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BOSTON HANDEL AND HATDN SOCIETY 

^oUtction of mmrch JDIusir j 

BEING A SELECTION OF THE MOST APPROVED 

PSALM AJyB HYMJY TUJVES; 

TOGETHER WITH SLANT BEAUTIFUL EXTRACTS FROM THE WORKS OF 

UATD^, MOZART, BEETHOVEN, AJS'D OTHER EMIJVEJ^T COMPOSERS. 

HARMONIZED FOR THREE AND FOUR VOICES, WITH A FIGURED BASE FOR THE ORGAN AND PIANO FORTE: 

M ■■ —Assembled men, lo the deep Orgran join, 

The long-resounding Toice, oft breaking^ clear, 
Al solemn pauses, through the swellins; Base ; 
And, ai each ming;ling flame increases each, 
In one imited ardour rise to Heaven !"—7'Aom«on. 



oEigljtft <eriition, toiti)^ aDDitionje; ano improtiemenw. 






PUBLISHED BY RICHARDSON AND LORD, No. 133, WASHINGTON-STREET. 

1S29. 



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DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS— TO wit: 

District CLEnK''3 Office. 

BE it remembered, that on the twenty-fifth day of May in the y'^\f°"'J-°'^.^' 
thousand eiRht hundred and tw.nty nine, in the fiftyth.rd year "[, 't'^, "^^^^^"^'"^^ 
of the Unit'ed States of America, Joseph Lewis, Secretary of the "/"d^' ?"d Ja^dn 
Society, of the said di.lrict, has deposited in this Office, the t.tle of a book, the r>ght 
whereof he claim? as proprietor, in the words lollowing, to wit: 

"The Boston Handel and Haydn Society Collection of Church M.-.c ; bemg a selec .o„ 
of the mostapi-roved Psalm and Hymn Tunes; together w,th many >^«»"»'f»' ^^'^^^'^-X™ 
the works of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and other emment composers. Harmonued ior 
three and four voices, with a Figured Base for the organ and p.ano forte. 

I' Assembled men, to the deep Organ jom, 

The long-resounding voice, oft breaking clear. 
At solemn pauses, through the swelling Base ; 
And, as each mingling flame increases each, 
In one united ardour rise to Heaven V'— Thomson. 
Seventh Edition, with additions and improvements ' 
In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, entitled, ' An act for the 

of lear i„;'by secnrin'g the copies o'f maps, charts and books, to «he authors and pro- 
pri tors of'suJh copies^during the times therein mentioned ; and ex endrn^ the benefits 
thereof to the arts of designing, engraving and etching hist^oncal^, and othe^r^F'"*^- 

Clerk of the District of Massachiueltt, 



PREFACE. 



THE Handel and Hatdn Society, having been instituted for the purpose of improving the style of Church Music, have felt it their 
duty to keep two objects continually in view ; the first to acquire and diffuse that style and taste in performance, without which even the most 
exquisite compositions lose their effect ; the second, what was indeed a necessary pre-requisite, to furnish the public with a selection of the 
most approved and useful compositions, from both ancient and modern authors. 

With regard to the first of these objects, they reflect with great pleasure upon the success which has attended their efforts. A visible im- 
provement has taken place in the style of singing, and consequently in the taste of the community. Not only the practice but the science 
and theory, have been the objects of great attention ; the increase of patronage has been commensurate with the increase of knowledge and 
fondness for the art : and the various collections of psalmody, and the number of editions to which some of them have passed, are sure and 
certain indications of increasing refinement in the public taste. 

Th«se favouratile appearances have animated the exertions of the Society, with regard to what they have mentioned as the second object 
of their attention. It is obvious that no collection of Sacred Music, can be so extensively useful in this country, as one of Psalmody. The 
only question which can arise therefore, is with respect to ihe peculiar advantages to be derived from that which is now presented to the 
public. 

The Handel and Haydn Society have certainly no disposition to detract from the merits of the respectable collections which are now in 
use ; and they wish to avoid any appearance of depreciating the efforts of those whom they consider as fellow-labourers for the promotion 
of a common benefit. They are highly gratified with the improvement in tlie selection and performance of Psalmody, which has, within the 
last few years, been made in the American Churches. But while much attention has been bestowed upon the selection of appropriate 
Melodies, it is evident that a correspondent attention has not been paid to correct Harmony. To remedy this defect, has been the special 
object of the Society in the present work. 



ir PREFACE. 

Many of the oldest and best Psalm Tunes, as Ihey were originally composed, were simple melodies ; and as the practice of singing meter 
psalms in public worship was only allowed, not enjoined in England, and was confined to the parish churches, it was not much attended to by 
the principal masters, who were chiefly engaged in the composition of Cathedral Music. When therefore the other parts were added to 
these simple melodies, meter psalmody being considered of minor importance, the harmonies were mostly added by inferior composers. And 
even when the harmonies were original parts of the composition, a beautiful air might be composed without any of that science which was 
necessary to direct with propriety the subordinate parts. 

Of late years however, a great change has taken place in the public sentiment with regard to the importance of psalmody, and this has of 
course called the attention of the most eminent masters in England to the subject. Several of them have been recently employed in harmo- 
nizing anew, many of the old standard airs, and also in selecting and adapting movements from the works of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beetho- 
ven, and other great masters, whose mighty talents have been displayed and acknowledged throughout Europe. 

The Society are fully aware of the cautious delicacy with which variations should be admitted into tunes, that by long use have become 
familiar and by the power of association with holy purposes have been in some measure sanctified. They have been careful therefore to 
retain in general, the airs of the several tunes unaltered ; but as the longest usage cannot reconcile science and correct taste with false har- 
mony, it has been found indispensably necessary to introduce changes into the accompanying parts. The leading part, hovrcTer, being unal- 
tered, the change will not be such as to shock even the most accustomed ear ; while the increased richness of the harmony cannot fail to 
increase the delight of every lover of Sacred Music. 

A method of indicating the precise time in which any piece of music should be performed, has long been considered a desideratum. The 
terms Adagio, Largo, Andante, Allegro, and others, commonly used to denote the time of music, are very indefinite. The proportions which 
Ihey bear one to another are undecided; composers, as to this point, differing from one another, and sometimes being inconsistent with 
themselves. And even if the proportions were decided, the actual degree of velocity denoted by any one of the terms would yet remain unde- 
termined. 

Malcolm, in his Treatise of Music, published in 1721, describes a machine invented by M. Loulie, a French Musician, for the purpose of 
measuring time by means of a Pendulum : and Rousseau, in his Dictionary, speaks of a similar instrument, called a Chronometer, ivhich ap- 
peared about 1750. But the machine most recently invented, and which now deservedly possesses the greatest celebrity, is Maeizel's 
Metronome, or Musical Time-Keeper. 

" The object of this invention is two-fold : 1st. It affords to the composers of every country the means of indicating, in a simple and deci- 
sive manner, the degree of quickness with which their works are to be executed. 2ndly, It accustoms the young practitioner to a correct 



PREFACE. V 

observance of time, which it beats with unerring precision, and according to any velocity required, during the whole performance."* Many 
of the most respectable composers in Europe, now mark their compositions, by this Metronome, and within a few years it has been employed 
in several publications of Sacred Music. 

To those patrons of the following work, who possess Maelzel's Metronome, it will be sufficient to say, that the time is marked at the com- 
mencement of nearly all the tunes, with a view to the use of that instrument. This notation of the time, however, will not be without its use 
to such as do not possess the Metronome. 

The degrees marked upon the Metronomic Scale, denote the number of vibrations performed by the Pendulum in one minute : hence if a 
tune be marked j* 80, or * 80, kc. the m-eaning is, that it is to be sung at the rate of 80 crotchets, or quavers, &c. per minute ; in which cas« 
we have only to adjust the sliding guage of the Metronome to the 80th degree of the scale, and the Pendulum will then perform 80 vibrations 
in a minute, or one vibration for every crotchet, or quaver, kc. Old Hundred, for example is marked •" 60, and of course is to be sung at 
the rate of 60 crotchets per minute, or one crotchet per second. In this tune there are 32 minims, equal to 64 crotchets : — allowing a pause 
of half a measure at the end of each line, which is in general a good rule, the time requisite for the performance of the tune will be 70 
seconds. It is evident therefore, that the exact time of any tune marked for the Metronome may be determined by the aid of a stop-watch 
with a second hand. 

The Society would not have it inferred that a tune ought, on all occasions, to be performed in the exact time here marked : for the time 
should necessarily be slower, when singing is performed by a congregation, than when it is performed by a choir ; and not so slow in the 
chamber, as in the church; and "Church Tunes, which are to be performed with a great variety of Hymns and Psalms, will require often 
very different movements."! 

In the general selection of the music and arrangement of the harmony, the Society are happy in acknowledging their obligations to Mr. 
Lowell Mason, one of their members, a gentleman whose musical science is highly honorable to American talent. 

The Society are far from thinking, that with all their care and advantages, they have produced a perfect work. Imperfection is the char- 
acteristic of every human effort ; and works of this nature especially will approach the ideal standard, only by a slow and gradual approxima- 
tion. They indulge the hope, however, that, in presenting to the public the following collection of Church Music, they contribute something 
toward the promotion of correct taste, and the improvement of an interesting and a delightful part of PUBLIC WORSHIP. 

• Jones's History of Music. f Tcmpli Carmina.' 



EXTRACTS FROM REVIEWS OF THE WORK. 

" It is a collection [Handel and Haydn Society] containing most of the old approved tunes whose melody or air is dignified, solemn, reve- 
rent, chaste, and every way suited to divine worship — harmonized judiciously upon the improved and essential principles of modern musical 
science. This is ground enough for commendation." " The harmony throughout is e.tecuted in the highest style of scientific accuracy and 
skill. But what is still more important, it has been written with a constant reference to the grand object of church music, the excitement of 
devotional feeling. It is emphatically religious harmony." — Christian Spectator, published at JVew-Haven. 

" We congratulate the friends of Church Music on the appearance of a book, containing a sufficient number and variety of tunes for public 
and private worship, harmonized with judgment, accuracy and elegance. Believing it to be calculated to improve the public taste in relation 
to psalmody, and to rescue this delightful part of public worship from its languishing state, we sincerely hope it may be generally adopted 
and become the standard of sacred music." — Christian Advocate, published at Philadelphia. ' 

" We feel fully assured, that the Handel and Haydn Collection is calculated to elevate the standard of sacred music, and to secure the object 
of it institution ; and we warmly recommend its introduction as a sure means of improving this part of the public services of relio-ion." 

Boston Telegraph, 

" After a thorough examination we are decidedly of the opinion, that clergymen and nlhers, who are desirous of improving the present 
state of sacred music, can employ no means so eftectual as the circulation of this admirable collection." — Boston. Recorder. 

" It is a work, containing one of the most complete Collections of Psalmody that ever was embodied." 

" It demonstrates the advancement of the Americans in Music." " Without pretending to have looked deeply into each of the tunes, con- 
tained in this volume, we can assert of the many we have examined, that they are well arranged, that tlie harmonies are faultless, and that 
the Devotional Character of both Music and Words has been attended to most strictly." — Hamwnicon, published at London. 

"The concurrent testimony of good judges, so far as we have had the opportunity of knowing, is, that the Selection of Melodies is singu- 
larly judicious and complete." — Missionary Herald. , 



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INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 



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OF THE STAFF. 
MUSIC is written upon five parallel lines, with (heir intermediate 
spaces. These lines and spaces are called a STAFF, and are counted 
upwards, from the lowest. 

EXAMPLE. 



Lines. 






Every line or space is called a degree : thus the Staff includes nine 
deo-rees, viz. five lines and four spaces. When more than nine de- 
crees are wanted, the spaces below and above are used ; and if a still 
greater compass is required, Leger Lines are added, either above or 

below the staff. 

EXAMPLE. 

■ Leger Lines above. 



Leger Lines below. 



The distance between any two degrees of the Staff is called an In- 
terval : as from the first line to the tirst space, or from the first to the 
second line, &c. 

OF THE REPRESENTATION OF MUSICAL SOUNDS UPON 
THE STAFF AND CLEFS. 
There are seven original pounds in music, and these are named 
from the first seven letters of the alphabet : viz. A, B, C, D, E, F and 



G. These letters representing the seven musical sounds are affixed 
to the several degrees of the staff in regular order : thus, for example, 
if A be on the first space, B will be on the second line, (the next de- 
gree above) C on the second space, &c. „„iuj 
Their application to the Staff is determined by a character called 

^ There are three Clefs: viz. the Base, orF Clef; the Tenor or C 
eief ; and the Treble, or G Clef The Base Clet alw^y^.^J'^""^'^^? 
is placed upon the fourth line of the staff, and is used for the lowest 
voices of men. 

EXAMPLE. 



The Tenor Clef always denotes C, and is placed either on the third 
1 fourth line of the Staff.* When placed upon the third line, it is 
illed the Alto, or Counter Tenor Clef, and is used for the highest 



or 

c 

voices of men 



EXAJIPLE. 



• This Clef is sometimes used upon the first, second, and fifth, as well as upon 
the third and fourth line of the StaiE, 



INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 



When placed upon the fourth line, it is called the Tenor Clef, and 
is uied for the middle Toices of men. 

EXAMPLE. 



The Treble Clef always denotes G, is placed npon the second line 
of the Staff, and is used for female voices. 

EXAMPLE. 



The following Example exhibits at one view the different Clefs with their relative situations : 



Treble. 



-C- 

AUo. ^ -B- L 

vail-'- ^ __. _«- _L- —. 






* Unison, or the same sound. 



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IX 



Id many late publications, the C Clef has been omitted, and the F 
and G Clefs only have been used ; the latter being appropriated to 
the Tenor and Alto as well as lo the Treble. This indiscriminate 
use of the G Clef, inasmuch as it exibits the harmony in a false 
point of light, is certainly calculated to embarrass and mislead both 
composer and performer : it is much to be regretted, therefore, thai 
its general prevalence in this country has created a sort of necessity 



of its admission into the present work. It should be observed, how- 
ever, that when the G Clef is used for Tenor or Alto, it denotes G 
an octave, or eight notes, lower than when used in its proper place ; 
viz. for the Treble. This will explain some apparently forbiddea 
progressions, as those intervals which apppear lobe a fifth above, are 
often in reality, a fourth below ; and vice versa. 



The following example will exhibit, at one view, the Clefs as used in this work, with their relative situations. 



Treble. 






Tenor and Alto. 






Base. 



-c- » 






liilliiiiillg^^iiilililliiiliiiiiiiiiJ 

• Unison. 
H. & H. 2 



X INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 

Asi it is of the greatest importance that (he situation of the letters upon the Staff, should be perfectly knoirn, the student is advised to 
commit to memory, with great care, the following Scale, or, ' 



GAMUT. 



Treble, Alto, and Tenor. 

— A — First leger line above. 
G First space above. 
F Fifdi line. 



Fourth space. 
-Fourth lifle. 



Third space. 
-Third line. 



G- 



Second space. 
-Second line. 



•E- 



First space. 
-First line 



D 

-C~ 



First spuce below. 
First leger line below. 



m 



Base. 



G 



— C — First leger line above. 

B First space above. 

-A Fifth line. 

Fourth space. 
-Fourth line. 



Third space. 
-Third line. • 



Second spare. 
-Second line. 



-G- 



First space, 
-First hue. 



F 
_E— 



First space btlow. 
First leger line below. 



OF NOTES AND RESTS. 

Notes are cbaracters written upon the Staff pxhibiling the onlpr 
and duration oilhe several musical sounds employed in a melody or 
tune. 

Rests are marks of silence.- 



There are six kinds of Notes, and an equal number of Rests in 
modern use, as follows : 



Semlbrere. Win'.m. Crnlchet, Q,uaver. Scmiquarer. Pemi'emiqaaveiv 

Notes 1Q--1 HpZZZ IffZZZ ZMZ-- ZW.--Z. Z*Z_Z 



Rests 



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X! 



The proportion which the diiTerent notes bear to each other is 
'^'exhibited in the follovviog table ; 



One Semibreve 



2 Minims 



ZDZ 



=P-P- 



is equal in duration to 



4 Crotchets 



8 Quavers 



— UULjLj — ' — P 



16 Semiquavers -gfe^fe^l^j — '-^'—\ — '-'-F"" " 



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Consequently one Minim is equal in duration to two Crotchets; one 
Crotchet to two Quavers ; one Quaver to two Semiquavers, &c. 

The Rests are equal in duration to their corresponding notes: thus 
a Semibreve Rest is equal to a Semibreve; a Minim Rest is equal to 
a Minim, kc. 

A Dot, after a note or rest, adds one half to its original length: 
thus, a dotted Semibreve, is equal in duration to three Minims; a 
dotted Minim to three Crotches, &c. 



EXAMPLE. 



-QTzir, 




A figure 3, placed over or under three notes, signifies that they 
are to be performed m the time of two notes of the same kind without 
the figure • thus, three crotchets, with the figure 3 over or under 
them, are to be performed in the time of two crotchets without the 
figure, &c. 

EXAMPLE. 

3 3 

A figure 6, placed over or under six notes, signifies that they are to 
be performed in the time of four notes of the same kind without th« 
fisrure. 



OF VARIOUS OTHER MUSICAL CHARACTERS. 



A Flat — fe— lowers a note half a tone. 



A Sharp. — #— raises a note half a tone. 



A Natural 



— Z ( restores a note made flat or sharp to its original 



m 



sound. 



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INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 



Flats or sharps placed at the beginning of a tune or strain are 
called a Signature. 

Flat?, Sharps or Naturals, when placed before a note are called 

Accidentals. 



A Bar -+2 's used to divide the notes into equal measures. 

* 

( denotes the end of a strain or 
( ment, or of a line of the poetry. 



— ]Z — -ll- ( denotes the end of a strain or move- 
A Double Bar ZiIz *"" — 4 J— ' ' ''- '' '' " 



A Pause, /i\ leaves the time of a note or rest to be protracted at the 

pleasure of the performer. 
Staccato Marks ' ' t i or • • • • are placed over such notes as are 

to be performed in a short and distinct manner. 






A Brace 



i shows how many parts belong to a score, or 



' are to be performed together. 






EXAMPLE. 



Written, 
I 1 



Sung. 



A Su R, or Tie, 1^^ is drawn over or under so many notes as are 
to be sung to one syllable. 

:s: 

. „ -HZ Z~-Z i shows what part of a tune is to be sung 

A Repeat, -±- or -^- ^^^.^^ 

• _ _ ^- 

A Crescento ^ — signifies a gradual increase of sound. 

A Diminuendo "--- signifies a gradual decrease of sound. 

i signifies a gradual increase and decrease of 
A Swell, ,^-~-~, ^ gp^„j_ 



iEEEEEEEfE|E^EfE^^izre=:M-f=l 

!_p — p_p_p — I — ^—2: — ^ tj, gp -■ 

~~r i is employed at the end of a staff, to show the place 
A Direct, -5^ | of the first note upon the following Staff. 

A Shake, tr is an ornament or grace, brilliant and elegant. It con- 
sists of a quick alternate reiteration of the note above, with that 
over which the character is placed, and usually ends with a turn 
from the note below. 



EXAMPLE. 



Sunt;. 



An Appogiature, or Leading Note, is a note of embellishment. Its 
chief office is to suspend the completion of the subsequent harmony, 
and thus to soften and smooth the effect of certain intervals. •' bor- 
rows its time from the succeeding note and is most frequently hall its 
duration. It always occurs on an accented part of a measure. 



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EXAMPLE. 



Written. 




iPieiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiii 

Performed. or. 



:=ferlizt=S=i-rE=fe:M 

or, 

Mifzp"|fz5z-]J 



An After Note is also a note of embellishment. It borrows its 
time from the preceding note, and always occurs on an unaccented 
part of a measure. 



Written. 



EXAMPLE. 




Performed. 



i4:iS=[ 



M=Mml 



As the insertion of the Appogiature and After Note is a matter of 
taste, no definite rule can be given for their performance, which must 
vary ac.cortling to the expression of the passage. They are usually 
written in ii i^nialler character than common notes, to show that they 
do not properly belong to the chord in which they appear ; by which 
means a visible breach of the laws of harmony is "avoided. 



Syncopated or Driving Notes, are those which commence on an 
unaccented, and are continued, on an accented part of a measure. 

EXAMPLE. 



EIE^E 




OF SOLMIZATION. 

SoLMizATioN, or SoLFAiNG, is the application of certain syllables to 
musical notes. It enables the young practitioner to utter the sound 
of a note with fulness and freedom, and assists him to secure n correct 
intonation. By associating the idea of the several syllables used, with 
their corresponding sounds, he becomes" familiar with the exact rela- 
tion which one note bears to another, and acquires the power of 
expressing those notes with ease and certainty. 

The syllables usually adopted in Solmization, are either 
Fa, Sol, La, Fa, Sol, La, Mi ;* or. 
Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si.t 

* Pronounced Faw, Sol, Law, Faw, SnI, Law, Mee. 
t Pronounced Doe, Rae, Mee, Faw, Sol, Law, See. 



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In the latter method {Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si) the first six syl- 
lables are dependent upon Si, and the situation of this syllable is de- 
termined by the Signature according to the following rule : 

If the Signature be Natural Si is on B 

If the Signat-ure be one Flat (B b) Si is on E 

If the Signature be two Flats (B b and E b) Si is on A 

If the Signature be three Flats (B b, E b and A b) Si is on D 
If the Sign-.'.jre be four Flats (B b, E b, A b and B b) Si is on G 

If the Signature be one Sharp (F-*-) Si is on F* 

If the sig^nature be two Sharps (F* and C#) Si is on C* 

If the Signature be three Sharps (F#, C* and G*) Si is on G* 

If the Signature be four Sharps (F#, C*, G# and D*) Si is on D* 

Sibping found — above it are Dn, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, in regular 
order ; below it are La, Sol, Fa, Mi, Re, Do. 



INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 



In the former method (Fa, Sol, La, Fa, Sol, La, Mi, ) the first six 
syllables are dependent upon Mi, and the situation of this syllable is 
determined by the Signature, according to the following rule : — 
If the Signature be natural Mi is on B 

If the Signature be one Flat (B b) Mis on E 

If the Signature be two Flats (B b and E b)Mi is on A 

If the Signature be three Flats (B b, E b and A b) Mi is on D 
If the Signature be four Flats (B b, E b, A b and D b) JWus on G 
If the Signature be one Sharp (F*) Mi is on F* 

If the Si;;nature be two Sharps (F* and C*) Mi is on C* 

If the Signature he three Sharps (F*, C* and G*) Mi is on G* 
If the Signature be lour Sharps (F*, C#, G# and D#) Mi is on D* 
Mi being found— above it are Fa, Sol, La, Fa, Sol, La, in regular 
order, below it are La, Sol, Fa, La, Sol, Fa. 



EXAMPLE. 



Base. 






-Q-n- 



__2ZD_e-„_-i; 



a: 



:§rj 



Ml, fa, sol, la, fa, sol, la, Ml, la, sol, fa, la, sol, fa, mi. 

SI, do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si, la, sol, fa, mi, re, do, si. 

Tenor, Alto, or Treble. 



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MI, fa, sol, la, fa, sol, la, mi, la, sol, fa, la, sol, fa, mi. 
SI, do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si, la, sol, fa, mi, re, do, si. 

From mi to fa, and from la to fa ; or from si to do, and from mi to 
fa, are semitones ; the rest are whole tones. 

To secure a perfect intonation, which is an essential quality of 
good singing, it often becomes necessary to change the syllables ap- 
plied to notes that are aflected by Accidentals. Various modes of 
effecting this change have been adopted by the most respectable 
teachers of vocal Music. Mr. Hastings, author of an able " Dis- 
sertation on Musical Taste,"* and of several other valuable musical 
publications, observes in his " Musical Reader," page 8, that " in 
general, when notes are to be raised by accidentals, the syllables ap- 
propriated to them may be altered by adding to their initials the let- 
ter i, in imitation of the syllable Mi. When accidentals are intended 
to depress or lower sounds, the syllable Fa may be used. Or in other 
words — when Fa, Sol, &.C. are sharped, they may be called Fi, Si, &c. 
(pronounced Fee and See,) and when JWi is flatted it may be called Fa. 
When the effect of Naturals is to elevate notes, their appropriated 

* This work should be in the hands of every one who is desirous of acquiring 
a correct taste, or style of performance. 



INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 



syllables may be altered as in the case of sharps ; but when they are 
to depress them, Ihe syllable Fa may be u^ed. 

Another method of producing correct intonation where Accidentals 
are used, is to consider and treat them as occasional changes of Sig^- 
nature ; thus, if in a tune whose oricjinal Signature is B Hal, the E 
becomes fiat by an Accidental, the Sii^nature for 'he time being, may 
be considered as consisting of two flats, and Ihe Mi (Si) transferred 
to A. When an accidentMl C sharp occurs after the Signature of one 
sharp, the Mi (Si) while the Accidental continues, may be removed 
to C sharp, &;c " 

But although either of these methods may be generally adopted 
with success, chromatic passages* will sometimes occur, especially 
in modern music, to which it will be almost impossible to apply any 
sjsttm of Solmization, and in the performance of which it may be 
proper to substitute the open vowel A, as in/ar, or as in fall, in place 
of the syllables in common use. 



OF TIME. 

By Time in music, is meant the duration and regularity of sound. 
There are two kinds of time: viz. Common, or EquAL, and Triple, or 
Unequal. Common time contains two equal notes in each measure, 
as two minims, two crotchets, two dolled crotchets, &.c. Triple time 
contains three equal nntns in each measure, as three minims, three 
crotchets, three dolled crotchets, &LC. 

Simple Common Time, has three sign 

^contains one semibre 

The first, 



^contains one semibreve, or its equal in other notes 
22 7 ^T rests, in a measure. It has four motions, or beats, 



^^ i and is accented on the first and third parts of a 
' measure. 

* That is, such passages as are affected by Accidentals. 



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EXAMPLE. 

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( contains one semibreve, or its eqoal in other 
The Second S^ 5 notes or rests, in a measure: it has two motions, 
' 5 ) "'' '"^"V"' ^""^ '* generally accented on the first 
V,t>art of a measure. 




The third, 



^ r (which is also called Half Time,) contains one minim, 
;^\ or its equal in other notes oi rests, in a measure. 
— \ It is beat and accented as the former. 



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Simple Triple Time, has three signs: 

r contains three minims, or their equsl in other notes 

gr ^ or rests, in a measure. It has three notions or beats, 
" and is accented principally on t' " 
on the third part of a measure. 



The first, 



^ iand^s accented ^Principally on the first, and slightly 



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The second, 



EXAMPLE. 

} 23 J_ 2 3_ 

^ C contains Ihree crotchets, or their equal in any 
^ < other notes or rests, in a measure. It is beat and 
3 ^ accented as the former. 

EXAMPLE. 

1^3 I 2 3 




The third. 



S 



' contains three quavers, or their equal in other notes 
or rests, in a measure. It is beat and accented as 
the former. 



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Compound Common Time has two signs in common use > 



The first, 



'contains two dotted minims, or their equal in other 
I notes or rests, in a measure. It has two motions, 
^ j or beats, and is accented on the first and fourth parts 
f of a measure. 



EXAMPLE. 

1 2 1 



The second. 



SC contains two dotted crotchets, or their equal in 
„ { other notes or rests, in a measure. 



25 (accented, as the former. 
EXAMPLE 

1 2 1 



It is beat and 




Compound Triple Time, has several signs ; as f , |, -fg, &c. 

They are found in the works of Correlli, Handel, and others ; but 
seldom occur in modern music. 

The semibreve (now the longest note in common use) is made the 
general standard of reckoning : therefore, when figures are employed 
as signs of time, those figures express the fractional parts of a semi- 
breve contained in each measure: as |, three crotchets, or three 
fourths of a semibreve ; |, three quavers, or three eighths of a semi- 
breve, &c. 

A semibreve rest is used to fill a measure in all signs of time. 

On the subject of beating time, Dr. Arnold makes the follnwingf 
remark : — " I am by no means an advocate for the smallest motion 
or gesticulation, either with the hand, fool, or head, when a per- 
former once begins to play with any degree of exactness ; but, at the 
commencement, it is absolutely necessary that the right hand should 
be taught to make the beats in every measure, till it becomes to the 



JINTTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 



pupil what the pendulum is to the clock, which is to keep it regular 

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aad ia exact motion 



OF THE DIATONIC SCALE AND MAJOR AND MINOR MODES. 

The natural scale of music is called Diatonic, and is a gradual suc- 
cession of eight regular sounds, including five whole tones and two 
semitones. The whole doctrine of melody or (une, depends on 
rightly understanding the application of the two semitones and their 
places in the scale. These vary according to the Mode. 

There are two modes, Major and Minor. In the Major, the semi- 
tones are always found (ascending from the Tonic or Key note) be- 
tween the third and fourth, and between the seventh and eighth 
notes. The only natural series of this Mode is that which com- 
mences with C. 

Example of the Diatonic Scale in the Major Mode of C-. 



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Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do. 



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In the Minor, the semitones are found between the second and 
bird, and between the fifth and sixth notes. The only natural series 
»f this Mode is that which commences with A. 

Example of the Diatonic Scale in the Minor Mode of A. 



La, SI, Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La. 
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In the Major Mode the series of sounds are the same, both in as» 
ccnding and decending ; but in the Minor Mode the ascending scale 
and the descening scale differ. Jn the ascending scale of the Minor 
Mode, the seventh is raised a semitone as the proper Leading Note 
to the Octave. This leaves the interval, between the sixth and 
seventh, a tone and a half; but as the Diatonic scale must consist of 
tones and semitones only, the sixth is also sharped, by which means 
this harsh Interval (the extreme sharp second) is avoided. Thus the 
ascending scale of the Minor Mode is artificial, and is formed with 
two notes altered from the Signature. 

But in the descending scale the seventh is depressed a semitone to 
accommodate the sixth, and the natural scale of the Signature re- 
mains unaltered. 

