldier's spear was opened wide, He weighed the price for sinners due, To cleanse us in the precious flood The price which none but He could pay, Of Water mingled with His Blood. f And spoiled the spoiler of his prey. mf 0 Tree of glory, Tree most fair, f To Thee, Eternal Three in One, Ordained those Holy Limbs to bear, Let homage meet by all be done: How bright in purple robe it stood, As by the Cross Thou dost restore, p The purple of a Saviour's Blood I So rule and guide us evermore. AMEN. Fortsunatus, 6th cent.; Tr. J. M. Ncale.

Page  83 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 0V. P.M. ECCE AGNUS. " Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world." Old Melody. b= 84. Behold the Lamb of (orod!O Thou for sinners slain,Let it not be in vain That Thou hast died: __ r. -. I:t_~.I, -l — 1 _. _ I - ' l Thee for my Saviour let me take,My on - ly re-fuge let me make Thy pierced Side. A-MEN. mf_ h_, I PI- - ~2__ -1 -- - -— I -t =I 'r — mf Behold the Lamb of God! Fill us with love that never faints, p Into the sacred d flood Grant us with all Thy blessed Saints Of Thy most precious Blood Eternal rest. My soul I cast: mf Wash me and make me clean within, mf Behold the Lamb of God I And keep me pure from every sin, f Worthy is He alone, p Till life be past. That sitteth on the throne Of God above; rmf Behold the Lamb of God! One with the Ancient of all days, All hail, Incarnate Word, One with the Comforter in praise Thou everlasting Lord, All Light and Love. AMEIN. Saviour most blest; M. Bridges, 1848. 3 "L 7i REDHEAD, 47. -I 7 S. " Is it nothing to you, all ye that pass by? Behold and see if there be any B. Redhead. sorrow like unto my sorrow." -0 — ~;_~ ~ ',~ —~ —~~ ~ iP --- — - ~ ~ —~ -— J -J _ _ -2 _ I I- - mf- --- - -" — a-. --- _ - -( — --.. a= 80. See the des-tined day a - rise! See, a will - ing Sac - ri - fice,... ----.=p —. ----t ---3 --- —— ~T —,-= ----,-l — ' ~ —| ---" —I —.a --- —---- _snf ___ - - Je sus, to re - deem our los, Hangs up - on the shameful Cross. A-MEN. - 2 —^ e- l l t s ---p Jesus, who but Thou had borne, mf Thence the cleansinrg water flowed, Lifted on that tree of scorn, Mingled from Thy Side with blood; Every pang and bitter throe, Sign to all attesting eyes Finishing Thy life of woe? Of the finished Sacrifice. w Who but Thou had dared to drain p Holy Jesus, grant us grace Steeped in gall, the cup of pain, In that Sacrifice to place And with tender body bear cr All our trust for life renewed, Thorns, and nails, and piercing spear? Pardoned sin, and promised good. A IEq, Bishov. fant. s1837;.

Page  84 82. Ten 7s. HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. " Truly this was the Son of God." _ I I I. _ CORELI. Corelli. * IIs_-z 5- -. z Am1 —t Pa r -- J=66.Boundup- on th'ac-curs-ed tree, Faint and bleeding,who is He? By the eyes so! I - 1 I' 4 __ --- I —. - a ' - X "~-41 pale and dim, Streaming blood, and writhing limb, By the flesh with scourges torn, / - I -n ' By the crown of twist-ed thorn, By the side so deep-ly pierced,By the baf-fled, _r _, 9P._ -6 -burning thirst,By the drooping,death-dew'd brow,Son of Man!'tis Thou! 'tis Thou. A-MEN. - 2 2 2 ____ ___ -- - - - ~ _ _ ___ jjz L -'iz p Bound upon the accursed tree, Dread and awful, who is He? By the sun at noonday pale, Shivering rocks and rending veil, By the earth enwrapt in gloom, By the saints who burst their tomb, Eden promised ere He died To tho felon at His side; Lord! our suppliant knees we bow! ps Son of God! 'tis Thou! 'tis Thou! p Bound upon the accursed tree, Sad and dying, who is He? p By the last and bitter cry Of the dying agony, By the lifeless body, laid In the chambers of the dead, By the mourners come to weep Where the bones of Jesus sleep, Crucified, we know Thee now: Son of Man 'tis Thou! 'tis Thou I p Bound upon the accursed tree, Dread and awful, who is He? By the prayer for them that slew, " Lord! they know not what they do I" cr By the spoil'd and empty grave, By the souls He died to save, f By the conquest He hath won, By the saints before His throne, By the rainbow round His brow, Son of God! 'tis Thou 'tis Thou! AMEN. Dean H. H. Milman, 1827.

Page  85 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 83. L.M. ROoKIN GH. " God forbid that I should glory save in the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ." Dr. Miller. — F - -- - -- -- [ — C - - - _- O - - _ _ - -- -— g -. t — - " — -~ _ ~- ~-. ___, |, _ - y t w s Css f - I =88. When I sur-vey the wondrous Cross On which the[Princeof Glo-ry died,. Prince of Gl- rdi e d -.. _ __ n h- I — I ------ My rich-est gain I count but loss, And pour contempt on all my pride.A-MEN. - l — I —i-a_-I-t mf Forbid It, Lord, that I should boast, p See, from His head, His hands, His feet, Save in the Cross of Christ, my God: Sorrow and love flow mingled down! All the vain things that charm me most, cr Did e'er such love and sorrow meet? I sacrifice them to Thy Blood. Or thorns compose a Saviour's crown? mf Were the whole realm of nature mine, That were a tribute far too small; f Love so amazing, so divine, Demands my soul, my life, my all. AMET. Isaac Watts, 1709. 84 83.. 7BATTY. " Unto you therefore which believe He is precious." German. 1 88. Sweet the moments, rich in blessing, Which be - fore the Cross I spend, mf - -o! s o Lif, ad h a — - o t Life, and health,and peace possess - ing From the sin-ner's dy-ing Friend. A-MEN. - hi ~^ _ 'cf O ^V~i^^^g^g^^cg=^^EE~ g=F 1 Lg__ —: —i j ---.- — ~- -1,- _ —':-:-r --- -!:: -- mf Here I'll rest forever viewing p Truly blessed is the station, Mercy poured in streams of blood: Low before His Cross to lie; Precious drops, my soul bedewing, Whilst I see divine compassion Plead, and claim my peace with God. Beaming in His languid eye. mf Lord, in ceaseless contemplation Fix my thankful heart on Thee, Till I taste Thy full salvation, And Thine unveil'd glory see. AExT. J. Allen, 1757; T. W. Shirley, 1760.

Page  86 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSIONt. ~wll L M. HAMBURG. "He said, It is finished; and He bowed His head, and gave up the ghost." L. Mason. | -6J —# --- -i - S @ t A - S = -54. 'Tis fin-ish'd; so the Sav - iour cried,And meekly bowed His head and died. mp -,, - -fS- --: -a- ---- -a-_ _ — _-. __ I _ I EE-EO 'Tis fin-ish'd; yes, the work is done,The bat-tie fought.the victory won. A-MEI. -_ ---_ - -- - -6 — -- -' s - - - --- l-76 -: mf 'Tis finish'd: all that heaven decreed, p 'Tis finish'd: this My dying groan And all the ancient prophets said, Shall sins of every kind atone: Is now fulfilled, as long designed, Millions shall be redeemed from death, In Me, the Saviour of mankind. By this, My last expiring breath. mf 'Tis finish'd: Aaron now no more mf 'Tis finish'd: heaven is reconciled, Must stain his robes with purple gore: And all the powers of darkness spoiled: The sacred veil is rent in twain, Peace, love, and happiness, again And Jewish rites no more remain. Return and dwell with sinful men. f 'Tis finish'd: let the joyful sound Be heard through all the nations round: 'Tis fin ish'd: let the echo fly Through heaven and hell, through earth and sky. AMEr. S. Stennett, 1787. 86, Six 7s.,REDHEAD, '76. Remembering mine affliction and my misery, the wormwood and the gall." B..Redhead. G-84. Go to dark Gethsem-a-ne, Ye that feel thetempter'spow'r,YourRedeemer's con-flict see, __2, i e-'- ~ _ -- - Watch with Him one bit - ter hour; Turn not from His griefs a-way, Learn of Je - su Christ to pray. A-MEN. p Follow to the judgment hall; p Calvary's mournful mountain climb; View the Lord of life arraign'd; cr There, adoring at His feet, 0 the wormwood and the gall! Mark the miracle of time, 0 the pangs His soul sustain'd! God's own sacrifice complete; Shun not suffering, shame or loss; p "It is finish'd!" hear Him cry; o' Learn of Him to bear the cross. cr Learn of Jesus Christ to die. AMEN. J. Montgomery, 1822.

Page  87 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. B 7* 7s. 6s. D. (FIRST TUNE.) " Who loved me and gave Himself for me." PASSION CHORALFI Hans Leo Hassler., =76. 0 Sa - cred Head, now wound - ed, With grief and shame bowed down, Do --- __ - Now scorn - ful - y sur - round - ed With thorns Thine on - ly crown. 0 Sa - cred Head,what glo - ry, What bliss till now was Thine! _ _ ---- — L_?L _.____. I...nf What Thou, my Lord, hast suffered, Was all for sinners' gain: Mine, mine was the transgression, But Thine the deadly pain. L.o, here I fall, my Saviour: 'Tis I deserve Thy place; er Look on me with Thy favour, Vouchsafe to me Thy grace. mf What language shall I borrow To thank Thee, dearest Friend, For this Thy dying sorrow, Thy pity without end? 0 make me Thine for ever; And should I fainting be, Lord let me never, never Outlive my love for Thee. f The joy can ne'er be spoken, Above all joys beside, When in Thy body broken I thus with safety hide. dim Lord of my life, desiring Thy glory now to see, Beside Thy Cross expiring, I'd breathe my soul to Thee. p Be near me when I'm dying, 0 show Thy Cross to me: And to my succour flying, cr Come, Lord, and set me free. These eyes new faith receiving, From Jesus shall not move; For he, who dies believing, Dies safely through Thv love. AMI,. S. Bernard, 1153; P. Gerhardt, 1656; J. W. Alexander, 1849.

Page  88 87. HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 7s. 6s. D. (SECOND TUNE.) "Who loved me and gave Himself for me." LANCASHIRE. H. Smart. 88. 0 Sa - cred Head, now wound - ed, With grief and shame bow'd down, __4___ - __- T, _~ 2 i _ _____ _ — --- -L- m --- ---- Now scorn - ful - ly sur - round - ed, With thorns, Thy on - ly crown. __ _,____ - __, _ _ --- cr - - ' — O Sa-cred Head,what glo - ry, What bliss till now was Thine! _cr ___f _ _ 2 —42 - --- - -2 -_ 6 _ - -k- --,........ Yet, though de-spised and go - ry, I joy to call Thee mine. A-MEN. - -— ^-. s-X — < -f f __ f O -. - -- _ _ -- 9~ __ ____; __ ____ t-t e2ii mf What Thou, my Lord, hast suffered, Was all for sinner's gainl: Mine, mine was the transgression, But Thine the deadly pain. Lo, here I fall, my Saviour: 'Tis I deserve Thy place; cr Look on me with Thy favour, Vouchsafe to me Thy grace. f The joy can ne'er be spoken, Above all joys beside, When in Thy body broken I thus with safety hide. dim Lord of my life, desiring Thy glory now to see, Beside Thy Cross expiring, I'd breathe my soul to Thee. mf What language shall I borrow To thank Thee, dearest Friend, For this Thy dying sorrow, Thy pity without end? O make me Thine for ever; And should I fainting be, Lord let me never, never Outlive my love for Thee. p Be near me when I'm dying, O show Thy Cross to me: And to my succour flying, cr Come, Lord, and set me free. These eyes new faith receiving, From Jesus shall not move; For he, who dies believing, Dies safely through Thy love. AMES. S. Bernard, 1153; P. Gerhardt, 1656; J. W..Alexander, 1849.

Page  89 HOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 88. 8s.7s. 4. S. " It isfinitshed." W. A. Muhlenberg.. P _ ==84. Hark! the voice of love and mer- cy Sounds a- loud from Cal - va- ry; 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ See, it rends the rocks a - sun-der, Shakes the earth, and veils the sky! _ v- -I- ~ -. -- L I _ "It is finished! It is fin-ished!" Hear the dy - ing Sav - iour cry. A-MEie. / - --- I ^1 -FF --- -- P - f "It is finish'd!" 0 what pleasure Do the precious words afford! Flow to us from Christ the Lord. " It is finished! Saints, the dying words record. f Finished all the types and shadows Of the ceremonial law; Finish'd all that God had promised; Death and hell no more shall awe: f "It is finished!" Saints from hence your comfort draw. f Tune your harps anew, ye seraphs; Strike them to Emmanuel's Name; All on earth, and all in heaven, Join the triumph to proclaim. if Alleluia! Glory to the bleeding Lamb! AMEN. J. Evans, 1787.

Page  90 SOLY WEEK: THE PASSION. 89. L.X S. CROS " They crucified Him." J. B. Dykes. | GiIr A< a Wt ^S ^-e-W 72. 0 come and mourn with me a - while; O come ye to the Saviour's side; l 1 - - 'L"5;, * ' -J -"- - - d -f --- —- 1 I'-3 — | t:0PP i Iroe 0 come, to-geth-er let us mourn; Je-sus, our Lord, is cru - ci - fied. A-MEN. ' - - I _ ---g E iPP mf Have we no tears to shed for Him, While soldiers scoff and Jews deride? Ah! look how patiently He hangs; pp Jesus, our Lord, is crucified. p Seven times He spake, seven words of love; And all three hours His silence cried For mercy on the souls of men; pp Jesus, our Lord, is crucified. mf A broken heart, a fount of tears, Ask, and they will not be denied; Lord Jesus, may we love and weep, Since Thou for us art crucified. AMEo. F. W. Faber, 1849. he following Hymns are suitable for this season. 379. Ah, not like erring man is God. 251. Lord, as to Thy dear Cross we flee. 378. Behold, the Saviour of mankind. 458. My God, I love Thee, not because. 381. Come, ye sinners, poor and needy. 391. Rock of Ages, cleft for me. 396. Forever here my rest shall be. 383. There is a fountain filled with blood.

Page  91 irater 25btn. 90. Six 7s. REDHEAD, 76. "And when Joseph had taken the Body, he wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, R. Redhead. and laid it in his own new tomb, which he had hewn out in the rock. And there was Mary Magdalene, and the other Mary sitting over against the sepulchre." 0 84, Rest - ing from His work to-day, In the tomb the Sav- iour lay; mf >J= = —f^ -o o- r r -- Still He slept, from Head to Feet, Shrouded in the wind -ing-sheet, - t9 ~ ~- -e — - Ly - ing in the rock a -lone, Hid-den by the seal- eid -stone. A-ME. -— ~.' ' ' — T - — <9-r '.t.... —? -~ — ~ --- —- — S- - mf Late at even there was seen Watching long the Magdalene; Early, ere the break of day, p Sorrowful she took her way To the holy garden glade, Where her buried Lord was laid. mf So with Thee, till life shall end, I would solemn vigil spena: Let me hew Thee, Lord, a shrine In this rocky heart of mine, Where in pure embalmed cell None but Thou may ever dwell. mf Myrrh and spices will I bring, True affection's offering; p Close the door from sight and sound Of the busy world around; And in patient watch remain er Till my Lord appear again. AMEEN. T. W. Whytehead, 1842.

Page  92 EASTER EVEN. 91. (F=IST TUNE.) 7s. REDHEAD, 47. R. Redhead. " Th7e took they the body of Jesus, and wound it in linen clothes with the spices." xr _~ _ -__ _ "2 _-! <:= 414 — 'r =- 80. Pain and toil are o - ver now; Bring the spice and bring the myrrh, I mp '- - -_ - -__ r ~ * _ j- -_-_:-_ ---1 ~ - "'( ^- g. - I-1. -~ —,- -~_~_ Fold the limb and bind the brow, In the rich man's sep - ul-chre. A-MEN. mp Sin has bruised the Victor's heel; Roll the stone and guard it well; er Bring the Roman's boasted seal, Bring his boldest sentinel. mf Yet the morning's purple ray Shall present a glorious sight, Stone by earthquake rolled away, Angel guards all robed in white.AiMEw. C. F. Alexander, 1840. (SEoOND TuNE.) S. BuEs. J. B. Dykes. -n-p '. ~ - --.... J=80. Pain and toil are o - ver now; Bring the spice and bring the myrrh, -- — lt Fold the limb and bind the brow, In the rich man's sep - ulchre. A-MEN. - -, -1.. _ -. l P ---; - -1 -.re- -I s-I -F?, —f --— ' --- -i s I - t7-~~ -L. ---- _ -- s_ I --- — --- ---— _ ---I - I --- —--- 1: -11 - Y - [- I I,-. i. _ i

Page  93 EASTER EVEYN. 92s 8s, 7s. 7s. REQUIEr. " And laid Him in a sepulchre which was hewn out of a rock." W. Schulthes. mf -72. All is o'er, the pain, the sor-row, Hu-man taunts and Sa - tan's spite; IF — -p — _ ---- _a_ -08 Death shall be despoiled to - mor-row Of the Prey he grasps to-night, /I,L i~:Z-~ p —. — - -i i —~-_. - ~- - How did soul and body languish, Till the toil of death was o'er! But that toil, so fierce and dread. Bruised and crushed the serpent's head. p Close and still the tomb that holds Him, While in brief repose He lies; Deep the slumber that enfolds Him, Veiled awhile from mortal eyes: Slumber such as needs must be After hard-won victory. p So this night, with voice of sadness Chant the anthem soft and low; cr Loftier strains of praise and gladness From to-morrow's harps shall flow: f "Death and hell at length are slain, Christ hath triumphed, Christ doth reign." AMNx. J. Moultrie, 1858

Page  94 EASTER EVEN. 93. 1s. FREDEMIK. "I would not lve alway." G. Kingsley. r mfo -- - c- - I -M- - 1 [- - -i- - < = 84. I would not live al-way: I ask not to stay Where storm af - ter mfY_ —? -- -0- - __ -4- -. - I 1 - i-!- _.- F -. - _ __, i~:-;-z::z. X --- storm ris -es dark o'er the way; The few lu-rid morn-ings that -D _ -_ -- g _ k/_ -- - ' ---, _ -- -___ — 1-9-. ~T~Tff - — ^.p__.F [ -.:i ~He g q - -i I I _. — -_ - -- ' "z-4 _ dawn on us here, Are enough for life's woes, full e-nough for its cheer. A-MEN. 7, 4:, —T' - - mf I would not live away, thus fetter'd by sin, Temptation without and corruption within: E'en the rapture of pardon is mingled with fears, And the cup of thanksgiving with penitent tears. mf I would not live alway; no, welcome the tomb: Since Jesus hath lain there I dread not its gloom; There, sweet be my rest, till He bid me arise To hail Him in triumph descending the skies. mf Who, who would live alway, away from his God; Away from yon heaven, that blissful abode, cr Where the rivers of pleasure flow o'er the bright plains, And the noontide of glory eternally reigns; f Where the saints of all ages in harmony meet, Their Saviour and brethren, transported, to greet; er While the anthems of rapture unceasingly roll, And the smile of the Lord is the feast of the soul. AME:I. W.. A. Muhlenberg, 1826.

Page  95 EASTER EVEN. 94, L.M. RrVAUX. "0 Lord God of my salvation, I have cried day and night before Thee." J. B. Dykes. 84. God of my life, 0 Lord most high, To Thee by day and night I cry, -_ " -- - -;~-1,_ __ i Iz1-g7-g T I I Vouchsafe my mournful voice to hear, To my dis-tress incline Thine ear. A-MEN.., ~~ -2- - -- - J -- - ___I[ 4 4 - -_i p Like those whose strength and hopes are p To Thee, O Lord, I cry forlorn, They number me among the dead; [fled, My prayer prevents the early morn: Like those who shrouded in the grave, Why hast Thou, Lord, my soul forsook, From Thee no more remembrance have. Nor once vouchsafed a gracious look? p Wilt Thou by miracle revive p Companions dear and friends beloved The dead, whom Thou forsook'st alive? Far from my sight Thou hast removed: Shall the mute grave Thy love confess, God of my life, O Lord most high, A mouldering tomb Thy faithfulness? Vouchsafe to hear my mournful cry! Psalm lxxxviii. AMEIN. 95, C.M. AZMON. " I have set God always before me; for He is on my right hand, therefore I shall not fall." Glaser. =56. My grateful soul shall bless the Lord, Whose precepts give me light; -2_ A —_ -. - _ — ~ ~ '-~ -8 -~-_ ~.~ And private counsel still af -ford In sor-row's dis- mal night. A-MEN. mf Therefore my heart all grief defies, p Thou, Lord, when I resign my breath, My glory does rejoice; My soul from hell shalt free; My flesh shall rest, in hope to rise, Nor let Thy Holy One in death Waked by His powerful voice. The least corruption see. mf Thou shalt the paths of life display Which to Thy presence lead; Where pleasures dwell without allay, And joys that never fade. AMEN. Psalm xvi.

Page  96 EASTER EVEN. 96, L.M. GRACE T1l1toH. " When I awake I shall be satisfied with Thy likeness." Pleyel. = —88.This life's a dream, an emp - ty show; But the bright world to which I go mf -LL- L' ' — L_6_ _ _ -'__* —g-=I-! —.- - Hath joys substantial and sincere: When shall I wake and find me there? A- MEN. f 0 glorious hour 0 blest abode! p My flesh shall slumber in the ground I shall be near and like my God, cr Till the last trumpet's joyful sound; And flesh and sense no more control f Then burst the chains with sweet surprise, The sacred pleasures of the soul. And in my Saviour's image rise. AMENT. Isaac Watts, 1719. 971. S.M. GREENWOOD. " I shall not die. but live." Joseph E. Sweetser. K =80. It is not death to die, To leave this wea - ry road, M -P - _, 1 -- -- -- I-~ —'"'] -T ---i — I I ' —l..__t I ';~ ' -, -- ~ L T!-' L And 'midst the brotherhood on high To b e at home with God. A - MEN. mnp It is not death to close mrp It is not death to fling The eye long dimmed by tears, Aside this sinful dust, And wake in glorious repose cr And rise on strong exulting wing, To spend eternal years. To live among the just. mn It is not death to bear f Jesus, Thou Prince of lifel The wrench that sets us free Thy chosen cannot die; From dungeon chain, to breathe the air Like Thee, they conquer in the strife, Of boundless liberty. To reign with Thee on high. AMEN. C. Malan; Tr. G. aW. Bethune. * Tehi Hymn may also be atung at other 8easonw.

Page  97 Ia41rtert.:e Ot tsourIrtiow* 98. (FIRST TUNE.) 7s. " He is risen." WHITNET. N. B. Warren. I I 92. Christ the Lord is risen to - day, Sons of men and an - gels say:.- '.! - Iby _ I I ~ -n- I; T 'fi2 d - ]_ 9- I - - -,-, - -,-, Raise your joys and tri-umphs high, Sing, ye heav'ns; and earth, re - ply. A- MEtN. g a —' ' —_ —r —v~ —'r —I[-5 i - 1- -- ~~ -- ~- -I-~ —r~ —* i' ---' —. ----vil~ B y mp Love's redeeming work is done, mf Vain the stone, the watch, the seal, cr Fought the fight, the victory won: Christ hath burst the gates of hell; f Jesus' agony is o'er, Death in vain forbids Him rise, Darkness veils the earth no more. Christ hath open'd Paradise. mf Soar we now where Christ hath led, Following our exalted Head; cr Made like Him, like Him we rise; ff Ours the cross, the grave, the skies. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1739. CLARION. (SECOND TUNE). E. F. 1Simbault. _: i ~ - _ - -- I l.: -; A =- ' --. -92. Christ the Lord is risen to-day, Sons of men and an-gels sav: r_. I- -7 -~~~_]~... Raise your joys and triumphs high, Sing, ye heavens; and earth re - ply. A-MEN. = 7 -6- ' 9 - ' ^- [ -f-r- -d-J -, — _,,2... - I- '? e9........ I- T - 1

Page  98 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 99. 7s. With Alleluia. _.LL "He is not here; He is risen." _ 1_ WORGAN. H. Carey (?) [ J =92. Je - sus Christ is risen to -day, Al - 'le - lu - ia. _-# ---... _____ — '-. '- '-.-,,_-2L ^. -r Our tri-um-phant ho - ly day; Al - - le - lu - - ia. _ I ' - 1 - _: t~"'..- 3 55-'F. —: i - I - L -!!-.- Ig Who did once up - on the Cross Al - - le - - lu - ia. f t-\-H —M Suf - fer to re - deem our loss. Al - - le - lu - ia. A-MEN. -- -~ -~ -# — — '-i —I: -g:z~" - -r _, f Hymns of praise then let us sing Unto Christ, our heavenly King, nf Who endured the Cross and grave, Sinners to redeem and save. Alleluia! mf But the pains which He endured f Our salvation have procured; ff Now above the sky He's King, Where the angels ever sing, Alleluia! AMEN. Latin Hymn; Tr. 1750.

Page  99 EASTER: THE RESURRECTION. 100, 7s. D. SALSBURGT "Sing ye to the Lord; for He hath triumphed glorionsly n S. Bach. ____ — J_ - - - -?:o _ _ -a4 - S —i - - -__ _ _-_ __ I_ __ 6=-88. At the Lamb's hih feast we sing Praise to our vie - to- rious King, _# ---e9 __ --- — _ - - - -- ~zf_ - I v _ / Vf )']- Z -z _ - *b — S — — 2 __[ -f4z - Who has washed us in the tide Flow - ing from His pierc-ed Side. - -e -I ---I, - -~ — " -L ~ Mlf I 7?, i Praise we Him, whose love di - vine Gives His Sa-cred Blood for wine, 0,I -- -....- - I '-i - ~ IL- '' Gives His Bod - y for the feast, Christ the Vic-tim,Christ the Priest. A-MEN. -- ~ ~ 4 z p —2- -a mf Where the Paschal blood is poured, f Mighty Victim from the sky! Death's dark angel sheathes his sword: Hell's fierce powers beneath Thee lie; f Israel's hosts triumphant go Thou hast conquered in the fight, Through the wave that drowns the foe. Thou hast brought us life and light: Praise we Christ, whose Blood was shed, Now no more can death appal, Paschal Victim, Paschal Bread; Now no more the grave enthral; of With sincerity and love Thou hast opened Paradise, Eat we manna from above. And in Thee Thy saints shall rise. f Easter triumph, Easter joy, mf Sin alone can this destroy; From sin's power do Thou set free Souls new-born, O Lord, in Thee. f Hymns of glory and of praise, Risen Lord, to Thee we raise; Holy Father, praise to Thee, With the Spirit ever be. AMEN. Roman Breviary: Tr. 1t. Campbell. 1850.

Page  100 EASTER; THE RESURBECTION. 1 1. (FIRST TUNE.) P.M. AIAHA "Now is Christ risen from the dead." C. F. Boper. Aj3 L 68. gels, roll the rock a - way! Death, yield up the might-y Prey! See, the Sav i our quits the tomb, Glow - lng with irn. - mcr - tal bloom. Al le - In - lAl - le - In -ia, Christ the Lord is risen to -day. A- MEN. f Shout, ye seraphs; angels, raise fHoly Father, Holy Son, Your eternal song of praise; Holy Spirit, Three in One, Let the earth's remotest bound Glory as of old to Thee, Echo to the blissful sound. Now and evermore shall be. if Alleluia! (p) alleluia! if Alleluia! ( p) alleluia! f Christ the Lord is risen to-day.f Christ the Lord, is risen to-day. AMEN. T. Scott, 1773; T. Gibbons, 1784. (SEcolND TUNE.) EASTER. J. B. Dykes. 100. An - gels, roll the rock a- way!I Death, yield up the might-y Prey! See, the Sav-iour quits the tomb, Glow-ing, in im - mor - talI bloom,"Al - le - lu- la r;I-1e - lu - ia! Christ the Lord is risen to - day. A -MENq.

Page  101 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 102, 8s. 8s. 6. MEMBAH. "The first begotten of the dead." L. Mason. mf = 58. Come seethe placewhereJesus lay, And hear an-gel-ic watchers say, mf __ 3 -_-_-2d o-m o m__~_ ~__ "He lives, who once was slain: Why seek the liv- ing 'midst the dead? I-D — --- -D- -aRe - mem-ber how the Saviour said That He would rise a - gain." A - MEN. -- -0- -- - _ _ H -{- - - t — — F -- --- I- A A- - f0 joyful sound! 0 glorious hour, When by His own Almighty power He rose, and left the grave! ff Now let our songs His triumph tell, Who burst the bands of death and hell, And ever lives to save. mf The First-begotten of the dead, For us He rose, our glorious Head, Immortal life to bring; What though the saints like Him shall die, They share their Leader's victory, And triumph with their King. of No more they tremble at the grave, For Jesus will their spirits save, And raise their slumbering dust: 0 risen Lord, in Thee we live, To Thee our ransom'd souls we give, To Thee our bodies trust. AMEN. T. Kelly, 1804.

Page  102 103. P.M. IL I EASTER: THE RESURRECTION. VICTORy. "0 sing unto the Lord a new song; for He hath done marvellous things.' I -om Palestrina. I -,- I 11 a - -? f ii &J=100. Al -le - lu - ia! Al.- le -lu ia! Al-le - in - la! f __ _ _ Cr ff 1. t * V & - - -42 0 ~ a -- -- --- - -- -- -- Org.4-4 -mf " -— 4 The strife is o'er, the bat - tie done; The vie - to - ry of life is won; i i -r- -8 -f -: I -_ - _ _ -. - -. - I I —t-r -- -- I 1 l -WI - '..w, 4 ---PI 9 i6 9 f,-I I - -e - -~- -bcThe song of tri-umph has be - gun. Al - le in - ia! A-MEm. f-42 -f The powers of Death have done their worst, But Christ their legions hath dispersed: if Let shout of holy joy outburst, Alleluia! f The three sad days are quickly sped; He rises glorious from the dead: All glory to our risen Head I Alleluia I f He closed the yawning gates of hell, The bars from heaven's high portals fell; Let hymns of praise His triumphs tell! Alleluia! P f Lord! by the stripes which wounded Thee, From Death's dread sting Thy servants free, That we may live and sing to Thee, ff Aileluia! Axx.z. 12 cent.; Tr. F. Pott, 1860.

Page  103 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 3104. (FIRST TUNE.) P.M. S. A;BINUa " I am Hie that liveth, and was dead; and behold, I am alive forevermore H. J. Gauntlett Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death." T - I -— I —,. —. re ---v - e r f o- r t -s ---' -I — a e-C ==92.Je - sus lives! no long-er now Can thy terrors,Deathap- pal us; Je-sus I f I4 Ln __ 1 _;3 I I lives! by this we know Thou,O Grave,canst not enthral us. Al - le - lu - ia! A-MEN. / / ---- —.- -- -- - -4- -- -._ —tc=-cP= m:t_ - -f:f f Jesus lives henceforth is death But the gate of life immortal; p This shall calm our trembling breath, When we pass its gloomy portal, Alleluia! f Jesus lives! for us He died; Then, alone to Jesus living, Pure in heart may we abide, Glory to our Saviour giving. Alleluia (SECOND TUNE.) >> == 1 f Jesus lives! our hearts know well Nought from us His love shall sever; Life, nor death, nor powers of hell Tear us from His keeping ever. Alleluia I f Jesus lives! to Him the Throne Over all the world is given; May we go where He is gone, Rest and reign with Him in Heaven. Alleluia! AMEN. 0. F. Gellert, 1757; Tr. F. E. Cox, 1841. LINDISFARNE. J. B. Dykes. ---— F1- - ~-~- h -I_ --- E — I --- L = 92. Je-sus lives! no longer now,Can thy terrors, Death, ap - pal us; Je-sus lives! by _- _ - — m —._ --- 4-. -...__I _ _ - _ 52- fthis we know Thou,O Grave,canst not enthral us, Al - le - lu - ia! A-MEs. -a...~ -~ — i_ =_t --.1 t I I______ ~ — + F__ _-. —_._

Page  104 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 105. 7s. 6s. D. RoTTE M. "Jesus met them, saying 'All hail."' B. Tours. - f -#- 100. The Day of Re- sur- rec-tion! Earth, tell it out a- broad; #9j_ -_- - ---— i- 4 ___ f__ -0-. _ __ The Pass - o - ver of glad - ness, The Pass- o - ver of God. ]'t~._z__i _._ _. _.__ From death to life e - ter - nal, From this world to the sky, -#That we may see aright The Lord in rays eternal Of resurrection-light; May raise the victor-strain. f i{ow let the heavens be joyful! Let earth her song begin! Let the round world keel) triumph, 1nd all that is therein! Invisible and visible Their notes let all things blend, Ou or Christ th brought us o ver With risenof vieto ry. Our hearts be pureno e Avil,..That we mayscee,; Tr. i. t eale, 1 The Lord in rays eternal Of resurrection-light; And, listening to His accents, May hear so calm and plain His own "1 All hail! " and hearing, May raise the victor-strain. N Now let the heavens be joyfulI Let earth her song begin.! Let the round world keel) triumph, And all that is thereini Invisible and visible Their notes let all things blend,.f For Christ the Lord hath risen, Our Joy that hath no end. AMES. S. John Damascene, 760; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1863.

Page  105 106. 7 With Alleluia. EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. " Alleluia I for the Lord God Omnipotent reignetk.' WIRTEMBUBa. German. | ==104, Christ the Lord is risen a - gain; Christ hath bro - ken ev - ery chain; Hark, an - gel - ic voi - ces cry, Sing-ing ev - er - more' ~on hg — ~ e ia! - mi f m? - i y- ' ',' _ 2 I more on high, Al - - - le - - lu - ia! A - EN. -___ L — F- _- -r^__ ~__a: _._, ~ 4_2,........ ----........., mf He, who gave for us His life, Who for us endured the strife, Is our Paschal Lamb to-day; f We too sing for joy, and say, Alleluia! no He, who bore all pain and loss Comfortless upon the Cross, j Lives in glory now on high, Pleads for us and hears our cry; Alleluia! mf f if He, who slumbered in the grave, Is exalted now to save; Now through Christendom it rings That the Lamb is King of kings, Alleluial mf Now He bids us tell abroad How the lost may be restored, How the penitent forgiven, How we too may enter heaven. Alleluia. mf Thou, our Paschal Lamb indeed, Christ, Thy ransomed people feed; Take our sins and guilt away, f Let us sing by night and day ff Alleluia! AMEN. Bohemian, 15th cent.; Tr. C. Winkworth, 1858.

Page  106 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 107. (FIRST TUNE.) 8s. 7s. 7s. AL SAINTS. "The Lord is risen indeed." German. L --!~.,,z ' _ _' m-F —s rt nf r — _ _ s He is ris - en! He is ris -en! Tell it with a joy - ful voice, I ' I He has burst His three days' pris - on, Let the whole wide earth rejoice; j mf ___. ____ __ ______ __ __ __ ____ f-J2 A I - - - I I..- -—. -- I 'I ' — ' II- -— I- I — I —44 K |_ e^-+t-eq-l - _ -a- t.- 10-^ ss i _.. --- -i ___.. I Z --— _ ----r'" _ Death is vanquish'd,man is free, Christ has won the vic - to - ry. A-MEN. I —J -.-1l,.> -- - = --,_,_ - -, p Tell it to the sinners, weeping Over deeds in darkness done, Weary fast and vigil keeping; cr Brightly breaks their Easter sun; f Christ has borne our sins away, Christ has conquer'd hell to-day. f He is risen! He is risen! He has oped the eternal gate; We are loosed from sin's dark prison, Risen to a holier state, Where a brightening Easter beam On our longing eye shall stream. AMEN. C. F. Alexander, 1846. (SECOND TUNE.) RESURRECTION. German. 104. He is ris - en! He is ris - en! Tell it with a joy - ful voice, 1 s1 —04 He has burst His three days' pris-on, Let the whole wide earth rejoice; f ____1~fL -qDeath is vanquish'd,man is free, Christ has won the vie - to - ry. A - MEN. IINI -_. _ = ---_,t '. -

Page  107 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 108. P. M. S. BASIL. "Sing unto the Lord, for He hath triumphed gloriously. A rthur H. Brown. - -__-_ ---- _- ----: —_- -- - __ — ' — --- ---- - f'1' ------ — IL- 106. Lift your glad voi-ces in triumph on high, For Je-sus hath ris - eu, and I]=___. y 0i f - 1 -- -- - i___ ----._.-..-....: ---4 — 2 —4- - — 4 -4..... _ And short the do - min - ion of death and the grave: He burst from the fet-ters of _ J,- - I __.... darkness that bound Him, Resplendent in glo - ry to live and to save: Loud was the __t.. - L -. _ _ -- - -_ -- cho-rus of angels on high, "The Saviour hath risen,and man shall not die!"A-MEN. if Glory to God, in full anthems of joy! The being He gave us, death cannot destroy; p Sad were the life we must part with to-morrow, If tears were our birthright, and death were our end; cr But Jesus hath cheered the dark valley of sorrow, And bade us, immortal, to heaven ascend. f Lift your glad voices in triumph on high, Jesus hath risen, and man shall not die. AmENX. H entr Ware, Jr.

Page  108 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 109. P.M. REDEMION. " Now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the first-fruits of them that elept." Lord B. Cecil. f |___ = -88. To Him who for our sins was slain, To Him for all His. - ff4 7- - --- -- dy - ing pain, Sing we Al - le - lu - - ia! A - MEN. ff mf To Him the Lamb our Sacrifice, f Sing we Alleluia! Who gave His blood our ransom-price, mf To Him who doth prepare on high ff Sing we Alleluia! Our home in immortality, p To Him who died that we might die ff Sing we Alleluia! To sin, and live with Him on high, f Sing we Alleluia! f To Him be glory evermore: f To Him who rose that we might rise, Ye heavenly hosts, your Lord adore; And reign with Him beyond the skies, ff Sing we Alleluial ff Sing we Alleluia! ff To Father, Son and Holy Ghost, p To Him who now for us doth plead, Our God most great, our joy, our boast, And helpeth us in all our need, cr Sing we Alleluia! AMEN. A. T. Russell, 1851. 11 0"L.M. 'TIVERTON. Thou art myo Son, this day have I begotten Thee." Grig. = - 88. Thus God de-clares His sovereign will, "The King that I or - dain, ^ mf —g_ _-=- -T - _ ]=;- t IF —, ~0 — -d } - 2 r-2-^I I I Whose throne is fix'd on Si-on's hill, Shall there se - cure-ly reign." A-MEN. 1- T I ---- < rqf Attend, 0 earth, whilst I declare mf "Ask, and receive Thy full demands: God's uncontroll'd decree: Thine shall the heathen be; "Thou art My Son, this day My Heir The utmost limits of the lands Have I begotten Thee." Shall be possess'd by Thee." AMEN. Psalm ii. *This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  109 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. ll. Six 7s. "Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us; therefore let us keep the feast." A -,... I I....... IALLET. J. H. Shepherd. mf; 108. Once the an - gel started back, When he saw the blood-stain d door, mf! Paus - ing on his vengeful track, And the dwell-ing pass - ing o'er, Once the sea from Is - rael fled, Ere it roll'd o'er Egypt's dead. A-MTx. - m~f Now our Passover is come, Dimly shadow'd in the past, dim And the very Paschal Lamb, Christ the Lord, is slain at last. cr Then with hearts and hands made meet, Our unleaven'd bread we'll eat. mf Blessed Victim sent from heaven, Whom all angel hosts obey, To whose will all earth is given, p At whose word hell shrinks away, Thou hast conquer'd death's dread strife, Thou hast brought us light and life. AMEN. Tr. Bishop J. Williams, 1845.

Page  110 EASTER-THE RESURRECTION. 11L2 (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. HUMME. The Lord is my strength, and my song; and is become my salvation." C. Zeuner. mf I t =60. Joy fills the dwell-ing of the just, Whom God has saved from harm; m/ I r- T, ~ --------— ~' — -9- -9 --- — For wondrous things are brought to pass By His Almigh-ty arm. A-MEN. _ I- i ---- -o1!2 _ — -J- -W-,- -~ - ~ I-I mf Then open wide the temple gates mf This day is God's; let all the lands To which the just repair, Exalt their cheerful voice: That I may enter in, and praise p "Lord, we beseech Thee, save us now, My great Deliverer there. cr And make us still rejoice." vif That which the builders once refused, f 0 then with me give thanks to God, Is now the Corner-stone; Who still does gracious prove; This is the wondrous work of God, And let the tribute of our praise The work of God alone. Be endless as His love. AMEN. Psalm cxviii. (SECOND TUNE.) COVERT. From " Oratory Hyltmns." mf - 80. Joy fills the dwell-ing of the just, Whom God has saved from harm;. --- ~,__.-:-W_ --- -: ---~ —:!^.... -?7N mf I -ep For wondrous things are brought to pass By His Al-migh - ty arm. A-MEN. _~ i.L -...- 1^ -Z e!-_ - _-,...... * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons. The following Hymns are suitable for this season 424. All hail the power of Jesus' Name. 116. Crown Him with many crowns. 464. The King of Love my Shepherd is.

Page  111 113. S M.D. " ft "or eiaton. " Who is gone into heaven." OLIVET. J. B. Dykes.! II- _ _ -I! - -.! _ _ _ _ _ --. _ - _ '. ----,-,, /- ~ f~t --- -- = 96. Thou art gone up on high, To man-sions in the skies; I - And round Thy Throne un - ceas-ing - ly The songs of praise a - rise: B- ut we_ ar - gein h r Wi —t s —n - c ro —p e sd But we are lin - gering here, With sin and care op- press'd;.. IBM } _- -,-s-_ —__~............ =1 OWE rr - t I r 1 I - L. -- cr Lord, send Thy promised Com-fort - er, And lead us to Thy Rest. A-MEST. _cr. _. _,,..-..-.....___ _ _I- -. a -4 _ =at - -, l -I| 1 — i i- | L 1 L f Thou art gone up on high; p But Thon didst first come down, Through earth's most bitter misery, cr To pass unto Thy crown; p And girt with griefs and fears Our onward course must be; cr But only let that path of tears Lead us at last to Thee. f Thou art gone up on high; But Thou shalt come again, With all the bright ones of the sky Attendant in Thy train. of 0 by Thy saving power, So make us live and die, cr That we may stand in that dread hour / At Thy right hand on high. AMEN. Emma Toke, 1851.

Page  112 TBE ASCENSION. LL4. (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. S. PETB, " We see Jesus crowned with glory and honour." A. B. ReinaglA = 80. The Head, that once was crowned with thorns, Is crowned with glo - ry now; f[ ~0 t -? * 2= 1 1 o i _ | -- I ' ' -- - I I I - i:- -S- - -- ' --- —A roy - al di - a - dem a-dorns The migh-ty Victor's brow. A-MEN. __ l —. c: 2 I F- i: - i- -2 o' B — =J S i -I ~ ^jl ]l. I ' - L '' --- —-+-7 -— _f The highest place that heaven affords p To them the Cross with all its shame, Is His, is His by right, cr With all its grace is given; The King of kings and Lord of lords, f Their name an everlasting name, And heaven's eternal Light. Their joy the joy of heaven. mf The Joy of all who dwell above; p They suffer with their Lord below, The Joy of all below, They reign with Him above, To whom He manifests His love mf Their profit and their joy to know And grants His Name to know. The mystery of His love. mf The Cross He bore is life and health, Though shame and death to Him: His people's hope, His people's wealth, f Their everlasting theme. AMEN. Thomas Kelly. (SECOND TUNE.) MERTON. K. K Oiver. / J ] _l z i -- -- z~z...zz.. tSK mf -76.The Head,thatonce was crowned with thorns, Is crowned with glo - ry now; / ___ _ L. ' II \ [ m —] [ ' A roy - al di a - dem a-dorns The migh - ty Victor's brow. A-E — c J-= —__ -o,l i 4' I_- 1.__ -- - I --- -. r

Page  113 ASCE2NSIOXN. 115, 8s. 7s. 4. COBONAL " By His own blood He entered in once into the holy pZace." W. 1. Monk. mf,'-100.Look, ye saints; the sight is glo - rious; See the "Man of sorrows" now: mf.L _~ ie9 - - _2__ - > F1 kI I_. Gr-114 I I %./ i F I I From the fight re-turned vi - to - rious, Ev - ery knee to Him shall bow; _ -L_ - - - 1 2- I -_ 9.:,'-..... ~ ~ I,- -! t - II- - L_ __ I- I - i - - 1 - - I I II_. T I I. -i st ) -— ^ — - -- --—, t=d v -e - - -- I-._1 —. _-_ _-Zg Crown Him! Crown Him! Crowns become the Vie - tor's brow. A-MEr.,-_- ____ -O- -- 9- -' -: _i — 1 - r- I- --- - _. f Crown the Saviour, angels crown Him; Rich the trophies Jesus brings; On the seat of power enthrone Him, While the vault of heaven rings; Crown Him! Crown Him I Crown the Saviour King of kings. p Sinners in derision crowned Him, Mocking thus the Saviour's claim; cr Saints and angels crowd around Him, Own His title, praise His Name: f Crown Him! Crown Him! Spread abroad the Victor's fame! Jf Hark those bursts of acclamationI Hark! those loud triumphant chords Jesus takes the highest station; O what joy the sight affords Crown Him! Crown Him! King of kings,and Lord of lords. AMEN. Thomas Kelly, 1804

Page  114 ASCENSION. 116i S.M.D. DIADEMATA. And on His head were mnwry crowns." Sir G. J. Elvey. _ _ — _ii ---d4 L... - f-S^ t.- -. a = 92. Crown Him with ma - ny crowns, The Lamb up - on His Throne; Iq..._._ -. _. ~ ---—:1 --e- -- - Hark! how the heavenly an-them drowns All mu - sic but its own!. _ --- ---. --- -- IP 1 A - wake, my soul, and sing Of Him who died for thee; ~ — - -- And hail Him as thy matchless King Thro' all e - ter - ni - ty. A-MEN. f Crown Him the Virgin's Son! mf Crown Him the Lord of Peace! p The God incarnate born, cr Whose power a sceptre sways cr Whose arm those crimson trophies won In heaven and earth that wars may cease, Which now His brow adorn. And all be prayer and praise. p Fruit of the Mystic Rose, f His reign shall know no end; cr True Branch of Jesse's stem, p And round His pierced feet mf The Root whence mercy ever flows, Fair flowers of Paradise extend p The Babe of Bethlehem! cr Their fragrance ever sweet. oif Crown Him the Lord of Love! f Crown Him the Lord of Heaven! p Behold His hands and side,- One with the Father known,cr Those wounds, yet visible above, And the blest Spirit, through Him given In beauty glorified: From yonder Triune throne! p No Angel in the sky All hail, Redeemer, hail! Can fully bear that sight, p For Thou hast died for me: pp ritBut downward bends his wondering eye ff Thy praise and glory shall not fail At mysteries so bright. Throughout eternity. AMEN. Matthew Bridges, 1848.

Page  115 ASCENSION, 117 (FIRST TUNE.) L.M. DUKE STREET. " Thou hast led captivity captive." J. Hatton. 72. Our Lord is ris - en from the dead; Our Je-sus is gone up on high, - _-: L_ — _ ---^-,-__ _,__ ---|- -- M~~-:_- __ - -— _ i — -- -_ _ Zj,- _ I -j~_j The powers of hell are cap - tive led,Drawg'd to the portals of the sky. A-MEN. - It- t-F -- j mf There His triumphal chariot waits, mf Who is the King of Glory, who? And angels chant the solemn lay: The Lord that all His foes o'ercame, Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates, The world, sin, death, and hell o'erthrew; Ye everlasting doors give way. And Jesus is the Conqueror's Name. mf Loose all your bars of massy light, p Lo! His triumphal chariot waits, And wide unfold the radiant scene; And angels chant the solemn lay; He claims those mansions as His right; cr Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates, Receive the King of Glory in. Ye everlasting doors give way. mf Who is the King of Glory, who? The Lord, of boundless power possess'd; cr The King of saints and angels too, f God over all, for ever bless'd. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1741. (SECOND TUNE.) DOVER. From "Oratory Hymns." t f mf | * -a^-l *- 3 = - 72. Our Lord is ris - en from the dead; Our Je-sus is gone up on high, - mf _&- _ __ __ _ —2 -I -;I: i-> —.... = —p - ii...... — The powers of hell are cap-tive led,Drag'd to the por - tals of the sky. A-ME. --- -- 4-,9 — '- - j"-._ _ _,-.. h — - -— \- ----—..-., — --— _ --- - --- — stj~b^*=^-.;,^;,,-2-7t t 8- 1-'"-::. - - S[" -~-~4...~ —,-:-d-=cS — ~L=1-l-=^= —ct-:-~ - ' '' l; -..j]

Page  116 ASCENSION. 118L 6s. 8s. CHRIST CHURCH. "We have a great High Priest that is passed into the heavens." C. Steggall. '=100.Th'a - ton- ing work is done, The Vic-tim's blood is shed, lo oI,' -I — F-~ —gE:; ----'=:-f —'Zql = —I —^ 7 —! -== -X e — And Je - sus now is gone His peo-ple's cause to plead; He cr stands in heav'n, their great High Priest, He bears their names up on His breast. A-MEN. a- I - l l 1- - - -~ — C - - i: ' r ~ =~ - 1 - ff — ' — -- --, — -i~ --- p He sprinkles with His blood The mercy-seat above; For Justice had withstood The purposes of love; cr But Justice now withstands no more, And Mercy yields her boundless store. sf No temple made with hands, His place of service is; In heaven itself He stands, A heavenly priesthood His. In Him the shadows of the law Are all fulfilled, and now withdraw. mf And though a while He be Hid from the eyes of men, His people look to see Their great High Priest again: er In brightest glory He will come, And take His waiting people home. AMBN,. Thomas Ketly, 1806.

Page  117 ASCEN2SION.~ 11l9g (FIRST TuNE.) L.M. "The King of Gloryj shaZZ cowe in." SAMSON. Hand~eL. I-.- __ I I I - I:7, -, -; "I 1 =- - _-1 —i I mfj =88. The ris - ing God for-sakes the tomb; Up to His Father's court He flies; T F___ i Cher-u - bic legions guard Him home,And shout Him welcome to the skiers. A-m~rm '0!; — III mf Break off your tears, ye saints, and tell How high our great Deliverer reigns; p Sing how He spoil'd the hosts of hell, And led the tyrant death in chains. cr Say, " Live for ever, glorious King, Born to redeem, and strong to save! Then ask —" 0 death, where is thy sting? And where thy victory, 0 grave?" AmEN. Isaac Watts.-Chacrles Wesley. (SECOND TuNE.) HOLLAND. Rertholci Tours. 8The ris - ing God for-sakes the tomb; Up to His Father's court He flies; 'I mff5 __2 e__4-49 7 1ZZ # Z rz zr Cher - u - bic legions guard Him hoine, And shout IHim welcome to tbw' skies. A-MEN. I - I ). 1-1!- I12 I I I - - - 117 4 I - 1rjF___ - f -:L p. I -. i -

Page  118 120m L.. ASCENISION. TRURO. "0 clap your handls together, all ye people; 0 sing unto God with the voice Dr. Burney, 1814 of melody." I I -1 ^r 70. 0 all ye peo-ple, clap your hands,And with tri-umphant voi - ces sing;,LF ~~~~I I~lL4 _~__ h ~__ No force the mighty pow'r withstands Of God the u - ni - ver - sal King. A-ME;T. _2 **** -. -I - - - - ~ — +~ ---- -— ~~'- ~ "~-~~ —r -' -___ f He shall assaulting foes repel, To Him repeated praises sing, And with success our battles fight; And let the cheerful song rebound. Shall fix the place where we must dwell, The pride of Jacob, His delight. f Your utmost skill in praise he shown, For Him who all the world commands; f God is gone up, our Lord and KTing, Who sits upon His righteous throne, With shouts of joy, and trumpet's sound, And spreads His sway o'er heathen lands. A-MEN. Psalm xlvii. 121. C.M. NATIVITY. Lif~it upyoozr heads, 0 ye gortes: and be yJe lift ucp,yIe everlasting dloors; a~nd the H. Lah-ee. Kiing of Glory shall come inz. 88. Lift up your heads, e - ter - nal gates, Un - fold to en -ter - tain if -P — -42- -eW ---- -- l - 1I il ZIf ii zzn -25I U I I I II U- U The King of Glo - ry! see I He comes With His ce - les - tial train. A-mirN. I f9 - -- II - w"f Who is the King of Glory? who? The Lord for strength renown'd; In battle mighty; o'er His foes f Eternal Victor crown'd. f Lift up your heads, ye gates; unfold, In state to entertain mf f The Kince of Glory' see, He comes With ali His shining train. Who is the King of Glory? who? The Lord of hosts renown'd; Of glory He alone is King, Who is with glory crown'd. AMEN. Psalm xxiv.

Page  119 ASCENSION. 1 * 1221. L.M. WARRINGTON. "0 sing unto God, and sing praises unto His Name." R. Harrison. Je -h~o - yah s will = 96. The servants of Je -ho- vah's will His favour's gen -tie beams en-joy; Their upright hearts let glad-ness fill, And cheerful songs theirtongv es employ. AMEN. -f- -d - ___ _ d l mf To Him your voice in anthems raise, His presence now fills Sion's: towers, Jehovah's awful Name He bears; As once it honour'd Sinai's hill. cr In Him rejoice, extol His praise, mf Ascending high, in triumph Thou Who rides upon high-rolling spheres. Captivity hast captive led, f His chariots numberless, His powers And on Thy people didst bestow Are heavenly hosts, that wait His will; Thy gifts and graces freely shed. AMEN. Psalm lxviii. 1 2-, C.M M BURLINGTON. "We see Jesus crowned owith glory and honour." J. F Burrowes. -88 Be - hold the glo -ries of the Lamlb A - mid His Father's throne; mf ' I - _-J 'I- K — Th Pre-pare new hnrs r H N e, And songos fHbe - fore unknown. A-MEN. -'- -- __-,-J -e —. —, T — 1- - --.. - mf Let elders worship at His feet, mf Thou hast redeem'd our souls with blood, The Church adore around, Hast set the prisoners free, dim With vials full of odours sweet, Hast made us kings and priests to God, p And harps of sweeter sou And. A we shall reign with Thee. Now to the Lamb that once was slain mf The worlds of natur e and of race Be endless blessings paid; Are put beneath Thy power; Salvation, glory, joy, remain Then shorten these delaying days, For ever on Thy head. dim And brirg the promised hour. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1696 __ Ijsaac Watts, 1696 * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  120 ASCENSION 1.24. (FIsd TUNE. L.M HEBBON. " Father. I will that they whom Thou hast given Me be with Me where I am." L. Mason. 2enf = =4. Stand up, my soul, shake off thyfears, And gird the Gos-pel armour on;?_f _ t2 -o- -- -- -d7 -March to the gates of endless joy, Where Jesus thygreat Captain's gone. A-MEN. p Hell and thy sins resist thy course, mf Then let my soul march boldly on, But hell and sin are vanquish'd foes; Press forward to the heavenly gate; Thy Saviour nail'd them to the Cross, There peace and joy eternal reign, [wait. cr And sung the triumph when He rose. And glittering robes for conquerors mf Then shall I wear a starry crown, And triumph in Almighty grace, While all the armies of the skies Join in my glorious Leader's praise. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709. (SECOND TUNE.) BoNN. Beethoven. ___,f, _ '- -—: --- -+- - -=, —:-:-100 Stand up,my soul,shake off thy fears, And gird the Gospel ar - mour on; mf. t =___~ -> ~ _ _ _ _-_- -- -'-~- -iOV Marchto the gates of end-less joy,Where Je-sus thy great Captain's gone. A-MEN. -- I' * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons. Thefollowing Hymns are suitablefor this season: 424. All hail the power of Jesus' Name. 76. Hail! Thou once despised Jesus. 450. As when the weary traveller gains. 493. Jerusalem, the golden. 491. Brief life is here our portion. 496. Jerusalem my happy home. 489. Forever with the Lord. S17. There is a blessed home. 492. For thee, 0 dear, dear country. 488. There is a land of pure delight.

Page  121 125, ttstgtite. *5 a.M. TIVERToX "T e Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost." Grigg. - 88. He's come! let ev -ery knee be bent, All hearts new joy re-sume; a _ f-P- -a - -- f - - 1: —A-' ' ---F — -- Sing, ye re-deem'd, with one con-sent,"The Cornm-fort - er is come." A-MEN. =E._; 9_ ---- *-Fi-L _ > 2 OrD- At _a_,-F i — 1- I I mf What greater gift, what greater love, p Do Thou each sinful thought control, Could Gor on man bestow? And fix our wavering zeal! Angels for this rejoice above,. Let man rejoice belowI mf Thou to the conscience dost convey, Those checks which we should know, mf Hail, blessed Spirit! may each soul Thy motions point to us the way; Thy sacred influence feel; Thou giv'st us strength to go. AMEN. Anonymous. *1 26 L.M. MELCOMBE. * I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh." S. Webbe. Mf - -_ [j -88. 0 Spir - it of the liv-ing God, In all Thy plen-i - tude of grace, ---, '-L — g -: - ' --- ' _)_ _ g_ - al, i^ ~ ~ ~ ~ - 9-l —~~ Where'-er the foot of man hath trod, De-scend on our a - postate race. A-MEN. — Tmf Give tongues of fire and hearts of lox es Souls without strength inspire with might; To preach the reconciling word; Bid mercy triumph over wrath. rr Give power and unction from above, f Where'er the joyful sound is heard. mf Convert the nations; far and nigh The triumphs of the Cross record, wf Be darkness, at Thy coming, light; cr The Name of Jesus glorify, Confusion, order, in Thy path; f Till every people call Him Lord. AMEN. J. Montgomery, 1825. e This Hymn may also te sung at other seasons.

Page  122 WHITSUNTIDE. d127 C.M. EvA. "He shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you for ever." W. H. HavergaL - 92. Come, Ho - ly Ghost, Cre - a - tor, come, In-spire these souls of Thine;....... ~ A 2_: 6__~_ I__02_ AV _~_. __ +_- j- _ — _ -| Till ev - ery heart which Thou hast made Be fill'd with grace divine. A-MEN. p Thou art the Comforter, the gift dim Assist our minds, by nature frail, Of God, and fire of love; With Thy celestial grace. The everlasting spring of joy, mf Drive far from us the mortal foe, And unction from above. And give us peace within; mf Thy gifts are manifold, Thou writ'st That, by Thy guidance b'est, we may God's law in each true heart; Escape the snares of sin. The promise of the Father, Thou f Teach us the Father to confess, Dost heavenly speech impart. And Son, from death revived, cr Enlighten our dark souls, till they And Theo, with both, 0 Holy Ghost, Thy sacred love embrace; Who art from both derived. AMEN. Tr. Latin Hymn, 12th century. 1Iva..M. S. AGNES. "The love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost." J. B. Dykes. -88. Come, Ho - ly Spir- it, Heaven-ly Dove, With all Thy quick'ning pow'rs; T f~ = T _ -_ -.1g 1-Q ti e7-_=Ft — pi ~>. -1- -=$ -L Kin - dle a flame of sa - cred love In these cold hearts of ours. A-MEN. mf See how we grovel here below, dim Hosannas languish on our tongues, Fond of these earthly toys: And our devotion dies. p Our souls, how heavily they go, f Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove, To reach eternal joys. With all Thy quickening powers; mp In vain we tune our lifeless songs, Come, shed abroad a Saviour's love, In vain we strive to rise: And that shall kindle ours. AMEN, Isaac Watts, 1707. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  123 WHITSUNTIDE. 'I fnf * -~air. Six 8s. ELBEEFELD. "The Spirit of God moved on the face of the waters." - 88. Cre - a - tor Spir - it, by whose aid The world's foundations first were laid, _ -- __ -- _ —_-_........1-'-....1......'- --! " -::, _I Come, vis - it ev - ery hum-ble mind; Come, pour Thy joys on I 1 4 }! -_ I:i ---zz..z — _ L- - -'-, --- -,, -_ —= ----= —: whu-man-kind; From in and sor- thy Thee, And make Thy Thee. A- ples. -_ -- -_ i'.... — '-I — -?-1 f 0 source of unoreated light, vmf Plenteous of grace, descend from high, The Father's promised Paraclete, Rich in Thy sevenfold energy; Thrice Holy fount, thrice holy fire, Make us eternal truths receive, Our hearts with heavenly love inspire; And practice all that we believe; ff Come, and Thy sacred unction bring, p Give us Thyself, that we may see To sanctify us whilst we sing. The Father and the Son by Thee. f Immortal honour, endless fame, Attend the Almighty Father's Name; cr The Saviour Son be glorified, Who for lost man's redemption died;.f And equal adoration be, Eternal Paraclete, to Thee. AMEN. Tr. Dryden. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  124 WHITSUXNTIDE. 130. S.M.D. TRINITY CHAPEL. "They were all filled with the Holy Ghost." W. B. Gilbert. mp ' = — 92. Lord God, the Ho - ly Ghost, In this ac - cept - ed hour, mp__ -t — - --- -- -g- - As on the day of Pen - te - cost, De - scend in all Thypow'r: _! - _- - ^ -;A- J - t t We meet with one ac - cord In our ap - point - ed place, I cr __ | 0 ---. ^ ~f ~, ~ --- -i.,. --- i ---. _..I 'F t 1 --- 1 I- I. II And wait the prom-ise of our Lord, The Spir - it of all grace. A - MMEN. 642 C2j-6- -ej - ^t-j mf Like mighty rushing wind Upon the waves beneath, Move with one impulse every mind, One soul, one feeling, breathe: The young, the old, inspire With wisdom from above; And give us hearts and tongues of fire, To pray, and praise, and love. mp Spirit of light, explore And chase our gloom away With lustre shining more and more Unto the perfect day; er Spirit of truth, be Thou In life and death our Guide; O Spirit of adoption, now May we be sanctified. AMEN. J. Montgomery, 1819.

Page  125 WHITSUNTIDE. 131. L.M. FEDERAL STREET. "As many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God." H. K. Oliver. 0. I.,._. AS- r w 1 I I~ —s- _ - _ --- I ---- at -- -' I A dI_ a — 7 6 - -~ 1 1 t. - I II _ +4 1 -F F mf =63.Come gracious Spir - it, heavenly Dove,With light and comfort from a - rove; m f — - -- -o- _t -h - -i- -e- -o- -- -— *- -P- -e- -_ - f The light of truth to u display, Lead us to holiness, the road Be Thou our Guardian, Thou our Guide, O'er every thought and step pre- side. A-MEN. wf The light of truth to us display, Lead us to holiness, the road And make us know and choose Thy way; That we must take to dwell with God. p Plant holy fear in every heart, mf Lead us to heaven, that we may share cr That we from Thee may ne'er depart. Fulness of joy for ever there: af Lead us to Christ, the living way, Lead us to God, our final rest, Nor let us from His precepts stray; To be with Him for ever blest. AMEN. Simon Browne, 1720. 1342'~ P.M. S. CUTHBERT. " If I go not away the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart J. B. Dykes. I will send Him unto you.' K -6et o 76. Our blest Re-deem-er, ere Hebreathed His ten-der last fare-well, P /3 r3 te Fke II L ----'m I ---- - -— a ----.. ' "-I,, --- A Guide, a Com-fort - er,bequeathed With us to dwell. A - MEN. - I _ I _ I __., ~ I a_!I_~ _ I as -F-A -L i -- --— hp He came in semblance of a Dove With sheltering wings outspread, The holy balm of peace and love On earth to shed. mf He came sweet influence to impart, A gracious, willing guest, While He can find one humble heart Wherein to rest. p And His that gentle voice we hear, Soft as the breath of even, That checks each thought, that calms eacl And speaks of heaven. [feai ca And every virtue we possess, And every victory won, And every thought of holiness mf Are His alone. p Spirit of purity and grace, Our weakness, pitying, see: 0 make our hearts Thy dwelling-place, And meet for Thee. f O praise the Father; praise the Son; Blest Spirit, praise to Thee; h All praise to God, the Three in One,, The One in Three. AMEN. Harriet Auber, 129. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  126 WHITSU2 TIDE. 133,* L.M. HAMBURG. "And the same day there were added unto them three thousand souls." L. Mason. I -- - - B =56. Spir - it of mer - c truth, and love, O shed Thineinfluence from a - bove; M m_ - - - - - -- -- -- - -- --- --, W-0 -And still from age to age con - vey The wonders of this sa - cred day. A-MEN. mp -0- -|g- ---- -- - ---.rmf In every clime, by every tongue, mf Unfailing Comfort, heavenly Guide, Be God's surpassing glory sung: Still o'er Thy holy Church preside; Let all the listening earth be taught Still let mankind Thy blessings prove; The wonders by our Saviour wrought. Spirit of mercy, truth, and love. AMEN. B. W. Kyle, 1775. 134,.* 13. B.M. AYNHOE. " And the Spirit and the Bride say, Come." Dr. Nares. 90. The Spir - it, in our hearts Is whispering, Sin ner, come: The "-3......Bride,the Church f Christ,proclaims To all His children,Come. A-MEN. _ —_ _- _- -.-.. _V _ ~~ " ~ -____ __... ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~-T.....~ ~; ~-' — -~~- -. mp Let him that heareth, say mp Yes, whosoever will, To all about him, Come: cr O let him freely come, Let him that thirsts for righteousness, And freely drink the stream of life: To Christ, the Fountain, come. 'Tis Jesus bids him come. mf Lo, Jesus, who invites, Declares, I quickly come. dim Lord! even so; I wait Thy hour: Jesus, my Saviour, come. AMEN. Bishop H. U. Onderdonk, 1826. * Thi. Hymn is also suitable at other seasons.

Page  127 WHITSUNTIDE. 135o S.M. OLMUTZ. " He dwelleth with you, and shall be in you." L. Mason. I= 58. Come, Ho - ly Spir - it, come; Let Thy bright beams a - rise; | — = - L. Dis - pel the sor - row from our minds, The darkness from our eyes. A-MEN. -_, -9 X - ~t^ r-~ ' — ^67 —.... -ma- ' -— ^ --- —H --- -~-f —1 —r-o —u- f ath, cr Revive our drooping faith. mf 'Tis Thine to cleanse the heart, Our doubts and fears remove, To sanctify the soul, And kindle in our breasts the flame To pour fresh life in every part, Of never-dying love. And new-create the whole. f Convince us of our sin; mf Dwell therefore in our hearts, p Then lead to Jesus' blood, Our minds from bondage free; And to our wondering view reveal Then shall we know, and praise and love The mercies of our God. The Father, Son, and Thee. AMEN. Joseph Hart, 1759..Lw, C. M. EWINCHESTER OLD. "And suddenly there came a sound from heaven, as of a rushing mighty wind." M. Este, 1592. 100. When God of old came down from heav'n, In pow'r and wrath He came; mf -,- - -.- --.-,- -en- -- Be - fore His feet the clouds were riven, Half darkness and half flame. A-MEN. mf But when He came the second time, f So, when the Spirit of our God He came in power and love; Came down His flock to find, rsofter than gale at morning prime A voice from heaven was heard abroad. Hover'd His holy Dove. A rushing mighty wind. mnf The fires that rushed on Sinai down mf It fills the Church of God: it fills In sudden torrents dread, The sinful world around; Now gently light, a glorious crown, Only in stubborn hearts and wills On every sainted head. No place for it is found. f And as on Israel's awe-struck ear p Come Lord, come Wisdom, Love, and Power, The voice exceeding loud, Open our ears to hear; The trump that angels quake to hear, Let us not miss the accepted hour; Thrill'd from the deep dark cloud; Save, Lord, by love or fear. AMEN. John Keble, 1827. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  128 WHITSUNTIDE. 137.* (FIRST TUNE.) P.M. VENI CREATOB. " He breathed on them, and saith unto them, Receive ye the Holy Ghost." J. H. Hopkins.. f ---- - 1 —98.Come, Ho - ly Ghost, our souls in-spire, And light-en with ce - les - tial fire. mf -i- -- - - -- --- mf Thou the anointing Spirit art, mf Anoint and cheer our soiled face Who dost Thy sevenfold gifts impart. With the abundance of Thy grace. mf Thy blessed unction from above p Keep far our foes, give peace at home: Is comfort, life, and fire of love. Where Thou art guide, no ill can come. p Enable with perpetual light mf Teach us to know the Father, Son, The dulness of our blinded sight. And Thee of both to be but one, cr That, through the ages all along, This may be our unending song. Praise to Thy e - ter -nal mer-it, Father, Son and Ho - ly Spir - it. A - MEN. gLS E -Z-'- - - - -.- J = _ _ M; -e Bishop Cosin. Tr. from Latin. (SECOND TUNE.) CREATOR SPIRITUS. Garland. mf ' = 92. Come, Ho -ly Ghost, our souls in - spire, Mf -0.*. ~, O - And light - en with ce - les - tial fire. A-MEN. And lighten with ce - - les - tial fire. A-MEN. -J:: f- I — ~- - -~- -......L These ties, and the small notes, for last couplet only. 2. Leave out this note for last line. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons. The following Hymns are suitable for this season: t74. Come, Holy Ghost, eternal God. 527. Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost.

Page  129 VryIIIl tav Znwsw 1388. P.M. " They rest not day and night, saying, Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty,,hioh. w.i an. d q.. and is to come." NICAEA. J. B. Dykes, I -a- a' [ — | ' C J --- <_ f =86. Ho-ly, ho - ly, ho - ly! Lord God Al - migh - tyl Ear - ly in the morn - ing our song shall rise to Thee: ~n- a -,'~ hi i-1 —l ---- - -- -- _ ( 1)z H _ _. Ho- ly, ho - ly, ho ly mer-ci -ful and migh - tyi ___ — -__-_-_ -- 42 --- — - - '.. - _: T p Holy, holy, holy! (mf) all the saints adore Thee, Casting down their golden crowns around the glassy sea, Cherubim and seraphim falling down before Thee, Which wert, and art, and evermore shalt be. p Holy, holy, holy! though the darkness hide Thee, Though the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not see, mf Only Thou art holy; there is none beside Thee Perfect in power, in love, and purity. p Holy, holy, holy! (mf) Lord God Almighty! ff All Thy works shall praise Thy Name, in earth, and sky, and sea: mf Holy, holy, holy! merciful and mighty! f God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity. AMEN. Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827. (1) The small notes are intended for the second and third verses. * Thi9 Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  130 1398*.TRINITY SUNDAY. (FiasT TuNE) L.M. "1Who shall not fear Thee, 0 Lord, and glorify Thy Name." WAMIEAr Ir Win. Knapp, 1760. -W96. 0 ho - ly, ho -ly, ho- ly Lord,Bright in Thy deeds and in Thy Name, Mf~ _ _L_ For ev - er be, Thy Name adored, Thy glo - ries let the world proclaim. A-mEN I p 0 Jesus, Lamb once crucified mf 0 Holy Spirit from al~ove, To take our load of sins away, In streams of light and glory given, cr Thine be the hymn that rolls its tide Thou source of ecstacy and love, Along the realms of upper day. Thy praises ring thro' earth and heaven. mf 0 God Triune, to Thee we owe Our every thought, our every song; And ever may Thy praises flow From saint andl seraph's burning tongue. Amu6N. J. W.Eastburn. (SECOND TUNE.) rIVAuLx. I__ _ _ II -- 1 - -. ' L II'P -~- II VI= 88. 0 ho - ly, ho - ly, ho - ly Lord, Bright in Thy deeds and in Thy Name, I -3 —e9 '- i -. 2- -&I t I - I I I I 11 -+ i t - I I -__ _____ _____ ___2 For ev -er be Thy Name a-dored, Thy glories l-e-t the world proclaim. A - MEN. * This Hymn may also be sung at other -seasons.

Page  131 TRINITY SUNDAY. 140.* Six 7s. S. ATHANASS. "From everlasting to everlasting Thou art God." E. J. J. opkins. P Icr - 90. Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho - ly, Lord God of hosts, e - ter - nal King, -4 -____ __ — # -_ _____ r __ - _I.~ h" ~ —~- -----— <:-<-.-,' —,, —~ —G-1 —s — ~-,,'-__~ —\ --- — ~ --- —f By the heav'ns and earth adored; An- gels and arch - an - gels sing, [ j-.,"-* f --,:_.__-_s ___. --— h ---- --- -I —'....~ —) ---il- ---— " —'-4 —t-" — "-"'-.... 10,_ s- _____ Chanting ev - er- last - ing - ly, To the bless-ed Trin - i ty. A-MEN., __-..~- ~ _F._-v. ~. ___ mf Thousands, tens of thousands, stand Spirits blest, before Thy throne, Speeding thence at Thy command; And when Thy command is done, Singing everlastingly To the blessed Trinity. p Cherubim and seraphim Veil their faces with their wings; Eyes of angels are too dim To behold the King of kings, mf While they sing eternally To the blessed Trinity. mf The apostles, prophets, Thee, p Thee, the noble martyr band, mf Praise with solemn jubilee; Thee the Church in every land; Singing everlastingly To the blessed Trinity. f Alleluia! Lord, to Thee, Father, Son, and HIoly Ghost, Three in One, and One in Three, Join we with the heavenly host, Singing everlastingly To the blessed Trinity. AMEN. Bishop Christopher TWordsworth, 185. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  132 TBRIITY SUNDAY. 141,*P.M. " This is My Name for ever, and this is My memorial unto all generations." LEONr. Jewish Melody, -..... I -= 100. The God of A - braham praise, Who reigns, enthron'd a - bove; __ -- - —.- 0_. -dr -T _I r 9 1 '- *- Rr ---- -- ' _ I I ` -r T I_ i- _I i i!7 — -r F7..1 l i' p= E il" -- ' I t An - cient of v- er - last - ing days, And God of love. -ROV __ _ --- - _1 -- =i-j-: -- - J _ ---': _ _= F:- --- ~ - | T-.',-: cr ' - o J -;_ - Je - ho - vah, great I AM, By earth and heaven con - fess'd cr - _' -I- |._ - |j —== r I —. - J >,-~ —~ ---r- _ -i --- --- I L. -_= L v —n-, ~ — -- -- -m 'n - -- ---- ' — - - r -- I bow and bless the Sa - cred Name, For - ev - er bless'd. A-MEN. -- - -- --- - --- -? mp _ ~' - t ~1 -.,....... 7_ 1 I I __ -v -r- | r_,g _. 3 I _ I,..-_.-i _ x_j I i r I I mf The God of Abraham praise, At whose supreme command From earth I rise, and seek the joys At His right hand: I all on earth forsake, Its wisdom, fame, and power; er And Him my only portion make, My shield and tower. mf He by Himself hath sworn, I on His oath depend, I shall, on angel-wings upborne, To heaven ascend: I shall behold His face, I shall His power adore, cr And sing the wonders of His grace For evermore. mf There dwells the Lord, our King, The Lord, our righteousness, Triumphant o'er the world and sin, p The Prince of Peace; cr On Sion's sacred height His kingdom He maintains, f And, glorious with His saints in light, For ever reigns. mf The God who reigns on high The great archangels sing: And, "Holy, holy, holy," cry, "Almighty King,"' Who was, and is the same, And evermore shall be; Jehovah,Father, great I AM, p We worship Thee. mf f cr ff The whole triumphant host Give thanks to God on high; Hail, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, They ever cry: Hail, Abraham's God and mine, I join the heavenly lays; All might and majesty, are Thine, And endless praise. AMEN. Thos. Olivers, 1772. r mt_ rr.. r s_ - 'his iymn may caso oe sung at other seasons.

Page  133 TRINITY SUNDAY. 142. (FIBST TUNE.) L.M. GRAOE CHURC " The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion Pleyel. of the Holy Ghost, be with you all." ___ -nQX T _ — f - ) a --- ' —~ - - ~ ':,6 -s? mf d d-=92. Father of all, whose love pro-found, A ransom for our souls hath found.. _.._ _ _ 1 _ nf Almighty Son, Incarnate Word, mf Eternal Spirit, by whose breath Our Prophet, Priest, Redeemer, Lord, The soul is raised from sin and death, p Before Thy throne we sinners bend; p Before Thy throne we sinners bend; mf To us Thy saving grace extend. mf To us Thy quickening power extend. mf Jehovah,-Father, Spirit, Son,Mysterious Godhead, Three in One! r) Cr p Before Thy throne we sinners bend; us Thypardoning tend. APmf Grace, pardon, life, to us extend. AME. p Before Thy throne we sinners bend; mf Grace, pardon, life, to us extend. A~EN. J. Cooper, 1810. (SECOND TUNE.) STANTON COURT. R. Brown-Borthwick. ^ -9- #- -9-> -=92. Fa-ther of all, whose love profound A ran - som for our souls hath found, y~-i-_ i - - o-~, - _ --- _. -- |__ — - * _ -__=_-~_-E _-_- - t ---- - Z —' —I —f Before Thy throne we sinners bend; To us Thy pardoning love ex-tend. A - MEN. -e - -^ —, - -B- g-d 9d -9- _ _ G —F ---~~~e2- -— 2 —FI-I - I-= —e fl- s -- t - * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  134 TRINITY SUNDAY. 143. 6s. 8s. " Of Him and through Him and to HEim are all things; to, whom be glory for ever. Amen." HABREWOOD. S. S. Wesley. = o100. We give im - mor - tal praise To God the Fa-ther's love, For _ ee _ f==l I' #-I -I - all our comforts here, And all our hopes a - bove, He sent His own e - IP w -! SonTodie- f-o si tr ai i a t - doe ter - nal Son To die for sins that man had done. A - MEN. - k-_-3 - I I I I f To God the Son belongs Immortal glory too, Who saved us by His blood From everlasting woe: And now He lives, and now He reigns, And sees the fruit of all His pains. f To God the Spirit praise And endless worship give, Whose new-creating power Makes the dead sinner live: His work completes the great design, And fills the soul with joy divine. ff Almighty God, to Thee Be endless honours done; The sacred Persons Three, (The Godhead only One;) Where reason fails with all her powers, There faith prevails, and love adores. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  135 TRINITY SUNDAY. 144.* 7s. D. "And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord of hosts." - L I- L.I _ I HONI rON. Edward Flood. -l__' ---_-j - _, '. _ J '. '_ — J-. - - I cr - 1- 9 L-=92. Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho - ly Lord God of hosts! When heav'n and eaith; p c I cvg -,~.^ - - ^"n^ - 42"^ ^ ' ~g"r~ - - - 6 — _ i - | i. -- -.*[ -, -- -|, - I -6'Out of dark-ness at Thy word, Is - sued in - to glorious birth,,z1 d - -- c6.L All Thy works be - fore Thee stood, And Thine eye be - held them good, -6'- _, __.~-I — - -.E - -. _ _ _ ~ _ _ _ _ ~_ '_ -i.\I....A..I_ t I F — At - -1J ---~ — = - - ' — - ~ __ — 7: — i While they sang with one ac - cord, Ho - ly, ho- ly,. ho - ly Lord. A - MEN., -f - I 0 9_-~ -!?.7.. l- r-,- _ — r - rW -. T ---_ r- _ - I - I- I _ ' -&! 4-i- '1 - I -- 11 I - l_ -i -, I - = h — -F " — -- I I -.f -I - I,- -_.. v | y 'v Y p Holy, holy, holy! Thee. cr One Jehovah evermore, Father, Son, and Spirit, we, Dust and ashes, would adore; Lightly by the world esteemed, From that world by Thee redeemed, Sing we here, with glad accord, p Holy, holy, holy Lord I p Holy, holy, holy! All cr Heaven's triumphant choir shall sing,,When the ransomed nations fall At the footstool of their King: Then shall saints and seraphim, Hearts and voices, swell one hymn, BRound the throne with full accord, Holy, holy, holy Lord! AMEN. J. Montgomery, 1853. * This Hymn may also be sung at other season8.

Page  136 TRINITY SUZJDAF. 145, 8s. 7s. 4. REGENT SQUARE Sing untt the Lord, and praise His Name." Henry Smart. A' mf =- - " — L- -e- ~^ -4 --=96. Ho - ly Fa- ther, great Cre - a - tor, Source of mer-cy, love, and peace, mf -- -- --- r - _ - _ Look up- on the Me - di - a - tor, Clothe us with His right-eous-ness; --- _ -. --- _ _.- -|,' —.-....?_'- -,'J —t|, —L — j-?: _ _ _ -^-~-? --- I I-i -I —l__: I ~._ r,I n., I J.. It I _ -, _ -l-s I I _ I I _-__) _ — ~ -- '- -,-j ___ _ ' Heavenly Fa-ther, Heavenly Fa-ther, Through the Sav-iour hear and bless. A-MEx.! ~._ _~-.~_ -_'S1 — ' ---- ' mf Holy Jesus, Lord of glory, Whom angelic hosts proclaim, While we hear Thy wondrous story, Meet and worship in Thy Name, Dear Redeemer, In our hearts Thy peace proclaim. mf Holy Spirit, Sanctifier, Come with unction from above, Raise our hearts to raptures higher, Fill them with the Saviour's love! Source of comfort, Cheer us with the Saviour's love. f God the Lord, through every nation Let thy wondrous mercies shine! In the song of Thy salvation Every tongue and race combine! Great Jehovah, Form our hearts and make them Thine. AMEN. Bishop A. V. Griswold. T*his Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  137 TRINITY SUNDAY. 146: (SECOND TUNE.) 6s. 4s. FAT Lux." Let there be light." Barkworth. =' 92. Thou, whose Al - might - y word Cha - os and dark-ness heard, f I tempo cr And took their flight; Hear us, we hum - bly pray, And wherethe rel _ empo - cr )rall ifep lento Gospel's day Sheds not its glo - rious ray Let there be light. A-MEIT. if lento rnf Thou Who didst come to bring On Thy redeeming wing Healing and sight, cr Health to the sick in mind, Sight to the inly-blind, O now, to all mankind, f Let there be light I mf Spirit of truth and love, Life-giving, Holy Dove, Speed forth Thy flight! cr Move on the waters' face, Bearing the lamp of grace, And, in earth's darkest place f Let there be lightI p Holy and Blessed Three, Glorious Trinity, Wisdom, Love, Might, er Boundless as ocean's tide, Rolling in fullest pride, Through the world, far and wide, ff Let there be light I AMEN. J. Marriott, 1816. * This Hymn may also be sung at other season.

Page  138 TRINITY SUNDAY. 146, (FIRST TUN.) 6s. 4s. Moscow. "Let there be light.u Giardini. 92. Thou, whose Al - might - y word Cha - os and dark - ness heard, 42 o -;- 4 t - - 1- ' [I ~ | And took their flight; Hear us, we hum - bly pray, And where the p —. V- - — r-5 -r-.7-,, a I ' 2 't... t gg &' i — L I '-1r- ie^ h Gospel's day Sheds not its glo-rious ray, Let there be light! A - MEN.? ado a, of - - -- - X-, i fmf Thou Who didst come to bring On Thy redeeming wing Healing and sight, cr Health to the sick in mind, Sight to the inly-blind, 0 now, to all mankind,.f Let there be lightI mf Spirit of truth and love, Life-giving, Holy Dove. Speed forth Thy flight!.p cr Move on the waters' face, Bearing the lamp of grace, And, in earth's darkest place if Let there be light I p Holy and Blessbd Three, Glorious Trinity, Wisdom, Love, Might; cr Boundless as ocean's tide, Rolling in fullest pride, Through the world, far and wide,' ff Let there be light! AMEN. J. Marriott, 1816. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  139 Cbe 1Eorbrl DagV&W4 U~.G1'V 147. (FIRST TuNE.) S.M. S. TimOTHY. "A day in Thy courts is better than, a thou~sancZ."UG. J. Geer. =92. Wel - come, sweet day of rest, That saw the Lord a - rise; __ -t __ _ Welcome to this re viv - ing breast,And these re - joic - ing eyes. A-MEN. ~ _ _ ____ ~il T-~ - -: fThe King Himself comes near To feast His saints to-dlay; mnp Here may we sit, and see Him here, And love, and praise, and pray. p One day amidst the place Where Jesus is within, Is better than ten thousand days Of pleasure and of sin. f My willing soul would stay In such a frame as this, Till it is call'd to soar away To everlasting bliss. AmEN..q (S~coND TuNE-) Isaac Watts, 1709. BNPED B. Harrison. =9.Wlcome, sweet day of rsTa sw the Lord a - rise; __ J1 L4 Welcome to this re - viv - ing breast,And these re - jole - ing eyes. A - MEN. I J h-1-*) -__ _ _ AVI- -.2

Page  140 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 148. 6. 8s. " This is the day which the Lord hath made." DARWALL. J. Darwall, 1783. _ __ I -- --— _ o100. A - wake, ye saints, a - wake, And hail this sa - cred day; In loft-iest songs of praise, Your joy-ful horn - age pay: Welcome the 4 ~~~e - o9 r.. _.-... _T- I VI - -- day that God hath blest,The type of heaven's e - ter - nal rest. A-MEN. f On this auspicious morn The Lord of life arose; He burst the bars of death, And vanquish'd all our foes: p And now He pleads our cause above, And reaps the fruits of all His love. f All hail, triumphant Lord! Heaven with Hosannas rings, And earth, in humbler strains, Thy praise responsive sings: Worthy the Lamb that once was slain, Through endless years to live and reign. f Great King, gird on Thy sword, Ascend Thy conquering car; While justice, truth and love Maintain Thy glorious war: dim This day let sinners own Thy sway, And rebels cast their arms away. AMEN. Elizabeth Scott, 1763; J. Cotterill, 1810.

Page  141 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 14Q. s- de U.WL.M. CHESTERFIELD, "The first day of the week." Dr. Haweis, 1780. i_ 7 we, - - ~- - ~- -, '~; s -' - 88. Blest day of God! most calm,most bright,The first, the best of days; The MPm__.. _ _ - -_ I - labourer's rest, the saint's de- light, The day of prayer and praise. A-MEN..r -'C-i / — 1 P-: mf My Saviour's face made Thee to shine; And they the day of Christ who love, His rising thee did raise, A happy week shall find. And made thee heavenly and divine Beyond all other days * <.. B3eyond all other days. p This day I must with God appear; For, Lord, the day is Thine; mf The first fruits oft a blessing prove Help me to spend it in Thy fear, To all the sheaves behind; And thus to make it mine. AMEtN. J. Mason, 1683. 150, L.M. QUEBEC. "Thou, Lord, hast made me glad through Thy works." Henry Baker. mf -= 98. Sweet is the work, my God,my King,To praise ThyName,give thanks,and sing; x To show Thy love by morning light, And talk of all Thy truth at night.A - MEN. p Sweet is the day of sacred rest; mf I then shall share a glorious part, No mortal cares shall seize my breast; When grace hath well refined my heart, cr O may my heart in tune be found, And fresh supplies of joy are shed, Like David's harp of solemn soundI Like holy oil, to cheer my head. mf My heart shall triumph in my Lord, mf Then shall I see, and hear, and know, And bless His works, and bless His word; All I desired or wished below; His works of grace, how bright they shine! And every power find sweet employ How deep His counsels, how divine I In that eternal world of joy. AMEN Isaac Watts, 1719.

Page  142 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 151. Six 8s. ADORATiO. "This is the day which the Lord hath made." Haydn..= 88. Great God, this sa - cred day of Thine De - mands the mf 4 - _ -- ___ '_42 " ' 2 -:"".. soul's col - lect-ed powers; Glad-ly we now to Thee re - sign |.- ~ _ _ -~ _~_ _,_- " — 1-:': —, -' ='-~ —I —' --- —- - t ~dim. r These sol - emn, con - se - crat - ed hours: 0 may our souls a,. _ _. o. _ sat ( ----... X" —.... — ~- I --....J.-.. dor - ing own The grace that calls us to Thy throne. A - MEx. 1p- i F-' --- -— 1- -= --- - p All-seeing God! Thy piercing eye Can every secret thought explore; May worldly cares our bosoms fly, And where Thou art intrude no more: 0 may Thy grace our spirits move, And fix our minds on things above I mf Thy Spirit's powerful aid impart, And bid Thy Word, with life divine, Engage the ear and warm the heart: Then shall the day indeed be Thine; Then shall our souls adoring own The grace that calls us to Thy throne. AMlcN. Anne Steele, 1760.

Page  143 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 152, 68. GOPS " The Lord is in this place." Handel, __ — ' 96. In loud ex - alt - ed strains, The King of Glo - ry praise; -- / f L _-T I -- - t -: ---. / Si - on, with His presence blest, Is His delight, His chos-en rest. A-MEN. -f 0 K1ing of Glory, come; And with Thy favour crown This temple as Thy hoine, This people as Thy own; Beneath this roof vouchsafe t| o show How God can dwell with men below, ' — p - ow let Thine ear- - a ttend Our supplicating cries; or Now let our praise ascend, Accepted, to the skies: Now let Thy Gospel's joyful sound Spread its celestial influence round. O'er hea f Here may th e listreigns, T hro' ev - er - last -ng days; But Imbibe Thy truth and love; Here Christians join the song Of seraphim above: -Till all who -humbly seek Thy face - Z'tf I! I { 1 — ~: -I-2_ 1 — -_ I...! ---- -, Si - on, with His presence blest, Is His delight, His chos-en rest. A-ME~. — ",-. 1- - - - - - ---. ---. e.-s- —. _... 1-,-.... gL —?. 1 - 1 - I I -- r g I. I I,- *- "ii mf O King of Glory, come; And with Thy favour crown This temple as Thy home, This peo ple as Thy abounding grace. A 4iim~ ~Beneath this roof vouchsafe to show How God can dwell with men below. p Now let Thine ear attend. Our supplicating cries; cr Now let our praise ascend, Accepted, to the skies: Now let Thy Gospel's joyful sound Spread its celestial influence round. Hf Eere may the listening throng Imbibe Thy truth and love; Here Christians join the song Of seraphim above: Till all who humbly seek Thy face Rejoice in Thy abounding grace. AS. Ben. Francis, 1774.

