A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs: in two parts, part I. containing the hymns; part II. containing the songs...(3rd ed. corr. and enl. by author)

Editor: William Parkinson, A. M.
Publisher: John Tiebout, New York, 1817
Denomination: Baptist
Language: English
Notes: Several pages are missing from the page scan.
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S.LXXIIILord, I am vile!--what shall I say?Page Scan
S.LXXIVFor a season call'd to partPage Scan
S.LXXVGuide me, O thou great Jehovah!Page Scan
S.LXXVICome all ye mournful soulsPage Scan
S.LXXVIIOh! Jesus, my SaviourPage Scan
S.LXXVIIIWhen converts first begin to singPage Scan
S.LXXIXFarewell, dear friends, I must be gonePage Scan
S.LXXXDearest Lord, thou hast commandedPage Scan
S.LXXXILord, before we leave thy templePage Scan
S.LXXXIILord, to thy love at length I yieldPage Scan
S.LXXXIIIFrom Egypt lately freedPage Scan
S.LXXXIVMy soul, now arisePage Scan
S.LXXXVNay, I cannot let thee goPage Scan
S.LXXXVIHow lost was my conditionPage Scan
S.LXXXVIIHow tedious and tasteless the hoursPage Scan
S.LXXXVIIII think my table richly spreadPage Scan
S.LXXXIXTell me no more of earthly toysPage Scan
S.XCMy heart and my tongue shall unite in the praisePage Scan
S.XCII long to behold him array'dPage Scan
S.XCIIJerusalem! my happy homePage Scan
S.XCIIICome, brethren and sisters that love my dear LordPage Scan
S.XCIVHark how the gospel trumpet sounds!Page Scan
S.XCVCome you that know the Lord indeedPage Scan
S.XCVIRise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
S.XCVIIHow happy's ev'ry child of gracePage Scan
S.XCVIIIListed into the cause of sinPage Scan
S.XCIXWandering pilgrims, mourning ChristiansPage Scan
S.CThe reason we love friendshipPage Scan
S.CII am a stranger here belowPage Scan
S.CIIFrom whence this fear and unbeliefPage Scan
S.CIIIFar above yon glorious ceilingPage Scan
S.CIVI'm tir'd with visits modes, and formsPage Scan
S.CVO when shall I see Jesus and reign with him abovePage Scan
S.CVIMy soul's full of glory, inspiring my tonguePage Scan
S.CVIIThat glorious day is drawing nighPage Scan
S.CVIIICome my soul, and let us tryPage Scan
S.CIXAttend ye saints, and hear me tellPage Scan
S.CXWhat think you of Christ, is the testPage Scan
S.CXIHow happy's ev'ry child of gracePage Scan
S.CXIISaved by grace I live to tellPage Scan
S.CXIIICome and taste along with mePage Scan
S.CXIVO may it be my lot to seePage Scan
S.CXVOur souls by love together drawnPage Scan
S.CXVIHail, sovereign love, that first beganPage Scan
S.CXVIIO how I have longed for the presence of GodPage Scan
S.CXVIIIFrom the regions of love, lo, an angel descendedPage Scan
S.CXIXWhat poor despised companyPage Scan
S.CXXAlmighty love inspirePage Scan
S.CXXIThere is a Heaven above the skiesPage Scan
S.CXXIIThroughout the Saviour's life we tracePage Scan
S.CXXIIIMercy, O thou Son of DavidPage Scan
S.CXXIVHead of thy church triumphantPage Scan
S.CXXVAh! lovely appearance of deathPage Scan
S.CXXVIOn earth the song beginsPage Scan
S.CXXVIIBrethren, while we sojourn herePage Scan
S.CXXVIIIForbear, my friends, forbear, and ask no morePage Scan
S.CXXIXThrough all the world belowPage Scan
S.CXXXCome all ye dear believersPage Scan
S.CXXXIYe weary heavy laden soulsPage Scan
S.CXXXIIJesus, while he dwelt belowPage Scan
S.CXXXIIIO thou in whose presence my soul takes delightPage Scan
S.CXXXIVCome, we that love the LordPage Scan
S.CXXXVUp to the field where angels liePage Scan
S.CXXXVIEarth has engrossed my love too longPage Scan
S.CXXXVIIBegin the third of MatthewPage Scan
S.CXXXVIIILong with doubts and fears surroundedPage Scan
S.CXXXIXJesus, Master, O discoverPage Scan
S.CXLIn Jordan's tide the Baptist standsPage Scan
S.CXLIThus it became the Prince of gracePage Scan
S.CXLIIHappy souls, who feel salvationPage Scan
S.CXLIIILo he comes with clouds descendingPage Scan
S.CXLIVHe comes, he comes, to judge the worldPage Scan
S.CXLVWhat sound is this salutes my earPage Scan
S.CXLVIJohn, in a vision, saw the dayPage Scan
S.CXLVIIHark! hark the trump of GodPage Scan
S.CXLVIIIWhen thou my righteous Judge shalt comePage Scan
S.CXLIXIn three short moments death shall teach us morePage Scan
S.CLThe Son of Man they did betrayPage Scan
S.CLIFlow fast, my tears, the cause is greatPage Scan
S.CLIIAlong the banks where Babel's current flowsPage Scan
S.CLIIIAttend, my soul, the sacred pagePage Scan
S.CLIVLord, hear a burdened sinner mournPage Scan
S.CLVO how tedious the days when my Jesus delaysPage Scan
S.CLVILet thy Kingdom, blessed SaviorPage Scan
S.CLVIICome thou fount of every blessingPage Scan
S.CLVIIIKindred, and friends, and native landPage Scan
S.CLIXFarewell, my [dear] brethren in the LordPage Scan
S.CLXFarewell, my dear brethren, the time is at handPage Scan
S.CLXIJesus pardon all our folliesPage Scan
S.CLXIIThe glorious light of Zion is spreadingPage Scan
S.CLXIIIAfflictions, though they seem severePage Scan
S.CLXIVGod of my salvation, hearPage Scan
S.CLXVOn Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eyePage Scan
S.CLXVIStill out of the deepest abyssPage Scan
S.CLXVIIVital spark of heavenly flamePage Scan
S.CLXVIIIThou Giver of my life and joyPage Scan
S.CLXIXO thou the helpless orphan's hopePage Scan
S.CLXXWhen, O my Jesus! Saviour, whenPage Scan

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