Example of the Ascending and Descending Scale in the Minor 

Mode. 



La, Si, Do, Re, Mi, Ft, Si, La, La, Sol, Fa, Mi, Re, Do, Si, La. 



But the note which determines the Mode to be either Major or 
Minor, and which constitutes the principal difference between the 
two, is the Third. By the arrangement of the Semitones in the two 
Mnde«, it is evident that the third of the Major Mode, as (roni Do to 
Mi, is comparatively gre«f, and the third of the Minor Mode, as Irom 
Im to Do, is of course coinjjaralively small ; the former consisting of 
two tones, and the latter ronsi.'ting ot one tone and one semitone : 
and it is chiefly to this difference of the thirdia the two modes, ibat we 
are to attribute the effect peculiar to each ; the Major Mode being 
cheerful and vigorous, and the Minor Mode being plaintive and languid. 



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As these two series of tones and semitones form the constituent 
characteristics of the two modes, Major and Minor, it follows that 
upon whatever note or pitch either of these series begins, the same 
proportion and order of Intervals must be strictly observed. Hence 
the utility of flats and sharps. If, for instance, we begin with G, 
instead of C, and from it form the Diatonic Scale in the Major Mode, 
the seventh, or F, will require to be raised, by a sharp, one semitone. 



Example of the Diatonic Scale in the Key ofG Major. 




Do, Re, Mi, Ta, Sol, La7~Si, ^Z 

Or if we begin with F, and from it form- the Diatonic Scale, in the 
Major Mode, the fourth, or B, will require to be depressed, by a flat, 
one semitone. 



Example of the Diatonic Scale in the Key ofF Major. 



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Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do. 

^ Or if we begin with E, instead of A, and from it form the Diatonic 
Scale, in the Minor Mode, the second, or F, will require to be raised, 
by a sharp, one semitone. 

Example of the Diatonic Scale in the Key of E Minor. 



La, Sol, Fa, Mi, Re, Do, Si, La. 



Or if we begin with D, and from it form the Diatonic Scale, in th/e 
Minor Mode, the sixth, or B, will require to be depressed, by a flat, 
one semitone. 



Example of the Diatonic Scale in the Key ofD Minor. 




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La, Sol, Fa, Mi, Re, Do, Si, La. 

When the Major and Minor Mode agree with respect to their Sig- 
nature, they are denominated Relatives : thus, C Major is the Rela- 
tive of A Minor ; A Minor is the Relative to C Major ; G Major is 
the Relative to E Minor ; E Minor is the Relative to G Major, &c. 

The Relative Minor to any Major Key is its sixth above, or its 
third below ; and the Relative Major to any Minor Key is its third 
above, or its sixth below. 



OF THE QUALITIES OF THE SEVERAL NOTES WHICH 
COMPOSE THE DIATONIC SCALE. 

The seven notes (for the eighth is but a repetition of the first) 
which form the Diatonic Scale, in either Mode, are known by the 
following technical appellations, which are descriptive of their pecu^ 
liar character and relative situation, viz. 

The^rit, or Key J^ide, is called the Tonic, because it regulates the 
tune of the Octave, and upon it all the other notes depend. 

The second is called the SvFGiiTonic, from its being the next abore 
the Tonic* 



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XIX 



The third is called the Mediant, from its being midway between I 
the Tonic and the Dominant. It is the mosi importrtnt note in the 
Diatonic Scale, since upon it depends the nature of the Mode. 

The fourth, is called the Subdominant, from its sustaining the same 
relation to the Ocave, which the Dominant su«tams to the Tonic ; 
being a fifth from the Octave, as the Dominant is the fifth from the 
Tonic. 

The Jifth is called the Dominant, from its importance in the Scale, 
and its immediate connexion with the Tonic, 

The sixth is called the Submediant, from its being midway between 
the Tonic and the Subdominant. 

The seventh is called the Subtonic, or Leading Note, from its being 
immediately beneath the Octave, and because upon hearing it the 
ear naturally anticipates the Tonic. 

The last note in the Base is always the Tonic ; if it be Do it is the 
Major Mode, if it be La it is the Minor Mode. The Major Tonic is 
always the first degree above the last sharp, or the third degree 
below the last flat, of the Signature. The Minor Tonic is always 
the first desrree below the last sharp, or the second degree above the 
last flat, of the Signature. 



Minor Second; as from E to F, consisting of J 
one semitone. t 



OF DIATONIC INTERVALS AND THEIR INVERSION. 

By the unequal division of the Diatonic Scale, (which consists of 
tones and semitones,) lourteen Intervals are formed, which are as 
follows, viz : 

Unison. This cannot properly be called a 
Interval, although in composition it is consider 
ed and treated as $uch ; as C, C. 



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Major Second ; as from C to D, consisting of ) 
one tone. j 

Minor Third ; (called also the Jlat third or ) 
lesser third ;) as from E to G, consisting of one > 
tone and one semitone. ) 

Major Third ; (called also sharp third or ) 
greater third;) as from C to E, consisting of > 
two tones. ) 

Perfect Fourth ; as from D to G, consist- 1 
,ing of two tones and one semilome. ) 

Sa^RP Fourth ; (called also Tritonus ;) as 
from F to B, consisting of three tones. 

Flat Fifth ; (called also imperfect or false 
fifth ;) as from B to F, consisting of two tones 
and two semitones. 



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Perfect Fifth ; as from C to G, consisting > „ g^— — — ^- j 
of three tones and one semitone. \ '^' O J 



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Minor Sixth; as from E to C, consisting of > „ Qfr-p 3 

three tones and two semitones. \ —— J 



Major Sixth ; as from C to A, consisting 
four tones and one semitone. 



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Minor Seventh ; (called aho Jlat seventh ;) as ^ ?3|ZZ!— —--I 

from D to C, consisting of four tones and two > Ex. ^^-Q— '~zJ 

semitone*. ' 

V.uoR Seventh ; (called also sharp seventh ;) ^ — ^ ~ 

a«! from C to B, consisting of five tones and one 
semilone. 



Octave; as from C to C, consisting of five > £^_ t^ -— '"TT 



tones and two semitones. 






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The Diatonic Intervals are either Consonant or Dissonant. The 
Octave, Fifth, Fourth, Thirds, and Sixths, bein? agrppiihle lo the ear 
are called Consonant; and the Seconds, Sevenths, and Sharp Fourth 
being less pleasing are called Dissonant. 



When the lowest note of an Interval is placed an Octave higher, or 
when the highest note of an Interval is placed an Octave lower, such 
change is called Inversion. Thus bj' inversion a 



Second 

Third 

Fourth 
Fifth 



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OF THE CHROMATIC SCALE, CHROMATIC INTERVALS, &c. 

By a division of the Diatonic Scale, ascending by Sharps, and de- 
scending by Flafs, a scale is formed of Semitones only, which is called 
Chromatic. 

Example of the Chromatic Scale ascending by Sharps. 
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Example of the Chromatic Scale descending by Flats. 

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INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING. 



Here we have twelve distinct sounds, from each of which as a 
Tonic, by the use ol flats or sharps, we may form the Diatonic Scale 
in either mode. 

From this Scale are also derived the following Chromatic Intervals, 
viz : 



Extreme Sharp, or Superfluous, Unison; as > p ^ ~ 

fromCtoc#. S — r?-??r 

Extreme Sharp, or Superfluous, Second ; as > r. o; txx — ' 

from C to D#. (, ''^- — Z?Z~1 

Extreme Flat, or Diminished, Third ; as from > p ^15S ®Z 
D* to F. S 



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Extreme Flat, or Diminished, Fourth ; as > p Q'ZSSzSzj 

from D* to G. ] — Z_rzr53 

Extreme Sharp, or Superfluous, Fifth; as > p Qiz~Z_ZzJ 

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Extreme Flat, or Diminished, Sixth: as from > p„ ^ZHSZ — 

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Extreme Sharp, 
from Bb to G*. 



or Superfluous, Sixth; as 



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Extremp Flat, or Diminished, Seventh ; as 
from D* to C. 



Extreme Flat, 
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The Scaln is also subdivided into smaller Intervals called Dieses, 
or Quarter Tones, as from C* to Db ; or from G* to Ab, &c. and' 
thus dividefi, it is called the EKnARMoNic Scale. These distinction? 
however, although theoretically important, are of little practical' 
utility ; since upon keyed instruments, as the Organ, or Pianno Forte 
the extreme sharp second, is Ihe same as the Minor Third ; the ex- 
treme flat third is the same as the Major Second, &c. and the same 
key is used for C* and Db — G* and Ab, &c. 



I It is believed that, with the assistance of a judicious insfructer the 

i foregoing principles will be sufiicient for all the purposes of vocal 
performance. To such ai* wish to become acquainted with the The- 
ory of Music, Callcott's Musical Grammar, Kollman's Essay on Mu- 
sical Harmony, and the articles on Music in Rees' Cyclopedia, are 

. recommended as the best works which have been published in this 

i country. 



EXPLANATION OF MUSICAL TERMS. 



J*, sigrnifies in, for, at, with, &c. 

Adagio, {or Ado.) signifies the slowest time. 

Ad libitum, as you please. 

Affeltuoso, tender and affecting. 

Air, the leading part. 

Allegretto, a little brisk. 

Allegro, {or Alio.) brisk. 

Alto, {or Counter Tenor,) that part which lies 
between the Treble and Tenor. 

Amoroso, in a solt and delicate style. 

Andante, rather slow and distinct. 

Andantino, somewhat quicker than Andante. 

Animated, with spirit and boldness. 

Anthem, a composition for vocal music, the 
words of which are generally selected from 
the Psalms, and used in divine service. 

Ardito, bold and energetic. 

Assai, generally used with other words, to ex- 
press an increase, or diminution of the time 
of any composition ; as, Adagio assai, more 
slow ; Allegro assai, more quick. 

Base, the lowest part iu a harmony. 

Brilliante, signifies that the movement is to be 
performed in a gay, showy and sparkling 
style. 

Canon, a vocal composition in two or more 
parts, so constructed as to form a perpetual 
fugue. 

Cantahile, in a graceful, elegant and melodious 
style. 

Canto, {or Cantus,) the Treble. 

Qhonts, signifies that all the voices sing on 
their respeciive parts. 



Con, with ; as Con Spirito, with spirit. 

Crescendo, {or Cres.) to increase the sound. 

Da Capo, {or D. C.) to return, and end with 
the first strain. 

Diminuendo, to diminish the sound. 

Dolce, sweet and soft. 

Duo, {or Duetto,) two ; as two voices or in- 
struments. 

E, and ; as Moderato i Maestoso, moderate and 
majestic. 

Expressione, an expressive manner. 

Expressivo, with expression. 

Forte, {or For or F.) loud. 

Fortissimo, {or F. F.) very loud. 

Forzando, {or Fg) im{>lies that the notes over 
which it is placed are to be struck with 
particular force and held on. 

Fugue, a piece in which one or more parts 
lead, and the rest follow in regular intervals. 

Giusto, in an equal, steady and just time. 

Grave, {or Gravemente,) denoting a time slower 
than Largo, but not so slow as Adagio. 

Grazioso, a smooth, flowing and graceful style. 

Largo, somewhat quicker than Grave 

Larghetto, not so slow as Largo. 

Lamentevole, denotes that the movement over 
which it is placed is to be sung in a melan- 
choly style. 

Legato, signifies that the notes of the passage 
are to be performed in a close, smooth and 
gliding manner. 
Lento, very slow. 
Maestoso, with majesty, 



Moderato, moderately. 

Mezzo, half, middle, mean. 

Mezzo Forte, moderately loud. 

Mezzo Piano, rather soft. 

Perdendosi, signifies a gradual decreasing of 

time to the last note ; and a diminishing of 

tone, till entirely lost. 
Piano, {or Pia.) soft. 
Pianissimo, {or P. P.) very soft. 
Poco, little ; as Poco pin lento, a little slower ; 

Poco piu allegro, a little quicker. 
Qiwrtetto, Four voices or instruments. 
Quintetto, Five voices or instruments. 
Sempre, always, throughout ; as Sempre piano, 

soft throughout. 
Siciliano, a composition of f or f , to be per- 
formed slowly and gracefully. 
Solo, for a single voice, or instrument. 
Soprano, the Treble or higher voice part. 
Sostenuto, a word implying that the notes are 

to be sustained, or held on to the extreraitj 

of their lengths. 
Spirituoso, {or Con Spirito,) with spirit. 
Staccato, notes to be staccated must not be 

slurred, but performed in a distinct manner. 
Symphony, a passage for instruments. 
Tasto, no chords. 
Tempo, time. 

Trio, three voices or instruments. 
Tuiti, all ; a word used in contradistinction t« 

Solo. 
Verse, one voice to a part. 
Fivace, in a brisk and animated style. 



LESSONS FOR THE EXERCISE OF THE VOICE. 



G Major ascenending and descending. 



G Minor ascending and descending. 



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EEEiE^ElEiEiElEiEiElElEEiiEiE^E—iElE^ilE^E^Elii^ilEsl 






could I 



soar to worlds a - bove, 



The blest a - bode of peace aud love, 



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How glad - ly would I mount and 



fly. 



Oa an - gels* wings, to worlds on Jiigh ! 



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43 



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30 ,* 92. 



St. PETER'S. 



L. M. 



Harwood. 



l^^^Z 



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Tn Civl ih. .r.al. the fiv . *. blest. L«l woe. of hoD ■ ■ our be ed - drert ; 



Ta God (be great, the 



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er stands. Give 



him 



the 



thanks 



his 



love 



de - mands. 



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* 3 S S * 



•80. 

u Legato, 



JBOWEX. L. M. 



Haydn. 



31 



k 



Up to the fields where angels lie. And living waters gent - ly roll ; Fain would my thoughts ascend on high. But sin hangs heavy on my soul. 



466646 65 
3 3 5 43 



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4 
3 



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7 64 * 



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_ r 64. WINCHESTER. L. M. Dr. Croft 

My God, accept my early vows, Like morning incense, in thy house; And let my nightly worship ri*e. Sweet as the ev'ning sa-cri-fice 

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4, ^ 



6 6 6 5 6 



6 5 6 7 
43 45 



6 

4> 



66 6 7 



ISLINGTON. 



L. M. 



32 •"83. iaijir<itri.wj.-«. "• >"• ^^„„^ 






I 1 h- (- r- ■- „ . ^^^ \,n^\it world to which I 



l^iiiiiSi 




-O. 
go. 



This Ufe'3 a dream, an emp - ty snow, x^u ^___^ ^&^ ^ ^^^ -|— --J 






1^ 



6 i 



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me there. 



-±T^-^~r ■^.Z:tx 7ud' sin"-' cere. When shaU^I wake. When s^I^ waUe. and ^6n^ 



Hath joys 









76. 



STERLING. 



L. M. 



An Ancient Chant. 



93 



§Mmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 

conic, loud anthems iol us sing. Loud tlianks to Mir Al-ntigh - ty King ! I or we our voices hi};h should raise, \\ hen our saIvation*3 Rock we praise. 

j^5=t-rigj ®ipipig T ;pz-:i:§ 3-ei?2» ro::i:q^t "--~^ 



4f ,•> — 






Sostenuto Adae;io, 






GARDNER. 



L. M. 



Viotti, 



5- -7 
43 - 



How plens-ant, How di-vine-ly fair, O Lord of hosts, thy dwellings are ? With long de-sire my spirit faints, lo meet th'as-scni-hflea of thy saints. 






II. & H. 



4. 56756 67 

3 5 

5 



6 3 



« — 3 
5 



66 6 30* 5 7 

■1' 3 4 



f C4. 



BATH. L. M 



y 1^ 1 ,11 ._, i_ 1 TiU« ..M — *. n;v.iiAi> Tna\r re^t 



may return. 



'Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time finsure the great reward ; And while the lamp holds out to burn, The vilest simiei^ 



6 6 87 



t 

SEASONS. 



L. M. 



Pleyel. 



1^ Dolce. ^_— '~~- ^ >r _, t .^ . I- J- - -1 i- y^^-~ — BT" 

#:fc!s:-ip;ij;":sj?.«:f4PTp}pr»i:"e:i5:5r4PJiP"F~-i^ 

^ ^y .oodness. Lord, doth crown the year, Thy paths drop fatness »11 around ; And barren wilds thy praise declare, And vocal hills^ return^the sound. 

7 6 7 Y»ice or Organ S? s_^ 8 7 » | b 7 > 

5 * -.». , I 



7 5 6 |;r 



ir^-*- 



S4. 



CUMBERLAND. 



L. M. 



Carey. 



35 



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bzz^=nz: 



lz©=ze-Iz-©^:ze-IEPzgzi§=Jzi§zz3:=:P:H§zzPzIE^:^izr— |z&— z 

i-=izr-±zz:zzzzt=zL-Btzzbzlizz-3EEzi=z=yEEEE=E=i±z=ztz=z^h=i=:z=J 



My soul, in - spir'd with 

:tz5zzij=i Jzzirp ,-iz:^idzq:^-d- 



bless • 



sa - cred love, God's ho - ly name for - ev - er 



65 - 6 
4.3 - 



6 5 

4> 3 



6 *6 
4, 
3 



6 6 
4, 






-#- 



^iil?E 



Of 



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all his fa - vours mind - ful prove. And still thy grate - ful thanks ex 



press. 






ii-z3 



-i=zip^zi izezr»ij^izp®z:izizi— a -3=rpzii=e:z:zzizf&zi-zizzrt 

ElEz=E5EHEEEEzEfe35EiEzE3=EEiz^El5^zE^lE^^iE}^EalE 

■* 6 4 3 4. ' 6^ ~6 r ' 5 7 5 ^~'6 5 7 

y 3 3 * 3 



36 



SHOEL. 



L. M. 



Altered from Shoel. 



Now shall the trembling moiu'iier come. And bind his sheaves, and bear thern home ; The voice, Ion;; broke v;ith sigFis, shall siof;, Till lieav'n with hallcfujahs ring. 



7 8 7 



DANYERS 



6 

L. M. 



' I 1 ?' 
L. jVlnson. 



6 6 7 
4, 



t^^MT^^l^l 



I 



|iiiiiliiPgpiiiii|iil||pHliiiilipJi:ipliii! 

!j Av/ake, my toague, thy tribute bring, To Him, who gave thee pow'r to sing; Praise Him, who is all jiow'r above* The source of wisdom and of love. i 

J i>-53r:nizj i1i.zJT:-irli|zil-Tqi;=jii]:=lizil-zs-t»^ 



8 7 65 



*- 6 8 i § 5 6 

64 4. J 



6 6 6 7 



•■88. 

Con Spirito. 



GLOUCESTER. 



L. M. 6 lilies. 



Milgro\ e. 



37 






Angels of light, e - the - real fires ! Aiise and sweep your awful lyres I To you the sa - cred right be - longs, 

F. I P. '■^ ^ 

7~6~ S 6 7 6 5 ' 6 6 "" 6 8 7 ~ 6 '" 6 T ~ ~ 6 5~ 

4. 3 i 5-13 4. 3— 5** *■* 

,_ _ -'-ri- -A -' -^-m- P- — P P P -*- -Pi-fB. p- "I*' _p^-ft„ . 

To raise the lay, and lead our aangs. Ye in his courts of glo • ry dwell, Ani best his pow'r and graca can tell. 



6 .S7 
•1. *- 



.676 

3 1. 5 4 3 



S8 



BilENTFORD. 



L. M. 



,— N ^-^ p. Second Treble. Alto. /— x — -v. 

Buried in shadows of the night. We lie, till Christ restores the light. Wisdom descends to heal the blind. And chase the darkness of the mind. 

iiiiSiiiliiiiiiiSiiiii^iiililiiSii 



I o'* Mtestoso, 



6 7^6 ft 

BLENDON. 



6 5 7 5 6 6 7 
4. 3 4, 



Accompt. 



1.. M. 



Voice. 6 5 

Giardini. 



7 5 667 

4 



iiiiiliiilgilii;ililPiigiliiiiia^iii 



Jesvw, my all, to heav'n is gone, He whom I fix my hopes upon ; His track I see, and I'll purjue The narrow way, till him I view. 

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HiiiiiiBiigi 



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jq 




4. 6 .■? .1 3 4. 
3 3 - - 3 






6 4. 6 

3 5 



9 8— 65 7 

5 4* — 

43- 



*6 8^7 5 _, 
3 4 



60. 



MONMOUTH. L. M. 



i nV:— *f— 



iL Maestoso. ^ 



Martin Luther. 



39 






^!&5=iEE 












iiiiii 



przzp: 



^ 



1 ^--^' 



In robes of ji'Jg - ment, lo ! he comes, Shakes the wide earth, and cleaves the tombs ; Be 



fore him 



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J ,_- 



8 7 5 6 

5 



6 8 ; 



6 8 7 

* 



4. - 

3 6 - 






burDS de 



-#-*— 



vour - rag fire. The mountains melt, the seas re - tire. The mountains melt, the seas re - tire. 






-? — 






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IB! 



87 5*» 3 

3 



iigiElii^ 






6. - 



^ M 3 



— [i_i_a 

6 87 fi 87 



40 



PORTSMOUTH. L. M. 



Gelineck, 



isiiliipiisiiiiiSiiiiipiiiiip^ilgSS 

^'ludalgent .till to my request, How free thy^nder „.ercies are ! With full consent n.y thoughts attest. My gracious God^thy fa.thful c.re. 



6 6 5 



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7 64. 



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5 * 



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m 



4, 






4. 6 

rothwelL I- M-__ _ _ _^ _, ,- -t. 



ilii3lilii}iiiiii;liiiMii|gglslsfe 




-V-^y- r- ^ .-^ ^ 6 "^-fi w 6 b ;. ; 6 -- 6 ^H 4,3 "4 33 4 4 



i 



84. 



WINCHELSEA. 



L. M. 



Prelleur. 



41 







mMmmmmmmm 



Incumbent on tiiebending sky, The Lord descended from ' on high ; And bade tlie darkness of the pole. Beneath his feet tremendous roll. 



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ff 



fiiliiiiSiiiiiliilipiiiiEiiOiagi 
iSiiillilliiiiiiiiiiiiipiili 






~3L1EE; 



65—6 
4.3- 



6*6 
3 



8 — 7 
5- 
4. -J 



4. 6 6 



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4 3 2 S! 3 



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4 4" 6 4" 



5-7 



80. 




^SEitei 



NEW-MARKET. L. M. 



Dr. WaiMWiis;Iit. 



^lilii|ipipgilsiiiliisiipips 



:-r.-o- 



.Q^^ _-,-„_._-, 






Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my song, My song on them shall ever dwell ; To ages yet unborn, my tongue Thy never failing truth shall teU. 



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-^ 6 ^ '6 """ 6 T •"" ""6- fi 43 t M ^ 43 ' « 5 






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6 8 7 
4 



II. & H. 



42 



92. 



LUTON. 



L. M. 



fATtn^ie 



§iiiiiiiiilislgllilii^§iiiSiil 



^ 



— I— ij — ■_ 



^y4-«-. 



Siiiiiiiiiiiiilliffliiiliiiiiliimiiili 



With all my pow'ra of heart and tongue, I'll praise my Maker in my song ; Angels shall hear the notes I raise, Approve the song and join the praiss. 

[siiiiiiiiigiiiiipiliiiijiigiiiiiiiiiri 

^ 65667 5-4.6436 6 57— 663 67 

4>34 4>3335 4 4, 



88. 



TRURO. 



3 5 

L. M. 



Dr. Charles Buruey. 

f|i§l|lliililSiliiiiiiIii^^ 



b:^:^:i^-z^p^i^^:^xPp^^ 



Now to the Lord a noble song. Awake, my soul, awake, my tongue ! Hosanna to th'Eternal name. And all his boundless lore proclaim. 



liSiSsiiiliiiiiSSilgillilliEiiiriii? 



.HIeS^ 



_P ^ .— T _-- .-tF* 



sa£=fpiaiiii2 



6 56 7 



ligiiiiigigiiiiiiiliiiiEii^ 



6 6 46 1. 

4 3 3 



S3 6 33 6 98 6 7 .-i S 3^7 3 333 6 66 6 7 

7 6 4 3 S — ^ 5—6—5 ♦ 



-#:^ 



5 84. 
Dolce e legato. 



MILTON. L. M. 6 lines. 



Haydn. 



43 



iiiliiiiiiiiiiiliiMiSiliiiiligiiiJ 



iiPpSipiii^isiilgiiiiiMpiliiip 



— -^-4j-3- 



There is a stream, whose gcatle course Surrounds tbe cit - y of our God. There is a stream, whose gentle couiM 

III I 



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76 6- — 5— 6 987 6 6 * 87 6 7^ 



S 43 



4— 4, 



' ' -^ fz fz fz I- r- I 

Surrounds the cit - y of our God — A sac - red riv - er, from whose fount, The liv - ing wa - ters flow abroad 

liiiilPiiiiiiiiilPiiiiiiiiMiiSiili^i 

A cj*.j= Qfii^T TCii R c aces. A ^ «r^. - r— • - ■' r ■ — ■-.^hrf.. 



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3 



9 8 6 i 
7 6 4 * 



7 6 6 5— 6 .6665 4, 6 

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98 7 



% ' 



44 



*80 



EVENING HYMN. 



L. M. 



Tallls. 



''iSiiiiiiiii^iiMiiiiyiiiiiiHSiiiiiiii 



Glo - ry to thee, my God, this night, For all the blessings of the light ; Keep me, O keep me, King of kings^ Beneath thine own Almighty wings ! 



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80. 



43 55 5 5 

4-3 

GERMANY. L. M. 



4 3 5 5 5 
4 3 
2 



Beethoven. 



Adagio 6 sempre piano, 



ifiiliiiiiiiiiiii^UillHiiilgiliEiiil 

Softly the shade of ev'ning falls, Sprinkling th 

laiiiiiiiieii 



Softly the shade of ev'ning falls, Sprinkling the earth with dewy tears ; While nature's voice to slumber calls. And silence reigns amid the spheres. 



M^.^<iJ^r~\'^--r~^-•■T-—t—^ 



»i^_^ ^-^t 6 f,7"'^' 5 ~ 7 £3* 6 5 9|| 7 ^ 7 6 6 - 76 § ^ 65 6 6| - 

3 +5 i3 4.2 7S4tr i»»- 



92. 



CASTLE-STREET. 



L. M. 



45 



_/-_ ^ ^-^ j_ :e'_:^ 

Lord, in thy great, thy glorious name, I place my hope, my on - ly trust ; Save me from sorrow 



"" 4.6 604. ufi6 6~6 7 I* i 6 

a 3 -es 4. I 

^ ^ ^ — ^ Second Treble. Alto. 



guilt and shame. Thou 



jra - ciou^, ev - er just. Thou ev - er gracious, ev - er just. 




ftiJ 



EBI 



* 6 5 Organ or Voice. • k6 f ^^^ ^ i ' 



46 



96. 



NEW SABBATH. 



L. M. 



Isaac Smitb. 



i^liiiii^liliiliiliililiili^S^;ii 



pS=fe=|=gEpf^?=^?=^ 



~m- -e- -♦ 



For thee, 



God, our 



wa 3 ^ T_ ^ :___ p_i _. 






con • stant praise, 



In 



Zi - on waits, thy 



cho - sen seat ; 



?P§iilitilipiiriiiiiliiiiliililililSlEJiii 



6 6 7 

4 



rrjtzg::=iz 









i^iiigiiiiPfiiiigE^iiEiiiiiiiiii^iiiii 



Our prom - is'J al - tars 



will raise, And there our zeal - ous vows com - plete. 



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£ 



n:*J?fsr 






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6 46 5676 5 6 «■ 66 67 5 6 6 57 

" 3 43 J33354 *3- 



^•66. 

Largo. 



-it^ ^ 



MED WAY. L. M 



Pergolesi. 



47 






_.^.__e_,p,_^.. 






My God, permit lue not to be, A stranger to myself and thee ; Amidst ten thousand tho'ts I rove, Forgetful of my highest love. 



ll- 



f- 



i£f5:=iir=i-P: 



iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSiiiliiii 



^zi4i:l:ti=E^J 



f*- 80. 



ELLENTHOKPE. 



' I ' 



L. M. 

f=-, 



Linley. 



iiiiiiisfiisiiiepwili^a! 



_i_e.inzUJ 



Say, how may earth and heav'n unite ? And how shall man with angels join ? What link harmonious may be found, Discordant natures to combine. 



Loud swell the pealing organ's Dotes ! Breathe forth your souls in raptures high ! In praises men with angels join ; — Music's the language of the sky. 

.iSliiiliiiglSiiiiiiil'iilitiiiiil^lli 



7 6 § 7 






6 4 3*— 



6 3 65 
5 43 



% t ^ 'i U V, 



80. 

Cantabile 6 Sostenuto. 



Beethoven. 



(1 v^aiiiauiie c 



i^iiii 



WESTON. L. M. 



1 Anj »>nUa rtio aliirnVrinfr world in chains; Pale from the cloud the 

Now night in silent grandeur reigns, And holds the slumD ring wonu 






6 



"e "i 4. 6 6 6 6 6 7- 3 



4. S- 



6 43 



m^^^^Mmmmm^^mmmi^^m^ 



moonbeam steals, And half ere - a - tion's face reveals 



And half ere - a - tion's face re - veals. 



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-i:!z=iti: 






•76. 

Moderate. 



ZTON. L. M. 6 lines. 



Pleyel. 



49 



iiiiiilsiii-ilii^JE^ 



«— i 



i^^i^iii 



f^m^mmm^m^^mmmMMmm 



How sweet thy dwellings. Lord, how fair. What peace, what bliss, in - hab - it there. With ardent hope, with strong desire. 



67 7 6 6 57 6- 67 

4. \j~ 5 — 

•'^i^1iiliiiiiiiiiiiiii;^5i|i|iEiiigiii|i 



^-fe- 



iiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 



My heart, my flesh to thee aspire ; 



I burn to tread thy courts, and thee. My God, the living God, to 



^^^^m^m^mMmwmmmmmi^m 



m 



fcife: 



1» » i»- 



4.-6 6 

H. & H. 



g^iii&i^ii^EiiiiiiiiiJii 



6 56 6 5 7 

4 i— 



50 



5 80. 