Page  144 THE LORD'S DA Y-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 153. (FIRST TUNE.) L.M. "There remaineth a rest to the people of God." INTERCESSION. J. B. Dykes. __r -. _. x I __ _ m j_ 7~~~~- _-fi=da —._ 9 88. An - oth - er six days' work is done, An-oth - er Lord's day has be-gun; — t -'- I -/ - f..,4 _i4 '~f-~ -~~~~~~~~~~~~ —P. — ~ L~, ~, - -~ f~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ --- ~ -: — ~ --- —g — -: --- — Z: Re - turn, my soul, en - joy thy rest,Improve the hours thy God hath blest.A-MEN. mf This day may our devotion rise, As grateful incense to the skies; And heaven that sweet repose bestow, Which none but they who feel it knowI p That peaceful calm within the breast Is the sure pledge of heavenly rest, p Which for the Church of God remains,The end of cares, the end of pains. mf In holy duties, let the day, In holy pleasures pass away; How sweet a sabbath thus to spend, In hope of one that ne'er shall end. AMEN. Joseph Stennett, 1712. (SECOND TNE.) HTEBON. L. Mason. mf -t- 9 _= 54. An - oth - er six days' work is done, An - oth-er Lord's day has be-gun; nmf - - -- -__ C -e - Ie - turn,my soul, en - joy thy rest, Improve the hours thy Godhath blest.A - MEN.

Page  145 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP 154 (FrST TUNE.) C.M. NAREAGHMORE. " There I will meet with thee; and I will commune with thee from C. J. Dickinson, 1861, above the mercy-seat." rnf — =88. Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear My voice as - cend-ing high; mf - - - - -B —fe-I -epTo Thee will I di - rect my prayer, To Thee lift up mine eye; A-ME. a ~g4^^^=p=^j^ - 8 ---____: _:=::_% _ W 1 - 1-:- 6 _ ---t — J ----!:_ I1 ---:,-...f. mf Up to the hills, where Christ is gone mf But to Thy house will I resort, To plead for all His saints, To taste Thy mercies there; Presenting at His Father's Throne I will frequent Thy holy court, Our songs and our complaints. And worship in Thy fear. p Thou art a God before whose sight mf 0 may Thy Spirit guide my feet, The wicked shall not stand; In ways of righteousness, Sinners shall ne'er be Thy delight, Make every path of duty straight, Nor dwell at Thy right hand. And plain before my face. AMET. Isaac Watts, 1719. (SECOND TUNE.) BELGRAVE. R. Brown Borthwick.! - 88. Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear My voice as - cend-ing high;.... k r, - 1 -- - -- - V A -_.: ~Id,:.. -," I- - F - ~' I - c 0 To Thee will 1 di - rect my prayer, To Thee lift up mine eye. A-MEN. i __L —_: _- _ _1 J ____ _ -2 - - I", - r- I T V —0 i 6 I 'OD > = -- r r- - - I- - ''r — -1 Im - / 1 -1 rt -k - ~ -- - 1 — 'I -i I I -r | I

Page  146 THE LORD'S DA Y-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 1OO9, 10o. PAX DEL "Like as the hart desireth the water-brooks, so longeth my soul after Thee, 0 God." J. B. Dykes.,mf- - ' I I O. I 9 d 90. As pants the wear - ied hart for cool - ing springs, _. i:- r ' J-, I J^J: ^-1 - T ~~r,,: ~,-f:: —, —~ —^ =-?~~ -~-~t That sinks ex - haus - ted in the sum - mer's chase, So pants my soul for Thee, great King of kings,, _ a!So thirsts to reach Thy sa - cred dwell - ing - place. A-MEN., I * o.mf Lord, Thy sure mercies, ever in my sight, My heart shall gladden through the tedious day; dWm And 'midst the dark and gloomy shades of night, To Thee, my God, I'll tune the grateful lay. p Why faint, my soul? why doubt Jehovah's aid? cr Thy God the God of mercy still shall prove; Within His courts thy thanks shall yet be paid: Unquestion'd be His faithfulness and love. AMEN. Psalm xUli

Page  147 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 156, (FIBST TUNE.) C.M. Mu "Now is Christ risenfrom the dead." =92. A - gain the Lord of life and light A -wakes the kindling ray, f -— d -2 -- -1- - -_ _Un - seals the eye- lids of the morn, And pours in - creas-ing day. A -MENI. fi- -I p O what a night was that which wrapt mf And now His conquering chariot wheels A heathen world in gloom! Ascend the lofty skies; cr O what a sun which broke this day Broken beneath His powerful Cross, Triumphant from the tombI Death's iron sceptre lies. p The powers of darkness leagued in vain f This day be grateful homage paid, To bind our Lord in death; And loud Hosannas sung; He shook their kingdom when He fell, Let gladness dwell in every heart, By His expiring breath. And praise on every tongue. f Ten thousand differing voices join To hail this welcome morn, Which scatters blessings from its wings On nations yet unborn. AMEN. Anna L. Barbauld, 1773. (SECOND TUNE.) TAIT. _-~ -- - --- — i- -- ---- [-100. A - gain the Lord of life and light A- wakes the kind- ling ray, _* =- -t- _.... ~ -_- -^-4-~ ^_: =_-H ---^.: - >E__ —__L-_-t-, Unseals the eye-lids of the morn, And pours in-creas-ing d ay, A -,EN. A~

Page  148 THE LORD'S DA Y-PURBLIC WORSHIP. 157 6. 4s. S. GoDma. "My soul longeth, yea, even fainteth for the courts of the Lord." J. B. Dykes. I" mf -- I - = 100. Lord of the worlds a- bove, How pleas-ant and how fair r -g- -- '" — ) --- ~~F - t i 1- -I! - i: * g _.., -. -_ L -I The dwellings of Thy love, Thy earth - ly tem - p]es are To mf -- happy souls., that pray ___,4 i-, -- I T | - g- L I I ~ -_ _There God appoints to hear - cr f Thine abode My heart as-pi rm r es th wa de-sires To see my God. A-ME mf 0 happy souls, that pray Where God appoints to hears happy mean, that pay The ir constant service there t p They praise Thee still: | That love the way cr And happy the To Sion's hi ll. They go from str enth to strenth dim Through this dark vale of tears, r Till each arrives at length, Till each in heaven appears: mf 0 glorious seat; Shapll thither bring When God our King Our willing feet. f God is our Sun and Shield, Our Light and our defence; With gifts His hands are fill'd, We draw our blessings thence: Thrice happy he, [ Whose spirit trusts O God of hosts, | Alone in Thee. AMBx. Isaac WTiatts, 1719.

Page  149 158. L.M..- -4 —. THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. WARD. " This is the day which the Lord hath made, we will rejoice and be glad in it." Arr. L. Mason..............., _ _ _ __ f) c mf _ - _ -A#I - 90. My opening eyes with rap-ture see The dawn of Thy re-turn - ing day, _9- 1v --- i-= A d- b y -_ -2_,- -, _ is X S -' - I a,} t 9 V 2 — &- i c I- - - -— _ --- My thoughts,O God, as-cend to Thee,While thus my ear - ly vows I pay. A-MENT...., ~ '~ — ~ _ _ a _ -_- a - *, A~ -_, -< mf I yield my heart to Thee alone, Nor let me feel one vain desire, Nor would receive another guest; One sinful thought,through all the day. Eternal King! erect Thy throne, And reign sole monarch in my breast. mf Then, to Thy courts when I repair, My soul shall rise on joyful wing, p 0 bid this trifling world retire, The wonders of Thy love declare, And drive each carnal thought away; And join the strains which angels sing. J. Hutton (?) AMEITN. 159. S.M. "I was in the Spirit on the Lord's day." German. =-92. This is the day of light; Let there be light to - day; f- __-_ _ --- — _. 0 Day Spring,rise up - on our night, And chase its gloom a - way. A-MEN. = __n- _ _= --- — -LJ-,....... *j c p This is the day of rest: Our failing strength renew; On weary brain and troubled breast Shed Thou Thy freshening dew. p This is the day of peace: Thy peace our spirits fill; cr Bid Thou the blasts of discord cease, dim The waves of strife be still. p This is the day of prayer: Let earth to heaven draw near: cr Lift up our hearts to seek Thee there; Come down to meet us here. f This is the first of days: Send forth Thy quickening breath, And wake dead souls to love and praise, 0 Vanquisher of death! AMEN. John Ellerton, 1868.

Page  150 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 160. 7s. aD. ROTTERDAM. B. Tours. " The Lord's Day." t1I I I I I y -- -- ^ -^- _J_ y -<y *-^ -5?- b- _: - <& = =100. 0 Day of rest and glad-ness, 0 day of joy and light, -42 -I _ O balm of care and sad - ness, Most beau - ti - ful,most bright; e - -J- -a-_ On thee, the high and low - ly, Through a - ges join'd in tune, -2 Sing, Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho - ly, To t great God Tri - une. A-men. IP - - -- cr _ _ —__ _z C T - B- at z~ - _ SingHo-lh- yho-lT eretGdTi-n.Am. mf On thee, at the Creation, The light first had its birth; On thee for our salvation Christ rose from depths of earth; On thee our Lord victorious The Spirit sent from heaven; And thus on thee most glorious A triple light was given. p Thou art a port protected From storms that round us rise; A garden intersected With streams of Paradise; Thou art a cooling fountain In life's dry, dreary sand; cr From thee, like Pisgah's mountain, We view our promised land. mf To-day on weary nations The heavenly manna falls: To holy convocations The silver trumpet calls; Where gospel-light is glowing With pure and radiant beams: And living water flowing With soul-refreshing streams. mf New graces ever gaining From this our day of rest, We reach the rest remaining To spirits of the blest; f To Holy Ghost be praises, To Father, and to Son; The Church her voice upraises To Thee,blest Three in One. AMitm. Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862.

Page  151 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 161..ENDON. "I will commune with thee from above the mercy-seat." German. --... ---I- mp - j --- -88. Far from my thoughts,vain world,begone; Let my re - li-gious hours a-lone: From flesh and sense I would be free, And hold communion,Lord,with Thee. A - MEIN. -- ' — I: sp2_ -?fg: -_ _~- -- - -- ~_ 9-^-t-S-F-| ---- - -+ ---- -. ---- _ — ~~- -.cr My heart grows warm with holy fire, I'll tread the world beneath my feet, And kindles with a pure desire And all that men call rich and great. To see Thy grace, to taste Thy love, And feel Thine influence from above, mf Send comfort down from Thy right hand, To cheer me in this barren land; mf When I can say that God is mine, And in Thy temple let me knoow Wc hen I can see Thy glories shine, The joys that from Thy presence flow. Isaac Watts, 1709. AMEN. 3.62"Am L.M. WAREHAM. "0 send out Thy light and Thy truth, that they may lead me, and bring me Wgm. Knap, 1760. unto Thy holy hill, and to Thy dwelling." m --- ----— I- - = 96. Let me with light and truth be bless'd;Be these my guides to lead the way,.....2-g7 -...-I- ~-7- - -~ -'-~ —[- - ~'-J- ~-^T- - --- -— ~ --- _1 --- X X L^a- J — -gi- '' g --- -'=_,, - - #T p - - tF: —' 1- - ^~~~, -f^-i~ --- —-^tj r -FF^-^ I._, -..l '" Till on Thy ho - ly hill I rest, And in Thy sa-credtemple pray. A- MEN.. -.._ __ mf Then will I there fresh altars raise p Why then cast down, my soul? and why To God, who is my only joy; So much oppress'd with anxious care? And well-tuned harps, with songs of praise,cr On God, thy God, for aid rely, Shall all my grateful hours employ. Who will thy ruin'd state repair. AAiEN Psalm xiii.

Page  152 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 1L63 78. PRUEN. " Lord, I have loved the habitation of Thy house." F. A. G. Ouseley.,~. —=::-V ---.. -= 94. To Thy tem-pie I re-pair; Lord, I love to worship there;While Thy If - i! mm -- - -f glo-rious praise is sung, Touch my lips, unloose my tongue. A - MEN. p While the prayers of saints ascend, mf While Thy ministers proclaim God of love, to mine attend; Peace and pardon in Thy Name, cr Hear me, for Thy Spirit pleads; Through their voice, by faith, may I p Hear, for Jesus intercedes. Hear Thee speaking from the sky. p While I hearken to Thy law, mf From Thy house when I return, Fill my soul with humble awe, May my heart within me burn; cr Till Thy Gospel bring to me And at evening let me say, Life and immortality. dim "I have walk'd with God to-day. "AMEN. J. Montgomery, 1825. 164, 7. POSEN. " He that keepeth thee wilt not slumber." From Gesangbuch. M - _-,.._ -- zIz5 1, mf v - — I = 94. Now may He who from the dead Brought the Shepherd of the sheep, nf. _. -t- _ IL 42 _ —.. --- -— i ----- --- --- Je - sus Christ, our King and Head, All our souls in safe-ty keep. A-MEN. nf May He teach us to fulfil mf To that dear Redeemer's praise, What is pleasing in His sight; Who the covenant sealed with blood, Perfect us in all His will, Let our hearts and voices raise And preserve us day and night. Loud thanksgivings to our God!A-ME J. Newton, 1779.

Page  153 THE LORD'S DA Y-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 165. 8s. 7s. 4 "While He blessed them, He wasparted from them." SICILIAN MARINEW'N mp 6 I r - o L=64. Lord, dis - miss us with Thy bless-ing, Fill our hearts with MP3 — rim, -,-= ~,-f- - i: - r: I —.i —, r o, r I- - "- L_ joy and peace; Let us each, Thy love pos - sess - ing, Triumph in re - deem - ing grace; 0 re - fresh us, 0 re-.. __ ~__ fresh us, Trav - elling through this wild - er - ness. A - ME. f Thanks we give, and adoration, For the Gospel's joyful sound; May the fruits of Thy salvation In our hearts and lives abound: May Thy presence With us evermore be found. AMEN. W. Shirley, 1774.

Page  154 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 166,.. L.ZEY "7Thy rd is a lamp unto myfeet, and a light unto my path." W. B. BradbuM I aj - j-1 W — $ —|i._IT ___ inmf:=- 6-s — a=J60. Al-migh-ty Fa- ther, bless the word, Which thro' Thy grace,we now have heard, -n- _9 - _ _? -:-, _ - =: — _7_-_- ----- 9: _ -- = _I- -- - O may the precious seed take root, Spring up, and bear abundant fruit. A - MEN. d~~~*W- -I__t7,_ I ~:i~."''~ ir I-=$ ' — 'E=: -L =t |t, w= -q - -D -$ 5-' - -fS — -p- -a — ~= -~ -U- __ ^ 1 mf We praise Thee for the means of grace, Thus in Thy courts to seek Thy face: dim Grant, Lord that we who worship here May all, at last, in heaven appear. AMEN. J. Montgomery (?) Tune "ZEPHii," above. 16 a L.M. "Te Lord will bless His people with peace." mnf Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, p Though we are guilty, Thou art good; Help us to feed upon Thy word; Wash all our works in Jesus' blood; All that has been amiss forgive, Give every fetter'd soul release, And let Thy truth within us live. And bid us all depart in peace. AMEN. J. Hart, 1779. 168 8. 78.:,PEACE. "Go in peace." From " Narrative Hymns." ~' - I W -I -t 1 | — l 1 —,H.-... 1I....... < i J —::t 2 ' & - Ml-88. May the grace of Christ our Saviour, And the Father's boundless love, - mf I |..I I I.~= = ~ ~:~._~~ d,, tA2 JL _r d-w et With the Ho - ly Spir- it's fa-vour, Rest upon us from a- bove! I A - MEN.,-1 _ 12- 42 -F= - -*1- -11 mf Thus may we abide in union With each other and the Lord, And possess, in swepat communion, Joys which earth can not afford. AMExN. J.. Newton. 1779.

Page  155 THE LORD'S DAY-PUBLIC WORSHIP. 169, 10. ELLES. "The Lord shall give His people the blessing of Peace." E. J. Hopkins, mf ~-~.... -- -~......S~ ~-'::'S.....~ -' F i -^g-'9" ay- lua - gain - - - -^ ^ J 94 Sav -!our, a - gain to Thy dear Name we raise cr With one ac -cord our p art ing hymn of praise; We stand to bless Thee ere our wor - ship cease,!,: _:_.,_~: p: -: ----: ----i-" —q Then, low - ly kneel-ing, wait Thy word of peace. A - ME-N. p Grant us Thy peace upon our homeward way; mf With Thee began, with Thee shall end the day; Guard Thou the lips from sin, the hearts from shame, That in this house have called upon Thy Name. p Grant us Thy peace, Lord, thro' the coming night, cr Turn Thou for us its darkness into light; f From harm and danger keep Thy children free, For dark and light are both alike to Thee. p Grant us Thy peace throughout our earthly life, er Our balm in sorrow, and our stay in strife; Then, when Thy voice shall bid our conflict cease, p Call us, 0 Lord, to Thine eternal peace. AMEN. J. Ellerton, 1868.

Page  156 170. s.M. STATE STREET. " Unto every one of us is given grace, according to the measure of the gift of Christ." Woodman. "or -1l - I -~ - ---,-m —t -- d 63. Lord of the har - vest, hear Thy need-y ser - vants' cry; P, A V 2 - -` l, & x I i _ & An-swer our faith's ef - fectual prayer, And all our wants sup - ply. A-MEN mp On Thee we humbly wait, cr Thy Spirit on their spirits pour, Our wants are in Thy view; And make them strong for God. The harvest, Lord, is truly great, The labourers are few. mf 0 let them spread Thy Name, Their mission fully prove; mf Anoint and send forth more Thy universal grace proclaim, Into Thy Church abroad, Thine all-redeeming love. AMEEN. C. Wesley, 1742. 7 1 aL Sa.M". aOLMUaTZ. "Blessed are those servants whom the Lord when He cometh shaU find watching.n Arr. L. Mason. r. I, I. I_ _ m --- m=-^=^^ 'L 1- Z -i i_ ---Z-is t - 58. Ye servants of the Lord, Each in your of - fiee, wait, mf __ | id -'- '.... 1- gI ri~ -.. _. I-L-.- _ Ob - ser-vant of His heavenly word, And watchful at His gate. A-MEN. IS'..- ---— '~-~ --- ~ --- —---------- F ~ mf Let all your lamps be bright, cr Mark the first signal of His hand, And trim the golden flame; And ready all appear. Gird up your loins as in His sight, For awful is His Name. mj 0 happy servant he In such a posture found; mf Watch! 'tis your Lord's command, He shall his Lord with rapture see, p And while we speak He's near; And be with honour crown'd. AMEN. Phillip Doddridge. The Hymns for Ember Days are also suitable for meetings of the Clergy.

Page  157 a3oeation Davys. MONDAY. 172, C.,. DEDAM. "The eyes of aZl wait upon Thee, 0 Lord; and Thou givest them their Arr. L. Mason, meat in due season." n8 Ii s[ I = 76. Lord, in Thy Name Thy servants plead, And Thou hast sworn to hear; — By sun and moon below,-,, - r, r - ',- 'r. -— L — ',Thine is the bar-vest, Thine the seed, The fresh and fading year. A-MEN. mf Grant us, with precious things brought forth A place in Thy new heavens and earth, Where richer harvests grow. AMEN John Keble, 1856. 31.73 TUESDAY. 173^ C.M. BELMOW. "Spare Thy people, 0 Lord." Samuel Webbet -, --, I.. - _ = u -_ ii I'".._ 92. Lord, spare and save our sin - ful race From death in di - rest form; p ~ --- -~ — N >. -. ~_ —. -"... _ _ -,. -,,.L _. ~ -s- _-. r,. y. _- ''- - +' From pes - ti-lence that flies a - pace,From earthquake, fire, and storm. A-MEN. a a dl<| R L _S~m vM-I aSA- <T-W p Let every land bemoan its sin, That wars and crimes may cease; And may Thy pardoning grace bring in Sweet times of health and peace. AMEN. Anonymous. 74 WEDNESDAY. Tune " BELMONT," above. 1 C.M, "Mercy and truth shall go before Thyface." p Great is our guilt, our fears are great; p Kind Intercessor! to Thy love But naught shall prompt despair, This blest resource we owe: While open is the mercy-seat Thy merits plead for us above, To penitence and prayer. While we implore below. AMEcN. Anne Steele.

Page  158 175. 7s. 6s. D. PARADISE. " Great and marvellous are Thy works, Lord God A mighty; just and true are F. Weber. Thy ways, Thou King of Saints." I I _. ______-_I_-_I._1___ From all Thy Saints in war - fare, For all Thy Saints at rest, 9-.88. To Thee, 0 bless-ed Je - sus, All prais - es be address'd; f ' J- ' I _ - 1 Thou,Lord,didst win the bat - tle That they might conquerors be; I/%4 -e11 _m tit1 d6 tl' Their crowns of liv - ing glo - ry Are lit with rays from Thee. A-MEN. (Insert here the stanza for the special Saint's Day to be celebrated.) SAINT ANDREW. f Praise, Lord, for Thine Apostle, the first to mf welcome Thee, The first to lead his brother the very Christ to see. With hearts for Thee made ready, watch we throughout the year, Forward to lead our brethren to own Thine Advent near. SAINT THOMAS. All praise for Thine Apostle, whose short- p lived doubtings prove Thy perfect twofold nature, the fulness of Thy love. On all who wait Thy coming shed forth Thy peace, 0 Lord, And grant us faith to know Thee, true Man, true God, adored. SAINT STEPHEN. z f Praise for the first of Martyrs, who saw f Thee ready stand lim To aid ii. midst of torments, to plead at God's ri ht hand; Share we with him, if summon'd by death our Lord to own, On earth the faithful witness, in heaven the martyr crown. SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST. Praise for the loved Disciple, exile on Patmos' shore; Praise for the faithful record he to Thy God-head bore; Praise for the mystic vision, through him to us reveal'd. May we, in patience waiting, with Thine elect be seal'd. THE INNOCENTS' DAY. Praise for Thine Infant Martyrs, by Thee with tenderest love Called early from the warfare to share the rest above. 0 Rachel! cease thy weeping, they rest from pains and cares, Lord, grant us hearts as guileless, and crowns as bright as theirs. THE CONVERSION OF SAINT PAUL. Praise for the light from heaven, praise for the voice of awe, Praise for the glorious vision the persecutor saw. Thee, Lord, for his Conversion, we glorify to-day; So lighten all our darkness with Thy true Spirit's ray.

Page  159 OTHER HOLY DAYS. SAINT MATTHIAS. of J Lord, Thine abiding presence directs the p wondrous choice; For one in place of Judas the faithful now rejoice. Thy Church from false Apostles for evermore defend, And by Thy parting promise be with her to the end. SAINT MARK. f For him, 0 Lord, we praise Thee, the weak f by grace made strong, Whose labours and whose Gospel enrich our triumph song. May we in all our weakness find strength from Thee supplied, And all, as fruitful branches, in Thee, the Vine, abide. SAINT PHILIP AND SAINT JAMES. f All praise for Thine Apostle, bless'd guide J to Greek and Jew, And him surnamed Thy brother; keep us Thy brethren true, And grant the grace to know Thee, the Way, the Truth, the Life; To wrestle with temptations till victors in the strife. SAINT BARNABAS. mJ The Son of Consolation, moved by Thy law f of love, Forsaking earthly treasures, sought riches from above. As earth now teems with increase, let gifts of grace descend, That Thy true consolations may through the world extend. SAINT JOHN BAPTIST. f We praise Thee for the Baptist, Forerunner f of the Word, Our true Elias, making a highway for the Lord. Of prophets last and greatest, he saw Thy dawning ray. Make us the rather blessed, who love Thy glorious day. SAINT PETER. f Praise for Thy great Apostle, the eager and f the bold; Thrice falling, yet repentant, thrice charged to keep Thy fold. Lord, make Thy pastors faithful, to guard their flocks from ill, And grant them dauntless courage, with humble, earnest will. SAINT JAMES. For him, 0 Lord, we praise TLee, who, slain by Hero I's sword, Drank of Thy cup of suffering, fulfilling thus Thy word. Curb we all vain impatience to read Thy veil'd decree, And count it joy to suffer, if so brought nearer Thee. SAINT BARTHOLOMEW. All praise for Thine Apostle, the faithful, pure and true. Whom underneath the fig tree Thine eye all-seeing knew. Like him may we be guileless, true Israelites indeed, That Thby abiding Presence our longing souls may feed. SAINT MATTHEW. Praise, Lord, for him whose Gospel Thy human life declared, Who, worldly gains forsaking, Thy path of suffering shared. From all unrighteous mammon 0 give us hearts set free, That we, whate'er our calling, may rise and follow Thee. SAINT LUKE. For that "Beloved Physician," all praise, whose Gospel shows The Healer of the Nations, the Sharer of our woes. Thy wine and oil, 0 Saviour, on bruised hearts deign to pour, And with true Balm of Gilead anointus evermore. SAINT SIMON AND SAINT JUDE. Praise, Lord, for Thine Apostles, who seal'd their faith to-day: One love, one zeal impell'd them to tread the sacred way. May we with zeal as earnest the faith of Christ maintain, And bound in love as brethren, at length Thy rest attain. GENERAL ENDING. Apostles, Prophets, Martyrs, and all the sacred throng, Who wear the spotless raiment, who raise the ceaseless song: For these, pass'd on before us, Saviour, we Thee adore, And, walking in their footsteps, would serve Thee more and more. ff 20 Then praise we God the Father, and praise we God the Son, And God the Holy Spirit, Eternal Three in One; Till all the ransom'd number fall down before the Throne, And honour, power, and glory ascribe to God alone. AMEN. Earl Nelson. 1867.

Page  160 OTHER HOLY DAYS 176 (FiaST TUNE.) C.1 LAMBETH. "The armies in heavenAfolowed Him." 1C' f..,_ —:_ -- I- - -- =104. The Son of God goes forth to war, A king - ly crown to gain; f — - - a- - i_ s His blood red ban - ner streams a - far, Who fol-lows in His train? A -MEN. _I-...._... % '_ - I I2 -ri! L- 1 _-: -, _ A_ _ _ _ -O I — ~ I - I — W.JF-ly ---- -— _-+-. 'z~ -t '- i - I =1 -1 /L l f mf Cr dim f f Who best can drink his cup of woe, Triumphant over pain; Who patient, bears his cross below, He follows in His train. mf The martyr first, whose eagle eye p Could pierce beyond the grave; Who saw his Master in the sky, And call'd on Him to save. f Like Him, with pardon on his tongue, In midst of mortal pain, He prayed for them that did the wrong: Who follows in his train? mf A glorious band, the chosen few, p On whom the Spirit came: (SECOND TUNE.) Twelve valiant saints, their hope they And mock'd the cross and flame. [knew, They met the tyrant's brandish'd steel, The lion's gory mane; They bow'd their necks the death to feel: Who follows in their train? A noble army-men and boys, The matron and the maid; Around the Saviour's throne rejoice, In robes of light array'd. They climb'd the steep ascent of heaven Through peril, toil and pain: 0 God to us may grace be given To follow in their train. AMEN. Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827. S. ANN. Denby, 1686. / — c~= 96. The Son of God goes forth to war, A king-ly crown to gain; I Z l - _ lm —2 "-I ' l ~Ig f -"- -e- -- % V C~SFL~=I2VE / s b re b -lr n - I -f I c His blood red ban-ner streams a-far; Who fol-lows in His train? A-DMEN.:~_~_-~;I'11 ~ ~- ac

Page  161 OTHER HOLY DA VS. 176s C. M. D. (THIRD TUNE.) DE KovENi. Alla marcia. "The armies in heaven followed Him." A. Macdonald. F_-96. The Son of God goes forth to war, A king -ly crown to gain: _- gf-__ - -~ - I: __]_ - v — - -g- - 2X, ----_..... - -,- -H- -H --- -~ —, _ __ ----:::_-_ His blood-red ban- ner streams a - far! Who fol- lows in His train? _-_- - ___._ _.. F -- _, - t -- a —I-g-2-'s-t- '- -I —, — — i — -— to-~, --- --— ~___ z0-z-H-lt o — zzlt mff Who best can drink His cup of woe, Tri - umph-ant o - ver pain, -— ~- ao - G. ~ — ~F~ - — 8 - -a ~ d " ~s - ~, --- ____ ___~_ _ -___: -_ — L-1 _ —_ _.... -- — L --- -— H-, ----L - - __ P I f Who pa-tient bears His cross be - low, He fol-lows in His train. A - MEN. __- - | -_ - _-_- - mf The martyr first, whose eagle eye f A glorious band, the chosen few, Could pierce beyond the grave; On whom the Spirit came: Who saw his Master in the sky, Twelve valiant saints, their hope they cr And called on Him to save. And mocked the cross and flame. iknew, dim Like Him. with pardon on his tongue, mf They met the tyrant's brandish'd steel, In midst of mortal pain, The lion's gory mane; inf He prayed for them that did the wrong: p They bow'd their necks the death to feel: } Who follows in his train? f Who follows in their train? f A noble army-men and boys The matron and the maid; Around the Saviour's throne rejoice, In robes of light array'd. mf They climb'd the steep ascent of heaven Through peril, toil and pain: p 0 God to us may grace be given To follow in their train. AMEN. Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827.

Page  162 OTHER HOLY DAYS. 177, C.M.D. S. BARTHOLOMEW. "1These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their Giornivichi. robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb * t -- - m- id i —X>r- H- s= 92. How bright these glorious spir - its shine! Whence all their white ar - ray? -t4,- if I- -- -I -- -72 s - -P- -at- -f- t- - -2 How came they to the bliss - ful seats Of ev - er -last -ing day? _ m& -Ba by b1z-.r Lo, these are they, from sufferings great, Who came to realms of light; 1 1 ___ - - \- - -- ' —\ - - - i- - F lI- -- L -~ 1 - And in the blood of Christ have wash'd Those robes which shine so bright. A-MEN. _r I cr, T ---- _ ' - I II -4- _ f Now with triumphal palms they stand Before the throne on high, And serve the God they love amidst The glories of the sky. His presence fills each heart with joy, Tunes every mouth to sing; By day, by night, the sacred courts With glad hosannas ring. mf The Lamb, which reigns upon the throne, Shall o'er them still preside; p Feed them with nourishment divine, cr And all their footsteps guide. p 'Mong pastures green He'll lead His flock. Where living streams appear; er And God the Lord from every eye Shall wipe off every tear. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709; W. E. Cameron, 1770.

Page  163 abeD wnuarento9 Map. 178. L.M. ABTOm "These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever He goeth." 0. E. Willing.;= 88.. 0 Lord, the Ho - ly In - no-cents, Laid down for Thee their in - faut life, mp | _ *_ _ I- -____ -—. — __EjII -F_. - I i I And martyrs brave and patient saints Have stood for Thee in fire and strife. A-MEN... |...._ __ - -F- t:: -' —cg-l --- —b-f- - t - -— ~ — ~-~ mp We wear the cross they wore of old, mp Then we may stay the angry blow, Our lips have learned like vows to make; Then we may check the hasty word, We need not die; we cannot fight; Give gentle answers back again, What may we do for Jesus' sake? And fight a battle for our Lord. mp 0 day by day each Christian child cr With smiles of peace and looks of love, Has much to do, without, within; Light in our dwellings we may make, A death to die for Jesus' sake, Bid kind good-humour brighten there, A weary war to wage with sin. And do all still for Jesus' sake. mp ~When deep within our swelling hearts, mf There's not a child so weak and small The thoughts of pride and anger rise, But has his little cross to take, When bitter words are on our tongues, His little work of love and praise, And tears of passion in'our eyes; That he may do for Jesus' sake. AMEN. C. P. Alexander. 17,1 S.M. LISBON. "They are without fault before the throne of God." D. Read. nip -- 70. Glo - ry to Thee, 0 Lord, Who, from this world of sin, mp m 1 By cru-el He - rod's ruthless sword Those precious ones didst win. A - MEN. mp Glory to Thee for all 0 that, as free from deeds of sin, The ransom'd infant band We shrank not from Thy sight. Who since that hour have heard Thy call, mf Lord, help us every hour And re'ach'd the quiet land. Thy cleansing grace to claim; cr 0 that our hearts within, In life to glorify Thy power, Like theirs, were pure and bright; In death to Draise Thy Name. AMEN. Emjma Toke, 1853.

Page  164 3rzontation of OCbirt# 180. S.M. "The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former." I- I.... THATCHER. Handel.; — 2 - ' —S4. 2....i-a. l -~ -~88. Be - hold a hum - ble train The courts of God draw near; MP ---:- — ~-iz - —: -+ — -_-__ _ -.- I=cr A Vir - gin Moth - er and her babe Be - fore the Lord ap-pear. A - MEIN. _ __ —::-_ ~ -~-~__%. J!^-^^-^ mf 0 wondrous, blessed sight! mf The cloud indeed was there, To faithful eyes made known. The symbol of the Lord; p That lowly Babe-the mighty God, But here the Lord Himself appears, The Prince of Peace, they own. The true, Incarnate Word. inf And now this temple shines f Blest Saviour, come once more With glory far more bright With power and grace divine; Than e'er the former temple saw, Our hearts Thy living temples make, E'en at its greatest height. Wholly and ever Thine. AMET. Anonymous. aununtiation of ta M I e Tirin 4a fr. UL63. S.M. S. GEORGE. " Behold, a Virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a Son, and they shall H. J. Gauntlett. call His Name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us." _ __ —" 1 —= liz-,_ _ ---- __-1 -~.fJ-~- -<- -- -~ - -~ - -~-: - = 100. Praise we the Lord this day, This day so long fore - told,,,,.,, -5 --, m_.- -,-,-T — -,~,, -- ~ --- - 4__ ] e-1-6 -- Whose promise shone with cheering ray, On wait - ing saints of old. A-MEN. -- 1i~ ' -~- — ' - "-:-+'~'...-L" - -1- -- a a --- '~~ nf The Prophet gave the sign For faithful men to read; A Virgin, born of David's line, Shall bear the promised Seed. mf Ask not how this should be, But worship and adore: p Like her, whom heaven's majesty Came down to shadow o'er. p Meekly she bowed her head To hear the gracious word, mf Mary, the pure and lowly maid, The favoured of the Lord. f Blessed shall be her name In all the Church on earth, Thro' whom that wondrous mercy came, The Incarnate Saviour's birth. AMEN. Anonymous.

Page  165 S. airb aae ntr all ligela, 182 * 7s. LIuBEC G-erman._ "0 O raise the Lord all ve His hosts: ve servants of His that do His pleasure." -_ -. - -a @ -- J ---- -- " -" =- 92.Praise to God who reigns a - bove, Bind-ing earth and heav'n in love; - - -= - '- -F -:-1 -- All the ar-mies of the sky Wor-ship His dread sovereign-ty. A-MENx. mf Seraphim His praises sing, mf Yet on man they joy to wait, Cherubim on fourfold wing, All that bright celestial state, Thrones, Dominions, Princes, Powers, For true Man their Lord they see, Ranks of Might that never cowers. Christ, the Incarnate Deity. mf Angel hosts His word fulfil, dim On the Throne our Lord who died Ruling nature by His will; cr Sits in Manhood glorified, Round His throne Archangels pour p Where His people faint below Songs of praise for evermore. cr Angels count it joy to go. AMEN. R. M. Benson, 1861. Et Contmunion of saints. 1 3, C.M. MATYRDOM. " Seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses." Hugh Wilson. -.001 nfi-^- -, - --- -|- ' I i. _ - 1J 94. Lo! what a cloud of wit - ness - es En - com-pass us a-round! Men once like us with suffering tried,But now with glory crown'd. A-MEN. '-_-: _ I-]- 1 i ' ' -1 - 1 1 -- t r __t T V -I 1 s ) - P I | ' ~ L —')I ----r-i- A - z 8~ __ u mf Let us, with zeal like theirs inspired, Strive in the Christian race; And, freed from every weight of sin, Their holy footsteps trace. p Behold a Witness nobler still, Who trod affliction's pathet Jesus, the Author, Finisher, Rewarder of our faith: p He, for the joy before Him set, And moved by pitying love, Endured the Cross, despised the shame, cr And now He reigns above. mf Thither, forgetting things behind, Press we, to God's right hand; There, with the Saviour and His saints, Triumphantly to stand. AMEN. J. Logan. * This Hymn may also be sung at other seasons.

Page  166 1 A4.. THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS. -.MANOAH. "He hath prepared for them a city." Bossini. _ _- -- - - a-I Mf —:-M-oe-r -~,_~_ s ~. - 96. Not to the ter-rors of the Lord, The temp-est, fire, and smoke; - -~'-~- -~-~ -— ~ — 'I — --- ~~I 10 AF I '''-? Not to the thunder of that word Which God on Si-nai spoke, A MEN. LLk e A- ~r. _-: ___ -: — ' I I -'-: I -F r mf But we are come to Sion's hill, mf Behold the bless'd assembly there The city of our God; Whose names are writ in heaven; Where milder words declare His will dim Hear God, the judge of all, declare And spread His love abroad. Their sins, through Christ, forgiven. f Behold th' innumerable host mf Angels, and living saints and dead, Of angels clothed in light: But one communion make: Behold the spirits of the just, All join in Christ, their living Head, Whose faith is changed to sight. And of His love partake. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709. "Behold, how good and joyful a thing it is, brethren, to dwell together in unity." Old Tune. rnf - 100. How vast must their ad - van-tage be, How great their pleas-ure prove, ____ __ - I IV- '94 t __ i ____ - t --- I f __ I -?"-lI — _: ZhIZ-l i; [:I: F[-Z — I 4-~_..a___...............I ~_........ Who live like brethren, and cnsent, In of - fi- ces of love! A- MEN. ~2 ~2Z7 / True love is like the precious oil, Which, poured on Aaron's head, Ran down his beard, and o'er his robes Its costly fragrance shed. mf 'Tis like refreshing dew, which does On Hermon's top distil; Or like the early drops that fall On Sion's favour'd hill. snf For Sion is the chosen seat Where the Almighty King The promised blessing has ordain'd, And life's eternal spring. AMEN. Psalm cxxxiii:

Page  167 THB COMMUNION OF SAINTS. 186. (FIBST TUNE.) P.M. CLOISTERS. "Their sound went into aZl the earth, and their words unto the ends of the worlZ J. Barnby. mf — 100. For the A - pos - tles' glo - rious com-pa-ny, Who, bear-ing mf - - forth the Cross o'er land and sea, Shook all the might - y - — T-_- d t --- - -- - - M __ - - -- world, we sing to Thee. A1 - le - lu - ia. A MEN. e 6.],? — f%_ mf For the Evangelists, by whose blest word, Like fourfold streams, the garden 6f the Lord Is fair and fruitful, be Thy Name adored. f Alleluia. p For Martyrs, who with rapture-kindled eye, Saw the bright crown descending fr6in the sky, And died to grasp it, (cr) Thee we gl6rify. f Alleluia. AMEN, Bishop W. W. How, 1867. (SECOND TUNE.) TROYTE, No. 2. This tune may also be ised for Hymn 187. A. H. D. Troyte. A - MEN. — t -....,

Page  168 THE COMSIUNION OF SAINTS. 187. SARUM. "We are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses." J Barnby, _ - I..... I f dJ-56. For all the Saints, who from their labours rest, Who Thee by _ - COO _s _ I0=t_ z4 —_ faith be-fore the world con - fess'd, Thy Name, 0 Je - sus, -i ' _ ' --— 7 _ —~ ~ - - — r: -, __ - ___ _ F fi- -_ — _ _E be for - ev - er bless'd, Al - le - lu - ia, Al -le - lu - ia, A-MEN. _ ____ | _.- i __ _-_ ____-a,_l f Thou wast their Rock, their Fortress and their Might; Thou, Lord, their Captain in the well-fought fight; Thou, in the darkness drear, the Light of light. Alleluia. f 0 may Thy soldiers, faithful, true, and bold, Fight as the Saints who nobly fought of old, And win, with them, the victor's crown of gold. Alleluia. mf 0 blest Communion, fellowship divine! We feebly struggle, they in glory shine; cr Yet all are one in Thee, for all are Thine. f Alleluia. p And when the strife is fierce, the warfare long, Steals on the ear the distant triumph-song, er And hearts are brave again, and arms are strong. f Alleluia. mf The golden evening brightens in the west; Soon, soon to faithful warriors comes the rest; p Sweet is the calm of Paradise the bless'd. f Alleluia. f But lo! there breaks a yet more glorious day; The saints triumphant rise in bright array; The King of Glory passes on His way. Alleluia. Jf From earth's wide bounds, from ocean's farthest coast, Through gates of pearl streams in the countless host, Singing to Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Alleluia. AMEN. Bishop W. W. How, 1867.

Page  169 THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS. 188L (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. ABRIDGE. "Of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named." Isaac Smith, 1770. mf I '=100. Come, let us join our friends a - bove That have obtained the prize, mf _, _- -L-_ ^1 X- t -Tj —7=^ And on. the ea-gle wings of love To joys,ce- les - tial rise. A- MN. mf Let all the saints terrestrial sing, p One army of the living God, With those to glory gone: To His command we bow; For all the servants of our King, Part of His host have cross'd the flood, In earth and heaven, are one. And part are crossing now. mf One family, we dwell in Him, pp Ten thousand to their endless home, One Church, above, beneath; This solemn moment fly; dim Though now divided by the stream, And we are to the margin come, p The narrow stream of death. And we expect to die. cr Then, Lord of Hosts, be Thou our Guide, And we, at Thy command, mf Through waves that part on either side, Shall reach Thy Blessed Land. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1759. (SECOND TUNE.) BEATITUDE. J. B. Dykes. = 100 Come, let us join our friends a - bove That have ob-tained the prize, -f --- -- ___ - '.. ~' ' - - -

Page  170 THE COMt MUNION OF SAINTIS. 1o9 1 (FIRST TUNE.) 8S. 7s.D. "And after this I beheld, and lo, a great multitude, which no man could number, of all nations and kindred and people and tongues, stood before the throne, and befe re the Lamb, clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands." SANCTUARr. J. B. Dykes. I r% I- -- J- I -I- i l J _ 1 = 1. I I __ -- -,- ---- -- ~=F._:_ ~ ~ ~ ~ 09_~ ~ _ _________I-~-.. --- —~-~ -~,_~~-~ -~ 7 --- —- - -. — - o- - - ---- " P —92 'Hark! th -=92. Hark! the sound of ho - ly voi - ces Chanting o'er the crys -tal sea, f,- _1 _I._ '.J_,_,. ___ -- I- *~ _ --- -.- I- T ---1 -'_ A - C- --. i- -. V i:-. r!Lfib2 2 __ - I - _ p f Iff Al - e - lu- ia, Al - e - ia, Al - le - lu- ia, Lord, to Thee; P 9 -- I, -.f t e -zcr Mul - ti - tude, which none can num-ber, Like the stars in glo - ry stands, PP C::P -2- f, rall. > > Clothed in white appar - el, holding Palms of vic - tory in their hands. A-MEN. 2 - P 'c_:_-:-x T -f - __:S I _8___ mf Patriarch, and Holy Prophet, Who prepared the way of Christ, King, Apostle, Saint, Confessor, Martyr and Evangelist, p Saintly Maiden, Godly Matron, cr Widows who have watched to prayer, f Joined in holy concert, singing To the Lord of all, are there. funis. Marching with Thy cross their banner, They have triumph'd, following Thee, the Captain of salvation, Thee, their Saviour and their King; har Gladly, Lord, with Thee they suffer'd; Gladly, Lord, with Thee they died; And by death (cr) to life immortal They were born and glorified. p They have come from tribulation, ff unis Now they reign in heavenly glory, And have wash'd their robes in blood, Now they walk in golden light, Wash'd them in the blood of Jesus; Now they drink, s from a river, er Tried they were, and firm they stood; Holy bliss and.nfinite: p Mock'd, imprison'd, stoned, tormented, har Love and peace they taste for ever, Sawn asunder, slain with sword, cr And all truth and knowledge see cr They have conquer'd death and Satan f In the beatific vision f By the might of Christ the Lord. Of the Blessed Trinity. AMEN. Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862.

Page  171 THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS. 189. (SECOND TUNE.) 8s. 78.D. MOULTRM "And after this I beheld, and lo, a great multitude, which no man could number, of all Gerard Cobb. nations and kindred and people and tongues, stood before the throne, and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands." | w otr-: ---T-a o _ I ~1- A -- 92. Hark! the sound of ho - ly voi - ces, Chant-lug o'er the crys - tal sea, I aa,_ -C - _ _ _ -- + ---_ T -1 — tf, b * f - ] - Al - le - lu ia, Al - le-lu -ia, Al - le-lu -ia, Lord, to Thee; /-, f.,,. _ __. _., I. I I I _.4 |_. ~ I i | -r | oi2 p ' cr ' I Mul - ti - tude,which none can num-ber, Like the stars in glo - ry stands, P- _ -—. e -- -'<: -- |- -_- _ — _ —;- I i_ —_, I,, —_ Clothed in white ap - par - el, hold-ing Palms of vie - tory in their hands. A-MENS. Itl-' -------------- - I ---\~3 — T —i --- —I —lj --- —j —~ ~ ----L-+~ ---t ---1q-4 --- —P g —^3 mf Patriarch, and Holy Prophet, and Holy Prophet, funis Marching with Thy cross their banner Who prepared thle way of Christ, They have triumph'd, following King, Apostle, Saint, Confessor, Saint, Confessor, Thee, the Captain of salvation, Martyr and Evangelist, Thee, their Saviour and their King; p Saintly Maiden, Godly Matron, har Gladly, Lord, with Thee they suffei'd cr Widows who have watched to prayer, Gladly, Lord, with Thee they died; f Joined in holy concert, singing And by death (er) to life immortal To the Lord of all, are there. They were bourn and glorified. p They have come from tribulation, ff unis Now they reign in heavenly glory, Artyd have wash'd their robes in blood, Now they walk in golden light, Wash'd them in the blood of Jesus; Now they drink, as from a river, er Tried they were, and firm they stood; Holy bliss and infinite: p Mock'd, imprison stoned, tormented, stoned, tormented, har Love and peace they taste for ever, Sawn asunder, slain with sword, cr And all truth and knowledge see cr They have conquer'd death and attan f In the beatific vision f Byrist the might of ChristOf the Lord. Of the Blessed Trinity. AMEN. Bi.shp Christopher Wordsworth, 1862 The following Hymns are suitable. 315. Blest be the tie that binds. 494. Who are these in bright array?

Page  172 ate ~ rtctl. 190. 78...AUST. G' lorious things are spoken of thee, 0 city of God." Haydn.,_! =88. Glorious things of thee are spo-ken, Zi - on, cit - y of our God; ____ *- -- - -- I - '- 1 — - ----- - -0_ — 5 - -l: -- --- l. —_ __ s.-r-. i,,, i iL He, whose word can-not be brok-en,Form'd thee for His own a - bode; Aa. -,2- - t ~ - I 7 _ --— e ---o -~- ~ — --- -- On the Rock of A - ges found-ed, What can shake thy sure re - pose? With sal - va-tion's walls surround-ed, Thou may'st smile at all thy foes. A-MEIV. ~ I -'- - -- mf See, the streams of living waters, Springing from eternal love, Well supply thy sons and daughters, And all fear of want remove; f Who can faint, while such a river Ever flows their thirst t' assuage? Grace, which like the Lord, the Giver, Never fails from age to age. mf Round each habitation hovering, See the cloud and fire appear, For a glory and a covering, Showing that the Lord is near. Blest inhabitants of Zion, Wash'd in the Redeemer's bloodl Jesus. whom their souls rely on, Makes them kings and priests to God. John Newton, 1779.

Page  173 THE CHURCH. 1931. SM. A Ll " Opray for the peace of Jerusalem; they shall prosper that love. thee.". t X! _ I, S. THOMAS. W. Tansur, 1768. I. N 76. I love Thy king - dom, Lord, The house of Thine a - bode, - -- --. --- — ~ -L -l- -_5L_ _ ~__ a; I ' '-, f - - -IP --- The Church our blest Re - deem-er saved With His own precious blood. A-MEr. f I love Thy Church, O God; Her sweet communion, solemn vows, Her walls before Thee stand, Her hymns of love and praise. Dear as the apple of Thine eyef Jesus, Thou Friend divine, And graven on Thy hand. Our Saviour and our King, mp For her my tears shall fall; Thy hand from every snare and foe For her my prayers ascend; Shall great deliverance bring. To her my cares and toils be given, f Sure as Thy truth shall last, Till toils and cares shall end. To Sion shall be given mf Beyond my highest joy The brightest glories earth can yield, I prize her heavenly ways, And brighter bliss of heaven. AMEN. Timothy Dwight. 1809. 192^ L.M. TRURO. "Awake; awake; put on thy strength, 0 Sion." Dr. Burney, 1814.,f-,, dT;. —'- _ - = 70. Tri - um-phant Si - on! lift thy head From dust, and darkness, and the dead: mf - - Thoughhumbledlong, awakeatlenthAndgirdtheewithThySavioursstrength. Though humbled long, awake at length,And girdthee with ThySaviour's strength.AMrEN. _ _ _. zz9 mf Put all thy beauteous garments on, And let thy excellence be known: Deck'd in the robes of righteousness, The world thy glories shall confess. mp No more shall -foes unclean ir vade, And fill thy hallow'd walls with dread, No more shall hell's insulting host Their victory and thy sorrows boast. f God from on high has heard thy prayer, His hand thy ruins shall repair: Nor will thy watchful Monarch cease To guard thee in eternal peace. AMEN. Philip Doddridge,

Page  174 THE CHURCH. 19&3 Six 8S. FOUNTAN ABm. "Very excellent things are spoken of thee, thou city of God." From "Orators, Hymns. _ — _ _ _ 94 God's ternm-pie crownsthe ho - lymount, The Lord there con - demf - -.,.,~ >"- -- 1. f._...t = -'scends to dwell: His Si - on's gates, in His ac-count, Our Is - rael's I-,- J -I- -- -a- -- - - X fair - est tents ex - eel: Yea, glo-rious things of thee we M- ~: ~ a X-, ---_ ---- - I _ —1 -- -— ~- i --- _-,: —I -_-= sing, 0 ci - ty of th'Al - mimrt - y King! A - MEN. mf Of honour'd Sion we aver, Illustrious throngs from her proceed; The Almighty shall establish her, And shall enrol her holy seed: Yea, for His people He shall count The children of His favour'd mount. mf He'll Sion find with numbers fill'd Who celebrate His matchless praise; Who, here in Alleluias skill'd, In heaven their harps and hymns shall raise: 0 Sion, seat of Israel's King, Be mine to drink thy living spring. AMEX. Psalm lxxxvii

Page  175 THE CH URCH. 194. Six 8s. " God is our hope and strength, a very present help in trouble." NEWCOuMo. H. Bond. I' F -AL,_ — X I, = T s-'-:^ —: -..-.f - --- r _ _ --- —,t: - _ 1 —; — 2v 20 9- i_ 7- '- 0 -- == 7t;5 I t - -- — 6'6' 106. God is our re - fuge in dis - tress, A pres - ent help when p -.-,9 -- - -- - 6 — ----. -. -,k ^~ g= cr I mf dan - gers press; In Him, un - daun - ted, we'll con - fide; Though I__ -4 - i __* - i -6'- -6' -I. cI -1- -6- --- - -f --- - _ -Coo earth were from her ce - tre tost, And mountains in the -|'-.__ o - 6'-b- 9 -'- _- I_, _ _. o -cean lost, Torn piece-meal by the roar - ing tide. A- MEN..-p-y-^ —^_- g TiL;3 ---,^, t 1-. a t- 44 _ _t, s. p A gentler stream with gladness still er The city of our Lord shall fill, The royal seat of God most high: God dwells in Sion, whose fair towers Shall mock th' assaults of earthly powers, While His Almighty aid is nigh. mf Submit to God's Almighty sway, For Him the heathen shall obey, And earth her sovereign Lord confess: The God of hosts conducts our arms, Our tower of refuge in alarms, As to our fathers in distress. AMEN. Psalm xlvi

Page  176 THE CHURCH. 195. s.M. n B S. THOMAS. W. Tansur, 176& " We which have believed do enter into rest." ""_ y ^,I_ 4 4mf - -2= =- --- ~ —r A=76. Like No - ah's wea - ry dove, That soar'd the earth a - round, m_'_~ a- i-........, - f I T -_ ' - '_ s -4 ~ But not a rest-ing -place a - bove The cheerless wa- ters found; A-MEN. ' _ -pp 0 cease, my wandering soul, mf There, safe thou shalt abide, On restless wing to roam; There, sweet shall be thy rest, All the wide world, to either pole, And every longing satisfied, Has not for thee a home. With full salvation blest. er Behold the Ark of God, dim And, when the waves of ire Behold the open door; Again the earth shall fill,' Hasten to gain that dear abode, er The Ark shall ride the sea of fire, And rove, my soul, no more. Then rest on Sion's hill. AMEN. W. A. MAuhlenberg, 1823. l96.a C.M. NOTTINGHAM. "The hill of Sion is a fair place, and the joy of the whole earth." J. Clarke. 6d'- =~ Im — A- G | 1 mf r K..V tt 88. The Lord, the on - ly God, is great,And great - ly to be praised In m. I - 1- _ LA —1 g -I_-.... - C_ I t —T -I"C -- L l1 -i- Tj- ^ -r A I F^I f-T-lf i 114- - 1 Si - on, on whose hap- py mount His sa-cred throne is raised. A - MEN. __ — _ - --- ---- mf In Sion we have seen perform'd A work that was foretold, In pledge that God, for times to come, His city will uphold. f Let Sion's mount with joy resound; Her daughters all be taught In songs His judgments to extol, Who this deliverance wrought. wtf Compass her walls in solemn pomp, Your eyes quite round her cast; ' I I. Count all her towers, and see if there You find one stone displaced. mf Her forts and palaces survey, Observe their order well, That to the ages yet to come His wonders you may tell. f This God is ours, and will be ours, Whilst we in Him confide; Who, as He has preserved us now, Till death will be our Guide. AMEN. Psalm xlviii.

Page  177 THE CHURCH. 197L ' (FIRST TUNE.) 69. 8s.. S. MIDRED. "That they alZ may be one." C. Steggall. L,= 94. One sole bap - tis -mal sign, One Lord, be - low, a * bove, ' ----- -9 - -- __ I __ _g_ _t_ z 6iZ ^ ___.. - --......... ' I.. I One faith, one hope di - vine, One on - ly watchword-Love; - o - __ _-, — From different temples though it rise, One song as - cend-eth to the skies. A - MEN. p Our Sacrifice is one, mf Head of Thy Church beneath, One Priest- before the Throne, The. catholic, the true, The slain (cr) the risen Son, On all her members breathe, Redeemer, Lord alone! [spring, Her broken frame renew! p And sighs from contrite hearts that Then shall Thy perfect will be done, Our chief, our choicest offering. When Christians love and live as one. George Bobinson, 1842. AMEN. (SECOND TUNE.) ZEBULON. L. Mason. | --- _- -- mf _ 94. One sole bap - tis - mal sign, One Lord, be -low, a - bove, ( d~ * ' One faith, one hope di - vine, One on - ly watchword-Love; I mf. -t- -_- _ _ _: -,-n~ ~-f-' IV-_4-~'....,,..~- -~i-~- - "-!: _t -,...,, 1 E I AF I I I — I __A _iL — I — r ' ---- ---L- -4 — From different temples thougk it rise, One song as-cend-eth to the skies. A-MEN. &- ii: I —J —I.-:,' i_

Page  178 198. P.M. THE CHURCH. "Christ is the Head of the Church." CAPUT. W. B. Gilbert. _' _ ' L ~ ' _ "-' — q ----t.: ' _ _ '_ a=104. Head of the hosts in glo - ryl We joy-ful - ly a- dore Thee, Thy mf Crcbe -lo Bldgitts oni-Where Ith r Church be - low, Blending with those on high-Where through the azure sky _L 4 _OV-I f Angels! archangels! glorious Guards of the Church victorious! Worship the Lamb! Crown Him with crowns of light, One of the Three by rightLove, majesty and mightThe great I AM! p Martyrs! whose mystic legions cr March o'er yon heavenly regions In triumph round: f Wave high your banners, wave! Your God, our Saviour, clave dim For death itself a grave, In hell profound f Saints I! in fair circles, casting Rich trophies everlasting At Jesus' feet, dim Amidst our rude alarms, We stretch forth suppliant arms, That we, too, safe from harms, In heaven may meet! mf Saviour! in glory beaming, With radiance brightly streaming, Enthroned in power, Grant, by Thy awful Name, That we through flood and flame The Gospel may proclaim, Till life's last hour. AMEN. Matthew Bridges, 1848.

Page  179 THE CHURCH. 199 (FiRST TUNE.) 8s. 6s. "Our feet shaZZ stand in thy gates, 0 Jerusalem." HABAKKUK. Ecwlard Hodqes 84. With joy shall I be hold the day That calls my mg___ _ ~ -e- -o-~-e will- ing soul a- way, To dwell a -mong the blest; For' - ~ / =a F ____ ~ ~ ZIZZNZ _ _ _ _ IF _ _-e ____ _ __ - 1 — T -ol! -- I 9- I I _,_r ---i i I I I I lo! my great Re - deem - er's power Un - folds the ev - er ____ -7 _ _~ _ f as- -ing door, And points me to His Rest. A- MEN. p Ev'n now, to my expecting eyes The h.,eaven-built towers of Salem rise; Their glory I survey; I view her mansions that contain The angel host, a beauteous train, And shine with cloudless day. cr Thither, from earth's remotest end, Lo! the redeein'd of God ascend, Borne on immortal wing; mf There, crown'd with everlasting joy, In ceaseless hymns their tongues employ, Before th' Almighty King. f Mother of cities! o'er thy head Bright peace, with healing wings outspread, For evermore shall dwell: Let me, blest seat! my name behold Among thy citizens euroll)d, And bid the world farewell. AmEx. James Merrick, 1763.

Page  180 THE CHURCH. 199, (SECOND TU;E,.) 8s. 6,3. "Our feet shall stand in thy gates, 0 Jerusalem.." L. Mson. _=:58. With joy shall I be-hold the day That calls my willing soul a - way, L =: z1 — d I: ---; ___ -b-1 To dwell a-mong the blest; For lo! my great Redeem-er's power - -f i t — --- o ---- - t..... ~_-==t Un-folds the ev-er last-ing door, And points me to His Rest. A -MEN., —~\?_-: — -\ _-_., b.^p. _- ^ 1 -2 L p Ev'n now, to my expecting eyes The heaven-built towers of Salem rise; Their glory I survey; I view her mansions that contain The angel host, a beauteous train, And shine with cloudless day. cr Thither, from earth's remotest end, Lo! the redeem'd of God ascend, Borne on immortal wing; mf There, crown'd with everlasting joy, In ceaseless hymns their tongues employ, Before th' Almighty King. f Mother of cities! o'er thy head Bright peace, with healing wings outspread,. For evermore shall dwell: Let me, blest seat! my name behold Among thy citizens enroll'd, And bid the world farewell. AMEN. James Merrick, 1763.

Page  181 THE CHURCH 200U (FIRST TUNE.) 7.. D. M&I STON. I "0 how amiable are Thy dwellings, Thou Lord of hosts." W. B. Ailbert. Mf[~mf ~r~= -~ - - - "' '? -- = 100. Pleasant are Thy courts a - bove, In the land of light and love; ----- UP - i - a _... Pleas-ant are Thy courts be - low, In this land of sin and woe. P -_2 f __ -_____ _ _ i _.... -= ^i-hZ-% -- V cr 0, my spir - it longs and faints For the con-verse of Thy saints, cr.. I ---.,..-, 5 I_ Of __m __ ___-_ ___ _For the brightness of Thy face, King of Glo " ry, God of grace! A - MEN. Round Thy altars, 0 Most High! p Ever in this vale of woe; p Happier souls, that find a rest, cr Waters in the desert rise, In a Heavenly Father's breast! Manna feeds them from the skies; Like the wandering dove, that found f On they go from strength to strength, No repose on earth around, Till they reach Thy throne at length; cr They can to their ark repair, p At Thy feet adoring fall, And enjoy it ever there. mf Who hast led them safe through all. p Lord, be mine this prize to win; Guide me through a world of sin, Keep me by Thy saving grace, Give me at Thy side a place; mf Sun and shield alike Thou art, Guide and guard my erring heart; f Grace and glory flow from Thee, dim Shower, 0 shower them, Lord, on me. AMEN. Henry F. Lyte, 1834.

Page  182 THE CHURCH. 2004O (SECOND TUNE.) 7s. D. "0 how amiable are Thy dwellings, Thou Lord of hosts." S. GEORGE'S, WINDSOE G. J. Elvey. * 4 -j= 100. Pleas- ant are Thy courts a- bove, In the land of light and love; FvPleas-ant are Thy courts be - low, In this land of sin and woe. p ' / — - I | ': r-_ _ _ --.......... -- ' ' L I ' t - f-! '-l l - 0, my spir - it Ion an faints and faints For the converse of Thy saints, cr I-. ______ —_.. —o i -- For the brightness of Thy face, King of Glo - ry, God of grace! A-MEN. ~, ' ' I,,: - I - - - I - -: -:.: mf Happy birds that sing and fly Round Thy altars, 0 Most High! p Happier souls, that find a rest, In a Heavenly Father's breast! Like the wandering dove, that found No repose on earth around, cr They can to their ark repair, And enjoy it ever there. mf p cr f p mf Happy souls! their praises flow, Ever in this vale of woe; Waters in the desert rise, Manna feeds them from the skies; On they go from strength to strength, Till they reach Thy throne at length; At Thy feet adoring fall, Who hast led them safe through all. p Lord, be mine this prize to win; Guide me through a world of sin, Keep me by Thy saving grace, Give me at Thy side a place; mf Sun and shield alike Thou art, Guide and guard my erring heart; f Grace and glory flow from Thee, dim Shower, 0 shower them, Lord, on me. AMEN. Henry F. Lyte, 1834.

Page  183 THE CHURCB. 201, Six 8S. SURREY. "Under the shadow of Thy winds shall be my refuge." Henry Carey. 1730. -a ----88. Forth from the dark and storm - y sky, Lord, to Thine mf.- I ___, __ — ___ __i_ LrI -_ - -1 --- _ i=:L --- - _-.. — ----- I - - — 4 r. - Z al - tar's shade we fly; Forth from the world, its hope and fear, dim. Ij p Sav - iour, we seek Thy shel terhere: Wea - ry and weak, Thy dim 7 -T'. i —n dob,.n.... _o,. ',"). -..., grace we pray; Turn not, O Lord! Thy guests a - way. A-MEN p Long have we roamed in want and pain, Long have we sought Thy rest in vain; Wildered in doubt, in darkness lost, Long have our souls been tempest-tost; pp Low at Thy feet our sins we lay; Turn not, O Lord! Thy guests away. AMEX. Bishop R. Heber, 1827.

Page  184 THE CHURCH. 202 7s.D. Dr. S. y. Dr. S. S. Wesley. "Jesus Christ Himself being the chief Corner-stone." mf [....... J-96. The Church's one foun - da - tion Is Je -sus Christ her Lord; __ _ __z___zZ__z ^..... 3 = — - --— _- -- She is His new ere - a - tion By wa - ter and the word:. I 1 From heaven He came and sought her To be His ho - ly bride; __, — _- __ - - - iz — r~- --— l_ -zn ----..i 'A_ — _ __:1 [Et-r — -r-ad- -3-p- ---- --- -_- -_- "_- -_With His own blood He bought her, And for her life He died. A-MEN. ai — 7-~ — - - ~ -- - — ~'- ~ — mf Elect from every nation, Yet one o'er all the earth, Her charter of salvation One Lord, one faith, one birth; One Holy Name she blesses, Partakes one holy food, And to one hope she presses, With every grace endued. p Though with a scornful wonder Men see her sore opprest, By schisms rent asunder, By heresies distrest; er Yet Saints their watch are keeping, Their cry goes up, " How long?" -f And soon the niiht of weeping e.r Shall be the morn of song. mnf 'Mid toil and tribulation, And tumult of her war, She waits the consummation p Of peace for evermore; cr Till with the vision glorious Her longing eyes are blest, f And the great Church victorious dim Shall be the Church at rest. mf Yet she on earth hath union With God the Three in One, And mystic sweet communion With those whose rest is won: f 0 happy ones and holy! p Lord, give us grace that we Like them, the meek and lowly, cr On high may dwell with Thee. AMEN. S. J. Stone, 1866.

Page  185 ft Botl Qoflfnt wO. 203C C.M. BEDFORD. " Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdo,. Wheall, 169 and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing." ==88.Thou, God, all glo - ry, hon-our, power Art wor - thy to re - ceive; mf dt -- Since all things by Thy pow'r were made, And by Thy boun - ty live. A-MEr. mf And worthy is the Lamb all power, From every nation, every coast, Honour, and wealth to gain, By Thy most precious blood. Glory and strength; who for our sins A Sacrifice was slain. mf Blessing and honour, glory, power, By all in earth and heaver, p All worthy Thou, who hast redeem'd To Him that sits upon the Throne, And ransom'd us to God, And to the Lamb, be given. AMEN. John Patrick, 1692. 204. L.M. HEBRON. "Jesus Christ, who gave Himselffor our sins." L. Masoy, 1830. * -. -. -. | E —.-rg-.- -m — -O_ _^ ---a, mf = 54. To Je-sus, our ex - alt-ed Lord, That Name in heaven and earth a - dored,:mf: --- -— a --- —g - - ^ __ -__G_ _. E! -|= -^ — - I -#=p p-r Fain would our hearts and voices raise A cheerful song of sacred praise. A - MEN. ____- -.-.. _= -- - -- - t — I~'- ":'= -~= r= mf But all the notes which mortals know cr 0 let our warm affections move Are weak, and languishing, and low; In glad returns of grateful love. Far, far above our humble songs, The theme demands immortal tongues. mf Yes, Lord, we love, and we adore, But long to know and love Thee more: p Yet whilst around His board we meet, And, whilst we take the bread and wine, And worship at His sacred feet, Desire to feed on joys divine. AMEN. Anne Steele, 1760.

Page  186 THE HOLY COMMUNION. 205| (FST TUNE.) L.M. ROCKTNGHAM. "Come, for all things are now ready." W. Miller. = 88. My God, and is Thy ta-ble spread, And does Thy cup with love o'er-flow? - I Thith-er be all Thy children led, And let them Thy sweet mercies know. A - MEN. X — _ 1. |_ h -~_g1 -? —p '_- _3 _. mf Hail sacred feast, which Jesus makes, mf O let Thy table honour'd be, Rich banquet of His flesh and blood: And furnish'd well with joyful guests: cr Thrice happy he who here partakes And may each soul salvation see, That sacred stream, that heavenly food. That here its holy pledges tastes. mf Why are its bounties all in vain mf Drawn by Thy quickening grace, O Lord, Before unwilling hearts display'd? In countless numbers let them come, Was not for you the victim slain? And gather from their Father's board Are you forbid the children's bre ad? The bread that lives beyond the tomb. mf Nor let Thy spreading Gospel rest, Till through the world Thy truth has run; Till with this bread all men be blest, Who see the light or feel the sun. AMEN. Philip Doddridge. (SECOND TmE.) F.. RAOl Ser.!=63. My God,and is Thy ta - ble spread, And does Thy cup with love o'er-flow? _ - -- P- -- >- asF -.- F:-. -a-.-.- -.- - ~-g Thith-er be all Thy children led, And let them Thysweet mercies know. A-MEN. ---- | - 9 f- - I e — t i^ ~ ^ ___, — ~

Page  187 THE HOLY COMMUNION. 206 C.M. "We will go into His tabernacles; we will worship at Hisfootstool." DUNDEE. Scotch Psalter.:_9 — t- 7. __ I I __ =d i J 0- -4-1 —,-4-o 5=...~ --- ——, --- —^ ----~ —<S ---~ ---,?* -~, —^ ---^-" ---C.-< —^ ---^-^-_.L —1 —,:.J; — ' p-h-' ~" " -<-r -d- ~,-': di 88. And are we now brought near to God, Who once at distance stood? t-2-" a' - ~- tL-m And, to ef - feet this glo-rious change,Did Je - sus shed His blood? A-MEN. mf 0 for a song of ardent praise, 0 may that love which spread this board, To bear our souls above! Inspire us while we sing: What should allay our lively hope, Or damp our flaming love? f "Glory to God in highest strains, And to the earth be peace; mf Then let us join the heavenly choirs, Good-will from heaven to men is come, To praise our heavenly King: And let it never cease." AMEN. Philip Doddridge. 2 7. P.M. EUCHARISTIC HYMN. "'Jesus said unto them, I am the Bread of Life." J. S. B. Hodges. I ei~ t T d T T1'uK4 ----i-I ---_'1i_ -.... M f \. 76. Bread of the world, in mer - cy brok - en,Wine of the soul, in mer - cy shod, l — ~f - ' r-I _ _ I_,_-~-.._ --- ~v- — _ -- _- _ ^,, - - _... i~ -I —z-^zp- z = —~- ---— 4r=c~ —_-: ---7_'d-~E i^^E^E^::^:^fE-4-^^^ -. - By whom the words of life were spoken,And in whose death our sins are dead;A-MEN. I f -, J p I_ -: -" p Look on the heart by sorrow broken, Look on the tears by sinners shed; er And be Thy feast to us the token That by Thy grace our souls are fed, AMEN. Bishop R. Heber. 1827.

Page  188 THE HOLY COMMUNION. 208. C.M. BRISTOL "To Him be glory and dominion." Edward Hodges. = 90. Come, let us join our cheerful songs With an -gels round the throne, KM- I I _ F Ten thousand thousand are their tongues,But all their joys are one. A - MEN. f " Worthy the Lamb that died," they cry, f Let all that dwell above the sky, " To be exalted thus: " And air, and earth, and seas, " Worthy the Lamb," our lips reply, Conspire to lift Thy glories high, p For He was slain for us. And speak Thine endless praise I mf Jesus is worthy to receive f The whole creation join in one, Honour and power divine: To bless the sacred Name cr And blessings more than we can give, Of Him that sits upon the throne, Be, Lord, for ever Thine. And to adore the Lamb. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709. 209. Six 7s. ROSEFIELD. " Whoso eateth My Flesh and drinketh My Blood hath eternal life." Dr. Malan, 1836. mf- * - 76 Bread of heaven, on Thee we feed, For Thy Flesh is meat in-deed: * * Ev - er may our souls be fed With this true and liv - ing bread;; m.f. - Day by day with strength supplied,Through the life of Him who died. A - MEN. cr, dim. "* t mf Vine of heaven, Thy Blood supplies This blest cup of sacrifice; p Lord, Thy wounds our healing give, To Thy Cross we look and live: cr Jesus, may we ever be idrafted, rooted, built in Thee. AMEN. Josiah Conder, 1824.

Page  189 THE HOLY COMMUNION. 210. (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. "I am that Bread of Life." i j-rI-T zu I --- S. AGNES. J. B. Dykes. 4T \ - I I _7~~- ~ t u-~ $: F1 7 ^ - -- v -— <| -V 1^ sr^,1 — 88. Shepherd of souls, re - fresh and bless Thy cho - sen pil-grim Lock, mf 0i -- - - - I- -- - i T —. I~rzzir1 z-rznizrzzzrz L __ 7- TI - I a Wt I -ma - nainthw e - t I te rk A - With man - na in the wil - der-ness, With wa - ter from the rock. A - EINT.... _! _ I p Hungry and thirsty, faint and weak, mf Be known to us in breaking bread, As Thou when here below, But do not then depart; Our souls the joys celestial seek dim Saviour, abide with us, and spread Which from Thy sorrows flow. Thy table in our heart. mf We would not live by bread alone, p Lord, sup with us in love divine; But by that word of grace, Thy Body and Thy Blood, In strength of which we travel on cr That living bread, that heavenly wine, To our abiding place. Be our immortal food. AMEN. Moravian. (SECOND TUNE.) HOWELL. mf " i - — 88. Shepherd of souls, re - fresh and bless Thy cho-sen pil-grim flock, Wit man r -n a, w-te f o t h r A-. n I h wI ntr fI rm t m With man- na in the wil-der - ness, With wa-ter from the rock. A-MER. t -I_a, /e P

Page  190 211. (FIRST TUNE.) C. -.. THE HOLY COMMUNION. "This do in remembrance of Me." FAITH. J. B. Dykie.. I I g -TT= = J I i - -,U I IIq=H & -S V, - - 2V__ _-t 9- - - - - - 3^0 - - 1. 1=76. Ac - cord-ing to Thy gra-cious word, In meek hu - mil - i - ty, - P 1 _-_ _ __-._ - - -]_ — la —.7 —. - -.... I --- F.i -" I -' I IL.. I ^ g) p=) i I=1HIg — = l "-, I I - I' This will I do, my dy - ing Lord, I will re-mem-ber Thee. A-MES. g —_ ----~-~., "~ ~ I I _-s ---7... m. -g=L-~ --- ~:!-~-<-:~'- -- p Thy body, broken for my sake, My bread from heaven shall be; cr Thy sacramental cup I take, And thus remember Thee. p Can I Gethsemane forget, Or there Thy conflict see, Thine agony and bloody sweat, And not remember Thee? pp When to the Cross I turn mine eyes, And rest on Calvary, (SECOND TUNE.) cr 0 Lamb of God, my Sacrifice, I must remember Thee. mf Remember Thee, and all Thy pains, And all Thy love to me; Yes, while a breath, a pulse remains, Will I remember Thee. p And when these failing lips grow dumb, And mind and memory flee, cr When Thou shalt in Thy kingdom come, dim Jesus, remember me. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1825. AzMON. L. Mason. p-5- -~ --- - --.__ =56. Ac - cord-ing to Thy gracious word, In meek hu-mil i - ty,,_-__ Hi =Z __ _ _l _ This will I do, my dy - ing Lord, I will re - mem-ber Thee. A-MEN. I-',,, i" _-__L I - - -! - ' I1 -— T-r- - I — I I - ~t --- —- --- —. c 80. Behold the' 396. For ever hei 74. Glory be to 521. Hark! my s 393. Jesus, Love The following Hymns are suitable for this Office: Lamb of God. 455. Jesus, the very thought of Thee. re my rest shall be. 392. Just as I am, without one plea. Jesus. 464. The King of love my Shepherd is. oul, it is the Lord. 461. Thee will I love, my strength, my tower,,r of my soul. 459. Thou, whom my soul admires above.

Page  191 Rolff ~aptifm. BAPTISM OF INFANTS. 21 S.M. A. NHO. "Suffer little children to come unto Me, and forbid them not." Dr. Nares. -= 90. The gen - tie Sav - iour calls Our chil-dren to His breast; He a- '-. _....__- i -II —i_ — mf. —: I -~- -~- 9 - _ i — - -_ folds them in His gra - cious arms, Him - self declares them blest. A - MEN. e2 _ —;I-I _ ~. - - be #nf "Let them approach," He cries, mf Gladly we bring them, Lord, "Nor scorn their humble claim; Devoting them to Thee, The heirs of heaven are such as these, Imploring that, as we are Thine, For such as these I came." Thine may our offspring be. AMEN. Philip Doddridge. 213, 8S. 7S. BROCKLESBURY. "Be took theft up in His arms, put His hands upon them, and blessed them" Claribel. [ =80. Sav-iour, who Thy flock art feed - ing, With the shepherd's kind-est care, mfy I - J_____ ' — ' - J — - g- ', I? " " All the fee-ble gen - tly lead-ing, While the lambs Thy bo - som share; A-MJN. Am/ Now these little ones receiving, Let Thy tenderness, so loving, Fold them in Thy gracious arm; Keep them all life's dangerous way. There, we know, Thy word believing, Only there secure from harm! mf Then, within, Thy fold eternal, Let them find a resting-place; wf Never from Thy pasture roving, Feed in pastures ever vernal, Let them be the lion's prey; Drink the rivers of Thy grace. AMEN. W. A. Muhlenberg, 1826.

Page  192 HOLY BAPTISM. a; 14, e.M. S. STEPHEN. "That he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier." W. Jones, 1789. d m 'L - TV G - | Mf = 92. In to - ken that thou shalt not fear Christ cru - ci - fled to own, I ~ ~ l I -- J I — l - -- We print the cross up-on thee here, And stamp thee His a - lone. A-MEN. mf In token that thou shalt not blush Endure the cross, despise the shame, To glory in His Name, cr And sit thee down on high; We blazon here upon thy front His glory (dim) and His shame. mf Thus outwardly and visibly We seal thee for His own; mf In token that thou too shalt tread And may the brow that wears His cross The path He travell'd by, cr Hereafter share His crown. AMEN. Dean H. Alford, 1832. 215. BAPTISM OF A YOUNG PERSON. iL^. C.M. ARLINGTON "Remember thy Creator in the days of thy youth." Dr. Arne. -. —:' I _ -76. o, in the morn of life,when youth With vi - tal ar - dour glows, ink:- -PI — ' And shines in all the fair- est charms That beauty can dis - close; A-MEN. mf Deep in thy soul, before its powers p Ere yet thy heart the woes of age, Are yet by vice enslaved, With vain regret, deplore, Be thy Creator's glorious Name And sadly muse on former joys, And character engraved: That now return no more. mp Ere yet the shades of sorrow cloud mf True wisdom, early sought and gair'd, The sunshine of thy days; In age will give thee rest: And cares and toils, in endless round, O then improve the morn of life, Encompass all thy ways; To make its evening blest. AMEN. John Logan,

Page  193 HOLY BAPTISM. 216 S.M. BAPTISM OF ADULTS. * SM. "/l SILVER STREET. "Be strong in the Lord, and in the power of His might.' Isaac Smith.. n I Il I_ xT ---_.I i - L.: ~. i7 -^-| j I t -^ |<X [eart- jStT -. 7....,=-88. Sol-diers of Christ, a - rise, And put your ar-mour on;.- -4 -^- -- g n-,b T -I =I H T I -I II;. _@ q — Strong in the strength which God supplies, Thro' His e - ter - nal Son. A-MEN. f Strong in the Lord of hosts, mf And take, to arm you for the fight, And in His mighty power; The panoply of God; p Who in the strength of Jesus trusts, cr Is more than conqueror. nf That having all things done, And all your conflicts past, f Stand then in His great might, cr Ye may behold your victory won, With all His strength endued; And stand complete at last. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1740. 217* C.M. S. ANN. "Kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation." Denby, 1686. -44,':-88. My God, Thy cov - e - nant of love A - bides for ev - er sure; I~ '- s -o - -*j - - / -o- -- And in its matchless grace I feel My hap - pi - ness se - cure. A-MEN. I - - --, mf Since Thou, the everlasting God, dim And when I know not what Thou dost, My Father art become, I wait the light above. Jesus, my Guardian and my Friend, And Heaven my final home,- mf Thy covenant in darkest gloom Shall heavenly rays impart, mf I welcome all Thy sovereign will, dim Which, when my eyelids close in death, For all that will is love; Shall warm my chilling heart. AMEN Philip Doddridge. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  194 HOLY BAPTISM. 218. (FIRST TUNE.) L.M. "I am not ashamedl, ~for I know wh~zom I have believed." FEDERAL STREET. H. K. Otver. Mf =63. Je - sus,and shall it ev - er be, A mortal man ashamed of Thee? _ _ _ I_ 4gp "-t tTl —7 r;-)I_(_~__ ----l-i=~~I=II_= 0v.- to -- Ashamed of Thee,whom angels praise,Whose glories shine thro'endless days P A-MEN. -59- -&-9- 'a 'a - -e9- - - I i-!- I - -C.0 p Ashamed of Jesus! (cr) sooner far p Ashamed of Jesus! (cr) that dear Friend Let night disown each radiant star; On whom my hopes of heaven depend? 'Tis midnight with my soul, till He, No; when I blush, be this my shame, Bright Morning Star, bid darkness flee. That I no more revere His Name. p Ashamed of Jesus! (cr) 0 as soon p Ashamed of Jesus! empty pride; Let morning blush to own the sun; cr I'll boast a Saviour crucified; He sheds the beams of light divine, dim And 0 may this my portion be, O'er this benighted soul of mine. My Saviour not ashamed of me. AMES Joseph Grigg, 1735. (SECOND TUNE.) RUsSLA. Bortnianski. r_- &W I -- CO 88. Je - sus, and shall it ev - er be, A mor - tal man ashamed of Thee? mf ___ _ -. - — _-_ --- - --. ---I - '.-C. - - - CWW QO I CIO Ashamed of Thee,whom angels praise,Whose glories shine thro'endless days? A-irm. i -_- 7- - - -. g * This,Hymn may also be ntng on other occasion&

Page  195 21.a 7s. 6s. D. ME,. WITH CHORUS. Mehu "Jesus saith, Have ye never read, Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings Thou hast perfected praise." vI IF - I It I - mf 1-=96. When, His sal- va-tion bring-ing, To Zi - on Je-sus came, -M -- = - 4- -g- - ' _-o=__ —g,=. -= --- - — _ _ _= —~-F4 _=. The chil-dren all stood sing - ing Ho - san - na to His Name; -- _ _ _ — _ __ J: tP= -- -^: g?:^ I=-L — - __-:- __-.i- --- _._J-_ ____ --- -_ I cr Nor did their zeal of - fend Him, But as He rode a - long, cr -#9- d _- — y-, a __ ___e +,. _ I' _-,,___ — - _ ----_ He let them still at - tend Him,And smiled to heartheir song..... I....1 -s ~- --.-.. _ -- --- ---- - - — 4-. I -._ _ _ ___ f Ho - san- na, Ho - sa- na to Je - sus they sang. A - MEN..s - I -.-t-....- -- __ -A- — a=F~fe2 1 --— L — t i = a s —~ F v _ '_ __ ---— _ mf And since the Lord retaineth mp For should we fail proclaiming His love to children still, Our great Redeemer's praise, Though now as King He reigneth The stones, our silence shaming, On Zion's heavenly hill; Might well Hosannas raise. We'll flock around His banner, cr But shall we only render Who sits upon the Throne, The tribute of our words? cr And cry aloud Hosanna No; while our hearts are tender, To David's royal Son. They too shall be the Lord's. f Hosanna to Jesus we'll sing. r Hosanna to Jesus, our King. AtEN Joshua Kijng, 1830.

Page  196 CATECHISM-CHIILDREN'S HYMNS. s.. NUREMBERG "Sing unto the Lord, and praise His Name." German. mf =-90. Glo-ry to the Fa - ther give, God in whom we move and live: mJ I I C_ d _ _ __ --— _- ---.._- - -- I m — ' ^ J-: -- - -~- ' P ~ -—: --- -:. Children's prayers He deigns to hear, Children's songs de-light His ear. A-MEN. w —.-chit-S-.a —w ~ 1 --- — - -I. —~~-x mya Glory to the Son we bring, Children's minds may He inspire, Christ our Prophet, Priest and King: Touch their tongues with holy fire. Children, raise your sweetest strain To the Lamb, for He was slain. f Glory in the highest be To the Blessed Trinity, nmf Glory to the Holy Ghost, For the Gospel from above, He reclaims the sinner lost; For the word that " God is love." AMEN. James Montgomery, 1825., o.. SAWLEY. "Blessed are they that keep His testimonies and seek Him with their whole heart." Pigou. mf O, r,1,'=80. How bless'd are they who al - ways keep The pure and per- fect way; mf - - 1- -. — = g-L- m As I I --- Org. 'i rW- ii &: Am. '11 Who nlev - er from the sa - cred paths Of God's commandments stray! A-MENm.., ~ - - - __ Org. m' How bless'd, who to His righteous laws mf Thou strictly has enjoin'd us, Lord, Have still obedient been; To learn Thy sacred will; And have with fervent, humble zeal And all our diligence employ His favour sought to win! Thy statutes to fulfil. mf Such men their ucmost caution use mf 0 then that Thy most holy will To shun each wicked deed; Might o'er my ways preside; But in the path which He directs And I the course of all my life With constant care proceed. By Thy direction guide! AMEN. Psalm cxix.

Page  197 CATECHISM-CHILDREN'S HYMNS. 4<; C.M. BALERMA. "'Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace." Old Tune. m!-=100. 0 hap - py is the man who bears Re - lig - ion's warn - ing voice, )^^ ^4 ~I e1fT==g=}' -c — a 1C I- J I — T --- -- -— 1- ---- - -- * ---.... And who ce - les - tial wis-dom makes His ear - ly, on -ly choice. A-MEN. O_ - __ iF___ EE P,,^T- -Tk4 —"L^ — -g —^T^"Jl --- _^ --- mf For she has treasures greater far Than east or west unfold; More precious are her bright rewards Than gems, or stores of gold. mf Her right hand offers to the just Immortal, happy days; Her left, imperishable wealth And heavenly crowns displays. mf And, as her holy labours rise, So her rewards increase; Her ways are ways of pleasantness, And all her paths are peace. AMEN. Michael Bruce. a23i 8s. 7s. HOLY CHILD. "That signs and wonders may be done by the name of the holy From "S. Alban's Tune Book.'" Child Jesus." QJ m f 5 7 me t 6 s, — c^ - "19 - - =-92. What a strange and wondrous sto - ry From the Book of God is read!'-f - i" i...... -v | |-I dim ky i % ' - _:i? ' -|, -'How the Lord of life and glo - ry, Had not where to lay His head.- A-MEN. i -dim | ___ - I I- i1_ -: —:1f' —~-' —~-, ---F --- —y —~-'S. ---- "~-,-s —: —3% —ry --- — -r::z::t-:r -— di p How He left His throne in heaven, Here to suffer, bleed, and die, That my soul might be forgiven, And ascend to God on high! mf Father! let Thy Holy Spirit Still reveal a Saviour's love. And prepare me to inherit Glory where He reigns above; There, with saints and angels dwelling, May I that great love proclaim, And with them be ever telling All the wonders of His Name. AMEN Anonymous.

Page  198 224, C.M. CATECHISM-CHILDREV'S HYMNS. SILOAM. "The child grew and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom; From "S. Alban's Tune-Book.m and the grace of God was upon Him." I$X - - I, — s it 0 Bcoz - - a- -- - a e a k =104. By cool Si - lo - am's sha - dy rill How fair the lil - y grows! enf I j 1 -,2 D -- - A- -, JLL How sweet the breath,beneath the hill, Of Sha - ron's dew - y rose! A - MEN. mf Lo! such the child, whose early feet The paths of peace have trod, Whose secret heart, with influence sweet, Is upward drawn to God. mf By cool Siloam's shady rill din The lily must decay; The rose that blooms beneath the hill P Must shortly fade away. p And soon, too soon, the wintry hour Of man's maturer age Will shake the soul with sorrow's power, And stormy passion's rage. mf O Thou, whose infant feet were found Within Thy Father's shrine, Whose years, with changeless virtue crown'd, Were all alike divine: cr Dependent on Thy bounteous breath, We seek Thy grace alone, dim In childhood, manhood, age, and death, To keep us still Thine own. AMEN. Bishop Reginald Heber, 1812. 225 * 6s. 5s. (FIRST TUNE.) 4 s r*.f e h...a- 7i..- ~ 11tt~D r- WELDER MERRIAL../ }D ]7?. V.VlGtu VVvv wo-vvv- wo CCl,V y~t~' ov-c <vbCo j, v,,*,,,.vvo.,..a..~,v>. MP P I - ___ -__~_~ q_ ____ ~100. Je - sus, meek and gen - tle, Son of God Most High, IpK- ~: A-x 9 ~'d _2 " ~M,.Ah. ~ J Plty-rag, Icy - ing Say - tour, Hear Thy children's cr. A-MENr..-~- - --- --- — l- ~ I ~ ~ ~, -I Lx~zzz & Pity -ing, lyov ing Say! our, Hear Thy children's c A - mEi. a 1.- - - =. -1 1 - m ;p - IT+t,... - I - -9 --ff - I ---- -- I -., _ _ _ mnp Pardon our offences, Loose our captive chains, Break down every idol Which our soul detains. mp Give us holy freedom, Fill our hearts with love; Draw us, holy Jesus, To the realms above. cr Lead us on ourjourney, Be Thyself the way Through terrestrial darkness To celestial day. inp Jesus, meek and gentle, Son of God Most High, Pitying, loving Saviour, Hear Thy children's cry. AMEN. George B. Prynne, 1856. t* his fymn may also be seng on other occacszons.