Andantino. 



CAMDEN. 



L. M. 



2 verses. 



Mozart. 



Anaanunu. ^ , .^ ^ . ^ . 

aiteiglliil^liiiailii^iiisii 



:E53EI=i 



bS=gz±: 



The saffron tints of morn appear. And glow across the blushing east ; The brilliant orb ol 



dty is near, 






<— — Q ' J ■""": "" ~ cKc-1 7 — — 7 D 6 o 6 -if- 



7 
4. 
2 



6 5 6 3 
4 3 5 



< o 
5 



.f^rgr^==^=9=iggEd^=aEirfE^=i^^ 



_@ fH- jS a_ _jB>__^ s. 



t" dis ti pate the lin<.-'riug mist ; And while his mantling; splendors dart, Their radiancs o'er the kindling skies. 

e^igipiiliiliiilpSiSliliiiiillSli 



*6 6 67 - 



- I - 



CAMDEIN. Continued. 



51 






To chase the darkness of my heart, A 



rise, God of light, 



A - rise, a - rise. 



a - rise, a 






V — By 

^ - 7 5 5 5 G ■#■ 6 *6 *6 6 6 7 — 3 

u 4* 




St. PAUL'S. 



L. M. 



Dr. Green. 



f»^ 7b. nt. lil-UljS. -Lc iTi. ^'' "«''^". 

liSliiiiiliiiii^iiiJSagpiiiiiSi 

Great Source of life, ourTouls confess, The various ridies of thy grace ; Crown'd with thy mercy, we rejoice. And in thy praise exalt our voice. 

iiiiiiiiiiiiiSSiiliilBiiiiSipi 

5 H t * 



^£&- 



» »• i_ ^ I ^ 1 t ^ 1- 



52 



84. 



ALL SAINTS. 



L. M. 



r-b- 



^^--^■E~i^^m 



:S— ?z±:=az=zzz; : 



"dziziji: 






W. Knapp. 



God of the Sab - bath, hear our vows, On this thy day, with - in thv house < 



thy house ! 






m 



zn^zi 



f zi ~i ^a ' '^ I 'r ~ '^ ^i '6 6 1=1 7 






iliiiii^i|ilii|liyiiiii|E||iillllE 



m 



iiiiiiiiligiililiBiiiiiiili 

And own, as 



cri - fice. The songs which in 



lil^Ji 



pie rise. 



-© r 



lijgiiPliiiiiiPEiiii 



Efcz 






_Q_^ ^-L-l 



87 



5^6 



4 3 

3 



5 6 6 6 * 6~T 6 fi 7 

3 4 4 2 3 4 



120. 



PARK STREET. 



L. M. 



Venua. 



r-. 



53 

■3= 



il!iii^lliiliiisii^il=ili^^iiiiiiEi 






Hark ! how the choral 



song of heav'n. 



Swells full of peace and 



joy. 



hove ! Hark ! how they strike their 



m^m^u^M^m^^^^^^immm 






l[i^€^5^SE&El 



p. 



Siiiyig^liiiilli^liiiliillliil 

7(> 6 fir 66 6 67 5 6 — 

4 4 4 * 3— — — 






F. A 



golden harps. 



And raise the tuneful notes of leve ! 



And raise the tune - ful 



of love. 



i 



giijjIliiiiiliigliaiigl^iSlilS^iil 



'^^^ d ^' -^^ -©- -•- ^^ 



.i^iiiiiiil^iiliPP^iiiii^iieiiS 

7-6 7 — — 7- 64 6667 

4 tl Sf * 



54 r 60. 

Tantabile e Sostenuto. 



WALTHAM. L. M. 6 lines. 



Beethoven. 



Eii.liiiiMiiiiiiiiiil^l^^riifliiil 



'MlBf'^^~'~'~'^ 



^iHiiiiil^iigiiiiiiiii^ii^jiii 



— I— I— . I . - . — . • 1^ ■ 

With ho-ly fear and hum-ble song, The dread-ful God, our souls a - dore ; Reverence and awe be-come the tongue That 



dzdr^ss: 



liiiiiiiigiiipigii^S 



' '~ 7 6 5 6 6 5*6 5S7 6 46086 5 3656 6 

4, 43 *4. 2 7b 4J 

3 J tr 






-:f : iip- 



-©— P-f-n— - — 



pllliill==iliiiilEgii^illiliiiiiiii^i^efi- 

speaks the terrors of his pow'r. Rev'rcnce and awe be - come the tongue That speaks the terrors of his pow'r. 



7 6 6—43 

5 — 



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Alto Dolce. 



SALISBURY. 



L. M. 6 lines. 



Haydn. 



55 






Lord, thou hast known my in - most mind, Thou dost my path and bed in - close ; My waking soul on thee relies. 






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On thee my sleeping thoughts repose : Where from thy presence can I fiy, 



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Lord, ever present, ever nio-h .' 



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BRIGHTON. L. M. 6 lines. 



Second Treble. 






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Call me a - way from flesh and sense 

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, Thy word, Lord, can draw me thence ; I would o - bey the voice di - vine, 



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65 
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And all in 



fe - rior joys re - sign— I would o - bey the voice di - vine, And all in - fe - rior joys re - sign. 



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Alto. Fugc. 



NEWARK. 



Stanley. 



57 






We bless the Lord, the Lord, the just, the good, Who fills our hearts with joy and food ; 



Treble. 



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We bless the Lord, we bless the Lord, the just, the good. Who fills our hearts with joy aad food ; 

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Who pours his blessings from the skies, And loads our days with rich snp - plies. 



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from the skies, And loads our 

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Who pours his bless - logs 



from the skies, And loads our days with rich sup - [Jics. 



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Who pours, &c. 6- 

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EATON. 



L. M. 6 lines. 



VVyvill. 



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Second Treble. 



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wake, our souls, a - way our fear*. 



Let ev'ry trembling thought be gone ! 



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A - wake, and run the heav'nly race, 

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Alto. 






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cheerful courage on ! 






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SOUTH STREET. L. M. 



Haydn. 



59 









Softly the shade of cv'ning falls, 



Sprinkling the earth with dewy tears ; 



While nature's 






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4, i 7 



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voice to 



slumber 



calls. 



And silence reigns amid 



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84. 



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L. M. 



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shineth 



the light. 



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Thou, to whose all - search - ing sight, The^ dark - i 



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Second Treble. ^ Alto. -' — ^ 

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Search, prove my heart, it pants for thee, 



hurst these bonds, aaj 



set me free. 



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*i % "^ 3 6 ^6 Organ or Voice. 7 SJ? 7 



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EFFINGHAM. 



L. M. 



61 






Second Treble. P. 



Alto. F. 



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At anchor laid, remote from home, Toiling I crj', sweet spirit come. Celestial breeze, no longer stay. But swell my sails, and speed my way. 



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6 4 6 4 6 4 

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DUKE STREET. 



Organ or Voice. 

L. M. 



6 
5 

J. Hatton. 






Lord, when thou didst ascend on high. Ten thousand angels fiU'd the sky ; Those heav'nly guards around thee wait, Like chariots that attend thy state. 






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62 



66. 



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DRESDEN. L. M. 6 lines. 



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Preserve me, Lord, in time of need, For succour to thy throne I flee, But have no merit there to pleadTMy Jo^ss~cTrnot".Tch~thre 

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1*" '^^ HAGUE. L. M. From the German, «Herr Jesu Christ dich zu uns wend." 

Through ev'ry age, e - ternal God, Thou art our rest, our safe abode ; High was thy throne e'er heav'n was made. Or earth thy humble footstool laid. 
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PUTNAM. 



L. M. 






63 



Second Treble. ^-^^ ^^ -^^ -^^ ~^~ ' t-^-l4^-\Zl ^J3^ 



Second Treble. 



Thee W.11 I bless, my G^and King, Nor^sethj-wond'rous act. to sing; From earliest morn to latest e^ Thy praises on my to^ shall iTvc. 



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my tonfrne shall live. 

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WARRINGTON. L. M. 



Second Treble. 






^Tiz^QZ^i^^liiEzi^i^l^h'Sto^^ 



Come hither, all ye wxa^souls, Ye heavy laden^nners, come ; Ml give you rest fro^ j^ur toils, ind raise you 't" my heav'^home. 



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7 65687 ^ 667 6 *" '"'fi fi 7 ^T — -^■■'- f"^ ^-^ 



64 



84. 



SURRY. 



L. M. 



Costellow 



'SiliiiiiiiliiMii^^igi^il^iP^i^M 



No more fatigue, no more dis - tress, Nor sin nor death shall reach the place ; No groans shall mingle 



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iiiiiiSiiiiiiip^iiiiii^iii^riiiiil 

im - mor - tal tongues, Which warble from im - itior - tal tongues. 



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QUITO. L. M. 



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Second Treble. 






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Who is this stranger in dis - tress, That 



travels thro' this wilder - ness ? Oppress'd with sorrows 



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and with sins, 

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On her be - lov - ed Lord she lea 



On her be - \ov - ed Lord she leans. 









H. & H. 



66 



76. 



RICHMOND. L. M. 2 verses. 



De La Main. 



ti^mmimmmi^mmMmmmmim 



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When we, our wearied limbs to rest, Sat down by proud Eu - phra - tes' stream; We wept, with doleful 






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thoughts op - prest. And Si - on was our mournful theme. Our harps, that, when with joy we sung. Were wont their 

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RICHMOND. 



Continued. 



67 



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tune - ful parts to bear, Witb si - lent strings ne - gleet - ed hung, On willow trees that wither'd there. 









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3 3 3 3 6 5 4.* 

76. 



7 h 8 4, R 5 

3 3 3 3 3 3 333 3333 



NORFOLK. 



L. M. 



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6 6465 87 67 

J. Ashton. 









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Amidst the various scenes of ills, Each stroke some kind design fulfils; And shall 1 murmur at my lot, When sov'reign love directs the rod ? 



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St. ALBAN's. L. M. 



Vincent Novello. 



Fl=: 



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Sal-va-tioQ is for - ever ' nigh, The souls that fear and trust the Lord ; And grace descending from on high, Fresh hopes of glory shall afford. 






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4 

St. OLAVES!^ 



rf: 



L. M. 

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Hudson. 



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Come hither, all ye weary souls. Ye heavy la.len sinners, come ; Til give yourest from all your toils, And_raise_you^ my heav'nly home. 



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72. 






ASTOR. L. M. 



J. McMurdie. 



69 



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Let ev-er-last-ing glories crown Thy head, my Saviour, and my Lord ; Thy hands have brought salvation down, And writ the blessings in thy word. 



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,* 72. 

a Second Treble. 



WATERVILLE. L. M. 



S. Webbe. 



c_ o .3_ . . . ^"T^* ' C? _3 ^_ _3 c; 



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This is the word of truth and love. Sent to the nations from a - hove, Jehovah here resolves to show. What his almighty pow'r can do. 

P. F. 



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9 8 65 
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98 65 
76 43 



70 5 ro. 

Cantahile. 



HAJ^PDEX. 



L. M. 6 lines. 



Mozart. 



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Eternal Rul - er of Hie skies, How vari< 

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skies, How various are thy works, how wise ! How great the 



wonders 



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4. 6 4. 6 76 76 .76 e-6 6 6 6 7 *6 6 *6 

3 3 5* 54 ^h- *f* 4 3 3 



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^^ thou hast wrought, And deep be - yond all search of thought ! 

^-^ Organ. <^ ^-- s^ 

6 3* 6 &6 te7 5 ^5- 5 « § Z 



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HAMPDEN. 



Continued. 



71 



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E - ter - nal Rul - er of the skies, Ho 



various are thy works, how wise ! 



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4 6 * 6 76 76 7. 6 -^rt 6 6 6 7 ~ 

a 3 5 4 5 4. 5©- ^1. 4 



88. 



-3- l± 

St. GEORGE'S. L. M. 



rf^:^? 






, sleep, from ev'ry eye ! The rising morning re-ap-pears ; The sun ascends the d^ippled sky, And drinks creation's dewy tears. 



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3 43 



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72 



PROCTOR 



L. M 






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Thus saith tlie high and lof - ty One, 



sit up - on my ho - ly throne ; My name is God, I 









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dwell on high, Dwell in mine own e - ter - ni - ty^ Dwell in mine 



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own c - ter - ni - ty. 



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5 92. GEORGETOWN. L. M. Haydn. 7i 

iilMiiiiiiE^iiiiiiPiiiiiiliilii^iii; 



Treble. 



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To ihee, O God, with - out de - lay, Will I my morning hom - age pay ; For thee I 



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long, for thee I look. So pil - grlms seek the cool - ing brook. So pil - grinis seek the cool - ing brook. 



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""etere* e-'iaee 6fi87 5 67 e^^e 



6 ^7 6 4 

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6 -• 43 6 

10 



74 



88. 



CROMER. 



L. M. 



George E. Williams. 



::iix:5i:5r5: 



Praise to thy name, eternal God ! For all the grace thou shed'st abroad ; For all thine influence from above. To warm our aouls with sacred loire. 



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6 5—6677 



66-6.6 66 6 7 
34 4^4 4, 



4. 6 6 5 

2 4.tr 



76. 



SEMLEY. 



L. M. 



F. Barthelemon. 



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Great God ! to thee my ev'ning song With humble grat - i - tude I raise ; let thy mercy tune my tongue. And fill my heart with lively praise. 

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MONTGOMERY. 



L. M. 



7r 



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Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears, And gird the gospel armour on ; March to thegatesof endless joy, Where thy great Captain-Saviour's gone. 






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^ 5 6 a— 4. 3 



87 



3*4 6 6 7 



5 6 6 



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38. 



CHARLESTON. 



L. M. 



R. Cook. 






:?ii=l:l$iiLEiil$i^iiiiiiiiii;iii^^^^ 




From vocal air and concave skies, Let wafted hal - le - lu - jahs sound ; And let the sacred triumphs rise. Till vaulted heav'n the notes rebound. 



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76 



88. 



EMSWORTH. L. M. or lO's, by omitting the slurs. 



T. Bennett 






Great God, at - tend, while Zi 



sings, Tlie joy, that from thy 



pres - ence springs. 












''' ' 4 6 6 6 7 6 5" 6 *6 ~6~#^ 6 6 7~ 

3 4. 3 3 



To spend one day with thee 



earth. Ex - ceeds a thou - sand days of mirth. 



I ~ *^' '" ' I i ^t ' M ' ^"^ ' 



Cs^6 7 
4 



I 



72. 



TRENTON. L. M. 



Wm. Shield. 



77 



•TfSi 



Maestoso. 






P-M- 



-#--r~;;-T^*-»«TS-5TP-i 



Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears, And gird the gospel armour on ; March to the gates of endless joy. Where thy great Captain — Saviour's gone. 



r^li — T — ~1'T~1 — l'~lT~1"r^TQ~^T"~"1 — I I@~r]lIJ~I]I* j"3~z!l 



4. 6 5 6 5 7 



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65 6 8 7 



72. 



CHAPEL STREET. 



L. M. 



Wm. Mather. 



jL Second Treble. 

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E - ter - nal Source of ev'ry joy. Well may thy praise our lips employ ; While in thy temple we appear, Thy goodness crowns the circling year. 



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3 4, 



4. 665 5 4.66 67 
3 32 S 4 



78 



72. 



PERGOLESl. L. M 






Pergolesi. 



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■=p:=-l 



Bless, my soul, the liv - ing 



God ! 



Call home my thoughts that rove 



broad ; 



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liiiiiEiiiiiiEiiiiiiip^iBiigiiiii^i 



Let all the pow'rs with - in me jom 



|i£iiiiiiilii^lliil^iliiiil=li=giSPS 

*f -— - 6 k6 i I ____ S * 



80. 



ANTIGUA. 



L. M. 



79 



=lEgiiii=EiW%1ii=l=^iil=i=Ei=lii^l^i^ 



iliii^liiiiililliiigiiiiiiiiiaiiiii 



The King of saints, how fair his 



face, 



dorn'd with maj - es 



ty and 



grace ! 






Unison. 



liifiiliiiiiiil^iiigii^ipiiiEiSiil 

4p 2 



(^^~i—nT=^m-^-~nr 



m^^^m^M 



Bil^E^iiiiiiPiiig 



m^^^m^mmmm^i^^m 



He comes with bless - ings 



from a - bove. And 



wins the 



tions to his love. 



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m 



*=:] 






65 
43 



6 6 



6 87 
4t 



80 



76. 



ARMLEY. 



L. M. 









iii^ 



E|pppipi^^Eg|iiiiiiiiilllililgiii^ 

1^ — ~ r, .„ ^ t;,o Hv . ins sor - rows of your Lord; 



our mournful songs re - cord. The 



Now let our mourniui Bouga ,c - >....", 




^ * * II II z=z ^6 — * * 2 *- 






5-..ri=5z-: 



IllBi 



*^ wu„_ I.. „.^ . „UinM in tears and blood. As one for - sak - en of his God. 



When he com - plain'd in 



'M^m^^mwim=i^MmBi^=^^^ 



mi 



T ©- 



# 



IS^HM 



5* 






l^lil^i&iPp=^=rs=pfsiiai 



65 
13 



<. 5 — 



6 « 41 



88. 



MAYHEW. 



L. M. 



81 



'iiiSiiiiiiiilli;i^l^iiii'iiliSiEfeigi] 



.Q_p_Q_d 



Were'nnlpii'd to preach and tell, All that is done iu heav'n or hell. Or could my faith tlie world remove. Still I 



:gE:g— EPii?jS 



am nothing without lov«. 



1 



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6 5^6 



6 6 7 6 
5 



65 
4i-6 



6 9 4. 6 



84. 



GREEN'S HUNDREDTH. L. M. 



6 5 6 

4 
3 

Dr, Green 



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8 7 5 



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^ ^ ^ ^ 

Sweet i3 the work, my God, my King, To praise thy name, give thanks and sing ; To shew tiiy love by morning light, And talk of all thy truth at night. 



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H. & H. 



11 




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3 



82 



6S. 



LEICESTER. L. M. 6 lines. 



lli^HiiSsiiOiig^ligiiiS^lliliiigHi 



When, 'mid the gloom of night I stray. And heav'n's re • splen-dent arch survey — And mark with rapture and aur - prise. 






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5- 6 



*8- 65 87 6S 

3 S 6 5 ** 



piiiliiililPi^iiiglgigigiillPiliiiiil^ 



The v» - ried glories of the skies, Ah ! what Is man ? thou great Su - preme, That thou should stoop to visit him .' 



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* 5*6 3- 6 65 6 I g 5- 6 «7 6^ — ^65 ^ ^ 6 ^ 



80. 



EVENING HYMN. L. M. 



Jer. Clark. 



'83 






^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t 



tS-3-Qt& »xTjr»3P J*0^-—-r----T--- 



diozdt! 

Sleep, downy sleep, come close my eyes, Tir'd with beholding vanities ! Welcome, sweet sleep, that driv'st away. The toils and follies of the dajf ! 

HEEISglfaElii 

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2_isi_l^c 



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66. 






^5- „ - -43 7 

MIDDLEBURY. L. M 

DiT-sl^Ql-P-Ol-s-Plo-' 



:piztilq 



:=t=: 



-@r-P-pT-p-pT-^-f 



iliiy 



Dear Jesus, when, when shall it be Th 
■ ~^' # *' 6 '*' ~— 7 *6 6*5 ~* ' *6 6 *6 5*6 5 



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lasting peace. 



Dear Je«us, when, when shall it be That I no more shall break with thee ? When shall this war of passion cease. And I enjoy 



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* 



6 8 7 

4 *— 



84 



•• 60. 



MUNICH. L. M. 



An old German Air/ 



meutevole. ^^^*v __ . . ■ __j_^ H-rH ItH I — lT~H'"~H"T"H""i^ 



iilj^jo 



liiiSliiliiiiiiiiliiiSiPS . 

■Twas on that dark, that doleful night, When pow'rs of earth and hell arose Against the Son of God's delight, And f.ienda^betray'd him to his^ foes. ^ 




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•• 80. 



"■i-e'e^ '* *6'f^ '*" -^^^ 6*6 #6 6 ■ 6 8 7 

BABYLON. L. M- Ravenscroft. 



6 *6 3*6 6 6 87 

5 4 4( *— 









r^ 



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Shew pity, Lord, Lord, forgive ! Let a re-pent - ing sinner live ! Are not thy mercies large and free ? May not a sinner^ tru^ in the^ .' ^ 






5*6 
3 



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4) 
3 



6 6 5 7 
4 3- 



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5 84. 

Aflettuoso. 



DARWEN. 



L. M. 



85 



iiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliililMlgiiiliiiiM 

Slilliiiiiiilii^ilEiilillPPIHiiill^PliP^ 



Who from the shades of 



gloomy 



night, When 



the last tear of 



hope is 



shed, 



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I 



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5 65 4.tl -t; 4.b — 4. 



6 ^i; 

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Can 






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bid the 



soul re - turn to 



light, And brenk the slum - her 



of 



the dead .' 






II: 



iSiiSEiiiiiili3iiil3iiliigJP:ilirEliPS 



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3 



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6^5- 6 

493 — 



5 



86 



•84. 
Moderate. 



CAROLAN's. 



L. M. 



Carolan. 



%M^E^^f!T^EE=^^z !i =i^§-j=El: 



iiiHl^^iiliii 



iiliSiiiiliiiiie: 



Be - hold the path which mortals tread, Down 



to the 



piiiigigiii^lippgi^ 



lill=ni|=ii|i 

jf the dead ! 



re - gions 



:=E5HE|EEE=pr 



qi^zi:r:p_: 






l^ililiiilpPPiliiiifiiiliii^liiiiiiP 

^ ' 6 7 LmI 63665 6 6 §' 

4.5 5 4 tr * 



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Nor 



will the 



fleet - in"; 



mo - meiits stay. 



Nor can we 



-I — 
sure back our nny. 



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'o tJ 6 6 3V6 6 7 LS 6 as fi 5 



6 6 3#(3 



^66. 



WESTBURY. L. M. 



-^^=MEi=~M~M=M^^=l^±^^. 



Prelleur. 



87 



^^mm^mi 



So fades , llie love - ly bloom -ing flow'r, Frail, smil - ing sol - ace of an hour; 



-fe- 



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~ ~ *6 ~6 6 *6 ~ 65 ~ ~ 6 6- 6 6- 7*6 6 5 

4 ** 4,3 *3 5 4p * 



iiiliiiiiiiiip^illiiii^iipi^^liili 



19— r *p 






m 



So soon our tran - sient com - forU fly, And pleasure 



ly bloums to 



die. 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^ 



^=EEiEIE3 



P o- 






6 *|3 



6 6 7 



88 



LOWELL. L. M. ' - L. Mason. 



Behold the Rose of Sharon here, The lily which the vallies bear ; Behold the tree of life, that gives Refreshing fruits and healing leaves. 






liigliiiiSgllliiiiiiippSpppipips 

— I- •- 1- I- 'g- 6 6 7 6 - * '^ t6*4b65 66 6 67 



6 — * 
3 



4/ 6 'i' 4.b 65 6 6 

2 3 3 4.3 



UXBRIDGE. L. M. 






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ay. 

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At anchor laid, remote from home, Toiling 1 cry, sweet Spirit, come ; Celestial breeze, no longer slay. But swell my sails and speed my way. 



6 
4, 



6 ^6 



5^ 



6 6 

4 



580. 



NANTWICH. L. M. 



Dr. Madan. 



89 









Thus saith the high and lofty 



One, I sit up - on my ho - ly throne, My name is 



God, I 






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? 8 



dwell on Ijgh, Dwell in my own e 




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ter - ni - ty. Dwell m my own e - ter - ni - ty. 

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ilililiiei^iiigMiilpppi^ii 



i - -I 

H. & H. 



6 65 65 6 567 

87 *i 4 34.5 

12 



65 6 5 6? 6 

43 4 3 U 



90 



34. 



MUSIC. 



L. M. 6 lines. 



Dr. Arne. 



li§iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiip^i:iiisiiiiiiis 



-r T3n»i 



;?-*-:5ie45S=r-iirz:: 






Goil of my life, thiougli all its days, My grateful pow'rs shall sound thy praise ; The song shall w:ike with op'ning light. 



;§2:4^z^lizfc^iziif.^!:?zH*:s±*:*lizi^S^i[z:b?^ 
I — ?— 4( — bzitzzzzzi — *i' L~ — ' — iz'^ Jizz—ii^izi^zi — '^ — zi — ■is~*z'5'zlu3^-iz"_";^z~i"u~**ztr'l'~'~z_"iz5""i 

-~ ■ fi ' ~ "is '"' 65 6 "" r '^ 6 '^"r. 5 6v ^ 6 ' ~ 56'~?*6 43 

5 5 435.4. 5 4.3 5 

=fzzzxzzzzzzzr=-p=,lz^zid:J-e=3izlzd-r;zzjz::1iT:izi:z1zid::r5T==J=i==!^F 

Ei:zEi~=z^Ef!l:2E-Eizi!Ifi:?H!E-EtlE!:E-Eife 



6 5 fi 
4 3 5 






ll gs5"^3lpzt— i[zzzl-i-z:zz?zl:-:izzzf :-z-ztzzz it;^«-:tzzl-t 



And vf.y.-'.i e to the gi 



leut ni^ht. The song shall wske with op' - ning H^^it, And warble to the si - lent night. 



i la-rviz-^ 5Tpz5TpTPzOiSi*?:»zzz=z:z::g-4'3Ti]:d3TqzdTd^ ^zz] id-z:,-i:rr27zJ--:zTz;®zz:H^id-^qi-!3iq:T87 
j; ^^:^:BE-Es-i-=-^ £^r-zt^i:;z:l!:^5i:2z^lizig:3i^:?z®i?^t*z?iiz£Ci ^ 

^g:EzEiPEEE^^=tEiiE£EiEf33E3EEE~|5E^Fi^^^ 

-!z--Z+Ezzzzi,zzzizr±zzzcz!:g;iz*ti-rzzIt=5irp=^=:p:i:?.-l=~it=:q:fc^^ 



4 6 



6 6 .? 

4 -# 



84. 



PILESGROVE. 



L. M. 



91 






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bS: 



:^i:FEiiQ— =:Pz=i— §z=i=e=i— s' 



"r: 






Awake, ray soul, to hymns of praise ; To 



God the 



of 



tri 



utnph 



raise ; 






Y s 



i—zzzzz'sazzzlzz!. 



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^^EzEEi-°-—~zi~°-—^---i-^ 



i %'- 



87 



8 7 5*6 6 6 6 8 7 

* 5 4.*— 



._i^__._ 



Pii^l=li|^i; 









•3 



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A - dorn'd with luaj - es - ty di - viae, What pomp, what glo - ry. Lord, are thine ? 

^j ;i _ . , 



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B\ 






6 4 



m\wMM\m\m^mwmm\w^^wm 



4 



T. A. Gearv. 



St. PATRICK'S. L. M. 

^~ Wft hlTaTbirplersurT, L7r^lTrare, Tl7e aTcIj^' relord^of thy grace ; And our own con-so-la - tion^^draw. From what thy servant^ Mose^saw. 

WELLS. L. M. ^ Holdvad. 

iiiliiSliiigiiiliiliii§iii^!iiiiiii 

burn. The vilest sinner may return. 



63.' 



!r:9:*^z: 



^ife 



■e 



._ _iZ. I -- the great reward : And while the lamp holds out to burn. The vilest sinner may return. 



Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time t'insure; 



t 









6 a^(, 



02. 



WOODSTOWN. 



L. M. 



Holt. 



93 






_p_«.^P- 



.S.-^ P-f» -p 



From all that dwell below the skies, Let the Creator's praise arise ; Let the Redeemer's name be sung, Through ev'ry land by ev'ry tongue. 



p.,- 



f 









84. 



5 

L. M. 



SSIigi' "^ """^^ ^^' - 



2^- 



NINETY-SEVENTHPSxVLM TUNE. L. M. Tuckey. 






P---I 



— l-l-i— T 



gipisiai 






Darkness and clouds of awful shade. His daezUng glory shroud in state, Justice and truth his guards are made, And fixM by his pavilion wait 






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" SS4i3 543 4 335 3*-W S 3 4 



94 



72. 



St. DAVID'S. U. M. 



Ravenscroft. 



liiliiiliiliii^^SiiEgiililiiiiiiggH 



:iZEzEzErpitzp:sij?:*rEi!P:3zp:i:Dz:p:I?;^rEi:p:3^ 



To cel-e-brate tliy praise, Lord, I will my heart prepare ; To all the list'niug world, O Lord, Thy wond'rous works declare. 

;:p; 









•■72. 



6 5 6 56 

5 



6 6 

St. JAMES'S. C. M 



6 3 6 56 
3 



Courteville. 



How shall 1 praise th'eternal God, That in - fi - nite unknown > Who can ascend his high abode. Or come be - fore his throne ? 






6 6 7 
o 



66. 






St. ANN'S. 






C. M. 



Dr. Croft. 



95 









My God, my portion, and my love. My ev • er - last-ing all ! I've none but thee in heav'n i. - bove. Or on this earthly ball 

iliiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilii 

HiSiilliiiiliiiiEi:: 



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6 6 6 5 
4i 3 



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--T~z:^-zz: 
"Izdrizt:- 






88. 



HOWARD'S. 



C. M. 



. \- 

* -^5 5 6 6 

Mrs. Cuthbert. 

5 — ^-T-i"":-i- 



:t:J:czt:lpi-J± 



Lord, hear the voice of my com- plaint; Accept my secret pray'r ; To thee, aloQ-, my Kin-;, my God, Will I fair help repair. 






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6 4 6 



17 87 43 
6 i 



6*6~5 6 66 7 



6 4 87 
4* 



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87 6 
63 4, 



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re 

6 5463 6 "6 6 7 
4 3 3 4 



96 



If^ 



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mmmmm 



Second Treble. 