Page  199 CATECHISM-CHILDREN'S HYMNS. 225, 6S. 5S. (SECOND TUNE.) GUIDANCE. "Little children, keep yourselves from idols." J. Barnaby. l ) -I -~ -_ - _ — I = 92. Je - sus, meek and gen - tle, Son of God Most High, p ' — --,- -__ - -- _ -- -- ----- -- - Pity - ing, lov - ing Sav - our, Hear Thy chil-dren's cry. A - MEN. -_ __ —:== _: ' '_ _ _ _- = _ _-_-___7= __~_ __....~:-FF —. -- _ -._.. Pity- ing, lov - ing Saviour, Hear Thy c hil - dren's cry. mp Pardon our offences, cr Lead us on our journey, Loose our captive chains, Be Thyself the way Break down every idol Through terrestrial darkness Which our soul detains. To celestial day. mp Give us holy freedom, mp Jesus, meek and gentle, Fill our hearts with love; Son of God Most High, Draw us, holy Jesus, Pitying, loving Saviour, To the realms above. Hear Thy children's cry. AMEN. George R. Prynne, 1856. (THIRD TUNE.) FULSTOW. T. R. Matthews. __ __ ---__2_ — z d__ ~ = 92. Je - sus, meek and gen - tie, Son of God Most High, mp w f - - -- -- g - ^ T^ —6 - F_ ^ -f -^ - ^ - ^ - ^ " ": ): ~ _:_ 1 —@=-@..._ _Pity-ing, lov - ing Sav - iour, Hear Thy chil-dren's cry. A - MEN. " --- —-~ —T --- ---- - * 71is Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  200 CATECHISM-CIULDREN'S HYMNS 226S. P.M.OSSLY "Of such is the kingdom of God.' C. R. Cuff. mf 3-t '- 3. — 96. I think when I read that sweet sto - ry of old, When | — _ I d 2- -r2- - l ' — 3- ' I g- — i ' i' L. -:-1 — - Je - sus was here a - mong men, How He call'd lit - tie chil-dren as -__ I -.... ___ 6__3 — ~, -1 -mf I wish that His hands had been placed on my head, That his arm had been thrown around me, And that I might have seen His kind look when He said, Let the little ones come unto Me. mf Yet still to His footstool in prayer I may go, And ask for a share in His love: And if I thus earnestly seek Him below, I shall see Him and hear Him above. mf In that beautiful place He has gone to prepare For all who are washed and forgiven; And many dear children shall be with Him there, For of such is the kingdom of heaven. p But thousands and thousands who wander and fall, Never heard of that heavenly home; cr I wish they could know there is room for them all, And that Jesus has bid them to come. AMEN. Jemima Luke, 1841.

Page  201 CATECHISM-CHILDREN'S HYMNS. 227 8s. 7s. 4. S. COLUMBANUS. "Other fell into good ground, and brought forth fruit." Walter Newport, 1868 -L - 92. In the vineyard of our Father Daily work we find to do;Scatter'd gleanings we may gather, - -2- -- l -it- M c e I t-h g -- 1 - -1,. rl___i ~_q-,q-! r6, Though we are but young and few;Lit-tle clusters, it - tie clusters Help to il the garners too. A-mES. I rMfrfs 1I F I1 mf Toiling early in the morning, mf Catching moments through the day, p Nothing small or lowly scorning cr While we work, and watch, and pray; Gathering gladly Free-will offerings by the way. mf Not for selfish praise or glory, f Not for objects nothing worth, But to send the blessed story Of the Gospel o'er the earth, Telling mortals Of our Lord and Saviour's birth. 228, L.M. "Write them upon the tab _! e I I I I Up and ever at our calling, Till in death our lips are dumb, Or till-sin's dominion fallingChrist shall in His kingdom come, And His children Reach their everlasting home. Steadfast, then, in our endeavour Heavenly Father, may we be; And for ever, and for ever, We will give the praise to Thee' Alleluia! Singing, all eternity. AMEN. Anonymous. S. IGNATIUS. >le of thine heart." Arr. W. H. Walter. -- 88. 0 write up - on my memory, Lord, The text and doctrine of Thy Word; ' -mf ' '- I -' ' ' —T ---I l l ' ': i ' -'y -a-,__, ----\-(-L, —% -I..... -----— ~~-. --- — t.... —~ — That I may break Thy laws no more, But love Thee bet - ter than before. A-MEN.: ---.II- H= L " I' —l: ---, - 'I" I _ — _ _ — _ mf With thoughts of Christ and things divine; dim Fill up this sinful heart of mine; er That hoping pardon through His blood, I may lie down and wake with God. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1715.

Page  202 CATECHISM-CHILDREN'S HYMNS. 229. 8s. 7s. 4. JESU, BONE PASTOR "He shall feed His flock like a shepherd;.He shalt gather the lambs with J. H. Willcox. His arm, and carry them in His bosom." __-, — _ -- -I - j -i I - I 1 - 88. Sav-iour, like a shepherd lead us, Much we need Thy ten - der care; mf _ -- t9 m Pj Ii 2i 0 I 9-_ g_. a 1 - -= nf Thou hast promised to receive us, Grace to cleanse and power to free: Blessed Jesus! Let us early turn to Thee. nIf Early let us seek Thy favour, Early let us learn Thy will; Blessed Jesus!.... b.Thou hast loved us,T-love us still. AMEI. Gf Thou hast oed tove usfield. G~. Duffield.

Page  203 CATECHISM-CHILDREN'S HYMNS. 230U C.M.D. S. LucY. "He shall grow up before Him as a tender plant." From "Oratory Hymns." I mf -j-. — 112. When Je - sus left His Father's throne,He chose an hum-ble birth; - —,: _ —:-I -' - - --- -- __ --.I- 1 l - I t — Like us, un - hon-our'd and unknown,He came to dwell cn earth, -- -. — - -- Like Him may we be found be - low, In wisdom's path of peace; -i — me= ---t ----, L- - t 13-_:-_ _rzzz4T^z^t^Hf___....4T'fT^F T' — L:1~4 -Like Him in grace and knowledge grow,As years and strength in-crease. A - MEN.,-_. I ------ t I _f: r- _ = —. ~ t - - ' --- -S — t f — ' —r: — '- -i ' ~- - - I f. mf Sweet were His words and kind His looi, When mothers round Him press'd; Their infants in His arms He took, And on His bosom bless'd. Safe from the world's alluring harms, Beneath His watchful eye, p Thus in the circle of His arms May we for ever lie. mf When Jesus into Salem rode, The children sang around; For joy they pluck'd the palms, and strow'd Their garments on the ground. Hosanna our glad voices raise, Hosanna to our King! Should we forget our Saviour's praise, The stones themselves would sing. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1825.

Page  204 CATECHISM-CHILDREN'S HYMNS. 231, (FrBST TUNE.) C.M. HORS EY. "While we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." W. Horsley. t -r —1mf — r 1 — 88. There is a green hill far a - way, With - out a cit - y wall, -mf _f -s p ' _., H e ~ 1,9- _ -- n Where the dear Lord was cru - ci - fled Who died to save us all. A-MEN. ~~p We may not know, we cannot tell, mf There was no other good enough What pains He had to bear, To pay the price of sin, But we believe it was for us He only could unlock the gate He hung and suffered there. Of heaven, and let us in. mf He died that we might be forgiven, mf 0, dearly, dearly has He loved, He died to make us good, And we must love Him too, cr That we might go at last to heaven, And trust in His redeeming blood, p Saved by His precious blood. And try His works to do. AMEN. C. F. Alexander, 1848. (SECOND TUNE.) LAMBETH. I mf -- - - ~- _ A = =- 88. There is a green hill far a - way, Without a cit - y wall, mf^y^ ^ ___ _^ X - -- 4WC7i ^~ ^C- 1 — -1 m - -, -I Where the dear Lord was cru - ci - fled Who died to save us all. A - MEN. -4 ---2- \\^ 4 —

Page  205 CATECHISM-CHILDRErNS HYMNS. 2 '2? 6s. 5s. D. S. GERTRUDEL "Be strong and of a good courage.... And the Lord, He it is that A. S. Sullivan. doth go before thee." I I I I I-'- I I. I - I =-104. Onward,Christian sol-diers,Marching as to war, With the Cross of JE - SUS _- -— ~ --- — _ ---._ -Et.-I-_I_-E-_..F _ z_t=- ^- e _ _-& ^-^4t==_gig g_^ _ F - [:. _ __ _-j ~- '?-~_J~: -—: — ' tr Go - ing on be - fore. Christ,the Roy-al Mas - ter, Leads against the foe. l —P --- —- t —^- t -= ^=-,L= L_ — t ---_-,_ 1,I c',,'"'_|__- r -.. x T I 'd- m- -- - h —iff~~,- - -~- ~ - - -- Forward in - to bat - tie, See,His banners go. Onward,Christian sol - diers, It --- —-- -QT _ __ __, _? _ Marching as to war, With the Cross of JE - sus Go-ing on be - fore. A-MEx. ___ _r_ f At the sign of triumph p Crowns and thrones may perish, Satar's host doth flee; Kingdoms rise and wane. On, then, Christian soldiers, cr But the Church of Jesus On to victory. Constant will remain; cr Hell's foundations quiver f Gates of hell can never At the shout of praise; 'Gainst that Church prevail; Brothers, lift your voices, We have Christ's own promise, Loud your anthems raise. And that cannot fail. ff Onward, Christian soldiers, &c. j7 Onward, Christian soldiers, &c. f Like a mighty army f Onward, then, ye people, Moves the Church of God; Join our happy throng, mf Brothers, we are treading Blend with ours your voices, Where the Saints have trod; In the triumph song; We are not divided, Glory, laud, and honour, All one body we, Unto Christ the King, cr One in hope, and doctrine, This through countless ages One in charity. Men and Angels sing. ff Onward, Christian soldiers, &c. ff Onward, Christian soldiers, &c. S. Bariny GoZld, 1865. AMES * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  206 CATECHISM-CHILDREN'S HYMNS. 233d 8s. 7s. 7s. "The Child Jesus." IRBY. H. J. Gaauntle,. 9=88. Once in roy - al Da - vid's ci - ty Stood a low - ly cat -tie shed, mft _ - J - -, -,-~...,r =- ' _ - -.f, i -..-. P Where a moth-er laid her Ba -by, In a man-gerfor His bed: P J _-^. - -a_:- - I 8 E I, ----- ~ Fi:-,- 7 '+ I t-'.s '-ok —,~-='1-? ~-~ ' I I — ~ ----- a -zd- - -g. -, --—:! --- — Ma -ry was that mother mild, Je - sus Christ her lit - tie Child. A-MEN. --. —, --- I p He came down to earth from heaven cr Who is God and Lord of all, p And His shelter was a stable, And His cradle was a stall; With the poor, and mean, and lowly, Lived on earth our Saviour Holy. mf And, through all His wondrous childhood He would honour, and obey, Love, and watch the lowly maiden In whose gentle arms He lay; Christian children all must be Mild, obedient, good as He. mf For He is our childhood's Pattern, Day by day like us He grew, p He was little, weak, and helpless, Tears and smiles like us He knew; And He feeleth for our sadness, cr And He shareth in our gladness.:, f And our eyes at last shall see Him, Through His own redeeming love, p For that Child so dear and gentle f Is our Lord in heaven above; And He leads His children on To the place where He is gone. mf Not in that poorqlowly stable, With the oxen standing by, We shall see Him; (f) but in heaven, Set at God's right hand on high; When like stars His children crowned All in white shall wait around. AMEN. C. P. Al exander, 188. Hymn 178 may also be used.

Page  207 ^onf t at i on* 2 4.. MEAB. " With my whole heart have I sought Thee." -=:S: -: — ap —* 6-: mf 1- =92. My God, ac - cept my heart this day, And make it al- ways Thine, v ___ -_ —_ -=2 = -- - -.- - -- __ D That I from Thee no more may stray, No more from Thee decline. A-MEN. __~ ---_Et... -I E-._t-_-t -- -... -.... 1-...- —. —.-...- -. p Before the Cross of Him who died, f That I may see Thy glorious face, Behold, I prostrate fall; p And worship near Thy throne. Let every sin be crucified, cr And Christ be all in all. mf Let every thought, and work, and word, To Thee be ever given; Anoint me with Thy heavenly grace, Then life shall be Thy service, Lord, And seal me for Thine own; cr And death the gate of heaven. AMEN. Matthew Bridges, 1848. *3, L.M. DUKE STREET. "My heart is fixed, 0 God, my heart is fixed." J. Hatton. [ 70. 0 happy day, that stays my choice On Thee, my Sav-iour and my God: I __ __ __z__-_ - -- n ---—. - -.-- j — _ —{: = -- - ~5- -a_-V f J; _-7_i,.., ~ _~, _ ~ _ _ Well may this glowing heart re - joice,And tell Thy goodness all a - broad. A-MEmT. - - ^O I ^ — i OO 0 - Ij 1 ~ — 1 0 mf 0 happy Dond, that seals my vows p 4 Here rest, my oft-divided heart, To Him who merits all my love! Fix'd on thy God, thy Saviour, rest; Let cheerful anthems fill His house, Who with the world would grieve to part While to His sacred throne I move. When call'd on angels' food to feast? p 'Tis done, the great transaction's done; mf5 High heaven, that heard the solemn vow, Deign, gracious Lord, to make me thine; That vow renew'd shall daily hear, Help me, through grace, to follow on, dimr Till in life's latest hour I bow, Glad to confess thy voice divine. And bless in death a bond so dear.AMEN Philip Doddridge.

Page  208 CONFIRMATION. 236 8s. 7s. D. (FIRST TUNE.) "What things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ." DEERHURST. James Langran. I I I.7 p -k-_ -9- -<88. Je - sus, I my cross have tak - en, P -- - -a- p-s_- _ I All-to leave and fol - - low hee All to leave and fol- low Thee; -F — -'9- (^ -5 — _e- Akd -~ W-p - -, — -— = — [ —=:I:=F ---_-,::=i=-a-E I-A --- __ _ _______ By -iT - 9- -- - -(^- 9 -1 -Des - ti - tute, de - spised, for-sak - en, Thou from hence my all shalt be: _ o_ -_a- -=i _ ___ __ _ __^- _ __g ______a-E__- =~-' __ --- _ ---- --—, — -- — = —i_:s —_ —1= i --- Per- ish ev- ery fond am - bi- tion, All I've sought, or hoped, or known; Y et how ric is- d -tionG o a h v-en — _ —a m n - tE Yet how rich is my con - di - tion ' God and heaven are all my own. A-IMEN. I __ -- -1 -, -. — f~- --- _ ~_~~~_=x —=.~ —~ —~ —m~-~~ + ---1~-7?-~_ — p Man may trouble and distress me, 'Twill but drive me to Thy breast; Life with trials hard may press me, Heaven will bring me sweeter rest. O 'tis not in grief to.harm me, While Thy love is left to me; cr O 'twere not in joy to charm me, Were that joy unmix'd with Thee. f Haste then on fron Arm'd by faith,; Heaven's eternal d God's own hand p Soon shall close th Swift shall pass 1 cr Hope soon change f Faith to sight, ai * This Hymn may also be f Take, my soul, thy full salvation; Rise o'er sin, and fear, and care; Joy to find in every station Something still to do or bear: mp Think what Spirit dwells within Thee, What a Father's smile is thine; What a Saviour died to win thee; Child of heaven, shouldst thou repine? a grace to glory, and wing'd by prayer; lay's before thee, shall guide thee there. y earthly mission, thy pilgrim days; to glad fruition. nd prayer to praise. AMENS.. F. Lyte, 1835. - sung on other occasions.

Page  209 CONFIRMATION. 236 8s. 7s. D. (SECOND TUNE.) SALVATOR. "What things were gain to me, those I counted lossfor Christ." J. Goss. 88. Je- sus, I my cross have tak -en, All to leave and fol-lowThee; P -8_ b g-[ Des- ti - tute, de - spised, for-sak -en, Thou from hence my all shalt be: Per- ish ev- ery fond am - bi - tion, All I've sought, or hoped, or known; _r f _ ________..,,, ---~ ---t — --— r --- i(a! __i_ —___,_', --- —-— +-E- 1- I --- —-~ —__.,_ --- —-I ----T --- —— r -___i -- iP:-z --- __- _ -__ —: —; —_- d _ —:-::= p Man is m y trouble and distress me, f Take, my sou, thy full salvation; 'Twill but drive me to Thy breast; Rise o'er sin, and fear, and care; cr 0 twere not in joy to charm me, What a Saviour died to win thee; f Haste then on from grace to glory, Arm'd by faith, and wing'd by prayer; Heaven's eternal day's before thee, God's owp Man may trouble and distress me, Take, my soul, th y full salvationhere. p Soo'Twi shall but drive me tohy earthly mise o'er sin, and fear, and care; SwiftLife with trials hallrd may pre ss me, Joy to find in every s tation ecr Hope soon will bringe sweeter rest Somehi sti ll to do or bear: O 'tis not in grief to harm me, mp Think what Spirit dwells within Thee, While Thy love is left to me; What a Father's smile is thine; cr O 'twere not in joy to charm me, What a Saviour died to win thee; Were that joy unmix'd with Thee. Child of heaven, shouldst thou repine? f Haste then on from grace to glory, Arm'd by faith to sight, and wingayer to prayer; H. F. Lyte, 1835. Heaven's etern mayalso be sung on other occasions, God's own hand shall guide thee there. p Soon shall close thy earthly mission, Swift shall pass thy pilgrim days; cr Hope soon change to glad fruition, f Faith to sight, and prayer to praise. AMEN. H..F. Lyte, 1835. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  210 CONFIRMATION. 237 6 4s. O.LE. "My grace is sufficient for thee." L. Mason, 1831. - d =86. My faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of Cal - va - ry, _ 1 (. ~ m ft __ ' ~ _,_ ~ ~ * ___ Sav- - vinel Now hear me while I pray: Take all my,-. I — I a guilt a-way; 0 let me from this day Be whol -ly Thine. A-MEx. cr May Thy rich grace impart Strength to my fainting heart, f My zeal inspire; p As Thou hast died for me, cr 0 may my love to Thee Pure, warm, and changeless be, f A living fire. p While life's dark maze I tread, And griefs around me spread, Be Thou my Guide; Bid darkness turn to day; Wipe sorrow's tears away, Nor let me ever stray From Thee aside. *pp When ends life's transient dream, When death's cold, sullen stream, Shall o'er me roll, cr Blest Saviour then in love, Fear and distrust remove; f 0 bear me safe above, A ransom'd soul. AMEN. Ray Palmer, 1830. * This Hymn may also be surn on other occarian&

Page  211 CONFIRMATION. s. EVERMORE. "And they shall be Mine, saith the Lord of Hosts, in that day when H. J. Gauntlett, I makce up My jewels." = S | z _=_ -e ---f._,__L| __ -4 = ---f mf 98. Thine for -ev - er:- God of love, Hear us from Thy throne a-bove; — 4 _- ____ ___ aThine for ev - er may we be, Here and in e - ter - ni - ty. A-MEN. ____ ____ __ HE ~ -2_L _ i-8 -mf Thine for ever:-Lord of life, mf Thine for ever:-(p) Saviour, keep Shield us through our earthly strife: p These Thy frail and trembling sheep; Thou the Life, the Truth, the Way, Safe alone beneath Thy care, Guide us to the realms of day. cr Let us all Thy goodness share. mf Thine for ever -O how bless'd mf Thine for ever:-Thou our Guide, They who find in Thee their rest! All our wants by Thee supplied, Saviour, Guardian, heavenly Friend, All our sins by Thee forgiven, 0 defend us to the end. cr Lead us, Lord, from earth to heaven AMEN. Mary F. Maude, 1848. 2a39 C. M. MARTYRDOM. "Thou hast avouched the Lord this day to be thy God." Hugh Wilson. _~ __ i -_. — -_ I __ ~7 J H= --- | 6W= -e ~ " -3 — ^^ — l- 88. Wit - ness, ye men and an - gels; now Be - fore the Lord we speak; mf | - dim _s - ji~ ___ To Him we make our solemn vow, A vow we dare not break: A- MEN. diem ei-_ emf That long as life itself shall las That. with returning wants, the Lord Ourselves to Christ we yield; Will all our need supply. Nor from His cause will we depart, Or ever quit the field. Lord, guide our doubtful feet aright, And keep us in Thy ways; We trust not in our native strength, And, while we turn our vows to prayers, But on His grace rely, Turn Thou our prayers to praise. AMEN. B. Beddome. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  212 CONFI.MATIO1N 240, L.M. FEDERAL STREET. "He dwoeleth with you, and shall be in you." H. K. Oliver. = -63. Draw, Ho-ly Ghost, Thy seven-fold veil Between us and the fires of youth;! mf_~_ __.~_ ~_ -~ — ^ ~-g- -^ -- -1 ~- _IL.._L _~ _ $_ -4 -Breathe,Holy Ghost,Thy freshening gale Our fevered brow in age to soothe. A-MEN. mf For ever on our souls be traced This blessing from the Saviour's hand, A sheltering rock in memory's waste,, O'ershadowing all the weary land. AMEN. John Keble. 24S 1. Six 8s, SURREY. "Him that cometh unto Me, I will in no wise cast out." Henry Carey. - 88. Lord, shall Thy chil- dren come to Thee? A boon of love vine we seek, Brought to Thine arms in in - fan - cy, Ere heart could feel or tongue could speak,T a.... ' I 1 -, chil-dren pray for grace that they May come themselves to Thee to-day. A - MEN. _.__.. p Lord, shall we come? and come again, Through weal or woe, in gloom or light, Oft as we see Thy table spread, Come to Thy throne of grace, that we And, tokens of Thy dying pain, In faith, hope, love, confirm'd may be. The wine pour'd out, the broken bread? Blets, bless,O Lord, Thy children's prayer,mfLord, shall we come? come yet again? That they may come and find Thee there. Thy children ask one blessing more: To come, not now alone;-but then nfLord, shall we come? not thus alone, When life, and death, and time are o'er, At holy time, or solemn rite, Then, then to come, 0 Lord, and be But every hour till life be flown, Confirm'd in heaven, confirm'd by Thee. Bishop Samuel Hinds. AMEN,

Page  213 CON'FIRMATION. 242, D "Put on the wholZ armour of God." ['=88. Arm these Thy sol-diers, might-y Lord,With shield of faith and Spirit's sword; A.I f -cr -- - 1- -- Forth to the bat - tie may they go, And bold -ly fight a-gainst the foe, cr — = g - _ -: _ -~-! With ban-ner of the Cross unfurl'd, And by it o - ver-come the world; And so at last receive from Thee The palm and crown of vie - to - ry. A-MEN. -!- I - - — b = =F- - mf Come, ever-blessed Spirit, come, And make Thy servants' hearts Thy home; May each a living temple be, Hallow'd for ever, Lord, to Thee; Enrich that temple's holy shrine With sevenfold gifts of grace divine; With wisdom, light, and knowledge bless, Strength, counsel, fear, and godliness. AMEN. rBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862.

Page  214 CONFIRMATION. 243. S.M. THATCHEBl JHandel. "Show me Thy ways, 0 Lord, and teach me Thy paths." mf r * - _- -- i -a -88. His mer - cy and His truth The right - eous Lord dis- plays, -f - -_ _ _ '-i: -2,~-~~-'-'- =- ~~-~-~-~~-.:4:~-u~. I-.-T In bring-ing wand'ring sinners home, And teach- ing them His ways. A - M-N. ~-. mf He those in justice guides To such, as with religious hearts, Who His direction seek; To His blest will incline. And in His sacred paths shall lead The humble and the meek. mf For God to all His saints His secret will imparts, mf Through all the ways of God And does His gracious covenant write Both truth and mercy shine, In their obedient hearts. AMEN. Psalm xxv. 244, S.M. CARLISLE. "And I will accept thee, saith the Lord." C. Lockhart. 1 'LA I I 1XIIJ +r r I -(-4. May God ac-cept our vow, Our sac-ri - fice re - ceive, Our I f -,- --- I I I J I I = ==1__ I, _' - ' - -- -Pr — mf 0 Lord, Thy saving grace mf Now know we that the Lord We joyfully declare; His chosen will defend; Our banner in Thy Name we raise- From heaven will strength divine afford, " The Lord fulfil our prayer!" And will their prayer attend. AMEN. Psalm xx. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasion.

Page  215 CONFIRMATION. 245i C.M. S. ANN. "0 Lord God of hosts, blessed is the man that putteth his trust in Thee." Denby, 1686. i-p, h-, - i g — I....... -J_92. 0 God of hosts, the might-y Lord, How love - ly is the place, mf - - - - - I. -- E 1Z Where Thou,enthroned in glo - ry,show'st The brightness of Thy face! A-MEN. p My longing soul faints with desire Till all on Sion's holy mount To view Thy blest abode: Before their God appear. cr My panting heart and flesh cry out mf For God, who is our Sun and Shield, For Thee, the living God. Will grace and glory give; mf Thrice happy they whose choice has Thee And no good thing will He withhold Their sure protection made, From them that justly live. Who long to tread the sacred ways mf Thou, God, Whom heavenly hosts obey, That to Thy dwelling lead. How highly bless'd is he, mf Thus they proceed from strength to strength, Whose hope and trust, securely placed, And still approach more near; Are still reposed on Thee! AMEN. Psalm 1xxxiv. 246I" C.M. ECKARDTSHEIM. "What shall separate us fromn the love of Christ." C. Zeuner. I-90. As by the light of o-pening day The stars are all con-ceal'd, K- ' ' -T... I ' I _- ~ So earthly pleas-ures fade a - way When Je - sus is reveal'd. A-MEN. I -.-1 ~ op Creatures no more divide my choice, mf Now, Lord, I would be Thine alone, I bid them all depart; And wholly live to Thee; His Name, and love, and gracious voice Yet worthless still myself I own, Shall fix my roving heart. Thy worth is all my plea. AMEN. John Newton, 1779. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions. The following Hymns are suitable for this Office. 127. Come, Holy Ghost, Creator, come. 132. Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed. 137. Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire. 216. Soldiers of Christ, arise.

Page  216 jolf 3llatrti on"M. 247. Six, 7. HAE.T. "God blessed them." T... Shephead, 64 y -. 2,-> ff - ' <i - 100. Deign this un -ion to approve, And confirm it, God of love. mf I _ Bless Thy servants; on their head Now the oil of glad-ness shed; i,t t,, — *,* -r,, t..-_i ' ^gA- - - | -— ~ I -— '- d |; -1 — H & &-g X J - _e I^ ^ I"J 1 - 1 __ _S — In this nup-tial bond, to Thee Let them con- se - era - ted be. A-MEN. mf In prosperity, be near, To preserve them in Thy fear; dim In affliction, let Thy smile cr All the woes of life beguile; And when every change is past, Take them to Thyself at last. AMEN. W. B. Collyer, 1837.

Page  217 HOLY MATRIMONY. 24; 8. (FIRST TUNE.) 7s. 6s. "A threefold cord is not quickly brokes.1 I - EDEN. From "S. Alban's Tune-Book.";=70. The voice that breath'd o'er E - den, That ear - liest wed-ding- day, I ' "F —~~~~ ---ti~ 'i r'f- - The pri - mal marriage bless-ing, It hath not pass'd a - way. A -MEN. mf Still in the pure espousal p Be present, holiest Spirit, Of Christian man and maid, cr To bless them as they kneel, The holy Three are with us, As Thou, for Christ the Bridegroom, The threefold grace is said. The heavenly spouse dost seal! p Be present, awful Father, mf 0 spread Thy pure wing o'er them, cr To give away this bride, Let no ill power find place, As Eve Thou gav'st to Adam When onward to Thine altar Out of His own pierced side: Their hallow'd path they trace, p Be present, Son of Mary, f To cast their crowns before Thee cr To join their loving hands, In perfect sacrifice, As Thou didst bind two natures Till to the home of gladness In Thine eternal bands! With Christ's own Bride they rise. AMExN. John Keble, 1857. (SECOND TUNE.) S. ALPHEGE. H. J. Gauntlett. - ----- I -. 1_. I -- I =92. The voice that breath'd o'er E - den, That ear-liest wed-ding - day,.. / 1 -~ - 7-, -- -_ ' - ' /'- a-. -r-, -i - I' ~1 -- Vr And-;E - * _.... —= f j ' ~ — I'-' ----1 '.-r'' r ---- i — " '-i ~'- | —I --- —1- -" - " The pri-mal marriage bless - ing, It hath not pass'd a - way. A-MEN. _l______ __, -_ T - -- ' —,. - - sf- -l r ok 1.- I _ i< _.i n_ r_ =e_ I.9 ho =: I _ l_ I 1- -# 1 - I ~ --

Page  218 Tttrtatfon of tt sfit. 249. (FST TUNE.) L.M. CONCORD. "I look for the Lord: ty soul doth wait for Him; in His Word is my trust." =- 96. Be still, my heart,these anxious cares, To thee are burdens,thorns,and snares: I O Im 77 -They castdis -hon-our on thy Lord, And con-tra-dict His gracious word. A-MN. mf Brought safely by His hand thus far, p Did ever trouble yet befall, Why wilt thou now give place to fear? And He refuse to hear Thy call? How canst thou want if He provide, cr And has He not His promise passed, Or lose thy way with such a Guide? That thou shalt overcome at last? mf When first before His mercy-seat, p Though rough and thorny be the road, Thou didst to Him thy all commit; cr It leads thee home apace to God; He gave thee warrant from that hour, Then count thy present trials small, To trust His wisdom, love, and power. For heaven will make amends for all. John Newton. AMEN. (SECOND TUNE.) WAREHAM. Wm. Knapp, 1768 p-e- -9- - - f ' - - 96. Be still, my heart, these anxious cares, To thee are burdens,thorns and snares; IL MP i9- J -? -0 ' _z I i?F Y - - - _ - - 7 4 — r- ' -<- 'Theycast dis -hon-our on thy Lord, And con -tra- diet His gracious word.A-MEN. -48 I- FX_-~~~ ~-~~~~ ~~-=.. --- -. I- c-~ —~.....

Page  219 VISITA TION OF THE SICK 250. Six 8s. BROWNEUa "Who is this that cometh up from the wilderness, leaning upon her beloved J" Haydn.!~4 -,- - -F^^^, = — 4-^- r, ~ I — I~ * p - o?- - s- -~- - i-~ p -84. When gather-ing clouds a - round I view, And days are P ->- ^ - '=s- ~ p —.' - ----- - Idark, and friends are few, On Him I lean, who, not in vain. cr..... — I _~y~ == —I:-zT-:.- _l___.-r..__I -% f ~v7LIIL Ex - pe- rienced ev - ery hu - man pain: He sees my wants, al - wI-#=m- 6 - ^ < f - - ^- i a efC-^- g 1 — _ —~_ - -'- 1- 1 —,- _ __!^ _ - s. _ ^ "f ' - t I — -I lays my fears, And counts and treas - ures up my tears. A- MEN. I -'_- 1 - mf If aught should tempt my soul to stray p When sorrowing o'er some stone 1 bend, From heavenly wisdom's narrow way, Which covers what was once a friend, To fly the good I would pursue, And from his voice, his hand, his smile, Or do the ill I would not do; cr Divides me for a little while, f Still He who felt temptation's power Thou, Saviour, mark'st the tears I shed, Shall guard me in that dangerous hour. For Thou didst weep o'er Lazarus dead. mp If vexing thoughts within me rise, p And 0, when I have safely past And, sore dismay'd, my spirit dies, Through every conflict but the last, dim Still He who once vouchsafed to bear cr Still, still unchanging, watch beside Such bitter conflict with despair, My bed of death, for Thou hast died: Shall sweetly soothe, shall gently dry, Then point to realms of cloudless day, pp The throbbing heart, the streaming eye. And wipe the latest tear away. AME.N Robert Grant, 1806.

Page  220 VISITATION OF THE SICK. 251.*M. "Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus." S. AGNE.i J. B. Dykes. p -- - I i( j ---88. Lord, as to Thy dear Cross we flee, And plead to be for-given, - Ig - - ___ So let Thy life our pat- tern be, And form our souls for heaven. A-MEw. cr! _ - -. I- I t - - f — - - - G E-T - Io v _. * 9 - s * — r- — n -.. mf Help us, through good report and ill, mf If joy shall at Thy bidding fly, Our daily cross to bear; p And grief's dark day come on, Like Thee, to do our Father's will, We in our turn would meekly cry, p Our brethren's griefs to share. pp "Father, Thy will be done." mf Let grace our selfishness expel, mf Kept peaceful in the midst of strife, Our earthliness refine; Forgiving and forgiven, And kindness in our bosoms dwell, cr 0 may we lead the pilgrim's life, As free and true as Thine. And follow Thee to heaven. AMEN. J. H. Gurney, 1838. 252. S 78. REDHEAD, 47. "Surely He hath borne our griefs and carried our sorrows." B. Redhead.....- f.... --- _ - 1 'I I 1.. 80.When our heads are bowed withwoe, When our bit - ter tears o'er-flow. __- P -d C..F —.g egc - ~ - I' I --- F —0-i —Ira.. Il/T - j L^- — 1 m i - I — - ~- m m I 1 1__- _2 4i - __'- __ When we mourn the lost, the dear, Je - sus, Son of Ma - ry,hear. A-MEN. ~ _ -_ — I__L L ' L Z — mf Thou our throbbing Thou our mortal gr. dim Thou hast shed the pp Jesus, Son of Mary, p When the solemn d For our own depart When our final dooi pp Jesus, Son of Mary, p Thou hast bowed tl Thou the blood of 1i; flesh hast worn, Thou hast filled a mortal bier; iefs hast borne, pp Jesus, Son of Mary, hear. human tear; p When the heart is sad within, hear. With the thought of all its sin, eath-bell tolls When the spirit shrinks with fear, ing souls, pp Jesus, Son of Mary, hear. m is near, p Thou, the shame, the grief, hast known,, hear. Though the sins were not Thine own; ie dying head, cr Thou hast deigned their load to bear, ife hast shed, dint Jesus, Son of Mary, hear. AMEN. Dean H. H. Milman, 1827. * This Hymn may also be aung on other occasions.

Page  221 VISITATION OF THE SICK. 253 C.M.D. CHESTER. From "Oratory Hymns.* "Thou art my hiding-place." -D4L |,v mf I=84. Thou art my hid-ing-place, O Lord! In Thee I put my trust, En - cour-aged by Thy ho - ly word, A fee - ble child of dust,.T... -.a - aI have no ar - ga-ment be-side, I urge no oth - er plea;. -. - - - _-f,~ i- o _ -t --- —i a 7-e~:- 1 I:* i - ~ ' T'L, I_- ' - - ' I 4,. -__ _ rit. dim pI i " I ' -,And 'tis e-nough the Saviour died, The Sav - iour died for me. A-MEN. di. ' prit. -~ -. - 1-:. -1.. - - — I I -- 1_- - _ mp When storms of fierce temptation beat, Ah! what could give the sufferer rest, And furious foes assail, Bid every murmur flee, My refuge is the mercy-seat, But this, the witness in my breast My hope within the veil. rit p That Jesus died for me? From strife of tongues and bitter words My spirit flies to Thee: My spirit flies to Thee: PP And when Thine awful voice commands cr Joy to y heart the thought affords, PP And when The awful voice coman rit p My Saviour died for me. This body to decay, And life, in its last lingering sands, Is ebbing fast away,p 'Mid trials heavy to be borne, Then, though it be in accents weak, When mortal strength is vain, And faint and tremblingly, dim A heart with grief and anguish torn, cr 0 give me strength in death to speak, A body rack'd with pain,- rit p My Saviour died for me. AM1EN. Thomas Rffes, 1843.

Page  222 VISITATION OF THE SICK. 254.* 6s. D. (FIRST TUNE.) "Make Thy way straight before my face." S. LAWRENOC. J. Stainer. I. V -- I -- - I I....3 -,, _ _.. -._..._!,O- -42- 59'.101 1- H -i - = _ 2. _;GG -/ -1- - -r C - -f -B mf r =-96. Thy way, not mine, O Lord, How -ev- er dark it be: mfj | I_ d9 -- mf -, _,-r - - _._ -a - -+ -- Y_ ) -' -: _ 7 -_:_ o=___ __ - - =. -: Lead me by Thine own hand, Choose out the path for me. _ ___~g_ ________ - Smooth let it be or rough, It will be still the best; cr Wind - ing or straight, it leads Right on -ward to Thy Rest. A-MEN. ~r J --- - - " / -F -f - - -: =, --- - ' " p I dare not choose my lot; I would not, if I might; mf Choose Thou for me, my God; So shall I walk aright. Take Thou my cup, and it With joy or sorrow fill, As best to Thee may seem; Choose Thou my good and ill. mf Choose Thou for me my friends, My sickness or my health; p Choose Thou my cares for me, My poverty or wealth. mf Not mine, not mine the choice, In things or great or small; cr Be Thou my guide, my strength, f My wisdom, and my all. AMEN. H. Bonar, 1856. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasion.

Page  223 VISITATION OF THE SICK. 254 i 6s. D. (SECOND TUNE.) "Make Thy way straight before my face." u. Vr PAX. W. B. Gilbert. 1 1I mf A- 96. Thy way, not mine, O Lord, How - ev- er dark it be; mf _' __ -?-z - - - 6#-T Lead me by Thine own hand, Choose out the path for me. -a - f- -~- ' I I? Smooth let it be or rough, It will be still the best; -1 - - 1 — -I- - -.__I L______. ___ __L { m bX,~fa==X-S=X~\ s - -_a_ va. cr cr B.T._ — s- e -60 -Wind-ing or straight, it leads Right on - ward to Thy Rest. A-MEN. __ _eL_ - -- -T- - _1 - -t <t~t$-1t r4 —1 - $- - t-> p I dare not choose my lot; I would not, if I might; mf Choose Thou for me, my God; So shall I walk aright. Take Thou my cup, and it With joy or sorrow fill, As best to Thee may seem; Choose Thou my good and ill. mf Choose Thou for me my friends, My sickness or my health: p Choose Thou my cares for me, My poverty or wealth. mf Not mine, not mine the choice, In things or great or small; cr Be Thou my guide, my strength, f My wisdom, and my all. AMEN. H. Bonar, 1856. * This Hymn maay also be sung on other occasions.

Page  224 VISITATION OF THE SICK. 255.* a.. AL ARLINGTON. Dr. Arne. "Having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ, which is far better.". I I d = 68. When mus-ing sor - row weeps the past, And mourns the pres - ent pain, ~ — ------ --!,! ~ i -1-.._a. -.4-4-. TV -- How sweet to think of peace at last, And feel that death is gain! A - MEN. X 1.... X A I I ~-^ - X - -- I -.. p 'Tis not that murmuring thoughts arise, Whose dying love no language knows And dread a Father's will; Sufficient art to trace. 'Tis not that meek submission flies, And would not suffer still; p It is that tortur'd conscience feels The pangs of struggling sin; cr It is that heaven-taught faith surveys cr Sees, though afar, the hand that heals, The path that leads to light, And ends her war within. mf And longs her eagle plumes to raise, And lose herself in sight. f 0 let me wing my hallow'd flight From earth-born woe and care, mf It is that hope with ardour glows And soar above these clouds of night To see Him face to face, My Saviour's bliss to share. AMEN. Gerard S. Noel, 1819. CAL E C.TAOYTE, No. 1. "Thy will be done." A. H. D. Troyte. ' I A- -i F I. _____ \\\ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^,'^' ^ S ^ffl~f ______ ^ 2 I I mf My God, my Father, while I stray Far from my home, on life's rough way, 0 teach me from my heart to say p " Thy will be done." p Though dark my path, and sfd my lot, Let me be still and murmur not, And breathe the prayer divinely taught, p "Thy will be done." p What though in lonely grief I sigh For friends beloved no 16nger nigh, Submissive still would I reply, p "Thy will be done." p If Thou should'st call me t6 resign. What most I prize-it ne'er was mine; I only yield Thee what is Thinep "Thy will be done." mf Renew my will from diy to day, Blend it with Thine, and take away All that now makes it hard to say, p " Thy will be done." mf Let but my fainting heart be blest With Thy sweet Spirit f6r its Guest, My God, to Thee I leave the rest; p " Thy will be done." AMEN. Charlotte Elliott, 1834. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasio.

Page  225 VISITATION OF THE SICK. 257 P.M RESIGNATION. I "My meditation of Him shall be sweet." mf - - = 54. Whate'er my God ordains is right; His will is ev - er just;Howe'er He or-ders I -1 -i-^ T ~-~? - -- y-__ _r now my cause, I will be still and trust. He is my God; Tho' dark my road,.-.. -.. ]t ^. ^ T r r i A s mnf Whate'er my God ordains is right; He never will deceive; He leads me by the proper path, And so to Him I cleave, And take content What He hath sent; p His hand can turn my griefs away, And patiently I wait His day. mf Whate'er my God ordains is right; dim Though I the cup must drink That bitter seems to my faint heart, I will not fear nor shrink; Cr Tears pass away With dawn of day; Sweet comfort yet shall fill my heart, And pain and sorrow all depart. mf Whate'er my God ordains is right; My Light, My Life is He, Who cannot will me aught but good; I trust Him utterly; For well I know, In joy or woe, We soon shall see, as sunlight clear, How faithful was our Guardian here. mf P cr Whate'er my God ordains is right; Here will I take my stand, Though sorrow,need, or death make earth For me a desert land. My Father's care Is round me there, He holds me that I shall not fall; And so to Him I leave it all. AMEN. S. Rodigast, 1675; Tr. C. Winkworth, 1858. 28. 335. 514. 485. 521. 528. 493. The following Hymns are suitable for this Office: A few more years shall roll. 393. Jesus, Lover of my soul. Abide with me. 392. Just as I am, without one plea. Art thou weary, art thou languid. 512. Lead, kindly Light. Hark! hark my soul. 64. My sins, my sins, my Saviour. Hark! my soul, it is the Lord. 507. Nearer, my God, to Thee. I heard the voice of Jesus say. 65. 0 Thou, from whom all goodness flows. Jerusalem the golden. 447. Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings. 67. Weary of earth, and laden with my sin.

Page  226 258..M. _ I).. 3unrial of tier ratb. "Lord, let me know my end, and the number of my days." DUNDEE. Scotch Psalter. -, i. T - -----------, 1: E-al- Af i= = = I I__t_ u — r —uY — H ~-~ H --- — -- ~HJ en' -- __s. Z _ _._ - mp-e - now my term of das_ Hw sn _li | = 88. Lord, let me know my term of days, How soon my life will end: -__s - -- -- -— I The numerous train of ills disclose, Which this frail state at - tend. A-MEN. 1l - -m >1l - -+- 1 1 —a -- mp My life, thou know'st, is but a span, mf On Thee alone my steadfast hope A cipher sums my years;, Shall ever, Lord, depend. And every man, in best estate, p Lord, hear my cry, accept my tears, But vanity appears. And listen to my prayer, mp Man, like a shadow, vainly walks, Who sojourn like a stranger here, With fruitless cares oppress'd; As all my fathers were. He heaps up wealth, but cannot tell p O spare me yet a little time; By whom 'twill be possess'd. My wasted strength restore, cr Why then should I on worthless toys Before I vanish quite from hence, With anxious cares attend? And shall be seen no more. AMEN. Psalm xxxix. 259. C.M. S.MARY. "Ye sorrow not even as others which have no hope." Playford's Psalter, 16T1. mf r t/Mf I, - 80. Hear what the voice from heaven declares To those in Christwho die; mf _ I _ I, -P ~_, ^_ r:-._ __ -g.. _ a ' Re - leased from all their earthly cares, They'll reign with Him on high. A-MEN. * — l --- — ~- -.. - -l -m -- 6'-C- i- i...1.... r~ _ I!_,, I...... p cr Mf I I Then why lament departed friends, Or shake at death's alarms? Death's but the servant Jesus sends To call us to His arms. If sin be parden'd, we're secure, Death hath no sting beside; The law gave sin its strength and power, But Christ, our Ransom, died. I I I - mf The grave of all His saints He bless'd. When in the grave He lay: And, rising thence, their hopes He raised To everlasting day. f Then, joyfully, while life we have, To Christ, our Life, we'll sing, "Where is thy victory, O grave? And where, O death, thy sting? " AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709.

Page  227 BURIAL OF THE DEAD. 260. (FIRST TUNE.) L. M. bEST. " Them which sleep in Jesus, will God bring with Him." W. B. Bradbury. 184. -4-0 s-t::X.i-. -I- --- t4 _- 1 --- —---------- - I y-.. -.. - - - ---- -i ]-. ---— ~Z A calm and un - disturb'd re- pose, Un-brok-ern by the last of foes. A-MEN. __=- -__ _ ____- z __...._ ___ - -i-9:- _;- -__-_a: — ^5-k-p___ e 2-pg --- —-L p Asleep in Jesus! - how sweet p Asleep in Jesus! 0 for me To be for such a slumber meet; May such a blissful refuge be! With holy confidence to sing Securely shall my ashes lie, That death hath lost its painful sting! Waiting the summons from on high. p Asleep in Jesus! peaceful rest! p Asleep in Jesus! far from thee cr Whose waking is supremely blest; Thy kindred and their graves may be; mf No fear, no woe shall dim that hour cr But there is still a blessed sleep, That manifests the Saviour's power. From which none ever wakes to weep. AMEN. Margaret Mackay, 1832. (SECOND TUNE.) S. JOHN'S, HIGHLANDS. W. C. B. -- - - ------ ---- -t - - _ __B_ 0~ra __ -E- -... --- — — z- -— z-t —z-46. A - sleep in Je - sus! bless-ed sleep! From which none ev-er wakes to weep; - 2t-_ - -t.... t:-_R-__ — _ _^-^ --- G __ _____ __cl a _d.._ __ — _r __the lti j A calm and undisturb'd re-pose, Un-broken by the last of foes. A-MEN. _ -- _ _-[_....-..-. -c --- Z-9 — ---— T-3 iZ'- _..t....._ ___ FI I

Page  228 261.M. -L BURIAL OF THE DEAD. "He shall enter into peace." NAOI, L. Mason t I J 4 —AI t —4 j$b- 63. Not for the dead in Christ we weep; Their sor-rows now are o'er; mf ---- J. - -2- -P — -T>-,_ -,g-. The sea is calm, the temp-est past, On that e - ter - nal shore. A-ME]r. mf Their peace is seal'd, their rest is sure, mf And though no vision'd dream of bliss Within that better home; Nor trance of rapture show dim A while we weep and linger here, Where, on the bosom of their God, Then follow to the tomb. They rest from human woe; cr Jesus! our shadowy path illume, And teach the chasten'd mind mf To welcome all that's left of good, To all that's lost resign'd. AMEN". A. L. Barbauld, 1773. 262 LM BURIAL OF A CHILD. "UOf L.M. POLLOCK. "Of such is the kingdom of heaven." From "S. Alban's Tune Book." I 'F ---, - I, —..... _ -"1',=,II ~- ~! _ i- 1-1-1-1-1 1 --- —s I,-~:,I- 1? I I —! —* ~~~.. -. - -.. - 1, t... -.. - - --- - -- = 80. As the sweet flower that scents the morn, But withers in the ris - ing day; -_,.s.,..________ _ I. _ giLg gL^ =^=: _,^ =^:^, LIU. -n. —,, I,. -,- —:: - -. -iN.. ~ I I — I, ' - I - _n 1 =a Thuslove - ly was this infant's dawn, Thus swift-ly fled its life a - way. AMEN. i ~11 — -,.... T -.......... V -_ I:i I I,,, ) —E ---- - b I~ I I I p It died ere its expanding soul p It died to sin, it died to cares, Had ever burnt with wrong desires, But for a moment felt the rod: Had ever spurn'd at heaven's control, cr 0 mourner, such, the Lord declares, Or ever quenched its sacred fires. Such are the children of our God. AMmm Cunningham.

Page  229 BURIAL OF THE DEAD. 263. 7s. 8s. (FIRST TUNE.) CONSOLATION. "There is hope in thine end, saith the Lord, that thy children shall come again J. Cramer. to thine own border." _I __ __. - -__ __ v / _ _t9 _ _@ F _,g,0 Ad-a *;R w- u --- —-d-A O=76. Ten-der Shepherd,Thou hath still'd Now Thy lit - tie lamb's brief weeping; I - P __ F _ 1 -4 — Ah, how peace-ful, pale, and mild, In its nar - row bed 'tis sleep-ing, ___ — -I- -s-_ -4 -And no sigh of an-guish sore Heaves that lit - tle bos-om more. A-MEN. mf In this world of care and pain, Lord, Thou wouldst no longer leave it; To the sunny, heavenly plain Thou dost now with joy receive it; cr Clothed in robes of spotless white, Now it dwells with Thee in light. p Ah, Lord Jesus, grant that we Where it lives may soon be living, er And the lovely pastures see That its heavenly food are giving; mf Then the gain of death we prove, Tho' Thou take what most we love. AME=. J. W. 3leinhold; Tr. C. Winkworth, 1858.

Page  230 BURIAL OF THE DEAD. 263, i7s. 8s 78. (SECOND TUNE.) METNHOLD. "There is hope in thre end, saith the Lord, that thy children shall come German. again to their own border." 1ST s; T — L,... d...l I,,,, 1.i. m! ~. [ = 76.Tender Shepherd,Thouhast still'd Now Thy lit - tie lamb's brief weep - ing; pd r2- - - -32_ d -PS- d- _- -, -I — I~ — _ ZeF7 Ah, how peace-ful, pale, and mild, In its nar- row bed 'tis sleep -ing, cre I II And no sigh of anguish sore Heaves that lit-te bos - om more. A-MEN. mf In this world of care and pain, Lord, Thou wouldst no longer leave it; To the sunny, heavenly plain Thou dost now with joy receive it; cr Clothed in robes of spotless white, Now it dwells with Thee in light. p Ah, Lord Jesus, grant that we Where it lives may soon be living, cr And the lovely pastures see That its heavenly food are giving; mf Then the gain of death we prove, Tho' Thou take what most we love. AMBN. J. W. Meinhold; Tr. C. Winkworth, 1858. The following Hymns are suitable for this Office. 28. A few more years shall rolL 108. Lift your glad voices. 491. Brief life is here our portion, 256. My God, my Father, while I stray. 93. I would not live alway, 509. 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise. 97. It is not death to die. 447. Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings. 493. Jerusalem the golden 464. The King of love my Shepherd is. 104, Jesus lives, no longer now, 254. Thy way, not mine, 0 Lord. 393, Jesus, Lover of my soul. 323. When I can trust my all with God. 512. Lead, kindly Light. 252. When our heads are bowed with woe.

Page  231 Nor t(tDO at sra. 264. P.M. WAV "Twh bright and morning star." = 76. Star of Peace, to wanderers wea-ry, Bright the beams,that smile on me; I f- v -- - v -, *. _._L 1- ------ - - I --- Cheer the pi - lot's vis - ion drea -ry, Far, far at sea, B l - ss t - 'l - Cheer the pi -lot's vis - ion drea-ry, Far, far at sea. A-MEN.,-f -' il-..... - K. - - |-': Omp Star of hope, gleam on the billow, Bless the soul that sighs for thee, Bless the sailor's lonely pillow, Far, far at sea. mf Star of faith, when winds are mocaing All his toil, he flies to thee; Save him on the billows rocking, Far, far at sea. of Star divine, 0 safely guide him, Bring the wanderer home to thee; Sore temptations long have tried him, Far, far at sea. AMEN. Auonymous.

Page  232 FOR THOSE AT SEA. 265. p.M. MARGARETTINCG "Be of good cheer, it is I; be not afraid." A. H. Brown. I I - - -- 88. Fierce was the wild bil - low, Dark was the night, -8- -cd- L nf I I._. I_? —,-'-== A-Q -- I~IY.g -:, '-~g ' ---- -~-: = -- ^- -,: --- —Oars la - boured heav - i - ly, Foam glim mered white; Mar i - ners trem - bled, Per - 11 was nigh ' '2 -- 2 — -F_ -all. en I-,: -G —.- o-f G ", i ThenMar - i -ners t re m - bleGod, Peacr - i was nigh!. Ij —~, ~,~ -iT',~ let Tesa ithGoofod"eaeiti - I"AM. I_ _-~,.~ — ~ mp Ridge of the mountain wave, Lower thy crest! Wail of the tempest-wind Be thou at rest: Peril can none beSorrow must flydim Where saith the Light of Light, "Peace! It is." p Jesus, Deliverer, Come Thou to me: Soothe Thou my voyaging Over life's sea: Thou, when the storm of death Roars, sweeping by, dim Whisper-O Truth of Truth"Peace! It is I." AMEN. S. Anatolius, 458; Tr. J. M. e. Ne&

Page  233 FOR THOSE AT SEA. -266, SUL.LIVAN "Lord, save us; we perish." S. Sulliva. ' <m f -~ - I - —:- ~-k r ~ - '= 80. When through the torn sail the wild temp- est is stream-ing, mf I r | I Li-' Jf = jf=5 When o'er the dark wave the red light-ning is gleam - ing. _pgq -JI i J - Nor hope lends a ray the poor sea-man to cher- ish, -- 1 cdim P-6'- C - '" ' We fly to ourMak-er: "Save, Lord, or we per - ish." A-MEN. dim _ ---- mf O Jesus, once rock'd on the breast of the billow, Aroused by the shriek of despair from Thy pillow, Now seated in glory, the mariner cherish, dim Who cries in his anguish, (p) "Save, Lord, or we perish." p And O when the whirlwind of passion is raging, When sin in our hearts its wild warfare is waging, Then send down Thy Spirit Thy redeemed to cherish, Rebuke the destroyer: "Save, Lord, or we perish." AMEN. Bishop Reginald Heber, 1820.

Page  234 FOR THOSE AT SEA. 2671 Six 80. MEITA,"These men see the works of the Lord, and His wonders in the dee ~ J. B. Dykes. -' '.....1.: _; 1 — I —..-.. -88. E - ter - nal Fa-ther! strong to save, Whose arm hath bound the /f m, -Z-. J =- =-_"- 9 to -.?~_ rest - less wave, Who bid'st, the might - y o - cean deep Its - own ap- point - ed lim - its keep: 0 hear us when we I__ ----': [, /..- '~' I_ —_- ' " 1 - ~- -~ di 4-4-' '-~-g-: -— e- -e- -~cry to Thee, For those in per - ii on the sea. A - ME. | dim 2L _ f.. ' r r'' mf 0 Christ! Whose voice the waters heard I p And hushed their raging at Thy word, cr Who walkedst on the foaming deep, dim And calm amidst its rage did sleep; p O hear us when (cr) we cry to Thee dim For those in peril on the sea. mf Most Holy Spirit! Who didst brood Upon the chaos dark and rude, And bid its angry tumult cease, And give, for wild confusion, (p) peace; p 0 hear us when (cr) we cry to Thee im For those in peril on the sea. mf 0 Trinity of love and power! Our brethren shield in danger's hour; From rock and tempest, fire and foe, Protect them whereso'er they go; er Thus evermore shall rise to Thee f Glad lymns of praise from land and sea! AMEN, Win. Whiting, 1860.

Page  235 FOR THOSE AT SEA. 268. SM. "Jesus went unto them, walking on the sea." 7-' — A 1 I, -— I _...'' —;A I-4-' MORNINGTON. Lord Mornington. ~- -— 6 a...... - - iF --- f- - -....- -a-:#9 -6# - - -—!- -19- $- -g M f - r iF [ - -=60. 0 Thou who didst pre-pare The, o - cean's sound-ing deep, _ _ _ _ I jt.. r =0 -a~ -~^.... --.... And bid the gath'ring wa - ters there In might-y concourse sweep; A-mEN. p Toss'd in our reeling bark Whose billows own'd th' incarnate God, On this tumultuous sea, And died in calm away. cr Thy wondrous ways, 0 Lord, we mark, mf Though swells the threatening tide, And lift our hearts to Thee. Mounting to heaven above, mf Jesus is nigh, who trod We know in whom our souls confide, Of old that foaming spray, And fearless trust His love. AMEN. Mrs. Tonna (Charlotte Elizabeth). 2 igt 9. M (Which may be used at Sea or on Land.) ABRIDGE. "I will keep thee in all places whither thou goest." Isaac Smith, 1770. L_ - _*-.#4 d -E.01 - = 92. Lord, for the just Thou dost pro - vide, Thou art their sure de - fence; mf _C __ d; I e: --- -- l - _- -I I ---i-UL — _ li-_. I-=-.___:.j_._1 1 +I- -.is...t. __ - _iE - ter - nal Wisdom is their guide, Their help, Om - ni - po-tence. A-'MEN. I.- - '...,, ~ ~ —_.-M 6~ ~t, -'-, ~.6,.l I::,r- ~r' t:: _-B- ~-,~ —q, IZe= - ~: — JL-, — __._ mf Though they through foreign lands should p And breathe the tainted air [roam, In burning climates, far from home, cr Yet Thou, their God, art there. mf Thy goodness sweetens every soil, mf Makes every country please; Thou on the snowy hills dost smile, dim And smooth'st the rugged seas. p When waves on waves, to heaven uprear'd, mf Defied the pilot's art; When terror in each face appear'd, And sorrow in each heart; To Thee I raised my humble prayer, To snatch me from the grave: I found Thine ear not slow to hear, Nor short Thine arm to save. Thou gav'st the word, the winds did cease, The storms obey'd Thy will, The raging sea was hush'd in peace, And every wave was still. For this, my life in every state, A life of praise shall be; And death, when death shall be my fate, Shall join my soul to Thee. AMEN. Joseph Addison, 1712.

Page  236 OrvinLation, or Knotitution of min utttrr. 270s L.M. EI R AT. STTRE-.1P "Let Thy priests be clothed with righteousness." I I A _ I I -., _ _ H. K. Oliver. I I I!. _ _ mf - 63.Lord pour Thy Spir-it from on high,And Thineor-dain - ed servants bless; mf-.._ _ -- -a- - -- - -&-_ - -. - - -- i- - -... I r a 9 - 4h s- u A cl - e9-x Gra-ces and gifts to each supply, And clothe Thy priests with righteousness.A-ME~. _ _ - -___-. - -__6___- -- o9_ _ -9-_, 1-t | &: l —I &OE _ -+ | -+ 1 9:-:: -- -- - C4 1F,, A_#1 — + — I.A-i ~ -! i i - i'"- 'i Fe fi i 1 mj Within Thy temple when they stand, p To love, and pray, and never faint, To teach the truth as taught by Thee, By day and night their guard to keep, cr Saviour, like stars in Thy right hand, To warn the sinner, form the saint, Let all Thy Church's pastors be. To feed Thy lambs, and tend Thy sheep. mf Wisdom, and zeal, and love impart, mf So, when their work is finish'd here, Firmness and meekness from above, They may in hope their charge resign; To bear Thy people in their heart, [love; cr So, when their Master shall appear, And love the souls whom Thou dost They may with crowns of glory shine. James Montgomery, 1835. AMEN. I271. LM. WBEHAM. "Unto every one of us is given grace according to the measure of the gift of Christ." WrA. Knapp d-96. Fa-ther of mercies, bow Thine ear, At - ten - tive to our earnest pray'r; rnf - --. -. ~~~~~ — <-~,_-E -~- I I t ~ - -%.- -' I i- — r.. I..... --- —-— '-' &P ra e- I H& 0 - ' F "~- Y - -,i - - '- s' —, — 1-(- '-<We plead for those who plead for Thee;Successful pleaders may they be. A-MEN. ^u^.tg1g I p How great their work, how vast their charge, Do Thou their anxious souls enlarge: cr Their best acquirements are our gain; mf We share the blessings they obtain. mf Clothe, then, with energy divine Their words, and let those words be Thine; To them Thy sacred truth reveal, nf Suppress their fear, inflame their zeal mf Teach them to sow the precious seed, Teach them Thy chosen flock to feed; Teach them immortal souls to gainSouls that will well reward their pain. Let thronging multitudes around Hear from their lips the joyful sound; In humble strains Thy grace implore, And feel Thy new-creating power. Let sinners break their massy chains, Distressed souls forget their pains; Let light through distant realms be spread, And Sion rear her drooping head. AMEN. Benjamin Beddome, 1787.

Page  237 ORDINATION, OR INSTITUTION. 2i72 8s. 8s. 7s. "And a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was EGELST parted, and became into four heads." =88. Come,pure hearts,in sweetest measures Sing of those who spread the treasures f, __ _ ' ----l — - -_ —.t-,. _?.. _ l - _ In the ho - ly Gos-pel shrined; Blessed tid-ings of sal - va- tion, 2 — 1I 'a! he, i: ' i:%- rjl:%%i i.: Peace on earth their pro-cla-mation, Love from God to lost mankind. A-MEN. _#__d cr d__ _: 2 mf See the Rivers four that gladden With their streams the better Eden Planted by our Lord most dear; f Christ the Fountain, these the waters; Drink, 0 Siou's sons and daughters, Drink and find salvation here. 3 mf 0, that we Thy truth confessing, And Thy holy Word possessing, Jesus, may Thy love adore; Unto Thee our voices raising, er Thee with all Thy ransomed praising, Ever and for evermore. AMEN. Robert Campbell.

Page  238 ORDINATION, OR INSTITUTION. 273. (FIRST TurE.) L.M. MENION "To proclaim the unsearchable riches of Christ." German. f - -- - d =90. Go forth, ye heralds, in My Name, Sweetly the Gos- pel trum-pet sound;.' - -,...... ---— c- W The glorious ju - bi - lee proclaim, Where'er the human race is found. A-MEN. " — f The joyful news to all impart, cr Be wise as serpents, where you go, And teach them where salvation lies; But harmless as the peaceful dove; dim With care bind up the broken heart, And let your heaven-taught conduct show And wipe the tears from weeping eyes. That ye're commission'd from above. mf Freely from Me ye have received, Freely, in love, to others give; Thus shall your doctrines be believed, And, by your labours, sinners live. AMEN. A nonymous. (SECoND TUNE.) MISSIONARY CHANT. C. Zeuner. f,,'=58. Goforth,yeher-alds, in MyName, Sweetly the Gos-pel trum-pet sound; T oi - b e r-liWeee the- -he e-, -- -i fn —. —A -A-. L ~ —~ —' --- The glorious ju - bi - lee pro-claim, Where'er the human race is found. A-MEIT. | b r r C,~ — S I The following Hymns are suitable for this Office. 137. Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire. 170. Lord of the harvest, hear. 44. How beauteous are their feet. 17l. Ye servants of the Lord.

Page  239 Ete ontccratfan of NIjsijov 274. (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. TALLTS' ORDINAL "And.He breathed on them, and said, Receive ye the Holy Ghost." T. Tallis, 1565. A I I,., _, I I.. I l -------- =... - - -- - 7=F1, - - -— 1-Ws - I —I F1B-br t>, A,, _d., t ( mf.=88. Come, Ho - ly Ghost, e - ter - nal God, Pro - ceed - ing from a - bove, mf 4_?-_ _-4- ( 2., Zrl ----r-. ^ — r -^:-f — ^ t- -- arLt_-, I 1 7 T ' T-I --- I - — _I -4 _- a+-n-2^-b +:I.I:I_. — _-H 'gI —r, ---, I ' i I __ _ - _0 -I _. _- - -- tF An t W e So Td -c 7n X A -ME -.;7 Both from the Father and the Son, The God of peace and love. A-MEN. i U_____ I _ -__| — _42 e. - _. ---g j,c _ _- T -- -L PI I I - I 1 —1, 11 vz_ - tz-F zzz i - Gr V mf Visit our minds, into our hearts Thy heavenly grace inspire; That truth and godliness we may Pursue with full desire. p mf Thou in Thy gifts art manifold, cr By them Christ's Church doth stand: In faithful hearts Thou writ'st Thy law, The finger of God's hand. mf mf According to Thy promise, Lord, Thou givest speech with grace; That, through Thy help, God's praises may Resound in every place. rnf mf 0 Holy Ghost, into our minds Send down Thy heavenly light; (SECOND TUNE.),I I........... _ _ _ -I -- - -- — _- I- T-~ C" Kindle our hearts with fervent zeal, To serve God day and night. Of strife and of dissension Dissolve, 0 Lord, the bands, And knit the knots of peace and love Throughout all Christian lands. Grant us the grace that we may know The Father of all might, That we of His beloved Son May gain the blissful sight; And that we may with perfect faith Ever acknowledge Thee, The Spirit of Father and of Son, One God in Persons Three. AMEN. The Ordinal. MEAR. __,,.,!, -, i, - 92. Come, Ho - ly Ghost, e - ter - nal God, Pro - ceed-ing from a - bove, m! f L -1 - -4- 2-2 -2- _2-.. —. -— ~-t4 -- ' ' --:: --— l' - Both from the Father and the Son, The God of peace and love. A-MEN. tt --- -o 2 — lI 10g=^ - -?!2:23, 1:^= — d?y I e... i - Pj-~ J.. -I> L-.Irf- -A ~ -p ^ ~ n ^~

Page  240 2aLthg of a mCorer.tStout. 275 L.M. WINCHESTER NEW. "May Thine eyes be opened toward this house night and day." Crasselius. Rm —. —.-:..T.. - -_-g =88.This stone to Thee in faith we lay; We build the tem-ple, Lord, to Thee; S - - -- ' t- 1- - 1 'k<s Thine eye be o - pen night and day To guard this house and sanctuary. A-mnhw. I - H- I, mf Here, when Thy people seek Thy face, Hosanna! let their angels sing, dim And dying sinners pray to live, And heaven with earth the strain prolong. p Hear Thou in heaven, Thy dwelling-place, nf But will, indeed, Jehovah deign And when Thou hearest, O forgive. Here to abide, no transient guest? mf Here, when Thy messengers proclaim Here will the world's Redeemer reign? The blessed Gospel of Thy Son, And here the Holy Spirit rest? Still by the power of His great Name mf That glory never hence depart; Be mighty signs and wonders done. Yet choose not, Lord, this house alone: f Hosanna! to their heavenly King, Thy kingdom come to every heart, When children's voices raise that song, In every bosom fix Thy throne. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1822. I O6. L.M. WAREHAM. "The glory of Lebanon shall come. unto Thee, the fir-tree, the pine-tree, and the Wm. Knapp. box together, to beautify the place of My sanctuary.".-.. -t-ti I I =-96. 0 Lord of Hosts, whose glo-ry fills The bounds of the e - ter - nal hills,! ai A ^Ae g X | r- a- |V i g r P —^ ^ —^-S 6.= - ^-^ ^ ^ t3- V' — I U P And yet vouchsafes,in Christian lands,To dwell in temples made with hands:A-ME.. mf Grant that all we, who here to-day mf To Thee they all pertain; to Thee Rejoicing this foundation lay, The treasures of the earth and sea; May he in very deed Thine own, And when we bring them to Thy throne, Built on the precious Corner-stone. We but present Thee with Thine own. mf Endue the creatures with Thy grace, mf The heads that guide endue with skill, That shall adorn Thy dwelling-place; The hands that work preserve from ill, The beauty of the oak and pine, That we, who these foundations lay, The gold and silver, make them Thine. May raise the topstone in its day. AMEN. J. JM. Neale.

Page  241 ot ontctration of ntturcte Ca 77, L.M. OLD EUNDREDTK "O go your way into'His gates with thankcsgivin, and into His courts with praise." Guil. Franc, 155i. - I i - I I i — 1- 1 -I- I_ I -f " -r;-d - - d- C. - 76. With one con - sent let all the earth To God their cheerful voi - ces raiae; - 2 _2 o- ^ _2r~ - -- _ - -—.- F I - I;:-. 1 - -I.I I- I!L. Glad hom-age pay with aw - ful mirth,And sing be-fore Him songs of praise.A-MEN. -. --- ---- _ _, _,............... mf Convinced that He is God alone, And still your grateful hymns repeat, From whom both we and all proceed; And still His Name with praises bless. We, whom He chooses for His own, The flock that He vouchsafes to feed. mf For He's the Lord, supremely good, His mercy is for ever sure: f O enter then His temple gate, cr His truth, which always firmly stood, Thence to His courts devoutly press; To endless ages shall endure. AMEN. Psalm c. 278* C.M. "I will wash my hands in innocency, 0 Lord; and so will I go to Thine Altar." S. ANN. Denby, 1686. -tz - -IL -- -92. I'll wash my hands in in - no-cence, And round Thine al - tar go; mf _._- _ _ _ -- ' j- — L ~_-__ - ou I gl-ad, I_ of t t,A,c, s. a-_s X- - d -- I ---- Pour the glad hymn of triumph thence,And thence Thy wonders show. A-MEN. I- 2 -* I W mf My thanks I'll publish there, and tell How Thy renown excels; That seat affords me most delight, In which Thine honour dwells. AMEi. Psalm xxvL * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  242 CONSECRATION OF CHtzOHES. 279 6s. 4s HBEwOOa. "The Lord said unto him, I have hallowed this house to put My Name therefor S. S. Weslyc. ever, and Mine Eyes and Mine Heart shall be there perpetually." -- _ -—, — | mf l - - -- — ~- 100. Christ is our Cor - ner - stone, On Him a - lone we build; With His true saints a -lone The courts of heav'n are fill'd, On His great love our:-~-'::'~'-~.... hopes we place, Of pre - sent grace and joys a - bove. A-MEN. f 0 then with hymns of praise These hallowed courts shall ring, Our voices we will raise The Three in One to sing; And thus proclaim In joyful song Both loud and long That glorious Name. mf Here, gracious God, do Thou For evermore draw nigh; Accept each faithful vow, p And mark each suppliant sigh: mf In copious shower On all who pray Each holy day Thy blessings pour, mf Here may we gain from heaven The grace which we implore; And may that grace, once given, Be with us evermore, p Until that day When all the blest cr To endless rest dim Are called away. AMEX. Tr. John Chantd.

Page  243 CONSECRATION OF CHURCHES. 2 0.M. DUNDEE. "Arise, 0 Lord, into Thy resting-place." Scotch Psalter, 1615. ~=88. 0 with due reverence let us all To God's a-bode re - pair; And prostrate at His footstool fall, To breathe our humble prayer. A-MEN. dim. f Arise, 0 Lord, and now possess mf Clothe Thou Thy priests with righteousThy constant place of rest; Make Thou Thy saints rejoice; [ness, Be that not only with Thy ark, And for Thy servant David's sake, But with Thy presence bless'd. Hear Thy Anointed's voice. AMEN. Psalm cxxxiL 28.M. EAR "0 pray for the peace of Jerusalem; they shall prosper that love thee." I4z2 -~ _ -— f._t —t [ a-92. 0 'twas a joy - ful sound to hear Our tribes de - vout - ly say, L _t =2 h-A '_ __. I,_ __ _i__ -_ T.,_ Up, Is- rael! to the tem -ple haste,And keep your fes - tal - day. A-MEN. mf At Salem's courts we must appear, With plenty and prosperity With our assembled powers, Thy palaces be crown'd. In strong and beauteous order ranged, mf For my dear brethren's sake, and friends Like her united towers. No less than brethren dear, f 0 ever pray for Salem's peace; I'll pray, May peace in Salem's towers For they shall prosp'rous be, A constant guest appear. Thou holy city of our God, mf But most of all I'll seek thy good, Who bear true love to thee. And ever wish thee well, mf May peace within thy sacred walls For Sion and the temple's sake A constant guest be found; Where God vouchsafes to dwell. AtEN. __ _ Palm cxxii. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  244 CONSECRATION OF CHURCHES. C;Q,. 8s. 78. REGENT SQV'AUB "Behold I lay in Zion a Chief Corner-stone, elect, precious." Henry Smart. f/ '.. I - - - - -I'-=96. Christ is made the sure founda-tion, Christ the Head and Cor - ner-stone, Cho - sen of the Lord, and pre-cious, Bind-ing all the Church in one, If- - ' -- | - - -- L -- P [ | i I -- I i - -I! - I - e mf All that dedicated city, p Here vouchsafe to all Thy servants Dearly loved of God on high, What they ask of Thee to gain, f In exultant jubilation cr What they gain from Thee for ever Pours perpetual melody; With the blessed to retain, p God the One in Three adoring f And hereafter in Thy glory cr In glad hymns eternally. Evermore with Thee to reign. of To this temple, where we call Thee, f Praise and honour to the Father, Come, 0 Lord of hosts, to-day: Praise and honour to the Son, With Thy wonted loving kindness Praise and honour to the Spirit, Hear Thy servants as they pray, Ever Three, and ever One, er And Thy fullest benediction One in might, and one in glory, Shed within its walls alway. While eternal ages run. AMEX. Sarum Breviary; Tr, J. M. Neale, 185L * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions. The follouwing Hymns are suitable for this Office. 4. Hosanna to the living Lord. 245. 0 God of hosts, the mighty Lord. 493. Jerusalem the golden. 200. Pleasant are Thy courts above. 157. Lord of the worlds above. 202. The Church's one foundation.

Page  245 283i 7s. 6s. D "Come over and help us." MISSIONARY HYMN. L. Mason. -=96. From Greenland's i - cy mountains, From In- dia's co - ral strand, mf - a,;._._ g - g -, f -- _ From man - y an ancient riv - er, From man - y a pal - my plain,. —~ They cal u toe i fr om er ror_ ' ch ai A-jf N___. They call us to de - liv - er Their land from er-ror;s chain. A-fEi. i ----- mf What though the spicy breezes Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle; Though every prospect pleases, dim And only man is,.'e: mf In vain with lavish kindness The gifts of God are strewn; p The heathen in his blindness Bows down to wood and stone. mf Shall we, whose souls are lighted With wisdom from on high; Shall we to men benighted The lamp of life deny? f Salvation, 0 salvation, The joyful sound proclaim, Till each remotest nation Has learnt Messiah's Name. jf Waft, waft, ye winds, His story, And you, ye waters, roll, Till, like a sea of glory, It spreads from pole to pole: p Till o'er our ransom'd nature The Lamb for sinners slain, cr Redeemer, King, Creator, f In bliss returns to reign. AMEN, Bishop Reginald Heber. 1819.

Page  246 MISSIONS. 28o4 LM. "He shall have dominion from sea to sea." _1_ I._ __ - I WA'RRINGTON. B. Harrison. I h _ _._ _,'=100. Je - sus shall reign where'er the sun Does His suc - ces-sive journeys run; f — l -go- ^ I,e. ^ --- p$ ^i-^ — I - -- - Ir v^ ~ ^- i % < _n y -t. _ _ _ _ -_2 la4JX! 4- H I I i His kingdom stretch from shore to shore,Till moons shall wax and wane no more.A-MExi. ' -J- I -- II-O ~-~94R N = -t —E -1;15 F71 -Nauru, -- I e=..2-2:1 - i- -2_FTVIK- rnf To Him shall endless prayer be made, f Blessings abound where'er He reigns; And praises throng to crown His head; The prisoner leaps to burst his chains, dim His Name like sweet perfume shall rise dim The weary find eternal rest, With every morning sacrifice. cr And all the sons of want are blest. mf People and realms of every tongue f Let every creature rise, and bring Dwell on His love with sweetest song; Peculiar honours to our King: p And infant voices shall proclaim Angels descend with songs again, dim Their early blessings on His Name. And earth repeat the loud Amen. AMES. Isaac Watts, 1719. 285. S.M. S. THOMAS. "That Thy way ma be known upon earth." W. Tans,r, 1768. 4! rI %"If., I i ___ I, -- i, i --- I. I — 1~ - -L, ^ no — -I -.c.mf -- — y - c- - -- r | d= 76. To bless Thy cho - sea race, In mer - cy, Lord, in- cline; I I --- Ic-_ ': [-t:-~-m......~ '~ -~,:~ ~-e ~: Ft "'2?V - -7 —S — \I ' — And cause the brightness of Thy face On all Thy saints to shine: A-MEN. t j- i __ f- T, 1 _..... mf That so Thy wondrous way f May through the world be known; While distant lands their tribute pay, And Thy salvation own. f O'let them shout and sing, mf With joy and pious mirth; For Thou, the righteous Judge and King, Shalt govern all the earth.: L I _ II L _ I - -- a, _.., ---, ---i - ---- Let differing nations join To celebrate Thy fame; Let all the world, 0 Lord, combine To praise Thy glorious Name. Then God upon our land Shall constant blessings shower; And all the world in awe shall stand Of His resistless power. AMEN. Psalm lxvi., --- * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  247 MISSIONS. 286 c.M. MARTYRDOM H. Wilson. "They shall see the glory of the Lord." -4 I= = q =__ - E_ - I I~:1ro;I I fc~i =I E ^ - - 3i _= t_4 - A-Z>mf — y- a -I- -!? r = 88. On Si -on and on Le- ba-non, On Carmel's bloom-ing height, I-'-F --- ~-8 -e-e On Sha-ron's fer - tile plains,once shone The glo - ry, pure and bright.A-MEN. 1 - -- - = -= — __ onf From thence its mild and cheering ray No sacred beams, no radiance mild, Stream'd forth from land to land; Dispel their dreary night And empires now behold its day; mf Thou, who didst lighten Sion's hill, And still its beams expand. On Carmel who didst shine, mf Its brightest splendours, darting west, Our deserts let Thy glory fill, Our happy shores illume; Thy excellence divine. Our farther regions, once unblest, my Like Lebanon, in towering pride, Now like a garden bloom; May all our forests smile; p But ah! our deserts deep and wild And may our borders blossom wide See not this heavenly light; Like Sharon's fruitful soil. AMEN. Bishop H. 7U. Onderdonk, 1826. 287, L.M. TRURO. "Awake, awake; put on strength, 0 Arm of the Lord." Charles Burney, 1814. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _4._:_- ~-. I- _.I., -=70. Arm of the Lord, a-wake, a- wake, Put on Thy strength,the nations shake; f -t ' — ~7 K ZL -' --- IAnd let the world a- dor- ing see Triumphs of mercy wrought by Thee. A-MEJ. -ttheworl-4 f Say to the heathen from Thy Throne, I am Jehovah, God alone: Thy voice their idols shall confound, And cast their altars to the ground, f Let Sion's time of favour come; O bring the tribes of Israel home; - 1 I- I I: t- - - I _ — I] Ir And let our wondering eyes behold Gentiles and Jews in Jesus' fold. f Almighty God, Thy grace proclaim In every clime, of every name; Let adverse powers before Thee fall. And crown the Saviour Lord of all. AMEN. William Shrubsole, 1795.

Page  248 MISSIONS. 288, 8s. 7. 4. "O send out They light and trtht." S. COLWMBA-NU. Walter Newport. I I. A-I -- c ---- — 4 I J: - 92. O'er the gloomy hills of darkness, Look, my soul, be still and gaze; ' - m - - --- 1 -All the prom - is - es do tra - vail With a glorious day of grace. ____/c?_. ro ff-t Sold: f -I: — l F r _ _! Blessed ju-bilee, Bless-ed ju-bilee, Let thy glo-rious morning dawn. A-meN. — a _ [ g '.. -1 Ig- -- L mf Kingdoms wide that sit in darkness, Grant them, Lord, Thy glorious light, And from eastern coast to western May ',he morning chase the night: And redemption, Freely purchased, win the day. f Fly abroad, eternal Gospel, Win and conquer, never cease: May thy lasting wide dominions Multiply, and still increase: May thy sceptre Sway the enlighten'd world around. AmI. William Williams, 1772.

Page  249 MISSIONS. 28 L.M. OLD HUNDREDTIL "O praise ye the Lord, all ye nations." Gui. Franc, 155i - - - - 3~ = —76. From all that dwell be - low the skies, Let the Cre - a-tor's praise a rise; s I --- -- ~ T-< — -,- ' -- ' --- ] - t- -1:;-, ' _ — m ' _, Ir_' -' Je - ho-vah's glorious Name be sung Thro' ev - ery land, by ev-ery tongue.A-MEN. f Eternal are Thy mercies, Lord, And truth eternal is Thy word: Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore, Till suns shall rise and set no more. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1719. 290, L.M. MISSIONARY CHANT. "To preach the acceptable year of the Lord." C. Zeuner. =-:- 1 -- I ---: - mf l= 58. Ye Christian her - aids, go, proclaim Sal -va - tion in Em-manuel's Name: _ ' - r - I I I I -e^r =2l -2 _!: 2i I o J _dTo distant climes the tidings bear, And plant the rose of Sha -ron there. A-MEN. -—. -_ — * -_9 -9- - mnf God shield you with a wall of fire, p And when our labours all are o'er, With holy zeal your hearts inspire, Then may we meet to part no more,dim Bid raging winds their fury cease, cr Meet, with the ransomed throng to fall, And calm the savage breast to peace, f And crown the Saviour Lord of all. AMEN. Mrs. Yoke. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasion.

Page  250 MISSIONS. 291. s. 6s. D. (FIBT TUNE.) "'And there shall be onefold and one shepherd." CHENIES. T. R. Matthews. Ime I —4. ia t e 1 - iJ94. Has - ten the time ap - point - ed, By prophets long fore - told, ~ m<. _~e) ~ - JWhen all shall dwell to - geth - er, One Shep-berd and one fold. -- --- -- I_ - < w - 'J ( as I-.1 ' — 1 1 Let ev -ery i - dol per - ish, To moles and bats be thrown; a_ - t ~- I J I ^~ hi ~ i — 42^-t-ig=gJ l= -b g=^-I =,i —r,i I I ~- - Ii -- And ev - ery prayer be of-fer'd o God in Christ a - lone. A-MEN. -_ - -. 3:0~"f -- ~ — -'-~ —''-~ ---- -= —'-~-?-e-, a-im:' up Let Jew and Gentile, meeting From many a distant shore, Around one altar kneeling, One common Lord adore. Let all that now divides us Remove and pass away, Like shadows of the morning Before the blaze of day. up Let all that now unites us More sweet and lasting prove, A closer bond of union, In a blest land of love. Let war be learn'd no longer, Let strife and tumult cease, er. All earth His blessed kingdom, The Lord and Prince of Peace. f 0 long-expected dawning, Come with thy cheering ray! When shall the morning brighten, The shadows flee away? O sweet anticipation! It cheers the watchers on, To pray, and hope, and labour, Till the dark night be gone. AMEN. Jane Borthwick.

Page  251 MISSIONS. 291. 7s. 6s. D. (SECOND TUNE.) MISSIONARY HYMN. "And there shall be one fold and one Shepherd." L. Mason.?nf -96. Has - ten the time ap-point - ed, By prophets long fore - told, ___ ____.. __ ______,__-_ _ _a -~ J ---.....- j ---|:_ ~_ g~. i_ ^_When all shall dwell to - geth - er, One Shep-herd and one fold. _ _ _ _ _ _|- -~- __4 Let ev - ery i - dol per - ish, To moles and bats be thrown; I.._ ~_~__ --- —-rfQ ---T —. —2 ---- -T — 2 ---.______.,_ _, _ __, _ -2 f2 2 _E-. __ And eve - ry prayer be of - fered To God in Christ a - lone. A-MEN. ~_ __ __ _ _ — I r.__,_ ___+ __2 =_tt_ -I __ __ mp Let Jew and Gentile, meeting mp Let all that now unites us From many a distant shore, More sweet and lasting prove, Around one altar kneeling, A closer bond of union, One common Lord adore. In a blest land of love. Let all that now divides us Let war be learn'd no longer, Remove and pass away, Let strife and tumult cease, Like shadows of the morning cr All earth His blessed kingdom, Before the blaze of day. The Lord and Prince of Peace. f 0 long-expected dawning, Come with thy cheering ray! When shall the morning brighten, The shadows flee away? O sweet anticipation! It cheers the watchers on, To pray, and hope. and labour, Till the dark night be gone. AMENr. Jane Borthwicc.

Page  252 M1S1 OIffS. 292i 8s. 7s. 4. MIRIAM. "And I will set My glory among the heathen." Janes Langrae. ==80. Souls in hea-then dark-ness ly- ing, Where no light has broken through, Thousand oi - eThousand oi - ces, Call us, oer the wa - ters blue. 1gi. i ' -- p Christians, hearken! None has taught them Of His love so deep and deart Souls that Je - sus bought by dy -ing, W hom His soul in tra-vail em;ewIOf the nail, the thorn, the spear; — J i m I-: - - - - - I I,-/_ Ye who know Him, mfThousand v - cesT hou sand voi - ces, Call us, o'er the wa - ters blue. A-.idings dim Let no brother's bitter chidigs ise agains, hearks when one has tandught them OfIn the preious price that bought them; From some faril, the thorn, gotten land.r; mf Lo! thGuide hillsem from their darkness drear. Haste, haste, and spreaand ther, tidn1850.gs WiThe tfollowing earth's remotest suitalend; 34. Hail to the Lord's Anoin Let no brother's bitter chidinou, whose Almighty Word. Rise against us when we stand 42. Hark, the song of jubilee. 7. Thy kingdom come, 0 God. In44. How beauteous are thatchman, tell us of thejud night From some far, forgotten land. mf LoG! the hills for harvest whiten, All along each distant shore; Seaward far the islands brighten; Light of nations! lead us o'er: When we seek them, C. F. mlexander, 1850. The following Hymns are uhite,: 34. Hlail to the Lord's Anointed. 146. Thou, whose Almighty Word. 42. Hark, the song of jubilee. 7. 7 Thy kingdom come, God. 44. How beauteous are their feet. 43. Watchman, tell us of the nigh&

Page  253 MISSIONS. 293. FOB MISSIONS TO THE NEW SETTLEMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES. 2 ' 8s. 6S. TREVES. "So shalZ they fear the Name of the Lord from the west, and His gl.yey Heinrich Isaac, 1496 from the rising of the.wn." d 88. When, Lord, to this our wes-tern land,Led by Thy pro-vi - den- tial hand. -f- I 1-_ A i _- B; - -I,-:.,, I__4_ _ I_ Our wand'ring fa-thers came, Their ancient homes,their friends in youth,..__,,_ 1, _ _ __ _ _ - -I,.-._Sent forth the heralds of Thy truth, To keep them in Thy Name. A-MEN. I: — "l —`2 _ I I 4B m o _11 mf Then, through our solitary coast, The desert features soon were lost; Thy temples there arose; Our shores, as culture made them fair, Were hallowed by Thy rites, by prayer, And blossomed as the rose. mf And 0 may we repay this debt To regions solitary yet Within our spreading land; There, brethren, from our common home, Still westward, like our fathers, roam; Still guided by Thy hand. mf Saviour, we own this debt of love: O shed Thy Spirit from above, To move each Christian breast; Till heralds shall Thy truth proclaim, And temples rise to fix Thy Name, Through all our desert west. AMEN. Bishop H. Ut. Onderdonk, 1826.

Page  254 M1ISSIONS. 2941 FOR THE JEWS. "God is able to graff them in again." Beethoven. Jr ( I - -i 1- - 1 i _ i =90. Disown'd of heaven,by man op-press'd, Outcasts from Sion's hallowed ground, ' i:'- "'. ~ - r - a Wherefore should Israel's sons,once bless'd,Still roam the scorning world around.A-MES. 0+ o 11 - -- L 4 I.. —'- t l p Lord, visit Thy forsaken race, The sever'd olive-branch again Back to Thy fold the wanderers bring, Firm to its parent-stock unite. Teach them to seek Thy slighted grace, And hail in Christ their promised King. fHail, glorious day, expected long! WhenJew and Greek one pray'r shall pour, p The veil of darkness rend in twain, With eager feet one temple throng, Which hides their Shiloh's glorious light; With grateful praise one God adore. AMEN. afib f James Joyce, 1809. 295. L.M. DARLEY. "Speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem." Wn. H. Darley. mp * - ~ -. — - = 58. High on the bending willows hung, Is - rael, still sleeps the tune - ful string? Still mute remains the n. - * -- - -i -_1,, e~. __+ sul- Ien tongue,And Si - on's song denies to sing? And Si- on's song de- nies to sing? A-MEN. J Fh -,_ II |, g..J.. mf Awake! thy loudest raptures raise; p No taunting foes the song require; Let harp and voice unite their strains; No strangers mock thy captive cha'in; Thy promised King His sceptre sways; Thy friends provoke the silent lyre, Behold, thy own Messiah reigns. And brethren ask the holy strain. p By foreign streams no longer roam, p Then why, on o bending willows hung, And,weeping,think on Jordan's flood; Israel, still sleeps the tuneful string! In every clime behold a home, Why mute remains the sullen tongue, In every temple see thy God. And Sion's song delays to sing? AMEN Anonymous.

Page  255 296, 9 6. C.M. a a. Covr "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these Mly brethren, Old Tune. ye have done it unto Me." -, _, f.- "' =-94. Fountain of good, to own Thy love Our thankful hearts incline; ^fc |-:=g:&: - f --- a -D — ' What can we ren - der, Lord, to Thee,When all the worlds are Thine? A-MEN. p But Thou hast needy brethren here, cr In them thou may'st be clothed, and fed, Partakers of Thy grace, And visited, and cheer'd. cr Whose humble names Thou wilt confess mf Thy face with reverence and with love Before Thy Father's face. We in Thy poor would see; p In their sad accents of distress p For, while we minister to them, Thy pleading voice is heard, We do it, Lord, to Thee. AMEN'. 79^- Philip Doddridge. i9 Y0* COME.(Tune "COVENTRY," above.) "Lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven." mf Rich are the joys which cannot die, In the fair fertile fields above With God laid up in store; To ample harvests grow. Treasures beyond the changing sky, mf All that my willing hands can give Brighter than golden ore. At Jesus' feet I lay; mf The seeds which piety and love Grace shall the humble gift receive, Have scatter'd here below, Abounding grace repay. AMEN. Ado Philip Doddridge. D298, S.M. AB."In the morning sow thy seed; and in the evening withhold not thine hand." L. ason. e-96. Sow in the morn thy seed; At eve hold not thy hand; mf _ _ - - - _,_ -( —9- t~ -- _ — _, -t- 597&t-o_ mf Thou know'st not which may thrive, The tender blade, the stalk, the ear, The late or early sown; And the full corn at length. Grace keeps the chosen germ alive, m Thou canst not toil in vain When and wherever strown. Cold, heat, and moist, and dry, mJ And duly shall appear, Shall foster and mature the grain In veidure, beauty, strength, For garners in the sky.' AMEN. James Mfontyonmery, 1836.

Page  256 CHABRITIES. 299. (FIRST TUNE.) S.M. TELLEPSEN "As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same T. D. A. Tellefsen, 187l one to another." mf - - 1 P -!d =88. We give Thee but Thine own, What-e'er the gift may be: f —.. - ' _ All that we have is Thine a-lone, A trust, O Lord,from Thee. A-MEN. mf May we Thy bounties thus To tend the lone and fatherless As stewards true receive, Is angel's work below. And gladly, as Thou blessest us, To Thee our first fruits give. mf The captive to release, To God the lost to bring, p 0! hearts are bruised and dead, To teach the way of life and peace, And homes are bare and cold, It is a Christ-like thing. And lambs for whom the Shepherd bled, Are straying from the fold. mf And we believe Thy word, dim Though dim our faith may be; cr To comfort and to bless, cr Whate'er for Thine we do, O Lord, To find a balm for woe, We do it unto Thee. AMEN. Bishop W. W. How, 1864. (SECOND TUNE.) CAMBRIDGE. R. Harrison. = 80. We give Thee but Thine own, What-e'er the gift may be: All I. W 1 Ii - that we have is Thine a - lone, A trust, 0 Lord, from Thee. A-ME. is m o e ung on other occon [ WI r t i- l-l^^J^T^F fT-I I Fv * Tiis Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  257 CHARITIES. 300U C.M.D. S. LEONAID. "Bear ve one another's burdens, and so fufiZ the law of Christ." H. Hiles. "t- ~ ~Z. I I- I' t5 — - -'L:- -: I ': —' - -'m~ e-80. Lord, lead the way the Sav-iour went,By lane and cell ob - scure, m -- ' ' " =1,, j==~=^ —ME ---T_ And let love's treasures still be spent, Like His, up - on the poor: 1 I _ __ Like Him through scenes of deep dis-tress, Who bore the world's sad weight, -| i _-g j - t J,.-. | 1, |H --- We, in their crowded lone - li - ness,Would seek the des - o - late. A-MEN. mp For Thou hast placed us side by side In this wide world of ill, And, that Thy followers may be tried, The poor are with us still. Mean are all offerings we can make, But Thou hast taught us, Lord, If given for the Saviour's sake, They lose not their reward AxEqN. William Oroswel.

Page  258 nltfSfi301.btf antr arbtot ettfbaI*. 301a L.M. "O come, let us sing unto the Lord; let us heartily rejoice in the strength of our salvation. "... I I. I. _ Dr. 1 TRURO. 3urney, 1814i j — I. E p —W -F. F -I I-. s4-1L = 70 0 come,loud anthems let us sing,Loud thanks to our A1- might-y King, f _ ~_ _ - 2_:.And high our grateful voi - ces raise, As our Sal-vation's Rock we praise. A-MEN. I= —:= - -- - mf Into His presence let us haste The depths of earth are in His hand, To thank Him for His favours past; Her secret wealth at His command. To Him address, in joyful songs, mf 0 let us to His courts repair, The praise that to His Name belongs. dim And bow with adoration there; mf For God, the Lord, enthroned in state, Low on our knees with reverence fall, Is with unrivaled glory great; And on the Lord our Maker call. AMEN. Psalm xcv. 302 six 7s. "Thou crotwest the year with Thy goodness." I I Dix. Conrad Kocher. * -------- --—? — — H --- —-1- -H --- —_____ - g L —^_,> I - I -a - - __ 0 96. Praise to God im - mor - tal praise, For the love that crowns our days;} -- *. Bounteous source of ev - ery joy, Let Thy praise our tongues employ; -- --...,, I. _,. I. _,,_,. ~-6 — I-1 --- I -_ l*. II _-. XLT-I —I-E-n vs, tf ~IZ\ __g I- -t 1 ____i i I IV'J t9-g IMT I _ - f3 -eg - -J " e ^- 9~ a ~ _, J- __ - -I - - -PI --—, V Ao - Io r-MN All to Thee, our God, we owe,Source whence all our blessings flow. A-MxS. I - J Id I -.- f ' —r ~ -:-l _?V:- — ~...s!~ -I~ - - I:,"-F- ':e -r --- ~ —.~ ---- '::" —Z - ~2-I mf All the blessings of the fields, All the stores the garden yields, Flocks that whiten all the plain, Yellow sheaves of ripen'd grain: er Lord, for these our souls shall raise Grateful vows and solemn praise. rnJ Clouds that drop their fattening dews, Suns that genial warmth diffuse, All the plenty summer pours, Autumn's rich, o'erflowing stores: cr Lord, for these our souls shall raise Grateful vows and solemn praise. p Peace, prosperity, and health, Private bliss and public wealth, Knowledge, with its gladdening streams, Pure religion's holier beams: cr Lord, for these ou - souls shall raise Grateful vows and solemn praise. AMEN. Anna L. Barbauld, 1773.

Page  259 THANKSGIVING ANfD HAIRVEST. 303. P.M. "O clap your hands together, all ye people; 0 sing unto God with the voice of melody." MTARENZO. J. Cruyer, 1648 mss I -1 t= ~ - -^- rq-3-i — _ --- - -— _ — |=88. Now thank we all our God, With heart and hands and voi - ces. /-~, fv -- - -- - - H-g | - l t-i- | - d Who wondrous things hath done, In whom His world re - joi ces; I -I I - -F -t- I-s - -!}_ —4_ ---- == —g —L Bp-:F=g= ---1-g o - Who from our moth-er's arms Hath bless'd us on our way _cI _e -_~ -F~- -a- - J', With countless gifts of love, And still is ours to - day. A-MEN. __ -- -- O - - I I __ -f JL, __ r ^ T i ^.^ i ^ ^ 'jf mf 0 may this bounteous God Through all our life be near us, With ever joyful hearts And blessed peace to cheer us; And keep us in His grace, And guide us when perplex'd, And free us from all ills In this world and the next. f All praise and thanks to God The Father now be given, The Son, and Him Who reigns With them in highest heaven, The One eternal God, Whom earth and heaven adore, For thus it was, is now, And shall be evermore. AMEX. M. Rinkart, 1644; Tr. C. WVinkworth. 1855,.

Page  260 THANKSGIVING AND HARVEST. QO,4 FOR PUBLIC MERCIES AND DELIVERANCES. 304m (FIRST TUNE.) L.M. PARK STREET. "Let the people praise Thee, 0 God." F. M. A. Venua, 11O0. af- - - _ d c -4 si -- 96. Sal - va - tion doth to God be - long, His power and grace shall mf - i-6 $-g -- _1 — -.- -- - -_be our song; From Him a- lone all mercies flow, His arm a-lone sub"N, J jr- a ---r~e' duesthe foe, His arm a - lone sub - dues the foe. A- MEN. _,_-t2~ _-...- I.,.,s,. _ —,_ —~~,~-, - _'' -,omf Then praise this God, who bows His ear mf 0 may this goodness lead our land, Propitious to His people's prayer; Still saved by Thine Almighty hand, dim And though deliverance He may stay, The tribute of its love to bring Yet answers still in His own day. To Thee,our Saviour and our King.AMEN. Philip Doddridge. (SECOND TUNE.) MOZART. From Mozart. mfj -96. Sal - va - tion doth to God be - long, His pow'r and grace shall be our song;,S $,H I.... I.. 42 - t1 I, - - [ I v - I, I - ' -eq From Him a - lone all mercies flow, His arm a - lone sub-dues the foe. A-MEN.. / -,-!! --- _ ^*;_u ~-f-^T ' e r g'~^^ f-~??__~t_~~_T-~~ % ~-B

Page  261 THANKSGIVING AND HARVEST. 305. (FIST TUNE.) 7s. "Who givethfood to all flesh; for His mercy endureth for ever." X % a -- -I -,. II 1 _4 I I_ MONKLANID J. B. Wilkes. I - iI i - = -C_ — -- - {Et - - -I -C-._' —6ia - --- - I f l- - a -- lc -- --- = 96.Praise, 0 praise our God and King! Hymns of a - dor - a - tion sing; f - - - _ - -_' __- 4- _. - -L -" -E s - D __ For His mer-cies still en - dure, Ev - er faith-ful, ev - er sure. A-METN. a^ L ^j _ ___ mf Praise Him that He made the sun Day by day his course to run; f For His mercies still endure, Ever faithful, ever sure: p And the silver moon by night, Shining with her gentle light; f For His mercies still endure, Ever faithful, ever sure. mf Praise Him that He gave the rain To mature the swelling grain; f For His mercies still endure, Ever faithful, ever sure. mf And hath bid the fruitful field Crops of precious increase yield; (SECOND TUNE.) $ --- 1I I -- -T - '' - - f For His mercies still endure, Ever faithful, ever sure. f Praise Him for our harvest-store, He hath fill'd the garner-floor; For His mercies still endure, Ever faithful, ever sure: p And for richer Food than this, cr Pledge of everlasting bliss; f For His mercies still endure, Ever faithful, ever sure. f Glory to our bounteous King! Glory let creation sing! Glory to the Father, Son, And blest Spirit, Three in One. AMEN. Henry W. Baker, 1861. VIENNA J. H. Knecht. _= _ _-I-, -,: — I-I' Ij I -rw a I — -I _I- Aa e I -,^-a~g ^-^ ^= -.,-g=-4= g Ei 'E4-^AJ \-I F I I -6l- -eq- -& - C;&'f -!y -- Io -- |<- =96. Praise, 0 praise our God and King! Hymns of a - dor - a - tion sing; 1 f _ -_ - - - - 2 T | --- —_ Ir i %I- -^- ki ^"9 1 For His mer-cies still en-dure, Ev - er faithful, ev - er sure. A-MEN ^-u-42 -4 - ffi- * —2 ov^^ -e5 &-^ CAE V - ". 7-9- - - - - tI II, I -_ " - I — Ii- I I I --- -

Page  262 306. 7. D. THANKSGIVNG AND HARVEST. 8. CEORGE'S WINDSOR "They joy before Thee, according to the joy in harvest." a. J. Elvey. __.., ------—,-T ---- I- -_I_-_-__i _-.- l ---= 100. Come, ye thankful peo-ple, come, Raise the song of Har-vest home; f --- -I- 1-,_ All is safe -ly gath-ered in, Ere the win-ter storms be - giu; God, our Mak - er, doth pro-vide For our wants to be sup-plied; -~.. -m....,I — 1 ~-. _ ~ — _ _~- ~ ~-.g- t ---— ==-.-. — f '11 Come to God's own temple, come, Raise the song of Har-vest home. A-MEN., ~- —._-e. - -,, — ~ --, - -,,- -'-I - " - -1,',,',- I - I, 1 I - - * i~ ---] mf All the world is God's own field, Fruit unto His praise to yield; Wheat and tares together sown, Unto joy or sorrow grown: First the blade, and then the ear, Then the full corn shall appear: p Lord of harvest, grant that we Wholesome grain and pure may be. mf For the Lord our God shall come, And shall take His harvest home: From His field shall in that day All offences purge away; p Give His angels charge at last In the fire the tares to cast, f But the fruitful ears to store In His garner evermore. mf Even so, Lord, quickly come To Thy final Harvest-home: cr Gather Thou Thy people in, Free from sorrow, free from sin; f There for ever purified, In Thy presence to abide: Come with all Thine angels, come, Raise the glorious Harvest-home. AMEx. Dean Henry Alford, 184.

Page  263 National.tf titbalt, 307 6. 4s. Li DAaWALL. "Praise ye the LName of the Lord; praise Him, 0 ye servants of the Lord." John Darwall, 175( - 100. Be - fore the Lord we bow, The God who reigns a - bove, And Im_ — _ -'_- - Mf,, - __ -_ __ - - __-__L-i4E ii* rules the world be - low,Boundless in power and love; Our thanks we _-T ja i i _-1- e Adi__ -1 __ -^- i. a ___ _ _c.... bring In joy and praise Our hearts we raise To heaven's high King. A-MEN. -f! -- _ mf The nation Thou hast blest May well Thy love declare, From foes and fears at rest, Protected by Thy care, For this fair land, For this bright day,, Our thanks we payGifts of Thy hand. mf May every mountain height, Each vale and forest green, Shine in Thy word's pure light, And its rich fruits be seen! f May every tongue Be tuned to praise, And join to raise A grateful song. f Earth! hear thy Maker's voice, The great Redeemer own, Believe, obey, rejoice, And worship Him alone; mnf Cast down thy pride, Thy sin aepiore, And bow before The Crucified. f And when in power He comes, 0 may our native land, From all its rending tombs, Send forth a glorious band; A countless throng Ever to sing To heaven's high King Salvation's song. AMEN. Francis S. Key, 1832.

Page  264 NATIONAL FESTIVALS. 308 P.M. MANZO. "This God is our Godfor ever and ever." J. Cruger, 168 -4-S f 1 ---] =88. Lord God, we wor-ship Thee! In loud and hap- py cho- rus; IA', _f _! -1- -. F- iWe praise Thy love and power, Whose good-ness reign-eth o'er us, -,- - I r _ _ _ - ~ __ _.' To heaven our song shall soar, For ev er shall it be.r rJ _::., ' - T. -< r- _ _ _. For Thou our land defendest; p Thou didst indeed chastise us: dim Thou pourest down Thy grace, Yet still Thy anger spares, And strife and war Thou endest. And still Thy mercy tries us: cr Since golden peace, 0 Lord, cr Once more our Father's hand Thou grantest us to see, Doth bid our sorrows flee, Our land, with one accord, And peace rejoice our land: Lord God, gives thanks to Thee Lord God, we worship Thee! J. Frank, 1653; Tr. C. Winkworth, 1862. AMEN,

Page  265 NATIONAL FESTIVALS. 309. (FIRST TumI.) 6. 4s. AMERriA. "Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord." Henry Carey. _ - Z- -,,,. d 80. God bless our na - tive land! Firm may she ev - er stand, Thro'storm and f -- - -- - -e —2- -4- 1 -w-. U;. - _ ~ - I, -'-, --- ~ - v dim-o-. cr night; When the wild temp-ests rave, Ru -ler of winds and wave, dim -_- -=Do Thou our coun-try save By Thy great might. A - MEN. i ~. ~-L-. -. —~__ —j - - - f For her our prayer shall rise To God, above the skies; On Him we wait; Thou who art ever nigh, Guarding with watchful eye, cr To Thee aloud we cry, ff God save the State. AMEN. Tr. by Chas. T. Brooks. (SEomND TUNs.) OLIV:ET. I ' 80. God bless our native land!Firm may she ever stand Thro'storm and night;When the wild f dim - -. --- - ~ — -— 0' - - - 1- -,0'~I-T tempests rave,Ruler of winds and wave,Do Thou our country save By Thy great might.A-MsEN. - -r _ 4 j _:- 9_. o ~ ~ -- ~ -- e4 r — "'-S S - =E- -- - tl C j I17 - it=t

Page  266 3103 8s.7s. j, a4 at o oi o a n an o "O Low'd, hear; 0 Lord, forgive; 0 Lord, hearken and do." DRESDEN, German.,-80. Dread Je - ho - vah, God of na-tions, From Thy tem-ple in the skies, mf - r I. d - -I - _ i - -HarTeoesup- Nowf i - r- -- m Hear Thy people's sup-pli-cations, Now for, their de - liverance rise: A -MEN. didm _ ie ~-747=:?' —. --- —l-.? ---,_9_, -4rt?, =! -r — d- -s-A h- I I i * * I I i I. p Lo, with deep contrition turning, Thou hast mercy more abounding, Humbly at Thy feet we bend; Jesus' blood can cleanse from all. Hear us, fasting, praying, mourning, Hear us, spare us, and defend. cr Let that love veil our transgression, Let that blood our guilt efface: mf Though our sins, our hearts confounding, mf Save Thy people from oppression, Long and loud for vengeance call, Save from spoil Thy holy place. AMEN. Anonymous, 1804. 311. C.M. S. MARY. "O Lord, correct me, but with judgment." Playford's Psalter, 1671. ax! I C IEI- =-s —' --- I "X i=-69. Al - might-y Lord, be - fore Thy throne Thy mourning peo - pie bend; P 'Tis on Thy pardoning grace a - lone Our fail - ing hopes de-pend. A-MEN. - - - -- t >Tw1' -S1 A x I I t I --- _s t #T-C M-, p Dark judgments, from Thy heavy hand, Thy dreadful power display; Yet mercy spares our guilty land, And still we live to pray. p How changed, alas! are truths divine For error, guilt, and shame! What impious numbers, bold in sin, Disgrace the Christian name! I ' r I I I I I I cr 0 turn, turn us, mighty Lord Convert us by Thy grace; Then shall our hearts obey Thy word, And see again Thy face. cr Then, should oppressing foes invade, We will not yield to fear, Secure of all-sufficient aid, When Thou, 0 God, art near. AMExT, Anne Steele, 175f

Page  267 NATIONAL FASTS. 312. L.M. QUEB. "The Lord shall give His people the blessing of peace." Henry Bake. -_. L -98. 0 God of love, 0 King of peace, Make wars throughout the world to cease; t 1 _ +t-4 sl ------ -— 1-r —t )z:z - _::_ ~ fa The wrath of sin-ful man re-strain, Give peace,O God,give peatb a -gain. A -MBw. '-<e- d 'im J~'[ '~ ' g - - "- --. - m/ Remember, Lord, Thy works of old, None ever called on Thee in vain, The wonders that our fathers told, dim Give peace, 0 God, give peace again. Remember not our sin's dark stain, dim Give peace, 0 God, give peace again. p Where saints and angels dwell above, All hearts are knit in holy love; mf Whom shall we trust but Thee, 0 Lord? 0 bind us in that heavenly chain, Where rest but on Thy faithful word? Give peace,0 God,give peace again.AMEN. Henry W. Baker, 1851. 313 L.M. WARRINGTON. "God be merciful unto us, and bless us, and show us the light of His countenance." B. Harrison. -, ---- Or 9L _J1- _ -...g - —... - 96. Now may the God of grace and power At -tend His people's humble cry; ieoll,i;.. -.. _ ",- r-,,,"f I Defend them in the need-ful hour, And send de-liverance from on high.A-MEN. | -..... I-< f F~- t I — of In His salvation is our hope; Our surest expectations are And in the Name of Israel's God, From Thee, the Lord of heavenly hosts. Our troops shall lift their banners up, Our navies spread their flags abroad. nf Then save us, Lord, from slavish fear, And let our trust be firm and strong, rf Some trust in horses train'd for war, Till Thy salvation shall appear, And some of chariots make their boasts; And hymns of peace conclude our song. Isaac Watts, 1719. AMEN.

Page  268 sawflp ZROV0)(V* 314. Six8 JU * ".sk, and it shall be given you." I I'-, BROWNELL Haydn. I I _ 1 '_. I,.l m -m - - - _ - =- 88. When,streaming from the eastern skies, The morning light salutes mine eyes. mf _V 2_ 3| J -- A -- -e _ O Sun of Right-eous-ness di - vine, On me with beams of mer-cy shine; __. - I _ ',, — — " -:_ I, = I-I I Chase the dark clouds of guilt away,And turn my darkness in - to day. A-MEN. r//-'2 mf When to heaven's great and glorious King My morning sacrifice I bring, And, mourning o'er my guilt and shame, dim Ask mercy in my Saviour's Name, p Then, Jesus, sprinkle with Thy blood, And be my Advocate with God. mf As every day Thy mercy spares Will bring its trials and its cares, O Saviour, till my life 'hall end, Be Thou my counsellor and friend: Teach me Thy precepts, all divine, And be Thy great example.ine. p When pain transfixes every part, Or languor settles at the heart; When on my bed, diseased, opprest, I.turn and sigh, and long for rest; O great Physician, see my grief, And grant Thy servant sweet relief. p Should poverty's consuming blow Lay all my worldly comforts low; And neither help nor hope appear, My steps to guide, my heart to cheer; Lord, pity and supply my need, For Thou on earth wast poor indeed. mf Should Providence profusely pour Its various blessings on my store; O keep me from the ills that wait On such a seeming prosperous state: From hurtful passions set me free, And humbly may I walk with Thee, dim When each day's scenes and labours close, And wearied nature seeks repose, With pardoning mercy richly blest, p Guard me, my Saviour, while I rest, cr And as each morning sun shall rise, O lead me onward to the skies. p And at my life's last setting sun, My conflicts o'er, my labours done, Jesus, Thine heavenly radiance shed, pp To cheer and bless my dying bed; cr And from death's gloom my spirit raise, To see Thy face and sing Thy praise. W. Shrubsole, 1813. AMEI

Page  269 FAMILY WORSHIP. 315*. S.M. BOYLSTON "Forwe are members one of another. " L. Mason. - 69. Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts in Je " sus' love:. m I t - i | 4 4 - I 1: -- __f - — _ - The fel-low-ship of Christian minds Is like to that a - bove. A-MEN. _ _i9- - 0_ +. g - - mf Before our Father's throne p When we at death must part, We pour united prayers; - Not like the world's, our pain; Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one; cr But one in Christ, and one in heart, Our comforts and our cares. We part to meet again. p We share our mutual woes, mf From sorrow, toil, and pain, Our mutual burdens bear; And sin, we shall be free; And often for each other flows, And perfect love and friendship reign The sympathizing tear. Throughout eternity. AMEN. John Fawcett, 1772. 31GuC.M. O wia C.M. PETERBOROUGH. "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help." B. Harrison, 1786. tr, -- ^r\- J --- -' ---- j-60. To Si -on's hill I lift my eyes, From thence ex- pect-ing aid: Mf — 0 T _ _ 4 —.... - I. From Si-on's hill and Si-on's God, Who heaven and earth has made. A-MEN.?mf lie will not let thy foot be moved, Where neither sun nor moon shall thee Thy Guardian will not sleep; By day or night molest. Behold, the God who slumbers not Will favoured Israel keep. cr At home, abroad, in peace, in war, Thy God shall thee defend; p Sheltered beneath the Almighty's wings, Conduct thee through life's pilgrimage, Thou shalt securely rest, Safe to thy journey's end. AMES. Psalm cxxi. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  270 FAMILY WORSHIP. 317 * (FIRST TUNE.) 6s. D. BELH. "There remaineth therefore a rest for the people of GodE." Francois de la FeillUe -. I I. II. 1 1 i== ----- I _ — =__~I_.____s__ I -— ~ 9 ----B_. I ~ -__ - iy L - & o a. _ ^ — -. -- 88. There is a bless-ed home Be - yond this land of woe, -- W -1 _ -- - - -- t- -- - _.I - 6t — '- 777;J 1;J -- -. I - -7 Where trials - er come, Nor tears of sor- row low; Where tri - als nev - er come, Nor tears of sor-row flow;, tI_ ~ z _ _ ~ 7 _ - _- --- - -- -T- - 1 -' -. — _ ---- I -- i --- T I - _ _ ir -- r ~ — r -?........ /1' _Ii —. cr t Where faith is lost in sight, And pa- tient hope is crown'd, cr - --... And ev - er - last-ing light Its glo - ry throws a - round. A-MEN.,_ _ -1- -— g1 p There is a land of peace, mf To give to Him the praise Good angels know it well; Of every triumph won, cr Glad songs that never cease cr And sing through endless days Within its portals swell; The great things He hath donel mf Around its glorious throne Ten thousand saints adore mf Look up, ye saints of God, Christ, with the Father One, Nor fear to tread below And Spirit, evermore. The path your Saviour trod p Of daily toil and woe; f 0 joy all joys beyond, cr Wait but a little while To see the Lamb who died, In uncomplaining love, p And count each sacred wound mf His own most gracious smile In hands, and feet, and side; Shall welcome you above. AMEW. Henry IV. Baker, 1861. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  271 FAMILY WORSHIP. 317. (SECOND TUNE.) 6s.D. S. MABGaAE " There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God." = 96. There is a bless-ed home Be - yond this land of woe, -Z- r t * —A --- —-- t -'.., -' ----t - -I- t.. I - -.- a I Where tri - als nev - er come, Nor tears of sor - row flow; '' — _I_ _$_ _ C11 -Where faith is lost in sight, And pa-tient hope is crown'd, ~ c n ' ' ^w,,^~..2.- ____-~'~ — And ev - er-last-ing light Its glo - ry throws a- round. A-MEN. p There is a land of peace, f O joy all joys beyond, Good angels know it well; To see the Lamb who died. cr Glad songs that never cease p And count each sacred wound Within its portals swell; In hands and feet and side; mj Around its glorious throne rnf To give to Him the praise Ten thousand saints adore Of every triumph won, Christ, with the Father One, cr And sing through endless days And Spirit, evermore. The great things He hath done, mf Look up, ye saints of Gou, Nor fear to tread below The path your Saviour trod p Of daily toil and woe; cr Wait but a little while In uncomplaining love. mf His own most gracious smile Shall welcome you above. AMEN. Henry W. Baker, 1861. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  272 FAMILY WOBSIITP. 31 a~ (Fn~~ TUNE.) L before Mie, and be thoueperfect." HEBRox. L. Mason, 1830. 61 I __ I. I - - i __ I __ I I - V W C.-, I'!;. a - M f __ 4,4=54. Forth in Thy Name, 0 Lord,I go, My dai -ly la -hour to pur -sue; I I - - __ Vi r ' —.Thee, on-ly Thee,resolved to know In all I think,or speak,or do. A - MENf. - a id l-, l 11 -1 re I! O-V - TI -..!q - " L I -,.!P. 5th_ I- I f The task Thy wisdom hath assigned 0 let me cheerfully fulfil; In all my works Thy presence find, And prove Thy good and perfect will. p Thee may I set at my right hand, Whose eyes my inmost substance see; And labour on at Thy command, And offer all my works to Thee. (SEcoND TuNE.) cr Give me to bear Thy easy yoke, And every moment watch and pray;: f And still to things eternal look, And hasten to Thy glorious day. mf Fain would I still for Thee employ Whate'er Thy bounteous grace hath given, Would run my course with even joy, And closely walk with Thee to Heaven. Charles Wesley, 1749. AMEN. BoNN. Beethoven. ~1OO. Forth in Thy Name, 0 Lord, I go, My dal-ly la-hour to pur -sue; ns -! __ - _1110 i 11, __ i --- I f:2 - 9- _2V 1 I. - -1 - - I I - -.1 -., I I - cr ~i Thee, on - ly Thee, resolved to know In all Ithink or speak, or do. A -MEN. _ _ _ _ _ -2. I I I * This Hymn may also be 8ung' on other occasio..

Page  273 FAMILY WORSHIP. 3191* Six 8s. "Whoso dwelleth under the defence of the Most High, shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty." NEWCOURT. H. Bond, 1790 1-._ d-54. He that has God his guard-ian made Shall un - der the Al - mf _ — -i2 P.S 1 - might- y's shade Se- cure and un - dis-turbd a - bide: Thus!._ _; _ -,- I~.. -~-' f-,-. -0 - - l i --- to my soul of Him Ill say, He is my fort - ress P- | _ _- _ — ~- - ^,- -|- - - __._ -— J — - I-. --—,-1-, — - and my stay, My God, in whom I will con - fide A-MEN. I — _7 I p His tender love and watchful care Shall free thee from the fowler's snare, And from the noisome pestilence; mf He over thee His wings shall spread, And cover thy unguarded head; His truth shall be thy strong defence. f/Because, with well-placed confidence, Thou mak'st the Lord thy sure defence, Thy refuge, even God most high; Therefore no ill on thee shall come, Nor to thy heaven-protected home Shall overwhelming plagues draw nigh. Psalm xci. AMEN.. * Thwi Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  274 FAMILY WORSHIP. 320. S 8 SWITZERLAND. German. "O God, Thou art my God; early will I seek Thee." J=88. 0 God, my gra-clous God, to Thee. My morn- ing - ' o 1- _1 _ pray'rs shall of - fer'd be, For Thee my thirs- ty soul doth pant; p... -'- -a -,'1 --- - -...-' My faint-ing flesh im - plores Thy grace, As in a dry and byr~~,,- L~n ac W,- -e- — F te-r- wat A-r bar - ren place, Where I re - fresh-ing wa - ters want. A-xEn. — t- = ___ ~ -:. - _ ~ - =-s i-7 --- — - ^ mf 0 to my longing eyes once more That view of glorious power restore, Which Thy majestic house displays: Because to me Thy wondrous love Than life itself does dearer prove, My lips shall always speak Thy praise. mf My life, while I that life enjoy, In blessing God I will employ, With lifted hands adore His Name: As with its choicest food supplied, My soul shall be full satisfied, While I with joy His praise proclaim. p When down I lie, sweet sleep to find, Thou, Lord, art present to my mind, And when I wake in dead of night, Because Thou still dost succour bring, Beneath the shadow of Thy wing I rest with safety and delight. AMEI. Psalm liii

Page  275 FAMIL Y WORSHIP. 03`91 * 321 L.M. GACE CHURCH. "Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising." Pleyel. ^ -— 2 --- —-'-_f- ' b-3-~ --- —— tl ~_ --- —: ---_ _ zzj- I -?= —92. Up to the hills I lift mine eyes, Th'eter-nal hills be-yond the skies; -mf- i ei '- - --, _ _ — - -------:-g g: -{ Thence all her help my soul derives, There my Almighty Re - fuge lives. A-MEN. L_ - ~- L- __ t a__ _?-L mf He lives-the everlasting God, dim He spreads the evening veil, and keeps That built the world, that spread the flood; The silent hours while Israel sleeps. dim The heavens with all their hosts He made, And the dark regions of the dead. f Israel, a name divinely blest, MIay rise secure, securely rest; mf He guides our feet, He guards our way; Thy holy Guardian's wakeful eyes His morning smiles bless all the day: Admit no slumber nor surprise. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1719. 322. a.,. MAOAH. "Except the Lord build the house, their labour is but lost that build it."n 'rom Rossini. mf -- -- — a -90.We build with fruit-less cost, un- less The Lord the pile sus -tain; ]g W ~ z ~ o-,, ',:, 1.'OL,. Un - less the Lord the ci - ty keep, The watchman wakes in vain. A - MEN.:~ —:-i-, -a-9 -mf In vain we rise before the day, mf Supplies of life, with ease to them, And late to rest repair, le on His saints bestows; Allow no respite to our toil, He crowns their labours with success, And eat the bread of care. Their nights with safe repose. AMEN, Psalm cxxvii. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  276 FAMIL Y WORSHIP. 32 1 (FIRSTl TuNEI.) P.M. ssx "Our eyes wait upon the Lord our God." E. J. Hopkina, MP i=80. When I can trust my all with God, In tri - al's fear-ful hour, Bow all resign'd, be - neath His rod, And bless His chastening power, Crr A joy springs up a - mid distress, A fountain in the wild - er-ness. A-MEw. mf 0 blessed be the Hand that gave, Still blessed when it takes; Blessbd be HIe Who smites to save, Who heals the heart He breaks: Perfect and true are all His ways, Whom heaven adores and death obeys. AMEi. Jodiah Conder, 18i8. (SxcoxD TuNs) PALMYRA. J. Summers. mp -88. When I can trust my all with God, In tri-al's fear-fui hour, Bow, ail re-sign'd, be-neath His rod, And bless His chastening pow'r,Ajoy springs a -mid dis-tress, A fountain in tho wil - der-ness. A-MEw. Th H may aoeunonoth I er occas ThI7is Hymnl may also be 8ung on other occasion.s

Page  277 FAMILY WORSHIP. 324. (FIRST TUNE.) L.M. HUMTLNY. "This God is our God for ever and ever." S. P. Tuckermam d-60. My God,how end-less is Thy love Thy gifts are ev - ery eve-ning new, tI ---- I -] _ _ And morning mer-cies from a-bove Gen-tly dis-til, like ear - ly dew. A-MEN. p Thou spread'st the curtain of the night, Great Guardian of my sleeping hours; cr Thy sovereign word restores the light, And quickens all my drowsy powers. mf I yield my powers to Thy command, To Thee I consecrate my days; Perpetual blessings from Thy hand Demand perpetual songs of praise. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709. (SECOND TUNE.) CONWAY, T. P. Murphy. V_-___L ' oV- ~,- F":::' ~ — ~. —,p -2 = 88. My God, how endless is Thy love I Thy gifts are ev: ery eve-ning new, 1 I 1: —1 --- — --- I _ j^ r ^ - "-^ g, _-i _ And morning mercies from a-bove Gen - tly dis - til, like ear-ly dew. A-M EN. J fi = 000 ~ uI.....

Page  278 FAMILY WORSHIP. 325. L.M. RIVAUX. "I have set God always before me." J. B. Dykes. -7r - > -s-o- -- Tt r-, s -— _ — a~ mf 91 84. Sav-iour, when nigllt involves the skies, My soul, a - dor-ing,turns to Thee; dmf I r ---ArsB _A- - a m _ w, _., X I I I _ _. Thee, self-a-based in mor-tal guise,And wrapt in shades of death for me. A - MEN. dinz - --, _ mf On Thee my waking raptures dwell, Thee, throned in glory's endless blaze, When crimson gleams the east adorn, Thee, Lord of lords and King of kings. Thee, Victor of the grave and hell, Thee, Source of life's eternal morn. p O'er earth, when shades of evening steal, To death and Thee my thoughts I give; mf When noon her throne in light arrays, To death, whose power I soon must feel, To Thee my soul triumphant springs; To Thee, with whom I trust to live. Thomas Gisborne, 1803. AMEN. 326. C.M. COVENTRY. " 0 Lord, Thou art our God." Old Tune. i Ll: C I 1:-,:. —:_ I. I _. ~. - k ----S. I-90.God of our fa - thers, by whose hand Thy peo - pie still are blest,!| m -s- -9- -.-,,_- _ -— I - I.... Be with us thro' our pil - grimage; Con-duct us to our rest. A-MEN. 0i - 7-T__ mf Through each perplexing path of life And at our Father's loved abode Our wandering footsteps guide; Our souls arrive in peace. Give us each day our daily bread, And raiment fit provide. mf Such blessings from Thy gracious hand Our humble prayers implore; rf 0 spread Thy sheltering wings around, And Thou. the Lord, shalt be our God, Till all our wanderings cease, And portion evermore. AMEN. Philip Doddridge, 1736. * This Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  279 FAMILY WORSHIP. 327i S.M. S. ALBAN. "Boast not thyself of to-morrow." R. R. Chope. mf - 94. To - mor-row, Lord, is Thine, Lodged in Thy sovereign hand; — '- _ 1 __,, __ _ - reignmf --- -a- -_ — 1 - - -f -- And if its sun a - rise and shine, It shines by Thy command. A- MEN. -6 - -fp The present moment flies, cr One thing demands our care; And bears our life away; O be it still pursued, cr O make Thy servants truly wise, Lest, slighted once, the season fair That they may live to-day. Should never be renew'd. p Since on this winged hour mf To Jesus may we fly, Eternity is hung, Swift as the morning light, Waken, by Thine Almighty power Lest life's young golden beam should die The aged and the young. In sudden, endless night. AMEN. Philip Doddridge. 328D L.M. HEBRON. "The Lord preserveth me." L. Mason, 1830. K mf -o i, ii =-54. A - rise, my soul, with rapture rise, And, fill'd with love and fear, a - dore mf _: S 2 2 _.'-~_o: -— ~ —~ -? ~~ --, — -I- I E - T I II ^ I - _ I I I _ I I I I. I V I I I - a_ a i "). —:. i i " L,-:p-w- a i - -_._ The awful Sovereign of the skies,Whose mercy lends me one day more.A - MEN. mf And may this day, indulgent Power, p And will He deign to lend an ear, Not idly pass, nor fruitless be; When I, poor sinful mortal, pray? dim But may each swiftly-flying hour cr Yes, boundless goodness! He will hear, Still nearer bring my soul to Thee. Nor cast the meanest wretch away. p But can it be? That Power Divine mf Then let me serve Thee all my days, Is thrcned in light's unbounded blaze; And may my zeal with years increase: And countless worlds and angels join For pleasant, Lord, are all Thy ways, To swell the glorious song of praise. And all Thy paths are paths of peace. Samuel J. Smith. AMEN shis Hymn may also be sung on other occasions.

Page  280 MORNING. 329. (FIRsT TUNE.) L.M. MELCCMBE. "His compassionsfail not; they are new every morning." Samuel Webbe. - I, -1 ~ - T - 1 -g-~-.,-[j - 88. New ev - ery morning is the love Our wak-ing and up - ris-ing prove; m f I I l l -- I&~ —~~-: —trd-d — _:- -_ I ~ / I- /e 1P-. - - G, F -- Thro' sleep and darkness safely brought,Restored to life,and power,and thought. A-mE.. -I.-X — E __.. i -I -, i -' ____ 0_,Q__. ^ - ' ^ --—.- -- -- — ^- -~- ~S___ _- ^~: --— a~~ ~__~b~-g- -~~gJ,- ~___~ TI1 -I -I -- - 71 _-1 I I -— ~~I I- -- --- -- a - r - - —. -T -- - ~.- X a ' w r A~lq- -- _~ V _ -- ~ rr '' ri ' ' mp New mercies, each returning day, mf The trivial round, the common task, Hover around us while we pray; Will furnish all we ought to ask: New perils past, new sins forgiven, Room to deny ourselves: a road New thoughts of God, new hopes of heaven. To bring us daily nearer God. mf If on our daily course our mind p Only, 0 Lord, in Thy dear love Be set to hallow all we find, Fit us for perfect rest above; New treasures still of countless price, cr And help us this, and every day God will provide for sacrifice. mf To live more nearly as we pray. AMEN. John Keble, 1827. (SECOND TUNE.) SWEDEN. Jfeury Hiles. =I 94. New ev-ery morn-ing is the love Our waking and up - ris - ing prove; ~f — 2, -?_ — 4 — --, -,, -,, - ] t Thro' sleep and darkness safely brought, Restored to life,and power,and thought..AMEI. ': a., - 1 -' < - = T a q ado> -- I fr

Page  281 MORNING. 330. P.M Guil. Franc, 1552. "In Thy Light shall we see Zight." _ I I I ==O.Come,my soul, thou must be wak -ing, Now is break-ing O'er tha mf - - f earth an - oth-er day: Come, to Him who made this splen-dour, ___ " | I - __f __.- i _ See thou ren - der All thy fee- ble strength can pay. A - MEN. - ___ __ ____i- ______-___ i P, I I I' I f Gladly hail the sun returning: Ready burning Be the incense of thy powers: p For the night is safely ended; God hath tended With His care thy helpless hours, mnf Pray that He may prosper ever Each endeavour, When thine aim is good and true; f But that He may ever thwart thee, And convert thee, When thou evil wouldst pursue. p Think that He thy ways beholdeth, He unfoldeth Every fault that lurks within; mf He the hidden shame glossed over Can discover, And discern each deed of sin. p Mayest thou on life's last morrow Free from sorrow, Pass away in slumber sweet; cr And released from death's dark sadness, Rise in gladness, f That far brighter Sun to greet. p Only God's free gifts abuse not, Light refuse not, But His Spirit's voice obey; cr Thou with Him shalt dwell, beholding Light enfolding All things in unclouded day. if Glory, honour, exaltation, Adoration, Be to the eternal One: To the Father, Son, and Spirit Laud and merit, While unending ages run. AMEN. Von Canitz, 1654; Tr. Dr. Arnold, 1838.

Page  282 MORNINtG. 331, Six 7s. (FIRST TUNE.) RATISBON. "Unto you that fear My Name shall the Sun of Righteousness arise." J. Neander, 1679. f TO-#= GJ O J - ----: _=88.Christ,whose glo - ry fills the skies, Christ, the true, the on - ly light,,,,...........l..._ ^r --- s -s?'-^ 1-2?- -z?' ~- ^ ^{[ cy Sun of Righteous-ness, a- rise! Triumph o'er the shades of night; -8 — * — 1I Mi X- - I~ - '^I I -, I Day-spring from on high, be near; Day-star, in my heart ap-pear. A-MEN. dim -':, -- i-i fI —, --- I X I '."1 —I _ -_ _ ____ 2 p Dark and cheerless is the morn Unaccompanied by Thee; Joyless is the day's return, cr Till Thy mercy's beams I see; Till they inward light impart, Glad my eyes, and warm my heart. p Visit then this soul of mine; Pierce the gloom of sin and grief; Fill me, Radiancy Divine; Scatter all my unbelief; cr More and more Thyself display, Shining to the perfect day. AMIN. Charles Wesley, 1740.

Page  283 Ml ORNING. 331. Six 7s. (SECOND TUNE.) Lux PRIMA. C. Gounod. "Unto you that fear My Name shall the Sun of Righteousness arise." - -88. Christ, whose glo-ry fills the skies, Christ, the true, the on - ly light, __ _2_ _~_ g ~ - -4= --- — - --— 2- g2 Sun of Right-eous-ness a - rise! Tri-umph o'er the shades of night; Day-spring from on high, be near; Day-star, in my heart ap-pear. A-MEN. _2-.... x - 4 — - - p Dark and cheerless is the morn Unaccompanied by Thee; Joyless is the day's return, cr Till Thy mercy's beams I see; Till they inward light impart, Glad my eyes, and warm my heart. p Visit then this soul of mine; Pierce the gloom of sin and grief; Fill me, Radiancy Divine; Scatter all my unbelief; er More and more Thyself display, Shining to the perfect day. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1740.

Page  284 MOINING. 332 L. "I myself will awake right early." MORNING HYMN. F. H. Bartholemon, 17801 I I I.F —...... { --- S-S W — ~'.1h =88. A - wake, my soul, and with the sun Thy dai - ly....'T-'::'- '''" —~ i -- 4 " ii '-. I course of du - ty run: Shake off dull sloth, and ear- ly _,-. __. 1 f- - fT "._;9. _,. -!, - rise To pay thy morn - uing sac - ri - fice. A-MNE. _ — -, I l / -- Ih,, |2:r:^E^ H -7.~g=^ ^-ro I I ' l mf Redeem thy mis-spent time that's past; Live this day as if 'twere thy last; To improve thy talents take due care; 'Gainst the great day thyself prepare. mf Let all thy converse be sincere, Thy conscience as the noon-day clear; Think how the all-seeing God, thy ways And all thy secret thoughts surveys. mf Wake, and lift up thyself, my heart, And with the angels bear thy part; Who all night long unwearied sing, " Glory to Thee, eternal King." mf I wake, I wake, ye heavenly choir; May your devotion me inspire: That I like you my age may spend, Like you may on my God attend. mf Glory to Thee, Who safe has kept, And hast refresh'd me while I slept; Grant,Lord,when I from death shall wake I may of endless light partake. mf Lord, I my vows to Thee renew; Scatter my sins as morning dew; Guard my first springs of thought andwill, And with Thyself my spirit fill. mf Direct, control, suggest this day All I design, or do, or say, That all my powers, with all their might, In Thy sole glory may unite. f Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow, Praise Him, all creatures here below; Praise Him above, angelic host: Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Bishop Thomas Ken, 1709. AMEN.

Page  285 E3ennfl. 333, L.M. TALUas' CAoNiw. Thomas Tallis, 1560 "Under His wings shalt thou trust." f = —88. Glo - ry to Thee, my God,this night, For all the blessings of the light; f -- L __ — - | e |if ---F '-h —b-'b - -1 F - A t r.0- s 1 S CIO, Keep me, O keep me,King of kings, Un - der Thine own Al -mighty wings. A-MEN. g ---- - - ' I s ---,- - mf Forgive me, Lord, for Thy dear Son, cr Sleep, that may me more vigorous make The ills that I this day have done; To serve my God, when I awake. That with the world, myself, and Thee, I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. mf When in the night I sleepless lie, My soul with heavenly thoughts supply: mf Teach me to live, that I may dread Let no ill dreams disturb my rest, The grave as little as my bed; No powers of darkness me molest. p Teach me to die that so I may cr Triumphing rise at the last day. mf 0 when shall I, in endless day, For ever chase dark sleep away p O may my soul on Thee repose, cr And hymns divine with angels sing, And with sweet sleep mine eyelids close: Glory to Thee, eternal King. AMEN. Bishop Thomas Ken, 1709. 3; i S.M. MARSHASS j. "I will lay me down in peace." G. J. Geer. mf IJ 94. The day is past and gone; The eve-ning shades ap - pear: mf_ "_ ' r —T..I '1 - 1 --- —--- 1 - -f'-. --- —:',",: r — - --- 1 dim 0 may we all re - mem-ber well The night of death draws near. A-MEN. dim —, - I I IgI2 p We lay our garments by, Upon our beds to rest; So death shall soon disrobe us all Of what is here possest. p Lord, keep us safe this night, Secure from all our fears; cr May angels guard us while we sleep, Till morning light appears. AMEN Johon Lelaud.

Page  286 EVENINGO. 335. (FIRST TUE.) 10o. ELLERS. "Abide with us; for the day is far spent." E. J. Hopkins, f ^-v — --— do 88. A - bide with me: fast falls the e - ven -tidemf The dark-ness deep - ens: LORD, with me a - bide:.,.........._1__~ I -LJP_ - -_ —' ---- t — -- - _,- -._ When oth - er help - ers fail, and com -forts flee, F cr — — E I l l — Iz F -- Help of the help- less, 0 a - bide with me. A - MET. cr p p Swift to its close ebbs out life's little day; Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pass away; Change and decay in all around I see; mf 0 Thou, who changest not, (p) abide with me. f I need Thy presence every passing hour; cr What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's power? Who like Thyself my guide and stay can be? f Through cloud and sunshine, LORD, (p) abide with me. f I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless: Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness, Where is death's sting? where, grave, thy victory? I triumph still, if Thou abide with me. p Hold Thou Thy Cross before my closing eyes; cr Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies; f Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee; dim In life, in death, 0 LORD, abide with me. AMEN. Hfenry F. Lyte, 1847.

Page  287 EVENING. 335. (SECOND TUNE.) 10s. EVENTrID. "Abide with us; for the day is far spent." W. H. Monk — 88. A - bide with me: fast falls the e - ven - tide; The dark-ness I - ' ---deep-ens; Lord, with me a - bide; When oth - er help - ers,' I' I- - iv- 1, - - i -Ill Mz- H i fail, and comforts flee, Help of the helpless,O a-bide with me. A-MEN. p Swift to its close ebbs out life's little day; Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pass away, Change and decay in all around I see; f O Thou Who changest not (p) abide with me. f I need Thy presence every passing hour; cr What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's power Who, like Thyself, my guide and stay can be? f Through cloud and sunshine, Lord, (p) abide with me. fI fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless: Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness. Where is death's sting? where, grave, thy victory? I triumph still, if Thou abide with me. p Hold Thou Thy Cross before my closing eyes; cr Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies; f Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee: In life, (p) in death, 0 Lord, (cr) abide with me. AMEZ. Henry F. Lyte, 1847. (TNBD TUNE.) TRoYT. No. L A. H. D. Troyte. GIII -F~ 4i- --- __~:L / t --- '~'-i'L::,,: i: ~-~ t~-=4'

Page  288 EVENING. 336. (FIRST TUNE.) L.M. HURBSLn German. " Thy sun shall no more go down." -92- Su of m o —lTo-Sy — d- a,-t is n nit if o Tho be mf - -'- -- - ='-92. Sun of my soul, Thou Sav-iour dear, It is not night if Thou be near; m_ - I If^-, I i, - -' ]- " — ~, '-,,~: — r -! I '. 0 may no earth-born cloud arise To hide Thee from Thy servant's eyes. A - MEN. - -,_ -,-. --- -C~... &...! p When the soft dews of kindly sleep My weary eyelids gently steep, Be my last thought, how sweet to rest For ever on my Saviour's breast. mf Abide with me from morn till eve, For without Thee I cannot live; p Abide with me when night is nigh, For without Thee I dare not die. mf If some poor wandering child of Thine Have spurn'd to-day the voice divine, (SECOND TUNE.) I -. I, Now, Lord, the gracious work begin; Let him no more lie down in sin. mf Watch by the sick; enrich the poor With blessings from Thy boundless store; Be every mourner's sleep to-night, p Like infant slumbers, pure and light. cr Come near and bless us when we wake, Ere through the world our way we take, f Till in the ocean of Thy love We lose ourselves in heaven above. AMEN. John Keble, 1827. ABENDS. H. S. Oakeley....mf - - =98. Sun of my soul, Thou Sav - our dear, It is not night if Thou be near; mf-,...d, - 1-..: I,,,- - - l - 0 may no earth-born cloud a - rise To hide Thee from Thy servant's eyes.AMEN. -f_ --- _ - rW^ `Lll zfi~F^^^^ s^

Page  289 EVENING. 3371 C.M.D. S. LEONABD. "With my soul have I desired Thee in the night." H. Hiles. d -80. The shadows of the evening hours Fall from the darkening sky, mt f l- - = =- ' -l - -:-1 mf Up - on the fragrance of the flow'rs The dews of eve-ning lie: di -di,,t - - I- S.- -. -- Be- fore Thy throne,O Lord of heaven We kneel at close of day: _dim _. _ I cr poG Look on Thy chil-dren from on high,And hear us while we pray. A-MEN. _-mf - - - -= - l 11-2-a —~ _ _.jp The sorrows of Thy servants,Lord, mf Slowly the bright stars one by one, 0 do not Thou despise, Within the heavens shine:But let the incense of our prayers Give us, 0 Lord, fresh hopes in heaven, Before Thy mercy rise; And trust in things divine. cr The brightness of the coming night p Let peace, 0 Lord! Thy peace, 0 God! Upon the darkness rolls; Upon our souls descend, With hopes of future glory chase From midnight fears, and perils, Thou The shadows on our souls. Our trembling hearts defend: p Slowly the rays of daylight fade; Give us a respite from our toil, So fade within our heart Calm and subdue our woes; The hopes in earthly love and joy, Through the long day we suffer, Lord, That one by one depart; 0 give us now repose! AMEN. Adelaide Anne Proctor, 1860.

Page  290 EVENING. 338. Six Ss. (FIRST TNE.) S. MATTHTA " The Lord is my Light." W. H. Monk. |\ ~/ COI e I — I I d=86. Sweet Sav-iour, bless us ere we go: Thy word in - to our minds in- stil: I- _ _ _, I _ _, L:i _ I ~ 1 -- [ And make our luke warm hearts to glow With low-ly love and fervent will. /'^ _ -- - - -- " 1 - -F;Throughlife'slongdayanddeath'sdarknight,O gen-tle Je -sus, be our light. A-MEN. 9-:,::-g_4 - -— '-i- - 2-__f ---r_ -?-, _- -i: g — 9. —: — ~ ----,-_,, p The day has gone, its hours have run, mf Labour is sweet, for Thou hast toil'd; And Thou hast taken count of all, And care is light, for Thou hast cared; The scanty triumphs grace hath won, Ah! never let our works be soil'd The broken vow, the frequent fall. dim With strife, or by deceit ensnared. f Through life's long day and death's dark f Through life's long day and death's dark night, night, p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. mf Grant us, dear Lord, from evil ways p For all we love, the poor, the sad, True absolution and release; The sinful, unto Thee we call; And bless us, more than in past days, cr 0 let Thy mercy make us glad; With purity and inward peace. f Thou art our Jesus, and our all. f Through life's long day and death's dark Through life's long day and death's dark night, night, p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. mf Sweet Saviour, bless us; night is come; dinm Through night and darkness near us be Good angels watch about our home, And we are one day nearer Thee. f Through life's long day and death's dark night, p O gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. AMEN. F W. Faber, 1849.

Page  291 EVENING. 338. Six 8s. (SECOND TUNE.) STELLA. "The Lord is my Light.", ___~ _ I ~ _ -_ -- _ - __-I~~ - __ [h- 86. Sweet Sav - iour,bless us ere we go; Thy word in - to our minds in - stil: And make our luke-warm hearts to glow With low-ly love and fer - vent will. _ 12__ --- —_ - '_ T ---- -- _ _ —_~ _ _. ---i -_-_-.- _ -_ __ _ I --- — -U —3 -1- -- -—.L-~- -~.....~- ---- - l f - - T oAnd Thou hast taken count of all, And care is light, for Thou hast cared; The scanty triumphs grace hath won, Ah! never! let our works be soil'd The broken vow, tluke-warm h e frequent fall. dim With strife, or by deceit ensnared. Throuh life s long day and death's dark Through life's long day and death's dark ie s, b o ih'ar night, night, p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. mf Grant us, dear Lord, from evil ways p For all we love, the poor, the sad, True absolution and release; The sinful, unto Thee we call; And bless us, more than in past days, cr 0 let Thy mhercy make us glad; With purity and inward peace. f Thou art our Jesus, and our all. f Through life's long day and death's dark Through life's long day and death's dark night, night, p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. mf Sweet Saviour, bless us; night is come; dim Through night and darkness near us be Good angels watch about our honme, And we are one day nearer Thee. f Through life's long day and death's dark night, ~~_ - p 0 gentle Jesus, (cr) be our light. AMEN. F. W. Faber, 18I9.

Page  292 EVENING. 339. 8- " Darkness and light to Thee are both alike." D-voTIo — 1-88. In - spir- er and Hearer of prayer, Thou Shepherd and Guardian of Thine,.. mf ~ _ _.~_. _ ~ _ ~_ My all to Thy cov - e-nant care, I, sleeping or waking, re - sign. A-MEBi. g:_d -- - __ f ~'~ - -g. ---, ~ ~. - - inf If Thou art my shield and my sun, mf His smiles and His comforts abound, The night is no darkness to me; His grace, as the dew, shall descend; And, fast as my minutes roll on, And walls of salvation surround p They bring me but nearer to Thee. The soul He delights to defend. mf A sovereign protector I have, f All praise to the Father, the Son, Unseen, yet forever at hand; And Spirit, thrice holy and bless'd, Unchangeably faithful to save, Th' eternal, supreme Three in One, Almighty to rule and command. Was, is, and shall still be address'd. AMIEN. A. M. Toplady, 1774. 340. 7 "Let the lifting up of my hands be an evening sacrifice." From Von Weber. p I- -p - cJ=74 Soft-ly now the light of day Fades up - on my sight a-way; w. I a _ _ _i- -a -- aFree from care, from la - bour free, Lord, I would com-mune with Thee: A-M]m. p Thou, Whose all-pervading eye Then, from sin and sorrow free, Naught escapes, without, within, Take me, Lord, to dwell with Thee: Pardon each infirmity, Open fault, and secret sin. p Thou Who, sinless, yet hast known All of man's infirmity; p Soon, for me, the light of day cr Then, from Thine eternal throne, Shall for ever pass away: dim Jesus, look with pitying eye. AME], Bishop G. W. Doane, 1824.

Page  293 EVENING. 341, P.M. (FIRST TUE.) S. ANATOLIUa "Thou, Lord, only makest me dwelz in safety." J. B. Dykes. inf Go -, - GOO J v — r- _ _,=-88. The day is past and o- ver; All thanksO Lord, to Thee! I f 4 I pray Thee that of - fence - less The hours of dark may be.!Cr p-j 1 r l- - d im M A. 42 - r, ^ ^..^. I Y mf The joys of day are over; mnf Lighten mine eyes, O Saviour, I lift my heart to Thee; Or sleep in death shall I, vr And call on Thee that sinless cr And he, my wakeful tempter, dim The hours of gloom may be. Triumphantly shall cry p O Jesus, make their darkness light, " Against him I have now prevailed: cr And save me through (dim) the comingnight! Rejoice! the child of God has failed." mf The toils of day are over; mf Be Thou my soul's Preserver, I raise the hymn to Thee, O God! for Thou dost know, cr And ask that free from peril p How many are the perils alim The hours of fear may be: Through which I have to go. p O Jesus, keep me in Thy sight, [night. cr O loving Jesus, hear my call, cr And guard me through (dim) the coming And guard and save me from them alll S. Anatolius, 450; Tr.J. M. Neale, 1862. AMEEN.

Page  294 EVENING. 341, P.M. (SECOND TUNE.) "Thou, Lord, only makest me dwell io safety." MALMESBURY. B. H. Hodges. j - _88.The day is past and o - ver; All thanks, 0 Lord, to Thee! < f I_ T_. - -- -I —J-|______ ____ _ _~ - I - o 1 _ 8 _ _ — ____ Z' j-LL --- - -p-___ -.... -I__ __- ____ I-u _1_-_Fu,_ I F-F_ I pray Thee that of - fenceless The hours of dark may be, _F_ —2 —t- -4 --- ~ 2. __p - i - - - -cr- r-. O Je - sus,keep me in Thy sight,And save me through the coming night.A-MEN. P__s-_ __ __ _,_ Car. _ _ O F2t ~ A-L_=iz | a, ] mf The joys of day are over; I lift my heart to Thee; cr And call on Thee that sinless dim The hours of gloom may be. p 0 Jesus, make their darkness light, cr And save me through (dim) the coming [night! mf The toils of day are over; I raise my hymn to Thee, cr And ask that free from peril dim The hours of fear may be: p 0 Jesus, keep me in Thy sight, Inight! cr And guard me through (dim) the coming mf Lighten mine eyes, 0 SaviQur, Or sleep in death shall I, cr And he, my wakeful tempter, Triumphantly shall cry "Against him I have now prevailed: Rejoice! the child of God has failed." mf Be Thou my soul's Preserver, O God! for Thou dost know, p How many are the perils Through which I have to go. cr 0 loving Jesus, hear my call, And guard and save me from them all I S. Anatolius, 450; Tr. J. M2. Neale, 1862. AMEN.

Page  295 EVENING. 342l (FIRST TUNE.) 8. 7s. 7s.. "I will lay me down in peace and take my rest." EDGBASTOM J. Tilleard. I. --- I. —_ -,_ ~ ____~__ --?-_ -_-. -=80. Thro' the day Thy love has spared us, Now we lay us down to rest; f 2 — -:j --- —-a —T —T --- —-—.- 9 — t 1Tr -— ' - i- * 1 - - -- I I -t I - - - -:- -- -- ~ Through the si - lent watches guard us, Let no foe our peace mo-lest; I I I I - -.0-,,,,, _.?::_::~.-: i — _ ---' P Je - sus, Thou our Guard-ian be, Sweet it is to trust in Thee; _ -P / _-_ - -_1'-5~'- — ) —> —F- O — SI- 161 JYI~~;-Tf' *_- a\ a=.H a /; — - - ------- -c ___ r7 C o _ - of dim -. Je - sus, Thou our Guard-ian be, Sweet it is to trust in Thee. A-MEN. I f-. -f- - s-f-*. dim?nf _ -- e9 I I - - - ___-.42 01 - ----- 42 0 - r I-" *_.I+_ i * I -i- r I mf Pilgrims here on earth, and strangers, Dwelling in the midst of foes; Us and ours preserve from dangers; In Thine arms may we repose; p And, when life's short day is past, dim Rest with Thee in heaven at last. AMEx. Thomas Kelley, 1806.

Page  296 EVENING. 342, (SECOND TUNE.) 8s. 78. 78. "I will lay me down in peace and tak f my rest." EVENSONG. S. Webbe. =d-88. Thro' the day Thy love has spared us, Now we lay us down to rest; mnf I Y --- | l 1 ---ro-, Through the si - lent watch-es guard us, Let no foe our peace mo -lest: ~ - 5 I f 1 'i- ' =-gi- L r -:::- J ----_ Us and ours preserve from dangers; In Thine arms may we repose; p And when life's short day is past, Je-sus,Thouour Guar-dian be, Sweet it is to trust in Thee. A-MEN. Th - o Ke-le, 1806 -. (THIRD TUNE.) ALBERT. a-~ mf Pilgrims here on earth, and strangers, Dwelling in the midst of foes: Us and ours preserve from dangers; In Thine arms may we repose; p And when life's short day is past, di Rest with Thee in heaven at last. AMEN. ThLomass Kelley, 1806. (THRD TUNE.) ALBERT. Heinrich Albert, 1643 Thro'the day Thy love has spared us; Now we lay us down to rest, Thro' the si - lent watch-es guard us, Let no foe our peace mo-lest: mf &2. _ 09V - - ' ' ' t - 1...t 1 i- -.- - t-r_ -t o cp 47 o -<- cZ- - -5- - Je - sus, Thou our Guardian be; Sweet it is to trust in Thee. A-MEN. _. 1 j - _. }- _ - - o C; - __. - * __r - -~ 1 _J.-1f t1Ti t V, I -~ _ - f

Page  297 EVENING. 3 O43 (FIRT TUN.) L.M. DIDBOO "The Lord is thy keeper." R. Brown-Borthn& _|.. __g X 2 T 1. j. 1_ -, d=88. Great God,to Thee my eve-ning song; Withhumblegrat-i - tude I raise: M f _ _ __ _. 0 let Thy mer-cy tune my tongue,And fill my heart with lively praise. A-MEN. -__ -2 - 2_:i.I mf My days unclouded as they pass, p Seal my forgiveness in the blood And every onward rolling hour, Of Christ, my Lord, His Name alone Are monuments of wondrous grace, I plead for pardon, gracious God, And witness to Thy love and power. cr And kind acceptance at Thy throne. p And yet this thoughtless, wretched heart,mf With hope in Him mine eyelids close; Too oft regardless of Thy love, With sleep refresh my feeble frame: Ungrateful, can from Thee depart, Safe in Thy care may I repose, And from the path of duty rove. And wake with praises to Thy Name. Anne Steele, 1760. AMEN. (SECOND TUNE.) PARKER. T. P. Murphy. L-,88. Great God,to Thee my eve - ning song,With hum-ble grat-i-tude I raise; 0 f ~ — - -,- t-T let Thy mer-cy tune my tongue,And fill my heart with live-ly praise. A-MEN. -....g I I

Page  298 EVENING. 344. (FMsT Tun.) 8s. 48. NUTFIEX). "He shall give His amgels charge over thee." W. H. Monk S J f | '......i J... =88. God, that mad - est earth and heav-en, Dark - ness and light; mfa — J - _ d- SI 7 - f ov -^ - i' pd dr,-^ Who the day for toil hast giv- en, For rest the night,.~.. --- - 2.... -j......: -.. -I - ' May Thine an - gel-guards de - fend us, Slum-ber sweet Thy mer - cy send us, - cr, 1 - - 1w<E- 1-O - P=^ ^-g-^z -g op St [~ P Ho - ly dreams and hopes at-tend us, This live-long night. A-MzxT. mf Guard us waking, guard us in sleeping, p And, when we die, cr May we in Thy mighty keeping, p All peaceful lie: mf When the last dread trump shall wake us, p Do not Thou, our Lord, forsake us, f But to reign in glory take us With Thee on high. AMEp. BishJp Reginald Heber, 1827.

Page  299 EVENING. 344, (SECOND TUNE.) 8s. 49. SOUTHGATE'S. "He shaZZ give His angels charge over thee." Thomas B. Southgat^ -_ —. I I,-.., - _ II W d Who the day for toil hast giv - en, For rest the night: ~ r r, r..-. -f' -.- O i F r — _^ -6_-~. — -Ho -1 ly de Ti d lil ni A - d MN g -n, cr May Thine an - gel guards de - fend us, Slumber sweet Thy mer - cy send us, P.. ~..... 3 —~-~, — - I j _ - - I_ _- I _. —1 -c- '...._. — r: __J _L ' —.... I-,, I, 1__, --- p Al1 peaceful lie:-?p Do not Thou, our Lord, forsake us, Ho - ly dreams and hopes at-tend us, Th is live-long night. A-.. ~ —^- '. '-:'- — Bish-op Reginal —, H —eber, 182. ---,~ ---- - mn/ Guard us waking, guard us sleeping, p And, when we die, cr May we in Thy mighty keeping, p All peaceful lie: mf When the last dread trump shall wake us, p Do not Thou, our Lord, forsake us, f But to reign in glory take us With Thee on high. AMEN. Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827.

Page  300 EVENINO. 345. (FIRST TUNE.) P.M. 1" Whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with Him." S. COLUMBA. H. S. Irons. love a-wake, and pay Her evening sac -ri - fice. A-MEN. _ _ -- - __I~ - a p As Christ upon the Cross His head inclined, And to His Father's hands His parting soul resign'd; mf So now herself my soul Would wholly give Into His sacred charge, In whom all spirits live; mf So now beneath His eye Would calmly rest, Without a wish or thought Abiding in the breast: mf Save that His will be done, Whate'er betide; Dead to herself, and dead In Him to all beside. f Thus would I live; yet now Not I, but He In all His power and love Henceforth alive in me. f One sacred Trinity, One Lord Divine, May I be ever His, And He forever mine. AMEN. From Latin; Tr. E. Caswall. TWIIGHT. J. B. Schachner. (SECoND TUNE.) F love a - wake, and pay........ Her eve-ning sac- ri - fice. A-MEN. --? E f- ' I I

Page  301 EVENING. 346 S.M. _. i+ "At evening time it shall be light." OLMUas L. Mason.!<m-~- A --- -~-L s; -~- 3-~ - [ =-58. The dav of praise is done; The evening shad - ows fall; -- _ _ _- — 4 g-^ ~ r =Ftt-f4- F A e =^t l^^ ^^j^ ^ j f,^^1 It- p- _"- - I - e - - - l, -.- - - Yet pass not from us with the sun, True Light that light' nest all. A - MEN... 0, - -. _ _3- - - - _a... - ------ 7! T --- —-T -t - _ Fa m-*-To _] ] -~I —H-c= * -r-c —r-, -1,27f - EE - _= - I 2 1.2 - I l i i i p Around Thy throne on high Where night can never be, The white-robed harpers of the sky Bring ceaseless songs to Thee. p Too faint our anthems here: Too soon of praise we tire; cr But oh! the strains how full and clear Of that eternal choir. mf Yet, Lord, to Thy dear will If Thou attune the heart, 347. C.M. "I tell of Thy truth - 11 We in thine angels' music still May bear our lower part. mf 'Tis Thine each soul to calm, Each wayward thought reclaim, And make our daily life a psalm Of glory to Thy Name. mf Shine Thou within us, then, A day that knows no end, Till songs of angels and of men In perfect praise shall blend. AMEt. J. Ellerton, 1871. BELMoNT. in the night season." S. Webbe. I I-........ 1R=1 d i - 7i, B1 pj I I= -92. Now from the al - tar of our hearts, Let flames of love a - rise; P - --,-! 7 1-' - 09-. e - _ a-0.a T -! TV2T1- -;=T ILT-Ace_. L-a_, -- -------- I -h -+ --- —-, -. --, --- —, IA --- t! i s1 —2- 1- - Yt ' 'l-~ is -1s u As -sist us, Lord, to of - fer up Our eve-ning sac - ri - fice. A-MEN. - __,_ _.- ~. ~ - I- - -_.:To -: -:3-:!:'-_- k -: _U I -z F-i __ a -e- _?_: Ie r n - A-:a I: ft<id I t~= I 94 _ -L mf Minutes and mercies multiplied Have made up all this day; Minutes came quick, but mercies were More swift, more free than they. mf New time, new favours, and new joys Do a new song require; Till we shall praise Thee as we would, Accept oar hearts' desire. AME. John Mason, 1683.

Page  302 EVENINAG. ~FH~ST Tu "Now i our salvation nearer tha~n when we believed." IFAITH. G.r B. Dykes 84. Time has - tens on; ye long - ing saints, Now raise your voi - ces high;' — I And mag - ni - fy that sovereign love Which shows sal - va - tion nigh. A-mE1N.,! - I - toll-ew I - -- 1?1!2 1? - r"t. - - a_. __-. I! i i - 6; gqJ mf As time departs salvation. comes; Each moment brings it near: Then welcome each declining day, Welcome each closing year. p Not many years their course shall run, Not many mornings rise, Ere all its glories stand reveal'd To our transported eyes. AMEX. Philip Doddridge. (SECO~N Tu"~.) ECKARDTSHEIM. C. Zeuner. riCL.J1 - - f I __ - I. - -_ I - _- - 90. Time has-tens on; ye long-ing saints, Now raise your voi- ces high; And mag - ni - fy that sove-reign love Which shows sal- va - tion nigh. A-MEN. _ _ _ _ 2- 4 - _A '!

Page  303 EVENING. 349, Six 109. (FIRST TUNE.) CAsML. "The darkness and light to Thee are 5oth alike." Henry Smart. 94. The day is gen - tly sink-ing to a close, Fainter and yet more faint the P - _ -n _ to - 1- 1. - - — _ 1. t-, T ---- - j -I- I - mI -I - 00:2 ~ r - - =! dim -- - -1- -L ---- --- S - - - r — _ _$ _ m f - inp c. Light of light, be with us nowf Thy Fat;Where's glo-ry, Thou art pre- ent darkness can-not ~ m z)~. _ _ _ 2cr__ _ 1. a-~ = -. I — -— ~-, -— 3 -T_- _ Fe1 ~id- night is g-t-r non O=ordwithI Th e. i -t 2 W > -n i __c ' - -- 1-t-. l ----- P-#9~ be, Mid - night is glo-rious noon, 0 Lord, with Thee. A - MENw. ___^^.gr e9-^ ___ - I I p Our changeful lives are ebbing to an end, Onward to darkness and to death we tend: cr 0 Conqueror of the grave, be Thou our Guide, Be Thou our light in death's dark eventide: f Then in our mortal hour will be no gloom, No sting in death, no terror in the tomb. mf Thou, who in darkness walking did'st appear Upon the waves, and Thy disciples cheer, dim Come, Lord, in lonesome days, when storms assail, And earthly hopes and human succours fail: When all is dark may we behold Thee nigh, And hear Thy voice- " Fear not, for it is I.",mp The weary world is mouldering to decayt Its glories wane, its pageants fade away; In that last sunset when the stars shall fall, p May we arise awaken'd by Thy call, er With Thee, O Lord, for ever to abide In that blest day which has no eventide. AmaE. Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, 186.

Page  304 EVENINGa. 349, Six 1s. (SECOND TuNE.) S. WINIFRED. "The darkness and light to Thee are both alike." _ ordim - 94. The day is gen- tly sink - ing to a close, Faint-er and yet more 2 -2 - dim I_ Mm_ _ __ _F_.. —Z. -----— ~-6 —, r E ---_ - ----- -—.- L f - -,....._ — * | _J ---- i- g. _ faint the sun - light glows; O Brightness of Thy Fa-ther's glo - ry, Thou - __ __i,_ dim p mf E - ter-nal Light of light, be with us now; Where Thou art pres-ent /dI dim p | mf I _ - J- -J _......a a, ~ - ~: -=- -— = ~-_ t2 ur. —... r -_ — I M darkness cannot be, Mid-night is glo-rious noon, 0 Lord,with Thee. A-MEN. p Our changeful lives are ebbing to an end, Onward to darkness and to death we tend: cr 0 Conqueror of the grave, be Thou our Guide, Be Thou our light in death's dark eventide: f Then in our mortal hour will be no gloom, No sting in death, no terror in the tomb. mfThou, who in darkness walking did'st appear Upon the waves, and Thy disciples cheer, dim Come, Lord, in lonesome days, when storms assail, And earthly hopes and human succours fail: When all is dark may we behold Thee nigh, And hear Thy voice- ' Fear not, for it is I." mp The weary world is mouldering to decay, Its glories wane, its pageants fade away: In that last sunset when the stars shall fall, p May we arise awaken'd by Thy call, cr With Thee, O Lord, for ever to abide In that blest day which has no eventide. AMEN. Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1864.

Page  305 EVENING. SATUEDAY EVENING. 350, si.s t VERONA. "He that followeth Me shall not walk in darknemso bt shall have the light of life." T. H. Deane. S fI I b i I= = I I —:__ C7 T/ M.-2- r-'^ &' -<- Ssi I __ I — G r-5 A s 1- 1 - I — -=86. Safe - ly through an - oth - er week, God has brought us on our way: mf/,, -, _. J _ '_- __.__ _ ___Jj _ ~ _ ' ---- m p _ _- - -I —.' _ I }7... Let us now a bless-ing seek On th'ap- proaching ho - ly day, 9 1 -._, _M_ 9-_ Ad ------- 1 - I — I Or- T - I dim o 4. - - -. Day of all the week the best, Em-blem of e - ter - nal rest! A-MEN. cr I _ -6,-7J dim 1,,,~11 ". _,~-, — 2, u ~. f 2 -- Z- - -;~-TZ55 ----~-I ---- ~ - -? ----_ I i Iat - to -Ff2 I — s- -- --- z i. I —.- I L mf Mercies multiplied each hour Through the week our praise demand; Guarded by Almighty power, Fed and guided by His hand: p Though ungrateful we have been, And repaying love with sin. p While we pray for pardoning grace, Through the dear Redeemer's Name, Show Thy reconciled face, Drive away our sin and shame; From our worldly cares set free, May we rest this night with Thee. p When the morn shall bid us rise, May we feel Thy presence near; cr May Thy glory meet our eyes, When we in Thy house appear: There afford us, Lord, a taste Of our everlasting feast. mf May Thy Gospel's joyful sound Conquer sinners, comfort saints: Make the fruits of grace abound, Bring relief for all complaints; Such the days of rest we love, Till we join the Church above. AMEN. John Newton, 1779.

Page  306 EVENINVG. 351. L.M. SUNDAY EVENING. O ALL L.M. MENDOK "Thou, Lord hast made me glad through Thy works." German.;-id I ^ -- -I- I -_ — I -90. Lord,when this ho-ly morning broke O'er is-land, con-ti nent, and deep, i --— k_ -, i____-d - -.: Thy far-spread fami - ly awoke, All round the world,the feast to keep. A-MEN. mf From east to west the sun surveyed, To hearts in trouble Thou wast nigh, From north to south, adoring throngs; No one hath sought Thy face in vain. And still where evening stretched her shade, And stars came forth, were heard their p The poor in spirit Thou hast fed, songs. Thy chastened ones have kissed the rod, p ABd not a prayer, a tear, a sigh, The mourner thou hast comforted, Hath failed this day some suit to gain; The pure in heart have seen their God. 0. Heginbotham, 1799. AMEN. 352l. 7s. s. TENDER SHEPHERD. "He shall gather the lambs wie His arm, and carry them in His bosom." =90.Je - sus, ten - der Shepherd, hear me; Bless Thy lit - tie lamb to-night; ' t1 ~-f —f-, a'L -.I:, _- -TT ^- -= -cr Thro' the darkness be Thou near me: Keep me safe till morn-ing light. A-MEN. _4 -- e2cr 2~... mf All this day Thy hand has led me, p Let my sins be all forgiven; And I thank Thee for Thy care; Bless the friends I love so well; Thou hast warmed me,clothed and fed me, cr Take us all at last to heaven, Listen to my evening prayer I Happy there with Thee to dwell. AMEN Mary L. Duncan, 1839.

Page  307 353. L.M. - r% L got S~ant Toltts. BEFORE DAWN. " I myself will awake right early." _1 I, _ I I I a _ I I,I _ ERNAN. L. Mason, 1850. _ mf -- r- i.. 60. The winged her - aid of the day Proclaims the morn's approach-ing ray; 9!;=t - & ---_ _ - > ~-tW-18_ -- L - __. z Q-^-] t I-q —:-T-.... - ' '- ift- - -fTH ---T-._. -,, -_r ~ -"~- -- _ So Christ,the Lord,renews His call, To endless life a - wak-eling all. A-MEN. - e 9,_,,,,,,__ — A_ -.- L _ _. -__ __ - -_.... --— t-r — i- 1 —'- = -- -..-, —:-:t --- c-W:h — mf "Take up thy bed," to each He cries, While supplication, pure and deep, Who sick, or wrapp'd in slumber, lies; Forbids each chastened heart to sleep. "' Be chaste, and, living soberly, Watch ye, for I the Lord am nigh." p 0 Father, that we ask be done, Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; p With earnest cry with tearful care, cr Who with the Holy Ghost and Thee, Call we the Lord to hear our prayer; f Shall live and reign eternally. AMEN. Latin Hymn; Tr. J. M. Neale. FIRST HOUR. 35 L.M. EDEN. "Early in the morning will I direct my prayer unto Thee. and will look up." L. Mason. -k.-bf! I I I I 1.. -- m lr -" _ \- _-. -I — rt A-/ _ ^ - - ic * ~ ^j ^ ll _ B-^ ^ - t -15 ~-:_r1-, r - n -f, aim o $ " --- - 1 = 100.Dawn pur-ples all the East with light; Day o'er the earth is glid-ing bright; mf I ---, I — I- - L - -:- -- -- ---. Morn's sparkling rays their course begin; Farewell to darkness and to sin! A *MEN. _,... — FLD i:.r i: a_0? _, e2_ I i- -,, ' ' —St, - p Each evil dream of night, depart. cr With blessed light for us shall glow, Each thought of guilt, forsake the heart! Who chant the song we learnt below. Let every ill that darkness brought Beneath its shade, now come to naught! p 0 Father, that we ask be done, Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; p So that last morning, dread and great, cr Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, Which we with trembling hope await, f Shall live and reign eternally. AMEiN. S. Ambrose, 374; Tr. J. M. Neale.

Page  308 THE SEVEN H OURS. O2 < gTHIRD HOUB. 355i L.M. ID OU REDHEAD, No. 4 "It is but the third hour of the day." R. Redhead..... ___ 4 ---I -_ _- -4 mf — 92. Come, Ho - ly Ghost, with God the Son,And God the Fa-ther ev - er one;?nz - - - _ - -- - -_ 3 Shed forth Thy grace within our breast,And dwell with us, a rea - dy Guest.A-MEN. Do /:> - 3 — r- — tL - -^t — -(-t mf By every power, by heart and tongue, p O Father, that we ask be done, By act and deed, Thy praise be sung; Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; Inflame with perfect love each sense, cr Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, That others' souls may kindle thence. f Shall live and reign eternally. AMEN. S. Ambrose, 374; Tr. J. M. Neale. 356 L.M SIXTH HOUR. 355, L.M. "At noonday will Ipray." (Tune "Redhead, No. 4," above.J mf 0 God of truth, O Lord of might, And, keeping all the body whole, Who, ordering time and change aright, Shed forth Thy peace upon the soul. Sendest the early morning ray, Kindling the glow of perfect day; p O Father, that we ask be done, Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; mf Extinguish Thou each sinful fire, cr Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, And banish every ill desire: f Shall live and reign eternally. AMEN. S. Ambrose, 374; Tr. J. M. Neale. OS 7NINTH HOUR. 357. L.M. NSTANTON COURT. "The hour of prayer, being the ninth hour." R. Brown-Borthwick. mf =-92. 0 God! cre - a-tion's se - cret force, Thy-self un-moved, all motion's source, l mf - ' e'-? - - ~-_ Who, from the morn till evening's ray,Thro' all its changes guid'st the day. A-MEN. _ -_- -&- -f- -<- -- -iz_ -- - - ^-Hf- ___ mf Grant us, when this short life is past, p 0 Father, that we ask be done, The glorious evening that shall last; Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; That, by a holy death attained, cr Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, Eternal glory may be gained. f Shall live and reign eternally. AMEN. S. Ambrose, 374, Tr. J. M. Neale.

Page  309 THE SEVEN HOURS. 358 BSUNSET. 358. C.M. BELMONT, "I wi meditate upon Thee in the night watches." g. Webbe. = 92. As now the sun's de - clin - ing rays To - ward the eve de - scend, m -.... I ri z - di- _.-_._-_. ---I E'en so our years are sink-ing down To their ap - point - ed end. A - MEN. dim ' -1__T__ - - [stretched p Lord, on the Cross Thine arms were f To God the Father, God the Son, To draw Thy people nigh; And God the Holy Ghost, 0 grant us then that Cross to love, All glory be from saints on earth, And in those arms to die. And from the angel host. AMET. Paris Breviary, Tr. John Chandler, 1837. NIGHT WATCH. 359, L.M. S. AUDEO. "Thou shalt not be afraid for any terror by night." Arthur H. Broum. _ ____-' 14 = 92. Be-fore the end-ing of the day, Cre - a - tor of the world, we pray, That with Thy wonted fa-vour, Thou Wouldst be our Guard and Keeper now. A-MEN. p From all ill dreams defend our sight, p 0 Father, that we ask be done, From fears and terrors of the night; Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; Withhold from us our ghostly foe, cr Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, That spot of sin we may not know. f Doth live and reign eternally. AMEN. S. Ambrose, 374; Tr. J. M. Neale.

Page  310 6e5rtral 2AJfiu* 0 C.M. THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. 360! C.]M. CHESTERFIELD. "Thy statutes have been my songs in the house of ma pilgrimage." Dr. Haweis, 178S =-92. Fa-ther of mercies! in Thy word What end - less glo - ry shines! For mf _-__ J — ____ _ H- - _ _ - -IiiEev - er be Thy Name a-dored For these ce - les - tial lines. A-MEN. -j -4= ~ ---~ — - t -r- - -'^ f Here the Redeemer's welcome voice, And still new beauties may I see, Spreads heavenly peace around; And still increasing light. And life and everlasting joys np Divine Instructor, gracious Lord, Attend the blissful sound. Be Thou forever near; p O may these heavenly pages be cr Teach me to love Thy sacred word, My ever dear delight; And view my Saviour there. AMEI. Anne Steele, 1760. 361u L.M. UXBRIDGE. "0 Lord, how manifold are Thy works." L. Mason, 1830. - f -a- -- -=- _e -t-r__ _ = — 52. The heav'ns declare Thy glo - ry, Lord, In ev -ery star Thy wis - dom shines; mIf - - -a — -a- k — -0 — -- ',-_ — - — 1 ---%_ -. ~....' —zzI..... __ -i-_ -... But when our eyes behold Thy word, We read Thy Name in fair - er lines. A- MEN. v --— F — r -- - -- - E- - --- - — ~-F- _- - The rolling sun, the changing light, Till Christ has all the nations blest, And nights and days Thy power confess; That see the light, or feel the sun. But the blest volume Thou has writ f Great Sun of Righteousness, arise; Reveals Thy justice and Thy grace. Bless the dark world with heavenly if Sun, moon, and stars convey Thy praise Thy Gospel makes the simple wise, [light; Round the whole earth, and never stand; Thy laws are pure, Thy judgmenlt right So when Thy truth began its race, mf Thy noblest wonders here we view, It touched and glanced on every land. In souls renewed and sins forgiven: ms Nor will Thy spreading Gospel rest, dim Lord, cleanse my sins, ny soul renew, Till through the world Thy truth has run; And makeThy word my guide to heaven Isaac Watts, 1719. ABiN.

Page  311 THE HEOLY SC.IPTURES. 362, 7s. 6s. D. ZOAN. "Thy Word is a lamp umto my feet, and a lig.ht unto rmy path." W. H. HavelgaL __^^ __-1-=- =-^-~ -_ ___ *88. 0 word of God in - car - nate, O wis - dom from on high, i-= — __i —____ 'Ifn ^ >rgf -— F-g 1- = ov -:- _ i-$ O truth unchang'd, un - chang-ing, O Light of our dark sky'.... _ --— o' -. --- —— t --------------- — _~ ----i ---_ =-= — - — 1-_ --- —---- i._-:_ _ _ __ _-. —. I S~gE~i^Ez _ -- =:E-7=^ Z - _:9ri=: We praise Thee for the ra - diance That from the hal-low'd page, t7~ 1=1 - g - i -9 -- -($~- -I3?-^ -~2 -A lan-tern to our foot-steps, Shines on from age to age. A-MEN. — ~-, -*- - - -8- _ --- -- mf The Church from her dear Master f It floateth like a banner Received the gift divine, Before God's host unfurl'd, And still that light she lifteth It shineth like a beacon O'er all the earth to shine. Above the darkling world; It is the golden casket It is the chart and conmpams Where gems of truth are stored, That o'er life's surging sea, It is the heaven-drawn picture Mid mists, and rocks, and quicksands Of Christ the living Word. Still guide, O Chi st, to Thee. mf O make Thy Church. dear Saviour A lamp of burnished gold, To bear before the nations Thy true light as of old; p O teach Thy wandering pilgrims By this their path to trace, cr Till, clouds and darkness ended, f They see Thee face to face. -AEN. Bishop W. W. How, 1867.

Page  312 GENERAL HY2MNS. 363o..M. BURLINGTON, "The law of the Lord is an undefiled law, converting the soul." J. J. Burrozese _ mf -Ir ==88 God's per-fect law con - verts the soul, Reclaims from false de -sires: 3 X-, F ____- -A F 14 -&- F — - _. j-0- --- With sa-cred wis-dom His sure word The ig - no - rant in - spires. A-MEN. rnf The statutes of the Lord are just, mf Of more esteem than golden mines, And bring sincere delight; Or gold refined with skill; His pure commands, in search of truth, More sweet than honey, or the drops Assist the feeblest sight. That from the comb distil. mf His perfect worship here is fix'd, nmf My trusty counsellors they are, On sure foundations laid; And friendly warning give; His equal laws are in the scales Divine rewards attend on those Of truth and justice weigh'd; Who by Thy precepts live. AMEN. Psalm xix. 364. S.M. THATCHEB. "How excellent is Thy loving kuindness, 0 God." Handel. J mf - 94. Be - hold the morn - ing sun, Be - gins his glo - rious way! V —1 I ---2? 3 — S? s 'His beams thro' all the nations run, And life and light con-vey. A-MErn. mf But where the Gospel comes, 0 may I never read in vain, It spreads diviner light; But find the path to heaven. It calls dead sinners from their tombs, And gives the blind their sight. mnf I hear Thy word with love, And I would fain obey; 'nf My gracious God, how plain Send Thy good Spirit from above, Are Thy directions given! To guide me, lest I stray. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1719.

Page  313 THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. 365. C.M. AZMoN. "Thy word is true from the beginning." Glaser. _H ___ t | -t=56. A glo - ry gilds the sa-cred page, Ma- jes - tic like the sun, mf - II. _. ____-| d._ _ f-0 —0-~ s4_ mf The hand that gave it still supplies As makes a world of darkness shine The gracious light and heat: With beams of heavenly day. His truths upon the nations rise; They rise, but never set. f My soul rejoices to pursue The steps of Him I love, f Let everlasting thanks be Thine, cr Till glory break upon my view For such a bright display, In brighter worlds above. AMErN. William Cowper, 1779. 36. C.1%. SOUTHWELL. "Thy Word is a lantern unto my feet, and a light unto my path." H. S. Irons. I _1X-g-T m - 1 -= o F 5, #_t_ E I_ -88. Thy word is to my feet a lamp, The way of truth to show; A Mf 0-S.-j Z2 watch-light, to point out the. path In which I ought to go. A-MEN. _X- -p --- mf I've vow'd-and from my covenant, Lord, nf Thy testimonies I have made Will never start aside- My heritage and choice; That in Thy righteous judgments I For they, when other comforts fail, Will steadfastly abide. My drooping heart rejoice. mf Let still my sacrifice of praise mf My heart with early zeal began WithThee acceptance find; Thy statutes to obey; And in Thy righteous judgments, Lord, And, till my course of life is done, Instruct my willing mind. Shall keep Thine upright way. AMEN Psalm cxix.

Page  314 GENERAL HYMNS. Q^r7 -. I uV v I (J-.M. "The invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are BELGI clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made." B. Brown-B -0-S I ---r h- -t —1T- r= F:Zl — Z[ 'AVE. orthwick m. ~= ^r --— = --- - - S= W=FI _ ), 6&~ -3 a -~ m It6_ he9_ a-Ezs~e I/ { fI,-, C." = 88. Great God, with won-der and with praise, On all Thy works I look; I rL -, _L.. i =- -- _ —r_ I,Ii --- —---------— L r _LLD__L=__ L I A_ - -— t —>-< tGo t-4-! ~= _ -- i- I_~ bL _ I- - _Li_ j__Li~m But still Thy wis-dom, pow'r, and grace, Shine brightest in Thy book. A-MEN. _ 1 -a-! -+_ K -F ---- -i-!- -—: --- - - -- mf The stars that in their courses roll, mf Lord, make me understandThy law, Have much instruction given; dim Show what my faults have been; ButThy good word informs my soul p And from Thy Gospel let me draw How I may soar to heaven. Pardon for all my sin. mf The fields provide me food, and show p Here would I learn how Christ has died The goodness of the Lord; To save my soul from hell; But fruits of life and glory grow cr Not all the books on earth beside InThy most holy word. Such heavenly wonders tell. mf Here are my choicest treasures hid, mf Then let me love my Bible more, Here my best comfort lies; And take a fresh delight, Here my desires are satisfied, By day to read these wonders o'er, And here my hopes arise. And meditate by night. AMEN. ^ Jt Isaac Watts. BJV, C.M. DEDHAM. "Teach me, 0 Lord, the way of Thy statutes, and I shall keep it unto the end." Arr. L. Mason. I I I....__..... I-1-.=. —_ - -- 1nzit — iR.. Ii-A - I - di I — =- - If I: —",. -i ---. --- — - -t r -1 U 1 1_ --- —-,to-,-1 r I'm Ad a - i -i — L-, -C, Mir --- 1-e l9 t i nf ---9 — I = 76. In-struct me in Thy stat-utes, Lord, Thy right-eous paths dis - play; m ~. ~ - - _ ----- - -—....- --- - - ---.l-,- fI --- - I:I =:1 _1_ _L4_aA_1__&2_ And I from themthro' all my life, Will nev - er go a - stray. A-MEN. mf If Thou true wisdom from above Wilt graciously impart, To keep Thy perfect laws I will Devote my zealous heart. mf Direct me in the sacred ways To which Thy precepts lead; I I I I Because my chief delight has been Thy righteous paths to tread. mf Do Thou to Thy most just commands Incline my willing heart; Let no desire of worldly wealth From Thee my thoughts divert. AMEN. Psalm cxix.