JORDON. C. M. Harwood. 






:^ziiiiilipipss=iyigaii^ps 



Shepherds rej^, lift ^""uiTVour eyes. And send youf fears away ! News from the region^ the^ skies! Salvation's born_^ to-day ! 

liiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiili^^iiii 



,»■ 76. 



STAMFORD. C. M. 



W. Tansur, 






The glorious armies of the sky. To thee. Almighty King, Har - mo-nious anthems consecrate. And hal - le - lu-jahs sing. 






6 7 

4 



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3 - 



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3 — 3 3 — 



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,• 84. St. MATTHEW'S. C. M. 2 verses. Dr. Croft. 97 



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d-^.Q dft 



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Let heav'n a - rise, let earth ap - pear !" Said the Almighty Lord ; The heav'ns arose, the earth appear'd. At his ere - a - ting word. 






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Thick darkness brooded o'er the deep : God said, "Let there be light!" The light shone round with smiling ray. And scatter'd ancient night. 



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6 5- 6 766 57 

4*- 4. *- 



H. & H. 



* *6 6*0 6 5 7 

5 4. *- 

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6 fi 5 7 
4. 3- 



98 



80. 



GREAT MILTON. 



C. M. 



m^ ^ m^ m m mm n^^m^m^m^^m 



:SiiiiiiiiSiiiiiSe§i^i*iaiiii 



Thou art my portion, O my God, Soon as I know thy way, My'heart makes haste t'obey thy word. And suffers no de - lay. 



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4i 



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3 






_ Tutti. F. 

h — I — I — t-t^1 






I choose the path of heav'nly truth, And glory in my choice : Not all the riches of the earth. Could make me so re - joice. 

Tutti. -a- ^ ,^--^ ^""^ 



imM^M&W^MMS^ 






« 11 



6 6 6 

5 5 



3*6'* 
2 3 



4 6 6 6 7 
3 4 



,«• 80. 

Adagio Affettuoso. 



ARLINGTON. 



C, M. 



Dr. Arne. 



99 



iiiiiiiiiiiiiigiilii^iiiiipliilis^H 



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I* — — «»- 



^B:i.i^'-.:it^mmm^^mmmmMmmmmm^ 



Jesus, I love thy charming name, 'Tia music to ■ my ear ; Fain would I sound it out so loud. That earth and heav'n should hear. 

liiiiiiiiiilliiiliiilliiSiiiiliaiiil 









5#6 
3 



IfcpyEliiiillillilieli^iiii^iEip;! 



6 5 6 
3 



76. 



CANTERBURY. 



63 6 

43 5 

C. M. 



6 6 

Ravenscroft. 



6 87 
4i 



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-^.* 



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:'.BrP:g:iE|gzEi|f 



^:i:p: 






-*-*- 



thou, from whom all goodness flows, I lift my heart to thee ; In all my sorrows, conflicts, woes. Dear Lord, remember me. 



iliiiiiiiiSiSiiiigiiiiiiiiliiliffi 



6 i's' ' S-'e''" 'e-frTT 56"'87'5 67 ' §7 

tr 3— 4 4 4 4 



e^TT 5 6 



100 



84. 



St. MARTIN'S. C. M. 



Tans'ir. 






MMMM^^m=im=m^=MmM==M^U^i=^ 



Second Treble. 






O 



iiiiiliiliiililiirgiiJ 



Thou, to 



whom all crea - tures bow With 



in this earth 



fram©, 



--^^W: 



~z4: 



iigi|i£iEipigpiiiipiE|gE|iiiii^iiii 



[ggg;g £iii=^g^E^ip^pEpEp ppi pp iE|EB Hg= j= pj 

6 4, 6 6 6 "B^e 5 7 

3 4. 3 — 






Thro' all the 



world how 



great art thou, How glo - rious is thy name ! 



«=s^iiiii^iiiiiiiiiii3iiii-^3i^H0i 



6 

4 



6 5 6 



'4 3 6 6 5 7 

3 - 4 3 — 



76. 



CAMBRIDGE. C. M 



Dr. Randall. 



104 



i^^Mummm^mmmmmmMmim 



Come, holy Spirit, heav'nly Dove, With all thy quick'ning pow'rs. Come, shed abroad a Saviour's love, And that shall kindle ours, And that, &c. And that, &c. 



Tasto^ _, ■*-^' F. 



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3 3 3 3 3 8 
o 



~ ' 7 5 668 7 ""75 3 3" 333 8 '" "56687"' 



56 6 87 

4> 



,•■ 76. 

Maestoso. 



TALLIS' CHANT. C. M. 



Tallis. 






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O all yc nations, praise the Lord, Each with a diff rent tongue ; In ev'ry language le»rn his word, And let his name be sung. 



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NEW YORK. C. M. 



Dr. Blow. 



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88. 



NEWTON. 



C. M. 



T. Jackson. 



103 



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Come, happy souls, approach your God With new melodious songs 1 Come, render to Al - migh - ty grace. The tribute of your tongues. 

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88. 



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St. GREGORY'S. C. M. 



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3 4.3 

Dr. Wainwright. 



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I'm not asham'd to own my Lord, Or to defend his cause. Maintain the honour of his word. The glo - ry of his cross. 



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Second Treble. 



BRATTLE STREET. CM. 



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While thee I seek, protecting Pow'r, Be my vain wishes still'd ; And may this eon-se - crat-ed hour, With better hopes be fiU'd ! 

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Thy love the pow'r of thought bestow'd. To thee my thoughts would soar. Thy mercy o'er my life has flow'd, That mer - cy I adore. 



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76. 



STEPHENS. C. M. 



Jones. 



105 



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Great God, how in - fi - nite art thou ! What worthless worms are we ! Let all the race of creatures bow, And pay their praise to thee. 



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LIVERPOOL. C. M. 



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Dr. Wainwright- 



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When I with pleasing wonder stand, And all my frame survey. Lord, 'tis thy work, I own thy hand. That foim'd my humble clay. 



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Moderate. 



WAREHAM. C. M. 



Dr. Arnold. 



Second Treble. 

How large the promise, bow divine, To Abr'ham and his seed ! " I'll be a God to thee and thine, Sup- 






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ply - ing all their need." " I'll be a 






a God to thee and thine, Sup - ply - ing all their need." 



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76. 



BL.WDFORD. 



C. M. 



Maestoso. 



T. Jackson. 



107 



Awake, my soul, arise, my tongue ! Prepare a tuneful voice. In God, the life of all my joys. Aloud will^ I rejoice. 

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MANSFIELD. 



C. M. 



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Second Treble. 



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O Thou to whom all creatures bow vV'ithin this earth - ly frame, Thro' all the world how great art thou. How glorious is thy name. - 

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108 



BALDWIN. 



C. M. 



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Let Zion and her sons re - joice ! Behold the promis'd hour ! Her God hath heard her mourning voice, And comes t'exalt his pow'r. 



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FRANKLIN. 



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Hope looks beyond the bounds of time. When, what we now deplore, Shall rise in full im - mor - tal prime, And bloom to fade no more. 






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84. 



St. JOHN'S. C. M. 



109 



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Now to the Lamb that once was slain. Be endless honours paid ; Sal - va - tion, glo - ry, joy remains. For - ev - er on his head. ' 






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66. 



6 6 7 

ALBOROUGH. C. M. 



V. Novello. 



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praise the Lord with one consent. And mag - ni - fy his name ; Let all the servants of the Lord, His worthy praise proclaim. 









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84. 



SWANWICK. 



C. M. 



Lucas. 







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DUNGENESS. 



C. M. 



Mozart. 



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My God, the steps of pious men. Are order'd by thy will; Though they should fall, they rise again. Thy hand sup - ports them still. 



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The Lord delights to see their ways Their virtue he approves; HeMI ne'er deprive them of his grace. Nor leave the man he loves, 

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112 



Coombs. 



g34. OXFORD. C. M. L;oomDs. 



„.. .... , 111] ii..:.. n„.i..u.. .,:_i.. All „„.»„j „., tv.„ „.„,,r,,i TV.O ano-ol of thc Lord Came down, And glo - ry shone around. 



While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night. All seated on the ground. The angel of 






•• 69. FERRY, 



C. M. 



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~In' all my' vaTt concerns with thee, In vain my soul would try. To shun thy presence, Lord, or flee The notice of Jhine eye. ^ 






84. 



HA V ANN A. C. M. 



Dr. Harringtnn. 



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NOTTINGHAM. C. M. ^ __ ^ ■-- j- -j- -- 



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SomJs^rlp^'Tefdyourheav'aly'tougu'e, Orharpof' goMen'string.That I marrai7e a lofty =°"°' _^°_ ^"'' ' 



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114 r 98. 



CHESTERFIELD. 



C. M. 



Dr. Haweis. 



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Lord, when my raplur'd thought surveys. Creation's beauties o'er, All natuie joins to teach thy praise. And bid my soul re - joice. 



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Great God, to thee my grateful tongue, Sly fer - vent thanks shall raise ; Inspire my heart to raise the song. Which eel - e - brate thy praise I 






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•■ 84. 

Allegro. 



ASHLEY. 



C. M. 



Dr. Madan. 



115 



Salvation, the joyful sound ! 'Tis pleasure to our ears ; A sov'reign balm for ev'ry wound, A cordial for our fears. 



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CHORUS. Assai Allegro. 



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Glory, honour, praise and power, bo unto the Lamb forever, Jesus Christ is our Redeemer ! Hallelujah ! Hallelujah ! Hallelujah ! Praise the Lord! 

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116 



TWEED. CM. ^ Or. Carter^ ^^ ^ 

How sweet the n^i'ry "^ thy grace, My G^ my he^ily King : Let^ to ^ thy righteousness In sounds of ">"-" 



glo - ry sing ! 



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83. 



SALEM. C. M. 



117 









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thy ways ! 



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Second Treble. 



Tenor. 



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The bleating flocks spread o'er the downs, And shepherds shout — And shepherds shout — And sheplicrds shout thy praise. 



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118 



76. 



* DEVIZES. 



C. M. 



Tucker. 



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Awake, my soul. 



rise, ray tongue. 



Pre - pare a tune - ful voice ; In God, tli.e life of 






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joys. 



re - joice. 



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re - ioice. 






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92. 



MANCHESTER. 



C. M. 



Dr. Wainwright. 



119 



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There is a land of liv - ing joy. Beyond the ut - most skies. Where scenes of bliss witliout al - loy, In boundless prospect rise. 






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06. 



BRIDGEPORT. 



C. M. 



L. Mason. 






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Great is the Lord ; his works of mia;ht Demand our noblest songs : Let liis as - sein - bled saints unite Their harnjony of tongues. 



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120 COVINGTOIS. C. M. 



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the doors ; While ev-er-last-ing love displays, Thc 












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'^ How sweet and awful is the place, Wilh Christ within 



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choic - est of her stores. 



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ABBEVILLE. 



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"^ "^ Let al7th7la^dI,wiU, shouts of' joy" To God their voice^raiTe, Sing psj,lm^mJ.orKmr of his nan^, M>d 









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spread his glorious praise. 



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ROTHWELL. 



L. M. 



121 



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Blest be the Father ami his love, To whose celestial source we owe. Rivers of endless joys above. Ami rills of comfort. And rills of comfort here below. 



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6 6 

L. M. 



StanI 



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God of my life, thro' all its days, My grateful tongue shall sound thy praise ; The song shall wake with dawning light. And warble to the silent night. 



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122 

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St. CLAIRE. L. M. 



Soft. 









Lord when my thoughts de - light - ed rove. Amidst the wonders of thy love. Glad hope re- 

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vives my drooping heart. And bids in - triid - ing fear de - part. And bids in - trud - ing fear de - part. 









6 

4 



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Sl MARK'S. L. M. 



123 



^'^ '''^^^ '^« Lord, the just, the good. Who fills our mouths with joy and foodT" 



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Who pours hi; 






blessings from the skies. And loads us with his 



rich 



sup - plies. 



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124 



St. PETER'S. L. M. 



Harwood. 






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His hand will smooth my 






rug - ged wsy, And lead me to the realms of day ; 






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To milder skies and brighter plains, Where ev 



last - ing plea - sure reigns. 






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SHOEL. 



L. M. 



Shoel. 



125 






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And ^ bind his sheaves, and bear them home ; 






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The voice, long broke with sighs, shall sing. 



sing. Till heav'n with hal - le - lu - jnhs ring. 



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126 
If; 



SOMERSWORTH. L. M. 



Soft. 



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My sad complaints ia praises end, And tears of grat - i - tude descend ; I throw my sackcloth 



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the ground, Aad ease and glad - ness gird me round. And ease and gladness gird me round. 



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SURRY. 

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L. M. 



Coslellow. 



127 






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No more fatigue, no more distress. Nor sin nor death shall reach the place. No groans shall mingle with the son"-s. 



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Which warble 



from im - mor - tal tongues. Which war - ble 



from im - mor - tal tongues. 






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.128 



STERLING. 



L. M. 



Harrison. 






^ O come, loud antliKms let us sing. Loud thanks to our Almighty King ; For we our voices high should raise, 'When our salvation's Rock we praise. 

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TIMSBURY. 



7 

L. M. 



6 6 

John Smith. 



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Jehovah rei»ns, his throne is high. His rohes are light and majesty ; His glory shines with beams so bright. No mortal can sustain the sight. 



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a* 3 3 4. ^ 3 3 4. 



66. 



YORK. 



O. M. 



fM^^i 



John Milton, father of the Poet. 






129 






Thee we adore, E - ternal Name, And humbly own to thee. How feeble is our mortal frame, What (lying worms are we ! 



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84. 



BRADFORD. C. M. 



Handel. 



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I 6 8 7 

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I know that ray Re - deem- ev lives. And ev - er prays for me ; Sal - va - tion to his saints he gives. And life and lib - er - ty. 



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6 7 7 



H. & H. 



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130 5 92. 

Cod Spirito, 



BRAINTREE. 



C. M. 



m^mmi^^^m^=mmmmmm^^m^ 



mnmMmmmmimmmmmMmm\mi 

In God's own house pro - nounce liis praise. His grace he there re - veals : 



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'immmmmmmummmMim^Mm^Mm 



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To 



heav'n your joy and won - der raise. 



For 



there his glo - ry dwells. 



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6-^ 6 656 6 6 * 6657 



BEDFORD. 



C. M. 



131 



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razdiira: 



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Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray, I am for - cv - er thine ; I fear be - fore thee all the day, Nor will I dare to sin. 



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6 5 G 



AfTettnoso. 



6 5^6 

MEDFIELD 



6 tJ 7 

4. tr 
C. M. 



6 5 6 



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Mather. 



6 6 67 

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j(0 

y morn, without delay, O Lord, I seek thy f.ice ; My thirsty spirit faints away, ^V ithout Ihy cheering grace. 

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132 1*66. DUNDEK. C. M. 



Second Treble. 



Let 'not defspair nor fell revenge, Be to my bosom known, O give me tears for others' woes. And patience for my own. ^ 



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1 *■" .rZ-' ''~ '"' '• " 1 8756. T ^' 



84. 



n 
^ 



BARBY. 



'*iiiMS^3ili:iJiligilliiiii=iS 



C. M. 

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^Hopeloolis beyond the bounds of time. When, what wo now deplore. Shall rise in full immortal i,..,.,^, ....^ .^ ^ .-■--__ 

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I 



60. 



WINDSOR. 



C. M. 



Grave. 



G. Kirby. 



133 



iigi^iEiiiiiiii=iii=iiiiigiiiiiiigpaM 



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iggiiiiiiiiiiSiiiiiiijgiiiEiiiiiiiEgilii 



My God, how ma - ny are my fears. How fast my foes increase ! Their number how it mul - ti - plies ! How fa - tal to my peace ! 






5*6 597 8 7~"8 7~'#'' '6 6 5 7' ' 87 "s?" 87* 87 5 8757 

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I 



80. 



4f 3 — 

BURFORD. C. M. 



Purcell. 



Lamentevole. 



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§:p^Td^Jg3~ 



H- ! itf.-^--- 



Dark was the night, and cold the ground. On which the Lord was laid ; His sweat like drops of blood ran down, In ag - o - ny he pray'd. 



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134 



•80. 



CROWLE. C. M. 



Dr. Green. 



;gpigipi^gfe|ggi^|gi|gglililiiiiyiiiii^ai 



Life is a span, a 



fleeting hour, How soon the vapour flies ! Man is a tender, transient flow'r. That e^ in blooming dies. 






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4. 4 * — 

60.^ St. MARY-s 



* 7 6 I Z « * ^3 51 5 3 * 



C. M. 



6 *b 6 6 5 7 

4. 4> *— 

3 



dz3zi=i°i_flp 




LordT what is man, poor feeble' man, Born of the earth at first ? His life a shadow, lightjuid vain^ Still hasfning to the du^. 



4. 5 — 
4,3 



4> 3- 



^60. 

Lamentevole. 



BANGOR. 



C. M. 



Ilavenscroft. 



135 



iiiiiiiiiiiiililiitfliiMilfiSSiiii 

Hark ! from the tombs, a doleful sound, My ears at - tend the cry ; Ye living men, come view the ground. Where you must shortly lie. 



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60. 



8 7 <s_^ 5 6 8 7 5te6 -~ ^ 6 5 7 

♦ - — 6-:^6 4. tj- 

FUNERAL HYMX. 




3 

Dr. Miller. 



iiiil 



-66 687 

3 * *- 



-it-i — , 



C. M. 






The righteous souls that take their Sight, Far from this world of pain. In God's pa - ter - nal bosom blest. For - ev - er shall rs - main. 



6 #6 
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136 



BETHER. C. M. 



Dr. Howard. 



1^- 
xy — 



Return, God of love, re T turn. Earth is a tiresome^ pbce ; How long shall we, tby childreD^mourn,^Our absence from ^y face ? 



6 * 6 6 87 

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6 6 6 8 7 

5 * *- 



CHESTER. C. M. 









mmm 



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That awful day will surely come, Th appoi 



Th'appointed hour makes haste. When I must stand before my Judge, And pass the solemn test 



Iinat awiui imy will =i.icij .-«...^, ... -ir '-T— '-1 I It l"Ti~ 






6 6 76 5* 



so. 



PLIMPTON. C. M. 



Dr. Arnold. 



137 



Tenor and Alto. , S I ,_, d © -, ©--j Q ZIlgZZIZZDrin^irMZIirilimi 



^^fc^^^ii^^Eiliii^^=^sJ=±^SE?=E*=^^=^^ 



Now let our droop - ing 



hearts re 



Tive, 



And ev' 



ry 



tear be 



dry 



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Why should these eyes 






be drown'd in grief. 



Which view 



Saviour 



sh? 



H. & H. 18 



138 



St. AUSTIN'S. 



C. M. 



-^^~ 



Wm. Horsley. 



-#-!-- 



Behold thy waiting servant, I,ord, De - vot - ed to thy fear ; Re-mem-ber and confirm thy word, For all my hopes are there. 



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66. 



* 7 6 a 6 5 * 

ELGIN. C. M. 



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That awful day will sure - ly coma, Th'appointed hour makes haste, When I must stand before my Judge, And pass the solemn test. 






111 



-P-r 

-I — r 









* * 'S7 "*■ ' 6~ ■»'■»' ■ ' It~ 6" ' ~^' ■^' 6 6 8 t" ~ 

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84. 



WORKSOP. 



C. M. 



139 



To calm the sorrows of the miad. Our heav'niy Friend is nigh ; To wipe the anxious tear that starts, And trembles in the eye. 



calm the sorrows of the mind. Our heav'niy Friend is nigh ; To wipe the anxious tear that starts, And trembles in the eye. 



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84. 



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8 7 .5 6 5— 6*^ 6 6 87 

4 <f — 4* 4f ■#— 

HASELTok. C. M. 



87 5 



6 5 6 6 6 8 7 

4* * *— 



lajji: 



I. Jackson. 



lf:9::tJ35r:is;&i:sns: 



Help, Lord, for men of virtue fail ! Re - H - gioD los - es ground; The sons of wickedness prevail. And treacheries a - bound. 

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7 5 6 6 5 6 #rt 

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C. M. 



Dr. Thos. Busby. 



140 [»92. WAliTUJN. Kj. ai. ^-T ;— ^ 



Q ■izh g-ffi-T-Q — -j2~~'^~T~p~r — P — T~^~°~P — P T ° P~" 

— ^ '. , ~...~r „„„- »v^^ And raise your voic - es high ; 



raise- your eyes 



raise your 
I 






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Second Treble. 



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43 6 



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rf: 



Purcell. - m 



60. WALSALL. CM. ^ ^ ^ ^^^ 

ErO SZ^rfve ; iT LTcV -^TeproTe- Ana-in-^hy .ne,xy grant >-e - lief. Nor cast me fro:n thy love. 



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Rebuke me not 






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/-^"^ -»^ "?-P © Mt~1 — I — I'Jl ""zIj" 



84. 






fPs 



COLLINGHAM. C. M. 






I. Jackson. 



\0-i-' 









±z©zs;irzf£Z??^T:s 



By foreign streams that murmur'd round, While captive Israel mourn 



^5E3Hp^P^K'-=S?-^-P-f F- H 



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d, Their mind was free— their thoughts unbound, ■\Vere^still t'w^Zion bound- 



H, n_|— t^ ^^ ^ I f| 6=!^ 65 — 6- 6 6 6 7. I^^^ls 4^ ^ ^^ - * fe- 



142 
If 



88. 



FARNSWORTH. 



C. M. 



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_e p— r-p^--g-T:=§ :e— r-P^P- 



On Thee, each morning, O my God, My wak - ing thoughts at - tend ; 



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In Thee are found - ed 



all my hopes. In 



Thee my 



wish - es 



end. 









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80. 



CHRISTMAS HYMN. CM. 



Wm. Jackson. 



143 



-^7.^' 






-^-J^- 



:iiiliiiii?iiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiBgiiiMii 



While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night. All seated on the ground ; The angel of the Lord came down, And glory shone around. 

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43 



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" Fear not," said he, (for mighty dread Had seis'd their troubled mind,) " Glad tidings of great joy I bring. To you and all man - kind." 
P. P. 



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765667 666 65 5 ^7 6 §I§I 

5 4 3 4 * 43 3 65 43 



TROY. C. M. 



145 



p|pil|EF|pH|=|pp||i|||:||yg||g|^^ 

* Zion rejoice, and" juda i " sing, "xhe I,ord resumes his throne ; Come, let us own the heav'nly King, And make his_^ glories known. 



6 7 
4. * 



UEERFIELD. C. M, 



6 -*6 
3 



6 5 6 5 6 6-#-6 6 

3 



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A cordial for our fears. 



Sal - va-tion, O the joyful sound ! 'Tis pleasure to our ears ; A sov'reign balm for cv'ry wound, 



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43 



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6 6 6 *6 * 

1 



H. & H. 



19 



146 



88. 



FOUNDLING. C. M. 



1. Scott. 



The Lord himself, the mighty Lord, Vouchsafes to be my guide ; The Shepherd by whose constant care, My wants are all supplied. 

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7 6 43 



I ' 



CHELTENHAM. 



C. M. 



Ravenscroft. 



1 



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50. 



FUNERAL THOUGHT. 



C. M. 



Smith. 



147 



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Hark ! from the tombs, a doleful sound. My ears at-tend the cry ; 



Ye living men, come view the ground. Where you must shortly lie. 



mmmBmmmmimmwmmmmmmi^M 



iiSSiyi^Piiililli^iili:Heiiiiiiii 

6*6** 6 **6* ** 5 5'' 

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84. 



6 * * 

EYERSI.EY. 



* 
C. M. 



* * 
Dr. Nares. 









lig:jz®=p:t=n=e:i:i©iD:?r©:qio4©:pr&ip:5r— leq 



My soul arise ! shake off thy fears. And wipe tliy sorrows dry ; Jesus, in heav'n thy witness bears. Thy record is on high. 






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148 

ri3 



Tucker, 



••96. DEVIZES. C. M. Newly arranged. 



M\^ 



Second Treble. 



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A - loud will 



all ray joys, A - loua w,u I ^ - joiee, J^- '""d will Jt 



re - joice. 



lilPili 






6 5 6 5 

4.3 43 



8 7 6 :- 

65 43 



LANESBORO' 



C. M. 



14.D 



Second Treble. 



ii 



I haste to seek thy face ; My thirsty spirit faints away — My 

r " 



& 



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Early, my God, without delay, I haste to seek thy face ; My thirsty spirit faints away — My thirsty spirit faints away. Without thy cheering grace. 




6 4< 6 



6 6 67 ' '''^64.6'6.=> ~ ''"', "'6 4.66 c' 7 

4, 3 4# a 4. 



92. 



ASYLUM. 



C. M. 



|1- „ u._;^ :^Z^ _, _j ■ .. ._, ,._. - -H -I - o - - 



- — ^-h-b,-' 



Will. Horsley. 



pzT gzp: 



Theo I'll ex - to), my God and Kins, Thy endless praise proclaim ; This tribute daily 1 will brinsr. And ev - er hless thy name 









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150 r 80. 



CAROLINA. C. M. 



Coombs. 



iiii^i^liiiiiiliiiiili^ 






Re - turn, O God of love, re - turn. Earth is a tire - some place ; 






— 4, 
3 






— '*'~P~T Q T Q~* p~T~Jp~p — T~ 



|zPziE^3SEIEEEEE*|Ei=°EHr 



How long shall 



thy 



chil 



drcn, mourn. Our ab - sence 



from 



thy 



face ? 






^zSz^rir^' 



~l — I'i 1— I 1 — I 1 — T 1 — o~T~P~o T Q~ |~~T l"l~ 



6 4. 66 
3 



* 6 



65 

4«- 



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* 3 



41 



G4. 



HUDDERSFIELD. 



C. M. 



Dr. Madan. 



151 



zEzi^^^^iz-'EEEizf.z^ 



My hiding place, my re - fuge, tow'r, And shield art thou, O Lord ; I 



:^l£i: 



firm - ly 



anchor 






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-^^=^ !^^=^ ^ — V Second Treble. Alto. F. ^:=<^ ^ — ^ 



}= 



all 



my 



hopes, On thy un - err - ing word, On 



err - ing 



word. 



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152 f SO. 



BROOMSGROVEt C. M. 



render thanks and bless the Lord ; In - voke his ho - ly name, Ac - quaint the 



^ ~ '6~' ~ ^6 8 7 6P5 ~ ~ 6 56 6 7 

6 5 41 3 * tr 









with his 



deeds 



His match - less deeds pro - claim. His matchless deeds proclaim. 















6 S — 6 4. J 6 



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mm 



Allegro. 



SILVER STREET. S. M. 



1. Smith. 



1£3 



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-9 

Second Treble. 






Come, sound his praise abroad, And hymns of glo - ry sing ; Je - ho-vah is the sov'reign God, The u - ni - ver - sal King. 



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6 
4. 

CHORUS. 



6 6 5 

4* 



606 



6 4. 6 



S(_.J. 1 

6 8 7 
4* 






Hallelujah ! 



Hallelujah ! Hallelujah ! Hallelujah ! Hallelujah ! Praise je the Lord ! 



Praise ye the Lord ! Hallelujah ! Praise yc the Lord ! 



U. & H. 



.. . . 



154 ,» 96. 



PELHAM. 



S. M. 



Giardini. 



My soul, re - peat his praise, Whose mercies are so great ! Whose anger is so slow to rise. So ready to abate. 



*^ ~High as the heav'ns are rais'd. Above the ground we treaJ, So far the riches of his grace. Our highest tlioughts exceed, Our highest thoughts exceed. 

~ TT„icn„ F. P. F. ^—^ 



S^P 



EHSEti 



Unison.^ 



~T~rT»-!»— ^- T —it- 



' A .1 4,— — * a i 4. * * 



4. 3 4.— 



MOUNT EPflRAlM. 



S. M. 



Milgrove. 



155 



Your harps, ye trembling saints, Down from the willows take ! Loud to the praise of love divine, Bid ev' - ry string awake ! 
^ 7 5 > — <. 7 ^6«756367 6 46 C+Gb? 6*3736 6 7 



6 6 

4< 



3 ° 

* WESTMINSTER. 






S. M. 



Dr. Boyce. 



Behold the lol'ty sky. Declares its Maker, God ; And all the starry works on high. Pro - claim hi^ pow'r abroad ! 



6 4 
3 



* A new arrangement of this Tune, much better for general adaptfttion, will be found on page 15S 



7 6 5 6 4. 



6 4 3 5 8 7 

3 4 



156 *76. St. THOMAS 



S. M, 



A. Williams. 

:--) VT -1 I-t H Ht— 1- 

:-t2~Tr^-±:r!:iHrzr!:i:± 



High as the heav'ns are rais'd A - bove the ground we tread, So far the riches of his grace, Out highest thoughts exceed. 



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67 876 76 5 6 

45 65-1 5 4, 3 



5*6 3 6 

3 



73. 



DOVER. S. M. 



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Great is the Lord our God, And let his praise be great ! He makes his church his blest abode. 



His most de - light - ful seat. 



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EASTBURN. S. M. 



Harwood. 



To God, in whom I trust, I lift my heart and voice ! O let me not be put to shame. Nor let my foesn;joice! 

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•■ 80 
Maestoso 



CLAPTON. S. M. 



Jones. 



Maestoso. / — s / — \ _ _ ^ ; , ,, _ 

Thy name. Almighty Lord, Shall sound through distant lands : Great is thy grace and sure thy word ; Thy truth for - ev - er stands. ^ 



Tasto. Unison. 



Tasto. Unison. 



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SHIRLAND. 



S. M. 



Stanley. 



Second Treble. ^ — ^ P. F. 

Behold the morning sun. Begins his glorious way ; His beams through all the nations run, And life and light convey. 

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WESTMINSTER. S. M. New arrangement. From a Chant by Dr. Boyce. 

Second Treble. 

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B«hoId the lofty sky. Declares its Maker, God ; And all the starry works on high. Proclaim his pow'r abroad. 



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84. 