Page  315 3Uemppto in 9 Wi s. 39 With Chorus. ASHLEY. Martin Mc kan "My heart shall rejoice in Thy salvation." 1 _ -- _ _, 5 80. Sal - va-tion! 0 the joy - ful sound, Glad ti - dings to our ears, _f - - __!_ —{r: m --- — '5-_- rg-X —: —,-: --- — ' A sovereign balm for ev - ery wound, A cor-dial for our fears.. _ —,_~ -. 1_ - _A _ -2 n —r -— I-.I I f =M -— 4 --— Pl ----C-1 Y 1 Z 1. -t- t 1- I = I. -,._._ -- 88. CHORUS to each verse. s — - i --- -;..-. — 4 -.. I Glo-ry, honour, praiseand power,Be un - to the Lamb for ev - erI Je- sus Christ is / -ta -=-_- =, — — S r-,iJ^1- L-I l. — s -b I - t - I' r ' - _-tt ---s ---~r Pro, I I I a I — ~,=^4=^^=^ — L -- 1 --. -f our Redeemer, Al-le - lu-ia! Al - le - lu - ia! Al-le -lu -ia! praise the Lord. A-AiEN. _- I-,, — '- - -2- - - -,3 4 =2t=L 2 X —t mf Salvation buried once in sin, dim At hell's dark door we lay; cr But now we rise, by grace divine, And see a heavenly day. f Glory, honour, etc. mf Salvation! let the echo fly The spacious earth around, While all the armies of the sky Conspire to raise the sound. f Glory, honour, etc. mf Salvation! 0 Thou bleeding Lamb, To Thee the praise belongs: Our hearts shall kindle at Thy Name, Thy Name inspire our songs. f Glory, honour, etc. AMEN. Isaac Watts.

Page  316 GENERAL HYMNS. 370. 8s. 7s.. TRUST. "Every day will I give thanks unto Thee, and praise Thy Namefor ever and ever." Mendelssohn. P — -~ ---~ ',_' I I" " _ _ _ _ IF v mf~F r-^ — - - F - - 84. Sav-iour, source of ev -ery blessing, Tune my heart to grate-ful lays: /i i.- _ _ _I_ __ - I 1 - - I- ---- — 1 -____ _ _ 9i - t| - 2 Streams of mer - cy, nev- er ceas-ing, Call for ceaseless songs of praise. A-MEN. __ -9 -- I- - mf Teach me some melodious measure, Thou to save my soul from danger, Sung by raptured saints above; Didst redeem me with Thy blood. Fill my soul with sacred pleasure, While I sing redeeming love. mf By Thy hand restored, defended, Safe through life thus far I've come; p Thou did'st seek me when a stranger, cr Safe, O Lord, when life is ended, Wandering from the fold of God; Bring me to my heavenly home. AMEN. Robert Robinson. 371, L.M. UXBRIDGE. "The Son of God, who loved me, and gave Himself for me." L. Mason. = 52. All glorious God,what hymns of praise Shall our transported voi - ces raise! ----- --- -- -e - ~__-_.~u__ _~...... _ _-^ -- - -, -^- -g- ^- -— g-~:L^ (L/ ---L- - r 4 -8 What ar-dent love and zeal are due, While heaven stands open to our view!A - ME -_ --- -- - -,- ---- - -- -- p Once we were fallen, and O how low! By Him what wondrous grace is shown Just on the brink of endless woe: To souls impoverish'd and undone! ar When Jesus, from the realms above, Borne oWhen thJesus, from the realmess above, f He shows, beyond these mortal shores, Borne on the wings of boundless love, A brifh nheritance as ours A bright:nheritance as ours; mf Scattered the shades of death and night, Where saints in light our coming wait And spread around His heavenly light; To share their holy, happy state. AMEN Philip Doddridge.

Page  317 REDEMPTIONf. 372 (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. NATVITY, "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." H. Lahee. f -t- -I- 1 — 9 -=88. To our Re-deem-er's glo-rious Name A - wake the sa - cred song; What mortal tongue display! Our humble thanks to Thee, Imagination's utmost stretch May every heart with rapture say, In wonder dies away. The Saviour died for me." mf He left His radiant throne on high, mf 0 may the sweet, the blissful theme, Left the bright realms of bliss, Fill every heart and tongue; dim And came to earth to bleed and die: cr Till strangers love Thy charming Name, ~~~~~~-~ —~- l - ~z --— w Was ever love like this? And join the sacred song. AMEN. Anne Steele, 1760. (SECoND TUNE.) DEDHAM. Arr. L. Mason. In6. To our Redeemer's glorios Name A -wake the sa- cred song; mf e left is radiat throne on high, mf m ay the sweet, the blissful theme, 0 may His love (im - mor-tal flame!) Tune ev - ery heart and tongue. A-MEN. Anne Steele, 1760.

Page  318 GENERAL HYMNS. 373. (FIRs TUNE.) 7s. CLARION. "There is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby 1. F. Rimbault. we must be saved." 7- ' _ __ E_- rri - - -88. Sing, my soul, His won-drous love, Who, from yon bright throne a - bove, -f -9 r - _t -,_ _ S - - -- i \ 0 - '' e- -' —F --- —' ---6 — J Ev - er watch-ful o'er our race, Still to man ex - tends His grace. A-MEN. rz-tz z — _- _ — ~.. t 1- "1 ----; —' 1 " —' ----_-, rv -— ' ---,-,_.~__T tnf Heaven and earth by Him were made, p God, the merciful and good, All is by His sceptre sway'd; Bought us with the Saviour's blood; What are we that He should show cr And, to make our safety sure, So much love to us below? Guides us by His Spirit pure. f Sing, my soul, adore His Name, Let His glory be thy theme: Praise Him till He calls thee home, Trust His love for all to come. AMEN. Anonymous. (SECOND TUNE.) S. BEES. J B.. Dykes = —88. Sing, my soul, His won-u rons love, Who, from yon bright throne a - bove, f -_- 7V — -, 2 1 ---- 1- -=_ -II E - er wtf oe -orac, Sl -t-man ~-H-e~ A -MN Ev - er watch-ful o'er our race, Still to man ex - tends His grace. A-MEN. I )=)t-a ^=I 1 v7, -4 I, t,,.

Page  319 REDEMAPTIONf. 3 * 8s. 6s. AIEtL. "God hath given Him a name which is above evers name." From Mozart m~f a -z -t p 1=56. 0 could I speak the match -less worth, 0 cr could I sound the glories forth, Which in my Sayv-iour shine, I'd IIr I __ 1j I~ I__ t __ _t iZ iz~ 17 _ __ soar,and touch the heavenly strings, And vie with Ga-briel, while he sings In notes almost di - vine, In notes al - most di - vine. A-MEN. -C —I I00 mf I'd sing the characters He bears, And all the forms of love He wears, Exalted on His throne: er In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, I would, to everlasting days, Make all His glories known. f 0 the delightful day will come, When my dear Lord will bring me home, And I shall see His face: T Then, with my Saviour, Brother, Friend, A blest eternity I'll spend, Triumphant in His grace. AmEN. SamueZL Medle 17A80

Page  320 GENERAL HYMNS. 3 75. Six. 8. PETERSBURGI "Casting all your care upon Him, for He careth for you." Bortniauski.. ( Peace,troubled soul,whose plaintive moan Hath taught each scene the note of woe; - 84. Cease thy comrn-plaint, sup-press thy groan, And let thy tears for - get to flow; mpO._ -_ --- -- ^ | | I___ On Jesus cast thy weighty load; - Safe in- -the mercy of thy God: - Thy God's thy Saviour, glorious word; hear,helieve, andblesstheLord. Ams. Behold, the preciou s balm i s f ound, To lu ll thy pain, and heal thy wound. A-MEN. Grace first contrived -a way And new- supplies each hour I meet To Come, freel y come, by sin opprest, On Jesus cast tha weighty load; In Himplan. mf Grace all thy refuge find thy rest, Safe ing feet It lays in heaven the mercy of thy God: Thy God's thy Saviour, glorious word; heartread the hbelieve, aroad; And bl ess the Lord. AMEZT. Walter Shirley. "By grace ye are saved through faith." German. d ~ —92. Grace! tis a charm-ing sound, Har - mo - nious to my ear: _,, i,.._s n 1 -, - - -- F mf Grace first contrived a way. And new supplies each hour I meet To save rebellious man, While pressing on to God. And all the steps that grace display Which drew the wondrous plan. mf Grace all the work shall crown Through everlasting days; mf Grace taught my wandering feet It lays in heaven the topmost stone, To tread the heavenly road; And well deserves the praise. AmEnB. Philip Doddridge.

Page  321 REDEMPTION. 37 L.M. HAMBURBL "Blessed is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven, and whose sin is covered." L. Mason. d 54. He's blest,whose sins have par-don gain'd, No more in judg - ment to ap - pear, nmf L- _z-' -- —:- _;.__ L ____ - jE- jfJ- I Whose guilt re-mis-sion has ob-taimed, And whosere-pent-ance is sin - cere. A-MEN. l-h i- -F-x- ^ -a g=~- er-$^g==^: gti arm^ mf No sooner I my wound disclosed, cr But them who in His truth confide, The guilt that tortured me within, Blessings of mercy shall surround. But Thy forgiveness interposed, And mercy's healing balm pour'd in. mf His saints that have perform'd His laws, Their life in triumph shall employ; p Sorrows on sorrows multiplied, f Let them, as they alone have cause, The harden'd sinner shall confound; In grateful raptures shout for joy. Psalm xxxii. AMENl. 378, C.. M. MARTYRDOM. "I have trodden the winepre7ss alone; and of the people there was none with Me." Hugh Wilson. p -2 __ b -- -e- p v d-8 L O t~^_ _ =88. Be- hold the Sav-iour of man-kind, Nail'd to the shame-ful tree; P ^- '' II ~-tI - ~ ' —' -%: 4, M,-rt I - ' How vast the love that Him in - dined To bleed and die for me! A-MEN. 7 I pp Hark, how He groans! while nature See where He bows His sacred head; And earth's strong pillars bend; [shakes, pp He bows His head and dies. The temple's.veil in sunder breaks, The solid marbles rend. cr But soon He'll break death's envious And in full glory shine; [chain; p 'Tis done the precious ransom's paid; p O Lamb of God, was ever pain, "Receive my soul!" He cries; Was ever love like Thine! AMEN. John Newton.

Page  322 GENERAL HYMNS. 379, L.M. -. U "The blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleawseth usfrom all sin." I _! _ - g T f LINCOLN. Stiastny. __I - ' Z _ 86. Ah,notlike er - ringman is God, That men to answer Him should dare; di --- - - --- 'T 1-.. I - Condemn'd,and into silence awed, They help-less stand before His bar A - MEN. dim t_ -9 I i-42-. ---- _ — -: _,_,, *, z m - I _ _ —_ -__ 1 _ - -- I p There must a Mediator plead, p And lo! the Son of God is slain Who, God and man, may both embrace; To be this Mediator crown'd: With God for man to intercede, cr In Him, my soul, be cleansed from stain, And offer man the purchased grace. f In Him thy righteousness be found. Bishop H. U. Onderdonk, 1826. AMEN. 380. O.M. BELMONT. Samuel Webbe (9 "He healeth the broken in heart." I I-. [ --. I.... I ___~_ _- — q- ~,L ----n-~-~ a-_ ~ _:- - -g~ —P-_z-. --- -— _:_ ___ V____ ----—... ---- _-~ -s ~"- - '- ~4_~ — 86. Whenwounded sore,the strick-en soul Lies bleed- ing and un- bound, One on- ly hand, a pierc-ed hand, Can heal the sin - ner's wound. A -MEN..i _ _ _ _fd- -=^^,-7 i. II 'I p When sorrows swell the laden heart, mf 'Tis Jesus' blood that washes white, And tears of anguish flow, His hand that brings relief, cr One only heart, a broken heart, His heart that's touched with all our joysi Can feel the sinner's woe. And feeleth for our grief.,p 'When penitence has wept in vain p Lift up Thy bleeding hand, 0 Lord I Over some foul, dark spot, cr Unseal that cleansing tide: One only stream, a stream of blood, dim We have no shelter from our sin Can wash away the blot. pp But in Thy wounded side. AMExN. C. F. Alexander, 1858.

Page  323 REDEMPTIOT. 0381. 8s. 7. COMMUNION. "Him that cometh unto Me, I wil in no wise cast out." Rousseau, mp- rir v-i i- -! = 80. Come, ye sin-ners, poor and need-y, Weak and wounded, sick and sore: MP I >.# — p _ — __. _ ~, - -—, i3 --. ~ ~ -— l-,~: _ j — j _ — cr Je - sus read- y stands to save you, And His heart with love runs o'er;,-, _- ' ^g- -g -' _ _ mU - --- - l r - r -- r I * * i -- He is a- ble, He is a - ble, He is will - ing; doubt no more. A-MEN. mp Come, ye needy, come and welcome, pp Agonizing in the garden, God's free bounty glorify: Your Redeemer prostrate lies; True belief and true repentance, On the bloody tree behold Him Every grace that brings you nigh, Hear Him cry before He dies, Without money, "It is finish'd!" Come to Jesus Christ and buy. Sinners, will not this suffice? mp Come ye weary, heavy-laden, p Lo! th' Incarnate God, ascending, Lost and ruin'd by the fall, Pleads the merit of His blood; If you tarry till you're better, Venture on Him -venture wholly, You will never come at all: Let no other trust intrude; cr Not the righteous, cr None but Jesus Sinners Jesus came to call. Can do helpless sinners good. mf Saints and angels, join'd in concert, Sing the praises of the Lamb; While the blissful courts of heaven Sweetly echo with His Name; ac Alleluia! Sinners here may sing the same. AMB:X. Joseph Hart, 1759.

Page  324 GENERAL HYMNS. 382, S. M CMTZ. "How shall a man be just with God." L. Maso* mp-: -: -6 - d- - - =58. Ah, how shall fall -en man Be just be - fore his God! _ —'5.u_ mp_ A, h o ^ -a fal l _ en _ r — #-. r - id 1- -- — = If He contend in righteousness,We sink beneath His rod. A-MEN. 9-$ at- -L-F- -i=-J-'' -' ' - mf If He our ways should mark, mf The mountains, in Thy wrath, With strict inquiring eyes, Their ancient seats forsake: Could we for one of thousand faults The trembling earth deserts her place, A just excuse devise? Her rooted pillars shake. mf All-seeing, powerful God! p Ah, how shall guilty man Who can with Thee contend? Contend with such a God? Or who that tries the unequal strife, None, none can meet Him, and escape, Shall prosper in the end? But through the Saviour's blood. Isaac Watts. AMEN. 383 C.,M. MARTYRDOM. "There shall be a fountain opened for sin and uncleanness." Hugh Wilson. mf_" -— T "Hark ---- X ' - 1_ -1 ~ " ' I....'-' —:.. -88. There is a foun - tain fill'd with blood Drawn from Emman-uel's veins: HU.. _ -i --- I - - - ~ —__:- -— + - _ _ --— _^ - J. -,__ ~___ -. _ ', _ a T -I- -- s.. `9 — And sinners plunged beneath that flood Lose all their guil - ty stains. A - MEN. __- --—.____. -- mnf The dying thief rejoiced to see mf E'er since, by faith, I saw the stream That fountain in his day; Thy flowing wounds supply, And there may I, as vile as he, Redeeming love has been my theme, Wash all my sins away. And shall be till I die. p Dear, (lying Lamb, Thy precious blood f Then in a nobler, sweeter song, Shall never lose its power, I'll sing Thy power to save, [tongue Till all the ransorn'd Church of God dim When this poor, lisping, stammering Be saved to sin no more. Lies silent in the grave. AMEN. William Cowper, 1779.

Page  325 BEDEMPTION. 384. r.IfL "Escape for thy life; tools not behind thee, neither stay thou in all the plain; escape to the mountain, lest thou be consumed."$ _ I - I I JSo~h~n 'CAta~re.. - -- - - I =1__1 #-I- _4=iiO R.1:::;, -:: -1 -- e5 2 -t 1 - 0, _~, 2;, r _Q_ I I_19.. I VA] -- -.. -, - WI --------- - I -I Li -L l L L.. 1 - 80. The voice of free grace Cries,Escape to the mountain; For A-dam's lost mf __ _ _ -- - - -1. —I -&-I _4 - - 61 - -- -- I I i I i Cl I I else -,d - i i I I I I I i-I Q 11-1; I I E4L 7'1 I-:;-, 1 I i F i raeChrist hath o-pened a fountain;{ For sin and un-cleanness, And race Alle lui - ia to the Lamb, Who hath _________ _ _ _ _ _F1 ev - ery transgress-ion, His blood flows most freely In streams of sal - bought us our par-don; We'll praise Him a gain When we pass o,- ver vation, His blood flows most free-ly In streams of sal - va- tion. A-MEN. Jordan, We'll praise Him a - gain When we pass o - ver Jor-dan.j _ ~ IT e fYe souls that are wounded, To Jesus repair; le calls YOU in mercy, And can you forbear? Though your sins be as scarlet, Still flee to the mountain, er That blood can remove them Which streamis from this fountain..f Alleluia, etc. f0 Jesus! ride onward, Triumphantly glorious: O'er sin, death, and hell Thou'rt more than victorious; Thy Name is the the theme Of the great congregation, er While angels and saints Raise the shout of salvation..ff Alleluia, etc. mnf With joy shall we stand When escaped to that shore, With our harps in our hand er We will praise him the more; We'll range the sweet fields On the banks of the river, And sing of salvation For ever and ever. if Alleluia, etc. AmEST. Thoruby.

Page  326 385. 8.7 GENERAL HYMNS. "Unite my heart to fear Thy Name." STUT&GAD. H. J. Gauntlett. I _ I - ' - f- 7 -- I - - d_88. 0 to grace how great a debt-or Dai- ly I'm con-strain'd to be; I -- -I._, Iq Let Thy love, Lord,like a fet - ter, Bind my wand'ring heart to Thee! A-MEN. -f; -f^-. __ p Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it; Prone to leave the God I love; cr Here's my heart, 0 take and seal it, Seal it for Thy courts above. AMEN. Robert Robinson. 3Mtpcntance. 386V L.M. HAMBURG. "If any man sin, we have an Advocate with the Father." L. Mason, 1825. d= 54. 0 Thou that hear'st when sinners cry, Tho' all my crimes before Thee lie, P e___ _1_ -- it L -' X~~~~~~~ _-!iWSa — - l - - — — --- ------ --- -- Be o - t e, n-o-t h- -a-n r — o,- -But - - m e f -- -. Behold them not with angry look,But blot their memory from Thy book. A-MEN. 1Z,-{ —g- J-I t -l _ -4 --— d _ — — r-ggEg:!-...- - l fete ~ r ^-P-|7 h ---F p-^ =L P -- -- - — \- \ —^ - -e-4- OR -- ^ mf/Create my nature pure within, And form my soul averse to sin: Let Thy good Spirit ne'er depart, Nor hide Thy presence from my heart..f/I cannot live without Thy light, Cast out and banish'd from Thy sight: Thy holy joys, my God, restore,, And guard me that I fall no more. p A broken heart, my God, my King, Is all the sacrifice I bring; The God of grace will ne'er despise, A broken heart for sacrifice. mf 0O may Thy love inspire my tongue! Salvation shall be all my song: cr And all my powers shall join to bless The Lord, my Strength and Righteousness Isaac Watts. AMEN

Page  327 BEPEVTANCE. 387' L.M. "Take not Thy Holy Spirit from me." FEDERAL STREI,..H. K. Oliver. -F1- 1 1,-I I-r - I -— I I. I,I I-r1 - -lr -- 6t:tz-z~=dH -=C- -— II I - -- X3-1 — a-,M -,;-_ _:r _ _ tt1)*L l -L —=- - iSIH-t n1f == 63. Stay,Thou long suf-fering Spir- it, stay, Tho' I have done Thee such des-pite; mf- - -_- -o) -i ~- -B- -- 2- —, -- --- m 9 s=-i -_-__= _ L= 4 =Fz-^9J^ —^ --- -F o-bm ~ ~ _ } -t —tw-X- -^sS~ —t I I v- II - L _ -L 1 X_,-JLL — -_[ -- --- - - L-_ dd;=;'rJZ'i.~=,7 I _==._=J=j= II -- -F-_ j- f-1 Nor cast the sin - ner quite a - way, Nor take Thine ev - er last - ing flight. A-MEN. mf Though I have most unfaithful been, Nor in Thy righteous anger swear And long in vain Thy grace received; T' exclude me from Thy people's rest. Ten thousand times Thy goodness seen, mf My weary soul, 0 God, release; Ten thousand times Thy goodness grieved. Uphold me with Thy gracios hand; Uphold me with Thy gracious hand; p Yet 0 the mourning sinner spare, cr Guide me into Thy perfect peace, In honour of my great High-Priest; And bring me to the promised land. Charles Wesley, 1749. AMEN. 388 C.M. COVERT. "Him that cometh to Me, I will in no wise cast out." From "Oratory Hymns." v mp | | =80. 0 Je - sus, Sav-iour of the lost, My rock and hid - ing place, - e7% __T_~~~~~~~~~ —:-^ ---- -A_-f_ ----_^,^,_g —t~r==xy storms of sin and sor-row toss'd, I seek Thy shel-tering grace. A-MEN. - - - -- -g - ___ - - p Guilty, forgive me, Lord, I cry; Pursued by foes, I come; A sinner, save me, or I die; An outcast, take me home. mp Once safe in Thine Almighty arms, Let storms come on amain; I I There danger never, never harms, There death itself is gain. f And when I stand before Thy throne, And all Thy glory see, dim Still be my righteousness alone, p To hide myself in Thee. AMEN. Edward H. Bickersteth, 188.

Page  328 GENERAL HYMNS. "God be merciful to me, a sinner." mp?-. -,, --!- -,5= 52. 0 that my load of sin were gone, 0 that I could at last sub - mit MP -- i -i - * i- i — At Je-sus' feet to lay it down, To lay my soul at Je -sus' feet! A-MEN. -1__ _- F= -— 1:-= f — 1 mp Rest for my soul I long to find; p Fain would I learn of Thee, my God; Saviour of all, if mine Thou art, Thy light and easy burden prove, Give me Thy meek and lowly mind, The Cross,all stain'd withhallow'd blood And stamp Thine image on my heart. The labour of Thy dying love. mf Break off the yoke of inbred sin, mf I would, but Thou must give the power, And fully set my spirit free; My heart from every sin release; I cannot rest till pure within, cr Bring near, bring near the joyful hour, Till I am wholly lost in Thee. And fill me with Thy perfect peace. Charles Wesley, 1742. AMEN. 390,. S. STEPHEN. " If God be for us, who can be against us." TV. Jones. I —s f " Alf '__in-f! — 88. 0 let tri-umph-ant faith dis-pel The fears of guilt and woe; __ _ -T -~- ---- -_ ----— t _-_ _ _- - If God be for us, God the Lord, Who, who shall be our foe. A-MEN. mf He Who His only Son gave up Who now Ilis people shall condemn? To death, that we might live, p The Lamb of God hath died. Shall He not all things freely grant mf And He Who died hath risen again, That boundless love can give? Triumphant from the grave; mf Who row His people shall accuse? At God's right hand for us He pleads, 'Tis God hath justified: Omnipotent to save. AMEN. "Scotch Paraphrase."

Page  329 FAITH. 391. (FIRST TUNE.) Six 7s. REDHEAD, 76. "I wilt put thee in a clift of the rock." R. Redhead. i............... I I t f -- - -— ' 1i-80. Rock of A -ges, cleft for me, Let me hide my - self in Thee: rof __ -I - ' I I - -- i' ---- _ _-~ ---k —, l F ---I =.-."gio 1V | -- - IJ - ^ -p M - dinz Let the wa - ter and the blood, From Thy riv - en side which flow'd, dim _ _ _- _ - _ le _=-== -_t^ —f -^q:^ ^E^ f -_r. l<-, --- i- ]l cr 1 - Be of sin the dou - ble cure, Cleanse me from its guilt and power. A-MEN. er I — ff-l ~ —.[r m r-t- g- ^ — - ^[ - - - wi -= " mf Not the labours of my hands Can fulfil Thy law's demands; Could my zeal no respite know, Could my tears for ever flow, All for sin could not atone, Thou must save, and Thou alone. p Nothing in my hand I bring: Simply to Thy Cross I cling; Naked, come to Thee for dress; Helpless, look to Thee for grace: Foul, I to the fountain fly; cr Wash me, Saviour, (p) or I die. p While I draw this fleeting breath, When my eyelids close in death, cr When I soar through tracts unknown, See Thee on Thy judgment throne, p Rock of Ages, cleft for me, pp Let me hide myself in Thee. AMEN. A. M. Toplady, 1776. * An altered and abbre izated version of this Hymn may be found in Hymn 531.

Page  330 GENERAL HYMNS. 391. t (SECOND TUNE.) Six 7s." "I will put thee in a cleft of the rock." PETRA. Mendelssohn A- 80. Rock of A- ges, cleft for me, Let me hide my-self in Thee; ~ <,nf,. dimr Let the wa - ter and the blood, From Thy riv- en sidewhichflow'd, dim _-_ S '2 2 2 t i _ _d.0_ Be of sin the dou - ble cure, Cleanse me from its guilt and power. A-MxE. mf Not the labours of my hands Can fulfil Thy law's demands: Could my zeal no respite know, Could my tears for ever flow, All for sin could not atone, Thou must save, and Thou alone. p Nothing in my band I bring; Simply to Thy Cross I cling; Naked, come to Thee for dress; Helpless, look to Thee for grace: Foul, I to the fountain fly; cr Wash me, Saviour, (p) or I die. p While I draw this fleeting breath, When my eyelids close in death, cr When I soar through tracts unknown, See Thee on Thy judgment throne, p Rock of Ages, cleft for me, pp Let me hide myself in Thee. AMEI. A. M. Toplady, 1776. a An altered and abbreviated version of this Hymn may be found in Hymn 53L

Page  331 FAITH. 3911. Six 7s. (THIRD TUNE.) TOPLADY. "I will put thee in a clift of the rock." T. Hastings. rn i -4 -- 102. Rock of A - ges, cleft for me! Let me hide my- self in Thee; mf — -_ -' -E- -J -. — - I ____Z ___. +r _!Et==I 9 --- —-— I, - - - - Let the wa - ter and the blood, From Thy riv - en side which flow'd, *yi-E — -i ---r --- -=- -' '_-r -L t____ L Be of sin the double cure, Cleanse me from its guilt and power. A-MEN. -D- I - -D-_ — -p-, -* - -_-I mf Not the labours of my hands Can fulfil Thy law's demands: Could my zeal no respite know, Could my tears for ever flow, All for sin could not atone, Thou must save, and Thou alone. p Nothing in my hand I bring, Simply to Thy Cross I clindg Naked, come to Thee for dress; Helpless, look to Thee for grace: Foul, I to the fountain fly; cr Wash me, Saviour, (p) or I die. p While I draw this fleeting breath, When my eyelids close in death, cr When I soar through tracts unknown, See Thee on Thy judgment throne, p Rock of Ages, cleft for me, pp Let me hide myself in Thee. AME,. A. M. Toplady, 1776. * An altered and abbreviated version of this Hymn, may be found in 2No. 531.

Page  332 GENERAL HYMNS. 392S (FIRST TUNE.) 8s. 6. S. CBRSPN. "To whom shaZl we go but unto Thee." G. J. Elvey. P m =-4. Just as I am,-with-out one plea, But that ThyBlood was shed for me, p. | mf -4-4 And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee,O Lamb of God, I come, I come. A-ME. -&-.-, - -..... p Just as I am, -and waiting not p Just as I am, -poor, wretched, blindTo rid my soul of one dark blot, cr Sight, riches, healing of the mind, To Thee, whose blood can cleanse each spot, Yea, all I need, in Thee to find, pp O Lamb of God, I come. pp O Lamb of God, I come. p Just as I am, - though toss'd about p Just as I am, - (mf) Thou wilt receive, mf With many a conflict, many a doubt, Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; Fightings and fears, within, without, cr Because Thy promise I believe, pp O Lamb of God, I come. O Lamb of God, I come. p Just as I am, - (mf) Thy love unknown Has broken every barrier down; cr Now to be Thine, yea, Thine alone, O Lamb of God, I come. AMEN. Charlotte Elliott, 1836. (SECOND TUNE.) MISERECORDIA. Henry Smart. -6-8 -_ _ _. _ I -. _____ p - —; - i'~ - s - -i — a o=84. Just as I am, with-out one plea, But that Thy Blood was shed for me, V < e - - _- z - -; -- ------- And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee,O Lamb of God, I come. A-MEN..__^,_. I I I -1 1I

Page  333 FAITH. 392. (THIRD TUNE.) 8s.. 6. CONFIDENCE. "To whom shall we go but unto Thee.' G. B. Chamberlain. -=50. Just as I am, with-out one plea, But that Thy Blood was shed for me, p..... "- ) I i '... _ — _ - — _E -..._... And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee, O Lamb of God, I come. A-MEN. p -. - -_-2 — ~_. _- -__-p —_ -- - - -? - I ~-_z-z-@=-izzjz t-t; It-t ---t- 4 — p Just as I am,- and waiting not p Just as I am,- poor, wretched, blindTo rid my soul of one dark blot, cr Sight, riches, healing of the mind, To Thee, whose blood can cleanse each spot, Yea, all I need, in Thee to find, pp O Lamb of God, I come. pp O Lamb of God, I come. p Just as I am,-though toss'd about p Just as I am,- (nmf) Thou wilt receive, mf With many a conflict, many a doubt, Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; Fightings and fears, within, without, cr Because Thy promise I believe, pp O Lamb of God, I come. O Lamb of God, I come. p Just as I am,- (mf) Thy love unknown Has broken every barrier down; cr Now to be Thine, yea, Thine alone, O Lamb of God, I come. AMEN. Charlotte Elliott, 1836. (FOURTH TUNE.) BALFOUR. Balfour. 4 Jst a I am, without ne plea, But that Thy Blood was shed for me, |_a_ — - ^- -1?- -i - -__ And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee, 0 Lamb of God, I come. A-MEN. I ~ I I p PP --- -,-.,S_ ~__ _..- __J_ --- —s 2 ---- 2-&'-2 -r1 --- I I. I I I I

Page  334 GENERAL HYMNS. 393, (FIST TNE.) 7s. D. HOLLINGSIDE. J. B. Dykes. "Iflee unto Thee to hide me." — 88. Je - sus, Lov-er of my soul, Let me to Thy bo - som fly, While the near - er wa -ters roll, While the tem -pest still is high; ' — '- -- 1- -- g. f..... I,,-,,-g w,/ c- -r r=1== — _g Ft2 I -- - - - Hide me, 0 my Sav-iour, hide, Till the storm of life be past; r- _. - -: — ' -L - -- _ — i Safe in - to the ha -ven guide, 0 re-ceive my soul at last. A-MEN. dim -I L. p -,~ _ I.-4 - L-, 1 I: - ' mf Other refuge have I none, Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; p Leave, ah! leave me not alone, Still support and comfort me: cr All my trust on Thee is stay'd; All my help from Thee I bring; Cover my defenceless head p With the shadow of Thy wing. mf Plenteous grace with Thee is found, Grace. to cover all my sin; cr Let the healing streams abound, f Make and keep me pure within: Thou of life the fountain art, Freely let me take of Thee: Spring Thou up within my heart, Rise to all eternity. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1740. * An altered and abbreviated version of this Hymn, with another Tune, may be found in Hymn 53.

Page  335 FAITH. 393,* (SECOND TUNE.) 7s. D. S. FABIAN. "Iflee unto Thee to hide me." J. Barmby. -=84. Je-sus, Lov-er of my soul, Let me to Thy bo -som fly, cr While the near- er wa-ters roll, While the tem-pest still is high; cr -e - -1j2 Slower. =. IW I. I _1 —I 1- - { — I:1;'.. Hide me, 0 my Sav-iour, hide, Till the storm of life be past; P d cr I f di' /w Safe in - to the ha - en guide, 0 re - ceive my soul at last. A-MEg. cr- dim Lmf Other refuge have I none, mf Plenteous grace with Thee is found, Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; Grace to cover all my sin; p Leave, ah! leave me not alone, cr Let the healing streams abound, Still support and comfort me: f Make and keep me pure within: p All my trust on Thee is stay'd; p Thou of life the fountain art, All my help from Thee I bring; Freely let me take of Thee: cr Cover my defenceless head cr Spring Thou up within my heart, dim With the shadow of Thy wing. dim Rise to all eternity. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1740. * This Tune may be sung in UNISON if preferred.

Page  336 GENERAL HYMNS. 393J 7s.. D. (THIRD TUNE.) MARTYN. "I flee unto Thee to hide me." Marsh. -54. Je -sus, Lov - er of mysoul, Let me to Thy bos - om fly, P -e- -o- -8- -6 - -~ — -1' - -<9- -9- - t — -I- -s-.... -_ _-_ _-_-T- --- -r- - r --- — F --- While the near-er wa - ters roll, While the tern - pest still is high: cr — - - _ -* - -G- -- - -- -9- -t- -6 -__ __ - - t - -- ---- -— i — —, --- ---- _ --- —- ___ _ __ -. __ --- I.t.... mf Hide me, 0 my Sav-iour hide, Till the storm of life be past;.?-4-;-( —6 ----p —+-~-...4-~-:-0- ~ ' --- I —~-* —i- — ~+ --- -F ---o-t-\- ---— ~" " — ' ' " L-.....- II ---— F:ti " - t-' -_ -__- _ --- - -- -- dim p' Safe in- to the ha -ven guide; 0 receive my soul at last. A - MEN. dim._ - -- - - -a- - P — -- - -- L. =tA -tt-E -6- t — pzf Other refuge have I none, mf Plenteous grace with Thee is found, Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; Grace to cover all my sin; p Leave, ah! leave me not alone, cr Let the healing streams abound, Still support and comfort me: f Make and keep me pure within: cr All my trust on Thee is stayed; Thou of life the fountain art, All my help from Thee I bring; Freely let me take of Thee: Cover my defenceless head Spring Thou up within my heart, p With the shadow of Thy wing. Rise to all eternity. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1740 * An altered and abbreviated version of this HZymn, may be found in No. 532.

Page  337 FAITH. 394. (FIRST TUNE.) 8s. 4. GRATITYDL "Whom have I in heaven but Thee ) " J. B. Dl'kes. -82. Je-sus, my Say - iour, look on me, For I am wea- ry and op -prest; [ mf I I FFd_ > - i_ _ _ 2~ _ 1,._ I come to cast my - self on Thee: Thou art my Rest. A-MEN. _, -- | - ~ P~ I- I _____ _J j -_ __ - __S-z I — i, j-; _ -. -_,__.. ~-6 —k'-i"-_ _ = — D r —~ — -~ -..... p Look down on me, for I am weak, mf When Satan flings his fiery darts, I feel the toilsome journey's length; I look to Thee; my terrors cease; Thine aid omnipotent I seek: Thy Cross a hiding-place imparts: f Thou art my Strength. p Thou art my Peace. p I am bewilder'd on my way, p Standing alone on Jordan's brink, Dark and tempestuous is the night; In that tremendous latest strife, O send Thou forth some cheering ray: Thpu wilt not suffer me to sink: f Thou art my Light. f Thou art my Life. mf Thou wilt my every want supply, E'en to the end, whate'er befall; cr Through life, in death, eternally,.f Thou art my All. AMEN. Charlotte Elliott, 1863. (SECOND TUNE. ) BROOKFIELD. Southgate. ___; ____C I l~H -,- _- ___;; - i rf F 7" ' T- ~" = 82. Je - sus, my Say - iour, look on me, For I am wea - ry and op-prest, IL _ mf __:r_]2::,T -— I ~__-l —r, -- I c6me to cast my-self on Thee: Thou art my Rest; Thou art my Rest. A - MEN. __ wP __ _ 1-i w - I I _ _ _

Page  338 GENERAL H YMN S. 394. (THIRD TUNE.) 8s. 4. HANFORD. "Whom have I in heaven but Thee." A. S. Sullivan., —7 -oif - 80. Je - sus, my Sav-iour, look on me, For I amwea-ry and op-prest; _ _ _ _ - wa - and I come to cast my - self on Thee: Thou art my Rest. A - MEN. __ _ _2 p Look down on me, for I am weak, mf When Satan flings his fiery darts, I feel the toilsome journey's length; I look to Thee; my terrors cease; Thine aid omnipotent I seek: Thy Cross a hiding-place imparts: f Thou art my Strength. p Thou art my Peace. p I am bewilder'd on my way, p Standing alone on Jordan's brink, Dark and tempestuous is the night; In that tremendous latest strife, 0 send Thou forth some cheering ray: Thou wilt not suffer me to sink: f Thou art my Light. f Thou art my Life. mf Thou wilt my every want supply E'en to the end, whate'er befall; cr Through life, iii death, eternally, if Thou art my All. AMEN. Charlotte Elliott, 1863. (FOURTH TUNE.) RISETOLME. t. J. Gaunttett. MfW mf -1-7 ---~ — 8~-I 8 SO. Je - sus, my Sav - iour,look on me, For I am wea -ry and op-prest; n~f I zz tI~ I come to cast my - self on Thee; Thou art my Rest. A- MEN. _ _ -4 2 - - -42 P~ —fL-P —;- ff

Page  339 FAITH. 395. C.M. S. PETER. "Thy Name is as ointment poured forth." A. B. leinagle. I~:._ -_- — ___4_, 80. How sweet the Name of Je - sus sounds In a be - liev - er's ear! nf It makes the wounded spirit whole, My Lord, my life, my way, my end,And calms the troubled breast; Accept the praise I bring. 'Tis manna to the hungry soul, Weak is the effort of my heart p And to the weary rest. P WeAkd cold my warmest thought: My never-failing treasury, filled f Till then I would Thy love proclaim With boundless stores of grace. f i theen l r mf Jesus! my Shepherd, Husband, Friend, dim And may the music of Thy Name My Prophet, Priest and King, p Refresh my soul in death. AMEI, John Newton, 1779. 396V C.M. HOLY CROSS. "The blood of Jesus Christ ceanseth us from all sin," p 1-==I^ — h -P I ^^^,=80. For - ev - er here my rest shall be, Close to Thy bleed-ing side; P y n ra t re Iu 1, - 0fl -e f- 'iV te Iwd lov poli This all my hope and all my plea, "For me the Sav -our died." A-MEI. p My dying Saviour and my God, Wash me, but not my feet aloneFountain for guilt and sin! My hands, my head, my heart. mf Wash me, and make me thus Thine own; cr Till hope in full fruition die, Wash me, and mine Thou art; And all my soul is love. AMEN. Charles Wesey, 1740.

Page  340 GENERAL HYMNS. 397. P.M. "My hope, and my fortress, my castle." 1 I1 -,,, I EIN' FESTE BuOR German. f I az= - -_- -L - 1^^0 _- - r; _ P1n =58 (A mountain fast-ness is our God, On which our souls are plant - ed: And tho' the fierce foe rage abroad,Our hearts are nothing daunt- ed. f_ __-i _ -_ What though he be - set. With weapon and net, Ar-ray'd in death-strife? -—.-k r-4 r In God are help and life: He is our sword and ar - mour. A - EN. l_ ---- -h- - -....— =.n X f l a - | - -- ~~ -- f | _ mf By our own might we naught can do; To trust it were sure losing; For us must fight the Right and True, The Man of God's own choosing. Dost ask for His Name? CHRIST JESUS we claim; The Lord God of hosts; The only God: vain boasts Of others fall before Him. mf What though the troops of Satan fill'd The world with hostile forces? E'en then our fears should all be still'd: In God are our resources. The world and its King No terrors can bring: Their threats are no worth: Their doom is now gone forth: A single word can quell them. mf God's word through all shall have free And ask no man's permission: [sway, The Spirit and His gifts convey Strength to defy perdition. p The body to kill, Wife, children, at will, The wicked have power: cr Yet lasts it but an hour! The kingdom's ours for ever! f To Father, Son and Holy Ghost, For ever be outpouring cr One chorus from the heavenly host, And saints on earth adoring! if That chorus resound, f To time's utmost bound, And swell evermore, Like stormy ocean's roar, Through endless ages rolling. AMEN. rartin Luther, 1529; Tr. Bishop W. IB. Whittinghiam.

Page  341 FAITH. 398, 11s. WALMER. "I twilt keep thee in all places whither thou goest.' F. C. Filby, 185l d 184. How firm a foun - da - tion, ye saints of the Lord, f -e- _ - _. --- —---- -— ~-. e -- Is laid for your faith in His ex - eel - lent word! -i & - i -. * I_ ' _l.... 6-1 -What more can He say than to you He hath said, __ __T-,T-F- ~ ___ _ _,"1 —4.... 4 - 1 X....- -I ----... L_-____._[ —_-, You who un - to Je - sus for re - fuge have fled? A -MEN. t =-,L- __ I- _ - _ mf Fear not, I am with thee, 0 be not dismay'd, I, I am thy God, and will still give thee aid: I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand, Upheld by My righteous, omnipotent hand. p When through the deep waters I call thee to go, The rivers of woe shall not thee overflow; cr For I will be with thee, thy troubles to bless, And sanctify to thee thy deepest distress. mf When through fiery trials thy pathway shall lie, My grace, all-sufficient, shall be thy supply; The flame shall not hurt thee; I only design Thy dross to consume, and thy gold to refine. mf The soul that to Jesus hath fled for repose, cr I will not, I will not desert to his foes; That soul, though all hell shall endeavor to shake, if I'll never-no, never-no, never forsake. AMEXi. George Keith, (?) 1787.

Page  342 GENERAL HYMNS. 3991 C.M. SPOHR. "If any man sin, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ, the Righteous.". Spohr, =-90. Ap-proach, my soul, the mer - cy - seat, Where Je - sus ans-wers prayer; p — j _. _ --- a 4 There hum- bly fall be -fore His feet, For none can per - ish there. A- MEiN. a 2 -!- _ -9 ---[ 2: _im if l V — ~- 1 —1 ~ g -~- t -~ ~. tnf Thy promise is my only plea, cr Be Thou my shield and hiding-place; With this I venture nigh; That, shelter'd near Thy side, Thou callest burden'd souls to Thee, I may my fierce accuser face, And such, 0 Lord, am I. And tell him Thou hast died! p Bow'd down beneath a load of sin, mf 0 wondrous love, to bleed and die, By Satan sorely press'd; To bear the Cross and shame, By war without, and fears within, That guilty sinners, such as I, I come to Thee for rest. Might plead Thy gracious Name.AMEN. John Newton, 1779. 400. C.M. (FIRsT TUNE.) MALOW. "Men ought always to pray, and not to faint." L. Mason. -I I I -' = 58. Lord,teach us how to pray a-right, With rev-erence and with fear; _f _ -- Z-=-" -2- a - — o o i- | I --- J-f? — J I | — ---- ' " -= --- Th' dust and ash es in Thy sight, e ay,wemust draw near. Tho' dust and ash - es in Thy sight, We lnay, we must draw near. A-MEN. | S.f _______ cr _ mf Give deep humility; the sense cr Courage, our fainting souls to keep, Of godly sorrow give; And trust Thee though Thou slay. A strong desiring confidence mf Give these, and then Thy will be done; To hear Thy voice and live. Thus, strengthen'd with all might, p Patience, to watch, and wait, and weep, We, through Thy Spirit and Thy Son, Though mercy long delay; Shall pray, and pray aright. AMEX. James Montgomery, 1819.

Page  343 PRAYER. 400. C.M. (SECOND TUNE.) "Men ought always to pray, and not tofaint." _ R...__..__ -_-I _ S. JAMES. R. Courteville. - — 4 ---- -. _j __I _ _ _ _ a > __ _ _^ __ _ _. L_ —,,-__ __. - — x - -_- 6- -6.... -. —, ---- -' — _ mf -- -6,- 86. Lord, teach us how to pray a- right, With reverence and wiL.h fear; - " --- - -— ___ -_. - -S-,___ii ~4~i7 -F' P cr Tho' dust and ash-es in Thy sight, We may, we must draw near. A - MEN;. mf Give deep humility; the sense cr Courage, our fainting souls to keep, Of godly sorrow give; And trust Thee though Thou slay. A strong desiring confidence mf Give these, and then Thy will be done; To hear Thy voice and live. Thus, strengthened with all might, p Patience, to watch, and wait, and weep, We, through Thy Spirit and Thy Son, Though mercy long delay; Shall pray, and pray aright. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1819. 4011 (FIRST TUNE.) 7s. S. LUCIAN. " Ask, and it shall be given you." J. B. Calkin. _ _ - -y _- --- -~ — — 8S8.Come, my soul, thy suit pre-pare, Je - sus loves to an - swer prayer; f~~Z -- -- -_ — -6- --- -_ — - He Him - self has bid thee pray, Therefore will not say thee nay. A-MEN. - -- - 3tI F r r r mf Thou art coming to a King,Large petitions with Thee bring; For His grace and power are such, None can ever ask too much. dim With my burden I begin: p Lord, remove this load of sin; Let Thy blood, for sinners spilt, Set my conscience free from guilt. p Lord, I come to Thee for rest, Take possession of my breast; cr There Thy blood-bought right maintain, And without a rival reign. mf While I am a pilgrim here, Let Thy love my spirit cheer; As my Guide, my Guard, my Friend, Lead me to my journey's end. mf Show me what I have to do, Every hour my strength renew; Let me live a life of faith, dim Let me die Thy people's death. AMEN. John Newton, 1779.

Page  344 GENtERAL HYMNS. 4013 7s. (SECOND TUNE.) "Ask, and it shall be given you." WOLHAYES E. Harland. 9-88. Come, my soul, thy suit prepare, Je - sus loves to ans-wer prayer; f-_ -'-) +- _g_, - — u - 0- -' - _g- ~- _ _-_. He Him-self has bid thee pray, There-fore will not say thee nay. A-MEN. e -w-_ _ * -- -- J -- -r - - _ Ft., t_ mf Thou art coming to a King,Large petitions with Thee bring; For His grace and power are such, None can ever ask too much. dim With my burden I begin: p Lord, remove this load of sin; Let Thy blood, for sinners spilt, Set my conscience free from guilt. p Lord, I come to Thee for rest, Take possession of my breast; 402, c.. cr There Thy blood-bought right maintain, And without a rival reign. mf While I am a pilgrim here, Let Thy love my spirit cheer As my Guide, my Guard, my Friend, Lead me to my journey's end. mf Show me what I have to do, Every hour my strength renew; Let me live a life of faith, dim Let me die Thy people's death. AMmE. John Newton, 1779. "And he said, I will not let Thee go except Thou bless me." S. AGNES. J. B. Dykes. ~ -I-, ~. a- -- - -_ — _ - - _ - -- '-=88. Shep-herd di-vine, our wants re - lieve, In this our e - vil day; f __. _ _-_o..,-.....__ ____ {.:] - a- _- _ To all Thy temp-ted followers give The pow'r to trust and pray. A - MEN. 9 I_ _a _2 _'- -= p- __ _ - mf Long as our fiery trials last, Long as the cross we bear, 0 let our souls on Thee be cast In never-ceasing prayer. mf The Spirit's interceding grace Give us the faith to claim; To wrestle till we see Thy face, And know Thy hidden Name. mf Till Thou the Father's love impart, Till Thou Thyself bestow, Be this the cry of every heartI will not let Thee go. Otf I will not let Thee go, unless Thou tell Thy Name to me; With all Thy great salvation bless, And say,- I died for thee. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1749.

Page  345 1RA YER. 403. L.M. RETREAT. Thos. Hastings, 1840. "There I will meet with Thee; and I will commune with Thee. from above the mercy-seat." _ I I-. 92. From ev-ery storm-y wind that blows,From ev - ery swell-ing tide of woes, - -h --- _ -— 4- - _-_ I__ _ — tE~ E —< Act t-i=~FS - There is a calm, a sure retreat, 'Tis found be -neath the mer - cy seat. A-MEN. p 9 - - -- - - mf There is a place where Jesus sheds Though sunder'd far, by faith they meet The oil of gladness on our heads- Around one common mercy-seat. p A place that all beside more sweet; cr There, there, on eagle's wings we soar, It is the blood-stained mercy-seat. And time and sense seem al no more; mf There is a spot where spirits blend, And heaven comes down, our souls to greet, Where friend holds fellowship with friend; f And glory crowns the mercy-seat. AMEN. lHugh Stowell, 1832. 404. C.M. BELMONT. "Lord, teach us to pray." S. Webbe. _____ i- -L3J_-J-+ — M _ _I_ mf - T =92. Prayer is the soul's sin - cere de - sire, Ut - ter'd or un- ex- press'd; *mf -a — _~ I_ _ m ____ ___- ___ — e__9 —~- _ _ - - - - - - c - I dimThe mo - tion of a hid - den fire That trem-bles in the breast. A-MEN. dim__ -z z.. 1_-_-a ~__T -- - t z- -F- -r-' T v~~~~~ —s 2 -- d zPi- a s —e- > —ti p Prayer is the burden of a sigh, The falling of a tear; The upward glancing of an eye When none but God is near. mf Prayer is the simplest form of speech That infant lips can try; cr Prayer, the sublimest strains that reach The Majesty on high. mf Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, The C-hristian's native air, The watch-word at the gates of death; He enters heaven with prayer. p Prayer is the contrite sinner's voice, Returning from his ways; _r-~ - -_ t_ I-I g _ ___LU cr While angels in their songs rejoice, And cry, " Behold, he prays! " nif In prayer, on earth, the saints are one; They're one in word and mind, When with the Father and the Son Sweet fellowship they find. mf 0 Thou, by whom we come to God, The Life, the Truth, the Way, The path of prayer Thyself hast trod; Lord, teach us bow to pray f To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom we adore, Be glory, as it was, is now, And shall be evermore. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1819.

Page  346 405. (FtSTTUNE.) L.M. OLD 100th. "O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands." Gquil. Franc, 1554.f b a D-,-,Di- )? -88. All peo-ple that on earth do dwell,Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice: _ ---~- <=I-t I_- ~ ~ -e- ~- -g.- "' ~ "' Him serve with fear,His praise forth tell,Come ye be-fore Him and rejoice. A-MET. p Know that the Lord is God indeed; f O enter then His gates with praise, Without our aid He did us make: Approach with joy His courts unto; We are His flock, He doth us feed, Praise, laud, and bless His Name always, And for His sheep He doth us take. For it is seemly so to do. p For why? the Lord our God is good, His mercy is for ever sure; cr His truth at all times firmly stood, And shall from age to age endure. AMEN. Psalm c. W. Kethe, 1561. (SECOND TUNE.) OLD 100th. Ancient Form. mf -- -__a- ---- =]88. All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice: - ---- _ Him serve withfear,His praise forth tell,Come ye before Him and re-joice. A - MEN. --- _ L - - J d-_ --- -. I — - v-tt=^/=i —~f=^_~5_=-=q^^:r?

Page  347 PRAISE. 406. 5s. 6s. 5. HANOVEw "0 sing unto the Lord a new song: let the congregation of saints pratse Him." Handel.!=- 104. 0 praise ye the Lord, Pre - pare your glad voice, -. ---- -- --— r r-: - - i..\ ------ T I I '-1, J- I- - - His praise in the great As - sem - bly to sing;: ' --,1. - ', I' --- i? =T i I ~ ' ^ _ I -, I - 1 -~ 1 ~ a a vy gg= - - - -- -^ to: - * -t_ In their great Cre - a - tor Let Is - rael re - joice;....... I -., II- m — I z_ -4 -And chil-dren of Si - on Be glad in their King..A-MEN. f Let them His great Name Extol in their songs, With hearts well attuned His praises express: Who always takes pleasure To hear their glad tongues, And waits with salvation The humble to bless. f With glory adorned, His people shall sing To God, who their heads With safety doth shield; Such honour and triumph His favour shall bring: 0 therefore for ever All praise to Him yield! AxEN. Psalm cxlix.

Page  348 407. L.Y GENERAL HYMNS. "Thou, 0 God, art praised in Sion." PARK STREET. Venua, 1810. ^ —: —~-: — ----- — ~2 — — 25- -J- 2: s —~-[ - z" —::-4 --- = —80. For Thee, 0 God, our con - stant praise In Si - on. f -;- - - = -3 - _a,. ~- ~, -=7 6 T_ C 7 --- — _waits, Thy cho - sea seat; Our prom-ised al - tars -__ __ -___ there we'll raise, And all our zeal - ous vows corn - plete,, I,- _ 1 3t 3 E - And all our zeal- ous vows com - plete. A - MEN. --,: -— ~ ~,~-_-_^ —_ — _- ~H I ] -.. 1 p Thou, who to every humble prayer Dost always bend Thy listening ea:, cr To Thee shall all mankind repair, And at Thy gracious throne appear. p Our sins, though numberless, in vain To stop Thy flowing mercy try; Whilst Thou o'erlook'st the guilty stain, And washest out the crimson dye. mf Bless'd is the man who, near Thee placed, Within Thy sacred dwelling lives cr 'Tis there abundantly we taste The vast delights Thy temple gives. AMEN. Psalm lxv.

Page  349 PRAISE. 408, (FIRST TNE.) 7s. BEASTED. "0 give thanks unto the Lord, for He is gracious, and His mercy endureth for ever." Peter Weimar, give ta serIa M=74. Mag- ni - fy Je - ho - vah's Name; For His mer - cies ev - er sure, | L___o_ j _ -... y= j - __ '.:,_| - l. —,- - >,: From e - ter - ni - ty the same, To e - ter - ni- ty en - dure. A-MEN. - -- - - -F- f 2 -_f Let His ransom'd flock rejoice, mf To the Lord their God they cry; Gather'd out of every land, He inclines a gracious ear, As the people of His choice, cr Sends deliverance from on high, Pluck'd from the destroyer's hand. Rescues them from all their fear. p In the wilderness astray, mf Them to pleasant lands He brings, In the lonely waste they roam, Where the vine and olive grow; Hungry, fainting by the way, Where from verdant hills, the springs Far from refuge, shelter, home: Through luxuriant valleys flow. f O that men would praise the Lord, For His goodness to their race; For the wonders of His word, And the riches of His grace! AMEN. Psalm cvii. (SECOND TUNE.) LICHFIELD. Bishop W. D. Maclagacn =88. Mag - ni fy Je - ho-vah's Name; For His mer-cies ev - er sure,?e ay 'n rLd._- J2 ~-!7- ---. --- -~ - ~~-~ - ~:-:-9 =T- '_ — F~yr"- jr- Jra ^- - p-j4 ---=-4-| -— ~! - From e- ter- ni. ty the same, To e - ter - ni - ty en-dure. A-MEN. 1_-,__ - X __:-t-. ^___

Page  350 GENERAL HYMNS. 409. L.M. OLD 100th. "Serve the Lord with gladness, and come before.is presence with a song." Guil. Franc, 15541! Ya-8- Be-r - s - — o-, - bsa C." f -==88. Be-fore Je - ho-vah's aw - ful throne,Ye na - tions bow with sa -cred joy; _, f - a- A- f e t- -Ia I -- I fe tj_- d^ gtd 1p -St_ f; do _J- -'- 2 Zb — _ — ~- Z - ~,_ ~=~ -_& - ~ Know that the Lord is God a - lone; He can cre-ate, and He des-troy. A- MEN. mf His sovereign power, without our aid, f We'll crowd Thy gates with thankful songs Made us of clay, and form'd us men; High as the heaven our voices raise; And when like wandering sheep we stray'dff And earth, with her ten thousand tongues He brought us to His fold again. Shall fill Thy courtswith sounding praise p We are His people, we His care, mf Wide as the world is Thy command, Our souls, and all our mortal frame; Vast as eternity Thy love; cr What lasting honours shall we rear, Firm as a rock Thy truth must stand, Almighty Maker, to Thy Name? When rolling years shall cease to move. Psalm c. AMEN. 410i L.M. HEBRON. "0 Lord, Thou art become exceeding glorious; Thou art clothed with majesty and honour." L. Mason. =54 Bless God, my soul; Thou,Lord,a- lone Pos - sess-est em - pire without bounds, -— t l -; " - ' St l - i '"- i _- ^ 1$- __,t __.__- e— 2-B- -9 With honour Thou art crown'd,Thy throne E - ter - nal ma - jes - ty surrounds. A - MEN. mf With light Thou dost Thyself enrobe, p As bright as flame, as swift as wind, And glory for a garment take; [globe, His ministers heaven's palace fill; Heaven's curtains stretch beyond the They have their sundry tasks assign'd, The canopy of state to make. All prompt to do their Sovereign's will. mf God builds on liquid air, and forms f In praising God while He prolongs His palace-chambers in the skies; My breath, I will that breath employ; The clouds His chariots are, and storms And join devotion to my songs, The swift-wing'd steeds with whichHe flies. Sincere, as in Him is my joy. AMEN. Psalm civ.

Page  351 PRAISE. 411L 6s. 4s. DAWALL. "0 praise the Lord of heaven." John Darwal& u,______1_-_ M ____I______ _.MIn =-)100. Ye boundless realms of joy, Ex - alt your Mak-er's fame: His $- --- - -I: g:- -S~ ~ — --— X praise your song em - ploy A - bove the star - ry frame: Your voi - ces i~ I raise, Ye che-ru- bim And ser- a-phim, To sing His praise. A-MEN. / Thou moon, that rul'st the night, And sun, that guid'st the day, Ye glittering stars of light, To Him your homage pay: His praise declare, Ye heavens above, And clouds that move In liquid air. f Let them adore the Lord, And praise His holy Name, By whose Almighty word They all from nothing came; And all shall last From changes free; His firm degree Stands ever fast. AMEN. Psalm cxlviii.

Page  352 GENERAL HYMNS. cLSai L.M. S. AUDEON. "Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord." A. H. Brown. a9 92. 0 praise the Lord in that blest place From whence His goodness largely flows; f __F --- -h l Praise Him in heaven,where He His face,.Un - veil'd in per-fect glo-ry shows.A-MEN. mf Praise Him for all the mighty acts mf Let them who joyful hymns compose, Which He in our behalf has done; To cymbals set their songs of praiseHis kindness this return exacts, To well-tuned cymbals, and to those With which our praise should equal run. That loudly sound on solemn days. f Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice f Let all that vital breath enjoy, Make rocks and hills His praise rebound; The breath He does to them afford, dim Praise Him with harp's melodious noise, In just returns of praise employ: And gentle psaltery's silver sound. Let every creature praise the Lord. Psalm cl. AMEN. 4133..M. S. THOMAS. "Praise the Lord, 0 my soul; and all that Is within me, praise His holy Name." W. Tansur, 1768. i=76. 0 bless the Lord, my soul, His grace to thee proclaim, And f -- 1 I o - d - --— Iall that is with - in me, join To bless His ho - ly Name. A-MEN. mf 0 bless the Lord, my soul, p He feeds thee with His love, His mercies bear in mind; Upholds thee with His truth; Forget not all His benefits, c? And, like the eagle's, He renews Who is to thee so kind. The vigour of thy youth. p He pardons all thy sins, f Then bless the Lord, my soul, Prolongs thy feeble breath; His grace, His love proclaim; He healeth thine infirmities, Let all that is within me, join, And ransoms thee from death. To bless His holy Name. AMEN. Psalm ciii.

Page  353 414, L.M. PRAISE. "WAREHIAi. "My heart is fixed, 0 God, my heart is fixed; I will sing and give praise." W. Knapp, 1760. I I.-.. 6- C." 2: -019, -. - -;- 1 f — -- -- -0 - -. -- -=96. 0 God,my heart is fix'd, 'tis bent, Its thank-ful tri-bute to pre-sent; |L f —~I_ L -51 - --- - And,with my heart,my voice I'll raise To Thee, my God, in songs of praise.A-MEN. L - f Awake, my glory; harp and lute, Thy mercy highest heaven transcends, No longer let your strings be mute: Thy truth beyond the clouds extends. And I, my tuneful part to take, ff Be Thou O God, exalted high; Will with the early dawn awake. And as Thy glory fills the sky, f Thy praises, Lord, I will resound So let it be on earth displayed, To all the listening nations round: Till Thou art here,as there obeyed. AMEN. Psalm lvii. 415. c.M. BURLINGTON. "I will alway give thanks unto the Lord." J. F. Burrowes. mf o — J88. Throughall the changing scenes of life, In trou - ble and in joy, _-f -e- _2 __ d1' _ ' X _ I4 Li2 — _- _ The prais-es of my God shall still My heart and tongue em - ploy. A-MEN. I. InLe2 ~ 8 mf Of His deliverance I will boast, Till all that are distressed From my example comfort take, And charm their griefs to rest. mf O magnify the Lord with me, With me exalt' His Name; When in distress to Him I call'd, He to my rescue came. mf The angel of the Lord encamps Around the good and just; Deliverance He affords to all Who on His succour trust. p O make jut trial of His love, Experience will decide How bleet they are, and only they, Who ir His truth confide. mf Fear Him, ye saints; and you will then Have nothing else to fear; Make you His service your delight, Your wants shall be His care. AMEN. Psalm xxxiv.

Page  354 GENERAL HYMNS. 416a L.M. QUEBEC. "0 qive thanks unto the Lord; for He is gracious, and His mercy endureth for ever." Henry Baker. LI ' f i, -98. 0 ren - der thanks to God a - bove,The fountain of e - ter - nal love: - - -=. __' -I l -1 --- -~, < --- t- _ bean- I - -r i I=- - r I T:i- T. T:8- - l1I:m r WJ - - -, - - - C - -. - Whose mer-cy firm thro' a - ges past Has stood, and shall for ev - er last. AMEN^..- _, -- _ — g -T Ag= --- - II - f IT T c? Who can His mighty deeds express, p Extend to me that favour, Lcrd, Not only vast, but numberless? Thou to Thy chosen dost afford; What mortal eloquence can raise When Thou return'st to set them free, His tribute of immortal praise? Let Thy salvation visit me mf Let Israel's God be ever bless'd, His Name eternally confess'd; cr Let all His saints, with full accord, ff Sing loud Amens, Praise ye the Lord! AMEN. Psalm cvi. L7 C. eM. NOTTINGHAM. "0 Lord, our Lord, how excellent is Thy Name in all the earth." J. Clarke. I m f-p of, J=88. I sing th'Al-mighty power of God, That made the mountains rise, mf - o - '- g-.: 1A; il —? "i — ~ u -, '~2,_:_~~,.... I I I I That spread the flowing seas a-broad, And built the lof - ty skies. A - MEN.,,: 3- =- --.v. - l I....1.. I I — l J-tl -- L I l - -o I if I sing the wisdom that ordain'd The sun to rule the day; The moon shines full at His command, And all the stars obey. mf Lord, how Thy wonders are display'd Where'er I turn my eye; If I survey the ground I tread, Or gaze upon the sky, mf There's not a plant nor flower below But makes Thy glories known; And clouds arise and tempests blow By order from Thy throne. mf His hand is my perpetual guard; He keeps me with His eye: p Why should I then, forget the Lord, Who is forever nigh? AMEN. Psalm vii

Page  355 PRAAISE. 418. (FIST TuNz.) LiV. Timmo. "The Lord is King; the earth may be glad thereof." Dlr. Burney. f 1,51 70. Je ho-vah reigns,let all the earth In His just gov-ern - ment re-joice; Let f 42-b~C2 *L - -~~ -9 ~ all the lands,with sa-cred mirth, In His ap-plause u - nite their voice. A-MEw. — IT p Darkness and clouds of awful shade His dazzling glory shroud in state; cr Judgment and righteousness are made The habitation of His seat. f For Thou, 0 God, art seated high, Above earth's potentates enthroned; Thou, Lord, unrivalled in the sky, Supreme by all the gods art owned. AMEN. Psalm xcvii (SECOND TuIME.) OLD HUNDREDTH. Guit Franc, 1554. fKL688. Je -ho - vah reigns, let all the earth In His just gov - ern-ment re-joice; f -- - - T~ L I VP — 4 9- R I Let all the lands,with sa - cred mirth, In His applause u -nite their voice.A-MEN. ' L i I/ I I

Page  356 GENERAL HYMSGS. 419. 8s. 8s. 6. HARWOOfi. "Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord." Edward Harwood, = 76. Be - gin, my soul, th'ex-alt- ed lay; Let each en-raptured thought o - bey,,,- I. -. B- I -: - - - And praise th'Almigh - ty's name: Let heaven and earth, and seas, and skies, 14I-I- — 4 I __ r ff __I — I -- - In one me - lo - dious con - cert rise, To swell th'in - spir - ing theme. A-MEN. f Ye angels, catch the thrilling sound, While all the adoring thrones around His boundless mercy sing: Let every listening saint above Wake all the tuneful soul of love, And touch the sweetest string. f Whate'er this living world contains, That wings the air or treads the plains, United praise bestow: Ye tenants of the ocean wide, cr Proclaim Him through the mighty tide, And in the deeps below. mf Let man, by nobler passions sway'd, The feeling heart, the judging head, er In heavenly praise employ; jf Spread His tremendous Name around, Till heav'n's broad arch rings back the sound, The general burst of joy. AMEN. John Ogilvie, 1753,

Page  357 PRAISE. 420. Six 8s, Ow 113th. "As long as I have any being, I w~ill sing praises unto my God." Day's Psalter, 1563 *lap-LI dJS8. Iii1 praise my Mak - er with my breath,And when my voice is lost in death, cr I Praise shall em -ploy my no-bierpow'rs:My days ofpraLse shall ne'erbe past ar.B. While life, and thought,and being last, Or im-mor - tal - i - ty endures.A-ME1 vnf Happy the man whose hopes reiy On Israel's God: He made the sky, And earth, and seas, with all their train; He saves th' oppress'd, He feeds the poor; His truth for ever stands secure, And none shall find His promise vain. AMEN. Psalm cxl.

Page  358 421. M. GENERAL HYMNS. The Lord is my Strength, and my Shield." I.-. TIVERTON. Grigg. ~ T 6j 88. A- dored for - ev - er be the Lord; His praise I will re-sound, -~~4 -l^=g=-id -:: W>7^^:u who t -- I l - f From whom the c-Jes of my dis - tress A gra - cious an-swer found. A- MEN..-F - -r_-.-P- IS^r_ f2 — F_ a2 - rub; q mf He is my Strength ani Shield; my heart The saving health, the saving strength, Has trusted in His Name; Of His anointed flock. And now relieved, my heart, with joy, mf 0 save and bless Thy people, Lord, His praises shall proclaim. Thy heritage preserve; fThe Lord, the everlasting God, Feed, strengthen, and support their hearts, Is my Defence and Rock, That they may never swerve. AMEN. Psalm xxviii. 422, 7s. (FIRST TUNE.) VIENNA. "The morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shoutedfor joy." J. H. Kneclt. - -I...... ZJZr:, I 0 - - \^ l I -8;- -&W- — r - C/..` - V. f - _ - 88. Songs of praise the An - gels sang,Heav'n with A] - le - lu - ias rang,.f_ - _ - -i -.._ I. When Je - ho - vah's work be - gun, When He spake and it was done. A - ME. I -t,&i i - 0, I _, -L 9 I -— i- - -I — O I Hi -,- _ m.-....- i: - - i. — * I I i i mf Songs of praise awoke the morn, p When the Prince of Peace was born; cr Songs of praise arose, when He f Captive led captivity. p Heaven and earth must pass away; mf Songs of praise shall crown that day: God will make new heavens and earth, f Songs of praise shall fail their birth. p And shall man alone be dumb Till that glorious kingdom come? cr No; the Church delights to raise f Psalms, and hymns, and songs of praise. mf Saints below, with heart and voice, Still in songs of praise rejoice; Learning here, by faith and love, Songs of praise to sing above. mf Borne upon their latest breath, Songs of praise shall conquer death; cr Then, amidst eternal joy, Songs of praise their powers employ. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1819.

Page  359 A Af% PRAISE. 422, 7s. (SECOND TuNE.) PRAISCENTS. "The morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy." f * *^, S^* - 88. Songs of praise the an - gels sang, Heav'n with Al - le - lu - ias rang, _\ -- \ — 2 - -M-e * —8- * ---t ---- - - When Je - hovah's work be - gun, When He spake and it was done. A- MEN. --— ~ o - ^ — F ---— i mf Songs of praise awoke the morn, cr No; the Church delights to raise p When the Prince of Peace was born; f Psalms, and hymns, and songs of praise. ca Songs of praise arose, when He mf Saints below, with heart and voice, f Captive led captivity. Still in songs of praise rejoice; p Heaven and earth must pass away; Learning here, by faith and love, mf Songs of praise shall crown that day: Songs of praise to sing above. God will make new heavens and earth; if Borne upon their latest breath, f Songs of praise shall hail their birth. Songs of praise shall conquer death; p And shall man alone be dumb cr Then, amidst eternal joy, Till that glorious kingdom come? Songs of praise their powers employ. AMEN. James Montgomnery, 1819. 4 23. 8s. 7s. (FIRST TUNE.) SHARON. "I will magnify Thee, 0 God, my Kling." W. Boyce. g~=a^^:-^^=^^ig-g~i:^ -"I —B-^-5-=r | i -88. God, my King, Thy might con-fess - ing, Ev -er will I bless Thy Name; I f_2S r; 17 — 42-4 0 r 4_-2 4e 7 2 -—? I1-P - t-^-h- t-t L-x-1 — 1 ~- -F — ~z_-I_....- ___ ___ __ _____ __ — _Day by day Thy throne ad - dress - ing, Still will I Thy praise proclaim. A-MENT. C --- — - - -! —2 --- -h: —e W- ------— S --- —: --—: —z — _-t =.-_, -_ ----___ _ — ---.. _ — _ ---,. Z f Honour great our God befitteth; Works of love surpassing measure, Who His majesty can reach? Works of mercy passing thought. Age to age His works transmitteth, p Full of kindness and compassion, Age to age His power shall teach. Slow to anger, vast in love, mf They shall talk of all Thy glory, cr God is good to all creation; On Thy might and greatness dwell, All His works His goodness prove. Speak of Thy dread acts the story, mf All Thy works, O Lord, shall bless Thee, And Thy deeds of wonder tell. Thee shall all Thy saints adore: p Nor shall fail from memory's treasure, cr King supreme shall they confess Thee, Works by love and mercy wrought - And proclaim Thy sovereign power. AMEr. Psalm cxlv.

Page  360 GENERAL HYMNS. 423.(SECOND TUNE.) Ss. 7s. STUTGARD. "I will magnify Thee, 0 God, my King." German. IJ 88. God, my King, Thy might con - fess-ing, Ev - er will I bless Thy Name; 3.._ _ -0- --- 1 -- _ -f- --- --!_9- -; -:- -e -8 -I,7 — — ~ —< --- —~ - -- r S?~ ---~-5,~- - ' -S- -— ""f Honour great our God befitteth; p Nor shall fail from memory's treasure, Who His majesty can reach? Works by love and mercy wroughtAge to age His works transmitteth, Works of love surpassing measure, Age to age His power shall teach. Works of mercy passing thought. mf They shall talk of all Thy glory, p Full of kindness and compassion, On Thy might and greatness dwell, Slow to anger, vast in love, Speak of Thy dread acts the story, cr God is good to all creation; And Thy deeds of wonder tell. All His works His goodness prove. mf All Thy works, 0 Lord, shall bless Thee, Thee shall al Thy saints adore: cr King supreme shall they confess Thee, And proclaim Thy sovereign power. Psalm cxlv. AMEN. (THIRD TUNE.) S. OSWLD. J. B. Dykes. -^ -.~ ~ '= --- ~.-Z ---1 — --- -88. God, my King,Thy might confess-ing, Ev - er will I bless Thy Name; nlf mf ' I_,__ - _ — _-.g- _ — - Day by day Thy throne addressing, Still will I Thy praise proclaim. A -MEN. I f_ _. i I I I

Page  361 PRAISE 424 (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. MILES LANK W. Shrubsole. "He is Lord of lords and King of kings." I r J I _ I 1, I - _ - -r k-92 All hail the power of Je - sus' Name! Let an - gels prostrate f e ---, dim _ f[~ t ps fall; Bring forth the roy - al di - a - dem, And crown Him,, Last verse ff:_cra _ _ -— a p-_ SI Z i _ mnf Crown Him, ye martyrs of our God, Who from His altar call; Extol the Stem of Jesse's rod, And crown Him Lord of all. mf Hail Him, the Heir of David's line, Whom David, Lord did call; p The God Incarnate! Man divine, f And crown Him Lord of all I mf Ye seed of Israel's chosen race, Ye ransomed of the fall, cr Hail Him who saves you by His grace, And crown Him Lord of all. p Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget The wormwood and the gall, cr Go, spread your trophies at His feet, And crown Him Lord of all. f Let every kindred, every tribe, On this terrestrial ball, To Him all Majesty ascribe, ff And crown Him Lord of all. AMEX. Edward Perronet, 1780.

Page  362 424. (SECOND TE.) C.M. GENERAL HYMNS. He is8 Lord of lords, and King of kings." CORONATION. 0. Holden, 1793..f - f '" dim =-88. All hail the power of Je - sus' Name! Let an - gels pros-trate fall; f f dim Bring forth the roy - al di - a- dem,And crown Him Lord of all, cr__ g_" g I~E —~ —:!: --- - - I —~-sl:-~ — —!:- = F Bring forth the roy - al di - a-dem,And crown Him Lord of all. A-MENx. cr,. _ _ _ -, _. a._ "I- ':: -'-' --- I -------— l: -- — ' — — I ---- \ ----,, I:> ' --- —1 mf Crown Him, ye martyrs of our God, Who from His altar call; Extol the Stem of Jesse's rod, And crown Him Lord of all. mf Hail Him, the Heir of David's line, Whom David, Lord did call; p The God Incarnate! Man divine, f And crown Him Lord of all! mf Ye seed of Israel's chosen race, Ye ransomed of the fall, Hail Him who saves you by His grace, And crown Him Lord of all. p Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget The wormwood and the gall, cr Go, spread your trophies at His feet, And crown Him Lord of all. f Let every kindred, every tribe, On this terrestrial ball, To Him all Majesty ascribe, J' And crown Him Lord of all. AMEI. Edward Perronet, 1780.

Page  363 PRAISE. 425. P.M. TROTFH NO. 2. 14 A,77 't -,i< 7-,r,.... nr... /'e M T -.- ~~ of J Z TT- T _ o-M- -..y Eva woiuw r STO, v soul. a. S. D. lroyte. Al - le - lu - ia! Alle - lu- ia! A-MEN. / THE strain upraise of joy and praise, Alle- I luia! To the glory of their King Shall the ransom'd I people sing, 11 Alle- I luia! 11 Alle- I luia! And the choirs that | dwell on high, Shall re-echo I through the sky, || Alle- I luia! Il Alle- I luia! p They in the rest of I Paradise who dwell, cr The blessed ones with joy the I chorus swell, 11 Alle- | luia! 11 Alle- I luia! Unisonf The planets beaming on their | heavenly way, The shining constellations, I join and say, 11 Alle- I luiaI 11 Alle- I luia! Harmonyp Ye clouds that onward sweep, Ye winds on I pinions light, f Ye thunders, echoing loud and deep, Ye lightnings, I wildly bright, In sweet con- I sent unite 1I your Alle- | luia! f Ye floods and ocean billows, Ye storms and I winter snow, Ye days of cloudless beauty, Hoarfrost and I summer glow: Ye groves that wave in spring, And glorious I forests, sing, 11 Alle- i luia! Treblesf First let the birds, with painted I plumage gay, Exalt their great Creator's I praise, and say, 11 Alle- I luia! l Alle- luia! Men Then let the beasts of earth, J with I varying strain, Join in creation's hymn and | cry again, I Alle- | luia! 11 Alle- I luia! Men ffHere let the mountains thunderforth so- I norous, 11 Alle- I luia! Trebles p There let the valleys sing in gentler j chorus, 11 Alle- J luia! Men Thou jubilant abyss of I ocean, cry, i Alle- luia! Trebles Ye tracts of earth and conti- I nents, reply li Alle- I luia! Harmony f To God, who all cre- I ation made, The frequent hymn be I duly paid: | Alle- I luia! 11 A/le-1 luia! This is the strain, the eternal strain, the Lord Al- | mighty loves:![ Alle- } luia! This is the song, the heavenly song, that Christ,the K| ing,approves: 11 Alle. I luial Wherefore we sing, both heart and voice a- I waking, 11 Alle- I luia! Trebles And children's voices echo, answer J making, 11 Alle- I luia! Unison if Now from all men I be outpoured Alleluia 1 to the Lord; - With Alleluia I evermore The Son and Spirit I we adore. Harmony Praise be done to the I Three in One, Alle- I luia! \1 Alle- I luia! 11 Alle- I lluia! I AMEX. Godescalcus, 950; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1851.

Page  364 426. C.M. GENERAL HYMNS. "My cup runneth over." ARLINGTON. Dr. Arne. I. _ -3- _ -— I I --—.., -I. k Vu __ -— ___ 7 - ' ~ d -t I L ~ L.___ I - 9 _v__ —OR - S as,2?ot t" 1.- 0 0 0 - i I, _n mfw -I =_70. When all Thy mer - cies, 0 my God, My ris - ing soul sur - veys, mf _ -P- -_- f,.,-. -. - - ^P J -A- 42 Transport -ed with the view, I'm lost In won-der, love, and praise. A-MHEN - _-_ - - - E __ rnf 0 how shall words with equal warmth dim And after death, in distant worlds, The gratitude declare The glorious theme renew. That glows within my ravish'd heart? But Thou cawst read it there. p When nature fails, and day and night But Thou canst read it there. DividerTy wr n me, Divide Thy works no more, mf Ten thousand thousand precious gifts My ever grateful heart, 0 Lord, My daily thanks employ; Thy mercy shall adore. Nor is the least a cheerful heart, Thr all rn to Th That tastes those gifts with joy. f To ug l soeternit t Thee mf Through every period of my life But oh! eternity's too short Thy goodness I'll pursue; To utter all Thy praise. AMEN. Joseph Addison, 1712. 27. L.M. MENDON. "The Lord is King." German. ts r-+ }4 g a — -g i3 v/ nm -f=90. With glo-ry clad,with strength arrayed,The Lord that o'er all na- ture reigus, mf -mf -,.~ V ~ - -_-_ — SL __ i-An The world's foundation strongly laid, And the vast fab-ric still sustains. A- MEN. P_ - I- — 'J _ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7 **g?^ - r ~ < -* 7 i -- o"^' __ _ }=} 1~ — ---— [~: I] I- -t __ a r -J _ bt --- - - - I mf How surely stablish'd is Thy throne! Which shall no change or period see; For Thou, O Lord, and Thou alone, Art God from all eternity. mf The floods, 0 Lord, lift up their voice, And toss the troubled waves on high; But God above can still their noise, And make the angry sea comply. mf Thy promise, Lord, is ever sure, And they that in Thy house would dwell, That happy station to secure, Must still in holiness excel. AMIN. Psalm xciii

Page  365 PRAISE. 428. 6s. 4s. Moscow. "Holy, Holy, Holy." Giardini. emf2 L —92. Come, Thou Al- migh - ty King, Help us Thy Name to sing, Mf -P- -,- -07 ]:- -.... i - -: = - 2 Help us to praise! Fa - ther all glo - ri ous, O'er all vief -___ _ _ to - ri - ous, Come and reign o - ver us, An- cient of days. A - MEIT. mf Come, Thou Incarnate Word, p Come, holy Comforter, Gird on Thy mighty sword: Thy sacred witness bear, Our prayer attend; In this glad hour: Come, and Thy people bless; Thou, who almighty art, Come, give Thy word success; Now rule in every heart, Spirit of holiness, cr And ne'er from us depart, On us descend! Spirit of power. mf To Thee, great One in Three; The highest praises be, Hence evermore; cr Thy sovereign majesty May we in glory see, And to eternity Love and adore. AMBN. C. Wesley, (!) 1775.

Page  366 GENERAL HYMNS. 429. (FIRST TUNE.) L.M. WARFHAN. "Praise the Lord, 0 my soulZ W. Knapp, 1760. mf-~.-~ - - - ' " J=96. A - wake, my soul, to joy - ful lays, And sing my great Redeemer's praise, Ytlov..e me, nwh dg all H-a-s.g —e t a thu.d-er'.-.-loud, I-'- ~-I II ' A I-1 I I -1 I I He just- ly claims a song from thee:His loving kindness, O how free! A-MEN. p HIe saw me ruined in the fall, p When trouble, like a gloomy cloud, Yet loved me, notwithstanding all; Has gather'd thick, and thunder'd loud, He saved me from my lost estate; He near my soul has always stood; His loving-kindness, 0 how great I His loving-kindness, O how good! mf Though numerous hosts of mighty foes, p Often I feel my sinful heart Though earth and hell my way oppose, Prone from my Saviour to depart, He safely leads my soul along; But though I oft have Him forgot, His loving-kindness, 0 how strong! His loving-kindness changes not. p Soon shall I pass the gloomy vale, Soon all my mortal powers must fail; O may my last expiring breath His loving-kindness sing in death! AMEN. Samuel Medley, 1787. (SECOND TUNE.) MISSIONARY CHANT. -C. Zeuner. mf d=58. Awake, my soul, to joy-ful lays, And sing thy great Re-.deem - er's praise. mH justy__ cla_ a -so-n -o eis- -l- -- - ~He justly claims a song from thee:His loving kindness,O how free! A -MEN...- - -._. - - - - -I. - - -0 -. - (- -.-. I

Page  367 PRAISE. A<^O 8s. 7S. 43 i Six lines. DULOE CARMm "And again they said, Alleluia." Michael Haydn. ft - n^- - IS - -a -- -`-g i ---.t MC — -— _ r_= _ d=92. Al-le-lu-ia! song of gladness, Voice of ev-er - last-ing joy: -~- — 87 _-~,,..... I- _ _ - I, - -.,............ Al le - lu - ia! sound the sweet-est Heard a - mong the choirs on high, -^ IF I --- f-:~j^=; -- --- - i- - J - L r — I -- fl Hymning in God's bliss-ful man-sion Day and night in-cess - ant - ly. A-MEI. - d d:-v- - ' ~]- f-r —f -..... f Alleluia Church victorious, mf Alleluia! songs of gladness Thou mnay'st lift the joyful strain: Suit not always souls forlorn, Alleluia! songs of triumph Alleluia! (dim) sounds of sadness Well befit the ransomed train. 'Midst our joyful strains are borne; p Faint and feeble are our praises p For in this dark world of sorrow While in exile we remain. We with tears our sins must mourn. f Praises with our prayers uniting, Hear us, blessed Trinity; Bring us to Thy blissful presence, There the Paschal Lamb to see, Then to Thee our Alleluia Singing everlastingly. AMEN. Latin Hymn, 13th cent.; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1851.

Page  368 GENERAL HYMNS. 431, (FIRST TUNE.) 8. 7s. D. "One cried unto another, and said, 'Holy, holy, holy'." - I # REX GLORIAB. Henry Smart. 7 e'- r ' -- l jiI -4 -= 88. Round the Lord in glo - ry seat-ed, Cher-u-bim and Ser - a-phim __ — -- ~ -- -- - -' f, — _, —l —' -_ —_ ----. i — _-_ ~.' --- '"' = J -. - t ==j= _ Fill'd His tem - pie, aid re - peat- ed Each to each th'al-ter-nate hymn, ~r J j _, r., -^! ~ r -,- j JL s L ____-. * -__ __- _ Lord, Thy glo - ry fills the heav-en, Earth is with Thy ful- ness stored:,, ~ I _, Un - to Thee be glo - ry giv - en, HO - ly, H - - ly, ho - ly Lord." A-MEN. cr / I / If:.- ^ J r, —[._ ---- W,,- - _,e ' Cr=j r f =r ~ - -~ ' — ' ' I I mf Heaven is still with glory ringing, cr Earth takes up the angels' cry, "Holy, holy, holy," singing, "Lord of hosts, the Lord most High.' mf With His seraph train before Him, With His holy Church below, Thus conspire we to adore Him, Bid we thus our anthem flow: mf "Lord, Thy glory fills the heaven, Earth is with Thy fulness stored; Unto Thee be glory given, ' Holy, holy, holy Lord." Thus Thy glorious Name confessing, We adopt Thy angels' cry, "Holy, holy, holy," blessing Thee, the Lord of hosts most high.AMEN Bishop Richard Mant, 1837.

Page  369 PRAISE. 431. (SECOND TUNE.) 8s. 7s. D. "One cried unto another, and said, Holy, Holy, Holy." _ I.. SANCTUARY. J. B. Dykes. fI — 3:t-~'I - -— T '-'... =86. Round the Lord in glo - ry seat -ed Cher-u - bim and Ser - a-phim Fill'd His tern - pie and re - peat - ed Each to each th'al - ter-nate hymn,. e j 4i- ' -~ -J 1 9 $~_-_-i --- — _:_' ' 'i:"~.__ _ Lord, Thy glo - ry fills the heav-en, Earth is with Thy f ul-ness stored; _....,'~ g -, -[- j —_ ---_ - -j-T- __-' rat dim _ -p -~-" ' -~ - Un - to Thee, be glo - ry giv - en, Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho-ly Lord."A-MEf. { —dim —F — - - P S I_ _ _ _ f Heaven is still with glory ringing, cr Earth takes up the angels' cry, "Holy, holy, holy," singing, "Lord of hosts, the Lord most High." mf With His seraph train before Him, With His holy Church below, Thus conspire we to adore Him, Bid we thus our anthem flow: f "Lord, Thy glory fills the heaven, Earth is with Thy fulness stored; Unto Thee be glory given, Holy, holy, holy Lord." Thus Thy glorious Name confessing, We adopt the angels' cry, "Holy, holy, holy," blessing Thee, the Lord of hosts most high. Bishop Richard Mant, 1837. AMEN.

Page  370 GENERAL HYMNS. 432.* (FIRST TUNE.) P.M. ErDLESs ALLELUML "And all her streets sh~all say, A lleluia.n Joseph.Barnby. 8th Cent.; Tr. T. Ellerton. ULL..Sing Alleluia frth in... dut-eous praiseI 0 citizens of heaven; and....... 2.Ye next,who stand before th'E- ter - nal Light, In hymning choirs re-ech6. DEC. 3.The Holy City shall take..... up your strain, And with glad songs resbunding CAN. 4.In blissful antiphbns ye...... thus re -joice, I To render to the Lord with...... f cr DEC. 5. Ye who have gained at le'ngth your..... palms in bliss, Victorious ones, your chant shall CAN. 6, There, in one grand acclaim, for.............ev- er ring The strains which tell the honbur T - cr DEC. 7. This is the rest for weary ones brought back: This is the food and drink which O..G..4 -FULL. S. While Thee, by whom were~ all things. b rough made, we praise or ever,and tedl6u int i. 9. Almighty Christto Thee oura vol ces sing lory for evermore; to........ __ 4f il~LT 8 WhleTheby ho wre ~rr IN Thi8 tune may be sung in unison; or, only the 8th and 9th verses (the rest being sung in harmony); or, the 5th and 6th verses may be sung by Trebles only.

Page  371 PRAISE. -__ -- - -- 1-. '"' ff f f P sweet - ly raise An end- less Al - le - lu - ia! to the height An end - less Al - le - lu - ia! wake a - gain An end - less Al - le - lu ia' thank - ful voice An end - less Al - le - lu - ia!.- t 2 -ff,- - - Ir — — Sa-:g - " "-^9 -1 — 1" f rI ~...., _._: still be this- An end - less Al - le - lu - ia! of your King, An end - less Al - le - lu - ial i~ --- M_ mf V none shall lack,- An end - less Al - le lu i ia! -- -9 -- ---: sweet -est lays, An end - less Al - le - l u - ia! A - MEN. Thee we bring, An end - less Al - le - lu - ia! *' i.; -, _, --, ~ _B —,. -— ' --- - -. L,~ ~ ~ ~. - 2 ~ -' "" ~ - H.... ' ~ fm ~___

Page  372 GENERAL HYMNS. 432. (SECOND TUNE.) P.M. ALLELUIA PERENNB "And all her streets shall say, A lleluia.' W. H. Monk. \y R ---- 1J —^I ~ - --- f — i-G ~ rf Sing Al - le - lu - ia forth in du - teous praise, _- -a --- - a — --.* ---f --- a l ---^ -------- — X ---- C- ---- - 3 _ t O cit - i - zens of heav'n; and sweet - ly raise _ - - -t -a-. JV — An end - less Al le - lu -ia. A - IXn. ff - ~-' |I - I- o::.- - o I I- ' -g. S~, -+ -- j m Ye next, who stand before the Eternal f There, in one grand acclaim, for ever ring Light, The strains which tell the honour of your cr In hymning choirs re-echo to the height King, ff An endless Alleluia. f An endless Alleluia, mf The Holy City shall take up your strain, p This is the rest for weary ones brought er And with glad songs resounding wake back, again This is the food and drink which none f An endless Alleluia. shall lack,..f An endless Alleluia. mf In blissful antiphons ye thus rejoice To render to the Lord with thankful voice mf While Thee, by Whom were all things f An endless Alleluia. made, we praise lFor ever, and tell out in sweetest lays p Ye who have gained at icngth your palms n endles llela f An endless Alleluia. in bliss, cr Victorious ones, your chant shall still be f Almighty Christ, to Thee our voices sing this) Glory for evermore; to Thee we bring f An endless Alleluia. ff An endless Alleluia. AMEN. Latin Hymn, 8th Cent.; Tr J. Ellerton.

Page  373 PRAISE. 433. (FIRST TUNE.) 8s. 7s. "Of Him and through Him and to Him are anl things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen." r _ _.. I _ -.. I I t I STUTGARD German. I Igrg_ 9.^ -:B -d J I i 1 —7 - ^ -! a= t1) --- —------ --,~ ----5 —~ _ 1 L_. --- d _ __1_ c? nf 71 r r _I — = 88. An - gel bands, in strains sweet sounding, Anthems to the Saviour raise:,, mf, o __ - - 1-.-& - -- - --. — I _ _= ==_ =t Host of heav'n, His throne surrounding, Hymn the great Ore - a - tor's praise. AMET. _ --.<_~_ _,5 o _.., X F = L~~~ ~ I->:~ = = i ---- 'I- I- I I - ~- XI I _ - i1 I I _ - -- -t mf Radiant orb of day, adore Him, Praise Him, thou who rul'st the night, Heaven of heavens, 0 bow before Him, Laud Him, all ye worlds of light. f Praise Him, wild and restless ocean, Praise Him, monsters of the deep; Praise Him in your rude commotion, Storms that at His mandate sweep. f Hills and mountains, heavenward towerFires that in their bosom glow; [ing, Clouds around their cliffs dark lowering, Torrents down their steeps that flow; (SECOND TUNE.) p Verdant fields and valleys blooming, Insect myriads, own His care; Wild beasts through the forests roaming, Warbling tenants of the air, if Kings and rulers, shout His glory, People, join the loud acclaim, Maidens, youth, and fathers hoary, Infants, lisp His holy Name. ff Every kindred, tongue, and nation, Him who gave you life adore; Earth and heaven, and all creation, Praise His Name for evermore. AMET. John De Wolfe. LOWESTOFT. Lord B. Cecil. _I.inj: ---:r "- I T -...... I-X: _..F_.... -. --- -- — 1 ---- = --- 1 - -_ =t,__ -, ~ c-84. An - gel bands, in strains sweet sounding,Anthems to the Sav-iour raise: vf "- —,_ - a - = — -- --- -----... - r,,i- ~- bl,, —, i v I- -2- -& - J 1 vr r Q. W- &W-~ Host of heav'n, His throne surrounding, Hymn the great Cre - a - tor's praise. A-MEN. p__I -___, V_ 2 - i —f =_ c2 ~ IT.-* I A^- - 1 -ii^F = - I r ig I —sw

Page  374 SItf-=naorttr atfio. 434. S.M.D. WOODBMD B. George Elvey. " Put on the whole armour of God."! sy A=-8. Je - sus, my strength,my hope, On Thee I cast my care,!- -— e - - - - -I -:- J-__- - F =1i=S2 f _I _2 > __ With hum-ble con - fi - dence look up, And know Thou hear'st my prayer: -- m oi -l - -- Give me on Thee to wait, Till I can all things do_ -,- -- e__,, ----. — - ' -lIi i'19 —_ i I: __e9 = =& V-Y - b-e — _ — -r- - - a. - _ _ _. -_ On Thee, Al - migh- ty to cre- ate, Al-migh - ty to re - new. A-MEN. --- e -- --.- _ -.-'&P- _. -E - - I- _-. f~ a*Gl-, -a - I-kr-rv +- #- a Is~<A- i 0 >I -= _}IkI i, ^= Fi:-I' — +g -- -- - I- - ^ ^ —^i I - tf4= -. ^^:r^= I =i ==^ =J mf Give me a sober mind, A self-renouncing will, That tramples down and casts behind The baits of pleasing ill: p A soul inured to pain, To hardship, grief, and loss, Ready to take up and sustain The consecrated Cross. mf Give me a godly fear, A quick, discerning eye, That looks to Thee when sin is near, And sees the tempter fly; A spirit still prepared, And arm'd with jealous care, For ever standing on its guard, And watching unto prayer. mf Give me a true regard, A single, steady aim, Unmoved by threatening or reward, To Thee and Thy great Name Give me a heart to pray, To pray and never cease, Never to murmur at Thy stay, Or wish my sufferings less. mf I rest upon Thy word, The promise is for me; My succour and salvation, Lord, Shall surely come from Thee; But let m3 still abide, Nor from my hope remove, Till Thou my patient spirit guide Into Thy perfect love. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1742.

Page  375 SELF- CONSECRATION. 435. CM "Enoch walked with God." J. B. Dykes. 5'=88. 0 for a clos - er walk with God, A calm and heavenly frame: m. f 1 - - -t - 9-h ir<- ____ _____ =- ___-a —: n-TA light to shine up - on the road That leads me to the Lamb. A - MEN. -' — -- I -.. nvf Return, 0 holy Dove, return, p The dearest idol I have known, Sweet messenger of rest; Whate'er that idol be, I hate the sins that made Thee mourn, Help me to tear it from Thy throne, And drove Thee from my breast. And worship only Thee. mf So shall my walk be close with God, Calm and serene my frame; So purer light shall mark the road That leads me to the Lamb. AMEN. William Cowper, 1779. truntt. 436. c.M. MABTRDOM. "They that put their trust in the Lord shall be even as the Mount Sion, which Hugh Wilson. may not be removed, but standethfast for ever." ~-_ __ --- _ __i- ~- _ _ _~_. i -? -:t _ z- -- d = 90. Who place on Si - on's God their trust, Like Si - on's rock shall stand; '_. - _ ___-... ____, -JI ~-4 Like her im -mov-a - ble be fixed By His Al -migh - ty Hand. A -MEN. _ _; -J _ __J __ _ mf Look how the hills on every side Jerusalem enclose; So stands the Lord around His saints, To guard them from their foes. AMEw. Psalm cxxv.

Page  376 GENERAL HYMNS. 437. L.M. I will love Thee, 0 Lord, my strength." WARD. Scotch Melody, I ~~S ~=^- an b | -gp=^-B - — t-b,=66. No change of time shall ev-er shock My firm af fec - tion,Lord:, to Thee; ^ m f#go, e +2+f^.~^,,= J- -F I 49- -~- -- - -- r --.,T _! ---- - -- I -= — For Thou hast always been my Rock, A for-tress and defence to me, A-MEN. 9 t-L3 - f Thou my deliverer art, my God; f To Thee I will address my prayer, My trust is in Thy mighty power; To whom all praise we justly owe; Thou art my shield from foes abroad, So shall I, by Thy watchful care, At home my safeguard and my tower. Be guarded safe from every foe. AMIEt. Psalm xviii 438 CM. DUNDEE. "T27e Lord is my Shepherd; therefore can I lack nothing." Scotch Psalter, 1635. I i nf Ia _? - 86. The Lord Himself, the might-y Lord, Vouch-safes to be my Guide; f,,,. __a _ -?..____;3 _- -- - - — _ - i- ' I I -l — -r The Shepherd, by whose constant care My wants are all sup- plied. A-MEN. -J —t-;$-....Ii- - 1 1 —j-t- -~ p In tender grass He makes me feed, And gently there repose; Then leads me to cool shades, and where Refreshing water flows. mf He does my wandering soul reclaim, And, to His endless praise, Instruct with humble zeal to walk In His most righteous ways. p I pass the gloomy vale of death, From fear and danger free; For there His aiding rod and staff Defend and comfort me. mf Since God doth thus His wondrous love Through all my life extend, That life to Him I will devote, And in His temple spend. AMEN. Psalm xxiii.

Page  377 TRUST. 439. L.M. MENDON. German. "My soul truly waiteth still upon God." __.- __ _ __....:: — _ ---1 ---q nmf = 92. My soul, for help on God re - ly, On Him a - lone thy trust re - pose; mf -__ _ - _ 1/ --- —--- -i -, -' —.-2 _j_,-,.tS"-,- -' -y t.. My rock and health willstrength supply To bear the shock of all my foes. A - MEN. mf God does His saving health dispense, mf In Him, ye people, always trust; And flowing blessings daily send; Before His throne pour out your hearts, He is my fortress and defence, For God, the merciful and just, On Him my soul shall still depend. His timely aid to us imparts. AMEN. Psalm lxii. 4403 (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. NAOMI. "The Lord shall give His people the blessing of peace." L. Mason. J6rr M ts- -:i:1 -M==- Ht — t --- V PG w V z 0W - C. C - - 60. Fa - ther,what-e'er of earth-ly bliss Thy sov-ereign will de -nies, 9 * - - a _-_. r-_ ---- -T- - 1,. L6::z- --- - - — c-, F ' --- — ' — '- t ---j- — I- — r- -- I a - Ac-cepted at Thy throne of grace Let this pe - ti - tion rise. A - MEN. I I-.- - 7 —t ---, -I --— r --- l ----- - 'R —jg p Give me a calm and thankful heart, From every murmur free; The blessings of Thy grace impart, And let me live to Thee. I I I I mf Let the sweet hope that Thou art mine My path of life attend: Thy presence through my journey shine, And crown my journey's end. AMEN. Anne Steele, 1760.

Page  378 GENERAL HYMNS. 440, (SECOND TUE.) C.M. EMMANUEL "The Lord shall give His people the blessing of peace." Beethoven. p_ c -- - --- -80.Fa- ther, what-e'er of earth-ly bliss Thy sovereign will de - nies, ~ I I - _ ___ I.-_ __~ Ac cept - ed at Thy throne ofgrace Let this pe- ti - tion rise. A-MEN. p Give me a calm and thankful heart, nf Let the sweet hope that Thou art mine From every murmur free; My path of life attend: The blessings of Thy grace impart, Thy presence through my journey shine, And let me live to Thee. And crown my journey's end. AMEN. Anne Steele, 1760. 44^. (FIEST TUNE.) C.M. BEATITUDE. "My peace I give unto you." J. B. Dykes. 2- - ~4 — I If M o ~ -=88. While Thee I seek, pro - tect - ing Pow'r, Be my vain wish -es stilled; rmf ~- dim___ And may this con-se - cra-ted hour, With bet-ter hopes be filled. A - MEN. Tp=-. _h -j-:{ -:.-_ ---___ _ mf Thy love the power of thought bestowed, My heart shall find delight in praise, To Thee my thoughts would soar: Or seek relief in prayer. Thy mercy o'er my life has flowed, mf When gladness wings my favoured hour, That mercy I adore. Thy love my thoughts shall fill; mf In each event of life, how clear p Resigned when storms of sorrow lower, Thy ruling hand I see: My soul shall meet Thy will. Each blessing to my soul more dear, without a tear Because conferred by Thee. P My lifted eye, without a tear, Because conferred by TThe gathering storm shall see; mf In every joy that crowns my days, cr My steadfast heart shall know no fear, In every pain I bear, That heart will rest on Thee. AMEN. Helen M. Williams, 178.

Page  379 TRUST. 441. (SECOND TUNE.) C.M.D.. BRATTE STREET. "My peace I give unlto you." Pleyel. nIf dim - 74.While Thee I seek, pro-tect-ing Power, Be my vain wish - es stilled; And may this con - se - ra - ted hour With bet - ter hopes be fill'd, -:P -:.-~'- O_ I. '~i ----T.- F' '-_ I L 1 I Thy mer-cy o'er my life has flowed,That mer - cy I a -dore. A-MEN. -2t: p -1' 1 I Tmf In each event of life, how clear mf When gladness wings my favoured hour, Each blessing to my soul more dear, p Resigned, when storms of sorrow lower,.elem.. Williams, 1786. Thy love the power of thought bestowed, To Thee my thoughts would soar; Thy mer-cy o'er my life has flowed,That mer - cy I a - dore. A-MEN.. ~ _. _. _~_.~ _L. mf II each event of life, how clear mf When gladness wings my favoured hour, Thy ruling hand I see: Thy love my thoughts shall fill; Each blessing to my soul more dear, p Resigned, when storms of sorrow lower, Because conferred by Thee. My soul shall ineet Thy will. mnf In every joy that crowns my days, p My lifted eye, without a tear, In every pain I bear, The gathering storms shall see; My heart shall find delight in praise, cr My steadfast heart shall know no fear, Or seek relief in prayer. That heart will rest on Thee. AMEN. Helen M. Williams, 1786.

Page  380 GENERAL HYMNS. 442. 8s. 6s. HABAKKUK. "I will rejoice in the Lord." Dr. Edward Hodges,. -np - - f --- ----- - -- [,=-84. Al - though the vine its fruit de - ny, The bud - ding mp eq g _ - t * o-2a-: o-! fig - tree droop and die, No oil the o - live yield; Yet,- - -- - -- ~ l^, _ '" - '-f-"1 — p.~.... I — -' - ' ' ' ' to His rod, And by His grace be healed. A - MEN. '._ __ —~.__~_- "c.-' ^, ^ l mp Though fields, in verdure once array'd p Though from the folds the flock decay, By whirlwinds desolate be laid, Though herds lie famish'd o'er the lea, Or parch'd by scorching beam; And round the empty stall; cr Still in the Lord shall be my trust, cr My soul above the wreck shall rise, My joy; for, though His frown is just, Its better joys are in the skies, His mercy is supreme in my God. There God is all in all. mnf In God my strength, howe'er distrest, I yet will hope, and calmly rest, cr Nay, triumph in His love: My lingering soul, my tardy feet, fFree as the hind He makes, and fleet, B i s'hop H. V. Onderdonk, 1826.

Page  381 TRUST. 44311 (FiRsT TuNE.) 6.s 11 "1 have iPray~ed for thee that thy faith fail not.' S. MARK, E. ffarlanc~ 6i 8. PIn the hour of tri al, Je- sus, plead for me;, Lest, by base de -ni -al, I de - part from Thee. A - MB14. p When Thou see'st me waver, Or should pain attend me With a look recall, On my path below: Nor for fear or favour cr Grant that I may never Suffer me to fall. Phil Thy hand to see; cr With forbidden pleasures Grant that I may ever Would this vain world charm; Cast my care on Thee. Or its sordid treasures p hnm athu oeh Spred toworkme hrm;Fraught with strife and pain, dim Bring to my remembrance When my dust returneth Sad Gethsemane, To the dust again; p Or, in darker semblance, cr On Thy truth relying, Cross-crown'd Calvary. Through that mortal strife, p Should Thy mercy send me p Jesus, take me, dying, Sorrow, toil, and woe; cr To eternal life. AmEN. Jfames Montgomery, 1853. (SECOND TuNE.) 6s. 5s. D. MAGDALENA. J. B. Dykes. 96GI the hour of tri - al, Jesus,plead for me, Lest by base do-ni -al, I de-part from Thee: -1 - 0V I - I - - - - - - -I I - - - - - - 10* I __6w __ -i - r -?t7 _?SP An I - AM __W_&W40P _ PI<4 _- ce~ When Thou see'st me waver, With a look recall, Nor for fear or favour Suffer me to fall. A-MzEx. -1-p IIIZF7'0 j I I- I D - I ___ o 1,, - -, I i - i i 1 1 j;O 1 I I

Page  382 GENERAL HYMNS. 443. 6s. 5s. D. (THIRD TUNE.) PENITENCE.' "I have prayed for thee that thy faith fail not." Spencer Lane. p 92. In the hour of tri - al, Je - sus plead for me; -- ~ ~-~ --- - - e-e9 --- —-~-~ -___ ___ _____ -~ —I- -— 1 -Lest by base de - ni - al, I de - part from Thee. ___e- -~- -e-?e- -~9 -~ --— ~-~~:17 ~ - m' When Thou see'st me way er, With a look re call, _ _ _ _ _- _ _ _ &2 _ _ _ _ -eV - -JU ____ _ -~-_-F — -8 — __a -t- -- -p —,- -- cr dim rall Nor for fear or fa - your Suf - fer me to fall. A-'MEN. cr dim rall __2_ _____tZv_[ J2- - __ cr With forbidden pleasures cr Grant that I may never Would this vain world charm; Fail Thy hand to see; Or its sordid treasures Grant that I may ever Spread to work me harm; Cast my care on Thee. dim Bring to my remembrance pp When my last hour cometh, Sad Gethsemane, Fraught with strife and pain, p Or, in darker semblance When my dust returneth Cross-crowned Calvary. To the dust again; p Should Thy mercy send me cr On Thy truth relying, Sorrow, toil, and woe; Through that mortal strife, Or should pain attend me p Jesus, take me, dying, On my path below: Cr To eternal life. AMHm. James Montgomery, 1q53. ~

Page  383 TR UST. 444a (FIRST Tum.) L.M. FEDERAL STREE. "My meditation of Him shall be sweet." H. K. Oiver. J=63. Is there a lone and drear-y hour,When worldly pleasures lose their pow'r? p- 9=t — — 9 -2- ~ s EJ - - _ __ - ~-<- 1-. - ~ —.L — -:_ -- I~ P- | - My Father, let me turn to Thee, And set each thought of darkness free. A-MEN. I cr e9 -1=9-= - _ — s,- -..n. V -0... mf Is there an hour of peace and joy, p Is there a time of racking grief, When hope is all my soul's employ? Which scorns the prospect of relief? My Saviour! still my hopes will roam, cr 0 Spirit! break the cheerless gloom, Until they rest with Thee, their home. And bid my heart its calm resume mf The noontide blaze, the midnight scene, The dawn, or twilight's sweet serene, The glow of life, (p) the dying hour, cr Shall own, 0 God! Thy grace and power. AMEBN. Caroline Gilman. (SECOND TuNE.) MEDITATION. p J-=88. Is there a lone and drear-y hour, When worldly pleasures lose their pow'r? H-8 p - - -2 -- -2_. _2 -S- e2. -— ' -~i - -r ---- "- 'i My Father, let me turnto Thee, And set each tho't of darkness free. A -ME. 2C - ^ =:= ^= ^ s?:::::^ a I I I I I

Page  384 GENERAL HYMNS. 445& 7a. SUBMISSION "The Lord is my portion, saith my soul." J. B. Dykes. {- - 0 odis admy hao- a-. ahss - dlM ow nlf.=80. 'Tis my hap pi - ness be -low Not to live with- cut the cross; - -} — - 1- — * - --.- -- — ~ -g — — 1 _-:L-: I I -- -— =.~~ _-I — 1 —1 --- 1:. ---g:: --— I But the Saviour's power to know, Sanc - ti - fy - ing ev - ery loss. A-MEN. -e- -9 - L -- -6 — -,^- -- _ --- -<~ - -- -<5- -_-:- e - t - A-_ -— _-t ---..p Trials must and will befall; Might I not with reason fear cr But with humble faith to see I should be a castaway? Love inscribed upon them allThis is happiness to me. mf Trials make the promise sweet; Trials give new life to prayer; p Did I meet no trials here, dim Bring me to my Saviour's feet, No chastisement by the way, p Lay me low and keep me there. AMEN. William Cowper, 1779. 446, L.M. INTERCESSION. "I cried unto God with my voice, and He gave ear unto me." J. B. Dykes. _ _ = —88. God of my life, to Thee I call; Af-flict-ed at Thy feet I fall; /'-' _ I 2 I ~ I F __ When the great wa-ter-floods prevail,Leave not my trembling heart to fail. A-MEN _ I -- I -- To - -- trf Friend of the friendless and the faint, p That were a grief I could not bear, Where should I lodge my deep complaint? Didst Thou not hear and answer prayer: Where but with Thee, whose open door cr But a prayer-hearing, answering God Invites the helpless and the poor? Supports me under every load. p Did ever mourner plead with Thee, p Poor though I am, despised, forgot, And Thou refuse that mourner's plea? Yet God, my God, forgets me not: Does not the word still fix'd remain? cr And he is safe, and must succeed, That none shall seek Thy face in vain? For whom the Lord vouchsafes to plead, William Cowper. 1774. AMEN.

Page  385 "O s,(I~~TN*~ur conversation is in Aeave,.' Dr. Nares. Inf~ 2! 88. Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings, Thy bet - ter por - tion trace; 4 -Rise from trans - i to- ry things, Towards heaven,thy des-tined place: t 2 1 Ar1F Sun and moon and stars de - cay, Time shall soon this earth re - move; _e f -4 --- V 4- 0 —d ___J n ZEE-_Rise, my soul, and haste a - way, To seats pre-pared a - bove. A -MEN,p Cease, my soul, 0 cease to mourn, Press onward to the prize; cr Soon thy Saviour will return, To take thee to the skies: mf There is everlasting peace, Rest, enduring rest, in heaven; er There will sorrow ever cease, f And crowns of joy be given. Amzxi. Robert Seagrave, 1742.

Page  386 GENERAL HYMNS, 447. 7s. 6s. D. (SECOND TUNE.) BEETHOVEN. "Our conversation is in heaven." Beethoven. o / ib_ -s @ i- r -~ — Ii= = -s --- i —88. Rise, my soul,and stretch Thy wings,Thy bet - ter por - tion trace;. - I — - -= —1_-=-l T-L->- t ---ts — ---- - i9 ----..-...j --- —.. I *— ~= _. _ = —..| -1. __ -__ _. 74-~i -Z-_- _ -_:_ — -_ _ Rise from trans-i - to-rythings,Towardsbheav'n, thydestined place: ~ —%'I ---:' 1' — < —~~ —~-:-2..... Sun and moon and stars de - cay, Time shall soon this earth re- move; - -_t_ —_ —Vz o —e --::-___t __: ~ - - = i + _ __ _ _ ___ _ cr Rise, my soul,and haste a-way, To seats pre - pared a - bove. A-MEN. cr I,., q fg ^! ^ -=_-.- -f- -:..,.-1.-i-....r --- — 'q - p Cease, my soul, 0 cease to mourn, Press onward to the prize; cr Soon thy Saviour will return, To take thee to the skies: mf There is everlasting peace, Rest, enduring rest, in heaven;. cr There will sorrow ever cease, f And crowns of joy be given. AMEN. Robert Seagrave, 1742. I

Page  387 HOPE. 448. L.M. Bows. "It is good for me to put my trust in the Lord God." Beethoven I -- -e -----— l — Jl l -' mf m. = 88. Thy presence,Lord,hath me sup-plied, Thou my right hand support dost give; mf _ J js -......... _ Thou first shalt with Thy counsel guide, And then to glo-ry me receive. A - MEN. mf Whom then in heaven, but Thee alone, Have I, whose favour I require? Throughout the spacious earth there's none, Compared with Thee, that I desire. p My trembling flesh and aching heart May often fail to succour me; cr But God shall inward strength impart, And my eternal portion be. AMEN. Psalm 1xxiii 449w 7s. PLEYEL'S EYMN. "If any man serve Mfe, let him follow Me." Pleyel.:,,mf,- d., i. J_ a,____ ~l -,STG i =84. Chil-dren of the heavenly King, As we jour -ney, sweet-ly sing; mf '- - H - -~ --- —-- — lF -1_=-2=, I t=^t-= =S-LS ' I -l _ -- 4 Sing your Saviour's wor-thy praise, Glorious in His works and ways. A-MEN. mf We are travelling home to God, cr Pardon'd now, no more we roam, In the way the fathers trod: Christ conducts us to our home. They are happy now., and we Soon their happiness shall see. Gladly leaving all below; p Banish'd once, by sin betray'd, cr Only Thou our Leader be, Christ our Advocate was made; And we still will follow Thee. AMnE. John Cennick, 1742.

Page  388 GENERAL HYMNS. 450. LM. "They desire a better country, that is, an heavenly." BONN.. Beethoven, "I '-:, E —04 -- of _I =-92. As,when the wea-ry trav-eller gains The height of some commanding hill, nf- - 6w-;l ei 3tsi2 4 His heart revives, if o'er the plains He sees his home, tho' dis-tant still; A-MEN. __ i r _ 1 j-2 - - - &2 mf Thus, when the Christian pilgrim views Nor any future trial fears By faith his mansion in the skies, So he may safe arrive at last. The sight his fainting strength renews, m Jesus, on Thee our hopes we stay And wings his speed to reach the prize. T lead us on to Thine abode; mf The thought of heaven his spirit cheers: Assured Thy love will far o'erpay No more he grieves for troubles past; The hardest labours of the road.AMEN. John Newton, 1779. 451. C.M. SPOHB. "Like as the hart desireth the water-brooks, so longeth my soul after Thee, 0 God." L. Spohr. ==92. As pants the hart for cool-ing streams, When heat - ed in the chase: - - ---- --- -2- -- 1 --- --- -- A;...... - ~-i L = - I -_ —P So longs my soul, O God, for Thee, And Thy re - fresh-ing grace. A-MEN. F` ~ ei -q~- - _'-7-_ 70.-Z._i-_ - - 1 - --- _- - - _S ~; -,I,_N, I __ 9;-_ -f mf For Thee, my God, the living God, My thirsty soul doth pine; O when shall I behold Thy face, Thou Majesty divine? p Why restless, why cast down, my soul? ct Trust God; who will employ His aid for thee, and change these sighs To thankful hymns of joy. mp God of my strength, how long shall I, Like one forgotten, mourn, Forlorn, forsaken, and exposed To my oppressor's scorn? p My heart is pierced, as with a sword, While thus my foes upbraid: "Vain boaster, where is now thy God And where His promised aid?" p Why restless, why cast down, my soul? cr Hope still; and thou shalt sing f The praise of Him who is thy God, Thy health's eternal spring. AMEN. Psalm xlii.

Page  389 HOPE 452. Six 8s. ADORATION, "IMy soul is athirstfor God, yea, even for the living God." Haydn. 'it' —:::- I: 1 1 - rR T n _ M -...- a ^I _ r] o' - 88. As, pant - ing in the sul - try beam, The hart de -! A i-a-$ 'g -7,. - — _- L'" - ' - - — F ' r e I I -i- — =~ -,,-i -J l — =_ ^ —I-II-' c S t* Cr S- 'sires the cool - ing stream, So to Thy pres - ence, Lord, I flee, __c ___ _ _-. -2 ----. -2 ---' --- -'_- "1 - '. liv - ing grace, And see Thy glo ry face to face. A - Muv-. _,, m___..I, K -~ - I. p But rising griefs distress my soul, mp For I have walk'd the happy round And tears on tears successive roll; That 'circles Sion's holy ground, For many an evil voice is near And gladly swell'd the choral lays To chide my woe and mock my fear, That hymn'd my great Redeemer's pr me, And silent memory weeps alone What time the hallow'd arches runn O'er hours of peace and gladness flown. Responsive to the solemn song. p Ah, why, by passing clouds opprest, Should vexing thoughts distract thy breast cr Turn, turn to Him, in every pain, Whom suppliants never sought in vain; f Thy strength, in joy's ecstatic day, Thy hope,when joy has pass'd away. AMEi. John Bowdler.

Page  390 GENESBRAL H YMjAS. 453. (FIRST TNE.) C.M. MANOAH. "Let not your heart be troubled: in My Father's house are many mansions: I go From Haydn to prepare a placefor you." ri As:ze1r AsI-r r - -Ir — — I T —. r - a ---a-DI-. I - - - -r ^ mff -e- -R as _AL_- _<$- ct _ r_,y — _92. When I can read my ti- tle clear To mansions in the skies, r U. 2.. - - _.:-*~iv-i::" -f — _-~-n-~:~.~.'r, l^ i^:^ ^:Ehp ^&- ----- I bid fare-well to ev-ery fear, And wipe my weeping eyes. A-MEN. t. F_ --- - -- -- -T-1 — r --- p Should earth against my soul engage, mp Let cares like a wild deluge come, And fiery darts be hurl'd, And storms of sorrow fall; cr Then I can smile at Satan's rage, cr May I but safely reach my home, And face a frowning world. f My God, my Heaven, my All; f There shall I bathe my weary soul In seas of heavenly rest; dim And not a wave of trouble roll p Across my peaceful breast. AMET. Isaac Watts, 1709. (SECOND TUNE.) BEATITUDE J. B. Dykes., i/ ' _ -.. / =-02. When I can read my ti - tie clear To mansions in the skies, _ mf t.,- -_- -_ - f - -a I bid fare-well to ev - ery fear, And wipe my weep - ing eyes. A - MEN. - -- -- * — * _-_-_ c.....t_-~ _ _ _ _... ~

Page  391 454. (FIRST TUNE.) 8s. 7s. D. "My song shall be alway of the loving-kindness of the Lord." - I,. 1. WITIMA. W. A. Muhlenberp I I d -88. Lord,with glow - ing heart I'd praise Thee For the bliss Thy love be-stows, S - __ ___ ~t- -__ -_ S __....r__For the pardoning grace that saves me, And the peace that from it flows: {_ - __ I+- _-__ — E —_ _ i.= - -— ~.___, = _ - -—. I1 l= 1 — L I -— Q^JL — --- - I-i --- -— i-L F I rI - I I 1 I 1 — -— ~I -- + --- -- - - ~ --- — _-___-_ — -— ' l-g —_.Help, 0 God, my weak en - deav-our: This dull soul to rap - ture raise: p _ -_ cr — gd ___ _ - --. - T =-j-;={...g, G"- -f-'-". -...-. — r I -I- 1 _ L,.. -- i * _ -- z-zT zt~ %9 z -ti —s _ - Thou must light the flame, or nev-er Can my love be warmed to praise. A-MEN. - - _ I _:_ _' 4h-;J —qI,,-FX -L-9 ~W-a CI ----J -! -Fa- f r -- f Praise, my soul, the God that sought thee Wretched wanderer, far astray; p Found thee lost, and kindly brought thee From the paths of death away; f Praise, with love's devoutest feeling, Him who saw thy guilt-born fear, dim And, the light of hope revealing, p Bade the blood-stain'd Cross appear. f Lord, this bosom's ardent feeling Vainly would my lips express: p Low before Thy footstool kneeling, Deign Thy suppliant's prayer to bless: mf Let Thy grace, my soul's chief treasure, Love's pure flame within me raise; And, since words can neve:r measure, Let my life show forth Thy praise. Francis S. Key, 1826. AMEN.

Page  392 GSNVERAL IV YMNS. 454. (SECOND TUNE.) 8s. 7s. D. ArA TBINa. "My song shall be alway of the loving kindness of the Lord." From "Laudi Spirituali. _ t\ - I i _ -1 - _ Ir. I 1 - -7V I --- —--------— I — t 7 @Q-__ __mt_ v f Z - - - - -- j -P — ^ J-100. Lord,with glowing heart I'd praise Thee For the bliss Thy love be - stows, f C _ e _ _ _ _-_ __g_ __ _.G- -_ tt. -- -- ____ For the pardoning grace that saves me, And the peace that from it flows; -a- -- --- _ -o —~ -o-_ -- Ie9 — -2 ': -~ _ _ ~ 2 l 1 1 1: - 2-, p. cr ~ - _.. - _ m Help, 0 God, my weak en - deav-our: This dull soul to rap - ture raise: - 8- - cr — ~.o -X -- I ~ ---- I -' I_~ - - 8-I. Pi I -' s - _ Ig' - ' - ~ -- -I —:- - -^ -~ - Thou must light the flame, or nev-er Can my love be warm'd to praise. A-MET. --- - 1-~ -- -~_ _ -- U-pI. f Praise, my soul, the God that sought thee Wretched wanderer, far astray; p Found thee lost, and kindly brought thee From the paths of death away; f Praise, with love's devoutest feeling, Him who saw thy guilt-born fear, dim And, the light of hope revealing, p Bade the blood-stain'd Cross appear. f Lord, this bosom's ardent feeling Vainly would my lips express: p Low before Thy footstool kneeling, Deign Thy suppliant's prayer to bless: mf Let Thy grace, my soul's chief treasure, Love's pure flame within me raise; And, since words can never measure, Let my life show forth Thy praise. AMEr Francis S. Key, 1826.

Page  393 LOVE. 454, 8s. 7s. D. (THIRD TUNE.) IONA. "My song shall be alway of the loving kindness of the Lord." J. Stainer. f- -81- c c - -iI'-88. Lord,with glow-ing heart I'd praise Thee,For the bliss Thy love be - stows,.f -$ d - - --- -_-a- - - -=- __ _ - 6tz- z _ 9 _ _ _ _ _ For the pardoning grace that saves me, And the peace that from it flows; ~_ ~__ _- ~-~ -p- J_ - - - _ _ ___. -_ _pcr Help, O God, my weak en - deav-our, This dull soul to rap - ture raise; _. * - _ I __ _ __...._. r\ \ie a — =-~ --—: ---J ---i ----:i ---:-1 — -, ---T —:'-~-:-" ---— ]-~-~-:____ -— i 41__10 -- f ---- '- _- _~: - -: Thou must light the flame,or nev - er Can my love be warm'd to praise. A-MEN. _fd I __ ___ __ c_ -_ -—,-" ---,- -.,, — --— ~-!~-: ~ -__ — t~ --- —~ —y-t —7 ---i ---i ----..~.-3 f Praise, my soul, the God that sought thee f Lord, this bosom's ardent feeling Wretched wanderer, far astray; Vainly would my lips express: p Found thee lost, and kindly brought thee p Low before Thy footstool kneeling, From the paths of death away; Deign Thy suppliant's prayer to bless: f Praise, with love's devoutest feeling, mf Let Thy grace, my soul's chief treasure, Him who saw thy guilt-born fear, Love's pure flame within me raise; dim And, the light of hope revealing, And, since words can never measure, p Bade the blood-stain'd Cross appear. Let my life show forth Thy praise. AMEN. Francis S, XKey, 1826.

Page  394 GENERAL HYMNS. 455. (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. SAWLEY. "That Christ may dwell in your hearts byfaith." Pigou. mf I _ j= —90. Je -sus, the ver- y thought of Thee With sweetness fills the breast; I-V=- - - -t-8 — -p. -- 8-t_____. __ — --- 'l — ___ ORGa. - -t -~- 1 — -=- — 4- ~- - -o s-;-:-a- -... ---.... But sweeter far Thy face to see, And in Thy pres - ence rest. A-MEN. mf No voice can sing, no heart can frame, mf But what to those who find? Ah! this Nor can the memory find, Nor tongue nor pen can show, A sweeter sound than Jesus' Name, dim The Love of Jesus, what it is The Saviour of mankind. None but His loved ones know. mf 0 hope of every contrite heart, mf Jesus, our only joy be Thou, 0 joy of all the meek, As Thou our prize wilt be; dim To those who fall, how kind Thou art! In Thee be all our glory now, How good to those who seekI And through eternity. AMEN. S. Bernard, 1150; Tr. E. Caswall, 1848. (SECOND TUNE.) S. RAPHAEL. From "Oratory Hymns.' d= 92. Je - sus, the ver - y thought of Thee With sweet- ness fills the breast;.____- - d-...__ -. __ But sweet-er far Thy face to see, And in Thy presence rest. A- MEN.:- - - - _ _ --- - ___ -- - - ~ _~

Page  395 LO E. 456. (FIRST TUNE.) 8s. 7s. D. "The love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord." WESTON. J. E. Roe. I anp t == 88. Love di - vine, all love ex - cell - ing, Joy of heaven, to earth come down! mp-42_._, 4 -r S t t - es -C -2 ^ -*^.-_-f-4 -r-g — r g- - I- - I ' -'-T-I- t L1 - Org-.Ped., ' --- -- — t - Fix in us Thy hum-ble dwell-ing, All Thy faithful mer - ces crown. -... ---..-4 — _- - p ~ Je - sus, Thou art all com-pas- sion, Pure un-bound-ed love Thou art; IIL Vis - it us with Thy sal - va - tion, En - ter ev - ery trembling heart.A-MxE. cr._ ---- - --- __+g=^ _=g — =La t I =F=,!~~~7 I,_ p Breathe, 0 breathe Thy loving Spirit Into every troubled breast; Let us all in Thee inherit, Let us find Thy promised rest; cr Take away the love of sinning, Alpha and Omega be,End of faith, as its beginning, Set our hearts at liberty. r I mf Come, Almighty to deliver, Let us all Thy grace receive; Suddenly return, and never, Never more Thy temples leave. - cr Thee we would be always blessing; Serve Thee as Thy hosts above; Pray, and praise Thee without ceasing; Glory in Thy perfect love. mf Finish then Thy new creation, Pure and spotless let us be: Let us see Thy great salvation, Perfectly restored in Thee. cr Changed from glory into glory, Till in heaven we take our place: Till we cast our crowns before Thee, f Lost in wonder, love, and praise. AMuEN. Charles Wesley, 1716.

Page  396 GENERAL HYMN^S. 456, (SEcoND TUNE.) 8s.7s. D. FREIBUBO. "The love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord." German. - -- m m= t mf/ Mf FIO GOO d 88. Love di - vine, all love ex - cell-ing, Joy of heaven, to earth come downt mf _ _ _ _ _;-4 --- ff '-, - -L i ____,-LL__'l r ----- Je - sus,Thou art all com-pas - sion, Pure, un - bound-ed love Thou art; p _ _ I I I. _, _ -- 1 ---,~,- " CO, I O,, ColVis- it us with Thy sal - va-tion, En-ter e - ery trembling heart. A-ME. cr - dim - p Breathe, 0 breathe Thy loving Spirit mf Come, Almighty, to deliver, Into every trouble4 breast! Let us all Thy grace receive; Let us all in Thee inherit, Suddenly return, and never, Let us find Thy pramised rest: Never more Thy temples leave. cr Take away the love of sinning, cr Thee we would be always blessing; End of faith, as its beginning, Pray, and praise Thee without ceasing; Set our hearts at liberty. Glory in Thy perfect love. mf Finish then Thy new creation, Pure and spotless let us be: Let us see Thy great salvation, Perfectly restored in Thee. cr Changed from glory into glory, Till in heaven we take our place; Till we cast our crowns before Thee, f Lost in wonder, love and praise. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1746.

Page  397 LOVE. 457 P. tToN... "I will love Thee, 0 Lord, my strength." L. H. Weiss. Jf - m -6 —a)-. ~ - 80. I love my God,but with no love of mine, For I have none to.l e_ i -! __ I_ I I.,I.,-, give: I love Thee,Lord, but all the love is Thine, For,.~Z~ L _- *- _~_ ~ -. I I I I, _ ~Lz I-2 r _ - r "| _ -_-' _P-_- --- ' -- - -- -- -- e-~_ -# -i' imf Thou, Lord, alone art all Thy children need, And there is none beside: From Thee the streams of blessedness proceed, In Thee the blest abide: Fountain of life and all-abounding grace, Our Source, our Centre, and our Dwelling-place. AMEx. Mladame Guyon.

Page  398 GENERAL HYMNS. 458O D.C.M. (FIRST TUNE.) AMOE. "Lovest thou me " Spohr. 6 -" I I I-80. My God, I love Thee,not be- cause I hope for heaven there-by; f I,, I ___,-, ---vE >-j- t=ft~ — S r - I r^=r-= 1 -E _I I __j 1 I I_-= —:-.-l::,-t- F-~_ ----s __l —T~ — ',-~...m -. -' i - ""i -::'. _ 'l Nor yet because if I love not I must for - ev - er die. F- ---, - _._ — ---- ---- ---- But, 0 my Je - sus, Thou didst me Up - on the Cross em - brace;? _ _: _- j- -: __ H _2 -s -8 -'- -— H - 1-, —1n — 7 ' l-I-q — qt —Sz ____-_ -- For me didst bear the nails and spear, And man- i - fold dis-grace. A-MEN. pp And griefs and torments numberless, mf Not with the hope of gaining aught; And sweat of agony, Not seeking a reward; E'en death itself; and all for me But as Thyself has loved me, Who was Thine enemy. O ever-loving Lord! mf Then why, O blessbd Jesus Christ, cr E'en so I love Thee, and will love, Should I not love Thee well? f And in Thy praise will sing; Not for the hope of winning heaven, Solely because Thou art my God, p Nor of escaping hell. And my eternal King. AMEN. S. Francis Xavier, 1550; TR. E. E.Casall, 1848.

Page  399 LOVE. 458l C.M. (SECOND TUNE.) LOVE. ' "Lovest thou Me.', J. Richardso* -~ 2- - _ —_-s -1__ 4- 9 mf TV I -- 90. My God, I love Thee, not be - cause I hope for heaven there-by; _ "f - b- - - -- + -r- %-_ = 9. M p h-p1 -o aven th-b Nor yet be-cause if I love not I must for ev - er die. A - MEN. dim. p But, 0 my Jesus, Thou didst me Not for the hope of winning heaven, Upon the Cross embrace; p Nor of escaping hell. For me didst bear the nails and spear, mfAnd manifold disgrace m Not wlth the hope of gaining aught; And manifold disgrace, Not seeking a reward; pp And griefs and torments numberless, But as Thyself has loved me, And sweat of agony, 0 ever-loving Lord! E'en death itself; and all for me Whoen death itself; and all for me cr E'en so I love Thee, and will love, Who was Thine enemy. f And in Thy praise will sing; mf Then why, 0 blessed Jesus Christ, Solely because Thou art my God, Should I not love Thee well? And my eternal King. AMEN. S. Francis Xavier, 1550; Tr. E. Caswalt, 1848. 459 L.M. VESPERS. "My soul followeth hard after Thee." W. H. Hart. =-90. Thou,whom my soul ad-mires a-bove All earth-ly joy and earth-ly love, p cr mf Where is the shadow of that rock mf Why should Thy Bride appear like one That from the sun defends Thy flock That turns aside to paths unknown? Fain would I feed among Thy sheep, dim My constant feet would never rove, Among them rest, among them sleep. Would never seek another love. AMEsE. Isaac Watts, 1709.

Page  400 460, GENERAL HYMNS. (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. LAMBE. "Thus saith the high and lofty one that inhabiteth eternity, whose Name is Holv: I dwell in the high and holy place, with him also that is of a c:ntrite and humble spirit.".,.. n -f - I -- I- -- --:- - - --, =88. My God, how won-der - ful Thou art, Thy ma - jes - ty how bright, Mf (- — 3-: I - - -- - 1i- ----- i- 1 ---. —= -- -- owea-ti -- f Th m- c - set dph o u g - l. -o. How beau-ti - ful Thy mer - cy - seat, In depths of burn-ing light A -MEN. 9 -E p How dread are Thine eternal years, O everlasting Lord; By prostrate spirits day and night Incessantly adored I p 0, how I fear Thee, Living God, With deepest, tenderest fears, And worship Thee with trembling hope, And penitential tears! mf How wonderful, how beautiful, mf Yet I may love Thee too, 0 Lord, The sight of Thee must be, Almighty as Thou art, Thine endless wisdom, boundless power,dim For Thou hast stooped to ask of me And awful purity! p The love of my poor heart, AMES. F. W. Faber, 1849. (SECOND TUNE.) AZMOi T. L. Mason. te#< F — ~_L^_ - - ^- W = -T - l~J,j How beauti-ful Thy mer-cy-seat, In depths of burn-ing light! A-MEN. - ---

Page  401 LOVE. 461 Six 8SURREY. "I wllZ love Thee, 0 Laod my strengt7," Henry Carey, 1730. mf 1 =94. Thee will I love, my strength, my tower, Thee will I mf -~_ h _ - J I-_. i=:4 — gE2-~4z --- —J --- —_ bS to-: I ---— =i-fM~r = =Ilove, my joy, my crown; Thee will I love with all my power, In all my works, and Thee a - lone: Thee will I love, till Iov, l_ _ sa - cred fire Fill my whole soul with pure de - sire. A - MEN.; — -O- -f -- -- -— 4 - e - _ - mf I thank Thee, uncreated Sun, [shined; p Uphold me in the doubtful race, That Thy bright beams on me have Nor suffer me again to stray; I thank Thee, whohastoverthrown Strengthen my feet, with steady pace My foes, and healed my wounded mind; cr Still to press forward in Thy way; f / thank Thee, whose enlivening voice f That all my powers, with all their might, Bids my freed heart in Thee rejoice. In Thy sole glory may unite. f Thee will I love, my joy, my crown; Thee will I love, my Lord, my God I Thee will I love, beneath Thy frown Or smile, Thy sceptre or Thy rod; What though my flesh and heart decay? Thee shall I love in endless day. AMEN. Angelus Silesius, 1657; Tr. John Wesley, 1739.

Page  402 A^OJM ^-C- S. THOMAS. 4fj S.M. "Serve the Lord with gladness, come before His presence with a song." Wmn. Tansur, 1768. f -s — s m -I # @ --- j 76. Come, ye that love the Lord, And let your joys be known; Join < -H | d_ _ L _ -_ _f-F 1 - - - - _-2-at- -M- -E- 4 ----a - s in a song with sweet ac - cord, And thus sur - round the throne. A-MEn. p Let those refuse to sing The thoughts of such amazing bliss That never knew our God, Should constant joys create. cr But children of the beavenly King mf Children of grace have found May speak their joys abroad. Glory begun below: mf The God of heaven is ours, Celestial fruits on earthly ground, Our Father and our love; From faith and hope may grow. His care shall guard life's fleeting hours, f The hill of Sion yields Then waft our souls above. A thousand sacred sweets, mf There shall we see His face, Before we reach the heavenly fields, And never, never sin; Or walk the golden streets. There, from the rivers of His grace, ff Then let our songs abound, Drink endless pleasures in. And every tear be dry; mf Yes, and before we rise We're trav'ling through Emmanuel's ground, To that immortal state, To fairer worlds on high. AMEN. 'O^ fIsaac Watts, 1709. "t O, S.M. S. GEORGE. 6 "They sing the song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lamb." H. J. Gauntlett. V f -a -- -a - -- - - 100. A - wake, and sing the song Of Mo - ses and the Lamb; Wake f________ ___., - - -_- -_ -2,c...._,-=, _ - A ct d..... ev - ery heart and ev - ery tongue, To praise the Sav-iour's Name. A-MEN -. - ~- g - - T.r A n - -~p Sing of His dying love; Sing on, rejoicing every day cr Sing of His rising power; In Christ the eternal King. Sing how He intercedes above f Soon shall ye hear Him say, For those whose sins He bore. " Ye blessd children, come! " f Sing on your heavenly way, Soon will He call you hence away, Y s ransom'd sinners, sing; dim And take His wanderers home. AMEN. William Hammond, 1745.

Page  403 JOY. 464. P.M. DOMINUS BEGIT M "The Lord is my Shepherd.' J. B. Dykes. ---- ~~~ ---~- - -- — 5 nmf -: — 1-...-.-. [ 94. The King of love my Shep-herd is, Whose good-ness fail - eth nev - er; mf __ ~-:~==^_ __=_. ----2 —. ~-~- --- -0 — 1 #_X —r-r I - -.:__ - -i -. -- - I nothing lack if I am His, And He is mine for ev - er. A-MEN. -_. _- -_- -- -1 -- -:-:-: —F._ r_ -, _,,:" mf Where streams of living water flow Thy rod and staff my comfort still, My ransom'd soul He leadeth, Thy Cross before to guide me. And, where the verdant pastures grow, mf Thou spreadst a table in my sight, With food celestial feedeth. T Thy unction grace bestoweth, p Perverse and foolish, oft I stray'd, f And 0 the transport of delight cr But yet in love He sought me, With which my cup o'erfloweth. dim And on His shoulder gently laid, And home, rejoicing brought me. f And so, through all the length of days, Thy goodness faileth never; p In death's dark vale I fear no ill cr Good Shepherd, may I sing Thy praise cr With Thee, dear Lord, beside me; Within Thy house forever! AMEN. IHenry W. Baker, 1868. 4;. ^Utt ltatF. S Six 7S. ROSEFIELD. "My peace I give unto you." Dr. Malan. I- -: -~' I- -- =- 8 Qui - et, Lord, my fro-ward heart, Make me teach - a - ble and mi d, f Up-right, sim-ple, free from art; Make me as a lit - tie child,__ -- __ ~__-2- - _ -- ___L__ _____~_-c-_:2__- _[ mf What Thou shalt to-day provide, p As a little child relies Let me as a child receive; On a care beyond his own, p What to-morrow may betide, Knows he's neither strong nor wise, Calmly to Thy wisdom leave: Fears to stir a step alone, cr 'Tis enough that Thou wilt care; cr Let me Thus with Thee abide, Why should I the burden bear? As my Father, Guard and Guide. AE, John Newton, 1779.

Page  404 GEN=ERAL HYMNS. 466m 7.. WEBEB. "Father, I will that they whom Thou hast given Me be with Me where I am." From Von Weber =- 80. Lord, for ev - er at Thy side Let my place and por-tion be: -. - I i-_ -_-; - - ____ —.-. % _ mf Meekly may my soul receive By no subtleties beguiled, All Thy Spirit hath reveal'd; On Thy faithful word I rest. Thou hast spoken —I believe, Israel now and evrmore Though the oracle be seal'd. In the Lord Jehovah trust; p Humble as a little child, Him, in all His ways, adore, Weani d from the mother's breast, Wise, and wonderful, and just. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1819.?tact. 467. o.M. EVAN. "A new heart will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you." W. H.Haeryal. SH=H$ --- —-I1X 1-G~ -- - ~ -o- 1 I -=- -I- ~ -92. O for a heart to praise my God, A heart from sin set free mf R -9 -~-~'-~-"-"-'L-'~ —?-!~f — - ' — -r —,i —^-, —,^ —:?-! -^ — '-I E: ---, ~ -i; -;:,'_7- 1 -1-1 ---^- ^ -^..,^-,-I ' - A heart that's sprinkled with the blood So free - ly shed for me; A- MEN.? — 6 -mp A heart resigned, submissive, meek, p A heart in every thought renewed, My dear Redeemer's throne; And full of love divine, cr Where only Christ is heard to speak Perfect, and right, and pure, and goodf Where Jesus reigns alone; A copy, Lord, of Thine! p An humble, lowly, contrite heart, cr Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart; Believing, true, and clean; Come quickly from above; Which neither life nor death can part Write Thy new name upon my heart, From Him that dwells within. Thy new, best name of Love. AME, Charles Wesley, 1742.

Page  405 PEACE. 468. CM ALEXANDRA. "They desire a better country, that is, an heavenly." I- I = 7-\1 I _~=~ I ---> I_:=_ Itf q I -: 0-.1 - _ __ f: -.gIQ - &L s -me _ __ _ t * _e I F - mf-90. There is a fold whence none can stray, And pas- tures ev - er green, mf _,2 L- 7,. A? I p - r ~, -t - - -- - Ii4 - I IfJ — sJl I + _ I r -_- j — I — F. ~r I -I - t F I -i _ _ —:.._-... _. - 6-0- 0 _ Where sul-try sun, or storm -y day, Or night, is nev - er seen. A - MEN. I-I- - -. _ ~ --, f Far up the everlasting hills, pp Soon at His feet my soul will lie, In God's own light it lies; In life's last struggling breath; His smile its vast dimensions fills But I shall only seem to die, With joy that never dies. And shall not taste of death. p One narrow vale, one darksome wave, mf Far from this guilty world, to be, Divides that land from this; Exempt from toil and strife; cr I have a Shepherd pledged to save, To spend eternity with Thee,And bear me home to bliss. My Saviour, this is life! AMEN. John East, 1836. eouv*rag 469 8S. 7s. TRUST. "He shall give His angels charge over thee." Mendelssohn. I - -I i -- I - i ---— I0 I -L 1:.j^=_4^^_-4 g~=___ 1_g= "< i Lr ' r i F — ' ' L 84. God shall charge His an - gel - le-gions Watch and ward o'er thee to keep: _:-_ -- --- Fi= --- -I- _ -— a Tho,-gh thou walk thro' hostile regions,Though in des - ert wilds thou sleep.A-MEN. '^ L-e -1 g 1 i e= t-fl ~- b == ^r2 +~r_ I i'- I I I i - 't i i _1 1!t-FEt - ~ I: - l-.- i ---. —.I ---- i —. -— I —+ --- —----- -i --- I _, < - _.I- _ - - mf On the lion vainly roaring, On his young, thy foot shall tread; And, the dragon's den exploring, Thou shalt bruise the serpent's head. p Since, with pure and firm affection, Thou on God has-t set thy love, V; ' - _I cr With the wings of His protection He will shield thee from above. mp Thou shalt call on Him in trouble, He will hearken, He will save; cr Here for grief reward thee double, f Crown with life beyond the grave.AMEX James Montgomery, 1822,

Page  406 GENERAL HYMINS. 47 4O S.M. LAB&. "Be strong in the Lord and in the power of Eis might." L. Mason, 183Q mf L' -=90. My soul, be on thy guard; Ten thousand foes a - rise; The mf __ -_ - __ _2 _ _- ~ _ ___ -e -— L -1 -e2 -9 _hosts of sin are press-ing hard To draw thee from the skies. A-MEN. -to -I- -.. -.t _-'.,- -'-,_..::_ --- ': ----:1 1"- -—:_-' --- —" --- —— 1::! mf 0 watch, afid fight, and pray: Thy arduous work will not be done The battle ne'er give o'er; Till thou obtain thy crown. Renew it boldly every day, Renew it boldl ever, mf Fight on, my soul till death elp vine implore. Shall bring thee to thy God; p Ne'er think the victory won, p He'll take thee at thy parting breath, Nor lay thine armour down: cr Up to His blest abode. AME.N. George Heath, 178L 1,.-1 C.M. MARLOW. "Fight the goodfight." John Chetham. f a- 0 _ E1__ -Fe a 60. Am I a sol - dier of the Cross, A follower of the Lamb? m' -- - --- - V —2 -. 3 ', - - -. I..... -...- _ -, ----,_ —...-. - - --.. —.. — -~ --- _ -,.. I... I — -—, __ - II And shall I fear to own His cause, Or blush to speak His Name? A - MEN. a ---, -PI --- — _,_ _+___:-:F::EJw-I::7 -: _ _.,L I -I mf Must I be carried to the skies cr I'll bear the Cross, endure the pain, On flowery beds of ease, Supported by Thy word. While others fought to win the prize And sailed through bloody seas f Thy saints, in all this glorious war, And sailed through bloody seas Shall conquer, though they die;; Are there no foes for me to face? They view the triumph from afar, Must I not stem the flood? And seize it with their eye. Is this vile world a friend to grace, f When that illustrious day shall rise, To help me on to God? And all Thy armies shine mf Sure I must fight if I would reign; In robes of victory through the skies, Increase my courage, Lord; The glory shall be Thine. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1721.

Page  407 COURAGE. 472. P.M. ONWARD. "Be of good cheer: it is I: be not afraid." W. C. Filby, 1874 _ —___ 04- ^ 3~ - + 4 -=-88. Breast the wave, Chris - tian, When it is strong - est; 3 -% --- —--- -- - - - - ___ — -~ ___r ---Watch for day, Chris - tian, When the night's long - est; -._~~-___... - _~__ On - ward and on-ward still, Be Thine en - deav - our; _r h * - r- ~-__ _ _ _. — _= f__ t i —': --- r~f~=-4- J^^ ^:::^ I.-T mf Fight the fight, Christian, Jesus is o'er thee: Run tle race, Christian, Heaven is before thee; He who hathpromised Falteretb never; f He who hath loved so well, Loveth for ever. cr Lift thine eye, Christian, Just as it closeth; Raise thy heart, Christian, Ere it reposeth; Thee from the love of Christ Nothing shall sever;.f And, when thy work is done, Praise Him for ever. AMEXI. Joseph Stammers, 1830.

Page  408 GENERAL HYMNS. 473 L.M "Let us run with patience the race that is set before us." I I GRACE CHURCH. Pleyel. 1 - -q 1 >_T - L: - - G: --— 1T --- (m- I -s~~+ a --- n o. - a_. er — s 7-, j = -7 -* __ Ad,_ _ v mf I- i r= 90. A-wake, our souls! a- way our fears, Let ev - ery trembling tho't be gone; --,4_______.' I —>f1~ m-;. IX _I-, ---..... _8>~~~~~~~ l' ~ --- -- — 4 ld ' — 6-||A- t*+{- -- _ A-wake, and run the heavenly race, And put a cheer-ful cour-age on. A-MEX... ~z _ _ S_ -6 -,~ _i _L_ i-. -^, p True, 'tis a straight and thorny road, mf From Thee, the overflowing spring, And mortal spirits tire and faint; Our souls shall drink a full supply; But they forget the mighty God, While such as trust their native strength, cr Who feeds the strength of every saint, dim Shall melt away, and droop, and die. mf The mighty God, whose matchless power f Swift as an eagle cuts the air, Is ever new, and ever young; We'll mount aloft to Thine abode; And firm endures, while endless years On wings of love our souls shall fly, Their everlasting circles run. Nor tire amidst the heavenly road. Isaac Watts. AMEN. ction. 474, S.M. THATCHER. "Let us labour to enter into that rest. From Handel. nif:-90. A charge to keep I have, A God to glo - ri - fy: A.Ef -- _ a | - 4r~-4 ---g-.__.a _ 1 — --— g~;:-_T ---'-y-; —.-r-z-;:-~ --- _ -:':-' —~-.1. g^ ff-^g I -I < — ev - er dy - ing soul to save, And fit it for the sky. A-MEN.?3- _ mf From youth to hoary age, My calling to fulfil: 0 may it all my powers engage To do my Master's will. mf Arm me with jealous care, As in Thy sight to live, dim And 0 Thy servant, Lord, prepare A strict account to give. p Help me to watch and pray, And on Thyself rely: dim Assured if I my trust betray, I shall for ever die. AMEN. Charles Wesley, 1762.

Page  409 ACTION. 475. (FIRST TuI.) C.M. HUMMEL. "They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength." C. Zeuner, 1832, - 60. Supreme in wis - dom as in power, The Rock of A-ges stands: f -~ —f - --:=~-.... ____ __f ==_^ -_gj g -, Thou canst not search His mind,nor trace The working of His hands. A - MEN..' - -- J-\, s1 -'9-,-S — ' ---- -~- -a- -~rmf He gives the conquest to the weak, f They, with unwearied step, shall tread Supports the fainting heart; The path of life divine; And courage in the evil hour With growing ardour onward move, His heavenly aids impart. With growing brightness shine. p Mere human energy shall faint, f On eagles' wings they mount, they soar And youthful vigour cease; On wings of faith and love; cr But those who wait upon the Lord, Till, past the sphere of earth and sin, In strength shall still increase. They rise to heaven above. AMEN. William Cameron, 1781. (SECOND TUNE.) ABRIDGE. Isaac Smith, 1770. -J=90. Supreme in wis-dom as in power, The Rock of A - ges stands; I -122 I' 7- - o-t - -- lst- l _ r — r - I r I "1 - -" I Thou canst not search His mind,nor trace The working of His hands. A MEN. _ 1 -a I - - v -,..-. ~. -. --- "_~ —,- -4 i- _ = --- — C.., I I -. t I

Page  410 GENERAL HYMNS. 476. C. M. CHRISTMAS "I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God." Handel. i =90. A-wake,my soul,stretch every nerve,And press with vigour on; A heavenly. _ do d' ' -I- -, 4-. _ race demands thy zeal,And an im - mor-tal crown, And an immortal crown.A-MEN. mf A cloud of witnesses around 'Tis His own hand presents the prize Hold thee in full survey; To thine uplifted eye. For-et the steps already trod, And onward urge thy way. f Then wake, my soul, stretch every nerve, w u And press with vigour on; cr 'Tis God's all animating voice A heavenly race demands thy zeal, That calls thee from on high, And an immortal crown. AMEN. Philip Doddridge. 7 B 7s. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. "Speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward." H.. Gauntlett..If - I'j=88. Oft in dan-ger, oft in woe, On - ward, Christians, on-ward go:.-.-e-r --- 4 - Fight the fight, main-tain the strife, Strengthen'd with the bread of life. A-MEN. _ -f- -4- ^- —. f Onward, Christians, onward go, p Let not sorrow dim your eye, Join the war and face the foe: Soon shall every tear be dry; Will ye flee in danger's hour? er Let not fears your course impede, Know ye not your Captain's power? Great your strength, if great your need. p Let yourr drooping hearts be glad: f Onward then in battle move, March in heavenly armour clad: More than conquerors ye shall prove: Fight, nor think the battle long, Though Qpposed by many a foe, Victory soon shall tune your song. Christian soldiers, onward go. AMEN. H. K. White, 1806; Fanny F. Maitland, 1827.

Page  411 ACTION. 478 P.M. " ese confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth." ILFRACOMB S. Reay. mp'. - -= 80. Since I've known a Sav-iour's Name, And sin's strong fet - ters broke, m _ -. — gCare - ful with - out care I am, Nor feel my ea- sy yoke: All the work I d b l I lig f __ 3 Le o blindly fly, 7- At n I I w Joy-fulnow my fait h to show, I fin d His ser-vice my re-ward, All the work I do be- low Is light for such a Lord. A-MEw. Of livng, Lord, to Thee, p To the desert or the cell Let others blindly fly, in this evil world I dwell, Nor fear its enmity; Here I find a house of p rayer, To which I inwardly retire; Walking unconcerned in care, And unconsumed in fire. mf O that all the world might know Of liv'ng, Lord, to Thee, cr Find their heaven begun below, And here Thy goodness see; Walk in all the works prepared By Thee to exercise their grace, f Till they gain their full reward, And see Thee face to face! AMEIN. Charles Wesley, 1746.

Page  412 GENIEBAL HYMNS. 479. S.M. DENNIS. " Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.' H. G. NagelZ d'90. Heirs of un - end - ing life, While yet we so - journ here, 0 Xip -p — L__ m=ms =/"= EE I=I=" - -dim.let us our sal - va - tion work With trembling and with fear. A -MEN. -;i-J'_ ___ -- -+ --- _ __ -1- A,- ^. — g-.- g — -F-. —I Lo'Act-: ---. —^ —....=.=: —~-~ —s_~-=-= mf God will support our hearts mf 'Tis He that works to will, With might before unknown; 'Tis He that works to do; The work to be performed is ours, His is the power by which we act, The strength is all His own. His be the glory too! AMEN. Bishop H. U. Onderdonk, 1826. MO 3iutmtant. 480. LM. GRACE CHURCH. "He hath covered me with the robe of righteousness." Pleyel. _-:_ ~- i:.:::'-:, r c: t-: 7 4 H-_ — # --- ' --- -. ~. ^^ s _. i J-~'g =T^ 3 - L=J 1z+ I _ j = —90. Je-sus, Thy blood and right-eous - ness My beau-ty are, my glorious dress, -4 __ Midst flaming worlds,in these array'd, With joy shall I lift up my head. A-MEN. p___r I 2 -~- -- _ ---.. mf Bold shall I stand in Thy great day, cr When from the dust of death I rise For who aught to my charge shall lay? To claim my mansion in the skies, Fully absolved thr)ugh these I am, E'en then this shall be all my pleaFrom sin and fear from guilt and shame. p Jesus hath lived, hath died for me. mf Thou God of power, Thou God of love, Let the whole world Thy mercy prove; Now let Thy word o'er all prevail: Now take the spoils of death and hell. AMEN. Count Zinzendorf, 1739; Tr. John Wesley, 1740.

Page  413 THE JUDGMIENT. 481 8. 7s. 4. "All that are in their graves shall hear His voice, and shall come forth." I I - _ I -I I I JUDGMENT, Mrs. Horne. l -- r\ -Vt7_Y _-:__ I __-I —. rs_;. l 14 L i!_6 _J. ( r-W I IP A t^=^ —=S=i - - i - cr - ( p Day of judgment, day of wonders! Hark! the trumpet's aw - ful sound, [ - cr Louder than a thousand thunders, Shakes the vast cre - a - tion round! - J -i__ - _- _ a -; - s -A - |dim - How the sum-mons, How the summons Will the sinner's heart confound! A-MEN. dim -' -- -6 6 -, I a --- And d t-ie t1 1 ' 4- It *l- a~mI N p See the Judge our nature wearing, dim By His looks prepare to flee: Clothed in majesty divine, p Careless sinner You who long for His appearing, pp What will then become of thee. Then shall say, This God is mine: ut to those who have confessed Gracious Saviour, Loved and served the Lord below, Own me in that day for Thine cr He will say, Come near ye blessed, mf At His call the dead awaken, Take the kingdom I bestow: Rise to life from earth and sea: You for ever All the powers of nature, shaken Shall My love and glory know. AMEN John Newton, 1779. 4 82 S.M. OLMUTZ "Yet once more I shake not the earth only, but also heaven." L. Mason a-=60. How will my heart en - dure The ter-rors of that day, i - I ~ 1 i -,- A -~- -S- -a- - _- - _When earth and heav'n be-fore His face As-tonish'd shrink a - way? A - MEN. I II _ p But ere the trumpet shakes Fly to the shelter of His Cross, The mansions of the dead, cr And find salvation there. cr Hark! from the Gospel's cheering sound mf So shall that curse remove, f What joyful tidings spread. By which the Saviour bled; p Ye sinners, seek His grace, p And the last awful day shall pour Whose wrath ye cannot bear; cr His blessings on your head. AMEN. Philip Doddridge.

Page  414 GENERAL HYMNS. 483 P.M. D.TES IRAB J. B. Dykes, "The Lord grant him that he may find mercy of the Lord ir. that day," - -I I --- I- - _ I- __,, -J — -1 10*1 a 9- i — -T a -1^_ I. _ '- Z - - _ — I -- - I - iv_ _ '=90. Day of Wrath! that day of mourning! See fulfilled the proph-ets' warning, I ___ Heaven and earth in ash - es burn - ing! 0, what fear man's bo - sore rend-eth, a _1- d J!-u p s.- s-t^-A a ^^-.! __ -3 ---1 ---- 1z - 31 1 — -~; I % ---by -- GH e. +gL --- - - o -r In,f- 1u - -I —4 --- l - -I --- ' - — I - An t i F- - M I - - 1- P! I I -- - o - P- o'- — F 4T T-. 0 - 1 -. - t I i I I -L2g I-l- + - I1 ---+- i --- I -I - t — i -|cr r - " t When from heav'n the Judge descendeth,On whose sentence all de - pend - eth! -_. _- -! — J ----. * I I f Lo! the trumpet's wondrous swelling Peals through each sepulchral dwelling, All before the throne compelling. p Death is struck, and nature quaking, All creation is awaking, To its Judge an answer making. mf Lo! the book exactly worded, Wherein all hath been recorded: Thence shall justice be awarded. p When the Judge His seat attaineth, And each hidden deed arraigneth, Nothing unavenged remaineth. p When shall I, frail man, be pleading? Who for me be interceding, When the just are mercy needing? f King of Majesty tremendous, Who dost free salvation send us, dim Fount of pity! then befriend us! p Think, kind Jesus, my salvation Cost Thy wondrous Incarnation; Leave me not to reprobation! p Faint and weary Thou hast sought me, On the Cross of suffering bought me, cr Shall such grace in vain be brought me? p Righteous Judge! for sin's pollution Grant Thy gift of absolution, Ere that day of retribution. p Guilty, now I pour my moaning, All my shame with anguish owning; [ing f Spare, 0 God, (dim) Thy suppliant groanp Thou the harlot gav'st remission, Heard'st the dying thief's petition; Hopeless else were my condition. p Worthless are my prayers and sighing, Yet, good Lord, in grace complying, Rescue me from fires undying I cr With Thy favoured sheep 0 place me! Nor among the goats abase me; But to Thy right hand upraise me.

Page  415 THE JUD67MEfT. 483. CONTINUED. While the wick - ed are confo unded Doomed to flames of woe un - bounded, f I I f f L~LII __ ritard.. _ _ __ Iv Call me,with Thy Saintss~urrounid - ed. Bow my heart in meek submission, pVp rit Strewn with ash - es of con - tri-tion; Help me in my lost con - di -tion. Day of sor-rows, day of weep-ing, When in dust no long-er sleep-ing, f if z~zdim Man awakes in Thy dread keeping!I To the rest Thou didst prepar him, dim - - By Thy Cross,O Christ,up-bear him: Spare,O God, in mer-cy spare him. A -mEN. pp c dim. p n7omas of Celano i3th Cent.; Tr. William -J Irons, 1853.

Page  416 GENERAL HYMNS. 484, 8s. 7S. Ss. JUDGMENT,TYMN. "The time of the dead is come, that they should be judged." Johann King, 1535. (.J i - I -I I mf =70. Great God, what do I see and hearI The end of things cre - a - ted!...- i, I|,I T,-..:_- - I I ~ - - - e- ' E The Judge of man-kind doth ap-pear On clouds of glo - ry seat - ed! The trum-pet sounds: the graves re - store The dead which they con - f-f - -e- __ - _ _ _P ~,-,..,. _ -r f F — 1SF tained be-fore: Pre - pare, my soul, to meet Him! A - MET.. -...,. -,- 1?,I _-, _,, —1 -- ' ' --- 4-: f The dead in Christ shall first arise dim The day of grace is past and gone; At the last trumpet's sounding, pp Trembling, they stand before the throne, Caught up to meet Him in the skies, All unprepared to meet Him. With joy their Lord surrounding: No gloomy fears their souls dismay, mf Great God, what do I see and hear His presence sheds eternal day The end of things created! On those prepared to meet Him. The Judge of mankind doth appear, On clouds of glory seated: p But sinners, fill'd with guilty fears, dim Low at His Cross I view the day Behold His wrath prevailing; When heaven and earth shall pass away, For they shall rise, and find their tears And thus prepare to meet Him. AMEN. And sighs are unavailing: W. B. ollyer, 1812.

Page  417 485. (FRST TUNE.) P.M. a m VOX ANG "The night isfar spent, the day is at hand." J. B. Dykes. [d= 102. Hark! hark,my soul; Angelic songs are swelling O'er earth's green fields, and ocean's wave-beat shore; -- -- - _ ----~- H ---2 ---- - _- ",.r-,.,.^.. g I-,I.__ How sweet the truth those blessed strains are tell - ing Of that new life when sin shall be no more! DEC. CAiN.. P _ cr-_ i,..a1 - 3 3 night, SingAngels of Je - sus, An - gels of light, Sing - ing to welcome the pilgrims of the night, c r P mar-^ - _- -- ---, F ~~'___._ —H-~_ - L — =->i: --- —-E -. ing Sing-ing to wel - come the pilgrims, the pilgrims of the night. A - iEN, A - MEN. I 514 _|_mf Onward we go, for still we hear them singing, p " Come, weary souls, for Jesus bids you come;" cr And through the dark, its echoes sweetly ringing, The music of the Gospel leads us home. Angels of Jesus, etc. p Far, far away, like bells at evening pealing, The voice of Jesus sounds o'er land and sea, And laden souls by thousands meekly stealing, cr Kind Shepherd, turn their weary steps to Thee. Angels of Jesus, etc. p Rest comes at length, though life be long and dreary, cr The day must dawn, and darksome night be past; All journeys end in welcome to the weary, And heaven, the heart's true home, will come at last. Angels of Jesus, etc. mf Angels, sing on! your faithful watches keeping; Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above; Till morning's joy shall end the night of weeping, cr And life's long shadows break in cloudless love. Angels of Jesus, etc. F. W. Faber, 1854.

Page  418 GENERAL HYMNS. 485. (SCOND TUNE.) P.M. PILGRUM "The night is far spent, the day is at hand." Henry Smark Mf J = 102. Hark! hark,my soul! An - gel - ic songs are swelling O'er earth's green fields,and )_ n _ P- 42o_ e_ e -— _ i-i ocean's wave-beat shore: How sweet the truth those blessed strains are tell - ing,,1_I tl /"? t- _3 ~~+L~+ -8- -*'- O -- - - -—:'=-~ I —::, _-r - I 'P Of that new life when sin shall be no more! An - gels of Je - sus, t _ _=J_, IM _ -..g_. I ^ W - --- -- F - -^ - ^ - ^ - s> ----- -—, - - --- -- - - --- J crf _ An - gels of light, Sing - ing to wel-come the pilgrims of the night. A-MEtn. 9i.~ i j, /:_- —, ~ -o-T. mf Onward we go, for still we hear them singing, p " Come, weary souls, for Jesus bids you come;" cr And, through the dark its echoes sweetly ringing, The music of the Gospel leads us home. Angels of Jesus, etc. p Far, far away, like bells at evening pealing, The voice of Jesus sounds o'er land and sea, And laden souls by thousands meekly stealing, cr Kind Shepherd, turn their weary steps to Thee. Angels of Jesus, etc. p Rest comes at length, though life be long and dreary, ea The day must dawn, and darksome night be past: All journeys end in welcome to the weary, And heaven, the heart's true home, will come at last. Angels of Jesus, etc. mf Angels, sing on! your faithful watches keeping; Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above; Till morning's joy shall end the night of weeping, er And life's long shadows break in cloudless love. Angels of Jesus, etc. AMEN. -F. W. Faber, 1854.

Page  419 HEA VEN. 486. c.M. MARTYRDOM Hugh Wilson. "Leaving us an example that ye shoutd follow His steps." I I -, mef-r- -^ - -:- - --: -i —: -1 — A_ -A_ r J:a ~-. --- ndhe that in God's kingdom comes,Must en - ter by this door. A-6N. mf Come, Lord, when grace hath made me cr And join with the triumphant saints Thy blessed face to see; [meet To sing Jehovah's praise. For if Thy work on earth be sweet, mf My knowledge of that life is small; What must Thy glory be! rhe eye of faith is dim; p Then I shall end my sad complaints, But 'tis enouh that Christ knows all, And weary, sinful days, And I shall be with Him. AMEN..Richard Baxcter, 1681. 487 o 'White wee look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen." - I I.~ I _ - I __.1 - TAIT. 1 np -94. How long shall earth's al-lur - ing toys De - tain our hearts and eyes, m _-_ _, -'9 2-F. ka-'-^. —( S-T:~-f —4-~~-'~-f ----F —4E~-T' ~' —F-' —~-?-^ ---F-V | v =FI-1- 1 1-4.a-X-i — Re - gardless of im-mor-tal joys, And strangers to the skies? A - ME. t V-< Iv t^ f I_,_lE- to- -I - — e....,. ~.__T p These transient scenes will soon decay, They fade upon the sight; And quickly will their brightest day Be lost in endless night. p Their brightest day, alas! how vain! With conscious sighs we own; While clouds of sorrow, care, and pain O'ershade the smiling noon. mf 0 could our thoughts and wishes fly Above these gloomy shades, 7 To those bright worlds beyond the sky, Which sorrow ne'er invades! - f There, joys unseen by mortal eyes, Or reason's feeble ray, In ever-blooming prospects rise, Unconscious of decay. mf Lord, send a beam of light divine To guide our upward aim; With one reviving touch of Thine Our languid hearts inflame. cr Then shall, on faith's sublimest wing, Our ardent wishes rise, [spring To those bright scenes where pleasures Immortal in the skies. AMEN. Anne Steele, 1760.

Page  420 GENERAL HYMNS. 488, C.M. LMETH "They desire a better country, that is, an heavenly." - --- ~- -- - =100. There is a land of pure de-light,Wheresaintsim-mor-tal reign: * -m; - _ --- _F _ 2 I a - -H --- -- -e- -- --- -- -- - -- - -. -. -v E r- t- l dy ex-cludes the night, And pleas-ures ban-ish pain. A - MEN. mf There everlasting spring abides, And linger, trembling on the brink, And never-fading flowers; And fear to launch away. Death, like a narrow sea, divides n!f 0 could we make our doubts remove, This heavenly land from ours. Those gloomy doubts that rise, mf Bright fields beyond the swelling flood And see the Canaan that we love, Stand dress'd in living green; With faith's illumined eyes: So to the Jews fair Canaan stood, mf Could we but climb where Moses stood, While Jordan roll'd between. And view the landscape o'er, p But timorous mortals start and shrink Not Jordan's stream, nor death's cold flood, To cross the narrow sea; Should fright us from the shore. AMEN. Isaac Watts, 1709. 489. S.M. IMORNINGTON. "And so shall we ever be with the Lord." Lord Mornington. -. li —e --- i -h _ " nf ll =60. For- ev-er with the Lord! A - men! so let it be! rnf __9 a >,60~ Fr't ' 'thy I ' _ _ - - _- - -p- - -,~ Life from thedead is in that word:'Tis im-mor- tal - i- ty. A-MEN. p Here in the body pent, The bright inheritance of saints, Absent from Him I roam, Jerusalem above. Yet nightly pitch my moving tent p Yet clouds will intervene, A day's march nearer home. And all my prospect flies; mf My Father's house on high, Like Noah's dove, I flit between Home of my soul, how near Rough seas and stormy skies. At times to faith's far-seeing eye cr Anon the clouds depart, Thy golden gates appear I The winds and waters cease, p Ah, then my spirit faints mf And sweetly o'er my gladdened heart, To reach the land I love, Expands the bow of peace. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1835.

Page  421 490 7s.6s.D. HEA VEYF. PEABSALL. "Work your work betimes, and in His time He wfl give S. Gall. Cath. Gesangbuch. you your reward." [ t, I * -~ — ' d —88. The world is ver - y e - vil, The times are wax-ing late, mfa _ J -? 1 Jf a -i_ w _ _, 1A 2-rz t 2 R - a - - - ESTEE^_ _-Sleijg=^=^ = TZ-Z=a Be so - ber and keep vi - gil, The Judge is at the gate; _ _ - -- ' t - P __ - _-. S- - ~_2_ The Judge who comes in mer - cy, The Judge who comes with might, - -Jg -- cr - -- ^SE^g=^^^=^^:^^_-t~: l ~ r — r — 2-or --- —-- r —=-a - -~ --- ~~ Who comes to end the e - vil, Who comes to crown the right. A-MEt. v~*.. ~-r_ --- — ' ----~: —1p ----fS --- -- I._t-a-+ --- —t ---- — t4 —_~ —_~-~_t —' 4 --- —— H --- —— — -- I I f mf Arise, arise, good Christian, Let right to wrong succeed; p Let penitential sorrow cr To heavenly gladness lead, To light that has no evening, That knows nor moon nor sun, The light so new and golden, The light that is but one. mf 0 Home of fadeless splendour, Of flowers that fear no thorn, Where they shall dwell as children p Who here as exiles mourn; mf 'Midst power that knows no limit, Where wisdom has no bound, p The beatific vision cr Shall glad the saints around. nmf 0 happy, holy portion, Refection for the blest, True vision of true beauty, True cure of the distrest; f Strive, man, to win that glory; Toil, man, to gain that light; Send hope before to grasp it, Till hope be lost in sight. mf 0 sweet and blessed country, The home of God's elect! 0 sweet and blessed country That eager hearts expect! p Jesus, in mercy bring us To that dear land of rest; mf Who art, with God the Father, p And Spirit, ever blest. AMEN. S. Bernard of Cluny, 1145; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1858.

Page  422 GENERAL HYMNS. 491. (FIRST TUNE.) 7s. 6s. "Here have we no continuing city, but we seek one to come.".. An S. ALPHEGB. H. J. Gauntlett 4 -- - - = I ~ '-.-..... ' — == 90. Brief life is here our por - tion, Brief sor - row, short-lived care; _lP ___! _.2 The life that knows no end - ing, The tear - less life is there. A-MEN. anf 0 happy retribution! cr The morning shall awaken, Short toil, eternal rest; The shadows shall decay, For mortals and for sinners And each true-hearted servant A mansion with the blest. Shall shine as doth tie day. cr And now we fight the battle, f There God, our King and Portion, f But then shall wear the crown In fulness of His grace, Of full and everlasting Shall we behold for ever, And passionless renown. p And worship face to face. mf But He whom now we trust in mf 0 sweet and blessed country, Shall then be seen and known; The home of God's elect! And they that know and see Him 0 sweet and blessed country, Shall have Him for their own. That eager hearts expect! p Jesus, in mercy bring us To that dear land of rest; mf Who art, with God the Father, p And Spirit, ever blest. AMEN. S. Bernard of Cluny, 1145; Tr. J M. M. Neale, 1858. (SECOND TUNE.) CLUNY. German. = 90. Brief life is here our pcr - tion, Brief sor - row, short-lived care; The life that knows no end-ing, The tear-less life is there. A-MEN. -p — -2 -c I ',..... - ---- -- I_ — _

Page  423 492 7. 6. D. HEA VEN. " He that overcometh shall inherit all things." 0 BONA PATRIA. Arthur Sullivan. I --- — J - l T4 - I-. <I -I L _C_|-l- b —(-) _ m _ I m, ---- mf _=88. For thee, 0 dear, dear coun-try, Mine eyes their vi - gils keep; mf _2_ __ __________ ----^_'________2; -X:t-L — -ti__-F - - _ - ___ TL7 _ _ ji _ _ I --- -A-,' I '.r I I rx I H. __- i I r For ver - y love be - hold-ing Thy hap - py name, they weep, 1~ - ~-a g:L >>_~ _ ~ -L — t — 1 — -L..,-... — ^-1-l --- —-I.1 -- ~ F,~J ' -— F~ ---' ---9P- ". _l-l- - r- -_ 4-A-Ti I -- - h,__ E- - ^{:-zzz-1=fz3zzjgzz I The men-tion of thy glo - ry, Is unc-tion to the breast, I I ip, 1_ -..-_ _- L...,. I _ I And med - cne n sck-ness, And loveand lifeand rest A-MEN And med-i - cine in sick- ness, And love, and life, and rest. A-MEN. mf O one, O only mansion; O Paradise of joy! Where tears are ever banished, And smiles have no alloy; f The Lamb is all thy splendour, The Crucified thy praise; His laud and benediction Thy ransomed people raise. mf With jasper glow thy bulwarks, Thy streets with emeralds blaze; The sardius and the topaz Unite in thee their rays; Thine ageless walls are bonded With amethyst unpriced; The saints build up its fabric, And the corner-stone is Christ. mf Thou hast no shore, fair ocean! Thou hast no time, bright day! Dear fountain of refreshment To pilgrims far away! f Upon the Rock of Ages They raise thy holy tower; Thine is the victor's laurel, And thine the golden dower. nIf 0 sweet and blessed country, The home of God's elect! 0 sweet and blessed country, That eager hearts expect! p Jesus, in mercy bring us To that dear land of rest; mf Who art, with God the Father, p And Spirit, ever blest. AMEN. S. Bernard of Cluny, 1145; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1858

Page  424 GENERAL HYMNS. 493, 7s. 6s. D. EWIN. "And he shewed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, lescending out Alex. Ewing. of heaven from God, having the glory of G, d."! mf_ - - --- r -: d-=88. Je - ru - sa - lem the gold - en, With milk and hon - ey blest, V] '' I'.- _< _ --- _ _- S --- i'- — _ --- -- ---- _ __ — --- i - - 4- -i -LX 1r " - 2- -'R -om f dim | cr - " I know not, O I know not What joys a - wait us there,..... r — ^ ^ - Cw- C-O_.,~ What ra - dian - cy rrof glo - ry, What bliss be - yond com.-pare. A -MEN. == ii P f They stand, those halls of Zion, mf There is the throne of David; All jubilant with song, And there, from care released, And bright with many an angel, The shout of them that triumph, And all the artyr thrrrong. The song of them that feast. The Prince is ever in them, f And they, who with their Leader, The daylight is serene; Have conquered in the fight, The pastures of the blessed For ever and for ever p Are decked in glorious sheen. p Are clad in robes of white. mf 0 sweet and blessed cc untry, The home of God's elect! O sweet and blessed country, That eager hearts expect! p Jesus, in mercy bring us To that dear land of rest; knf Who art, with God the Father, p And Spirit, ever blest. AMEN S. Bernard of Cluny, 1145; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1858

Page  425 HBA VEN. 8494. s.D. RAPTURL "What are these, which arc arrayed in white robes." Haydn. - _ 0L f I, _ — 100. Wh' are these in bright ar - ray, This in-nu-mer - a- ble throng, p-p -8 i7~. Round the al - tar, night and day, Tun-ing their tri - umphant song?-. f "Wor-thy is the Lamb,onceslain, Blessing, hon-our, glo - ry, power, -2 1-: — 'f. ti Wis-dom, rich-es, to ob- tain, New do-min - ion ev-ery hour. A-MEN __...* -.- O -, These through fiery trials trod; mf Hunger, thirst, disease unknown, These from great affliction came; On immortal fruits they feed; cr Now before the throne of God, Them the Lamb amidst the throne, Seal'd with His eternal Name: Shall to living fountains lead: Clad in raiment pure and white, Joy and gladness banish sighs; Victor-palms in every hand, Perfect love dispels their fears: Through their great Redeemer's might, dtm And for ever from their eyes, More than conquerors they stand. p God shall wipe away their tears. ArX Jawes afontgok&Xry, 1S19.

Page  426 495. GENERAL HYMNS. (FIRST TUNE) C.M. JBRUSALEM "An d the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon to shine in it: for the glory C. F. BRoper. of the Lord did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof." 100. 0 Moth - er dear, Je - ru- sa - lemt! When shall I come to thee? Mf /. J1- -, 7 - ~, ~, ~ __ _ I. I When shall my sor-rows have an end? Thy joys when shall I see? A -MEN. _ 1/ - -- mf O happy harbour of God's saints! mf Thy gardens and thy goodly walks O sweet and pleasant soil! Continually are green, In Thee no sorrow can be found, Where grow such sweet and pleasant flowers Nor grief, nor care, nor toil. As nowhere else are seen. p No murky cloud o'ershadows Thee, mf Right through thy streets, with pleasing Nor gloom, nor darksome night; The living waters flow, Lsound, cr But every soul shines as the sun: And on the banks on either side, For God Himself gives light. The trees of life do grow. mf O my sweet home, Jerusalem I mf Those trees each month yield ripened fruit; Thy joys when shall I see? For ever more they spring, The King that sitteth on Thy throne And all the nations of the earth In His felicity? To thee their honours bring. p 0 Mother dear, Jerusalem When shall I come to thee? When shall my sorrows have an end? Thy joys when shall I see? AMEN. Francwi Baker, 1616; David Dickson, 1649. (SECOND TNE.) HOMELAND. German. 1X 2;, C, % '|. ~ -- n mf A, ' _ s -* = 96. O Mother dear,Je-ru-salem lWhen shall I come to thee? When shall my sorrows ma.f2 f___~_.,- j Em, a- 2,,J —,- - _.r - --- I see? Thy joys when shall see? A-. have an end, Thy joys when shall I see? Thyjoyswhenshall I see? A-MEN. lN r -l~ ce I~ ->_F-~I f 6> ~to2 I H= | _I - -LaeI -- WA I I I

Page  427 EAe VEN. 496. (FIRST TUNE.) C.M. BEATITUDo "That great city, the holy Jerusalen." J. B. Dykes..... - ',- -- =100. Je - ru - sa -lem my hap - py home Name ev - er dear to me, mf — _ 3 _iS_ _g, _>.. -_. _ -. -- I --- -- 0 ----tI V — 1 ----' ' -'-t I:t'.. —:, —, -'. —''-. When shall my la-bours have an end In joy, and peace,and Thee. A - MEN. -. _ ___ - _ s- _ -. mf When shall these eyes thy heaven-built p Why should I shrink from pain or woe, And pearly gates behold? [walls, Or feel at death dismay? Thy bulwarks with salvation strong, mf I've Canaan's goodly land in view, And streets of shining gold? And realms of endless day. p There happier bowers than Eden's bloom, mf Apostles, martyrs, prophets, there Nor sin nor sorrow know: Around my Saviour stand: Blest seats I through rude and stormy And soon my friends in Christ below cr I onward press to you. [scenes Will join the glorious band. f Jerusalem, my happy home, My soul still pants for thee; Then shall my labours have an end, When I thy joys shall see. AMETN. Anonymous. (SEcoND TUNE.) SOUTHWELL H. S. Irons..mf- ^ " \ - 1 r - It C1 C7 -r-! 88. Je - ru - sa - lem, my hap - pyhome,Name ev - er dear to me, mf _ ~ - _. _, -::-~-T-, 1'+ — I -, ' —o ' — ' -'. I..T~...! s t 0 | | t _il t l < yJ ~ i i LJr _ t- - When shall my la-bours have an end In joy, and peace, and thee? A-MEs. - I -t-^ =1 --- ~ - '. -l,g,, — J_^ - - g _!I I p,,

Page  428 GENERAL HYMNS. 497. P.M. "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him." - I I HEAVEN. M. Franc, 1601 4 -I 3. "i - $ fd:f 2:~; -I-23,- --- a.-_ By < 2o a v O 0-8- 1 ~ — f = C- -' I =88. Je - ru - sa- lem! high tower thy glo-rious walls!Would God I were in thee _f _ _f " - 1 ___. a a cJ. I d ~ = v i ' -_ -t -— Fp, j -— H-Z - r | De - sire of thee my long-ing heart en - thrals, De - sire at home to be:.r --- " t. - -- q _J --- - -' T. I Wide from the world out - leap - ing, O'er hill, and vale, and plain, My soul's strong wing is sweep - ing, Thy por - tals to at- tain. A - MEN....,,.-....-~, ----_-j2 ---2 —_ — -- V_-2-I ~.2 — — t- -I-<gc. -_:-:JCl_ I__ —:" g —~~~-1 ~.,? r f O gladsome day, and yet more gladsome hour I When shall that hour have come, When my rejoicing soul its own free power May use in going home? Itself to Jesus giving, In trust to His own hand, To dwell among the living, In that blest Fatherland. p A moment's time, the twinkling of an eye, Shall bo enough to soar, cr In buoyant exultation, through the sky. And reach the heavenly shore. Elijah's chariot bringing The homeward traveller there; Glad troops of angels winging It onward through the air. f Great fastness thou of honour! thee I greet! Throw wide thy gracious gate, An entrance free to give these longing feet; At last released, though late, p From wretchedness and sinning, And life's long weary way; And now, of God's gift, winning Eternitys bright day. mf What throng is this, what noble troop, that pours, Arrayed in beauteous guise, Out through the glorious city's open doors, To greet my wondering eyes? The hosts of Christ's elected, The jewels that He bears In His own crown selected To wipe away my tears. p Of prophets great, and patriarchs high, a band That once has borne the cross, With all the company that won that land, By counting gain for loss. Now float in freedom's lightness, From tyrants' chains set free; And shine like suns in brightness, Arrayed to welcome me. mf One more at last arrived they welcomed there, To beauteous Paradise, Where sense can scarce its full fruition bear, Or tongue for praise suffice or Glad alleluias ringing With rapturous rebound, And rich hosannas singing Eternity's long round. f Unnumbered choirs before the Lamb's high throne There shout the jubilee, With loud resounding peal and sweetest tone, In blissful ecstacy: A hundred thousand voices Take up the wondrous song; Eternity rejoices God's praises to prolong. AMEN. Meyfart, 1630; Tr. Bishop W. R. Whittingham, 1859.