BUTTON. 



S. M. 



159 



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Maker and sovereign Lord, Of heav'n and earth and seas, Thy prov - i - dence confirms thy word, And answers thy decrees. 



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84. 



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BEVERIDGE. 



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4 6 6 6 7 

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S. M, 



A. Willianis. 



Welcome, sweet day of rest. That sa'v the Lord arise I Welcome to this re - viv - ing breast, And these re - joic - ing eyes. 
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160 



UTICA. 



S. M. 



L. Mason. 



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Behold the lofty sky, Declares its Maker, God ; And all the starry/ works on high, Proclaim his pow'r abroad. 



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BARNWELL. 



S. M. 



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My soul, repeat his praise. Whose mercies are so great ; Whose anger is so slow to rise. So rea - dy to abate. 






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,••80. 



MOUNINGTOX. S. M. 



Lord Mornington. 



161 



rforr: 






My gracious God, how plain, Are thy di - rec - tions giv'u ! may I never read ia rain, But find the path to heav'n. 



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ss. 



THESSALIA. S. M. 



Holt. 



risers: 



See what a livin.' stone, Tlic builders did re - fuse ? ¥et God hath built his church thereon, In spite of envious Jews. 



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INVOCATION. 



S. M. 

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Lockliart. 



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Come, Holy Spirit, come, Let thy bright beams a - rise, Dispel the darkness from our minds, And open 



all our eyes ! 






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43 



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83. 



FAIRFIELD. 



S. M. 



3 8 6 6 4 

3 5 



11. Harrison. 



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Let ditf ring nations join. To celebrate thy fame; And all the world, O Lord, combine. To praise thy glorious name! 'il 









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76. 



BLADEN I>LUG. 



S. M. 



German. 



163 






Exalt the Lord our God, Aad worship at his feet ; His nature is all ho - li - ness. And mercy is hU seat. 



6 4, 
3 



6 4 3 6 536 

3 ^4. 

i 



Chant by Dr. Randall. 



6 6 6 8 7 
4 5 



RANDALL. 



L. M. 






m^ 



Jehovah reigns, his throne is high, His robes are light and majesty ; His glories shine with beams so bright, No mortal can sustain the sight 






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164 



GREENFIELD. C, M. 






Begin, my soul, the lofty strain, In solemn accent sing A sacred hymn of grateful praise, To heav'n's Almighty King. 






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L. M. 



SPRINGFIELD. 



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The saffron tints of morn appear. And glow across the blushing east ; The brilliant orb of day is near, To , dis - si - pate the ling-ring mist. ^ 



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WATCHMAN. S. M. 



Leach. 



165 



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^ My soul with patience waits, For thee, the living God ; My hopes are on thy promise built, Thy nev - er failing word. 

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60. 



AYLESBURY. 



S. M. 



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5 6 5 6 6 7 

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Dr. Green. 






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From lowest depths of woe, To God I send my cry : Lord, hear my sup - pli - cat-ing voice. And gra - cious - ly re - ply. 
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166 

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80. 



LTTTLE MARLBOROUGH. S. M. 



To God, in whom I trust, I lift my heart and voice ; O let me not be put to shaiue. Nor let my foes re - joice. 

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80. 



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DUNBAR. 



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4. 



S. M. 



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6 6 8 7 
4. *— 



Corelli 



Grave. 






Wlien overwhelm'd with grief, My heart within me dies, Helpless and far from all re - lief. To heav'n I lift my eyes. 









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YARMOUTH. 



S. M. 



167 



Dr. Wainvvright. 






Jin; soul, What comfort shall I find ; Where is the sov'rcijn healin!; balm, For an af - flict - ed mind ? 

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,» 60. 

Lamentevole. 



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4 43 6543 4 

St. BRIDE'S. S. M. 



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Dr. Howard. 






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And must this body die ? This mortal frame decay ? And must these ac - tive limbs of mine, Lie mould'ring in the clay .' 









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168 f 92. 



PECKHAM. 



S. M. 



Isaac Smith. 



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H„.„ nlpa,M was I to hear The friends of Zi - - - on say. 



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er courts let us re - pair, And k eep the sol - emn day. 

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to her 



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R. Harrison. 



169 



HUDSON. S. M. 

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reat Cre - a-tor's praise. 



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FROOME. S. M. 



I Husband. 



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'>^ Ye sainu, in concert join. Your tunelul voic - es raise ; And celebrate in songs divi 






diTi^rVom^great Creator's praise, Your great Creator's praise. 



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65 6 6 6 ^ 

H. & H. 



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170 



BROOKLYN. 



L. P. M. 



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~" irr "aliVe earth their voices raise, To sing a lofty psalm of praise, And bless the great Je - ho -^vaVs^ name^ 



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His glory let the heathen know, His wonJers to the nations show ; And all his works of grace proclaim ! 



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^80. 



MARTIN'S LANE. 



L P. M. 



Dr. Arne. 



171 



V--l--e-j-e — ^'T^ — Q -[rf-^-«iQ|ZprT-p— — t •T-5---Q— r— i-g-T-PrrpTTy- Frr p— r-p-^ p|*T p — -■ 



^ - - . - -^ r- gg 6~~' 65 6 7 "43 6~ "glT'i^ el" ~ -^fi 6 6 5 87 



25 ^S __ 



My days of praise, shall ne'er be past, While life, and thought, and being last. Or irn - mor - fal - i - ty endures. 



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172 



St. HELEN'S. 



L. P. M. 



Jennings. 









Second Treble. 






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Let all the earth their voices raise. To sing a lof - ty hymn of praise. And bless the great Je - ho-vah's name ! 



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His glo - ry let the heathen know ; His wonders to the nations show ; And 



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all his works of grace proclaim. 



His glo - ry let the heathen know ; His wonder 

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4 44- 



572. 

Andante. 



NEWCOURT. 



L. P. M. 



H. Bond. 



173 



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Great God, the heav'ns well order'd frame, De - clares the glo - ry of thy name ; There thy rich works of wonder shine : 



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A thousand star - ry beau - ties there, A thousand ra - diant marks appear. Of boundless pow'r and skill di - vine. 



Voice or Organ. 



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6 87 
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174 5 ^^ 



KEW. C. P. M. 



Dr. Randall. 



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The joyful morn, my God, is come, That calls me to thy honour'd dome. Thy presence to^ a - dore. 



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Second TroMe. Alto. ^ — ^ ^—^ ^ ^ __^_^_ »_,«'IiTi__,_Q— ,,_ 

liiiiiiiiiliPSiiiiiiiiiiiEliEEiii^lii^l! 

My ^ the summons sh^~^ at - tend. With willing steps thy courts ascend. And tread^the hal - lowM floor. 

^ ^ ^ ■^■' ?~'3' 6 6 3 6 3 £S 6 C 6-7 

3 5 » * >» • 



76. 



RAPTURE. C. P. M. 



Harwood. 



175 



^""'^ ^^'J"" - ^" - «'i '^y- Let each en - rap - tur'd thought o - bey. And praise th'Almighty's name ! 



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Lo ! heav'n and_^ earth, and seas^ and__^ skies, In one me - lo - dious concert rise. To swoll th'in - spir - ing theme. 

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176 



AITHLONE. C. P. M. 



brerraaa Air. 



Largo 6 Piano. 



if' 



Second Treble. ^^ __ ^_ ^_ ^_ i^^-r i I ■!■] ^-t I ■ 

'o Thou that hear'st the pray'r of faith. Wilt thou not save a soul from death, That casts it - self on thee ? 

• . ' ~_r__. .t _.. n.,f fl„ .,. ivhnt mv Lord hath done. And suffer'd once for me. 



r have no refuge of my own, But fly to what my Lord hath done. An 

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SUFFIELp. S. M. 



117 



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The Lord my shepherd is, I shall be well supply'd : Since he is mine, and I am his. What caa I want beside f 






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He leads me to the place. Where heav'nly pasture grows. Where liring waters gently pass. And full sal - va-tion flows. 



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178 



HARTFOUD. U. M. 



• 84. HAK 1 J? UtlU. 11. m. ^ 



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Lord of the worl.ls a - bove, How pleasant and^how ^air 






The dwellings of thy love, 



'3#4. 6 — % \ 












Thy earthly temples are I To thine abode My heart aspires, 






With warm desires, To see my God. 



1 ny eariiuy lempica a.^. *« - j • i . _-. |-f"" 









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6 s'e 6 S 6 I ^ 



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72. 



DALSTON. S. P. M. 



A. Williams. 



179 









The Lord Je - ho - vah reigns. And royal state maintains, His head with awful glo - ries crown'd ; 



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687 76 6 57 

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Array'd in robes of light. Be - girt with sov'reign might. And rays of maj - es - ty 



round. 






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6 7 7 6 6 6 7 



180 



88. 



WORSHIP. 



S. P. M. 



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liiliOiii^Miilil^yisiiii^li^ilj 






How pleas - ant 'ti3 to see. Kin - dred and friends a - gree. 



Each in their proper sta - tion move^ 






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sirteiirptizai:— 






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And each ful - fil their part, With sym - pa - thiz - ing heart. In all the cares of 



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life and love. 

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84. 

Maestoso. 



St. PHILIP'S. 



H. M. 



Levesque. 



181 



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To God, the mighty Lord, Vour joyful thanks re - peat ; To him due praise af - ford. As good as 

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iniiii^i^iigiiiiiEiiii: 



lams; 



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he is 



great. For God does prove our constant friend. His boundless love shall have no 



end. 



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182 5 88. 

Maestoso, 



TRIUMPH. H. M. 



Lockliart. 






Siiiiai^iliiiliiiiiiiliigiiSi^P^ 



Re" - joice ! the Lord is King ! Your God and King adore ! Mortals, give tlianks and sing,^ And^ triumph^ . 






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K—^z 



— »=t»=s-=i:p=z:iz3— :^'r=^zi£Erzz==i-*'— "qiirEzizgziipzi— |— ipri^ 

! Lift up your hearts, lift up your voice ! Re - joice ! a - g°'". ^ I ^""V' ^^ " J"'"^ ' 
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4, 



so. 



RHAFTSBURY. H. M. 



W. Burney. 



183 









A - wake, our drowsy souls. And burst the slothful band ; The wonders of this day. Our noblest 






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656 65 ^ 6 ■# * 



6 56 

i 



u , m_ _jt ^ — P-^ -*■— -I* ? -ffi_-^ - 



songs de - mand. Au - spi - cious morn. Thy bliss - ful rays. Bright seraphs hail. In songs of praise. 






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6 8 1 

4 *- 



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6 87 
4 



184 



80. 



WEYMOUTH. H. M. 



Harrison. 



^>~-^ Second Treble. Alto. 



Jesus, our great High Priest, Hath shed his blood and died ! My guil - ty conscience seeks 



No ea - cri - fice beside. 



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Second Treble 



Alto. F. 



_,_,_,_, _, , _ _ _• Q_m_ m pi ._ 



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His precious blood did once atone, And now he pleads before the throne — His precious blood did once atone, And now he pleads before the throne. 






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4, -H 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 



•80. 



BETHESDA. H. M. 



Dr. Green. 



185 



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Second Treble. 



Lord of the worlds a - bove. How pleasant and how fair. The dwellings of thy love, Thy earthly 









5 64 :« 

4 












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temples are ! To tliiae aboJe, My heart aspires. With wann de 



sires. To see my God. 



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DAJlWELL's. H. M. 



Rev. Dr. Darwell. 



186 r^z. DAHWiii.i.'s. _-"^^^^ ._ --j-3-j — 1-T I I I— -pri 



'•^ -'^— d— i*^- 5—. ~ l' ,S v,n ,h, Glorious" morn! Hark! how the angels sing, " To you a 



Awake! awake! a - rise. And hail the glorious morn. 



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88. 



TRUMPET. 



H. M. 



Handel. 



187 






4-^ 



Ye boundless realms of joy, Exalt your Maker's fame. His praise your songs employ, His praise your songs employ, Above the starry frame : A- 






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bore the starry frame. Your voices raise. Ye cherubim And seraphim. To sing his praise. Your voices raise. Ye cherubim And seraphim. To siugliis praise. 



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188 



go, SABBATH. 7's. 6 lines. • From the German, " Freu dich sehr o meme Seele." 






Safely through an - oth - or week, God has brought us on our way ; Let us now a blessing seek, 



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^i Waiting in his courts to - day ; Day of all the week the best. Emblem 






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72. 



HOTUAM. 



Sevens. 



Dr. Madan. 



189 



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Jesus, lover of my soul. Let me to thy bosom fly. While the nearer waters roll. While the tempest still is high. Hide me, my 

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--^ ---^ 2(1 Treble. P. 

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Saviour, hide. Till the storm of life is past. Safe into thy hiven guide, O receiTe, O receive, receiya my soul at last. 







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190 



iL Tenor. 



11 ©-- 



PLEYEL's HYMN. 



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Sevens. 



Pleyel. 






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Second Treble. 






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Children of the heav'nly King, As ye journey sweetly sing ! Sing your Saviour's worthy praise. Glorious in his works and ways ! ■'■' i^ 

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STONEFIELD. L. M. & * 



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;taniey. 



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God of the seas ! thine awful voice Bids all the rolling waves rejoice ; And one soft word of thy command Can sink them silent on the sancL 



ce ; And one soft word of thy command Cai 



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6 6 7 



6 6 6 6 7 

4 ♦ 



6 4, 6 666 7 



»88. 
Dolce. 



WALES. 



Sevens. 



Mozart. 



191 



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Liglit of life. 



laph - ic fire, 



cv - ry 



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fainting soul inspire ! Love divine, thyself impart, 



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Shine in ev'ry drooping heart ! 

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Light of life, se - raph - is fire, Ev'ry fainting soul inspire ' 



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192 



I 



72. 



TURIN. Sevens. 



Giardini. 



I ^ ~ si of ~ God' thy ' blessins_^ grant" Still supply my jv^ want ! Tree of lifo. thine influe^ shed^ 

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^ wiih th7 «p my Tpirit ~ fled! " Tree of life^thin, jnaoenc* ^*hed, ^ Withjhy^ JIL."!! —J!!!!!,- —-— - 

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Pleyel. 193 



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Sov'rcign Ruler, Lord of all, Prostrate at thy feet I fall ; Hear, O hear, mj' ardent cry ; Frown not, lest I faint and die ! 

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72. 



ALCESTEU. Sevens. 



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When my Saviour, shall I be, Per - feet - ly resign'd to thee. Poor and vile in my own eyes. On - ly in thy wisdom wise. 



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3 4. i 4> 4 3 



6 6 87 

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SICILIAN HYMN^. 7, or 8 & 7. 



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Come thou Fount of ev'ry blessing. Tune my heart to sing thy grace ! Streams of mercy, never ceasing. Call for songs of loudest praise. 
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60. 

Aodantino. 



BENEVENTO. 



Sevens. 



Webbe. 



195 






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While, with ceaseless course, the sun, Hasted round the former year. Many souls their race hare run. Never more to meet us here. 









7 6 3 
3 4, i 



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5 6 

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Fix'd in an e - ter - nal state, They have done with all below ; We a little longer wait, But how little none can know. 









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4 — 3 



6 4 6 
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196 



^.80. 

.L,ii-go. 



VENICE. 



Sevens. 



Handel. 



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7 5 



Ho - ly Father, God of love, I^ook wijli mercy from above ! Let thy streams of comfort roll, 

^~ T T' ~6 7 (T? ' ~ 3 "^ 3 ' *^ ^ *' 

Pia. ^ — N 

Let them fill and cheer my soul ! 

Pia. ^— V 

Let them fill ant" cheer my so'il ! Let them fill - - - - and cheer my soul ! 

Pia. 

" ' — -e- P'''-' ^ ^i=r^i _ 

~*# 6 *63 65 6 Let them fill and cheer my soui . 

** 5 6 6-- *6 3 



VENICE. 



Continued. 



197 






Tutu. 



= ^g y-;*-fg-P-fgEF|E^EiE£[!ig^Efp= 



Ho - ly Father, God of love. 



Look with mercy from a 



bove. 



Look with mercy from a - bove ! 






Tutti. 



7 5 



7 5 6 7 8 7 

5 



3 6 6 7 

3 3 3 4 



»80. 



WORTHING. 



8's & 7's. 



Scliels 



33:|JSS 



Glorious things of thee are spoken, Zion, City of our God ; He whose word cannot be broken, Form'd thee for his own abode. 

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3 3X5 3 5 



56 7 4r3 87 65 6 6 66 6 5— 6 — 5 6 6 57 43 

34 6543* 4 3- 4, 



198 



SO. 



NUREMBURG. 7's. From the German, " Leibsler Jesu wird sind hier." 



Lord ! we come before thee now, At thy feet we humbly bow ; O ! do not our suit disdain ; Shall we seek thee, Lord in vain ? 
__ — — — 1 — — - - — — ""^oOOO . . 



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66. 



6 6 6 

ALSEN. 7, or 8 & 7. 



6 5 '®' " "e" ' 5 6 *" ' "" e" ' ' ' 6 5~ "'®~ .. 

87 87 



F. L. Abel. 



Largo 



3e 



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Sov'reign Ruler of the skies. Ever gracious, ever wise, All my times are in thy hand. All events at thy command. 



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4. 2 4,3 6 ^5 * 



76. 



LINCOLN. Sevens. 



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Dr. Boyce. 

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199 



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Morning breaks upon the tomb, Jesus dissipates its gloom ! Day of triumph through the skies — See, the glorious Saviour rise ! 



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6 4 6 6 7 
3 



6 6 6 5 6 



6 7 6 6 



6 8 7 
■I* 



SOUTHFIELD. S. M. 






Great is the Lord our God, And l«t his praise be great ; He makes the churches his abode, His most delightful seat. 



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200 



Lr\i-iro Affettuoso. 



AUSTRIA. 7, or 8 & 7. 



JNfozart. 






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O'er the hills I lift miae eye8, To those hills beyond the sWics ! Thence my soul her help de - rives, 



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4,3— 3 — 3 o4i -iJ 



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4 3 — 






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There my ho 



Re - fu^e lives. 



There my 



ho - ly Re - fuge lives. 



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6 6 



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4 34 



7 6 7 6 5 

5 4 3 



5 80. 

Allejro. 



BATH ABBEY. 7, or 8 & 7. 



Milgrove. 



201 



IliiiiiPisiPgiiliigliiiiiiigliliiiii 

High in yonder realms of light, Far above these lower skies, Fair and ex - quis - ite - ly bright, Heav'n's unfading mansions rise. 

4 3 6 7 —3 4.6 6^65 6567— "s *ii 6*6~7?' ' &~' 7 

45 35 43 43 444^ 

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1 I 

■•- -e- 



Built of pure and massy gold. Strong and du - ra - ble are they ; Deck'd with gems of worth untold, Subjected to no decay. 






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4 6 6 6 43 7 43 
H. & H. 



6 563 676 5 

4 3 6 4 5 4 3 



65 6 67-3 66 66 

4# 



5 7 

4 tr 



26 



202 



NORWICH. 



Sevens. 



L. Mason. 



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1 Gently slides the stream of life, Oft along the flow'ry vale ; Or impeluouf down tht; cliff, Ru-^hmg roars when storms assail. 

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2. 'Tis an ever raried flood. Always rolling to its sea ; Slow, or quick, or mdd, or rude, Tending to e - ter - ni - tj. 



6 6 

4 * 



6 6 7 

4 



6 * 6 6 6 

4. * 



MESSINA. 



S-s & 7's, or 7's. 



L. Kozelueh. 






Lovely is the face of natnre, Deck'd with spring's unfolding flow'rs, While the sun shows ev'ry feature. Smiling thro' descending show'rs. 

ey -©-©- — — 



6 5 

4 3 5 



80. 
Allegretto Maestoso. 



WESTBOROUGH. 8 & 7, or 8, 7 & 4. 



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Haydn. 



203 









-#- 



^ Mi,My^ God, E-ter-nal F.^her, No,, we glo - ri - fy thy uame ; Lord of all ere - at - ed' 



^ 5 ' I ' 6 25 6~" 76 

* 3-4 4. 



nature, 



'ure, 

4 
3 



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6 

* 



6-56 6 7 

3 4 4 



201 



» 80. ROTTERDAM. 7's. From the German, " Wir glaubea all' aa eiaea Gott." 

Morning breaks upon the tomb, Jesus dissipates the gloom ! Day of triumph thro' the skies— See, the glorious Saviour rise ! ^ j 



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6 8 7 
5 



fi 87 
5 



72. 



REUBENS. 8 & 7. 



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4.tr 



6 4, 
3 



fi 87 
5 



Paesiello. 



Dolce e Sostennto. 






1. When (hp winter's tempest lowers. O'er a bleak anO cloudy sky, Nature's lading fruits and flowers^ Hang their drooping heads and die. ^ 

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2. So niv bosom comforts languish. Like a lily over-blown, And my heart is fill'd with anguish, When 1 see my Saviour frown. 

7 f, r, T 6 6 I. b f '^ ^ ^ 1 ^ 






HELMSLEY. 



8, 7 & 4. 



Dr. Madao. 



205 









Lo ! be comes with clouds, de - scend • iiig, Once for favour'd sin - ners slain, 






-^==iii 



Thousand, 



thousand 



saints 



at - tend - ing. Swell the triumph of his train.— 



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8 7 
3 5 



6 8—6—5 



6 3 5 5 

5 is 



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Tutli. F. 



Hal - le - 111 - jah ! Hal - le - lu - jah ! Hal - le - lu - jah : Je - siis now shall ever rsign. 
S ■-=> - - - ^ ^^^^^ Tutti. F. 



34. 



206 



72. 



«T#S-^H^.: 



ANGOLA. 



5eve!is. 



Hitnmel. 



--'--• y--' ■ - yf^ 



Kl.e. le faints, to nrais^■ vniir fflno- c 111 „„„r .,„„»t„.t .,.o,.~ ...;.„ T.-l_ _, TT "^ '^'•*~.V~" ""' ' "" *~ ~ 



.V"^ ^a'n<Mo praise your King! All your sweetest pisiioi,. raise, Holy pleasure while you sing, BienJing" wiili your notes of'jTaise ! 

■^4'0 '7*' ^^'^ 



2 

*72 

Maestoso. 



4. 5 

GANGES 



4* 

8, 7, or 8, 7 & 4. 



Beethoven. 



^, ^ ^^'!''' ""' ^1"^' ""* "^f^' <^'''=^'°^ Bountej,us s^ou^rce of .v'" joy : Praise him all ye works' of' naturlTT Let'-hie pr«i.e our tongues employ f 

« I I- * 6 57 *6 6 6-^7 5 -- 6*6 6 — « J* ^ 

3 54 



76. 



CALVARY. 8 & 7, or 8, 7 & 4. 



,/j_ . _^ "' ">•«--'• otanley. 207 



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Hark : the voice of love and mercy, Sounds a - Icul froni Cal - va - rv ' «ep it ' 'T Tl 

J _ _ •■ ^ . — ^ — ^ ■' • '^'^'=1 " rends the rocks 

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f J =ai- 5:}z©— SzffLsi- 



t> 5 -i 3 



PjL_ 



Shakes the earth and veils the sky ! " 1 












t is finish'd !" " It is 

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i-l — 1 — : — '_ I 
finifhVI !" Hear the dying 






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sun-der, 

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cry. 

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«Z 4, 



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208 

r 
I 



DANBURY. C. M. 



Awake ye saints, and raise your eyes. And raise your voices high ; Awake, and praise that sov'reign love, That shows sal - va - tion nigh. 



LITCHFIELD. C. M. 






Ye hearts with youthful vigour warm, In smiling crowds draw near; And turn from ev'ry mortal charm, A Saviour's voice to hear. 

t- t I ^ 6*^67 667 66^6 56 6 67 j 



•■ 75 
Uolce. 



SMYRNA. 



Mozart. 



209 



8 & 7, or 8, 7 & 4. 

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Gently, Lord, oh gently lead us, Thro' this lnwly vale of tears-: And, O Lord, in mercy give us, Thy rich grace in all our fears ! 

64. 6 56fiS636 6743 6* 6 6675&66 5667 

35 4.3 4.5 4 5 4. ^4 4. 

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Oh ! refresh us with thy blessing: Oh ! re - fresh us with thy grace — Oh ! re - fresh us — Oh ! re - fresh us — Oh ! re - fresh us with ihy grace. 



6 6 

5 

H. & H. 



6 5^6 t; 87 

* 4.*,- 

27 



— 6 5 

4 3 



5— 6 6 6 7 

4. 



210 S 72. 

Atfettuoso 



WILNA. 8, 1, or 8, 7 & 4. Monsigni. 



Lord, in mei - cy, oh ! pro - tect us ! Keep, oh ! keep us thro' the day ! Thou a - lone can»t on • ly save us ; ; 



6— 6 
5 



5 6 6 7 

4 



7 6 " fi 4. 6 

5 * 5 4 2 



Un - to tliee we sin' and pray. Lord, in mer - cy, oh ! pro - tect us ! Keep, oh 1 keep us thro' tlie day ! 



6 6 6 7 6 5 

4 3 



7 7 6 
5 



6 6 7 

3 4 



I 

Moderate. 



211 



GREECE. 8 & 7, or 8, 7 & 4. 



Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing, Fill our hearts with joy and peace I Let us, each thy love pos - sess - ing, 

"^ir'-. _ _ a , _ . _ _ m. Q_ ^~^ ^^. 



6 5 6 
4, 

3 



4> 



4 6 

2 



6 4, 
3 



I ^fe ■ 



Triumph in re-deein-ing grace. Oh ! re - fresh us! Oh I re - fresh us! Trav'ling thro' this wil - der - ness ! 



6 6 



7 



5 6 
4 

2 



6 6 



212 5 66. 

Largo Cantabile.e Sostenuto 



AUTUMN. 8 & 7. 



Viotti. 



Largo Cantabile.e Sostenuto. ^ - ^ ^ j a i |..,_i— ■■ — i, kt-* — m ■-»— -(••T** iH-fd'li'T"®-"! 



See the leaves around u. falling, Dry and wither'd to the ground ! Thus to thoughtless morUls calling, In a sad and solemn sound- 
fiS 6 66666687 1 % 4, 



6 5 

4> 3 



5 * 



« Sons of A*al, (once in Eden, " When like us, he blighted fell,) " Hear the lecture we are reading, " 'Tis, a - la, ! the truth we tell !" 

j^E^zpz£zJz^zez|a^^i|iT3zJz^z3=5^r3f ,3 '4 1^^ _-^-EJ EiE:±t~i-fc*-B ==^-f fffi --i:f^-i^ii- 



80. 



AMSTERDAM. 7 & 6. 



Dr. Narcs. 



213 



^^zlE3Ej|=iEprpEpzpEprKEg:3i=gf^ 






Rise, my soul, stretch out thy wings, Thy better portion trace ; Rise from tran - si - to - ry things, tow'rds heav'n thy native place. 






4 6 

3 



6 5 6 3 
3 



4 6 3 6 
3 4. 

3 



2d Treble. P. Alto. m ^- ^ 

iBtiSiiiiiiiliiilliyiiiiiiililffcili 

Sun and moon and stars decay. Time shall soon this earth remove ; Rise, my soul, and ha=te away. To seats prepar'd above. 



6 4^ 



4 6 6 6 6 7 

3 4> 



214 5 72, 



Andante e dolce. 



TRIVOLI. 8 & 7, or 8, 7 & 4, Pleyel. 

iililiiiiiiili^liiililiiiiPteiiiiiiil 

See from Zion's sacred fountain, Streams of liv - ing water flnw ! God has open'd there a fountain, 









5 5 67 3 57 36 687 587 5 6t; 6 7 -3 

*3 4. 4. *- 5 * — 



6567 3 57 36 687 

43 4. 4 



IL 



Blessed, Blesfed, 

_, _ P. Solo. Tutli. Solo. Tulli. P. Solo. 

This sup - plies the plains be - low. They are blessed — They are bles"d, Who its sovereign 

^ ~ Blessed, Blessed, 

P. Solo. Tutti. Solo. Tutli. P. Solo. 



ii? 5 66 67 — 3 

5 4, 5 - 



Blessed, 



6 V 

4, 5 



TRIVOLI. Continued. 



215 



^ -^ — ^ Tulti. F. 

virtue know. They are blessed — They are blessed, Who its sov'reign virtue know. 



Tutti. F. 



fi 7 6 5 

4. 5 4 



' ~ fi 7 6 5 fi5 67 3 5736 687 587.5 b6 6 7 3 ~ 



57 36 6 87 5 87 



-#-ft 



4.3 4. 

CONCORD. 8's & 7's, or 7's. 



6 7 3 

4, 5 






-*^.^-r- 






Praise the Lord, the great Creator, Bounteous source of ev'ry joy : Praise him all ye works of nature : Let his praise our tongues employ 1 



' 9- 



_ _ _ . . ^-^^ ^ ^ ^_^. .^_^. - - ~* — " ' ~ ' 'i^~-.' ~ ~ " "e" 4 ' 6 7 " * "" 



^ % 2 ' 



T AM WORTH. 8, 7 & 4. Lockhart. 

,_3_t-, i-C—t-, »_T — g j_i__|3_ J j__^_i — |_„t_ 1 i_j_ — Iff ■» L J — I — — -•— "-to J-a-^-l — u— •• -"-c: 



216 5 80. 

Andante. 



Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, Pilgrim thro' this barren land ! 







5 72. 






6 ^ 6 8 7 ^7 

EDYFIELD. * Sevens. 



C. L. Latrobe. 



Lord ! fuhniissive make us go, Gladly leaving all below ; Only Thou our leader be, And we still will follow Thee. 



1 



8 7 ^6 

4t 



4> (i 6 fi 7 

3 4> 



80. 



EDENTON. H. M. 



2l7 



::ta=n5: 



lundless realms of 'jny. Exalt joiir Maker's fame, His praise jour songs employ. A - bove Ihe 



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6 4. 

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6 6 6 65 

4, 4,3 






7 6 5 

ti * tr 



4. 6 5 6 

tr 



rri?:"fc- 






P_.p_-r-P_:Q"--p-P Q T e - 



starry frame. Your voices raise, Ye cher - u - biin Anil ser - a - pliim, To sing his praise. 



6 7 



4, 6 

3 



5^6 



H. & H. 



28 



3 



6 65 

43 



218 



Florio. 



f 



WICKLOW. 8 & 7, or 8, 7 & 4. 

Solo. ^^ — ^ ^ — ^ j"^"''_ _ ^7~r^.._ ^r2r«_ (2 ^"'!i _ 

When the vale of rfpath ap - pear?, (Faint and cold this mor - tal clay,) Kind Fore-runner, sooth my fears, 



Largo F.xpressivo. 



Tutti. 



Solo. 



»i JziEE"^El:g-"riilEE" ~i g:-zf rfe ?=^rf 

Organ. 



Voice. 7 65 7 6 8 7 



Organ. 






^ V TaVj. F. Ip|»- 

Ijglit me thro'^the dark^oioF wiy ! Lmht me li.ro'' the durk'onie way! Brei-St the sharlows, brf.ik the .shadows, 






Tutli. F. 



I I J_ _ _ I '_ -1 _ '_ ' S^lft*- -''^ -''^- 



Voice. 6 



I 



) r 



WICKLOVV. Continued 



219 



=WMM 



i»-»- 



U<h - er 



fer - nal day. 






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e"'^ 6 5 3^ fi" 7 ^ 6 7 -«- ^ -3- — — - 

3 5 4. * 

,•■84. GOSHEN. Eights. 



Ye angelp, who slatid round the throne, And view my ImmanuePs face, In rapturous songs make liim known. Tune all jour soft harp? to his praise. . 
64, 64. 576 64. 65 04. 6 — 87 -5 6 6 66687 



6 5 -i 



220 



84. 



Harwood. 



WANWORTH. Eiglits. 



My gracious Redeemer I love, His pr<iisee aloud I'll proclaim. And join with the armies above. To shout his a - dor - a - ble name. 



5 84. 

C Second Treble. Graaioso. 



6 4 6 4 

2 3 

SPRING. 



6 
5- 



Eights. 



5 6 5 4 6 

34 3 i5 

Thos. Clark. 



6 87 
4 



! pggfi'3i±3i«rg :. iji^rirt^ t^^^iEriiJl ^73^5 jli*zi •xizil^^ 




1. The w'rll^r is ovi;r and pone : Thfi thrush whistle? sweet on the sprajr, The turtle breathes forth her foft moan, The lark mounts and warble, away. 



2. Shall etery creature around, Their voices in concert unite. And I, the most favour'd, be r.iind, In praisinc to take less delight. 



5 5 3 
3 4 
2 



* 6 66 6 7 5 



t 



65 6 6 

4 3 



6 87 65 
4 6543 



S. Awake, then, my harp and ray Inte ! Sweet organs your notes soflly swell 1 No longer my lips shall be mute, The Saviour's high praises to telli 
4. His love in my heart shed abroad, My graces shall bloom as the spring ; This temple, his Spirit's abode, My joy, as my duty, to sing. 



66. 



221 



SAVANNAH. Tens. Pleyel. 



iiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii=iiii|iiE^gifii 



From Jesse's root, behold a branch a - rise, 



Whose sacred flow'r with fragrance fills the skies : 









6 ~ 3 -■ ~ ~ " 4. 6 ~ 5 8 7 



_ _ ____ _:£' 'B' - _ _ _ _"* _Q_ ^r^_ 



The sick and wsak, Ibe Ijealin; plant shall aid, 



Tronj storms a shelter, and from Iieat a shade. 






e-^-pL_ft 



S- ,-0_ 



6 6~ ~ ' ■fe6~ «' ~ * "e "^ ~ 8 7 



3 



222 



80. 



i ^S^3E; 



EASTER HYJMN. 



Sevens. 



Dr. Worgan. 



'.zz-i—a: 



:ilq 









X 



~S'4 



ili=i^iMiii^ii!lliiliiifiiPig§iif!lliilMl 



Chri«t our Lord is ris'ii to - day, HA 



le - lu - jah, Sons of ojen and angels say, Hal 



- le' - la - jah, 



W ^-3-"^ — d^-- ------cf:: ^ •:_gL g-i^- -i:d-g-ip3-g — i: :i®r*i*_id_ilS^?_^^T^ 



46 56 6 687 

3 4 4 

3 



6 5 6 
4 
3 



65 46 56 6 687 

4 3 3 4 4 

3 






Rai?e your songs and triumphs hi^h, Hal 



le - 111 - jrth, Sinf;, ye heav'ns, and earth reply, Hal - - - 



ie - III - - jah. 



iliiiiiiiSlii^Pliiiiilililt^iii^ 



— 6 4 
3 



*6 6 5*6 
4 4 

3 3 



4 6 
2 



6 5 6 4 6 4 6 6 6 5 7 

43 3 2 4 



n Dolce 



PORTUGUESE HYMN. Elevens. ^ 223 

The Lord ii our shephenl, our guardian, and gniile, What-ev-er we want he will kindly provide, To sheep of his 



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^ '^ ?§ '^ 55 ^ -?** 3*6 63 f. 7- ^6*3 
*3 4 3 4 — * 4 ■#• — 3 

^ Solo. p. Tulii. F. 

pasture his mercies abound, His care and prolectinn. His care ai.d protection, His care and protection liis flock will surround. 

^ Solo. p. if 9* f^ .j.^^lj j,,_ 

6 3^ — 6 6 """ " ~ " 4." 6 *6 3* 6 6 6 7 

t^ 1 A. ^ ti A. 



224 g 84. 

Affpttuoao. 



HAMILTON. 



10 & 11. 



ia^sjiiiii^iiiijsiiiisiiiiii 




The day 13 far spent, the ev'ning is nigb, When we must lay down the body and die. 









7 65 
5** 



87 665 76587 "5§ 

65 4* 5** 65 *♦ 






E|||ppp|p|5|^P^=3E3=J=3:5E|3li§i^^ 



spirit prepare. 



Great God, we tur - reft-der our dust to thy care ; But, oh ! for the summons our 



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6 5 65 



65 5 - 87 14 



#6" 6*6 sa* 5^6 356 6 6 87 

4 4 2- * * 



66. 



WALWORTH. 



10 & 11. 



225 



Dr. Wainwright. 

flliiaiiiiii^iiiiiailigiiiiiilB 



Behold ! the Judge descends, bis guards are nigh : Tempest and &re attend him down the sky. Heav'n, earth, and hell draw near ; let all things come, 






4 6 4 6 

3 6 



6 466 6 657 

3 5 4 3- 



6 #6 
4 
3 



6 8 7 6 5 

5 6 5 4* 






To hear his justice and the sinner's doom I " But gather first mj saints," (the Judge commands,) " Bring them, ye angels, from their distant lands 1" 

Piiiliii^iigiiiiiiiiipiiiiglPililO 



♦ #6 6*6 6 6 87 

4 4 5 4 #- 

H. & H. 29 



6 4 6 *6 

4 

a 



6 * 6 6 6 6 5,7 

4 3- 



226 



66. 



MONTAGUE. 



10 & 11. 



Not to our names, thou only just and true, Not to our worthless names is glory due ; Thy pow'r and grace, thy trulh and justice claim, 

! ^?Mi —p^EiEd— iE±Epi^z«E*£irEE4EEitir;J-a^^':|ERrui3r«^ lE -r[--|JE--H~p-"P~.-p-?E|:Ej 

_| ~ ~7~ - - - - -h— ^ - — ^ ^ — - - 

3*4. 

Immortal honours to thy sovereign name. Shine thro' the earth from heav'n thy blest abode, Nor let the heathen say, " Where is your God V 



5 6 — 4. 

•J, 3 



6 7 6 5 

5 4 ^3 



6 5 6 

4* 
3 



6 6 7 

4 * 



66 * 66 687 

3 4 4 



88. 



SUFFOLK. 8, 7 & 4. 



227 



rr^f-: 






Lo : he comej, with clouds de - scend - in;, Once for fairour'd sinners slain j Thousand, thousand saints at - tend-ing, 



^ _ _d.^_fl_d ,_p._ 



-.^ziz^~-jpz-r-B.-?.ix-- 



-~P-T-P-*S-T-Q-»-r,— d-,-d 



zil~ 






6 87 

5 *- 







Swell the triumph of his 



train. Hal - le - lu - iah ! Hal - le - lu - jah .' God ap - pears on earth to reign. 

A- Q P-, 






ti ' I 



6 87 

5 #— 



228 g 88. 

Maestoso. 



LYONS. 10 & 11. 



Uaydn. 









Oh 1 praise ye the Lord, prepare a new song ! And let all his saints in luii coucerx join . 



6 — 



sr 



64. 



b 3 6 5 
4 3 



piiijiiiiJiiiiiiiiiEiii^iiiiii^iiiiiai 






iMii] 



bt=b-t=±:tii: 



With voices u - nit - ed, the anthem pro - long, And show forth his praises in mu - sic di - vine. 



iEPiiSi 



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9 ^7 - 6 5-6 

ej ^ - * 3-4 

.4 



6 — 



6 6 3 6 7 
4 



88. 

, Maestoso, 



St. MICHAEL'S. 10 & 11. 



Handel. 



229 



a Tiaesioso. ^— v. ^^~s 



s_?E^:P^ 






IIIeI 



Oh ! praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice, His praise in the great as - sem - bly to sing ; 



:a;3:Jz?=?=-- 



i^ 



6 ~ 6"~5 6~5 7" ~§ #6~ 6 7 

4 * 



H-zf-^id: 



S^sp:i=§zsp^ii=p5pi^izpz:p:=?i^i;i;8.z^ 

jnice. And heirs of sal - va - tion be glad in their King ! 



In their great Cre - a - tor let all men re 



iii^ii 



4h *fiG 6"~6-*6 ""e" " 4. " 6 5 7 






230 TOLLAND. C. M. 



Reginald Spofforth. 



I sing the mighty pow'r of God, That made the mountains rise, That spread the flowing seas ahroad. And built the lofty skies. 






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iliiieiiiiiiiiiiiiiilgiiiSi 



3 3 3 3 3 3 3 



6 6 7 
4 



6 - -56 - 
4. — 
3 - 



6 6 7 






^:hzzzfLi-^z^^:pz:m:x:zZe.T-:\z7J.!LrMz^:iJ^ 



I sing the wisdom that ordainM The sun to rule the day, The moon shines full at his command, And all the stars obey. 



«l=:^-irE:ttrE:i:t:E:±iE=E:t:b:Ji5-i:l:tizE:i:E£;i:!=:J:5fiE 

8-7-6-5 T.S. 765 6 5 667 



8 — 7 — 6 — 5 
6 - 5 - * - 3 



6 5 

5 4) 3 



588. 

Maestoso. 



St. DENIS. Eleve 



ns. 



Irish Air. 



231 



r^:ii^--4-;=1-=;=::^=f=:1^i=!=-: 




#e4rj 



Alio ad lib. 






n 



__ -^' "i"'!!"' :_" ''^''''"2!z: """" " '■' '^^'^ '""' ~ si^~^"^~^<^~ "gioT^"".!,: ^aisrttris i, . 

^- J"y^'"__'- - J-"- on - ceasin. a - rise; 'a" " 7„in~he~uir cWus thaT "gladTers^he ^S ~ 






i^l0.:Et~j-^_ 



65 
65 43 



7 6 'f~ 
4- 3 



6 4 5e7 7" ~ 

3 ^ * 



232 



92. 



BERMONDSEY. 6 & 4. 



Milgrove. 



fiipiiiililiMEliiMsiiiifiiiliSiiiiiii 

Glory to God on high Let earth and skies reply, Praise ye his name ! His love and grace adore, Who all our sorrows bore ! Smg aloud, 

Tasto. .ftJ-ltlft. .^ ^ ^ •'£ ft- - i- ,-_ .-^ Sll°'- • 

3_[^_l -I -"-^-hlZr- — 565 6 6*3 87*66 

" 3 o 5 

i[|ililliiriii^iii&!iilifepiiiiM 



evermore, Worthy the Lamb !— Worthy the Lamb !- 



Worthy the Lamb I 



Sing aloud, evermore. Worthy the Lamb ! 
1 /^ 



_^ F. Inst '°!itf|*i. -p^ jL"^ A 

^ ^Ts 6 6 r "^ J-l— ^--1— -f^sso^TfiJrasaasa '^e 75 6 6 ^ 



I 



l\J.ie>(oso. 



ITALIAN riYMN. 6 & 4. 



Giardiui 



233 



II 



Come, thou Almijhty Kinj, Help us thy name to slug, Help ui to praise I Father all glorious, O'er all victorious, Come and reign over us, Ancient of days ' 

1 a«to. 



6 6 67 



6 4 6 

a 5 



16 6 6 5 6 6" 

4, 4, :i 4 



»G6. 



GREENVILLE. 8 & 7, or 8, 7 & 4. 



llslil 



L>. C. 



Gently, Lord, oh ! gently lead us. Thro' this lowly vale of tears ; And, O Lord, in mercy gire ns. Thy rich grace in all our fears I 

Frne. 



Oh I refresh us — Oh '. refresh us — Oh I refresh us with thy grace. D. C. 
_ iin-. 



H. & a. 



30 



234 I* 7'2. 



HINTOX. Elevens. 



German Air. 



I f^-i 



lipiiffliiiliigillpiipii^aiiii 

The Lord is our shepherd, our guardian, and guide : What - ev - er we wanl, he will kind - ly provide, 






65 6 

43 



7 



6 6 7 
4> 



fr:9tg;il 






zrsziz*: 



:~i-i 



— • P— (• 



lt-»=»zi=. 






To sheep of his pas - ture his mercies a - bound, His care and pro - tec - tioa his flock will surround. 

|Siii|lp^i3ei|i^prg:jiii|iiE#;iijii 






5« J _ 



7 



6 6 7 
4 



MISSIONARY HYMN. 



L. Masoo. 



235 



Second Treble. 



'- ' ' * ~ -•-" -•- ~ ~ Z^ - — — - «i ^ ^. 

1. From Greenland's icy mountains, From India's coral Etrand ; Where Afric's sunny fountains Roll down their golden sand ; 
Treble. Moderato. 

2. What though the spicy breezes, Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle ; Though ev'ry prospect pleases, And only man ii Vile ; 
Base. 



3. Shall Me, whose souls are lighted By wisdom from on bijh. Shall wt to mea benighted, The lamp of life deny ? 

4. Waft, WAFT ye winds, his story; And you, ye waters, tall. Till like a sea of glory, It spreads from pole to pole; 






1. Flora many an ancient river, From many a palmy plain, They call us to de - liver, — Their land from error's chain. 

2. In vain with lavish kindness The gifts of God are strown ; The heathen in his blmdntst Bows down to wood and slo.ie. 

3. Salvation ! O salvation ! The joyful sound pro - claim. Till earth's remotest nation, Has learnt Messiah's name. 

4. Tin o'er our ransom'd nature. The Lamb for sinners elain, Redeemer, King, Creator, Returns in bliss to rei^-n. 



236 



f- 69. 



lovain: 



L. M. 



German Tune ; " Jesu Christ meines Lebens ficht." 



\B-- 



■±-nzPiEipipz^imzB.in 



^^^iBtzbibztiizzz 






Thus far the Lord hath led me on, Thus far hi* pow'r prolongs my days; And tv'ry ev'niiig shall make known, Some fresh memorial of his grace. 

liiiiililiiiiiiiliiiiil 

56 fi 87 5^6 5 56 3S4. 6 87 57 



t¥ 






G t 



69. 



BERLIN. 



6 6 5 6 fi 8 7 

5 4. ti- 



L. M. 



German Tune ; " Auf Christenmensch, auf — " 



k<?4fi-- 



iliiiiiiiiiliiiigiiiiiliii^^^ 

Happy the church, thou sacred place. The seal nf thy Creator's grace : 'l"hy holy courts are his abode, Thoii earthly palace of our God. 



5 4 



84. 



DUNSTAN. 



L. M. 



Dr. Madaii. 



237 



Awake, ray soul, to hymns of praise, To God the song of triuinph raise ; Adprn'd with niaj - es- 

_^_ _ _ -»-_ _ -A^ 



'I 

3 



a 



6 5 V h 
4. J 54. 



i^t^ 



'i= 



EliiiiaiiiliSiiiiliSliipiipilMi 

ty di - vine. What pomp, what glo - ry. Lord, are thine ! What pomp, what s'ory, Lord, are thine ! 

p. F. 



5 6 (* 5 



5 6 6 87 

4i 



2S8 



80. 



NAZARETH. L. M. 







Return, my 60ul,.aud sweetly re^t, Oa thy Almighty Father's breast ; The bounties of his grace adore, And count his wond'rous mercies o'er. 



&--r 






6 + 87 



6 6 8 7 

■9— * tj- 



4. 6 4. 7 



6 4.6 6 6 8 7 

3 <t 



76. 



BllAMCOATE. 



L. M. 



iiiiiiliilPilEgiiiiiliiiliiliiiilli^^i 



m$^^m^^m^mm^^^^^^^^mm 



Awake, u/y tongue, thy tribute bring, To him, who save thee pow'r to sing ; Praise him, who is all praise above, The source of wisdom and of love. 






iiiiilliiipilifiSfiipi 






6 *6 
4t 



6 4. 6 



6 87 



*80. 



LEYDEN. L. M. 



Costellow. 239 

Sal - va - tion i, for - ev • er nigl. The souls that fear and love the Lord ; And ^race, d7 - 7r.ei7^~7~' 

-#„^ i-T~l 1- 






^-f 7- *-- s z" " z -- -|-f-" f - -^=^^«^^-^-~ u---^ 



X-Q-^-^ 1— - 

1 ■^^^- — -J — 



r#:T^-s— r-T -.-^-^-^— r-^-^« 



'oiD on high, Fresh hopes of glo - ry shall af - ford. Fresh hopes of glo - ry shall af - for< 






F. 
Tasto. 



1 

.iiipiisppiiiiiiilisiipipiii 



240 



ss. 



ATLANTIC. 



L. M. 



Geoige Gates. 



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zz-Sz!:t 









-(3 

:ee 

© e — T — © — = — T -x-P- 



Conie, O my soul, in sa - cred lays, 



At 



tempi thy great Cre 



tor's prdi^e : 









6 f. 5 6565 ~~66fi7" 

43 ;i 4 tr 






But, O, fflnt tongue can fpeak his fame ! What raor - tal verse can reach the thenie. 






:%-irg: 



6 5 6 5 — 7 ~ 43 6 5~6 5-6 66 7 ~ 



65 — 

43 - 



6 6 7 

4 



76. 



TIMSBURY. L. M. 



I. Smith. 



241 



Jehovah reigns, his throne is high, His robe» are light and majesty ; His glory shines with beams so bright, No mortal can sustain the sight. 



6 $6 6 6 6 

7 tl 



6 5 
4 3 



•■72.' 



6 * 6 6 * "6 

HAMBURG". L. M. Gregorian Chant ; " Benedictus" — see Novellos' Evening Service. 






wmim^mmmMmmmwimmmmi ' 

Sing to the Lord with joyful voice ; Let ev'ry land his name adore ; Let earth, wilh one uniled voice, Remond his prai'e from shore to shore. 



6 #« 65 

* 43 



H. & n. 



31 



6 6 4i 6 - 
42 4 



6S P 
43 



6 65 



242 



BERKSHIRE. C. M. 



Dr. Calicott; 



To ZIob's hill I lift mine eyes, Fr..m tlience is all my aid ; From Zron'e lull and Zion's God, Who hrav'n nnd earih h.t mhrit: 



SiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiJii^iliSJiH^^^ 

6 -^K 7 6 5^6 56 fi 7 6 6-^6 6 * 6 h 7 

3 ° ii 

f- 66. AVEIMAR. L. M. German Tune; "Wer nur den lieben Gottlasst walten." Christian Newmark, 1660. 

' £gED}a=||PE&:!:?;|E °5£|^:?p:i}^Eci|£P{ef gFPi|NiE|z.§rg3^ ;^r 

Thro' evVj age, etr - nal God, Thuu iirt mir rt-t, nur safe abode ; High was thy throne ere heav'n was luade. Or earlh (Ijj hiin.ble foolMool laid. 

iiiiiiSiliiiilil iSil 



s:;=nz®'=— f-H- 






7 87 



«7 5 fi 6 87 
3* 4 *— 



I 



88. 



GEORGIA. 



L. M. 



Wm. Woodson Waddel. 



243 



(('-. 



(f-.: 



_^^_ '°"' °' men, with joy re - cord, The various wonders of the Lord; 



^'"^ let his pow'r aod good - iiess sound, Th 



all your tribes the earth a - round. 






Cl=z, 



-Q 






6 6 



6 5 

4, i 



6 6 65 — 

4,3- 



6 6 7 

4) 



144 



69. 



CARTHAGE. 



L. M. 6 lines. 



Dalmer. 



Ilil^iSliilOgP^iiliiiiiiiiiiiHplliiiP 

Father of all ! omniscient Mind ! Thy wifdom who caa comprehend ? lis highest point, what eye can find ? 



^ - 



^4, 6 ^6 

^2 •* 

3 



56 5^7 



Siiiil^iiiii^ilitsliipiiiSliiiiiiiiife 

Or to its lowe>t depths descend ! Its hiJ^he^t point, what eye can find, Or to its lowest depths descend ! 

f « 43 6 6 7^ ^ - U l^ ^t ' ^l ^- ' I t- 



60. 



GHENT. L. M. 



Gregorian Hymn ; see Novellos' Evening Service. 245 



" iiiiii iiiiiiiiiisii^ 



O Thou, that hear'i-t when finners cry, Tho' all mj crimes before thee lie, Behold them not with angry look, But blot their mem'ry from thy book. 



6 ^7 6 6 5 

*- 4 * 



80. 



6 ♦ 

VVESTFORD. C. M. 



■it-fy 6 6 5 

4 * * 



8 7 6 6 5 

*- 4 * 



Come let us join our chef rful songs With angels round the throne, Ten thousand, thoustjrid are their tongues. But all their joys are one, But all their joys are one. 

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246 



62. 



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St. CECILIA. C. M. 









Give to the Lord, ye sons of men, Give je with one accord, All praise and honour, might and strength, Un - to the living Lord. 



65 
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34 



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CANTON. C. M 



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Ul.en all th^ mercies, O my God, My rising soul siirvry=, Trans - port - ed wilh the view I'm Io«t, In wonder, love and praise. 

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MILAN. 1j. M. 6 lines. Gregorian Hymn ;" Filii etFiliae."— see Novellos' Evening Service. 247 



E - ter nal Father, God of love ! Oh ! hear a bumble suppliant's cry ; Bend from thy lofty 'eat above 

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Thy throne of plorioiis ninjes - (y : Oh! deijin to hear ray feeble Toice, And bid my drooping heart reioice. 

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WESTMORELAND. C. M. 



Moravian Tune. 



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I'm not Bsham'd to own my Lord, Or to de - fend his cau,e, Maintain the honour of his word, The jtlory of his crot.. 






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^ Je'- iTy' GoTrr" kn'"o7'his".,a"merHTso»mejr .u" n.^ tru.'f. Nor will he' put n.y soul to shame, Nor let^ my hope^be^ lo^t. 



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80. 



SAXONY. C. M. 



249 



For - ever blessed be the Lord, My Saviour and my shield : He sends his spirit with his word, To arm me for (he field. 



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DORCHESTER. C. M. 



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Father of mercies! in thy word, What endless flory shines; For - ev - er be thy name a - dor'd. For thes-e ce - les - tiil lines. 

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WARSAW. C. M. 






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A new und imljle 6on«r, 









A new unn iicuie 6on«r, 

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Siiii; to tlie Jjord, ye distant landf, Yf Ir.he? .>f n c_i t'"'n4:ni'; Hi- new difcover'd crjo» lieniands, A new and nohlc sons;, A new ;iiid noble foni 



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MARLOW. (Chant ) C. M. 



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Let all the lands with flioiits of joy, To God their voices raise ; Sing psalms in honour of liis name. And spread his glorious praise 



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'^''"" OLMUTZ. S. M. Gregorian Chant ;" Magnificat,"— see Novellos' Evening Service. 

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^ Yo„r i,ar|.s ye trembling sainl.s Down from the willows take ! Loud to the praise of love di - vine, Bid ev'ry string 7- wake ! 

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PADDINGTON. S. M. 



Come,HoTy" Spirit, ' cornel Let" thy'bright beam/arire : ' Dispel' the s7rrow from our minds, The d«rkne,, from our e^yes 

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69. 



DARTxVlOUTH. S. M. 

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L. Mason. 



" "kmd reTurn"" And the.e'the'thank's ,.e oTe, Tbu's to a"buse e - ternal love. Whence all cur ble.MPj. flow? ^ 



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COLUMBIA. C. P. M. 



253 









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Father of all ! E - ter - nal mind ! Id nn - ere - at - ed light enshrin'd ! Immensely good and great ! 



41 



87 



87 



6 6 5 7 



Thy children form'd and bless'd by Thee, With filial lore and homage pa} Tlieir hotuage at thy feet. 






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254 



96. 



ZION's HILL. 8. P. M. 



C. L. Latrobe. 






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How pleas'd and blest was I To hear ihe people cry " Come, let us seek — Come, let us seek our God to • day." 






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ye«, wiih 11 cheerful zfal, We'll hasle to Zion^s hill, And there our vows — And there our vows and honours pay. 

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1*84. QUINCY. Sevens. 255 



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^Holy wonder, heav'uly grace, Come, inspire our humble lays- Come, inspire our" humble " ' 



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While the Saviour's love we sin'. Whence oiir hnnp« anri ,.„„r .< .171 ■ ■ ~ ~~ '~~ ~~^ 

_ <; V, .111,, ivnenceour nopes and comforts spring— Whence our hopes and comrorts sprin?. 



„j _i _j --i-~ x.uuj.uiia fftJ>'"g — *vi]enuGuur uopes ana comrorts sprrn?. 






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256 
ft 



92. 



WALPOLE. 8's & 7'8. 






May the grace of Christ our Saviour, And the Father's boundless love, With the Holy Spirit', favour, Rest upon us from hbove ! 












Thus may we abide in union With each other and the Lord, And posses* in sweet communion, Joys which earth cannot afford, 



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88. 



S WITHIN. 



II. M. 



Jesser. 



257 






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To God, the Father's throne, Per - pel - ual honours rise, Glo - ry to God the Son, To God the 






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Spir - it praise : And while our lips their trib - ute bring, Our fnith a - dores the name we ting 









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33 



80. CLINTON. L. M. 









i.iz~'r-'z:T"^~|g~T~^^:'p~~T~p w~r — t r'VF~ — T~ — P"i- 

•a - (inn is for - ev - er nigh The souls that fear and trust the 



Lord ; 



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And grace, de - seending from on high, Fresh hopes of glo - ry shall af - ford. 



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84. 



NATICK. L. M. 



Dr. Callcott. 



259 



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Thee will I thank, and day by ^^yy Form to thy praise' the 



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snn^ ex - tend, Thee boast my 



Father, 



Thee my friend. 



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260 



81. 



MARIETTA. L. M. 



L. Mason. 



iill 



•_ _-^-_|ft!^_ rrr—m ? T P £ XZit~^ ~fizB~-Z P "*p: 

^~ ~~Ha^y ThT"" d^i^h, tho.i sacred place, The seat of thy^ Cre^ - a - tor'a 






Second Treble. 



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Thine ho - ly courts are his a - bode, Thou e-rthly j)alace^^_^ of__^ om^ 



God. 






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GRAFTON. C. M. 



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How oft, alas ! this wretched heart, Has wander'd from the Lord ! How oft my roving thoughts depart, Forget - ful of his word ! 



6 6 g 



6 *6 

4 

WEN HAM. C. M. 



* - 6 * 



# 

L. Mason. 



6 5 6 6 5 

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Teach me the measure of my^ dajo. Thou Maker of my frame ; I would survey life's narrow space, And learn how frail I am. 



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j* 72. 



262 






CALMAR 

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S. M. Gregorian Chant ; see Novellos' Evening Service. 



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iMy gracious God, how plain, Are (liy directions giv'n ; © may I never read in vain. But find the path to heav'n. 



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Tenor. Mod. Maestoso. Sosfen. 



6 6 6 7 6 7 6 

AxNTHEM. From Ps. 66 and 134. 



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4. 4 

3 



Handel. 



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2fl Treble. 



S^:5raTdrilii?-«-|'d:i:t-d:l:i:f3siT:Szi:iii 



Air. 



O praise the Lord with one consent, O praise the Lord with one consent, And majc - - ni - fy his- name. Praise the Lord with one con- 



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263 



^ ANTHEM. Continued. 

-nt, and mag - . ni - fy hi? name. Let all the servai.te of (lie Lorrf, Ills worthy praise, Lis worthy praise proclaim." 



sent, and ning - - ni - fy his name, 



His worthy praise, His worthy, worthy praise proclain 



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Let all the servants of the Lord, His worthy praise, his worthy pr«ise proclaim. 

His worthy pr.iise. His woilhj, worthy praise prochmn. 



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5 5 6 7 5 - "e" — " Tee' "F" 3 3 ~3 

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God, all ye lands, O be joyful in God, all ye lands, all ye lands, O be iovful in God, all te 

_^ _ "''^•_ _ _ Sym. Sy,. " - . 

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2d Treble, 



6 e 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



264 AJNTUliM. Dontmuea. ^ _ 



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lands, O be ioyful in God, all ye lands, make his praise glo - rious, O be jojful in God, all je lands, in God, all je 

Pia. 



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■^6 34. 



3 5 

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Org 6^6 ?t - I ^ - % «* I ^* 



lands, in God, all ye lands, in God, all ye lands, O be jojful in God, all ye lands, Muke his praipe glo - rioue. 



Ffflis. 



Dim. 