Page  429 GENERAL HYMNS. 498 LM. "Thy mercy, 0 Lord, reacheth unto the heavens, and Thy faithfulness unto the clouds." _ I _ ( —. I. WAEEHAM. Wm. Knapp, 1760 I I-_ _ _ I _ _- __-i I _~ _ _T_4. _ ' 94. 0 Lord, Thy mer-cy, my sure hope, The high-est orb of heav'n tran-scends; ___f__ FI.. t --- _- I I I._;1 --.I, - XI O ^ - v- C,7- i a _- C - - n - co Thy sacred truth's unmeasur'd scope Be - yond the spreading sky extends. A-MEN. _ 1, _ mf Thy justice like the hills remains, mf Such guests shall to Thy courts be led, Unfathom'd depths Thy judgments are; To banquet on Thy love's repast; Thy providence the world sustains, And drink, as from a fountain's head, The whole creation is Thy care. Of joys that shall for ever last. mf Since of Thy goodness all partake, mf With Thee the springs of life remain, With what assurance should the just Thy presence is eternal day; dim Thy sheltering wings their refuge make, 0 let Thy saints Thy favour gain, And saints to Thy protection trust! To upright hearts Thy truth display. Psalm xxxvi. AMEF. 49 9. L.M. WARRINGTON. "Praise the Lord, 0 my soul; and all that is within me, praise His holy Name." R. Harrison..- -- ~ _ _r.- ''__...-c I.. _ e__ 9 "U, t f 9=94. My soul, in - spir'd with sa - cred love, God's ho - ly Name for - ev - er bless;,_____2 _ _: - I#a' ~.-. ----, _~ ]~ -~. —~-~ —~ —i-~rIt-X —t- -< --- —------— P: —Fz I - - i - i — - ---—.Of all His favours mindful prove, And still thy grateful thanks express. A-MEN. 9~"I~ - I >-~-~-~ —~ ~_~~-~-~-F::~ p 'Tis He that all thy sins forgives, And after sickness makes thee sound; From danger He thy life retrieves, cr By Him with grace and mercy crown'd. p The Lord abounds with tender love And unexampled acts of grace; His waken'd wrath doth slowly move, His willing mercy flies apace. p God will not always harshly chide, But with His anger quickly part; And loves His punishment to guide More by His love than our desert. mf As far as 'tis from east to west, So far has He our sins removed; Who, with a father's tender breast, Has such as fear Him always loved. Psalm ciii. AMENi

Page  430 GENERAL HYMNS. 500. RVW CM. PETERBOROUGH. "He bowed the heavens, and came down, and it was dark uctder Hisfeet."n. Harrison. -=, E —_______o It rT = 62. The Lord de-scended from a - bove, Andbowed theheav'nsmosthigh, J+!_ i o _ ~__ -t I g- W I And un-derneath His feet He cast, The dark - ness of the sky. A - MET. "- i:-f'-' -E-L-,E " ' ~-..i._ - I _ — — _.__ _ __ _ - f On cherub and on cherubim, mf He sat serene upon the flods, Full royally He rode, Their fury to restrain; And on the wings of mighty winds, And He, as sovereign Lord and King, Came flying all abroad. For evermore shall reign. AMEN. Psalm xviii 501. C.M. LAMBE "Jesus said unto him, I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life." - __::r ---:s':~ 2 g -1 =-100. Thou art the Way, to Thee a - lone From sin and death we flee; f-L- ~ _ _ _ '~-2_ --— X-e --- —,~-~- -- And he who would the Father seek, Must seek Him, Lord, by Thee. A - MEN. I, I.-. S IZ-. - 1 -, 2 --- - - 1 — _-* mf Thou art the Truth, Thy word alone p Thou art the Life, the rending tomb True wisdom can impart; Proclaims Thy conquering arm, Thou only canst inform the mind, mf And those who put their trust in Thee And purify the heart. Nor death nor hell shall harm. mf Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life; p Grant us that way to know, That truth to keep, that life to win, mf Whose joys eternal flow. AMEN. Bishop G. W. Doane, 1824.

Page  431 GENERAL HYMNS. 502. OM. BEDFORD. "Thyfootsteps are not known." William Wheall, 1699. = 88. God moves in a mys - te - rious way His won-ders to per - form; — ^w i, - a — } --- - _- _._ ____ —._. _ I _- -_...........,.... He plants His foot-steps in the sea, And rides up - on the storm. A-MEN. ____ Tf__a__, _ _ --, __J:.'~ _ nif Deep in unfathomable mines, p Behind a frowning providence With never-failing skill, cr He hides a smiling face. He treasures up His bright designs, mf His purposes will ripen fast, And works His sovereign will. Unfolding every hour: mf Ye fearful saints, fresh courage take; p The bud may have a bitter taste, The clouds ye so much dread cr But sweet will be the flower. Are big with mercy, and shall break mf Blind unbelief is sure to err, In blessings on your head. And scan His work in vain; mf Judge not the Lord by feeble sense, cr God is His own interpreter, But trust Him for His grace: And He will make it plain. AMEN. William Cowper, 1774. 503, L.M. TRuRO. "Blessed is the peovle, 0 Lord, that can rejoice in Thee." Dr. Burney. It Ei — _L/ mf< W 4'_; = -i - -64. Hap-py, thrice happy they,who hear Thy sa-cred trumpet's joyful sound;Wbo --.9 — _.... m..,i~ - — s i -tit - -I may at fes - ti - vals - pear, With Thy most glo-rious presence crown'd;A-MEN. m t - ti 1 2 vals f For in Thy strength they shall advance, Whose conquests from Thy favour spring: The Lord of hosts is our defence, And Israel's God our Israel's King. AMEN Psalm Ixxxix.

Page  432 GENERAL HYMNS. 504 six 88. SURREY. "The Lord is my Shepherd; therefore can I lack nothing." Henry Carey, 1730, 11 I I,x^u_ -gz~ —t -_^4-Jg- — _ — = 90. The Lord my pas - ture shall pre - pare, And feed me.___ ~ - -- -t, Cwith a shep - herd's care; His pres - ence shall my wants sup - ply,.|S-^ -.... ^_ — Ef.-$-_1 2n I b — F -I 2 r And guard me with a watch - ful eye; My noon - day walks He dimz shal at - tend, And all my mid - night hours de -fend. A MEN. To fertile vales and dewy meads cr My weary, wandering steps He leads, Where peaceful rivers, soft and slow, Amid the verdant landscape flow. pp Though in the paths of death, I tread, With gloomy horrors overspread, cr My steadfast heart shall fear no ill, For Thou, 0 Lord, art with me still; Thy friendly crook shall give me aid, And guide me through the dreadful shade. AMEN. Joseph Addison, 1712.

Page  433 GENERAL HYMNS. 505, (FLST UNE.)8s. 7s. 4. "These confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth." L. mason. __~ - _ =,j.. -- ---— g mf =86. Guide me, O Thou great Je - ho-vah, Pil-grim thro' this bar-ren land; mf 2 -, I am weak, but Thou art might-y; Hold me with Thy powerful hand: _ _p _ -'i 2- 1 -- - 42 ---- Let the fiery cloudy pillar — P cr Be Thou still m y s trength and shield. p When I tread the verge of Jordan, Bid my anxious fears subside, Bread of heav-en, Bread of heaven, Feed menowt and ev - er-more. A-n Land me safe on Canaan's side: P c1 Rf Open now the crystal fountain, Whence the healing streams do flow; Let the fiery cloudy pillar Lead me all my journey through: or Strong deliverer, Be Thou still my strength and shield. p When I tread the verge of Jordan, Bid my anxious fears subside, f Death of death and hell's destruction, Land me safe on Canaan's side: f Songs of praises I will ever give to Thee. AMEir. William Williams, 177L

Page  434 GENERAL HYMNS. 505. (SECOND TUNE.) 8s. 7s. 4. GILBFRT'S "These confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth." W. B. Gilbert. Voices in Unison. n —.. — _ —?-"- -g- ------ -.h-=84. Guide me,O Thou great Je - ho - vah, Pil-grim thro' this bar-ren land;,.............. I _- -C ~ _ —X-.. mf pS __- _- -_ -- - -. _I,_. I. — -__ _',___ __.-, I am weak, but Thou art might - y; Hold me with Thy powerful hand: — "fl ___-__ — —. -T__:r Voices in Harmony., p cr Bread of heav-en, Bread of heav-en, Feed me now and ev - ermore. A - MEx. c _-_ -r ~r __ i,- ~' - '- -q - -4- - - — * i F_ nvf Open now the crystal fountain, p When I tread the verge of Jordan. Whence the healing streams do flow; Bid my anxious fears subside, Let the fiery cloudy pillar f Death of death and hell's destruction, Lead me all my journey through: Land me safe on Canaan's side: cr Strong deliverer, jf Songs of praises Be Thou still my strength and shield. I will ever give to Thee. AMEN. William Williams, 1773. (THIRD TUNE.) SAXE-WEIMAR. fide me, Pilgrim tro' tis b = 3. Guide me, 0 Thou great Jehovah, Pilgrim thro' this bar - ren land; I am weak, but Thou art mighty; 'f - - - 9 -j -- - - - 1f-7 1 -1 r- I -.I. I I - I- I, - I 1 1._- ___-____ p cr - F 0 -1 ap- -~ 'cr G- -d rHold me with Thy power-ful hand; Bread of heav-en, Feed me now and ev - er - more. A - rEN. L_, -. f r — ^- P, o _ -fr 2 o*4 _ 1 - I

Page  435 GENERAL HYMNIXS. 506. (FIRST TUNE.) S. 7. Six lines. "The ark of the covenant went before them." LL I I DULCE CARME1X M. iaydn. (.) I-,- p, - I= 88. Lead us, heavenly Fa- ther, lead us O'er the world's tem-pes-tuolis sea; __ P _ _.._ ~- -ep- 42!9 / - I _ -- -t; f = ~ I~-, - - ' 1 '_ I - ~- -.j" Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us, For we have no help but Thee:!'"" f ~~~~ ---I- -'"I - ' ---Yet pos - sess- ing Ev-ery bless-ing, If our God our Fa ther be. A-MEN. i _ _ _ _ I Ev -.r be-n - I-q- orGou........... p Saviour,' breathe forgiveness o'er us: cr Spirit of our God, descending, All our weakness Thou dost know; Fill our hearts with heavenly joy, dim Thou didst tread this earth before us, Love with every passion blending, Thou didst feel its keenest woe; Pleasure that can never cloy: pp Lone and dreary, faint and weary, f Thus provided, pardon'd, guided, Through the desert Thou didst go. Nothing can our peace destroy. AMEw. Jaames Edmeston. (SECOND TUNE.) S. AGATHA. Francis Cramer. _ 88. Lead us,heav'nly Father, lead us, O'er the world's tempestuous spa; Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us, I _ c _ _ ---— l - 4-C...-.._,__~~ZZT If, - fl - - -6 r I II I til K —F-T - -60- -I- s For we have nohelp butThee: Yet pos-sess-ing Ev-ery blessing, If our God our Fa-therbe. A-Mxx. i —h 10 -bbd -e l ~

Page  436 GENERAL HYMNiS. 507. (FIRT TUNE.) P.M. -11U 4. S. EDMUND A. S. Sullivan. "A people near unto Him." _-45. Near - er, my God, *to Thee, Near - er to Thee, E'en though it be a cross That rais - eth me; _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ Sa -t - - i.... Still all my song shall be, Near - er, my God, to Thee,, — 9 -_q= ~y - - — I -— I-~ ---f -: —': cr dim p Near - er, my God, to Thee, Near - er to Thee. A - MEN. cr A n J din ^ p _.0 ^_^e _)_, ^_ _s _i _____ - I =_- __- - v_ _- ___ _ - - X- i- -' p Though like a wanderer, Weary and lone, Darkness comes over me, My rest a stone; cr Yet in my dreams I'd be dim Nearer, my God, to Thee, p Nearer to Thee. mf There let my way appear Steps unto heaven; All that Thou sendest me In mercy given; cr Angels to beckon me dim Nearer, my God, to Thee, p Nearer to Thee. mf Then,with my waking thoughts Bright with Thy praise, Out of my stony griefs Altars I'll raise; cr So by my woes to be dim Nearer, my God, to Thee, p Nearer to Thee. f Or, if on joyful wing, Cleaving the sky, Sun, moon, and stars forgot, Upward I fly, Still all my song shall be dim Nearer, my God, to Thee, p Nearer to Thee. AMENw. Sag ah F. Adams, 184L

Page  437 GENERAL HYMNS. 507. (SECOND TUNE.) P.M. BETHANY, "A people near unto Him." L. Mason. m f, -I - - 1 By-=45. Near - er, my God, to Thee, Near - er to Thee, |'/ | __ ).g-_____ es_ ___Aft_ ] - - 6 L p. ' ----- -- -- -s — -— _-,_ -w_ D i, E'en though it be a cross That rais - eth me; |- H-_ -_: — -_- ----- ______ _ _ A":-g —..: ---.F. = ~-[ — 1 - = e g: Near - er, my God, to Thee, Near er to Thee, A-MEN. -- | * -- A -- - a - J I - --:-: p Though like a wanderer, mf Then with my waking thoughts Weary and lone, Bright with Thy praise, Darkness comes over me, Out of my stony griefs My rest a stone; Altars I'll raise; cr Yet in my dreams I'd be cr So by my woes to be aim Nearer, my God, to Thee, dim Nearer, my God, to Thee, p Nearer to Thee. p Nearer to Thee. mf There let my way appear f Or, if on joyful wing, Steps unto heaven; Cleaving, the sky, All that Thou sendest me Sun, moon, and stars forgot, In mercy given; Upward I fly, cr Angels to beckon me Still all my song shall be dim Nearer, my God, to Thee, dim Nearer, my God, to Thee, p Nearer to Thee. p Nearer to Thee. AMEN. Sarah F. Adams, 1841.

Page  438 508, L.M.D. GENERAL HYMNS. "The heavens declare the glory of God.' I -- CREATION, Haydn. 1_ _ L- - - =!-T _ 1_Trr - — T ----_ -. o I — - r _ __t_9b-~-) ~ _ - c _ -- 1 _ I -J __-( _ -I I _ I_$ _ + I - --- ----- 4 -+ _ 1 — -4 — I\y ~L —____I - -— I 1_^^o-1-.-^ — -,-^.J ---^ fl - * =112. The spa-cious firm - a - ment on high, With all the blue e -. _,. d _ 1 — s I- I. ~.. -. -. --,'- - ) 1 - -. - -2. y,__. _.___ -II I El ---- the - rial sky, And span-gled heav'ns,a shin - ing frame, Their d-~- d _: - o d ^J^-L^?-*-^-r-' —~ —~-P —^^ ---~-~r __ __ _ _1 _ -l- - — r- -- -T --- —..I I '1.~O' 'ft-~'d:::-u fi't --- ' — L _-h-t —,-1 ---- ~O '-t~- cr great O - rig -i - nal pro - claim.Th'unwearied sun, from day to day _ I- -d cr _-___ _J____ 7 - "~ —T I. ^t-rz. -I L - d L-l- L-oi. 4-rg-ZL - y Z LC Z _ L Does his Cre - a - tor's power dis - play, And pub - lish - es to _ _ _ T1~ ff_ r ^ ^ ^ --- w-? --- —?9. +-2 ____ ~ 4 --— ~ - "- | _.... --- -?- ---. _: ~_ ^ ^... - 6. O -- -----. & S _ - ~:. -__ ev - ery land The work of an Al-might - y Hand. A-MEiT. __- _# _ ~ — ~ -' ---- ~ -!_ I - ' i *-I......~ — - - ' --- p Soon as the evening shades prevail, p What though in sc:emn silence all The moon takes up the wondrous tale, Move round this dark terrestrial ball; And nightly to the listening earth What though no real voice nor sound Repeats the story of her birth; Amidst their radiant orbs be found; cr Whilst all the stars that round her burn, cr In reason's ear they all rejoice, And all the planets in their turn, And utter forth a glorious voice; f Confirm the tidings as they roll, ff For ever singing as they shine, And spread the truth from pole to pole. "The Hand that made us is divine "AMEN, Joseph Addison, 1712.

Page  439 GENERAL HYMNS. 509y (FIRSTTUNE.) P.M. PARADISE, "H aving a desire to depart, and to be with Christ, which is far better." J. B. Dykes ~ '-~- ~g [ J ---<<-E —~_ I-. flmf II - 92. 0 Par- a-dise! 0 Par- a-dise! Who doth not crave for rest? Who mf _|_ | _-_-t — - 1Xe_ - -. would not seek the hap - py land Where they that loved are blest? Where.K.__ _ -f- _ _ _ - ____loy - al hearts and true Stand ev - er in the light; All -- i. r. — t- r' -F '-r ----,; _ _____raill rap - ture thro' and thro' In God's most ho - ly sight. A-MEmT. -- -— m — ca- 1 mf 0 ParadiseTO Paradise, Of 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise, p The world is growing old; I want to sin no more, cr Who would not be at rest and free I want to be as pure on earth Where love is never cold? As on Thy spotless shore; f Where loyal hearts and true, etc. f Where loyal hearts and true, etc. mf 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise, mf 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise, p 'Tis weary waiting here; I greatly long to see cr I long to be where Jesus is, The special place my dearest Lord To feel, to see Him near; In love prepares for me; f Where loyal hearts and true, etc. f Where loyal hearts and true, etc. p Lord Jesus, King of Paradise, 0 keep me in Thy love, cr And guide me to that happy land Of perfect rest above; f Where loyal hearts and true, Stand ever in the light, All rapture through and through, dim In God's most holy sight. AMEN. F. W. Faber, 1862.

Page  440 GENERAL HYMNS. 509, (SECOND TUNE.) P.M. PAR "Having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ, whichL isfar better." J. Barnby. mf P 6=92. 0 Par-a-dise! 0 Par -a-diseI Who doth not crave for rest? '"f P- -- hQ 6 - /- 1=_ - + ', - ' Gi dim Who would not seek the hap - py land Where they that loved are blest? d<, -m 2 J-l? —F J _ - --— Z --- —-~-I_: — I — _ - — 1 --- f -—;- - Wlhere loy - al hearts,and true,.... Stand ev - er in the light; __ -_ -- — ~_ __, - ' I —l - -- m 0 e, 0 P ~ 0 P 0 diP r ads All rap-ture thro' and thro' In God's most ho - ly sight. A-MEN. dim I mf 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise, nf 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise, p The world is growing old; I want to sin no more, cr Who would not be at rest and free I want to be as pure on earth Where love is never cold? As on Thy spotless shore; f Where loyal hearts and true, etc. f Where loyal hearts and true, etc. sf 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise, mf 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise, p 'Tis weary waiting here; I greatly long to see cr I long to be where Jesus is, The special place my dearest Lord To feel, to see Him near; In love prepares for me; f Where ],yal hearts and true, etc. f Where loyal hearts and true, etc. p Lord Jesus, King of Paradise, O keep me in Thy love, cr And guide me to that happy land Of perfect rest above; f Where loyal hearts and true, Stand ever in the light, All rapture through and through, dim In God's most holy sight. AMEN. '. W. Faber, 1862.

Page  441 GENERAL HY 510i (FIRST TUNE.) O.M. ALEXANDUa "In Thee, 0 Lord, have I put my trust; let me never be put to confusion." nf ' ' =90. la Thee I put my stead - fast trust, De - fend me, Lord,from shame:. —S-,.1.. ' ~ _i ----- - -: --- — '-- _l o1 -' - ' ^ > In - dine Thine ear, and save my soul, For righteous is Thy Name. A - ME. mf Be Thou my strong abiding-place, mf While God vouchsafes me His support, To which I may resort: I'll in His strength go on; Thy promise, Lord, is my defence, All other righteousness disclaim, Thou art my Rock and Fort. And mention His alone. mf My steadfast and unchanging hope f Therefore, with psaltery and harp, Shall on Thy power depend; Thy truth, 0 Lord, I'll praise; And I in grateful songs of praise To Thee, the God of Jacob's race, My time to come will spend. My voice in anthems raise. AMEN. Psalm lxxi. (SECOND TUNE.) SCARBOROUGH.,=90. In Thee I put my stead-fast trust, De - fend me, Lord,from shame; mf 7 -_I- I d In - dine Thine ear, and save my soul, For righteous is Thy Name. A- MEN. _ __ - _P~ _ -;fVfco -by9 t yz:=ERj-,,....... I-, I_-,.b

Page  442 GENERAL HYMNS. 5 11. 8s. 7s. 8s. ATOLE PAULD "Behold we come unto Thee; for Thou art the Lord.ur God." Arr. by Mendelssohn =78. Al might-y God! I call to Thee, By sore temp-ta - tion shak - en: In - dine Thy gracious ear to me,And leave me not for - c-eeq lI -- -It- - _ -- __ Id — 01 sak - en; For who that feels the power with- in Of past remorse and 9-j <=G ---— i — ~i=r — ^ ---- t -, j-9_.-L - I ___ -S-1 I - pres - ent sin, Can stand, 0 Lord, be - fore Thee? A-ME. - -- ~=,..... ] __ } -- J, I mf On Thee alone my stay I place, p And though I travail all the night, All human help rejecting; And travail all the morrow, Relying on Thy sovereign grace, cr My trust is in Jehovah's might, Thy sovereign aid expecting, My triumph in my sorrow; I rest upon Thy sacred word, Forgetting not that Thou of old That Thou'lt repel him not, 0 Lord, Didst Israel, though weak, upholdWho to Thy mercy fleeth. When weakest then most lovingi p What though my sinfulness be great, Redeeming love is greater; What though all hell should lie in wait, cr Supreme is my Creator; f And He my rock and fortress is, And when most helpless, most I'm His, My strength and my Redeemer. AMEN. Martiy Luther, 1524; Tr. F. Whatrton, 1859.

Page  443 GENERAL HYMNS. 512i. P.M. Lux BENGNA "In the day-time also He led them with a cloud, and all the night through J. B. Dykes. with the light of fire." t t f- ~m #X-z * = -.- ' —4 — 4: 1 - 100. Lead, kind-ly Light, amid th'encirc-ling gloom, Lead Thon me on; The night is dark, and I am far from home, Lead Thou me on. P - - - - ',_._J —~-. --- — _-= c I___ —, - —. ---- - The dis - tant scene; one step e - nough for me_. A - ME'. eep Thou y feet; I wado not everask to seehus, nor prayd that Thou c cr loved the garish day; and, spite of fears, Pride ruled my will: (p) remember not t:s years. mfr ISo t Ime, sure it still O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, (p) till -Z-The nigh-t is gone, er And with the morn those angel faces smile, ~-4 -The dis t ant scene; on e ste p e - ough for awhile. A- mEN. dimJohn eman, 1833. mf I was not ever thus, nor pray'd that Thou Shouldst lead me on; I loved to choose aud see my path: (p) but now Lead Thou me on. er I loved the garish day; and, spite of fears, Pride ruled my will: (p) remember not past years. mf So long Thy power has blest me, sure it still Will lead me on O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, (p) till The night is gone, cr And with the morn those angel faces smile, Which I have loved long since, (p) and lost awhile. AMEN. John Henry N!Tewman, 1833.

Page  444 513. (FIST TUNE.) S.M GEXERAL HYMTS. "*Let us labour to enter into that rest." DENNIS. Nageli. ^=80. o where shall rest be found, Bestfor the wea - ry soul? UP-^ —^^ 5, 2 6_d 6 J-! i_ r-At -h- '50 -0 &.- _,., i - I_ _.= =: _ t. _s.. -I I V iL I t0-i I i - I- -I I 'Twere vain the o - cean's depths to sound, Or pierce to ei- ther pole. A-MEN. mf The world can never give pp There is a death whose pang, The bliss for which we sigh: Outlasts the fleeting breath; 'Tis not the whole of life to live, 0 what eternal horrors hang Nor all of death to die. Around the second death! f Beyond this vale of tears p Lord God of truth and grace, There is a life above, Teach us that death to shun, Unmeasured by the flight of years; Lest we be bantshed from Thy face, And all that life is love. And evermore undone. AMEN. James Montgomery, 1819. (SECOND TuCN) S. GABRIEL. a /- 6 led -= 86. 0 where shall rest be found, Rest for the wea - ry soul? _ ___!_ 2 2 3 I I I [ -4,s- — i-.=_.[ Twere vain the o-cean's depths to sound, Or pierce to ei - ther pole. A. 'Twere vain the o-cean's depths to sound, Or pierce to ei - ther pole. A - MEN. _y - I I I- I I T -F72

Page  445 GENERAL HYMNS. 514, l FIRST TUNE.) P.M. STEPHANOS "if any man serve Me, let him follow Me; and where I am, there shall H. W. Baker. also My servant be." P - I -.-= 80. Art thou wea- ry, art thou lan-guid, Art thou sore dis - tress'd? — P - -_.'.: -- '-1 ' — - '" - ---.... Come to Me," saith One, "and com- ing, Be at rest." A-MEN...-, _ - -----—,: '1 mf Hath He marks to lead me to Him, mf If I still hold closely to Him, If He be my guide? What hath He at last? p "In His feet and Hands areWound-prints, f "Sorrow vanquished, labour ended, And His Side." Jordan past." mf Is there Diadem as Monarch mf If I ask Him to receive me, That His Brow adorns? Will He say me nay? "Yea, a Crown, in very surety, f " Not till earth, and not till heaven p But of Thorns." Pass away." mf If I find Him, if I follow, mf Finding, following, keeping, struggling, What His guerdon here? Is He sure to bless? v "Many a sorrow, many a labour, f "Saints, Apostles, Prophets, Martyrs, p Many a tear." Answer, Yes." AMEN. S. Stephen the Sabaite; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1862. (SECOND TUNE.) GENEVA. ^ pi.- -6.... -- -.- " r j=86. Art thou wea- ry, art thou lan-guid, Art thou sore dis-tress'd? ____ j _ __T -t- ^ -g - p ____ m - - p - _, '..,,. -..- -I ~. _-, 1_-_, Come to Me," saith One, "and corn - ing, Be........ at rest." A-MEN. '. pf 1 p ~ _ - - I: ' - -- - ^..b —=. — g? -— o r,,'.iL, --

Page  446 GENERAL HYMNXS. 514. (THIRD TUNE.)P.] __ nA S. STEPHEN THE SABAITE. "If any man serve Mfe, let him follow Me; From "Hymns ofthe Ea tern Church." and where I am, there shall also My servant be." -I - I I — _ --— I I -------- -- tJ I I I J-=80. Art thouwea-ry, art thou lan-guid, Art thou sore dis - tress'd?.P _ a-. -D o ep __9T- -IfT -a- f — 2- ftt I.I., 1 I Ending for 1st verse. " m"f "Come to Me," saith mf _^-: 2_,- e p One, "and corn - ing Be at ea7 7'- P _ _ — rest." I Ulf Endingfor 2d verse. Ending for d verse.,, Endingfor 4th verse.. no,. p - ~ l- ". But of thorns. Ma- ny a tear. M1a - ny a tear. _ j P1 i, T.h. Endingfor 5th verse. f9m-^^-e. — g-H-o I Jor - dan pass'd. f - -',, Endingfor 6th verse. Pass a - way. fI,f r - e2 -Z ______.. i~ i l Ending for 7th verse. O/ ff Ans-wer, Yes. A-MEN. ff_.s. - 1- - - mf Hath He marks to lead me to Him, mf If I still hold closely to Him, If He be my guide? What hath He at last? p "In His Feet and Hands are Wound-prints, f Sorrow vanquished, labour ended, And His Side." Jordan past." mf Is there diadem as Monarch mf If I ask Him to receive me, That His Brow adorns? Will He say me nay? "Yea, a Crown, in very surety, f "Not till earth, and not till heaven p But of Thorns." Pass away." mf If I find Him, if I follow, mf Finding, following, keeping, struggling, What His guerdon here? Is He sure to bless? p "Many a sorrow, many a labour, if Saints, Apostles, Prophets, Martyrs, Many a tear." Answer, Yes!" AMEN. S. Stephen the Sabaite; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1862.

Page  447 515. Six 8 GENERAL HYMNS. " Whom have I in heaven but Thee. " PRINCE. M'.'cdelssoha =-92. Thou hid-den love of God, whose height,Whose depth unfathom'd mf -f -g-,.- _ — ^ ----.-. - --! -- -- --- I1- - — I-. ~ t-......,..._-_..... —.... ~-~ no man knows: I see from far Thy beau - teous light, _ ---— _ __ 0_ __ C-o,_ i-~ P In - ly I sigh for Thy re - pose: My heart is pain'd, nor." -,, -9 -. __-.- _ -_ -d-:9 —~ E -— ___,: - '-:__-___ _ _ _ i I_ - I si -_fh. Is yhe rt i pand can it be At rest till it find rest in Thee. A - MEN. - -! —i- =. —:g m, Is there a thing beneath the sun p O hide this self from me, that I That strives with Thee my heart to share? No more, but Christ in me; may live; Ah! tear it thence, and reign alone, My vile affections crucify, The Lord of every motion there. Nor let one darling lust survive; Then shall my heart from earth be free, In all things nothing may I see, When it hath found repose in Thee. Nothing desire, or seek, but Thee. mf Each moment draw from earth away My heart, that lowly waits Thy call; dim Speak to my inmost soul, and say, I am thy Love, thy God, thy All: mf To feel Thy power, to hear Thy voice, To taste Thy love, be all my choice. AMEN. G. Tersteegen, 1731; Tr. John Wesley, 1736.

Page  448 GEN2ERAL HYMN1S. 516, O.M `0 Lord, how manifold are Thy works." ]. B. Dykes. i-=90. The Lord our God is clothed with might, The winds o - bey His will; _ ____ __-___ __ i - 2 J. g-t — 1 —= ---: --- —, —. He speaks,and, in His heav'nly height,The roll - ing sun stands still.A-MEN.._P ~ dim mf Rebel, ye waves, and o'er the land f His voice sublime is heard afar, With threatening aspect roar; dim In distant peals it dies; The Lord uplifts.His awful hand, cr He yokes the whirlwind to His car, And chains you to the shore. And sweeps the howling skies. mf Howl, winds of night, your force combine; nif Ye nations, bend, in reverence bend; Without His high behest, Ye monarchs, wait His nod, Ye shall not, in the mountain pine, ff And bid the choral song ascend Disturb the sparrow's nest. To celebrate your God. AMEN'. Henry Kirke White. 517. c.M. BEDFORD. "0 Lord, our Governor, how ecellent is Thy Name in all the world." W. Wheall, 1699... ~ ---.- 2 -, ^ —1 --=88. 0 Thou to whom all creatures bow With - in this earth-ly frame, Mf J.X <, d 1l _. " Is - ff +-4 1B — r 2 - - — A --- -- Cr~ Thro' all the world how great art Thou!How glorious is Thy Name. A - MEN. i | -i 9 - - I mf In heaven Thy wondrous acts are sung, mp 0 what is man, that, Lord, Thou lov'st Nor fully reckon'd there; To keep him in Thy mind? And yet Thou mak'st the infant tongue Or what his offspring, that Thou prov'st Thy boundless praise declare. To them so wondrous kind? mf When heaven,Thy beauteous work on high mfo Thou to whom all creatures bow, Employs my wondering sight; Within this earthly frame, The moon, that nightly rules the sky, cr Through all the world how great art Thou. With stars of feebler light; How glorious is Thy Name! AMEN Palma viii.

Page  449 GENERAL HYMNS. 518. (FIRST TUNE.) S.M. PENTONVILLI "Be strong, and He shall establish your heart, all ye that put your trust in the Lord." Thomas Lindley. I- z —_ I: I- 4 —I== II- -a: a - + -— I I - _-E = 60. My hope, my stead-fast trust, I on Thy help re - pose; mf _ - 0- I | i That Thou,my God, art good and just, My soul with con-fort knows.A-MEN. -_.s _ - I- -- Z -Z-. I _ -r — I o,. p Whate'er events betide, mf How great Thy mercies are Thy wisdom times them all; To such as fear Thy Name, Then, Lord, Thy servant safely hide WhichThou,for those that trust Thy care, From those that seek his fall. Dost to the world proclaim! mf The brightness of Thy face mf O all ye saints, the Lord To me, O Lord, disclose; With eager love pursue; And as Thy mercies still increase, Who to the just will help afford, Preserve me from my foes. And give the proud their due f Ye that on God rely, Courageously proceed; For He will still your hearts supply With strength in time of need. AMEN. Psalm xxi. (SECOND TUNE.) NEWLAND. H. J. Gauntlett, 1857. I —86. My hope, my stead-fast trust, I on Thy help re - pose; mf. — _ - - - _ --, — -.- - i, - 1' ' - That Thu-,- * — — my God, t gd -an jut Ms-o -- cofr — |I- is_ That Thou, my God,art gopd and just, My soul with comfort knows.A-MEN. -eA2

Page  450 GENERAL HYMNS. 519i. 63. 5. "O Lord, My God, Thou art very great: Thou art clothed with honour and majesty." HANOVER Handel. O 104. 0 wor-ship the King, All glo-rious a-bove; O grate-ful - ly I,: f - P -L i X i sing His power and His love; Our Shield and De - fend - er, The a e~ L 2 - - I I I- - LI - r - i - - e r F v Ancient of days, Pa - vil-ion'd in splendour,And gird-ed with praise.A - MEN. YL _i 3 1_ _ a_ _- a..,. -- -:of2 I 1 /2 11 - - 4 - i II V ~2 l f 0 tell of His might, f Thy bountiful care O sing of His grace, What tongue can recite? Whose robe is the light; dim It breathes in the air, Whose canopy, space; It shines in the light; dim His chariots of wrath It streams from the hills; Deep thunder-clouds form, It descends to the plain, And dark is His path And sweetly distils On the wings of the storm. In the dew and the rain. f The earth, with its store p Frail children of dust, Of wonders untold, And feeble as frail, Almighty, Thy power cr In Thee do we trust, Hath founded of old — Nor find Thee to fail; Hath stablished it fast Thy mercies, how tender, By a changeless decree, How firm to the end, And round it hath cast, Our Maker, Defender, Like a mantle, the sea. Redeemer, and Friend. f O measureless might, Ineffable Love! While angels delight To hymn Thee above, The ransomed creation, Though feeble their lays, With true adoration Shall lisp to Thy praise. AMxN. Robert Grant, 1839.

Page  451 GENERAL HYMNS. 520. (FIRST TUNE.)S.M. LT "My soul thirstethfor Thee, my flesh also longeth after Thee; h a bar J. B. Wilkes ren and dry land where no water is." t(=60. Far from my heaven-ly home, Far from my Fa - ther's breast,:_, -----, I, _, ~ _l -~.. I ---- q: p " cr Fainting I cry, blest Spir-it, come, And speed me to my rest. A-MEN. cr I j, - p I. p My spirit homeward turns, p To thee, to thee I press, 'And fain would thither flee; A dark and toilsome road; My heart, 0 Sion, droops and yearns, cr When shall I pass the wilderness, When I remember thee. And reach the saints' abode? p God of my life, be near: On Thee my hopes I cast: cr 0 guide me through the desert here, And bring me home at last. AMTEN. Henry F. Lyte, 1834. (SECOND TUNE.) LEIGHTON. Greatorex. - nf ' - = 60. Far from my heavenly home, Far from my Father's breast,, f...: — r — -f-= — J-F p' --- _ c,= -r- v '- c - Faint-ing I cry, blest Spir - it, come,And speed me to my rest. A - MEN. P 4c- r ____ ~ ~. _ E S E E^E E ' ^ =S:.i^ I.:- I -_ s r L^ J~^ ES:a^==^^-=^=^F

Page  452 GENERAL HYMNS. 521. (FIRST TUNE.) 7s. S. BEES. J. B. Dykes "Lovest thou Me " _I -1 I - I ~ I d =84. Hark! my soul, it is the Lord: 'Tis thy Saviour, hear His word; ____ -f-:- -g- ~2 -,~ ~. g- -f1-v-I 1 | Je - sus speaks,and speaks to thee, Say, poor sin - ner, lov'st thou me? A-MEN. _ _ _ _____ _p -2- - i:-4~~~i —I- 4 ~r"-' —~, mf I delivered thee when bound, mf Mine is an unchanging love, And when wounded healed thy wound; Higher than the heights above, Sought thee wandering, set thee right, Deeper than the depths beneath, Turned thy darkness into light. cr Free and faithful, strong as death. mf Can a woman's tender care, f Thou shalt see My glory soon, Cease toward the child she bare? p When the work of grace is done; p Yes, she may forgetful be, cr Partner of My throne shall be; cr Yet will I remember thee. pp Say, poor sinner, lovest thou Me? mf Lord, it is my chief complaint, That my love is weak and faint; cr Yet I love Thee and adore; 0 for grace to love Thee more! AMEm. Willian Cowper. (SECOND TUNE.) ANCIENT LITANY, i mf f~ -r --- 84. Hark! my soul, it is the Lord; 'Tis thy Sav-iour, hear His word; 1 -- -- 1 ---- r — I I 0 m-f '.P -1: Jt-_?-, Je-sus speaks,and speaks to thee- Say,poor sin-ner, lov'st thou Me? A-MEx. _-r- e '-J- - l f ~ -P p. - - 'o,,,- -_

Page  453 GENERAL HYMNS. 522i L.M ABENDS. "The strength of my salvation." H. S. Oakely, p cr din,=-98. My hope,my all, my Sav - iour Thou! To Thee,lo! now my soul I bow; p cr dim ' I;.... I,-. 1 -- ~ I feel the bliss Thy wounds impart, I find Thee, Saviour,in my heart. A-MEN. I-. g dim -4-i- t _- _q- — t.-r-' mnf Be Thou my strength, be Thou my way: And if I should from Thee depart, Protect me thro' my life's short day; Then clasp me, Saviour, to Thy heart. In all my acts mhy wisdom guide, p In fierce temptations darkest hour, And keep me, Saviour, near Thy side. Save me from sin and Satan's power; mp Correct, reprove, and comfort me; cr Tear every idol from Thy throne, As I have need, my Saviour be; f And reign, my Saviour, reign alone. Anonymous. AMEN. 523. 7s. WOLHAYES. "My times are in Thy hand." E. Harland. ]-88. Sovereign Ru- ler of the skies, Ev - er gra- cious, ev - er wise, -- 1 - - ___ _.. All our times are in Thy hand, All e-vents at Thy command. A-MEN. i, _ z-JLE-j-i->] — 19- Po nsf IHe that form'd us in the womb, All our pleasures, all our pains, dim He shall guide us to the tomb; Come, and end, as God ordains. cr All our ways shall ever be May we always own Thy hand Order by His wise decree.Still to Thee surrender'd stand, mf Times of sickness, times of health, cr Know that Thou art God alone, Blighting want, and cheerful wealth, We and ours are all Thy own! AMEN. Jo hn.yland, 1777.

Page  454 GENERAL HYMNS. 524, S.M. BEN REHYDDID "As the waters fail from the sea, and the flood decayeth and drieth up: so man A. R. Reinagle. lieth down and riseth not; till the heavens be no more they shall not awake, nor be raised out of their sleep." -=86. The might - y flood that rolls Its tor-rents to the main, f - - Can ne'er re-call its wa - ters lost From that a - byss a- gain: A-MEN. mp So days, and years, and time, p 0 may I find in death Descending down to night, A hiding-place with God, Can thenceforth never more return cr Secure from woe and sin, till call'd Back to the sphere of light: To share His blest abode. p And man, when in the grave, mf Cheer'd by this hope, I wait, Can never quit its gloom, dim Through toil, and care, and grief, Until th' eternal morn shall wake p Till my appointed course is run, The slumbers of the tomb. And death shall bring relief. AHEN. John Logan. 52 5, 7s. bUBMISSION. "Strive to enter in at the straight gate." J. B. Dykes. |.- 'i I ' I:I ~ _ X i, -80. Seek, my soul, the nar-row gate, En -ter ere it be too late; i.. -- __,, | ~....., ~ --, _ -,"-, -j Man - y ask to en - ter there, When too late to of - fer prayer.A-Mzx. _ - g g^ ig - - - ' I, pf~ - -— r gg p God from mercy's seat shall rise, We have ate with Thee and heard And forever bar the skies: Heavenly teaching in Thy word." Then, though sinners cry without, He will say, (pp)" I know you not." mp Vain, alas, will be their plea, Workers of iniquity; mp Mournfully will they exclaim: dim Sad their everlasting lot; "Lord, we have professed Thy Name; Christ will say, (pp) " I know you not." Bishop H. U. Onderdonk. AMzME

Page  455 GENERAL HYMNS. 526. P.M. MEDFORD. "Thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory, through our Lord Jesus Christ." 3p ~ 1- M J ^S-= 82. Thy bit - ter anguish o'er, To this dark tomb they bore Thee, * e!:_-_ ^ -t _ — - -: I i - - Life of life-Thee, Lord of all cre - a - tion -_ _ -- -e- -B__F -p- __p The hol - low, rock - y cave, Must serve Thee for a grave, Who -f..., *- -- -- __-~______T -~~- -iwast Thy - self the Rock of our sal - va - tion I A-MEN. _ _ -e- - - ^ These notes are to be slurred, and the small notes used, to agree with the irregular rhythm of the 3d and 4th verses. p O Prince of Life! I know p To me the darksome tomb That when I too lie low, [awaken: Is but a narrow room, Thou wilt at last my soul from death Where I may rest in peace,from sorrow free, Wherefore I will not shrink cr Thy death shall give me power From the grave's awful brink; f To cry in that dark hour, cr The heart that trusts in Thee shall ne'er O Death! 0 Grave! where is yo ir viebe shaken. tory? mf My Jesus, day by day Help me to watch and pray Beside the tomb wherein, my heart, thou'rt laid, dim Thy bitter death shall be p My constant memory, My guide at last into death's awful shade. Anonymous. AMEN.

Page  456 GENERAL HYMNS. 5i27i (FIRST TUNE.) 7s. CHARTTY. "And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity." J. Stainer.,-= 88. Gracious Spir-it, Ho - ly Ghost, Taught by Thee we cov - et most, L~ -,g,- g - - T ----, S___- -1 _ __ -_ --- — Ad- -z. 1. '.... -- Voices in; Unison, rail. Of Thy gifts at Pen-te - cost, Ho- ly, heavenly Love. A - MEN. -/ i. + = I -- H _H- _.. l -.', I.-: ---->D |:- ~i- -I- ->~;4H -ce Small notes for Organ. mnf Love is kind, and suffers long, mf Faith will vanish into sight; Love is meek, and thinks no wrong, Hope be emptied in delight; Love than death itself more strong; cr Love in heaven will shine more bright; Therefore, give us Love. Therefore, give us Love. mf Prophecy will fade away, mf Faith and Hope and Love we see Melting in the light of day; Joining hand in hand agree; Love will ever with us stay; cr But the greatest of the three, Therefore, give us Love. And the best, is Love. p From the overshadowing Of Thy gold and silver wing, Shed on us who to Thee sing, Holy, heavenly Love. AMEN. Bishop Christopher Wordsworth. (SECOND TUNE.) CAPETOWN. German. = 88. Gra-cious Spir - it, Ho - ly Ghost, Taught by Thee we cov - et most, mf 2 Of Thy gifts at Pen - te - cost, Ho - ly, heaven-ly Love. A - MEN. L-&2 a - I-a — ~

Page  457 GENERAL HYMNS 528, O.M.D. Vox DILrc "He that cometh to Me shall never hunger, and he that believeth in Me shall never thirst." J. B. Dykes. rail., Tempo. _r ' - - i"- -f - -...... =-86. I heard the voice of Je - sussay, Come un - to Me and rest; WI...... I I ' - t! -~F==L_ _ Lay down, thou wea - ry one, lay down Thy head up - on my breast;" =108.I came to Je - sus as I was, Wea - ry, and worn, and sad: mfj I cr r - __ — _- ___Z Is -_I=: _ —,_.- __ --- -- i —:' r,e-to- H i t i, ---- -t I found in Him a rest-ing place, And He has made me glad. A-MEIN. cr -i- 1 -I- _ - p I heard the voice of Jesus say, p I heard the voice of Jesus say, " Behold, I freely give "I am this dark world's Light; cr The living water, thirsty one, cr Look unto Me, thy morn shall rise, Stoop down, and drink, and live:" And all thy day be bright;" p*I caue Lo Jesus, and I drank p *I looked to Jesus, and I found cr Of that life-giving stream; cr In Him my Star, my Sun; My thirst was quenched, my soul revived, And in that Light of life I'll walk ff And now I live in Him. dim Till travelling days are done. AMEN. * In verses 2 and 3, for music of lines 5 and 6, substitute the following: BI. Bonar. _f _ - --- -- I came to Je - sus, and I drank Of that life-giv-ing stream: I look'd to Je - sus, and I found In Him my Star,my Sun: m ' 2 cr._..1 _ -X 1-..; " ',

Page  458 GENVERAL HYMNS. ^529e 8s. 7s. 529 Six Lines. (FIRST rUN.) DULCE CARMEN. "Praise the Lord, 0 my soul; and all that is within me praise H i holy YName." M. Haydn. (?) rI-q --- —-----— ' 1 _ mif J 94. Praise, my soul, the King of heav -en, To His feet thy mf J tri - bute bring: Ransomed, healed, re - stored, for - giv - en, Ev - er-more His prais - es sing; Al - le - i - ia Al - le - lu - ia! Praise the ev - er - last - ing King. A-MEN. -- To our fathers in distress; Well our feeble frame He knows; Praise Him still the same as ever, In His hands He gently bears us, Slow to chide, and swift to bless; Rescues us from all our foes; f Alleluia! Alleluia! f Alleluia! Alleluia! Glorious in His faithfulness. Widely yet His mercy flows. f Angels in the height adore Him! Ye behold Him face to face, Saints triumphant bow before Him! Gathered in from every race: f Alleluia! Alleluia! Praise with us the God of grace. AMEN. Henry f. Lyte.

Page  459 GENERAL HYMNS. 509, 8S. 7s. 29ii Six lines. (SECOND TUNE.) BENEDIC, ANIMA. J. Goss. "Praise the Lord, 0 my soul; and all that is within me praise His holy Name." Verses 1 and 4 in Unison. -1-, —7 —~ --- —-.- --- -- __,f 1. Praise, my soul, the King of Heav - en, To His f 4. An - gels in the height a - dore Him! Ye beORGAN. = 88. - - --- -- - I -, — mf feet thy tri - bute bring: Ransom'd, heal'd, re- stored, for - giv - en, p hold Him face to face; Saints tri - um-phant bow be - fore Him! igwsis~~-tg~ -@-~ - '-e --- —--- C Ev - er - more His prais-es sing; f Al - le - lu - ia! Al - leGath-ered in from ev - ery race: fA - le - l - I ia! Al - leI- _. _ ___ - _ __I _._ _ _ _ i~- ll _ J ______ -_-_ _ —_ _ " - ' -- ' —,' ' --- _ --- _

Page  460 GENERAL HYMNS. 529. CONTINUED..<:l_.= _- o: -'$ _ ~- \.\_ _ lu - ia! Praise the ev - er - last - ing King. lu - ial Praise with us the God of grace. A - MEN. __ _ _ F __ _ -I — zi \ -s - -- ' - r -^ - 1~,1 -Verses 2 and 3 in Harmony. Ir —__ ---- -,- 1. — _ I_ s__ _ mf 2. Praise Him for His grace and fa - vour To our p 3. Fa - ther - like, He tends and spares us, Well our ~E~__E____ _-___:=._-_ _-___:_____^ -,. _-.., e --- --- fa - thers in dis - tress; Praise Him still the same as fee - ble frame He knows; In His hand He gent - ly 1S^= - ^-i8f-Lf ' - ev - er, Slow to chide, and swift to bless; f Al - lebears us, Res - cues us from all our foes, f A1 - ley ----> -^_ -f -- -j- - _____ __- _ 1 ^ 1-,. - - __ lu - ia! Al - le - lu - ia! Glo - rious in His faith-ful - ness. lu - ia! Al - le - lu - ia! Wide-ly yet His mer - cy flows. -- ~=_=_= ___ ___~~~-~:~~ —T- 4 — 2 -- - ~...~ — ~ ~F'~ -- -— i-~ -~' "-P-,~ ':, ' I I I

Page  461 GENERAL HYMNS. 5301s (FIRST TUNE.) 8. 7s. S. OSWA "These confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth." J. B. Dykes. Ug d -I- I-AIs EI_ 1 ---t> H- I rf F=90. Guide me, O Thou great Je - ho-vah, Pil-grim thro' this bar-ren land, mf e -2 3S — ' ----S-~ H c t TM' - - - S=_:: I -- - -. F —~ —~ ---~ -3 P cr I am weak, but Thou art might-y; Hold me with Thy powerful hand.A-MEir. P, "~' 2, mf Open now the crystal fountains mf Feed me with the heavenly manna Whence the living waters flow; In this barren wilderness: Let the fiery, cloudy pillar Be my sword. and shield, and banner; Lead me all my journey through. Be the Lord my righteousness. p When I tread the verge of Jordan, cr Bid my anxious fears subside; f Death of death, and hell's destruction, Land me safe on Canaan's side. AMEN. W. Williams, 1774; alt. (SECOND TUNE.) TRUST. Mendelssohn. =86. Guide me, O Thou great Je - ho - vah,Pil - grim thro' this bar - ren land, 1_J -g ---, _ —, J L,_ - I am weak, but Thou art might-y; Hold me with Thy powerful hand.A-MEN. 2 _o. - 0 e -r '.. i vsn, _ _ n. * No. 505 is another version of this Hymn."

Page  462 GENERAL HYMNS. 531. SIX 7. TorADT. "I will put thee in a clift of the rock." 2. Hastigs. 4 -102. Rock of A - ges, cleft for me! Let me hide my-self in Thee;,I.._- — _. - ___, — -- - i dim " Let the wa - ter and the blood, From Thy side, a heal-ing flood. t_ I '- I1 I t= I |:.A | I d:0 Be of sin the dou-ble cure, Save from wrath and make me pure. A-MEN. mp Should my tears for ever flow, Should my zeal no languor know, This for sin could not atone, Thou must save, and Thou alone; dim In my hand no price I bring, Simply to Thy Cross I cling. p While I draw this fleeting breath, When mine eyelids close in death, cr When I rise to worlds unknown, And behold Thee on Thy throne, p Rock of Ages, cleft for me, pp Let me hide myself in Thee. AMEN. A. Mt. Toplady, alt. * Other tuna will befound with Hymn 391, which i. another verion of thai Hymn.

Page  463 GENERAL HYMNJS. 532. (FIBST TUE.) 7. D. MOUNT CAB "Iflee unto Thee to hide me." = 76. Je - sus, Saviour of my soul, Let me to Thy bo - som fly, - — ' I I } - r I — II: I T -- —.. '- I F- I J I- I J J ' —Il — tl-r While the waves of trou-ble roll, While the tem-pest still is high; cr C 11 I. -.. a. I ---- - i mf mf, l.- I -1-. I Safe -to the haen guid 0, re-ceive my soul t last. A -M dim --- mf Other refuge have I none, Hangs my helpless soul on Thee: p Leave, ah, leave me not alone, Still support and comfort me: id e me, All my Saour, hide, T ill the storm of life is pastd, All my hope from Thee I bring; Cover my defenceless head With t he shadow of They win e: Leav, aCh, les me nt anel Cover my defenceless head a With the shadow of Thy wing. AME-. CEharles Welo ee.

Page  464 GENERAL HYMNS. 532,~(SECOND TUNE.) 7S. D. MaVBT, "Iflee unto Thee to hide me" Marsh. _ Ir _ -- - - - I- -A - =-54. Je - sus, Saviour of my soul, Let me to Thy bo - som fly, P-e- -:-w -I- _ + —; —~- - -1 - - - -- ( - cr, _, - While the waves of trou-ble roll, While the tern -pest still is high: cr -'- - -0- - - -{5- --- —. Hide me, 0 my Sav-iour, hide, Till the storm of life is past; mfg: A f dim p _ I Safe in - to the ha-ven guide; 0 receive my soul at last. A - MEN. dim' V - "1 E ' mf Other refuge have I none, Hangs my helpless soul on Thee: p Leave, ah, leave me not alone, Still support and comfort me: aH All my trust on Thee is stay'd, All my hope from Thee I bring; Cover my defenceless head p With the shadow of Thy wing. AMExN. Charles Wesley. * Other tunes will be found rwith Hymn 393 which is another version of this Hymn

Page  465 GENERAL HYMNS. 465 533. 3flWaitcat. (For other music for this Hymn, see appended Book of Chants, 320-324.) FUL. T. R. Matthews. _ FULL. My soul doth mag-ni - fy the Lord, and my spir-it hath re - joi - ced in _,_._I DEC. p 4-............- -~ —a ~ —X --- — God my Sa - viour. For He hath re-gard-ed the low - li-ness of His hand_ __.: -~___J__~z _ — " -f- -__ - __-_ - -- -- — 1 — - --- - --- - -— 2 CAN. mf -4 — maid-en: For behold from henceforth all gen - er - a - tions shall call me bless-ed. For He that is migh - ty hath mag - ni - fi - ed _ -t- -& — -- -— _ t-_- --- p DEC. mf me: and ho - ly is His Name. And His mer - cy is on them that. ---- --- n-____ =_ _g__ J __ -__ _ __ — -- I P _ CAN. f.t.... — o- --- ---; — ---—. -— @ — - — dfear Him throughout all gen - er - a - tions. He hath shew-ed strength g e 1 e:- - t t-~ - - 1. S e9 t7 -rr -}*- ~,F

Page  466 466 4GENERAL HYMNS. 533. Continued. - FuLL.: f 1. with His arm: He hath scat-ter-ed the proud in the im - a - gi - na - tion of their, _-. -_- - 1:: — - -'-. _:: =- - - -.. DEC. mf hearts. He hath put down the mighty from their seat, and hath exalted the humble and #-_- --— _ — t — _- — _tmt - 0-0 -CAN. mf ____ meek. He hath fill - ed the hungry with good things, and the rich He hath sent A-_ ^__ -_ _,-__._.___,_,~ _ __ ~ J__ DEC. Mf emp-ty a - way. He.... re - mem-b'ring His mer - cy hath holp-en His -~-I_ -'- -F -- CAN. mf i_-_-3 =- _I _ I _ _: ~I ser-vant Is- ra - el: As He prom-is-ed to our fore-fa-thers, A - braI _- - FULL. T andfaster. d:X;; liat::I~-T-2 t->1 4- 1t-a HSj ham, and his seed,his seed for e - ver. Gl - ry be to the - ther and Gl - — r b t h _t - the an _ _ __ _I — - I F- - =-..... I. I,

Page  467 GENERAL HYMNS. 467 5331 Concluded. — I -L C T to the Son, and to the Ho-ly Ghost: As it was in the be - gin -f-__ -- - ---- -- - I I-Jl-~ ----: 2- —!~ -- -e~:"~t^ --- g _F-H; —~=-b — ~ I K-I_ —Td T ~: J1 ning, is now, and e - ver shall be: world without end. A - men. (For other music for this Hymn, see Nos. 326-331, in the appended Book of Chants.) 534 J. B. Calkin. FULL. Andante con moto. _ -9 — - _ -_Lord, now let-test Tlhou Thy 'ser-vant de-part in peace, ac-cord-ing to Thy I[ - - _ _ _ -_-.-_ ---=tr=z 7-t:=l: ---,=t= i-1-Jr t:-t==_-r -—, - t ----!,_____- __ _ _ _ __ _ _ Iword, For mine eyes have seen, mine eyes have seen Thy sal - va - tion, Which [ f- — 2- t_ t- - -= -....-. —~- o= —,i —? t ---- -— ) —m-P- -W ----, -o —o — -T CAN. __ -: _ L=== ---. -- i-~ — -.-.. I ___ __ _ _ ___ _ _,_ _ ___d__ _C-v.____ __Thou hast pre - pa - red be - fore the face of all peo - ple. To be a light to __ __ — t- - - - o — _ --- -

Page  468 468 534, Concluded. ^~ ' GENERAL HYMNS. I -". _C..... — -L- _.' --- 2_t_ Z I I__V4 - _ __ Iklj?W n-o A __ _ _ _, _ _ — 2 -r _ - -- cE o — a o-s- -^' — -z3 - -r light - en the Gen - tiles, and to be the glo-ry of Thy people Is - ra - el. I-.a __ — __ ---_ _... __ __.i.... FULL. t _z -Ffl --- -_,~, _. _ _ Z -rI-i — I I I Glo - ry be to the Fa - ther, and to the Son, and to the Ho - ly Ghost; As it _ _ - - _ ---~:-~: --- —z- ~ __ D- -- J j. Ij. p rit. _ iL _ _ ~___ -i z —L-zzz was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. A-men, A-men. - __ - 0- _ — — P3enst ttttw.s ^535 (For other music, see Nos. 112-143, in the Book of Chants.) 5;3`t5n ^^F. 1 iffe. FULL.35 F. ie. Blessed be the Lord God of Is - ra - el: for He hath visited and re - deemed His people; j —5 --- -tI[.- - - - _2. Anhathraied up a mighty va - tionl forus: in the house I of His f ser - vant l David; 3. As He spake by the mouth of ho - ly i Prophets: which have been I since the I world be- I gan; P, TREBLES AND ALTOS. -'-e 4. That we should be savedfrom our en - e - mies: and from the hand of all that hate' us; O RGAN ---. ---~ — i= - - -----. J? _G _ ___ 1_

Page  469 GENERAL HYMNS. 469 535, Concluded. _=. FULL.,-...-As#- rr ---- -1 — -T —_ — - -o_ _th _ _e ___ His — - L- IZt 5. To perform the mercy promised to our fore-fathers: and to remember His ho - ly Cov - e - nant; _______.7PE - i 6. To perform the oath which He bra ham: sware to our forefather A - ra-ham, 1L p TENORS AND BASSES. 9. And Thou Child, shall be calledHigh = est for Thou shalt go efore the the Prophet of the High - Iest face of the Lord, o pre- I pare His ways; 10. To give knowledge of salvation I unto His I people: for the re- I mis-sion I of their I sins, 11. Through the tender mercy I of our I God: whereby the day-spring from on I high hath I visit-ed I us; 12. To give light tothem that sit in shadow of death: and to guide our feet into 'the I way of I peace. darkness, and in the; ---- -— '-..- - -_- -_- — _ Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Ho - ly Ghost: - -t _,+ -__ _-_it~ e As it was in the beginning, is now, and e - ver shall be: world without end A * = men. -- -:-FZFtc -: Zd_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - 6- Z;_ _ _ ~ ~ i~ _ _ _e_

Page  470 470 PROCESSIONAL HYMNS. The ollowing Hymns ae suit4ble or Processiona we. AT ADVENT. 4. Hosanna to the living Lord. 5. Rejoice, rejoice, believers. AT CHRISTMAS. 24. Angels from the realms of glory. 25. Come hither, ye faithful. 16. Hail Thou long expected Jesus. 19. 0 come, all ye faithful. AT EPIPHANY. 45. As with gladness, men of old. [ing. 37. Brightest and best of the sons of the morn42. Hark! the song of jubilee. 47. Sons of men, behold from far. ON PALM SUNDAY. 72. All glory, laud, and honour. 77. Who is this that comes from Edom? AT EASTEE. 101. Angels, roll the rock away. 98. Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day. 107. He is risen! He is risen! 99. Jesus Christ is risen to-day. AT ASCENSION. 121. Lift up your heads, eternal gates. 115. Look, ye saints; the sight is glorious. 117. Our Lord is risen from the dead. ON SAINTS' DAYS. 189. Hark! the sound of holy voices. 182. Praise to God who reigns above. 176. The Son of God goes forth to war. AT HARVEST FESTIVALS. 306. Come, ye thankful people, come. 305. Praise, O praise, our God and King. 302. Praise to God, immortal praise. AT ANY SEASON. 335.' Abide with me; fast falls the eventide. 424. All hail the power of Jesus' Name. 430. Alleluia! song of gladness. 433. Angel bands in strains sweet sounding. 463. Awake, and sing the song. 491. Brief life is here our portion. 449. Children of the Heavenly King. 282. Christ is made the sure foundation. 462. Come, ye that love the Lord. 492. For thee, O dear, dear country. 190. Glorious things of thee are spoken. 423. God, my King, Thy might confessing. 469. God shall charge His angel legions. 505. Guide me, 0 Thou great Jehovah. 530. Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah. 485. Hark! hark, my soul; angelic songs. 189. Hark! the sound of holy voices. 479.* Heirs of unending life. 145. Holy Father, great Creator. t40. Holy, holy, holy Lord. 138. Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty. 496. Jerusalem, my happy home. 493. Jerusalem, the golden. 225.* Jesus, meek and gentle. 506. Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us. 466.* Lord, for ever at Thy side. 408. Magnify Jehovah's Name. 507. Nearer, my God, to Thee. 495. 0 mother dear, Jerusalem. 509. 0 Paradise, 0 Paradise. 406. 0 praise ye the Lord. 519. 0 worship the King. 477. Oft in danger, oft in woe. 232. Onward, Christian soldiers. 200. Pleasant are Thy courts above. 529. Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven. 182. Praise to God who reigns above. 431. Round the Lord in glory seated. 373. Sing, my soul, His wondrous love. 340.* Softly now the light of day. 422. Songs of praise the angels sang. 336.* Sun of my soul, Ihou Saviour dear. 338.* Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go. 202. The Church's one foundation. 176. The Son of God goes forth to war. 317.* There is a blessed Home. 488.* There is a land of pure delight. 501. Thou art the Way, to Thee alone. * Epeczally suitable as RetroceuioWnals.

Page  471 1%,"WROV a 'Vatrf 471 L. M. PRAISE God from whom all blessings flow; Praise Him all creatures here below; Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. AMEN, L. M. To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom heaven and earth adore, Be glory, as it was of old, Is now, and shall be evermore. AMEN. C. M. To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom we adore, Be glory, as it was, is now, And shall be evermore. AMEN. 0. M. D. To praise the Father, and the Son, And Spirit all-divine,The One in Three, and Three in One Let saints and angels join;Glory to Thee, bless'd Three in One, The God whom we adore, As was, and is, and shall be done, When time shall be no more. AMEN. S. M. To God, the Father, Son, And Spirit, glory be, As was, and is, and shall be so To all eternity. AMEN. S. M. D. PRAISE as in ages past, Praise as in glory now, Praise while eternity shall last, To Thee, 0 God we vow: Whom all the heavenly host And saints on earth adore; To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost Be glory evermore. AMEN. 8.8.6:8.8.6. To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom heaven's triumphant host And saints on earth adore, Be glory as in ages past, As now it is, and so shall last When time shall be no more. AMEN. 8.8:8.8:8.8. To God the Father, God the Son, And God the Spirit Three in One, Be glory in the highest given, By all in earth and all in heaven, As was through ages heretofore, Is now, and shall be evermore. AMEl. 8.8.8:8.8.8. To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom heaven's triumphant host And suffering saints on earth adore, Be glory as in ages past, As now it is, and so shall last When time itself shall be no more. AMEN. 8.7:8.7:8.8.7. To Father, Son, and Spirit bless'd Supreme o'er earth and heaven, Eternal Three in One confess'd, Be highest glory given. As was through ages heretofore, Is now and shall be evermore, By all in earth and heaven. AMEN. 7.7.7.7. HOLY Father, Holy Son, Holy Spirit Three in One! Glory, as of old, to Thee, Now, and evermore shall be! AMEzN. 7.7:7.7:7.7. PRAISE the Name of God most high, Praise Him, all below the sky, Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; As through countless ages past, Evermore His praise shall last. AMEN. 7.7.7.7:7.7.7.7. HOLY Father, fount of light, God of wisdom, goodness, might: Holy Son, who cam'st to dwell. God with us, Emmanuel; Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, God of comfort, peace, and love; Evermore be Thou adored, Holy, holy, holy Lord. AMEN. N. B. - For Metre Ten 7s. begin this doxology by prefixing the last two lines, thus:Holy, Holy, Holy Lord, Evermore be Thou adored, Holy Father, etc. 8.7:8.7. PRAISE the Father, earth and heaven, Praise the Son, the Spirit praise, As it was, and is, be given Glory through eternal days. AMEN. 8.7.8.7:8.7.8.7. LET the voice of all creation, Earth and heaven's triumphant host Praise the God of our salvation, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. See the heavenly elders casting Golden crowns before His throne; Alleluias everlasting, Be to Him, and Him alone. AMEN. 8.7.8.7:4.7. GREAT Jehovah! we adore Thee, God the Father, God the Son, God the Spirit, join'd in glory On the same eternal throne; Endless praises To Jehovah Three in One AMEN. 8.7.8.7:7.7. To the Father throned in heaven, To the Saviour, Christ, His Son, To the Spirit, praise be given, Everlasting Three in One: As of old, the Trinity Still is worshipped, still shall be. AMEN. 10.10.10.10. To God the Father, and to God The Son, To God the Holy Spirit, Three in One, Be praise from all on earth and all in heaven, And was, and is, and ever shall be given. AMEN., 5.5.5.5:6.5.6 5. BY angels in heaven, Of every degree, And saints upon earth, All praise be address'd, To God in Three Persons, One God ever bless'd; As it has been, now is, And always shall be. AMEN.

Page  472 472 6.6.6.6. To Father and to Son, And Holy Ghost, to Thee, Eternal Three in One, Eternal glory be. AMEN. 6.6.6.6:6.6.6.6. To Father, and to Son, And, Holy Ghost, to Thee, Eternal Three in One, Eternal glory be; As hath been, and is now, And shall be evermore: Before Thy throne we bow, And Thee our God adore, AMEN. 7.6.7.6:7.6.7.6. O FATHER ever glorious, O everlasting Son, O Spirit all victorious, Thrice Holy Three in One,Great God of our salvation, Whom earth and heaven adore, Praise, glory, adoration, Be Thine for evermore. AMEN. 6.6,4:6.6.6.4. To Father and to Son And Spirit, Three in One, All praise be given, As hath been heretofore, And shall be evermore: Let all His name adore In earth and heaven. AMEN. 8.6.8.4. To Father, Son, and Spirit, praise From earth and heaven ascend: The loftiest notes that saints can raise World without end. AMEN. 7.7.7.5, HOLY Father, Holy Son, Holy Spirit, Three in One, Alleluias round Thy throne Rise eternally. AMEN. 6.6.6.6:8.8. To God the Father, Son. And Spirit, ever bless'd, GLORIA PATRI. Eternal Three in One, All worship be address'd, As heretofore It was, is now, Ai d shall be so For evermore. AMEN. 6.5.6.5 GLORY to the Father, Glory to the Son, And to Thee, blest Spirit, Whilst all ages run. AMEN. 8.4.8.4:8.8.8.4. FATHER, Son, and Holy Spirit, Thou One in Three, Praise to Thine eternal merit. All praise to Thee: From the morning of creation, From the tribes of every nation, Glory, power, and adoration,.Thine ever be. AMEN. 8.8.8.6. O HOLY Father, Holy Son, And Holy Spirit, Three in One, As was, and is, and shall be done, Glory to thee, 0 Lord. AMEN. 8s. 7s. Laud and honour to the Father, Laud and honour to the Son, Laud and honour to the Spirit, Ever Three and ever One, Consubstantial, Co-eternal, While unending ages run. AMEN. 8.8.8.8. ALL praise to the Father, the Son, And Spirit, thrice holy and bless'd, Th' eternal, supreme Three ill One, Was, is, and shall still be address'd. AMEN. 11.11.11.11. O FATHER, Almighty, to Thee be addressed, With Christ and the Spirit, One God ever bless'd, All glory and worship from earth and from heaven, As was, and is now, and shall ever be given. AMES....... I ' 1 J.1... ~..! ^ I- -------—. 1 -- - T.. 1 -. _, At T _ —. i -F — -- = 90. Come, let us a- dore Him; Come, bow at His feet; O give Him the glo - ry, the --, 'b; - - W_ if praise that is meet, Let joy-ful ho- san-nasun-ceas-ing a rise, And join the full I!I __F _:._ cho - rus, And join the full cho -rus, And join the full cho - rus that gladdens the skies. A- MEN. I- -8- ~-m] -6 42,2 If __[ r I I.I

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Page  2 Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by CHARLES L. HUTCHINS, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. (able of Jontents. PREFACE....... NOTES.............. MORNING PRAYER: Venite, Exultemus Domino.. Te Deum Laudamus...... Benedicite, Omnia Opera...... Jubilate Deo... *. *. Benedictus Est......... PAGE 3 4 7. 16. 23. 28. 33. 39. 46. 51. 57 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS: Consecration of Churches... Institution of Ministers.... Magnificat............. 75 Nunc Dimittis............ 76 PAGB... 73... '74 HOLY COMMUNIO] Kyrie Eleison.. Gloria Tibi... The Offertory.. Sursum Corda.. Sanctus.... Gloria in Excelsis........................ 77 87 89 96 96 102 EVENING PRAYER: Cantate Domino. Bonum Est... Deus Misereatur.. Benedic, Anima Mea OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS: Easter Day............. 63 Thanksgiving Day.......... 66 Christmas Day........... 68 Ash-Wednesday........... 69 Good Friday............ 70 Ascension Day........... 71 Whitsunday............ 72 BURIAL OF THE DEAD....... 104 THE CHORAL SERVICE....... 108 THE LITANY............ 11l TEN SELECTIONS OF PSALMS.... 117 ADDITIONAL CHANTS: Single Chants............ 140 Double Chants............ 144 INDEX TO CHANT BOOK...... 149 Copyright, 1879, by CHARLES L. HUTCHINS.

Page  3 PREFACE. IN deciding upon the proper pointing for this Book of Chants, I have not ventured to follow my own personal tastes, but have thought it my duty to consult acknowledged authorities in ecclesiastical music. By gathering together their published works, I have been able to form a committee composed of the following persons: the Rev. Sir F. A. GORE-OUSELEY, Professor of Music in the University of Oxford; Dr. E. G. MONK, Organist of York Minster; the Rev. THOMAS ROGERS, Precentor of Durham Cathedral, whose Pointed Psalter is less widely known than it deserves to be; Dr. E. S. RIMBAULT; Dr. W. H. MONK, Professor of Music in King's College, London, and Rev. Sir H. W. BAKER, Editors of "Hymns, Ancient and Modem," and the latest English Pointed Psalter, viz., "The Psalter, with Chants Ancient and Modern;" Mr. ARTHUR H. BROWN, Editor of "The Anglican Psalter;" JAMES TURLE, Organist of Westminster Abbey, and Dr. J. STAINER, Organist of S. Paul's Cathedral, London, Editors of "The Cathedral Psalter." In addition to the several Psalters edited by the foregoing, I have had constantly before me "The Psalter pointed according to the Use of Trinity Parish, New York;" and the latest addition to works of this kind, viz., "The Psalter," edited by Mr. W. B. Gilbert, Mus. Bac., Organist of Trinity Chapel, New York. My plan has been to consult every one of these authorities in the pointing of each verse. In respect to perhaps half the verses, all the authorities agree; in respect to the verses in the pointing of which my committee differ, I have followed the pointing adopted by the majority; where they are equally divided, I have, through their publications, called in other skilled musicians as experts, and have settled upon that pointing in favour of which there is the greatest weight of musical opinion. I think I may fairly claim, therefore, that the pointing of this book is that which has the approval of a majority of those in this country and England who are best qualified to express an opinion on this subject. To the works of several of the above-mentioned persons, and especially to the "Psalter, with Chants Ancient and Modern," I am indebted for most of the suggestions contained in the following Notes, as well as for many helps in the arrangement of the Psalms and Canticles. CHARLES L. HUTCHINS. THE RECTORY, MEDFORD, MASS., Eastertide, z88a.

Page  4 4 NOTES. I. The Pointing of the Canticles and Psalms in this Chant Book admits of two forms of chant, sometimes considered incompatible: viz., the Anglican, and the Ancient, or Gregorian. II. The principle of the Pointing is that of expressing either of these forms of musical composition in its integrity: and the method is that of the old "Bar," which experience has proved to be the best yet tried. All marks not essential to the singer, and all unnecessary stops, have been avoided. The half-bar ( ) is placed between words and syllables, only when their division would otherwise be doubtful. Lines placed horizontally (=) show that the preceding syllable must be continued for the space indicated. III. Whenever two syllables are sung to one note, the accent is on the first, and the second may be as nearly as possible elided. IV. When, in the Gregorian chant, the two notes of melody at the mediation are in use, and there are more than two syllables to be sung to them, the first syllable only belongs to the first of the two notes. When there is but one syllable in this position, the note after the I is to be omitted; as e. g., For Thou art the God that hast no | pleasure* in | wick-edness: There be | many 'that I say: V. The first note of the chant is the Reciting Note, and takes all the words of the Psalm to the first bar. These words should be deliberately recited, care being taken to avoid both hurrying and drawling. Good chanting is simply correct musical reading. Emphasis, distinctness, expression, etc., should all be regarded as in reading. VI. Care must be taken to avoid the habit of pausing on some inappropriate syllable in the recitation. No accents are given, as these interfere seriously with smoothness in chanting, and often give it a strained and unnatural effect. If the last syllable but one in the recitation will bear to be sustained, it makes a verse easier to chant; otherwise, there must be no syllable so treated. The last syllable but one, or none at all. A little practice on the part of singers will show, much better than an arbitrary system of accents, what syllables can be so sustained. VII. Whenever a comma occurs in the recitation, it is to be observed, for it is the mark for "taking breath." The syllable before the comma is not to be sustained. Where no comma occurs, breath is not to be taken till after the colon. On the other hand, no verse should be begun without previously taking a full breath. The neglect of this rule is fatal to good chanting.

Page  5 .NOTES. 5 In Psalm L we may find an illustration of this rule: In verse 1 breath should be taken after "ungodly." " 4 " " " " "' doeth." " 5 " " " " "ungodly" and "chaff." And in no other instance in the recitation. VIII. When, after the recitation, a word of more than one syllable is appointed to one note, time must be taken for its proper pronunciation, and the pace of the music must yield to this. It is a neglect of this rule which leads to the too common fault of "gabbling." IX. Each verse should be taken up immediately after the preceding one, producing a continuous effect, as if, indeed (to a listener), the whole Psalm were one long verse. X. If the Choir is divided into Decani and Cantoris, both sides should sing the first two verses; the Decani side (or those sitting on the Epistle side of the Chancel) should sing the 3d verse and the other uneven verses, and the Cantoris (or those sitting on the Gospel side) should sing the 4th and other even verses. The Glorias, should, of course, be sung by the full choir. XI. When, with a Gregorian chant, one of the shorter forms of mediation is used, the recitation extends beyond the first bar of the pointing, and up to the second. Thus, for example, in Psalm XIX: 2 One day | telleth an - - - I o - ther: 3 There is neither I speech nor................ lan - guage: 4 Their sound is gone out into I all............ | lands: XII. The small crotchet, often found in the cadence of the Gregorian chant, belongs invariably to the last syllable in that bar. If there be but one syllable, the small note is omitted; if two syllables and three notes, the first syllable is sung to the two notes slurred, and the second to the crotchet; if there are three syllables, one goes to each note, the last to the crotchet. XIII. The last note but one in the Gregorian is often (as in Psalm I.) a semibreve. This need not be kept strictly in time as in modern music; on the contrary, when it belongs to only one syllable, it may be shortened, in accordance with the freedom of the Gregorian system of chanting in unison. XIV. In a cadence, otherwise in modern " duple " time, a bar is sometimes found in "triple" measure, as in Psalm I., (Tone VI"). The two notes slurred together belong to the second syllable of the bar, except there be three syllables, and then each note has a syllable. XV. When, as in some forms of the Gregorian chants, a group of minims joined together is to be sung on one syllable, care must be taken to sing them no faster than any other minims. XVI. The Gregorian chants should, of course, be sung in unison. The accompaniment is provided for the use of the organist, not of the choir. This accompaniment is occasionally varied, and the organist, as he becomes familiar with the use of the book, will readily transfer these variations from one part of it to another. The harmony on the reciting note should not be continually changed by organ passages. The beauty of chanting is due, in a measure, to its monotony.

Page  6 6 NOTES. XVII. The intonation of the first verse, as far as the colon, is usually sung without the organ, either by the Precentor, or by the men of the choir together; of which the latter method is, musically, much preferable. The organist should play this part of the chant through previously, with his' left hand on the Great Organ (full to Principal; on Festivals to Fifteenth), and on the Pedals, thus: Intonation of First Tone. At the end touching the first note of the intonation again. If a Chord only is struck, or the first note, the Choir, and especially the Precentor, if he be alone, are liable to sing out of tune. XVIII. The Anglican chant may be given out in two ways. (1) The chant may be played through on a soft organ (the Swell), and the voices may begin the first verse in harmony; or (2), The melody of the chant may be given out in Octaves as directed in Par. XVII., for the Gregorian, and the men of the choir may then sing the melody as far as the colon together, the harmony beginning with the second part of verse 1. In this case, to establish the key, the organist should touch the chord of the tonic on the Great Organ, before anything else, thus: PSALM I. FARRANT. PSALM I. MONK. _.,.. ' / - -= LmH -HZ I~~, — I -, It_~U —~~- — ~ XIX. In the directions for the use of the organ stops, unless there are three rows of keys, the words "Choir Organ " indicate the softest stops on the "Great Organ." In verses marked; Mel. on G. 0." the melody is to be played on the "Great," on such a stop as the open Diapason; the accompanying chords on the Swell. XX. The attempt to indicate the "tempo" of the chant by the metronomic number, is to be understood as applying to both Anglican and Gregorian forms of chant, and as referring to the minims of the mediation and cadence. These numbers will show also the variations in tempo for the different Psalms; which are often chanted not only too fast, but at too much the same pace. Singers will soon learn to regulate the speed of the recitation by that of the minims; and this relation of speed should not be lost sight of. XXI. The shortened form of the Benedicite simply follows ancient liturgical usage, in which the refrain was sung only in special verses. This form may be recommended for week-day use.

Page  7 MORNING PRA YER. Ttenit, Ertltremiu Domino, For Anthems to be used instead of the "VENITE," see pages 59-68. GOODSON. 2. 7 JONES. -9-. -9- _- - -2- ~ '- -- 3, LEE. ~~~Hf$-atti r.I I e I I -- - -- I, _ 4. TOMLNSON. 61 6, HINB. 0g:: d.,L 42 HERVEY. PSALM XCV. G. O. Prin. F f COME let us sing un * to the | JLord: let us heartily rejoice in the I strength of I our sal I vation. 2 Let us come before His presence with I thanks * = giving: and show ourselves I glad in [ Himwith J psalms. Diaps. 3 For the Lord is a I great = God: and a great | King a h bove all I gods. 4 In His hand are all the corners I of the I earth: and the strength of the | hills is I His = I also. Full Swell. 5 The sea is His, I and He I made it: and His hands pre I pared * the | dry = land. Choir. full 6 0 come let us worship, and | fall = I down: (p) and kneel be I fore the [ Lord our i Maker. cr 7 For He is the | Lord our I God: (dim) and we are the people of His pasture, and the I sheep of | His = I hand. Full Swell. p 8 O worship the Lord in the I beauty ' of | holiness: (cr) let the whole earth I stand in I awe of I Him. dim 9 For He cometh, for He cometh to I judge the I earth: and with righteousness to judge the world, and the I people I with His I truth. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, I and * to the Son: and | to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and i ever I shall be: world without end = A = | men.

Page  8 8 MORNING PRAYER. Tnit t, 5ultuttw 3Domnifo. CROTCH. 8i 7. JONs. 91 BoIssIER. 11 i., - 4-,_-' r — "_r_ ~ _ 8: - I _ ' i _1,:10. TUER.,:-^ - -, J.^.. J I I;~ ~ 1 ' I 12. be I fore the I Lord our i Maker. cr 7 For He is the I Lord our I God: (dim) and we are the people of His pasture, and the I sheep of I His * - hand. Full Swell. p 8 0 worship the Lord in the I beauty of | holiness: (cr) let the whole earth | stand in | awe of I Him. dim 9 For He cometh, for He cometh to ] judge the | earth: and with righteousness to judge the world, and the i people I with His I truth. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, l and * to the l Son: and | to the I Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever | shall be: world without end = I A' = | men. PSALM xCV. G. 0O. Prin. F O COME let us sing | un * to the [ Lord: let us heartily rejoice in the strength of I our sal i vation. 2 Let us come before His presence with I thanks = I giving: and show ourselves f glad in I Him with | psalms. Diaps. 3 For the Lord is a | great *-| God: and a great I King a | bove all | gods. 4 In His hand are all the corners | of the | earth: and the strength of the I hills is H Iis * = also. Full Swell. 5 The sea is His, I and He I made it: and His hands pre I pared * the dry *= land. Choir. full 6 0 come let us worship, and |

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Page  10 MORNING PBRA YER. nftntt, rIultemuni Domino. 23. Borom. I^a?- Ie- s - -__ 24. TULE. A25, R.USSEL. = = I I " ~,tl --- ~ —, i PSALM XCV. G. O. Prin. F COME let us sing un * to the I Lord: let us heartily rejoice in the strength of I our sal I vation. 2 Let us come before His presence with I thanks = ] giving: and show ourselves I glad in i Himwith | psalms. Diaps. 3 For the Lord is a I great *= God: and a great I King a | bove all | gods. 4 In His hand are all the corners I of the I earth: and the strength of the I hills is | His = I also. Full Swell. 5 The sea is His, I and He I made it: and His hands pre I pared * the | dry * land. Choir. full 6 0 come let us worship, and | fall * = | down: (p) and kneel be I fore the I Lord our I Maker. cr 7 For He is the I Lord our I God: (dim) and we are the people of His pasture, and the | sheep of I His * =hand. Full Swell. p 8 0 worship the Lord in the I beauty of | holiness: (cr) let the whole earth stand in I awe of I Him. dim 9 For He cometh, for He cometh to | judge the I earth: and with righteousness to judge the world, and the I people I with His I truth. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, I and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be: world without l end = A * = men.

Page  11 MORNING PRAYER. Treite, Evultenmtu Bonifno* 11 26. CROTCH. ~~~ —b. ---~ -\,,- _-_ _- - _ —L____!_ - t j_ —EI-t '~ -— T' T7U~.' -Fe-,-- -M~- |'-t:~ 29. WOODWARD. Ple -- I - -- p: —,5del# 8 I 11 rl " E L-: i i -- -

Page  12 12 MORNING PRAYER. Yenite; EultmnuO 73omfio. 31. ^4 ak,. HAVEIRGAL. 32 1 L jGmff. 1:=u,.a.4. 7 ' _-1..1 I. — I -II_ i e I'GDON. I -u4F A V 1'`1 11 1,l,__1;,lIi -1 33. ROBINSO,. I5- - - 1 - F — "- I - I. $ -h I ' " I 'f g '- '1-.->>.e< t,, C=fll m ^ -- -l1! " —^ " —~-"' -^:-" ' '! — - PSALM XCV. G. 0. Prin. F ( COME let us sing I unto * the Lord: let us heartily rejoice in the I strength of I our sal | vation. 2 Let us come before His presence with [ thanks - = giving: and show ourselves I glad in | Him with J psalms. Diaps. 3 For the Lord is a | great *= God: and a great I King a | bove all | gods. 4 In His hand are all the corners I of the | earth: and the strength of the | hills is i His * = [ also. Full Swell. 5 The sea is His, I and He | made it: and His hands pre | pared * the dry -= land. Choir. full 6 0 come let us worship, and | fall = down: (p) and kneel be [ fore the I Lord our i Maker. cr 7 For He is the [ Lord our [ God: (dim) and we are the people of His pasture, and the I sheep of I His * = | hand. Full Swell. p 8 0 worship the Lord in the I beauty of [ holiness: (cr) let the whole earth stand in | awe of I Him. dim 9 For He cometh, for He cometh to I judge the I earth: and with righteousness to judge the world, and the |people I with His I truth. G. O. f Glory be to the Father, [ and * to the | Son: and I to the I Holy [ Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be: world without I end * = | A *-= men.

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Page  14 14 4fORBIING PRA YER. Tenfite, Uittettmu Domino. 39, I L Reciting Not. TONE VIII.I Short Mediation. (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) aim-TWR [ II- IFII - - 138s r- l ___ r i -T Intonation of Tone VII. ~ -..+ 0 come, let us sing unto the Lord: PSALM XCV. G. 0. Prin. with moderate swell coupled. F 0 COME, let us sing unto the I Lord: let us heartily rejoice in the strength of J our sal I vation. 2 Let us come before His presence with thanks ] giving: and show ourselves I glad in | Him with i psalms. Diaps. 3 For the Lord is a great I God: and a great I King a i bove all I gods. 4 In His hand are all the corners of the I earth: and the strength of the | hills is i His * = i also. 40. Intonation of Tone vin.2 O come, let ussing unto the Lord: Full Swell. 5 The sea is His, and He I made it: and His hands pre ] pared * the ] dry = ' land. Choir. full 6 0 come let us worship, and fall I down: (p ) and kneel be If ore the I Lord our | Maker. cr 7 For He is the Lord our God: (dim) and we are the people of His pasture, and the I sheep of I His = i hand. Full Swell. p 8 O worship the Lord in the beauty of I ho * liness: (cr) let the whole earth I stand in I awe of I Him. dim 9 For He cometh, for He cometh to judge the I earth: and with righteousness to judge the world, and the I people I with His I truth. G. o F Glory be to the Father, and to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost: As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever I shall be: world without | end = A '= men. TONE VIII. 2 Reciting Note. Short Mediation. (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) =- 138. -.-" —. L4 ----. --- -— L..._. I n _1_ - 'r -!. I — J -1-P _ - J- A

Page  15 MORNINGA PRA YER. treitet, ESulttru omfno TONE III.1 0 S —i - -1 - 1- - - _ l=138. I Gus (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) t d: -t- - - -- 7E.-iir s 3 1!9-~ Intonation of Tone III. |t —i8 —^ --- I —II I O come, let us sing un- to the Lord: PSALM XCV. G. 0. Prin. with moderate swell coupled. F 0 ' COME, let us sing J un to the | Lord* =: let us heartily rejoice in the | strength of I our sal j vation. 2 Let us come before His presence with [ thanks -= I giving: and show ourselves I glad in Him with I psalms. Diaps. 3 For the Lord is a great = God =: and a great I King a bove all I gods. 4 In His hand are all the corners I of the | earth =: and the strength of the I hills is I His = I also. 42. Intonation of Tone II. O come, let us sing un - to the Lord: TONE III.4 m 4F It 1_ Full Swell. 5 The sea is His, I and He I made it: and His hands pre I pared * the dry- = i land. Choir. full 6 0 come let us worship, and fall ~ = ( down - =: (p) and kneel be I fore the [ Lord our I Maker. cr 7 For He is the | Lord our ] God -: (dim) and we are the people of His pasture, and the I sheep of I His = I hand. Full Swell. p 8 0 worship the Lord in the I beauty of i ho * liness: (cr) let the whole earth I stand in | awe of I Him. dim 9 For He cometh, for He cometh to I judge the [ earth * =: and with righteousness to judge the world, and the I people I with His I truth. G. 0. F Glory be to the Father, | and * to the I Son * =: and Ito the I Holy I Ghost. As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever shall be: world without I end = A = men. (SECOND HARMONY OP TONE III.4) ]f --- -F__4:L_ — P J i —,' =,__-X-1 -- -- ' --- -'-'g"-: --- |t,):-} *-F -m

Page  16 ,AfAOR1N1N PRA YER. Dn39tmu?Jauvamuc 433 IBULLINGER. 45. TuRLz. e2-~ 44. G"IDmZ. 46. FROST. A F I I NoTiE-If more than one chant is used, the first change may be made at the words " WHEN Tnou TOOKEST," &C., and the second change at the wards " DAY ]BY DAY, &c." NOTE FURTHER; that the wards " PRATSB THEFE," in verses 7, 8, 9, are not to be accompanied on a leuder organ than the other verses. This applies to all settings. G. O. Prin. FXAT~E praise IThee, 0 1 God: we acknowlVV edge I Thee to I be the I Lord. 2 All the earth doth Iworship I Thee: the Father I ever last =Iing,. Diap-s. 3 To Thee all Angels I cry a I loud: the Heavens, aud I all the I Powers there in. 4 To Thee Cherubim, and I Sera Iphim: con I tinual Ily do I cry. Prin. coupled with Swell. 5 (fucll, slower,) Holy, I Holy, I Holy: LordI God of I Saba I oth; 6 (faster-) Heaven and earth are full of th e I Maj es Ity: of I Thy = Glo= ry. Diaps. cosupled. 7' The glorious company Iof * the Aj postles: praise I =,= i ='= I Thee. 8 The goodly fellowship Iof the IProphets: praise I 1Thee. 91 The noble Iarmy of I Martyrs: praise I = '= I = IThee. 10 The holy Church throughout all the world: doth I= ac I knowledge IThee; 11 The [ Fa =Ither: cf an I in finite Majes I ty; 12 Thine a Idora ble Itrue: and en =j=,lyjSon; 13 Also the I Holy I Ghost: the Com, = 'Lnfort Ier. PrIn. 14 (full) Thou art the I King of Glory: o i w =I sH =I Christ. 15 Thou art the ever I lasting I Son: of I=the I Fa '1thern Choir. ~j 16 (p) When Thou tookest upon Thee to de I liver Iman: Thou didst humble Thyself to he I horn = I of a IVirgin. p17 When Thou hadst overcome theI sharpness of I death: (is') Thou didst open the kingdom of Heaven to Iall he i eyv~ ers. G. 0. f 18 Thou sittest at the right b and of God: in the glory I of the I Fa =Ither. Choir. p 19 We believe that I Thou shalt I come: to Ibe -= Iour ' = I Judge. p 20 (slower) We therefore pray Thee I help Thy I servants: whom Thou hast redeemedI with Thy Ipre cious Iblood. Full Sw. closed. 21 (faster) Make them to be numbered with Thy I Saints: in glory ever I last= ing. (Reduce.) 22 0 Lord, I save Thy Ipeople: and bless Thine h erit Iage. 23 Gov I 'emr them: and I lift them I up for I ever. G. 0. ITf 24 (full) Day I by'=I day: we I magni! fy IThee; Swell. p 25 (full) Andweworship IThy= I Name: ever] world with Ilout'- I end. 26 Vouch I safe, 0 ILord.: to keep us this I day with I out = Isin. 27' 0 Lord, have I mercy up on us: have I mercy up Ion '= Ius. 28 0 Lord, let Thy mercy I he up Ion us: as our I trust =Iis in I Thee. Diaps. coupled. cr f 29 (full) 0 Lord, in Thee have I Itrusted: let me never I he con I found = d.