Cres. 



lands, O be joyful in God^ all ye lands, ^ G^d, all ye lands, O be ioyful in God, all ye lands. Make his praise glo - rious. 

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£72. 

Maestoso. 



DENMARK. 



t)r. Madan. 



265 



Be - fore Je - ho - vah's aw - ful ttirone, Ye nations bow with sa - cred joy ! Know that the Lord is 

6 — 7 6 4 3 5 



God 



lone. He can ere - ate, and he de - stroj'. He can ere - ate, and he de - stroy. 









H. & H. 



34 



6 7 

4 



5 

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266 S88. 

Andante.** 



DENMARK. Continued. 



Trio. ^ _^_ _-i»_-p;^. 

P. His 60v' - reign pow'r, with - out our aid, Made us of clay, and forniM us men ; A.,d when, like 

P. 



6 5 



6 6 5 
4* 



5 6 7 
34 5 






wand'ring sheep, we slray'd, He brought us to his fold a - gain. He brought us to his fold a - gain. 



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5 96, or 100 

Con Spirilo, 

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DENMARK. Continued. 



267 



We'll crowd thy gates witli thank - - ful song?, High as the heav'ns <i\ir voic - ea raise. And 

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earth, anJ earth with her -tea thousand, thousand tongues. Shall fill thy courts with sounding praise. Shall 



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268 



DENMARK. Continued. 



^_u ZB'—B.'- _pi-_ ^^ .^-*t; _jti_ |»- j*— • -r- . 

fill thy courts with sounding praise, Shall fill, Shall fill thy courts with sound - ing praise. 



Unison. 



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5 



6 6 5 

4 3 



p^iliilpliiiiiflliiililpgiBiiili^fiil 

Wide ! wide as the world is thy com - raand, Vast as e - ter - ni - ty, e - ter - ni - ty, thy love ; 



Unison. 



Unison. 



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DENMARK. Continued. 



269 



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i^l§^iiiiieflliiiai^Pii!gigi;iiiiii 

Firm as a rock thy truth shall slanH, When roll - ing years fhall cease to moTe, shall cease to 

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4 4 3 3 



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4- 



move, When roll - ing years shall cease to move. When 



roll - ing years shall cease to move. 



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15 4; 



4,5 43 



3 3 3 



270 •; 92. 

9* Larghetto, 



SCOTLAND. 



Twelves. 



Dr. Clark. 



a fountain, 

— j-i*« — i^ — ■ 



The voice of free grace cries escape to the mountain ! For all that believe Christ hath open'd 



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For eia and uncleanness, and ev'ry tranfgression : His blood flows so freely, in streams of 




salvation. 

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SCOTLAND. 



Continued. 

^ CHORUS. 



271 



i-„_^_„rT.(,_„_„-i.__-__ — I — _.i..___i SP iej:-.g-g^l 1-1,- --J 

His blood flows so freely, in streams of salvation. Hal - le - lu - jah ! to the Lamb, wlio has bought us a pardon ! 






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34. 34p 5 3 
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V''e'll praise him a - gain, when we pass over Jordan. We'll praise him a - gain, when we pass over Jordan. 

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5 4 



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272 

r 



84. 



DENBIGH. 



Altered from Dr. MadaH. 



From all that dwell be - low the skies, 



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dwell be - low the skies, Let the Cre - a - tor'a praise a - ri«e ; Let the Re- 

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^ s by ev' - ry tongue. K. ' ^ — ^ ^^c^ 



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deemer''s name be sun;];, 



Thro' ev'rv land by ev' - ry tongue. E - ter - nal are thy mercies, 



Thro' ev' - ry land by ev' - ry tongue. F, 



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DENBIGH. Continaed. 



273 



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truth at - tends thj word ; Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore, Till suns shall 



Lord, E - ter - nal 



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3 3 



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more, Till suns shall rise and set no more. Till suns shall ri'p and set no more. 



rise and set no 



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5 

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274 



ACTON. 



H. M. 









To God the miglily Lord, Tour joyfol 



thaoks repeat ; To him due praise af - ford, 



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4. tJ ^_^ 3 






pood es he is grei^t. 



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For God does prove our coDstant friend, His boundless lore (hall have no end. 



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4 tJ 



66. 

hhtio. Second Treble. 



THE DYING CHRISTIAN. 



Harwood. 



275 



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Vital spark of heav'nly flame, Quit, oh! quit this mortal frame! Trembling, hoping, ling'ring, flying! — 

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6 6 6 6 

« 






Cre«. P. 



Oh ! the pain, the bli'i« of dvins; ! Cease, fond nature, cease thy strife. And let me languish into life ! 



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276 5 88. DYING CHRISTIAN. Continued. 

Allegro. Tenor. z-s ' /C\* _* 



P. Hark! Alle. 



Hark ! 



Hark ! 



Hark; Hark! 

P. Hark '. they whisper. an - gels say, they whi« - per, an - eels fay, they whisper, they whisper, an=tels fay— 

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Second Tieble 






Hark ! 



Hark ; 



Hark ! Hark ! 



6 5 

4. 3 - 



I P. 2d Treble. f. Alio. P. 



"Sister spirit come a - way!" "Sister spi - rit come a - way!" What is this ab - sorbs me quite. 



* This strain may be omitted io the perfortnanoe, with good eflfeef. 



6 6 5 7 
4 tl- 



i — 



DYING CHRISTIAN. 



" 'liiliMslii 



Continued. 



277 



— ^- 






S^'e> — 



._l_p •_l_il_. 



liiiiiiiiiil 



steals ray senses, shuts my sigh*, Drowns my spirits, draws my breath? Tell me, my aoul, can this be death? 

%— — U ^— I— I — __^_I_1_ — U— 1_ _3_ ___T_i_ — ^— I— t— ^— I— 1—— J — t— — ^ — ^_ i_U___^_I_U E-— I J 



65—6 — 5— 

4. 3 — * — a— 



65 43 6 5 

4 3 



irArr:z-"~Ti-- 



7S6 — 
4.^- - 
3 - 
88. Andante. 



- . 6 - 

- ^5 - 



6 5 6 — 5 — 

45 * — ^ — 



65 43 6 5 
4 3 



r\" ~!^~ t''. " ' " P. "^— - 



^^^?ZI?z|i^?E^z|E^: ^""^"^ ^'^~' ^ *"^ P-^P^.*-P T-P-P_-P_r4 ^._3^P: 






Tell me, my soul, can this be death 



The world re - ct-ilrs, it 



h[) - pears ; Heav'u 



opens 



I 



SzE2£E^i£l=Ei?r£zi=_— ^ztz3i3i4rizziz ^zyztr^zz?zi::^^ri?zi::=5zzt*zz±— t=:t:3J 

.* !••_ _^ f- _p; rr"_,_ _ftj»' - p— 1»— 



3 6 6 

4 ,3 



s * 



o o 

3 3 



278 



DYING CHRISTIAN. Contiaaed. 



112. 

Cod Spirifo. 



iii^Eii^^iiEi^EilteEi=l=iiPs=35i=ejEiiiE 



bp— 5 



iilPjiiiiiii^iiiiiiiiiJliiiii-liiLll 



on my eyes I Mj ears with sounds te - raph - ic ring ! 



Lend, lend your win;s ! I 



/Ts ' 



3^4 6 5^63; 



7 



2:zrznrzzzrznz3~TZziz~zrz±izn:r zrm-^zri :*'~^iz*?! ~zr:zrz^ir?f ~!?ziZ2zr'^ ~ ^zr^rrbzzzzj 

mount, I 6y, O grave, where is thy vie - to - ry ? O grave, where is thjr vie - to - ry ? O death, where is thy sting ? 

Kz^ izEEE^^^zJE^EiEtEiE^IEiEiEizf 



6 3 4. 3 e fi -f ^ 3t'^ 

* t 



I 



DYING CHRISTIAN. Continued. 



iiliiiliiiiiilftfel^iiaiMiiEii 

O grave, where is thy viceory ? O death, where is Ihy sting ? Lend, lend your wings ! I mount I fly O 



grare, where 18 thy victory? thy victory ? O grave, where is thy victory? thy victory ? O death, where is thy sting ' O death, O 



280 



DYING CHRISTIAN. 



Continued. 



ie^easPigiii^^JiiEiJi^i-SE:iliEyi=fe^y 



_:r---f 






death, where is thy stins; 



Li-nci, lend jour wiaa;s I 



mount, - 



I fly, 



grave, where is thy 



iSiiiifeeiiiil^^ll^iiiiS^ili 



"J 6 6 5 6 -5 

•1 i * — ^ 



II 

r 



Adagio. ^ 66. 






vie - to - ry ? thy vie - to - ry ? 



deatb, 



O death, 



where ia 



thy sting : 






3 



u6 

te6 



6 



f 68. 



BLESSED BE THE LORD FOREVERMORE. Rev. A. Thompson. 



281 









p. Second Treble. 






Blessed, Blessed, Blessed be the Lord for - ev - er - more. Blessed be the Lord, Blessed be the Lord, 



p. 









6 S 

4 # 



fM=i-:Z~iZTZ 



iiiilii£l|g:i^ll^^iiiiiiiiiiil!i[iiilji 



Cres. Alto. 



ggzg±f^igzi=P-ez:i:ez:.g:i:P-z:i:g±:^,gig^ 



Blessed be tbe Lord, for - ev - er - more, Blessed be the Lord, for - ev • er - more. A - men and A - men, A - men. 

iiililiSilSiiiiiSSiiiiiiiiiiliilli 



& ~ 6~ " 6 5 " 8 ' " "v,.,^' 68 7"''""' 7 ~ tTS? 

Z ^3 3 . 4, 3 333 64 5 



& 6 6 5 

3.3 3 . 4 3 

H. & H. 36 



282 I* 144. 



•[2^|?_i3SEiE: 



THANKSGIVING. Jno. Sruilh. 



Second Treble. Solo, 



Tutti. 
Alto. 



"^ O give thanks, O give thanks un - to the Lord, give thanks un - to the Lord, give thaoks, give 






Solo, 









5:ES 



^—z^-^l 



_-©; 



_ . ^ ^ Tutti. 

Voice, 6 6 6 7 Organ. 8 7 6 ^ -q- Voice. 



Organ. 8 7 



* 5 



Tutti. 

^ ^ -e^ Second Treble. Solo. „. — s *'iS' ^ ^ -a^ 

thanks, give thanks un - to the Lord, eive thanks un - to the Lord, give thanks un - to the Lord, 

,, — - Solo. ,, — ^ Tutti. ^ — .^ 



Tntti. 






6 4. 6 
4 2 



I ' 



Organ. 



7 6 5 
5 4 3 



Voice. 5-5 6 65 

3 — 4 3 



283 



THANKSGIVING. Continued. 



i Second Treble. Solo. 



Tutti. 
Alto. 



_ _ -e- _ Solo. Second Treble. 

"^ T r-O-T-n-n— ■ 



''"'■ ^^ '5 S°°^^ for tie is good, is good, for his mercy en - dureth for - ever, his mercy en - dureth, his 



Tutti. 






Organ. * 

3 



5 p. Voice. 



4 6 7 6 
2 4 



Organ. 6 






Tutti 
Alto. 



p ,-p_^."e'_ p_ 



mercy en - dureth for - ever, hii mercy en - dureth for - ever, A . men, A - men. 



I I I 



Tutti. 






6 6 

5 5 



6 6 3 

6 J 



Vgice. 



* 6 7 6 7 

a 4> 



284 

If: 



•92. 

Maestoso. Chorus. 



ANTHEM. 



ilev. Mr. Mason. 



II «ic- 



iOE|i||||gpr||Bili^'gEilip^Sli^liiE=3 

'^ LoTd~"~o"f aTl ' po^r and " migh7, ' Lord o! all pow'r and might, ^ 

^ ^43 6 7 98 iS 764 



Solo. P. • -^- • -|»- -P''m » _ ft ' »^| » A -^^^ 

Thou that'art the author, Thou that art the author, thou that art the giver of all good thmgs . 



~ Solo p. ■'-^ Oi_.. 






ANTHEM. Continued. 



285 



CHORUS. 



•F^llsiElgsiii^^pEgips^i^JlilliiiEite^^ 



F. ChoruF. 



SE 



5: 



Graft in our hearts the love of thy Name, the love of thy Name, increase in us true re- 
Solo. P. F. Chorm. ^ __ _-, .^- _i rn'm-, 

— F. Chorus. Solo. P. F. Chorus. p. ' ^ _ 

'""^"^ y — s P- Solo. - ^«»- «^ 






li • gion. Lord of all 



pow'r and might, 



nourish 
P. Solo. 






F. r. Solo. p , 

I— — EtirE|zJz:pzz^=r_=J:=-— =-zl=E-_=: Et=:EE=i=-3: „_.__^_ -_c_ .^_-- 



9 8 



286 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



Chorus.^F. ^ ' ^ ^ — ^ Solo. Second Treble. AF 

L,oril ot ail pow'r and might, and of Ihy great mercy, and of thy great mer - cy. Keep us keejj us 



Alto. 
Keep us, Keep us, 



5^ 



Chorus. P. 



Keep o*, 



_tt _i_SI ,_ ^_ _^"jy ^ -\ ,■ , jvecp UB, 

3 ^ %%% ' Organ. ~" -SoToTyriceT" 

F- Chorus. Solo. P. Chorus. P. ■• -r- "£"„'" ' ~^ " ~" 



F. Chorus. Solo. P. Chorus. F. F F ^ ^ 

iiii^PPiiiiSiiiyftiiiiiiiiiiOiip]! 



Keep us in the same, Thro' Jesus Christ our Lord, Thro' Je - sus Christ our Lord ! Amen ! 



' - ^ """^1 """ •"=»<" vyiiiiai. our i^ora, i nro' Je • sus Ijhnst our Lord! Amen! A - men. 

_ K. Chorus. Solo. P. Chorus. F. '—^ F.F. ^ ^ ' ^ 



,♦ 100. 

Con S|iiri(o. 



ANTHEM. 



Sent. 



l^fezjzgzp^^^ 2i'^^:l! !!-!^!; !^^rv^ ''-^^^^^^ 

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifigS^^ 

God of h-ra-el, our Father, for ev - er and ev - er for' Z a ~^ ^ ^ 

=:bZeZZ:.i:5T i.-IlQZp TZ-=TZ5ZZZ:i ^- -— -— _ - J_!L!°1 JLl"' ""^' '''"""' ''^ thou, Lord 

:rHi:r:rPz— T-^T-P i ^o—'-'—qI ^'!!!_"_' " '^' " ' 



rr^z-b: 

I' ^^zfcz-.. 



^EEgfj|i^i| 



??^ 



Q "q1__ '_1.q1, _1_L"_' "Jl' 



6 4, 



288 



ANTHEM. 



Continued. 



r ..-_.--— gl^^^ . , . ed, bless - - - ed, 

God of Is - ra - el our Father, for ever and ever, for ever aod ever, blessed, blessed be thou, Lord 



—" ' - • - - pj^^^ _ ^^ j.^^ ^^ _ ^^ ^^j ^^^ 



d for ev - er and ever, 

o 6 

S^4.3.6sfet3 3333 333 
b 2 8 fe* 3 2 8 



' ~ *3~ '" 









for ev - er and ev - er, 




1=^ 






Bless - - - ed for ev - er and 



God of Is - ra - el, our Father, Bless - - ed, for ev - er and ev - er, for ev - er and ever, 

f^ for ev - er and ev - er, 

*> "t ^* "I ~'H' '1 ,'^^* T — f— — •— — fir; — ^^ 



Bless - • ed for ev - er and ev - er, 

T. S. ^6 

■^3 3 3 3 3 3 3 



6 5 

4, 3 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



289 



Bless - - - ed, ^— v fof e^ . er, 



Bless - ed, 



Bles'ed art thou, for ev - er and ev • er, for ev - er end 






for ev - er and ev - er, 



Q — T-Pi 



for ev - er, for ev - er and ev - er, for ev - er, S ^ T 



6 3 3 3 3 3 6 6 

3333 333 



100. Two voices. 






Thine, O Lord, O Lord, is the greatness. 



Tliine, O 



Lord, Lord, is llie . greatheEs, 









Organ. 






4 3 6 6 5fi ^7 

5 ■H 



6 6 — 66 65 6 656 



5 43 



5 44 7 



H. & H. 



37 



290 

iff 



ANTHEM. 



CoDtiDtied. 






Thine, O Lord, O Lord, is the greatness, and the pow'r, and the glorj, ^ ^^^1 



m. 



and the tic - to - ry, 



^ ^ Voice. " " ^' ~6 5 5-f ■ ""6"~ 6 6 






::-trizit!= 



and the maj - es - ty, 



the vie - to - ry and n-aj - e<= - ty. Thine, O Lord, thine, O 



-©- 



_ je^^piz^i --g- 4— Jzze-_p-,--- T ■, 



-d— ^ 



■—-—I — t?-^ 

Lord, is the 






6 5 3- 



3 6- 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



291 



h-tizzzrzrzzizizzz.zz'^'iziizzzzi'^zzzri^ 



greatness, aud the pow'r, is the greatness and the pow'r, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty, the majesty, for all that 

m "P~|3' • • n n Voice. _ _ _ 



Organ. 



— 9- 5-3 

a - 



6 5 

d 



For all that is in the beav'n, ^*— ^ ^_^ 

t±:iPz^'zP:Tzzzazz^:^z:az^^^ 



is in the 



heav'n, in the heav'n and the earth are thine : Thine is the kingdom, thine is the kingdom, O 









-— i 7 3 7 r >^ 

•5 * Q 



t. 6 3 6 6 3 

? 4 3 



292 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



5-1-=:— ^- 






—Pipzpzxz 



""" ' ~ " over all, 

1 as head over all, as head over all, as head, as head over 



in 

m 

all. 

m 



6 5fi 

3 






6 4 
3 



7 as head over 



all. 



I 



100. DUET 



^±^z52i-=: 






Bolh ri<:hes and hon - our come of thee, ' come of thee, riches and honour come of 



thee. 






I 






* s 









I 5 
3 



L g_-J 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



293 






sdizdzd 



And thou reignest, thou reignest, thou reignest oyer all ; 



And in thine hand, in thine hand 






T.s.^___: ZZ_ 5.., r- 3-t;s.-^-1^ — ^=t=g:-§-::-_r3:_z:_:lrEEEz: 









And in thine hand it is (o make great, and to give strength un - to al). 






pow'r and might, 



And in thine hand it is to make great, to make great, and to give strength un - to all. 



'~~i r ~""'^ "^Ti ■" «'-^-- ^- ;^- "^^ "j-'f- ',--^'iof^^ 



fa 



2^4 P 100 



I 

CHORUS. Presto. 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



' "^ '" -1- t- - ^g thank thee, we thank thee, O God, and prai 

— — ■-^^1 "•" — — — . _ , .,,,!_/-» #1.J 41 1, *l,«a n ClnA 




1» — ' — ^ f^' *"' ■ ' " ' we thank thee, we thank thee, O God, 



f 



———I L— .^[— U- ^— -I— •" *u.^..u *ko« wo thank thee. and 



thy glo 



nous name. 



thank thee, we 



thank thee, and 



^ "' we "thank thee, and prai se ^thj^ i'L.-- !_1°-^ 



thank thee, and prai 



se thy 



thank thee, ana prai •- • j ^ p q ._, , 

— — — — — — +— — — ' •"^ ^P thank thee, and prai 

6 -r^- VT^^t^ « 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



295 



thy name, we thank thee, we thank thee and praise thy name, we thank thee and prai 






we thank thee and praise thy name. 



thank thee and praise thy name, and praise thy name, and praise thy name, 

- - -i - se thy name, we thank thee, we thank thee, We thank thee, 6 5 we thank thee and 

3 6 - 6 6 5 * 4. ♦ 6 

11 - - se (hy name, ^ „e thank thee~ and 



thank thee and 



praise thy name, we thank thee, we thank thfe and praise (hy 



glo . rious 




^ N 



we thank thee, we thank thee and praise thy 



glo - rious name, we 






praise thy 



we thank thee, we thank thee,- 



296 



ANTHEM. Continued. 

-Q— (2— ,— e- 



prai se thy glorious name, we (hank Ibee, and praise Ihy glorious 

-O- Q _ •_ _a»'*p?-|» _^®_ ::§'_ ^§" :g" 

name, we thank thee, and pr^i se tliy glorious 



thank thee, we thank thee. 



and praise thy 



glorious 



"^ thank Ihie, we thank thee, and prai se thy glorious name, and prai se (hy 

C 6— C— ^ 



Slow, f- 80. 



name, Ihy glorious name, we thank thee, we thank thee, O God, we thank thee, we thank thee, O Gnd, and praise thy glorious name. 



6 7 



ANTHEM. . « Sing O heav'ns. Kent. 

P92. . 



297 



i 



I 4r 



ir 






— izS±-r~-d— g— izszz2zzD~tz=iitir;crcz«z:izizs;2z:Di3rq 



Organ. 



_E:aE-: 

ll-:^zz?; 






if 



Alto. 



3r:gzizg- n -pzi z£z^ zza=pzizgz»i=pz=gZizgzppzpz:^ 



^gE^E^azl: 

Sin; O heaT'os, Sing O hear'ns, and be jey - ful, be joy • ftil, k« joy - ful, O aarlk, 



and t>« 






iH^S-iiiiiiiPgi^^^i^l 



Sng beaT«ns, and be joy - ful, be joy - ful, b« joy • ful. O earlb, Sing O heav'ns, and be 

Voice. „ ^ -©- Org. 



:^: 



J^L_ ~^1_ "g'__ -Zfi" -Q- .p-p -e- Y's-^ 



8 7 6 Sing O heav'ns, Sing O beav'iu, 
» * * 5 #6 6 



su & u. 



38 



298 ANTHEM. Continued. 

joy - ful, be joy - ful, O earth, Break forth into tinging, O mountains: Sing O 



joy - ful, be joy ■ f"') ^ earth, 



Break forth in • to «inging, O mountainn 



Voice, 



Toice. ~ "^ 8 ? § § Break forth in - to singing, O mountains : Organ. * 6 



8 7 6 5 Break forth in - to singing, O mountains : 

t>543 , 56 6 



t(l^-F 






heav'ns, Sing O heav'ns, and be joy - ful, be joy - ful, O earth, be joy - ful, be joy - ftil, O earth, 






Sing O heav'ns, and be joy - ful, be joy - ful, O earth, be joy - ful, be Joy • ful, O earth, 

©: :P:_:r-i?P- - '^' ■ "^ 



" ~ be ""joy - ful, be joyful, O earth. Organ. Voice. | | 

Voice. ' J 6 ^l 



a_j .^ r 



ANTHEM. Continued 



_ 299 

P- 









^* j°y''"'' be joy . ful, O earth, the Lord hath 



m^s 



P— 



For the 



be jojfu), be joy - ful, O earth, the Lord hath 



people, ^e joyful, be^ joy . hA, O earth. Organ. 6 



! Lord hath com - fort - ed his people. be iovful. hp~ in»^ "f„i ~n .„..i, rtlTT" ~o ~^ ■' 



♦ 3 



*3 



*3 



gf n n- 



'-*»-r- 






comforted his people, be joyful, be joyful, O earth, be jby - ful, the Lord hath comforted his 









comforted his people, be joyful, be joy . ful, O earth, be 



joy . ful, the Lord hath comforted his 









6 -n- 






6 P 
the Lord hath comforted his people. Organ. 



^m 



the Lord hath comforted his 

Voice, 



800 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



T-P 



b-a 



He will have mercj, 



»zfZ-:z'^ -P^-f* i»-^-T 






he will have mercj on 



people, 



his af 



flict • ed. 



le will have mercy, He will have mercy on his af • diet - ed. 



people, he will have mercy, 

•zd ~zil~zr=:ji:p 



people, 



CHORUS. 



He will have mercy, 
f, 9 8 

5 4 3 



he will have mercy on hi» af 

6 te7 *3 



fliut • ed. 






Sing, O heav'ns, and be joyful, be joyful, O earth, 

Q_n p_p_Q— r-P P P— r-P P— P— r-Q T-P-P- 



break forth in - to 



Sing, O "heav'ns, and be joyful, b# joyful, O earth, break forth into singing, O ^mountains, ^bre^ak 



Sine, O heav'ns. and be joyful, be joyful, O earth. 



break forth in - to sing - ing, O 






Sing, O heav'ns, and be joyful, be joyful. O earth, 

6 6 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



An xarjiyi. ^^ontuiueu. 3Q£ 

sir.ginj, O n.mint«ms break forth ia - to .inging, O mountain, : the L^I^d "halh" ' c<^fcrTe'd,~hath~ ~ c7m~Ced "hi." 



I lll'l _'___;_ __!,_==k,J._ _ __?_!;' *-'_moi'^'ain5 : the Lord halh comfort.'d, halh comforted his 

mc-untauH : break forth ia - to sing - inj, O monn^ 7 tahisT'^he" LoThatlT'coTnlorTedrhMh" "comToTtrd^iT 



break fojth in - to 



singing, O mountains : the Lord hath comforted, hath comforted hig 

3^6 6 7 

^ *3 



people, he will have i?er - cy, he will hav7 me~r-cy. mercy "on his af - flirted," "' 

''t' ^^ w^lMmve _J^J^J_cy,_ h^^nTh'Z "me7c7~ "o"^ "hiT J~ . ~BicT!^, ~ ~~Alnea. Amen. 



people. hp will hav» „,^..,„ lb ._-.,ru^~ -1^— f^— P-i-P-P — g-i— .1.31 — .liL_~i — liz ij_ 



people, 



he will have mer-cy, he will have mercy on his af - flicleil. 

s 3 ' I i i ' t i I 



302 



92. 



CHORUS. Salvation belongeth unto the Lord, &c. 



Kent. 



Solo. 






^ , Sal - va-tioa be - long-eth, be - long-eth uri - to the Lord, And Ihy blessing, and (hy blessing is 



Org. 



iiii- 



'" ~ "" — — — ^^^ ^^^ blessing, thy 

^ ^ ^ ^ Tutli. -•- -«>- :©; 

mong thy peo - pie. Sal - va - tion be - long - elh, be - long-eth un - to (he Lord, and thy bless-^ ^ 

^ ~~~.~' ' ~ ^ ^ and thy blessing, thy 

m_ Tutli. 



CHORUS. Continued. 



303 






blessing, 






ing, thy blessing is a - mong thy people, 

blessing, And thy 



And thy blessing, and thy blessing, and thy 



bless 



------ ing, thy 



't f ' '"' 't''iTi"'"ii ' ' ' """V 



blesjiii?, thy blessing, and thy '^^k^ 



bless 



pie. 




iHEiii^iiiiiiiiiiiiPiiP 



tptt: ~~9' 



i^S 



bleisiDf, and tby blessing, thy 6* f 676 SI 5—4 1 



804 r 88. 

Syn 



1 WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID UNTO ME, &c. 

l6t Treble. 



Dr. Callcolt. 



1 was glad, 1 was glad, when Ihey faij unto lue, We will go, we will go, we will go into tk« 

;•; _».:♦:_ _ I^"'"'"*'^*.^ i*~^-*- _:?!» « 

667 66 7? ^2^ ' ~ ~ 3 -^ 6 7 6 f ~ * 6 ~' ^ i^3~^'t' 6 

Duo. lat »nd 5d Treblei. j I I 

iii^igi^fiii^^igtiiifeiiiiliijiP 



hoase of tbe Lord. We will go in - to the house, 

ACCOM rT 



We will go in - to the house, &c. 



fi 5 — 5 6 7 

4r tr — •»* » 

CHoaus. 



*6 6 4fe « 6 6 
4> 5 



5 6 7 

3* 5 



6 4 3 6 6 ri 
4 4> 



F. We will go into ika house, We will go into the house, into, &o. 

i — :~"F ~h ~p"T"Pr*~!*"T"P T — i*~^TT~l*y~"F~'*rT"P' — 1 T~~ — "~ — "T~-P"P-*]P~?~^"ir *'^"Ft P" ^~i*""TP1 



I 



p. Into the houFe of the l->»rd, We will f», 



• we will ft) 



inio the house of the Lord, inte the bonte of the L«f4. 



II ^' ^°^'"'- a m 

telipipiiEi^iiiii=pi5iiliiiliiiiii^pi:iiii 



» 3 S 35 3 3»^ 3 



8 6 6 6 6 5 7 

33 3 33 3 33 354 43 



6 6 6 7-U 



92. 



Solo. 



1 WAS GLAD, &c. Continued. 



S05 



Tutu. 



^ , „ , „, , , Peaoe be with - in thy wall?, Peace be wilhiii thy walls, 

Solo. Second Treble. Tulli. Alto. .«.. • . « • 



Peace be within thy wall?, 
Solo. 



-9- 
Feace be wilhin thy walls, 



And plenteousneps within thy palaces. 
Tutli. 



-t-t-t-i-P—P-T z-T :i*z*i_i;§! — m:iz^—\zi. — .— t--. — t-t ^-b»'-s«-'-^ — g- 



1-4 



Peace be within thy walls. 
Solo. — ~ 



Peacc be within thy walls. 



Tutti. 



jpi-tj,— g-i -I 

~ 6— 6 4. "'" 6—6 6 6 5 ^7 

3 4 tr 5 

Solo. Second Treble. Tnlti. Alto. i ^ .»- ^— ^ --, 

Peace be within thy walls. Peace be within thy walls, And plenteousness, and plenleousness within thy palaces. A - men, A - men. 

6 i0 6 « 



H. & H. 



S9 



6 

4, 



306 £ 80. O LORD, WE TRUST IN THEE ALONE. Chorus, from the Oratorio of Joseph. Handel. 



ir 



Adagio. 






._-t-.^-r^- 



alone in thee, alone In thee we trust, 



O Lord, we trust alone in thee, alone in thee, in thee, a - lone, a - lone in thee we trust, 

^ZSLZ-^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ " a - lone in Ihee, a - lone, alone in thee we trust. 