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Page  18 18 52 A MOBNING PBAYER. etDrum RauramTu0. STEGGALL. 53. B MACFARREo. I,- " We praise, &c. I. 7 -Llfw- - I (!l-e. I C-01 We praise, &c. e9 --f!: -q -F- -eq- '-V.6; - -6w G. O. Prin. WE praise I Thee O God: we acknowl FI edge I Thee to be the w Lord. 2 All the earth doth I worship Thee: the Father I ever d last ing. Diaps. 3 To Thee all Angels cry a loud: the Heavens, and I all the I Powers there I in. 4 To Thee Cherubim, and I Sera I phim: con I tinual I ly do I cry. Prin. coupled with Swell. 5 (full) Holy, I HolyllHoly Lord IGod of I Saba ( oth. 6 Heaven and earth are fuller the I Majes I ty: of I Thy e a e h fGlo th-]ry. Diaps. coupled. 7 The glorious company I of' the Al postles: praise Thee. 54i A TOURS._ 8 The goodly fellowship I of the I Prophets: praise I=-'== I=-'-= I Thee. 9 The noble ] army ' of I Martyrs: praise[ —='-==-'-=-Thee. 10 The holy Church throughout [all the world: doth I- ac I knowledge I Thee; 1l The I Fa =ther; of an I in finite] Majes I ty; 12 Thine a I dora 'ble I true: and I on'= — ly I Son; 13 Also the I Holy I Ghost: the I Corn' - fort I er. Prin. 14 (full) Thou art the I King of Glory: 0O= =- — = —l- '-= I Christ. 15 Thou art the ever I lasting I Son: of - the I Fa I ther. 55s. B HACKETT... -- '. --- —-r-d-f,-% —r —1 I -1 - - 94 -I " r AR, r 1-6- - -1 - - - - F-L LWhen Thou tookest, &c. When thou tookest, &c. Choir. to I be "-I our '-I Judge. p 16 When Thou tookest upon Thee to de I 20 (slower) We therefore pray Thee I help liver I man: Thou didst humble Thyself to Thy I servants: whom Thouhastredeemed ] e I born =I of a I Virgin, with Thy I precious I blood. p 17 When Thou hadst overcome the I sharp Full Swell closed. ness of I death: Thou didst open the king 21 Make them to be numbered I with Thy ] dom of Heaven to I all be I liev ' = I ers. Saints: in glory I ever I last ' ing. G. 0. (Reduce,) f 18 Thou sittest at the right I hand of I God: 22 0 Lord, I save Thy [ people: and I bless in the glory I of the Faa ~ - ther. Thine I herit I age. Choir. 23 Gov I =- ern I them: and I lift them I up p 19 We believe that I Thou shalt I come: for I ever. 56, A STATHAM. 57 B RUSSELL. Dayy......day, &. ay y. day, &c. ~_-L -- G. 0. 27 0 Lord, have I mercy up Ion us: f 24 Day I by Iday: we I magni I fy haveImercy 'pIon =IUS. Thee. 28 0 Lord, let Thy mercy [ be up I on us: Swell. Se 25 And we worship I Thy, Name: ev asour I trust i in Thee. er I world with I out ~ - end. Diaps. coupled. 26 Vouch I safe, 0 Lord: to keep us cr 29 (full) 0 Lord, in Thee have I trusted: this I day with I out~' ---- I sin. let me never I be con I found' -= I ed.

Page  19 MORNING PRA YEBR. 19 58, t = mB H. LAWES. _ a _.......- -r- m We praise, &c. | — L ---- -- --- _ —_G. 0. Prin. 8 The goodly fellowship I of the I Prophets: iF TE praise I Thee O God: we acknowl praise I =-= ' I= = I Thee. edge | Thee to be the Lord. 9 The noble army of Martyrs 2 All the earth doth I worship Thee: the praise 1 = 1 = '= = Thee. Father I ever | last *= ing. 10 The holy Church throughout j all the I Diaps. world: doth I = ac | knowledge | Thee; 3 To Thee all Angels Icry a loud: the 11 The I Fa ther; of an I in finite Heavens, and | all the I Powers there I in. Males I ty; 4 To Thee Cherubim, and I Se-ra I phim: 12 Thine a dora ble true: and on = con I tinual I ly do | cry. ly I Son Prin. coupled with Swell. y I 5 (full) Holy, I Holy I Holy: Lord I God 13 Also the Holy I Ghost: the Com*= I of I Sa-ba I oth. = fort I er. 6 Heaven and earth are fullof the I Majes I Prin. ty: of I Thy * = Glo * [ry. 14 (full) Thou art the I King of Glory: Diaps. coupled. 0 | =' = =I Christ. 7 The glorious company of * the A I postles: 15 Thou art the ever I lasting I Son: of I = praise == - - = =' Thee. ' the I Fa * = ther. 59, R. COOKE. a _ __ __ __i --- When Thou, &c. _ _ _ _ ~ -- -('-r -: —:_-_-.-_ _!11 Choir. ' to I be * our * = Judge. p 16 When Thou tookest upon Thee to de I 20 (slower) We therefore pray Thee f help liver t man: Thou didst humble Thyself to Thy I servants: whom Thou hast redeemed i be I born '= I of a I Virgin. with Thy I precious I blood. p 17 When Thou hadst overcome the | sharp Full Swell closed. ness * of I death: Thou didst open the king 21 Make them to be numbered I with Thy j dom of Heaven to f all be f liev = i ers. Saints: in glory I ever | last ' = ing. G. 0. (Reduce,) f 18 Thou sittest at the right I hand of I God: 22 O Lord, I save Thy | people: and I bless in the glory i of the | Fa = ther. Thine I herit I age. Choir. 23 Gov I =' ern I them: and i lift them I up p 19 We believe that f Thou shalt come: for i ever. (No. 58, repeated.) H. LAWYES. B- -- -- ZI -- -+0t a- - - Day......by day, &c. __ — 4- -- __ _ _ _w__- ~ __ _ G. 0. 27 O Lord, have I mercy up on us: f 24 Day | by = | day: we I magni I fy = have mercy up on us. Thee. 28 0 Lord, let Thy mercy I be up I on us: Swell. as our I trust I is in I Thee. 25 And we worship 1 Thy *= f Name: ev ts s Thee er I world with [ out * = I end. Diaps. coupled. 26 Vouch I safe, O I Lord: to keep us cr 29 (full) 0 Lord, in Thee | have I | trusted: this I day with I out * = [ sin. let me never I be con [ found * = [ ed.

Page  20 20 60. -j ft.. MORNING PRA YER. te reum w atttramu... I I Goss. -I t-g-^^ ~^-i-l s -~ G. 0. Prin. 8 The goodly fellowship I of the i Prophets: Fj,TE praise Thee 0 | God: we acknowl praise I = = I = = I Thee. edge I Thee to I be the I Lord. 9 The noble | army * of | Martyrs: 2 All the earth doth I worship | Thee: the praise = ='= i Thee. Father I ever I last *= ing. 10 The holy Church throughout all the I Diaps. world: doth = ac I knowledge Thee - 3 To Thee all Angels I cry a | loud: the 11 The Fa = ther of an in finite Heavens, and | all the I Powers there I in. MajThe ther; tof an in finite 4 To Thee Cherubim, and I Se-ra I phim 12 Thine a I dora *ble true: and on con I tinual lyv do I cry. - yI Son Prin. coupled with Swell. 1 y I on, 5 (full) Holy, I Holy I Holy: Lord I God 13 Also the I Holy I Ghost: the i Com'= of I Sa-ba I oth.= * fort 1 er. 6 Heaven and earth are full of the I Majes I Prin. ty: of I Thy *= [ Glo * = [ ry. 14 (full) Thou art the I King of Glory: Diaps. coupled. 0 = I='= | IChrist. 7 The glorious company | of * the A postles: 15 Thou art the ever I lasting | Son: of I = praise = =j *= X Thee.* the 1 Fa '= ther. 61 PROPERT. 61. Choir. to I be* = our* = I Judge. p 16 When Thou tookest upon Thee to de 1 20 (slower) We therefore pray Thee I help liver I man: Thou didst humble Thyself to Thy I servants: whom Thou hast redeemed I be I born = I of a I Virgin. with Thy I precious I blood. p 17 When Thou hadst overcome the I sharp Full Swell closed. ness * of I death: Thou didst open the king 21 Make them to be numbered I with Thy I dom of Heaven to I all be I liev * = ers. Saints: in glory I ever I last = ing. G. O. (Reduce.) f 18 Thou sittest at the right I hand of I God: 22 0 Lord, I save Thy I people: and I bless in the glory | of the I Fa * = ther. Thine I herit I age. Choir. 23 Gov I = ern j them: and I lift them I up p 19 We believe that I Thou shalt j come: for I ever. 6No. 60, repeated.) Goss. _ _ _ _ xE1 a-n 1, G. 0. f 24 Day by *= I day: we I magni I fy * I Thee. Swell. p 25 And we worship I Thy * = I Name: ev er 1 world with I out - = I end. 26 Vouch I safe, 0 1 Lord: to keep us this I day with \ out *= I sin. I I - 27 0 Lord, have I mercy * up I on us: have I mercy * up I on * = I us. 28 0 Lord, let Thy mercy I be up I on us: as our I trust * = I is in I Thee. Diaps. coupled. cr 29 (full) 0 Lord, in Thee I have I I trusted: let me never I be con I found * = I ed.

Page  21 MORNING PRAYER. 21 z eunm e Lauamnun. 62. ~^ I U 63. 64. 65. 66. Vi l s - _ IZZ3X _ _ __ _: ----— _

Page  22 22 MOBNING PRAYER. 67. TONE VIII. (SECOND HAr-MONY POP._CADENCE.) 138. _ _ _ e -j - 4 0 1_ _ _ _ Intonation of Tone viii. "on t9 We praise Thee, 0 God: G. 0. Prin. PlATE praise I Thee, 0 1 God: we acknowV~edge IThee to Ibe the ILord. 2 All the earth doth worship I Thee: the FatherI ever I last= ing. 3 To Thee all Angels cry aj loud: the Heavens, andI all theI Powers there in. 4 To Thee Cherubim, andI Sera phim: con Itinual I ly do I cry. Prin. coupled with Swell. 5 (fall, slower) Holy, I Holy, Holy: Lord I God of I Saba I oth; 6 (faster) Heaven and earth are full of the I Majes Ity: of I Thy ' Glo I ry. IDiaps. coupled. 7 The glorious company of the A postles: * I praise = I = Thee. 8 The goodly fellowship Iof the I Prophets:*l praise. = I ==-= I Thee. 9 The noblej army of I Martyrs * Ipraise e.= 1.I=I hhe. 10 The holy Church throughout I all theI world:* doth ac I knowledgeI Thee; 11 The IFa =ther: of anjIin finite I Majes I ty; 12 Thine aI dora - ble I true: and on -= I = =ly ISon; 13 Als'o the Holy I Ghost: the Corn - = fort I er. Prin. 14 (full) Thou art the I King-of I Glory:* * I0 ' = iChrist. -e atnISn 15 Thou art the evr, lsinZ S n ofjI= -the IFa,= I ther. Choir. p 16 When Thou tookest upon Thee to de I liver I man: Thou didst humble Thyself to be I born — = I of a IVirgin. p 17 When Thou hadst overcome theI sharpness of I death: (cr) Thou didst open the Kingdom of Heaven toI all be I liev ers. 0.0O. f 18 T~onu sittest at the right I hand of God: in the glory Iof the I Fa~ ther. Choir. 19 We believe that I Thou shalt I come; to I be = Iour = - I Judge. p 20 (slower-) We therefore pray Thee I help Thy I servants: whom Thou hast redeemedI with Thy I precious I blood. Full Swell closed. 21 (faster) Make them to be numbered with Thy I Saints: in gloryI ever last. I ing. (Reduce.) 22 0 Lord, save Thy I people: and bless Thine jherit I age. 23 Gov I==' ern I them: and I lift them up for I ever. 0.0O. f 24 (full) Day I by =I day: we I mag. nilI fy = IThee; Swell. p 25 (full) And we worship I Thy, Name: ever I world with Iout~ Iend. 26 Vouch I safe, 0 Lord: to keep us this I day with I out =Isin. 27 6 Lord, have I mercy up I on us: have Imercy up Ion = Ius. 28 0 Lord, let Thy mercy I be up on us: as our Itrust =is in I Thee. Diaps. coupled. cr 29 (fiull) 0 Lord, in Thee Ihave I jtrust. ed: let me neverjI be con Ifound - = I ed. * Omit the notes within this bar.

Page  23 MORNING PRA YER. 23 GeIttBe T netmia 0Apera i3oninCL GILBERT. 69U. ANCIENT CHArT. 7 HOPKI's. ---- — I I...:__ I /JL~ WEBBIL CT X oQ- -, tF-< - gs:-: - T Ie-: —:::1 — (If a second chant is used, make the change at verse 18, and return to the first chant at verse 26.) G. 0. Prin. F (f ALL ye Works of the Lord, | bless - ye the | Lord: praise Him, and magnify Him for i ev * = | er. 2 0 ye Angels of the Lord |.... 3 0 ye Heavens I.... 4 0 ye Waters that be above the Firmament [... 5 0 all ye Powers of the Lord l.... Diaps. coupled. 6 0 ye Sun and Moon... 7 0 ye Stars of Heaven [.... Swell only, 8 0 ye Showers and Dew |.... 9 0 ye Winds of God.... 10 0 ye Fire and Heat |.... 11 0 ye Winter and Summer l... 12 0 ye Dews and Frosts |.... 13 0 ye Frost and Cold l.... 14 0 ye Ice and Snow I.... 15 0 ye Nights and Days l.... 16 0 ye Light and Darkness.... 17 0 ye Lightnings and Clouds |..I. G. 0. full 18 0 let the Earth I bless the l Lord: yea, let it praise Him, and magnify | Him for [ ev * = er. Diaps. coupled. 19 0 ye Mountains and Hills |.... 20 0 all ye Green Things upon the Earth l.... 21 0 ye Wells.... Swell only. 22 0 ye Seas and Floods l.... 23 0 ye Whales and all that move in the Waters I.... 24 0 all ye Fowls of the Air l.... 25 0 all ye Beasts and Cattle l.... 26 0 ye Children of Men |.... G. 0. Prin. full 27 0 let Israel I bless the I Lord: praise Him, and magnify | Him for I ev = |er. Diaps. coupled. 28 0 ye Priests of the Lord l.... 29 0 ye Servants of the Lord |.... Swell. 30 0 ye Spirits and Souls of the Righteous.... 31 0 ye holy and humble Men of heart [.... G. 0. Prin. Glory be to the Father, [ and * to the l Son: and | to the I Holy l Ghost: As it was in the beginning, is now, and l ever shall be: world without ] end = I A = imen.

Page  24 24 MORONING PRAYER. 72 3$obettaite, QE<mtai eDcrad aomint. 72 FOSTERI DECANT. CANTORIS. FULL. - 2 138._ _ — -_5 - - 0 all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord: praise Him and mag-ni-fy Him for ev-er. Dec. Can. Ful. 2 0 ye Angels of the....Lord, bless ye the Lord; praise Him, &c......................... 3 0 ye.............Heavens, bless ye the Lord;..................... mf4 0 ye Waters that Firmaent e t Lr be above the rmament,bless ye the Lord;........... 5 0 all ye Powers of the Lord,...bless ye the Lord;........................ Diaps. coupled. 6 0 ye Sun and.....Moon, bless ye the Lord;........... 7 0 ye Stars of........Heaven, bless ye the Lord;............................... * Swell only. 8 0 ye Showers and.....Dew, bless ye the Lord;.........................,.. 9 0 ye Winds of........ od, bless ye the Lord;.................. 10 0 ye Fire and........ Heat, bless ye the Lord;................... 11 0 ye Winter and...Summer, bless ye the Lord; 12 0 ye Dews and....Frosts, bless ye the Lord;................................... 13 0 ye Frost and.....Cold, bless ye the Lord;.............................. 14 0 ye Ice and.........Snow, bless ye the Lord;........................Full. 15 0 ye Nights and...Days, bless ye the Lord; ~ * J............. 16 0 ye Light and.Darkness, bless ye the Lord;17 0 ye Lightnings and Clouds, bless ye the Lord;.................. G. 0. full 18 0 let the............Earth, bless the Lord; yea, let it............... Diaps. coupled. mf 19 O ye Mountains and Hills, bless ye the Lord; 20 O all ye Green Things Eart bles s......................... upon theEarth, bless ye the Lord; 21 O ye............ Wells, bless ye the Lord; *,...*...-......................-.... Swell only. 22 0 ye Seas and.....Floods, bless ye the Lord,.;..*...............*..-.......... 23,0 ye Whales and all Waters,bless ye the Lord; that m ove in the........................................ 24 O all ye Fowls of the... Air, bless ye the Lord;........................................ 25 0 all ye Beasts and Cattle, bless ye the Lord;........................................ f 26 O ye Children of.......Men, bless ye the Lord;............................... G. 0. Prin. full 27 0 let.............. Israel....bless the Lord;............ Diaps. coupled. 28 O ye Priests of the....Lord, bless ye the Lord; *.... -*-*............................ 29 O ye Servants of the... Lord, bless ye the Lord; *-............................ Swvell. p 30 0 ye Spirits and highteous, bless ye the Lord;.................................... Souls of the I 31 O uye holyanf.... heart, bless ye the Lord;............................. humble Men of G.O. Full. ( As it was th ory be to to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost; in the be -ever shallbe: world without end. A-MEN. the Father, and) ginning, is now, and _f 31-e 'I V

Page  25 MORNING PRA YER. 2~5 3731,AEGL '74, HATES. '75. 76. 77,

Page  26 2( 6 MORNINGa PRAYER. IseftIfctte, anmuIa apera D3om1f.f (A Shortened Form, following ancient liturgical usage, in which the refrain was sung only in special verses.) 78. A. 79. A L (If a second Chant is used, the change may be made at verse 10, and a return to the first Chant, at verse 15.) G. 0. Prin. Diaps, F ALL ye Works of the Lord, I bless mf 11 0 ye Mountains and Hills, I bless' ye the Lord: praise Him, and ye the I Lord: O all ye Green Things magnify Him for I ev *= er. upon the Earth, I bless 'ye the I Lord. Swell. 2 0 ye Angels of the Lord, | bless 12 0 ye Wells, J bless * ye the I Lord: ye the ] Lord: 0 ye Heavens, | bless 0 ye Seas and Floods, I bless * ye the ye the Lord. Lord. mf 3 0 ye Waters that be above the firm- 13 O ye Whales and all that move in ament, I bless ye the I Lord: 0 ye the waters, I bless * ye the Lord: O Powers of the Lord, I bless ye the all ye Fowls of the Air, I bless ye the I Lord. Lord. Diaps. coupled. 14 O all ye Beasts and Cattle, | bless 4 0 ye Sun and Moon, bless ye ye the I Lord: 0 ye Children of Men, the I Lord: O ye Stars of Heaven, [ bless * ye the I Lord. bless * ye the I Lord. G. 0. Prin. Swell. f 15 O let Israel I bless * the | Lord: 5 0 ye Showers and Dew, I bless * ye praise Him, and magnify Him for | the I Lord: O ye Winds of God, I bless * ev '= er. ye the I Lord. Diaps. coupled. 6 0 ye Fire and Heat, I bless * ye mf 16 O ye Priests of the Lord, | bless the I Lord: O ye Winter and Sum- ye the I Lord: O ye Servants of the mer, I bless * ye the I Lord. Lord, I bless 'ye the I Lord. 7 O ye Dews and Frosts, I bless ' ye Swell. the Lord: 0 ve Frost and Cold, p 17 O ye Spirits and Soulsof theRightbless 'ye the I Iord. eous, I bless * ye the I Lord: praise Him, 8 O ye Ice and Snow, I bless ye and magnify Him for I ev = er the I Lord: O ye Nights and Days, I C 18 0 ye holy and humble Men of bless ye the I Lord. heart, I bless ' ye the I Lord: praise 9 0 ye Light and Darkness, I bless * Him, and magnify Him for ev = er. ye the Lord: 0 ye Lightnings and F Glory be to the Father, | and to Clouds, bless * ye th Lothe I Son: and to the I Holy I Ghost; G. O. f 10 O let the Earth I bless the I Lord: As it was in the beginning, is now, yea, let it praise Him, and magnify Him and ever | shall * == be: world without for ev '==er. end. IA = men. 80. B X. 81, B. <1 —" 6 a e^ Ir i -- 1 ag 27 am

Page  27 MORNING PIA YER. 27 3utrntetitcl, Omuia Opera Dominiv 8G1 TONE V.6 _____ ____ ___ ~Rouen Mediation. 38. '- 4 a -= —= _ _ i _ — _ - - -r - -xzz. Intonation of Tone v. all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord: G. O. Prin. praise Him, and I magni - fy I Him for I e - ver. 2 0 ye Angels of the....Lord, bless ye the Lord; praise Him, &c........................ mf3 0 ye.............Heavens, bless ye the Lord;................ 40 ye Waters that irm b y t r be above the Firmament, bless ye the Lord;........................................ 5 0 all ye Powers of the Lord,...bless ye the Lord;.................................. Diaps. coupled. 6 0 ye Sun and.........Moon, bless ye the Lord;........................................ 7 0 ye Stars of..Heaven, bless ye the Lord;....... Swell only. 8 0 ye Showers and.....Dew, bless ye the Lord;............... 9 0ye Winds of........God, bless ye the Lord;.............................^.... 10 0 ye Fire and........ eat, bless ye the Lord;.................................... 11 0 ye Winter and... Summer, bless ye the Lord;.................. 12 0 ye Dews and.....Frosts, bless ye the Lord;....................... 13 0 ye Frost and.......Cold, bless ye the Lord;........................................ 14 O ye Ice and.........Snow, bless ye the Lord;.......................... 15 0 ye Nights and...... Days, bless ye the Lord;................................ 16 0 ye Light and....Darkness, bless ye the Lord;............................ 17 0 ye Lightnings and Clouds, bless ye the Lord; *...................*. G. O. full 18 0 let the........... Earth, bless ~ the Lord; yea, let it praise Him, and.............. Diaps. coupled. mf19 0 ye Mountains and Hills, bless ye the Lord;........................................ 20 O all ye Green Things the Lor upon thess ye the Lord; 21 O ye................Wells, bless ye the Lord;..............................** Swell only. 22 0 ye Seas and.......Floods, bless ye the Lord;.***.. ---............. 23 O ye Whales and all, that move in the Waters,bless ye the Lord;..................................... 24 0 all ye Fowls of the...Air, bless ye the Lord;..................................... 25 0 all ye Beasts and Cattle, bless ye the Lord;...................................... f 26 0 ye Children of....... Men, bless ye the Lord;...................................... G. 0. Prin. f'1i 27 0 let............Israel bless *=the Lord;..................................... Diap,. coupled. 28 O ye Priests of the....Lord, bless ye the Lord;.*......***.*..........29 0 ye Servants of the...Lord, bless ye the Lord;........................................ Swell. p 30 ye S pirith ande Righteous, bless ye the Lord;.................................... 31 O0 ye holy and... heart, bless ye the Lord;............................. humble Men of.................................... G. 0. Glory be to the............Father, and to the Son: and I to the [ Ho - ly [ Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and e-er shall be: world | with-out 1 end. A { men.

Page  28 28 MORNING PRA YER. 3tubtlate teo* TALLIS. 83, 83. CoRE. WALTER. 861 BROWN. - 1I a. n 4. I -I I " / C — e — - C- <i TURPIN. j P - p- a ~ -- Small notes for Organ only. 5^ ^ =-I ^==R= it - 4- 1 —~u 89, STAINER. I_,, HAYES. el/ C —0 n- c " r " ". -bZ -:t- - PSALM C. G. o. Prin. F BE joyful in the Lord, I all ye I lands: serve the Lord with gladness, and come before His I presence ] with a I song. (Reduce.) 2 Be ye sure that the Lord I He is I God: it is He that hath made us and not we ourselves, (dim) we are His people, and the I sheep of * His I pas = ture. Full Swell. 3 0 go your way into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with i praise: be thankful unto Him. and J speak good | of His j Name. p cr 4 For the Lord is gracious, His mercy is I ever lasting: (cr) and His truth endureth from generation to | gene ra - tion. G. 0. Glory be to the Father [ and * to the | Son: and I to the | Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever l shall -be: world without end = A' = men.

Page  29 MORNING PRAYER. 3tubtiate t0o. OXFORD CHNT. 92, 1_ _,,e 29 ALDRICH..l.t_.-. --- — T ----.X 1- -v-c ----oZ-.., _I e-r7 --- - j I - _ __, -.,. I i HIGGS. 94m BATTISHILL. 1-J:*, _g_- ' 0-_- c -_ -v C. _---— IJ --- --—,-. --- _ _ —_-2_. Y -r i I - -., -I- — t _-2 — 3 — OUSELEY. I _ --- 96 - 50i*.> 6 m, COOKE. &l r - 9 11 11 - - - - - I -t- _- _- -— ~ -t _i RIMBAULT. 9W,..... KING.,0-,_ * -- - -,,_2_ k r —t: wn -- - - - - - -A J _ I. _ a_2- _2~.- -- — 2 0, I P I ANoN. l00. _ I! HOPKINS. 0-n 01 - - j -, 1

Page  30 30 8MOORiINa PRAYER. 3f1Iuirate 39eCO 101. ^: _. DumIs. 102. WOODWARU 103. SOPEB. 104. ANON. __ II IV I... a I C-, & -,i g ' '",__E: __ _. -._____.::E -L~1~ -, L-:i _1 -~_,_I,___A.~.L_ TI e I:l J.. I.-~ - I - PSALM C. G. O. Prin. F BE joyful in the Lord, I all ye I lands: serve the Lord with gladness, and come before His | presence with a I song. (Reduce.) 2 Be ye sure that the Lord I He is | God: it is He that hath made us and not we ourselves, (dim) we are His people, and the I sheep of * His I pas = ture. Full Swell. 3 0 go your way into His gates with - -' - ~ ', I I thanksgiving, and into His | courts with | praise: be thankful unto Him, and I speak good I of His I Name. p cr 4 For the Lord is gracious, His mercy is | ever | lasting: (cr) and His truth endureth from generation to I gene I ra =l tion. G. 0. Glory be to the Father I and * tc the I Son: and I to the I Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be: world without I end * = A * men.

Page  31 MORNINYB PRA YER. 3lubtlate Do. 31 MATTHEWS 105..,..T.. _9 2-, ~ _ _.. _,'"~:, 106. r I- I I - - I~~~~~~~!-~-~ -L L L- _ ~ ~ _ - - I i - ok _O 09- _ gs -- - I!- V ALDRICH. 1~~~~ I__',_.~.~? ~-~~-~~e,,~V_ 1 EEIFE 107. 108. i, - '. 109. 109. l f f S- - _I — I x Be bs ao

Page  32 32 MORNING PRAYER. 3tuItlate Deo. 110. ^A ft Reciting Note. TONE II1. 7= 138. _.___i- ~ _- _ -___ ---___V z-z ---i — Intonation of Tone II. Full Swell.. _J _____- __ d 3 0 go your way into His gates with |i ___jt _- _ _ -- thanksgiving, and into His courts with | 1_ _ |_ E- praise: be thankful unto Him, and speak 0 be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands: good | of His I Name. PSALM C. p.cr4 For the Lord is gracious, His mercy G. 0. Prin. is ever I last * ing: (cr) and His truth F0 BE joyful in the Lord all ye I lands: endureth from generation to gene tY serve the Lord with gladness, and come ra * = tion. before His presence I with a I song. G. o. (Reduce.) Glory be to the Father, and to the I Son: 2 Be ye sure that the Lord He is I God: and to the | Holy I Ghost: it is He that hath made us and not we As it was in the beginning, is now, and ourselves, (dim) we are His people, and ever | shall be: world without I end. the sheep of His i pas * = i ture. A | men. 111. TONE Vi. =138. e e I. ----r',?t.I.-.-...~ '1, -,-_-:- t_?__- Fz ~. Intonation of Tone V. 0 be joyful in the Lord all ye lands. PSALM C. G. 0. Prin. F0 BE joyful in the Lord, I all ye | lands: serve the Lord with gladness,and come before His I pre * sence I with a | song. (Reduce.) 2 Be ye sure that the Lord | He is | God: it is He that hath made us, and not we ourselves, (dim) we are His people, and the I sheep of * His I pas * = | ture. Full Swell. 3 0 go your way into His gates with thankgiving, and into His j courts with | praise: be thankful unto Him, and speak good I of His | Name. p.cr4 For the Lord is gracious, His mercy is | ever I lasting: (cr) and His truth endureth from generation to | gene ra * = | tion. G. o. Glory be to the Father, I and *to the | Son *=: and I to the I Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be: world without i end = I A * = [ men. * By omitting the notes within this bar, the short mediation of Tone v. can be sung.

Page  33 MORNINC7 PRA YER. 33 IBtzfictui. CROFT. 113. I. - I I LAVINGTON. & - < -_ - o, ---. ----—, — p- L - -_-~- -.-^ -~- _~-.~~-'^! _~ STEPHENS. 115. ^ I! OUSELEY. - -__-_ --- - t- — j-., '_, -,- -r- -.-, PURBELL. 117. SMITH. / < ew c - _ __- -,_ - ALDRICH. 119 WEBBE. I, " -_-_ _a___ -'- -2- 1' —' o!!p -42- -0-, - " Ll- I - I -- S. LUKE, I: 68. Diaps. coupled. F 1TLESSED be the Lord God of I Isra B. el: for He hath visited I and re ] deemed * His | people; 2 And hath raised up a mighty sal [ vation I for us: in the house l of His servant | David. 3 As He spake by the mouth of His ] holy | Prophets: which have been since the I world be l gan; Choir. rf 4 That we should be saved I from our | enemies: and from the hand of I all that I hate = us. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, I and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be: world without end = | A = I men.

Page  34 34 lMORNING PRA YER. I3tetuctuc. BARRY. 121. 120. GEl. 1, ~ -_, I - I - 'I W C ~, CtI (,,u, >i _: -, AV I. — -P --- iITO-71 U. - L ~ - I-~~-_ - d Ll 122. _-. f GREENE. 123. a. e~ WELSH. - 1._ -~r -— l _W s, _S i_ '* _ ~__ _ ^~G _ _ bY '' O_ e I -.01;~-~f - O., —?,e r^Zn*\1- -- 7 ^- -^ J4 - -A- I. _ _-,,. -_ 9'; _ta -<eT ^- e ene T^ F I l _S__ I_ i _ _ 124 C. oo l5. ANOLD. _ —, — _-i — A __ t 'j - ' ' I I I 126. MONK. 127. TURLE. — _ S. LUKE, I: 68. I)iaps. coupled. 'F BLESSED be the Lord God of I Isra I D el: for He hath visited | and re | deemed * His I people; 2 And hath raised up a mighty sal I vation | for us: in the house of His [ servant I David. 3 As HIe spake by the mouth of His I holy | Prophets: which have been since the I world be I gan; Choir. anf 4 That we should be saved I from our | enemies: and from the hand of I all that I hate = | us. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, and * to the I Son: and | to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever I shall be: world without end =I | A * = men.

Page  35 MORNINGt PRAYER. 128. f _ I I STATHa. 129, I. -4 4fl Hus. __ - l) - - -. ft ' —" ~^ —' ~-, ^? onJ -!P vIY - - - 3 -Tli 130. CoIPP. 131, WANLESS. I, I -sI- - 132. 133. BARRY.. I I HAYES. - _ -— _- s:-I - - -6" 9-a '1 BAISTEB. 135. NOVELLO. _ I I Io I I, - - ~-, -. Jj - v It s CG.,-.l~, _ _ I I I~ F~ '-;:lQ ----f '~~:F_: 136. DOUGLAS. I I _, ", - ',i....~to.a,l,.. 137. n 1 L. _ GRAVES. - FI r1 C, H-i _ -e- T e I I I '.. I

Page  36 36 6MORNING PRAYER. ~ntdrictut.+ 138. _.Uj CBOTOH. r3 I 1t -J-i F - I 11 tI I -I - I I I-1: 1 1'' - J 1 1giSU g~ o I C 9- I -A U ied r- tI I jI I7 ' ~ — I - - I -I s E I IS.~a e ---. O- -:: -'_._-,_,. H n t1 1 —m ----- --- --- --- -- - --- j —^g-1 139. CROTO}. 140l. HANDEL '1 l..-6- < —: I iI I -6-I -6; - 6-' - — " - " 141. JAKSON. 9 ~- _ _ _ __ _ 1Z_ _ _ _ -- g g ~ -t _-g,,g _ g:-,- T S. LUKE, I: 68. Diaps. coupled. F ILESSED be the Lord God of I Isra ] el: for He hath visited I and re deemed * His I people; 2 And hath raised up a mighty sal [ vation | for us: in the house I of His servant | David. 3 As He spake by the mouth of His [ holy I Prophets: which have been | since the I world be I gan; Choir., mf 4 That we should be saved [ from our I enemies: and from the hand of all that | hate* = us. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, | and * to the | Son: and I to the I Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and [ ever | shall be: world without end * = I A * = men.

Page  37 MORNING PBA YIR. 37 IAxoN...I I I 143. HEATHCOTE. T+Z1_] -— jI - 144.BUK 146I *~L9 L —

Page  38 38 MORNII G PPRA YER. WueictOtI. TONE I. 2 (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) - _-I....-__ I _ -. _ 147. ___j - I^- I-g I L I I' I I= 126. _9~- -_A_ * _ _e - --- _ -- d- -~ - 1_ —+ --- -- J.-= ~_ = _ —. ~~=-f -~ If Intonation of Tone I. Bless-ed be the Lord God of Is-ra-el: S. LUKE I. 68. Diaps. coupled. F LESSED be the Lord I God of I Israel: for He hath visited, and re I deemed His I people; 2 And hath raised up a mighty sal I vation | for us: in the house of His servant | Da * = I vid; -—.:. 1 f-g-j --- I =- - 3 As He spake by the mouth of His | holy | Prophets: which have been since the I world be I gan; Choir. mf 4 That we should be saved I from our l en ~ emies: and from the hand of I all that I hate ~ = us. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, [and * to the | Son =: and I to the | Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever shall be: world without end A = I men. 148. lpT__ _ IA TY.r t..rrr -... m --- -.. __- a - - __ E F ~ Intonation of Tone III. Bl —==- -:=-g2fg Bless-ed be the Lord God of Is-ra-el. Diaps. coupled. F P LESSED be the Lord I God of I Israel: f for He hath visited, and re I deemed * His I people; 2 And hath raised up a mighty sal I vation I for us: in the house of His I servant I Da = I vid; 3 As He spake by the mouth of His holy Prophets: which have been since the world be I gan; Choir. mf 4 That we should be saved I from our 1 en * emies: and from the hand of I all that I hate *= I us. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, I and ~ to the I Son* =: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever I shall be: world without I end * A = I men.

Page  39 EVENING PRAYER. 39 Catate omtino. HUMPHREYS. 150, TUoRRE. - n. I I -.. I I -.y6 --— _&7__ _z.._, ' _ r-,r-~-T-i-T- _3_, ----? SI-'-' ~2?c 501- ^O.. -11 Cf ^F Ei^EE2^BE LvL. GGLADSTONE. _4H t- -, - -E _r -/i 152. AYLWARD. / r~ -, —.- 2( 154. PURCELL. ^ — I I -- LL I i IFI 153. ALaOOK. I!i -.' - Iti a - 11,0 1 " 7" - I,;;, - I:; -1 - Il/ _ I,'I _ -I __1 -. - \CH- 9 — _ ~ - v ' ^v — - I! PSALM XCVIII. G. O. Prin. F 0 SING unto the Lord a I new* = i J song: for He hath I done*= marvel lous I things. 2 With His own right hand, and with His I holy I arm: hath He gotten Him[ self the I victo I ry. Diaps. 3 The Lord declared I His sal I vation: His righteousness hath He openly showed I in the I sight of the I heathen. Choir. 4 He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the house of | Isra I el: and all the ends of the world have seen the sal I vation I of our God. Full Swell. f 5 Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, I all ye lands: sing, re joice and I give = I thanks. 6 Praise the Lord up I on the [ harp: W' 0g I, I.. *- - - - 4; I 1 s -^ FFl^ p I - I sing to the harp with a I psalm of thanks = giving. (Open.) 7 With trumpets I also, * and shawms: O show yourselves joyful be fore the I Lord the I King. 8 Let the sea make a noise, and all that I therein I is: the round world, and I they that I dwell there I in. 9 Let the floods clap their hands, and let the hills be joyful together be J fore the I Lord: for He I cometh * to I judge the earth. (Dim.) 10 With righteousness shall He | judge the I world: and the | people with I equi I ty. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, I and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever shall be: world without end -= A = | men.

Page  40 40 EVENING PA YER. cantatet 3omMfo. 155. AYRTON. 156. STEPUmEs. 1579 Gos. 1 -^~ GFJ.^gt^t33rr^g 158. NOVELLO. V -I,.rf J _- --- i - i1 — I /-j0 -.0t~7/, 11 J ^ ^ --.- 1/ **/- r j.j ^-P i, 159. STEPHENS. 160. REINAGLE. V^aI FJ I; i I- I I I I ~',! ~- i- I ---r " I1 " IIP I _ 1 _I it I __L I — I I_ I -i-;~ I - -, ~, ' I "3=s^:^^^=:^ I VI IrII I ' I t I ~ --- PSALM XCVIII. G. 0. Prin. F 0 SING unto the Lord a I new * = | J song: for He hath | done * = | marvel * lous I things. 2 With His own right hand, and with His | holy | arm: hath He gotten Himf self the I victo I ry. Diaps. 3 The Lord declared I His sal | vation: His righteousness hath He openly showed | in the I sight of the I heathen. Choir. 4 He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the house of | Isra | el: and all the ends of the world have seen the sal I vation I of our I God. Full Swell. f 5 Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, I all ye I lands: sing, re I joice and | give * = | thanks. 6 Praise the Lord up I on the I harp: sing to the harp with a I psalm of I thanks * =1 giving. (Open.) 7 With trumpets I also, * and shawms: 0 show yourselves joyful be fore the I Lord the | King. 8 Let the sea make a noise, and all that | therein | is: the round world, and | they that I dwell there | in. 9 Let the floods clap their hands, and let the hills be joyful together be 1 fore the I Lord: for He I cometh * to I judge the earth. (Dim.) 10 With righteousness shall He I judge the | world: and the | people ~ with I equi ty. G. 0, f Glory be to the Father, | and * to the I Son: and I to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever j shall be: world without end = I A- = men.

Page  41 EVENIING PRA YER. Cantatr DBomfuo. 41 RUSSELL. RimBhAU. ' — L4L^ ~ I 163. FELTON. 164. BROWNSITH. A __s~~ An 165. 166, MONK. HULLAH. & i " i o -I - - 167. LAHIEE 168. I. IL HOYTE. - -I I G- -&R - A_~~T 9-I, LJ L/ i - c I I c c- - -a I j i J-.0 -:-.-" 3 I BATTISHILL.. I! I 170, I, I I STATHAM. - _ I Q. - a,- A, / t3 7 r F

Page  42 .42 EVENING PRAYER. eautate Do}mino. 171. i_, AlWOOD. 172. ANON. 1 1i - - a - - I M I -~/ -T3- - CROTCH.:..,_ i ' C ' _,:,. — -1:::H 7 l-'!l;';~"-I-?-?.- ~ ~ 'i:_ =" ~ =~,? 2:L?8 - -- -~, PSALM XCVIII. G. 0. Prin. F 0 SING unto the Lord a I new * = J song: for He hath I done *= | marvel * lous I things. 2 With His own right hand, and with His I holy | arm: hath He gotten Him self the I victo I ry. Diapq. 3 The Lord declared I His sal I| vation: His righteousness hath He openly showed I in the I sight * of the | heathen. Choir. 4 He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the house of I Isra | el: and all the ends of the world have seen the sal i vation I of our I God. Full Swell. f 5 Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, I all ye | lands: sing, re I joice and I give = I thanks. 6 Praise the Lord up I on the i harp: sing to the harp with a I psalm of thanks * = | giving. (Open.) 7 With trumpets I also, * and shawms: 0 show yourselves joyful be fore the i Lord the J King. 8 Let the sea make a noise, and all that | therein I is: the round world, and | they that | dwell there I in. 9 Let the floods clap their hands, and let the hills be joyful together be j fore the I Lord: for He I cometh * to I judge the earth. (Dim.) 10 With righteousness shall He | judge the I world: and the | people ~ with I equi I ty. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, I and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy X Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever | shall be: world without | end = A = I men.

Page  43 EVENING PRA Y.ER. 43 rtantate Domnino. 174. WHITFIELD. --- -.f. 175. LEMON... _ XL " 176. Duruis. - -1. — git~aS-'n-0mSA1771 178. ~ — ' I —. - -- ------ - ___...7.....I He XI- -H

Page  44 44 EVENING PRAYER. 179. TONE vI.1 Short 'Mediation. (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) I d= 138. --.... ---- - a- -oL~'-~-'-T" i - A., I, Intonation of Tone vIrn. 0 sing unto the Lord a new song; PSALM XCVIII. G. O. Prin. F sing unto the Lord a new I song: for 0 He hath I done = [ marvel lous things. 2 With His own right hand, and with His holy I arm: hath He gotten Him I self the I vie I tory. Diaps. 3 The Lord declared His sal I va * tion: His righteousness hath He openly showed 1 in the I sight of the j heathen. Choir. 4 He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the house of Isra ( el: and all the ends of the world have seen the sal I vation I of I our God. 180. Intonation of Tone vIIi. 0 sing unto the Lord a new song: Full Swell. f 5 Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, all ye I lands: sing, re I joice and I give I thanks. 6 Praise the Lord upon the | harp: sing to the harp with a I psalm of | thanks I giving. (Open.) 7 With trumpets also and I shawms: 0 show yourselves joyful be I fore the I Lord I the King. 8 Let the sea make a noise and all that therein | is: the round world, and I they that I dwell I therein. 9 Let the floods clap their hands, and let the hills be joyful together before the I Lord:forHe i cometh to I judge I the earth. dim. 10 With righteousness shall He judge the | world: and the I people with I e quity. G. o. f Glory be to the Father, and to the | Son: and I to the | Ho I ly Ghost: As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. = A I men. TONE viII.2 Short Mediation. (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) 1. -i ed =138. F 4 Z - 4rT?: e- I _ I - * _ _-._.. p — _ -

Page  45 EVENING PRAYER. eantatt Domino. 45 TONE I.6 = 138. - c. ' - (SECOND HARMONY.) &W. I-!W t-.. I - - - ~ ~s Intonation of Tone I. D5 -:- = -E '/ I 1:r,, 0 sing unto the Lord a new song; PSALM XCVIII. G. O. Prin. F0 SING unto the Lord a I new * =Usong * =: for He hath I done * = marvel' lous | things. 2 With. His own right hand, and with His I holy I arm =-: hath He gotten Him I self the I victo I ry. Diaps. 3 The Lord declared I His sal | vation: His righteousness hath He openly showed | in the I sight * of the I heathen. Choir. 4 He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the house of I Isra I el * =: and all the ends of the world have seen the sal I vation I of our | God. 182. Intonation of Tone V. 0 sing unto the Lord a new song; I 1 -Full Swell. f 5 Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, I all ye | lands *-=: sing, re I joice and I give = | thanks. 6 Praise the Lord up i on the I harp *-: sing to the harp with a I psalm of | thanks *-J giving. (Open.) 7 With trumpets I also and | shawms *-: 0 show yourselves joyful be I fore the I Lord the | King. 8 Let the sea make a noise, and all that I therein j is -=: the round world, and [ they that J dwell there i in. 9 Let the floods clap their hands, and let the hills be joyful together be I fore the | Lord ~ =: for He | cometh * to | judge the I earth. dim 10 With righteousness shall He | judge the | world ' =: and the I people * with | e-qui I ty. G. O. Glory be to the Father, 1 and * to the Son =: and | to the I Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever | shall be: world without I end *| A * = [ men. TONE V.2 Rouen Mediation. - -. - --. -:l: z ztz- T,, L _ Lz: -, '_ - = t zz== 4 4 - -I TV -- tI — I --— dt aj - 1 ---: _ -= 138..,......" _.. — -. -. ---I - — C —. --- CalT --- -P X _ l- i - I

Page  46 46 E ENING PRA YER. V3onum Eat. 183. ANON.. I I_ 184. BAKEL.. I.... _'711*__ -_ I___ - -I " L ~ ' - I I -,, --- -r - 186. OAKE. 185. ALoaCK. < _ _! -tI -. a I.. I I I I -A r 187. _., STEPHENS. 188. -1 p 1... I GOLDWIN. t/ 189.,,li 190. SCOTCH CHANT. HINDLE. PSALM XCIL. G. 0. F TT is a. good thing to give thanks I un to the I Lord: and to sing praises unto Thy I Name -= O0 most I Highest. 2 To tell of Thy loving-kindness early | in the | morning: and of Thy truth I in the I night * = I season; 3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, and up | on the I lute: upon a loud in s/ VC- - AmZ - strument, | and up I on the I harp. 4 For Thou Lord, hast made me glad I through Thy I works: and I will rejoice in giving praise for the ope I rations I of Thy I hands. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, | and to the I Son: and I to the I Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and [ ever X shall be: world without I end = I A = men.

Page  47 EVENING PRAYER. 3ionum Elt. 47 1911 STEPHENS. 192, Hors. J -t1~ I)_ -8,- - IL H- 2;-, _, - I _- *_ i " -_ - I I '. I r - 193, NAIES. __ -— ^~.. ~ _~ 195. HAYES. 197. FUSSELL. 199. ELLT --- — ^- p -$'- -F^-E- - S 199, ELImOTT. 1 I i i '1......-,.. -*e 1961. MACFARREN. ~fL\,, _. -._i. --. — 1 JI, -FR T.- e 198 as. B-^4^g-. ^- -- T - A, I- - -7 - a..- 0 v *, ^ 3 " 'rI ~ * 1 ' ^ 200. TRaAvER I -. I I lo!2

Page  48 48 EVENING PRAYER. $onuwm ISt. 201. SmaT. - - - - - - - -- c o 2032 HENLEY. "_-7 m -1 I1 m- F If+ I Aft 203.,~. 204. MATTHEWS.,' ~:i- ~, _ ". ' 1,, 1; ' 6 ' ' ', I{ ~ - ' ~~~_~: ~l:~ ~_~ —,~~~~~ 01 A+2~ -,F- ] I4 O*~ ~, PSALM XCII. G. 0. F TT is a good thing to give thanks | unto the l Lord: and to sing praises unto Thy I Name * j i 0 most I Highest. 2 To tell of Thy loving-kindness early I in the | morning: and of Thy truth I in the | night * ==I season; 3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, and up I on the I lute: upon a loud in strument, I and up I on the I harp. 4 For Thou Lord, hast made me glad I through Thy I works: and I will rejoice in giving praise for the ope { rations I of Thy I hands. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, [ and ~ to the I Son: and I to the I Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever { shall be: world without | end * = A =- men.

Page  49 EVENING PRA YER. 49 205. Dupuis. -4+~ 207. LUPTON. Av evI e-l — -- - 2 8 ___IZ1

Page  50 50 EVENING PRAYER. 3ionum rut. 210. Reciting Note. II TONE V3. L i I - - r- - ---- --- — 132. --- ~R. 2 -" -. - -=....c -— I --- —. — --— 1 —.:' -:; - a~ I: ---tIntonation of Tone v. 3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, - __.._________._ and upon the I lute: upon a loud in_-_ —_ —_ strument I and up j on the j harp. It is a good thing to give thanks )Lord: 4 For Thou Lord, hast made me glad unto the through Thy I works: and I will rejoice PSALM XCII. in giving praise for the ope I rations I G. O. of Thy[ hands. FTT is a good thing to give thanks unto of Thy I hands. L the l Lord: and to sing praises unto Glory be to the Father, and to the j Son: Thy i Name '= 0 most I Highest. and | to the I Holy I Ghost; 2 To tell of Thy loving-kindness early As it was in the beginning, is now, in the | morning: and of Thy truth in and ever | shall be: world without the | night *= sea J son. end *= A | men. 211, Reciting Note. TONE V1. a-= ____ —s_ __- __ ---- I l I -132. - z A s zI. M. ___d -- a___. Intonation of Tone v. I - It is a good thing to give thanks ) Lord: unto the J PSALM XCII G. 0. FTT is a good thing to give thanks unto L the J Lord: and to sing praises unto Thy J Name = I 0 most I Highest. 2 To tell of Thy loving-kindness early in the | morning: and of Thy truth in the I night * =| sea J son. 3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, and upon the I lute: upon a loud in strument I and up I on the I harp. 4 For Thou Lord, hast made glad through Thy I works: and I will rejoice in giving praise for the ope I rations of Thy I hands. Glory be to the Father, and to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost: As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever I shall be: world without end ' = I A I men.

Page  51 EVPNING PRAYER. 51 DPug 2i1trv1atur. HOPKINS. 213. 212. ALDRIH. _ ---~- --- H -a- - _'_CO___' ' i __ ~.;. - I. I 214. 215, HABT. '4: 7 -'" 216. MoNK. 217. RICHARDSON. -21 PSALM LXVII. Full Swell. Choir. full 5 Let the people praise | Thee, 0 I MP ^OD be merciful unto |us, and | God: yea, let all the | people I vi bless us: and show us the light of praise * = | Thee. His countenance, and be I merci * ful I 6 Then shall the earth bring forth unto I us;her I increase: and God, even our own 2 That Thy way may be | known up * God, shall I give us -His | bless = | ing. on | earth: Thy saving health a | mong (Dim.) all | na * = tions. 7 God shall bless * = us: and all G. o. the ends of the | world shall I fear- = full 3 Let the people praise Thee, 0 I Him. God: yea, let all the | people | G. 0. praise * = I Thee. f Glory be to the Father, | and ~ to the I 4 0 let the nations rejoice | and be I Son: and Ito the I Holy Ghost; glad: for Thou shalt judge the folk As it was in the beginning, is now, and righteously, and govern the | nations ever | shall be: world without up | on *= | earth. end * = A = X men.

Page  52 52 EVENIfNG PRA YER. ineru.t 9sreuatur. 218. -aL R OArKE 219. ~. W. BABBY. 220. "NON. 222, HAYES. -e- -P —e- -g-,-{- -g~-f — -6 -PSALM LXVn. Choir. MP P OD be merciful unto | us, and | bless us: and show us the light of His countenance, and be I merci ~ ful unto I us; 2 That Thy way may be I known up on | earth: Thy saving health a I mong all I na = tions. G. 0. full 3 Let the people praise | Thee, 0 I God: yea, let all the people I praise = I Thee. 4 0 let the nations rejoice I and be I glad: for Thou shalt judge the folk righteously, and govern the I nations ' up I on '= earth. -'221. CHABLESWORTH.. - - - -I- 1...I 223, BOISaEB. 1t- '; ~;. - - j I I I; I ---- - -r I -2 Full Swell. full 5 Let the people praise | Thee, 0 God: yea, let all the | people praise = I Thee. 6 Then shall the earth bring I forth her I increase: and God, even our own God,shall I give us His I bless = j ing. (Dim.) 7 God shall I bless = us: and all the ends of the | world shall j fear = Him. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, I and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and i ever shall be: world without end = I A' = I men.

Page  53 EVENING PRAYER. '53 Mzeug r ftsereaturt WEBBE. 225. 224. BArOw.. 226. o"CABTES.' 227, ELE. 228 GARDNER. 229 OU.! v/ w C-, 8 j I -- x I J I < 0 2 I i _ I I 230. BULLINGER. 231. GRIPFrIS. 232, AmE. 233. EM. ---

Page  54 54 EVEPFIGNI PRAY ER. 9ttu.0 B vireatur* 234. ATTWOOD. -n' 235. BoY:0. 236. BEETHOVEN. v H — T i^:^Sfei '~ —__~!~l~'^ PSALM LXVI. Choir. MP 1^ OD be merciful unto | us, and I v bless us: and show us the light of His countenance, and be I merci ~ ful | unto! us; ' 2 That Thy way may be I known up, on | earth: Thy saving health a | mong all I na * = I tions. G. 0. full 3 Let the people praise | Thee, 01 God: yea, let all the { people praise = I Thee. 4 0 let the nations rejoice I and be I glad: for Thou shalt judge the folk righteously, and govern the I nations up | on = I earth. Full Swell. full 5 Let the people praise | Thee, 0 God: yea, let all the | people praise = | Thee. 6 Then shall the earth bring | forth her | increase: and God, even our own Godshall I give us His f bless *= ing. (Dim.) 7 God shall | bless = us: and all the ends of the | world shall I fear' = Him. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, I and ' to the I Son: and | to the I Holy i Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and! ever | shall be: world without end * = A = men.

Page  55 I P I N; I t i-E t. iPi.o ' I; I9 1I 4-4. i' C t b 6 ( Hi j j W O -+ ^ ir il^-. CO P w ~t | ^ ^ N *af ^z utI 3 ~ v 'CO N

Page  56 56 EVENING PRA YER. 2Rtug tUere atur. 242. TONE VIII. Irregular. -- 126 I-v Intonation of Tone VIII. God be merciful unto us, and bless us. PSALM LXVII. Choir. MPf OD be merciful unto | us, and I bless ' us: and show us the light of His countenance, and be I merci * ful I unto I us. 2 That Thy way may be I known up ' on I earth *=: Thy saving health a I mong all I na = j tions. G. 0. full 3 Let the people praise | Thee, 0 God -==: yea, let all the I people I praise *= | Thee. 243. Intonation of Tone III. God be mercifulunto us, and bless us: God be merciful unto us, and bless us: 4 0 let the nations rejoice I and be | glad =: for Thou shalt judge the folk righteously, and govern the I nations' up I on -= I earth. Full Swell. full 5 Let the people praise I Thee, 0 God * =: yea, let all the J people praise '= I Thee. 6 Then shall the earth bring I forth her I increase: and God, even our own God, shall I give us * His I bless = | ing. (Dim.) 7 God shall | bless * = us * =: and all the ends of the | world shall fear *= I Him. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, I and * to the [ Son '=: and | to the i Holy i Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever | shall be: world without | end * = A = I men. TONE III. 1 (ANOTHER HARMONY FOR TONE Mn.1) -126. - - 2$-#-2.0! $r.Ig.-XJ3 Lfi-W- l, t L C1. —L ---

Page  57 EVENfING PBA YER. 57 BANISTER 245.t EIE.m 246. MONK. I- CO, '_ I — 4- - r.01i 9: 1001i e9 -0 -_e9_ - -, 'V I - d- - I; 1. -- 19-"_-; 1 lip Fb__ I I % - I ==MONI ____ -=! — 31 1 2:;' -,, I tj - -C_" -;a 224' - grae CW -- &!P- -6- -'q- - ep — ep- -v- ' I I 1-!_J 248. 1% BENNET. I M I - i ' PSALM CII1. G. 0. F PRAISE the Lord, I0 my Isoul: and all that is within meI praise His holy I Name. 2 Praise the Lord, I 0 my I soul: and forget not I all Hisj bene I fits; 3 Who forgiveth all thyJ sin: and healeth I all thine inI firmi ties; 4 Who saveth thy life I from des truction: and crowneth thee with mercy and I loving I kind ness. (Cres.) if 5 0 praise the Lord, ye angels of His, ye that exI eel inI strength: ye that 249. ATSIL fulfil His commandment, and hearken unto the voice of I His -= I word. 6 0 praise the Lord, all I ye His hosts: ye servants of I His that I do His Ipleasure. 7 0 speak good of the Lord, all ye works of His, in all places of I His do minion: praise thou the Lord, = 0 my I soul. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father,I and to the Son: and I to the I HolyI Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and everI shall be: world without I end, A J = men.

Page  58 58 EVENING PRAYER. 33enuf9, 31niama s Ieao 250, ALDRICH. 251.! ANOn. I I _, -7 - 252, LAVINGTON. 253MON. 254 BUNNETT. 255. ARCROFT. 7-7s. <s - z _ z -3 ^, s - i r o ^ - - Jy^ ^. ^ PSALM CIII. F pRAISE the Lord, I0 my I soul: and all that is within me | praise His | holy I Name. 2 Praise the Lord, | O my I soul: and forget not i all His | bene | fits; 3 Who forgiveth I all thy | sin: and healeth | all ~ thine in I firmi! ties; 4 Who saveth thy life I from des 1 truction: and crowneth thee with mercy and I loving i kind * — ness. ff 5 0 praise the Lord, ye angels of His, ye that ex I eel in I strength: ye that fulfil His commandment, and hearken unto the I voice of i His * = I word. 6 0 praise the Lord, all | ye His hosts: ye servants of i His that | do His I pleasure. 7 0 speak good of the Lord, all ye works of His, in all places of | His do I minion: praise thou the | Lord, ' - O my i soul. f Glory be to the Father, l and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be: world without I end'= i A * = I men.

Page  59 EVENING PRAYER, 33ettric, gnima ra.* 256. AO. 257. -- _ _ — op: *j^-W*- iyCic-^ _^_<C^^ ^ z::^ ": ~ STEPHENS. -- I1 f- -, gJ — gf I-I- t - 1 — - I Fe _},, f$?F s(:4 — _- w_ _~"': l,f,.... —_ —.., _,,. _.I.- ~.-,. _I 1-tf|t-I _-r||I| |i I I -A | I C 5 i. G(REENE. ga J7 ~H I I,5a 9,W BELLAMY. BC4 r:= j == - l - I.,-i i - L- — i - -2GON STEGGALL. 2i62 HATES. _J -l.L H —i:' _ - L~ —6g —? '-l -'3 -_-_ 261 MEDLEY. ^^ - - -~/~~ -- =-1 -— ~ — - J-J~~-~.....I -;_ I_ _ _- L gb-L$ItLo tlI 2 ", PAR,,, I 'I. I ~~_1~_I~~I '1_1 Ca;UJ W HAVERGAL. -^ -el*Small notes arefor the Organ; occasional verses only. 265. BRADLEY. AI -- --— > —, -- ~z y - ~-,- -a - aa0 -

Page  60 60 EVENING PRA ER,. 3Betenfc, anfma Ifea.* 266. -A K NowRIS. I JoseSt a I f 1 M s267. JACOBS. 2 6 8. -^ - - - I r -W-O O-D W AR — -D.1_! 1 1 268. WOODWARD..-t oiL 1a-lI -92 lid PSALM cm. G. 0,. F PRAISE the Lord, I O my I soul: and X all that is within me j praise His I holy I Name. 2 Praise the Lord, | 0 my I soul: and forget not I all His | bene I fits; 3 Who forgiveth I all thy I sin: and healeth i all * thine in I firmi | ties; 4 Who saveth thy life | from des I truction: and crowneth thee with mercy and I loving I kind *= ness. (Cres,) f 5 0 praise the Lord, ye angels of His, ye that ex I eel in I strength: ye that fulfil His commandment, and hearken unto the I voice of I His * = I word. 6 0 praise the Lord, all I ye His | hosts: ye servants of I His that I do His I pleasure. 7 0 speak good of the Lord, all ye works of His, in all places of I His do I minion: praise thou the I Lord, 0* = my I soul. G. O. f Glory be to the Father, I and ' to the I Son: and | to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever I shall be:world without I end'= | A ' = i men.

Page  61 EVENINYG PRA YER. 61 STEVENSON. 269. [A IA 227 1 ELVEY. 272. 273.

Page  62 62 EVENING PRA YER. 3tenfitr ima NW vet 274. TONE VII.4 (SECOND HARMONY OF TONE VII4. E-rYz1|IL zsz - z r-z-1-4t1z -I -— 4tt d ~ -. I i is W - 132. A_ __ ~q- __ _|.' A, _ ~ ___,_ I Ej- I E 1Ef Eo -42] I ' - - dq2 -i- -- Ij I i. -7 1! - -1 LEt 1-i-LK —tF~F-~t _+C- * * I _ _ L-~ --- — Intonation of Tone vii. 1i;- F-? 1- - I Praise the Lord, 0 my soul: PSALM CIII. G. 0. Fp RAISE the Lord, I 0 my I soul * = 5 and all that is within me | praise His I holy I Name. 2 Praise the Lord, I 0 my | soul * = and forget not | all His I bene | fits; 3 Who forgiveth I all thy I sin * =: and healeth I all * thine in I firmi I ties; 4 Who saveth thy life I from de I struction; and crowneth Thee with mercy and I loving I kind * = | ness. 275. Intonation of Tone I. Praise the Lord, O my soul: (Cres.) ff 5 0 praise the Lord, ye angels of His, ye that ex I eel in [ strength * =: ye that fulfil His commandment, and hearken unto the I voice of I His * = I word. 6 0 praise the Lord, all I ye His i hosts * =: ye servants of I His that I do His | pleasure. 7 0 speak good of the Lord, all ye works of His, in all places of I His do [ minion: praise thou the I Lord, *= O0 my soul. G. O. Glory be to the Father, I and * to the l Son * =: and I to the I Holy [ Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and [ever I shall be: world without I end * = I A * = I men. TONE I. 2 (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) _ I —.-_ _-....I-.-_ -- 132. - - - -- j - j

Page  63 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. To be sung nstead of the "VENITE EXULTEMUS DOMINO." SAVAGE. 277. 63 276. FISHE I I C o * -, _ <r..0 C 3 -- - ___ 278 EDWARDS. -_ __ _ 10 - - t -1 T - - 1 - ~ ~-^- -f - n- ^ _ *^ -- _~- ^ -g~ -C,_ 4 -- 27 GADsBY. _ EI- G — -r t-= An42 "" - Great Organ to Pri. "P" "= Swell shut, G. 0. F ' HRIST our passover is | sacri ficed | for us: therefore I let us | keep the | feast; Not with the old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and | wicked- | ness: but with the unleavened bread of sin I ceri | ty and i truth. 1 Cor. v. 7. F CHRIST being raised from the dead | dieth 10 | more: death hath no more do | minion | over | Him. Swell shut. p For in that He died, He died unto I sin = I once: (f) but in that He liveth, He I liveth | unto I God. Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed | unto I sin: but alive unto God through [ Jesus I Christ our Lord. Rom. vi: 9. F CHRIST is risen I from the I dead: and become the first | fruits of them that I slept. Swell shut. p For since by I man came | death: (cr) by man came also the resur | rection | of the I dead. p For as in Adam I all * = | die: (f) even so in Christ shall i all be I made a I live. 1 Cor. xv: 20. G. 0. F Glory be to the Father, I and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever i shall be: world without | end * = I A ' = I men. 280. -- -4 y-I I a 1

Page  64 64 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. Easter 3al. To be sung instead of the " VENITE. EXULTEMU DOMINO.", 281, CROTCH. 282, MORNINGTON. -- -: --- -...-. aL ' ' - ' "" "F" = Great Organ to Prin. " P" = SiwelZ shut. G. o. G. o. _F CHRIST our passover is | sacri F CHRIST is risen from * the | dead: J ficed I for us: therefore I let us | and become the first fruits of keep the I feast; them that I slept. Not with the old leaven, neither with Swell shut. the leaven of malice and I wicked- I p For since by I man came I death: (cr) ness: but with the unleavened bread of by man came also the resur j rection! sin i ceri I ty and I truth. 1 Cor. v. 7 of the dead. F ICHRIST being raised from the dead J dieth no I more: death hath p For as in Adam 1 all = die: (f) no more do I minion | over I Him. even so in Christ shall I all be I made Swell shut. a | live. 1 Cor. xv: 20. p For in that He died, He died unto I sin = | once: (f) but in that He G. 0. liveth, He | liveth I unto I God. F Glory be to the Father, I and to Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to the I Son: and I to the Holy I Ghost; be dead indeed | unto | sin: but alive As it was in the beginning, is now, unto God through I Jesus J Christ our j and j ever I shall be: world without Lord. Rom. vi: 9. end= A = men. 283...

Page  65 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. 65 nlater na;g2. To be sung instead of the "VENITE, EXULTEMUS DOMINO." 284. TONE VIII. 1 (SECOND HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) d= 122. -_: -,__ __Q _ -- -i6 EEW-:r== r::r = -- - _- -- -- - I _ 4_ I,9 Intonation of Tone VIII. Christ our Passover is sac-ri - fi - ced for us: "F" = Great Organ to Prin. "p" = Full Swell Shut. FfHRIST our passover is I sacri * ficed ~for us: therefore I let us I keep the | feast; Not with the old leaven, neither with the leaven,of malice and I wick * ed- I ness: but with the unleavened bread of sin I ceri I ty and I truth. 1 Cor. v. 7. FCIHRIST being raised from the dead j VJdieth | no more: death hath no more do I minion I over I Him. 285. Intonation of Tone VIII. <s _,o 0 ~ as p For in that He died, He died unto | sin * = | once: (f) but in that He liveth, He i liveth I unto I God. Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed | unto | sin: but alive unto God through I Jesus I Christ our I Lord. Rom. vi. 9. Fi CHRIST is risen | from the I dead: and J become the first | fruits of I them that| slept. p For since by I man came | death: (f) by man came also the resur i rection of the I dead. p For as in Adam [ all * = I die: (f) even so in Christ shall I all be i made a I live. 1 Cor. xv. 20. F Glory be to the Father, I and - to the | Son: and | to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ] ever j shall be: world without I end * = | A * = I men. (ANOTHER HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) -- - - ' - --.-l -_~_..-.... _ Christ our Passover is sac-ri - f-ced for us: TONE III.

Page  66 66 286. — I I OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. VOUstQRnbillg 3Bar To be sung instead of the " VENITE, EXULTEMUS DOMINO." Mon. 87. _. t. no _ _ BROWN. ~_r ~.r I-,,I -. ----, L 0T --- —-- qTjg ^& ^ -^- -^-=~r -.- - ^-0z I I e- -e-x!-e21 1 -1 I = t, Q, r^~ t- - ~. ^I- fg g_2jQ'f- p N r o o I I517 8.... z' O Tz e-T, -. I I --,, F'rom PSALM CXLVII. G. O. F PRAISE ye the Lord, for it is a good L thing to sing praises I unto * our God: for it is pleasant, and I praise is come = | ly. 2 The Lord doth build up Je I rusa lem: He gathereth together the out casts of I Isra j el. Choir. p 3 He healeth those that are I broken in I heart: and I bindeth I up their wounds. Swell. 4 He covereth the heaven with clouds, and prepareth rain I for the I earth: He maketh the grass to I grow up | on the | mountains. 288. ii ' ' 1 r 5 He giveth to the I beast his I food: and I to the young | ravens which I cry. G. O. F 6 Praise the Lord, 0 Je rusa lem: praise thy I God O | Si == on. 7 For He hath strengthened the bars I of thy | gates: He hath blessed thy I children * with I in *= - thee. Swell. p 8 He maketh peace I in thy | borders: filleth thee with the I finest I of the I wheat.. O0. f Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and I to the I Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever shall be: world without end = A *= men. DurPus...',,-..t..i......i ' ig,,l.Ui....... — I- - 2 I z z I

Page  67 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. 67 be ng itead f t VENITE, EXLTEUS DOINO. To be sung instead of the " VENITE, EXULTEMUS DOMLINO." 290. TONE VIII.1 (ANOTHER HARMONY FOR CADENCE.) _-r__. -.... -i —_ —..,...... - - == 132. a~?:=:-^ =^~=^:= =:^I= ^^^-..^?-^^^^ -— 2^ ^^ 1 f - 0" T IT'L ~r~7ZCI~Z Z z -Z - Intonation of Tone vII. _- a"~ Praise ye the Lord *... un - to our God: G. 0. FpRAISE ye the Lord, for it is a good thing to sing praises | unto * our God: for it is pleasant, and I praise ~ is J come *= ly. 2 The Lord doth build up Je I rusa.| lem: He gathereth together the out j casts of I Isra I el. Choir. (dim)3 He healeth those that are [ broken' in | heart: and I bindeth I up their wounds. Swell. 4 He covereth the heaven with clouds, and prepareth rain for the I earth: 291. Intonation of Tone vIIT. Praise ye the Lord '''un - to our God: He maketh the grass to | grow up | on the | mountains. 5 He giveth to the I beast his I food: and | to the * young I ravens ' which i cry. G. 0. f 6 Praise the Lord, O Je [ rusa | lem: praise thy I God O I Si * = | on. 7 For He hath strengthened the bars | of thy I gates: He hath blessed thy I children * with I in * = I thee. Swell. p 8 He maketh peace [ in thy I borders: (cr) and filleth thee with the I finest I of the I wheat. G. 0. F Glory be to the Father, I and ' to the I Son; and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever | shall be: world without I end = [ A = men. TONE VIII. 2 (SECOND HARMONY FOE CADENCE.) — 132. _______ gg __~c ^.^ 3 ^ a ___ ^ gjAPg __I I __- I _-__ _

Page  68 68 OCCAS5IONAL ANTHEMS. e~Iltmao Div,? To be &ung instead of the " VENITE, EXULTENUS DOMINO," when one of the " TEN SELECTIONS " is tO follo instead o.j the Psalms, as in the Table. 292. ELLIOTT. 293. BULLINGER. Promt PSALMS XLV, LXXXIX, CX. Full Swell coupled. F YseantO God, en I durethiforlever:..L th~e sceptre of Thy kingdomI is a right = Isceptre. 2 Thou hast loved righteousness, and I hated inI iquity: wherefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness aI bove thyI fellows. G. 0. 3 My song shall be alway of the lovingkindness I of the I Lord: with my mouth will I ever be showing Thy truth, from one generationI to an i o ' =I ther. full 4 (slower) For I have said, Mercy shall be set I up for I ever: Thy truth shalt Thou stablish I in the I heavens. 5 The Lord is our de I fence: the Holy One ofI Isra ellis our ' King. Swell. 6 Thou spakest sometime in visions unto Thy saints, and I saidst: I have laid help upon One that is mighty, I have exalted One chosenI out of 'the I people. 294. f 7 I will set His dominion in the sea: and His I right hand Iin the Ifloods. 8 And I will make Him my I first-born: higher than the I kings = of the earth. G. 0. f9 The Lord said unto I my = Lord: Sit Thou on my right hand, until I make Thine I ene I mies Thy I footstool. 10 The Lord shall send the rod of Thy power I out of Sion: be Thou ruler, even in the midst a mong Thine I ene I mies. 11 In the day of Thy power shall the people offer Thee free-will offerings with anI holy I worship: the dew of Thy birth is of the I womb =Iof the I morning. Full Swell. 12 The Lord sware, and will I not re pent: Thou art a Priest for ever after the order of Mel I chise I dech. 0.0O. f Glory be to the Father, I and to the Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and everI shall be: world without I endA = I men. RUSSELL. AVTI 295.

Page  69 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. 69 To be sung instead of the " VENITE, EXULTEMUS DOMINO," when one of the " TEN SELECTIONS " is to follow instead of the Psalms, as in the Table. 296. MACFAB 297. HEYWOOD. From PSALMS XXXI, XXXVIII, CXXX. Soft G. 0. P 'T]LESSED is he whose unrighteous1J ness | is for I given: and whose | sin is I cover i ed. 2 Blessed is the man unto whom the Lord im I puteth * no I sin: and in whose I spirit * there I is no | guile. Swell. 3 Put me not to rebuke 0 Lord l in Thine I anger: neither chasten me | in Thy I heavy * dis | pleasure. 4 For Thine arrows stick I fast in me: and Thy I hand = | presseth' me | sore. 5 My wickednesses are gone I over my | head: and are like a sore burden, too | heavy * for I me to j bear. 6 I will confess my | wicked I ness: and be I sorry I for my I sin. 298. (cr) 7 Haste i Thee to I help me: 0 Lord I God of I my sal | vation. p 8 Out of the deep have I called unto j Thee, 0 | Lord: Lord, i hear = l my -= I voice. 9 Let Thine ears I be at | tentive: to the voice I of my I suppli I cations. 10 If Thou Lord, shouldest be extreme to mark what is | done a | miss: 0 Lord ~ = I who shall I stand? cr 11 But there is for I giveness * with 1 Thee: that Thou I mayest * be [ fear = | ed. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, | and * to the | Son: and I to the | Holy i Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be: world without end * = A * = I men. WESLEY. r% VF w --- —...I __ I I~ I II:r _ ' /? I - a.. EL Ir, jz - I i ef-i-L.r^. L|tex ^ I... q I - &" 1 299, ----...... --- J f.. 'V.. S..n

Page  70 70 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. rSootf fritrar* To be sung instead of the " VENITE, EXULTEMUS DOMINO," when one of the " TEN SELECTIONS"' is to follo instead of the Psalms, as in the Table. 300. wicKs. 301. BBOWN. I: - - ' I I r ___ a.W.__el &W From PSALMS XXII, LXIX, XL. Choir. P '/irY God, my God, look upon me, 1L why hast Thou for I saken | me: and art so far from my health, and from the I words of my com | plaint? mf 2 But I Thou art | holy: O Thou that inhabitest the I praises * of [ Isra I el. 3 I am a worm, and j no = | man: a reproach of men, and de I spised I of the I people. 4 All they that see me | laugh me to I scorn: they shoot out the lip, they shake the I head * = I saying, 5 He trusted in God, that He would de [ liver I him: let Him deliver him, I if * He will | have * = | him. 6 The counsel of the wicked layeth I seige a I gainst me: they pierced my I hands = | and my I feet. 7 They part my I garments a | mong them: and cast I lots up | on my I vesture. 8 But be not Thou far from me, 0'= Lord: (cr) 0 my strength haste * Thee to | help * = | me. 302, 9 Thy rebuke hath broken my heart, I am I full of I heaviness: I looked for some to have pity on me, but there was no man, neither found I I any * to comfort I me. 10 They gave me | gall to I eat: and when I was thirsty they gave me vine I gar to I drink. Soft G. 0. Diaps. coupled. mf 11 Sacrifice and meat-offering, Thou wouldest l not: but mine I ears = hast Thou I open'd. 12 Burnt-offerings and sacrifice for sin hast Thou I not re | quired: Then said I, I Lo I I come. 13 In the volume of the book it is written of me, that I should fulfil Thy will, I 0 my I God: I am content to do it, yea, Thy law I is with l in my I heart. G. 0. Glory be to the Father, I and * to the Son: and | to the I Holy Ghost: As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever l shall be: world without l end *~ A * = men. FLINTOFF. 3 - - - 303.

Page  71 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. 71 ro be nng inMstead of the " VENITE EXULTEIMUS DOMINO," when one of the " TEN SELE TONS " s to follow instead of the Psalms, as in the Table. 3048 BATTISHILL. 305 DuPrus.. - I I i irr21- zI1: T__r.-I.- - ----- 1- I DT —: ----: j.- - 7 Ii, From PSALM XXIV., XLVII. G. 0. Full Swell. F T IFT up your heads 0 ye gates, and L1 be ye lift up, ye ever | lasting | doors: and the King of | glory | shall come | in. (Shut.) p 2 Who is the I King of | glory: (f) the Lord strong and mighty, even the [ Lord * == mighty * in | battle. G. 0. Swell. f 3 Lift up your heads 0 ye gates, and be ye lift up, ye ever | lasting I doors: and the King of | glory | shall come | in. p 4 Who is the I King of I glory: (f) even the Lord of hosts, I He * is the King of I glory. G. O. Prin. f 5 0 clap your hands together, | all ye I people: shout unto God | with the | voice of I triumph. 6 For the Lord most high | is = | 306. terrible: He is a great King | over I all the | earth. 7 God is gone up I with a shout: the Lord | with the | sound * of a | trumpet. 8 Sing praises to God, | sing * = praises: sing praises unto our King, sing *= prais * = es. 9 God reigneth j over * the j heathen: God sitteth upon the throne of His holi I ness. 10 The princes of the people are gathered together, even the people of the I God of I Abraham: for the shields of the earth belong unto God, He is greatly * ex alt * - ed. F Glory be to the Father, and * to the [ Son: and | to the | Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever shall be: world without end *= A *= men. ROGERS. 307. _ + W. -...H

Page  72 72 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. cSartit untraV& To be sung instead of the " VENITE, EXULTEMUS DOMINO," when one of the " TEN SELECTIONS" is tofollow instead of the Psalms, as in the Table. 308. REIAULT. 309. YOUNa. I-8 -; From PSALMS II, LXVIII. G. 0. Prin. F T WILL declare the decree, the Lord lhath | said 'unto | me: Thou art My Son, this day have I I be I gotten I Thee. 2 Desire of Me, and I shall give Thee the heathen for I Thine in I heritance: and the utmost parts of the i earth for I Thy pos I session. Swell. 3 Be wise now therefore, O ye I kings: be instructed, ye I judges l of the I earth. (Dim.) p 4 Serve the Lord with fear: and re l joice with trem * = bling. G. 0. coupled to Swell Reeds. f 5 Sing unto God, sing praises I to His I Name: extol Him that rideth upon the heaveAs by His Name JAH, and re I joice be I fore *= I Him. Swell, 6 Thou O God, sentest a gracious rain upon | Thine in I heritance: and refreshedst I it when I it was I weary. G. 0. 7 The Lord I gave the I word: great, was the company of I those that I publish ~ ed I it. Swell. 8 Though ye have lain among the pots, yet shall ye be as the wings of a 310. dove I covered with I silver: and her feathers ' with l yellow I gold. G. 0. full 9 Thou hast ascended on high, Thou hast led captivity captive, Thou hast received | gifts for I men: yea for the rebellious also, that the Lqrd God might I dwell a mong = I them. 10 Blessed be the Lord, who daily loadeth us with I bene I fits: even the God of I our sal va'= | tion. 11 Sing unto God, ye kingdoms I of the l earth: O sing I praises I unto the l Lord. 12 To Him that rideth upon the heaven of heavens which I were of I old: lo, He doth send out His voice, yea, and I that a [ mighty i voice. 13 Ascribe ye strength unto God, His excellency is over I Isra I el: and His I strength is I in the I clouds. 14 0 God, Thou art terrible out of Thy I holy I places: the God of Israel is He that giveth strength and power unto His people, I blessed I be = l God. F Glory be to the Father, | and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and J ever shall be: world without end' A'= lmen. DAVY. T - I I I __ 311L. <_3 II.Z0 a,............,2,2

Page  73 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. (onwarration of C&otiretf. MONK. 313.,,!. I.. 73 BATTISHILL. - - -^-l^-^ -e-f I- --- f H~ __ _aI PSALM XXIV. Full Swell. G. 0. Prin. full 7 Lift up your heads O ye gates, and THE earth is the Lord's, and all be ye lift up, ye ever [ lasting [ doors: that I therein [ is: the compass of and the King of I glory shall come I in. the world, and | they that I dwell (Shut) there I in. p 8 Who is the | King of I glory: (f) 2 For He hath founded it up on.. it is the Lord strong and mighty, even the seas: and prepared it up on the Lord = mighty * in 1 battle. the | floods. Choir. Swell. p 3 Who shall ascend into the hill | of full 9 Lift up your heads O ye gates, and the | Lord: or who shall rise up | in be ye lift up, ye ever i lasting | doors: His | holy I place? and the King of I glory I shall come I in. 4 Even he that hath clean hands, and (Shut.) a I pure * = I heart: and that hath not p 10 Who is the I King of I glory: (f) lift up his mind unto vanity, nor G. o. even the Lord of hosts I He is the I sworn | to de I ceive his I neighbour. King of | glory: 5 He shall receive the blessing | from F G the I Lord: and righteousness from e th e F I Son: and to the I Holy Ghst God of | his sal | vation. the 1 Son: and I to the i Holy I Ghost; 6 This is the generation of I them As it was in the beginning, is now, that I seek Him; even of them that | and ever I shall be: world without seek thy I face, O | Jacob. end = A = men. 314, BUCK. 315, ZI-'D

Page  74 74 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. 3uStStution otf fmtnttrc. 316. BROW. _. I I I - 'I -1 I I I I I _ __ _j ] I ] /~~~~ _a_ -- - _ -,' ~. I..-e Ap - _e2_~ ~^ I I I^:^ ^ 251 <-.~'__ Ic' & & 317. TERYT. f -,1,- I -I - I I -_I-z J -h e C e ce I d a J lh iFrift"-Fs p- - S t a ll i LAUDATE NOMEN. G. 0. F [ PRAISE the Lord, laud ye the Narme I of the I Lord: praise it, 0 ye I servants I of the I Lord. 2 Ye that stand in the I house of* the I Lord: in the courts of the house of I our - = God. 3 0 praise the Lord, for the | Lord is I gracious: 0 sing praises unto His [ Name for l it is I lovely. 4 The Lord is gracious, and I merci | ful: long-suffering, | and of I great *= I goodness. 5 The Lord is loving unto eve' ry I man: and His mercy is I over i all His I works. 6 All Thy works praise Thee, I 0 * = Lord: and Thy saints give l thanks * = unto I Thee. 7 The Lord doth build up Je I rusa | lem: and gather together the out casts of I Isra I el. Choir. dim 8 He healeth those that are I broken * in I heart: and giveth medicine to I heal their I sick ~ = j ness. 318. _ LI Soft G. 0. 9 The Lord's delight is in them that I fear Him: and put their trust * in His I mercy. (Cres.) 10 Praise the Lord, 0 Je I rusa l lem: praise thy I God 0 | Si *= | on. 11 For He hath made fast the i bars of * thy l gates: and hath blessed thy l children * with I in * = l thee. ASwell. 12 He maketh peace I in thy I borders: (cr) and filleth thee I with the [ flour of I wheat. 13 He is our God, even the God of whom I cometh * sal I vation: God is the Lord, by I whom * we es I cape *_ death. G. o. f 0 God, wonderful art Thou in Thy I holy I places: even the God of Israel, He will give strength and power unto His people, I blessed I be = I God. f Glory be to the Father, and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy l Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and l ever I shall be: world without l end = I A * = i men. CoOKE. < I., L1 rI e- i ^T, I.lF 3 319. K'

Page  75 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. 75 320 WEBB. 3211 CE. 1'oVV _ * _ * _. _?- L- --. _ - * __ ' i - i —.. I I I OUSELEY. -FT S. LUKE, i: 46. G. 0. Prin. F ''Y soul doth magni I fy the I Lord: L and my spirit hath re | joiced * in God my | Saviour. mf 2 For He | hath re I garded: the lowii | ness of | His hand | maiden. Diaps. coupled. 3 For be I hold from | henceforth: all gener | ations * shall | call me | blessed. 4 For He that is mighty hath I magni fied me: and I holy I is His Name. Swell (closed). p 5 And His mercy is on I them that fear Him: through | out all | gener ations. p6e eng.) 6 He hath showed strength I with 323, Brown 04 3 BROWN. I_ -sL - i- I I -itl- __ His | arm: He hath scattered the proud in the imagin | ation I of their I hearts. 7 He hath put down the mighty from their I seat: and hath ex I alted ~ the I humble ~ and I meek. 8 He hath filled the hungry with good= | things: and the rich He hath I sent = empty * a I way. Choir. p 9 He remembering His mercy, hath holpen His servant | Isra el: as He promised to our forefathers, Abraham ( and his I seed for I ever. G. 0. f Glory be to the Father, I and * to the I Son: and I to the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever I shall be:world without I end' = [ A = men. NARES.

Page  76 76 OCCASIONAL ANTHEMS. BARRY. 327. 11.l 326. BLOW. Nt-8- -Thu ~~e-~4 —I Iw,a ~~~d -S- -0- -S — - -Vs- a 8 -0 - I I 328. ANON. 329. MEDLEY. 330. GARRETT. 9 ~ - ~ -1 331. NO; ---a e S. LUKE, ii: 29. Choir or Swell. MF lORD, now lettest Thou Thy servant Lde I part in I peace: ac I cording I to Thy I word. 2 For mine I eyes have I seen: Thy I pia='sal I va'== I tion, 3 Which Thou hast pre I pared: before the I face of I all, = I people; 4 To be a light to I lighten - the I Gentiles: and to be the glory of Thy I people I Isra I el. G. 0. F Glory be to the Father, I and ~ to the I Son: and Ito the I Holy I Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever shall be: world without I end = I A = I men. 332. ~ ---- — ~ ----1 I

Page  77 HOLY COMMUNION. 77 3336 ANCIENT CHANT. 1-9. Lord, have mercy up - on us, and incline our hearts to.......... keep this law. hearts (p) we be - - 33, o GILBERT. I After 9 Commandments. _ Lord, have mer- cy up - on us, and in - cline our hearts to keep this law. mf _7_ I-: $-! - I After the 10th Commandment. \ S.....= - -s =: -- - '-D=' — - -::- ~us, and write all these Thy laws in our hearts, we be - seech Thee. 335O GONOD. | After 9 Commandments. _ L Lord, have mer - cy up - on us, and in-cline our hearts to keep this law. After the 10th Commandment. Piu lento. — T -T us and write all these Thy laws in oulr hearts, we be - seech Thee. ~4 L — '-1 I K. —I -—.-.. -- i ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.......' ' - - -l - I.!_ I ' lZ 2_l

Page  78 78 HOLY COMMUNI01r. 336. A.o. Afler 9 Commandments. Lord,have mer - cy up - on us, and in-cline our hearts to keep this law. fterthe 10th Commandment. Slower. us, and write all these Thy laws in our hearts, we be - seech Thee. 337. THOMPSON. b 1 After9 Commandments. Lord,have mer-cy up - on us, and in - cline our hearts to ~- -- - a I After the 10th Commandment. K keep this law. Lord, have mer - cy up - on us, and write all these Thy laws in our hearts, we be - seech Thee. _. _ __ _ _ _ _, -- __

Page  79 HOLY COMMUNIO2V. 79 338. BEETHOVEN. 1-9. Lord, have mercy up-on us, and incline our hearts to keep this law. 10. Lord, have mercy up - on us, and write all these he Thy laws in our ts hearts, we be-seoch Thee. Thy laws in our _, —I- I,_ - -- _._ _s 33 FRENcH LITANY. I After 9 Commandments. Lord,have mer-cy up- on us, and in-cline our hearts to keep this law. i — -__ — 1 I After the loth Commandment. _ _ _ CI-.-' ",. u - -e — ' tand write all these Thy laws in our hearts, we be - seech Thee. - zz}fl,,_4 -- - - _ J 340 MENDELSSOHN. _ Afjer 9 Commandments. Lord, have mer-cy up - on us, and incline our hearts to keep this law. ____ _ _ ~_~-_~ After the 10th Commandment.. __ _in —z —z - J I ] z ---, -,us, and write all these Thy laws in our hearts, we be - seech Thee... ~~ —.: f_-f._ ~ -~ - ~-.=-_ — -f-! =-F.

Page  80 80 HOL Y COMMUNION. 341. LM After 9 Comm iandinents. Lord,have mer -cyihave mer-cy up -on us, and in - chne our hearts to 4 I le I -e f-* ~~ I ~After thel10th Commandment. __ keep this law. Lord, have mer-cy, have mner - Cy up-on us, aind write all __6_Pp._6-1 zP ~ zir~z~ F E _ these Thy laws in our hearts, Thy laws in our hearts, we be-seech Thee. -- — i.-# - A 3"102 ARNOLD. 342. IAjter'9 Commandments. Lord,have mer - cy up - on us, and in-clime our hearts to keep this law.!Af747 rihe loth Cornmandment. cl on us, and write all these Thy laws in our hearts,we be -seech Thee.

Page  81 HOLY COMMUNION. Ugrie 2ef(oHn 81 GRIFFITHS. p o W>- m -> - - - -<- - 1-2-g1 p 1-9. Lord, have mercy up - on us, and incline our................. hearts to keep this law. 10. Lord, have mercy up - on us and write all these Thy laws in be - eech... Thee our hearts we be - seech a4 _HODGES. 344, Afer 9 Commandments. ' mp-&- c dim - Lord, have mer - cy up - on us and in - cline our hearts to keep this law. I cr dim After the 10th Commandment. on - us, and write all these Thy laws in our hearts, we be - seech Thee.! _ cr PP_ 34. SCHUBERT. After 9 Commandments. hearts........to O"~ - - -P c - Lord, have mer- cyup -on...... us, and ine our heartstokeep, to keep this law. _Irp -Hp _ -!t —L< 1!t&- -~' P -- hearts to Afler the loth Comnmandment. r,, we be seech A ---F -- II -?- r - T - us, and write all these Thy laws in our hearts, we beseech, be - seech Thee. P I --, ' ____ ___ - ___ —tj.....~~~~w b e.p~. l - t - -- " see.. ch I" i we we be - seech