Organ. i ci^'~^4 J-^ 

^ "' ' ~4 7: "■ ~"6 5 able, fccf 6 7 

■z 5 4 ;} _ 

in thee, O Lord, in thee, O Lord, O Lord, we trust alone in thee. 

«^_ ' '"11 



b 6 



6 6 



4. 3 



C MANNING'S. C. M. 



307 



Come sound -Anad Jthmah's name, And in his strength rejoice ; When Ills sal - vatloii is our theme, Ex - alted be otir voice. 



67 43 Bfi5 676 

4. 4 1 3 4. — 

3 — 



6 *6 

4« 



■* - 6 6 6 

4 * 






►-,_P_S 



r-tizc 



.C-® 



.ft :^_|a p 



With thanks approach his awful sight. And psalms of honour sing ; The Lord's a God of boundless might. The whole ere - ation'' Kin". 



'I 



iiSiiiiiliiilliiiifiiiiiiPiliiiiS 

Taste. 56 •?7 765 64 3 ^^ r> 6 7 



7 6 5 

o 4 3 • 



6 4 3 
6 5 



, r, 6 

3 3 3" 



308 



I 



80. 



SONS OF ZION COME BEFORE HIM. 



Nauman. 



, Alia Marcia. 



u. «iia marcia. ^^ ■ _ ____.. 

YT "■^ Sons of Zion conie before him, bring the 



come be - fore hiiD, 



f j^ — iJT |*"li7 "•~.i^_l^- ~ j* -#.~«^ ~ ~ • -&■ Sons of Zion come before him, bring the 

cymbal, bring vhe harp, bring the cymbal, bring the harp. o! e= ^^^.l.' ^ 

Tf~^' 7^- ^, ~V"^ r"~~4i "" irrTX-T. 7i,T~hJ^^^ Hl'h in elorv Jo ! he's seated, see the King be sits in 

*^ bring the harp, bring the cymbal, bring the tiarp. W i , ^ i— —■. '" • •• » 



i-\*-\ I 



'^ ~ cymbal, bring the harp, bring the cymbal, bring the h:up. )o' he's seated, he tits in 

■'Si" -•■- * "ff" ft. '_4_ _ . ^„ 



6 6 6 5 

4 3 4 3 



* x-r— . 



SONS OF ZION, &c. Continued. 



309 



?*kS=:= 






See the King he sits in state. 



- «— •-1 -m-m T 1 



u I*— • = 



statt, see the King he sits m state. 



Sons of 2ioD come before him, sound the lute and strike the harp, sound the 
Voice. 



I See the King he sits in stale. Sym. n>aa^ /-I Voice. Tasto. 



5 6 6 6 

3 3 3 4. 4) 



i'"9'^n. p — T~^~-~- — 1 T — ' T" T [ — n "t*"T"inn \*m ""■li'^Tz! — ^ — 'H — r*"" 

lute, flrilie Ihe harp, ^^^« 

u Sym. I j5.JTrq 

i?zp~zzT:q:-:Hid;i*z*2S*i~-Qziz:iq==K-' 



Sons of Zion come before him, bound the 
Voice. 



i=?— Lpzpf4!f:*zii|izr=z^z^J~zrzrzz:|^-?iii*fzrf? 



-1 
3 



Sym. 



Voice. 



^ , , J33- =^=^^*«33 

jx;^z§zt^zpzprz~zrzzzizzzzz— z~idiil^-_zxzzzz~z_Ti~zzpzzzzi:d— "z;z:izpz~z:~^ 



310 



SONS OF ZION, &c. Continued. 






i«,L-' ''^ - t-P:3 



lu(e a7d .'(rite Ihe har"^, sound'he lule and ilrilce (he harp. Sound Iha lu(e and .iiilu ihe harp. Sons of Zion come hefore hioi, sound the 






Sound the lute and harp. 



Sounil tlie lute and harp, 



<i. »— P—t-l gg--g-g-g7 " 6g'6 8-' ■ ■ "■ 6 



Sound tue lute and harp, 



^ Me and strike 'the harp, sound tb^ lute and strike th^ harp, strike the harp,-stnke the harp, strike the harp- 



sound the lute and harp. 



byni. I ,, . 

ii J .g-\ OCIP. 



I ??2^-Ep=gP=f ===:|^P^?=f Pi 



II 111 

-e— •--©-©- ■©- 
-—-■«—« -§-e-T-© ■-»- 



-,m-^ — ^i-s T — T — :■ — ■€—■ • -w-w-T-a ■-»— 

E=zJ~iii=?E=*:ifz^:i:ii:~«ZK{:zl:d:53r3^i:c|zc:J:c^idJj 



69. 



VESPER HYMN. 



Eolo. 



Russian Air. 



311 






Ju ■ bi 

Eolo. 



- la . te, A - men, A - Hicn. 






1. Hark! (he vesper hymn is stealing, O'er the waters soft and clear; Kearcrjetand iicisrer pealing, Now it buitls up - on the ear. 

Solo. 



I t..* n *- 1 1. i:,.L* „^^ -^#- .;."_ T^.. .1..^ ..k....^ ;. A,c.^ ..I.^.. . TV^.., lil.-a nrtnrw ti-rtroc n\tiDtiTtrr UrASiI/c fhp mn\rr\pA tuif tit «r»ti(T, 



«l 



2. Now, like moon light waves retreating. To the shore it dies ' along; New, like angrjr surges meeting. Breaks the mingled tide ol soii 

Ins*. Voice. Solo. 



Tntl!. F. 



Solo. r. p. 



Ju - bi - la - te, A - men, A - n,eii. 

5 5 f: 5 

43 






Tutli. F. 



A - men, 



A - liitn. 



Ju - bi - - la - te, 

,- -^_|9t .0- —^ Solo. P. r. , , 



Jii - bi - li» - te, Ju-bi-la-t*, Ju ■ bi • la - te, Anicn. Farther now, tow farther stealing, Soft it fades up - on the ear. 

Tntti. F. Solo. P. P. 



I '-^ Huth ! aRaiii, like waves retreating, To tiie shore it dies along. 

I Tiitti. r. SoKP. P. ^ _ 



4 6 

3 



6 8 7 



Ju - bi - • Ja - re, 



A - men, A - men. 



312 



120,orp60. 



CHORUS. Hallelujah to the God of Israel. 



Haydn. 



Sym. .y .y* 

z:S:zzd:qr3z=i;igz?ziiiTs=tr*:5ilzlziia:t^z^fzzzz?zttSrW=tifc 

t . "W' p \m^\ m^ ■■•""•a" 



Unison. ^.1— »^ _ 

6 6 * 6 7 • ~ fi ■* 6 ~6 7 6 6 6~ 6 4." 6 ^ 6 •o ~ 

3 42 4. 234.3 

- - -— — — _, '^^.^ (—■ — — -I --I — 






< 



sfe- 



-1^._P A 






Hal - le - hi jab, Hal - le - lu . jah, Hal - le . lu - jah, Hal - le - lu - jah to the God of Israel, 

Voice. y,—^ ^^-—^ ,— «^ y—^ Sym. _ Voice. 



Voice. * "51^- I* Voice. S ym. Voice. — d; -W- 



^ 6 6 7 



6*6^ 6 



CHORUS. Continued. 



313 






He will save • 



?ill save - - . - us in the day, the day of fight. 



:;liz:;:==:-:1=: 

Sym. 



he will save us in the day - - will save us in the day of fight. 

Voice. _ ,-■ V Sym. 



Hal-le - lu-jah, the Lord is our de- 



I I Voice. 






he will save us in the dny, will save us in the d 

Voice, 



tizzU3±trp:lgzi]:: 

ay of fight. • -^ 



S: 



Voice.-Q. 



-~ - -r- - 6 ' 3 ~- "7 fi 5 ' ~ " " ~7 "'5 ~"6 8 7~ ^' ' ----- -j9-+- -I- .•■- - -. . -_ -t; 



5 6 7 6 
* 4, 5 4, 






_t__|_-t5,-^— I 



ftuder, he will save us in the day, in the day of fight. F. God is great in battle, for he is the Lard of hoets. 

Sym. -J 1 Voice. Sym. 

Sym. '■'•Voice. "P-^-f- m ^^'°- ^ 



n. & H. 



6^6 6 



6 .5 
4 ♦ — 



40 



I 6 ^6 



' I 



S14 



CHORUS. Continued. 

:g2i=iZ5i»=i=z=z=-: 



;i:_z_d_ird_^ ip-i — p:r.s^s_g_2_i_i — !z_i_i — i — t:_i_r:_c_i — [i-i-fi — 1 1_| — t— i_c_t — zj 

-p^ '^] _-a-*- ^ -^-_J^-_ _ .JjE. :^-P«-» • P-^p:- -a— (5 

Hal-le - lu-jah, He U our refuse, I will praise him for-evcr, ever - more, Syrn. .Hal - !e - In - jah, 

v,^;.-. Sym. Voice. ^Q- -^- <^0— Voice. 






Voice, 






\'o;fe. 






^7 4. bo 4.5 



b- 



■^ . r^ ^0- « a ^*- O "P ^ -^- -©-•—»»- -e— «- forever 

fcbiP:^Eiiz*ii izi;i:xiuibz:''ip:riPzzz~pziz@zz*ipziigz:?i2;izpz:tz:EzizE^ 

1 will praise him, will praise him evermore, wHI praise him, will praise hia, will praise him, will praise hira lor - evtr, for- 



« t»7 



Voice, 



forfTpr 



ili^SEg^llziEliEFllipppyip^^^ 




IL 






te7 



6 -96 
— 4 



^ 2 

4 Ik 






t£ 



w^^ 



CHORUS. Continued. 



315 



forever, lor.rer ever, ever more" " forever, "forever, " ~ forlver,^ ^y^^ fver mEe, 



r-»~»- 



(3— T 9-9- 



«1— ^: 



more, 

ill 

more, Syno, 
more, Sjm, 



ever, for - ever, for - ever, ever more, for - ever, for - ever, for - ever, for - ever, ever 



forever. 



forever, ever, ever more, forever. 



forever, forever, ever, ever 



fi fi 5 

5 4, S 



!f» 



6 6 5 

5 4. 3 









^ErEEEiE^Er 



:«ririi: 



_ Er^f z!::±rF-,»— r- 









::b: 



wiU praise him, will praise him forever, ever more, will praise him, will pr..ite liim forever, ever ' more" 

^o'"--- Sym. Voice. -»-_«»._«.. 



1 






;ii^iiiiiiiii^i;ligiigliiiiiigi|ii 

:it:P&7pz{zf:zpz-*- 



-P- 



Sym. Voice. 



Sj'm. 



E~6f :£zEi-^eeeE f-f = Ei^Ez^£FW-E-i^p^E=p=^"^^^ 



.Q 

-e 



6 6 

5 4 .5 



T. S. 



6 

4. 5 
3 



y^l 



316 



92. 



DIRGE. 



Dead March in the Oratorio of Saul, by Handel. 



\ 



.b 



::fe:rni»zizp 



p. Solo. 



P. Solo. 



Tulli. P. 



:EEfBzE?iJEiE|£^:JE|EEfp=r#^^^^ 



zIrBzBri;Bz:E:jEPzEJri . 

Unveil thy bosom, faith - ful tomb, Take this new treasure to ihy trust j And give these sacred relics room, 



b^Sz*ziz§zizf:iz«:i«:i?;*z*:±zdzz:izi*^^ 



p. Solo. 



P. Solo. 



Tutti. P. 






65 6 76 
id* 5 4 



8 7 6 5 
654 3 
4 



56 ^'-e 5 
34 5-4 3 



Repeat for the 2d and 3d verses. 



P. Solo. 



:b::zz?ip.ezsis:pzEi?i»«gzgi:5:3zzz$ipzsz^prpzizzizz-2z*i:i:3zzz?i:BrP;T 



Itifczz 



To slumber in the si - lent dust. And give these sa - cred relics room, To slim.ber in the si - lent dust. 



zz:2Zpiz;,-Z*i*dzzizz*zz?i:d:izi:?':l2z!'z_zl:®zi:f;i»:i:_ 

s_/ V ^ P. Solo. >^ — " -^ — ^ Tulti. -g; ^- — ^ 



-P-P-.— P-P- 



ll: 






6 4 



7 — 
5 — 
43 



87-6— 5 — 8 — 7 6 7 6 
6 5-4— 3-6 — 5 4 5 4 
4 4 

V, 2. Nor pain, nor grief, nor anxious fear Invade thv boundi. No mortal woes Can reach the lovely sleeper here, While angels watch the soft repose. 

3. So Jesus slept ; — God's d^ing Son Paas'd thro' the'grave, and blest'd the bed ; Rest here, dear saint, till from hia throoe The moroing break, and pierce the shade. 



DIRGE. Coatinued. 



317 



Verse 4th. 



r. ^ — V Dim. ^-^ — -^ ,-^ .^Z ^ P. Solo, ^^-^ ,,— V. 

Cfe^_t^-t.E_P— C-ip-t: — i.t|_ep_p4.e.J-is_pi-pp-pf:tzpc tp zp2p_.fi4-p -q.s?-pi __ p.Lp4P-P-»I^-|»p-i-t.ezJ 

Break from his throne, il - liistrious morn; AttenJ, O earth! his sov' - reign word ; Restore thy trust, — a glorious from — 

r. Dim. ^-N ^ — V /- — V P. Solo. ^^ — ^ ^^ — ^ 



6 7 

4. tr 



tj3 3 3 ^ 









F. F. Tiilti. 



_^_»|»,_ 



, m-r-P-P- 



Shall then a-ri?e, to meet the Lord. Restore thy trust, — a glorious form — Shall then a-rise, to meet the Lord. 



6 64 
3 



6 4 7- 

3 43 



S18 5 92. 



LO! MY SHEPHERD IS DIVINE. From the Oratorio of Jiidah. Haydn. 






»i 



Sym 



iiiiiililpiH 






-o-S-«— J 






ziii:=iazz;i:^;HZ=j:iHZi)z:g:iqiii5: 



^^—- 



fz^zrz^^zz:! 









6 6 

4. 



-*f- 



6 4. 
3 



— S 6 6 



<i-5 
4,-^ 






Second Trehle. 



g-— — — -— — — |— — -■^— I-— -— -|^-^^-0— 3 ; ;^;-t j^ 

^sKTM Lo ! my Shephtrd is divine, How c.:n I want when lie is niiue. 

fri H J ?r3 Voice. ^ ^-^ ^^ ^^ ■ 

:^zz-zr-i,«rzizziz]z^lz^fzfi^^gq;4rdzz.-|Zp--:xzzpzaiaziz-^ 
bz*^^bfcS3E^Lfet|JzEzz^zz?i?zz*:*:II§ziJzE-t:it:EzbJtzE:E:t:!zz?zp 



3§E^EEiEEiEEiEEfErEEEzE:^=;p33l:t^=}— ?E=JE 

6 4. 6 "~ 6 fi 5 v_^ 6 ~T ~"'~ g 5_64. 7fi6 65 



4. 6 6 fi 5 

6 4^ 3 b 



5—64. 7fi6 65 

3 5 5 4 4> 3 



I 



lf_^^Z=5=Z 



LO ! MY SHEPHERD, &c. Continued. 



^_. 



L.UI mx tiai<ji^i±t.tiu, &c. Uontinuetl. 319 






Lo! my Shepherd is di - rine, How can I want when he is mine, when he is mine 



^,^_^. ._^. .^.^ 3 ^^§ - 



-# 



— T- — l-T 1— *— ^ p-» 



:=:-?_©_.... 



-_]^__., , i».,_a. » ^ 



^^ 7 ? 3 3" '3 3 3 3 6 ' ' I ""1 ZZ~ 6 6~ ' ~6 *<; ' ' 6 ~ ' "fi 

^Hu leade(h me — He leadetfc 



kad«U ■!«, 



By the ttreain Uiat wanders slow, Thro' the lueada where flow'rets grow, 



, I ,Q. _^!_ ^ gro"') -------- He leadeth me and 






6 — 

3 — 






* 7 



5^' ~ ~ ----- 



6 — 

C - 



3 3 3 

He leadeth 



320 



LO! MY SHEPHERD, &c. Continued. 



me and there 1 rest, In peace di - vine - ly blest 






and there 1 rest, In peace di - vine - Jj bleit. 



In 



love, In love and peace di - vine - ly blest. Syn 



I 



1 I *— •- a -' — ^ -^ — ^ 



— - hi 



there I rest, In love and peace di - vine - ly blest. 



me and there I rest. In peace di - vine - ly blest. 7 6 ** 6 '' f 5 



me and there I rest. In peace di - vine - ly blest. 

6 4. 6 *5 *5 6 6 6 § 5 

3 4. * 4 * 

3 3 



Lo ! my 






Lo ; my fclirpherd is divine, How can 1 want 
Voice. 



izrzTZw: 



■'-J — ••*f-J-«-i-d-±-d-d-«-±-J-* — ±» — I- n-f-d — 3-1-3 — ^cr«-3-3-i — »-«-i^^?-*4"S=f-f-3 



' -9* J? ^>— ^ ^n 9. V'oice. 



6 *fi 

4 



Lo! IB}' 



LO ! MY SHEPHERD, &c. Continued. 



321 



I is divine, How can I want when he is mine. By - - - the stream that wanders slow, that ^"wanders" 



Shepherd 






When he 



is mine. By - - the stream that wanders slow, 






ders 












R.r _ *t.,. ,.* .L_. I _i_ .. 7" "' T "" p— -^— h— — J 



''-~»-_m_-' — ^ "'**'' jlf '* ■"'"•=■ % - - *'"= stream that wanders slow, that wanders, wauders ~ 

Shepherd is di - vine. How can I want when he is mine. By the stream that wanders slow" w^eT." 

3 3*^3333 *6- 6- 7 7 7 7 76 5 6 7 6 

2 ..^ ^ „ .. *3 4 5* 









slow. 



lie lead . - - eth me, he leadeth me, and 



tf—^~- - ~ - aj a!" ■•-i:d: -d •" "•' - - - — . |- . -^ __ i-ii_ _*_i.i_3_g;j 



slow, 



Thro' the meads where flow' 



rets grow. 



He lead 



eth, lead 



eth me, and 



S;liii^iiiiiiiliiiiililiiiilili;liMili 



slow, _ 



a:=£:i:„.fc=,Jp^,.x: 



_. He lead - - . - eth me, He leadeth me, and there, and 



slow, 7 — 6 6 St He Uadeth me, leadeth me, leadeth me, and 



7 — 
H. & H. 



41 



He Uadeth me, leadeth me, 

6 7 7 7 



leadeth me, and 

7 7 



322 



LO ! MY SHEPHERD, &c. 



Coutiaued. 



j ' — ---••-* — — -L— — — — — - li^ \m^ and peace, In love and 



there 1 rest, 

p — 3— «• 3 

there 1 rest, 



In 



love and peace di - vine - ly blest, 

i — *-»-T-«-- 1 



In love and peace di - vine - ly 



^. P-f--t--^ ' '~ ' ' ' — In love and peace di - vine - ly 



tliere 1 rest, 






P — I ^'K. — ■+~T-" t *" ' (. — £■" f, 5 In love and 

6 7 <. o 7 ""43 8 



4 5 4 i 



In love and 

3 3 3 3~3 






blest, 



In 



love and peace di - vine - ly blest. Syni 



blest, 




W f I *•■ 



--.f 



■*»■- 



peace, 7 Jo 436643'^ 4 ^ 4— *2 J— *^ J — — 



323 



fr#:-: 



Recie : 



ANTHEM. That I may dwell m tlie house of the Lord. 



-bi — ^- 



One thing have I de 



ed of the Lord, which I 



will re - quire, 



F-^-^~' 



:_| ± i ^ i ^— 2— -5— =^ 






96. Sym. Andante. 



~!EE^iEiiE^EiEiEiigEiEi3iliP 



?: 






EfEEf 



rizzzi: 






:=|±z:J^Z|. 

:zz:zzzr(^~ziz: 



— zz?zz4;izzz: 



■©--- 









if ft— ^-^ ' 

Xizz^zzzzgzz: 



:z:*:*:izi=zrft-=-^=^zli?-p-fzfzfitziz^.L£.E2: 



:zEtE=:fzrf^: 



,pgEi|^| 






zyl^zf^g 



IS 



— e 



324 ANTHEM. Continued 









That I may dwell, 



That I moy dwell. That I may dwell in the house, in the houte of the Lord, may 



iiii^iiiliyigiypiiE^i^yiliyppiiii 






Organ. 6 



t ' 



fi 3- Voice. 5- 6 — 5 5646 6 56 7 43 

* 43 4.-3 8 5345 



:ti!:i»Ti« ~ «zi::z-» -»-i*- 






dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life. 

r#-* ■ T— 1— t— .— ^ 



To be - hold the fair beauty of the Lord, To be- 



iipiiliiiispiSiiliiliiii:^Pig§iii^ 



liittyiSI&^l^iiipiiiiJiiEiJiiiiiiiiiEi 



6 #6 b— 65—6— 66 7 



5 4 6 5 4 3 Voice. 



'#.*- 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



325 



f Ppg ^ipp gi: g Ja pE^eag^|a^;g ;i a;ig^^^ 



of the 



hold the fair beautj of the Lord, and to visit, to visit his temple, to behold 



4, 

2 



5 

2 



4 — •#• 



iiii^liiiiiiiiiiiiipgiiiiiliMliia* 



I Lord, and to 

IaS^^^Zhh-H- 



visit his teoaple, and to 



visit his 



temple. 



A - men. 



igiiigi^ijepiEi^iiiiiiijiiPiiiiiyii 



6 5 - 6 

5 J - 



fi 6 5 
5 * .i 



6 6 5 
S 4 a 



326 



100. 

Allegro. 



ANTHEM. 



O Sing unto the Lord. 



Dr. John Clark Whitfield. 



O sing unto the Lord a new song, a new song. 









O sin; unto the Lord a new song, a new soug. 



676 668?' 666'' ~ "" --r---- 

5 5 5 45 

O sing unto the Lnrd a new song, a ni'w song. 

^ p-. _ _ J^-_ _-g- 






tr 



^y , . . — I — r— ■ ' I -^^ I— I 1^ '-I — ' ■ » 1 T^-» ^1 ■■ — I 1 

I O sing unto the Lord a new song, a new song. 



76 6 667 67eR 

5 45 5^4. 



ANTHEM. Continued 



327 






Let tiie con^re - gat'ioii of the sainta prHk^e hiiij 



:^±^f 



O sing unto the Lord, the 



Let !lie consrei;:ition oT the saints praise hini. O sin", 



Let the coiigre - gatiou of the 



Sdints pr.iise him. 



Oct:ives. 



O sing unto the Lord, the 






Let the cougregation of the saints proise him. 



O sing nnlo the 






::bz: 
rii — 



Lord a new song, O sing unto the Lord a new f"iig. 

'_ ^ »_*lP'Z^ . 









"^^ song, j^f^ ^ 

±zz?iziz?z-zp|zp|»ziz^zpz^zpzizz:g£zzizp;pziz-:z:^ti^:-:^|ii-:"^^ 

Lord a new . son^, O sing unto the Lnrd a new song. Syai. 
• , ^_ .^'"•zPl ZpT^Q 



Lord, O sing unto the Lord, uato the Lord a Dew song. 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



Z t--U — U— " U— k»— 'i ^~ J^ ""^ r.;„i,r^ L,et (lie congregation of the 

Let th7 con£re£at.on ^_t:;e HJ^'^^ ni^^"* '""'• _ _ -__ 

~~'^~~~T'~. . - ~~ - 1 Ts7 him, Let the congregation of the saints praise him, 



pra ------- - _ -_ ' , V /^ vr 

~ Let The congregation of the --a.nts praise h,m, ^^_^^^ H ^^ 



Let the congregati( 

— ^-=:i3:i=tri3bz*ziltzi-t_f Jl_j-I-!I.' ICiril-u-iZi u_l.i__._- — ^ 6S676s esere? 

• g : '*' 3 + 5J 434.54.3 434.443 

f|iigiilpiiiEliiiiiiiilipiiPiil=^liMi 

fai"ts praise him. m—A ^ _ x'~~v ^ ' ^ 
t-tt3:-LP :P ^ i!;;rthrco'D'i'regati^on"of~«he "^-^'^ praise him, the saints^ 



praise him, the saints praise bin). 



"^iPiiis|i||=^p|Piiii|||iti|ipg:|MilsPJ^:^^^3'ffi 



6 5 fi him, prais* bim. 6 7 - <" 4 « 



6 3 R him, praiM bim. 
*•!* 765 



r 56. ANTHEM. 1 have kept the ways of the Lord ! 

F. CHORUS. Andante. 



Henry 11. Bishop. 329 









I have kept the ways of the Lord, and have not wicked - ly de - parted from my God. P. I have 






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— « -*i 



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^ p. 






2- 






— J— 61 

6 6 7 4.3 

5 

Soslen. 






*5 6 6 _6 

4. *4. ^5 

Cres. 



azzdz 

6 5 -g 6 

4. 3 4. 

F. 



ri~T" ri , _- 






-I- 

And have not, liave not , wicked - ly de - parted from my God. 

— CUES. F. 






m=m 



kept the ways of the Lord, 



And have not wickedly, have not 



de 



-#- 



parted froiu oiy God. 

CRES. F. 






'. =_.K_ai.x_ei 



-w^ 



And have not, have not wickedly, have not de 



— o — □ — izd — S-j-x — _ — : 



parted from my 

CRES. F. 



God. 



7 6 5 6 5 

tl 4. # 

H. & H. 






42 



And have not wickedly departed from my God. 
9 6 9 8 7 6 — 7 — 

' * |3 



330 



ANTHEM. Continued. 

F. 



Cres. 



P. 



F. 



All his judgments, &c. 



^=?Eg=p] 



be - fore me, be - fore me, 
p_«_._ Cres^ F. P. 



All Ins judgments were be - fore me, were before me, were be - fore me, be - fore me, And I did 

P. Cres. P. F. 

All Ills judgments, &c. be - fore me, 
P. Cres. P. F. 

fore me, be - fore m( 

^76 6 - 6 ^ 

itules, di.l not put his 



All hi= judgments were before me, were be - fore me, were be - fore me, be - fore me, ~ £ — 



6 6 fi 5 -*5- 

4 o — 



11 4r — ^ ~~" ^ — — ^~T~^ ~ — ~ — ~ I — ~i ~j — j — r — H — j rtai 



11 P. And 1 did not put a - way his statuies, di.l not put h 



not put a - way his statutes from me, P. And I did not put a - way his statutes from me, did not put hii 






dzzaziia 



p. And I did not put a - way his statutes, did not put his 

-© M i 



^ 6 - V.7 6~-"6~'7~ 5 -~ ~ 6 6 ~ "4 ' 5 ^ 6 ~ -^ ^Z * 5 



rr^s 



ANTUEM. qontinued. 

F. 



331 



P. 



statutes from me, 



1 did not put his statutes from 
P. 









P--P- 






1 did not put from 
P. 



statutes from me, And I did not put a - way tus statutes from me, 

r. 

F. Organ. P. Voice. 

__ __ 1^ ~i"6~ ~ ■ '~6~' ' 6 7~ 






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-a- 



ifc: 



5 8^7 ^ii 

4 



4. 3 



^7 * - 



rritt 



F. 






tt /^ " ^ik T L C^ C Hi ^— I I ! L I 1 L— L» — LZ i 



1 did not put his slatuler from riie. 

p. 



uie, and I did not put, did not put his slalules fram me. 



I did not put from 



-9 






Orsjan. 



P. Voice. 



-©— -©— J-Q 



I ^-T^^ZirgJLlgZI-p-LL— L-.L- 






6 6 - 5 

>4 ^ 3 






6 7 -8 






a: 

6 7 

4> 



332 I* 108. 



Antlieni. Coutinued. 



Alto. Soslen. VERSE. AndanJe con Woto, 



Sosten. 









Who is God ex - ccpt the Losd ? 
Sosten. 



Who is, &c. 






God ei - cept the Lord ? Who is a 

Sosten. 






Organ, Voice. 



Who is God, who is 

Organ. Voice. 



God ex - cept the Lord ? 






-Id: 









76 5 — 3 
Who is God, kc. 



76 —5 
Who is God ex 



— 3 4.3 6 5 

5 a 
cept, ex - cept the Lord ? 



Rock except our God ? a Rock ex - cept our God ? a Rock ex - cept our God ? ex - cept our God ? ex - cept our 






Rock - 



Soslen. 









3' 3 3 3 3 6 6 
Who is a Rock, &o. 



6 7*6 8 7 § 5 

t> 5 * ■*■ 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



333 



God; 



except our God ? who 



* :g-_:r-^- 



^ 1 _.«_-_ p — 0-^_j — Z C_»_ _e-g-»-j-j-_-^ J-— p.|»_ (»_^ .__. 



who is a 



Rock ex - cept our God ? ex - cepl our God ? ex- 






Rock - . . who is a Rock ? — 



P.P. 






*4. 6 -frS 5 3 4 5 

3 S 3 3 3 2 „2 3 

Who is a Rock except our God ? 



6—66 7 87 65 u<9 6 5 76 

4—5 654.* 87 4398 

- Who is a Rock ex - cept our God ? ex - cept our God ? - 



-# j-^. 






cept our God ? who 



a Rock except our God ? who is 



a Rock, a Rock except our God 



:s: 



— - — "" -pn w ~~^ - - - — . .^ ' -~ -^ * •^' 



Who is a Rock ex - cept our God ? who 



a Rook ex - cept our 



God i 



5 4 3 4 ~4.1^ 3~ '3~3 3~3 43~0<" ~ --Z^ 5- ' "" "s ~3 ' 3 '3"~3 ~3 43~v ^' "•O' 6— ~^Z^ 

7 6 5 6 6 5 8 6 6 6 4 3 B 6 6 6 4 8 



334 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



CHORUS. 



P 104. DUET. Treble?. Allegro. 



r. F. 



2(1 Treble. 



Who is God ex - cept the Lord ? 1st Treble. Thy right hand hath bolden me 



^9 
up, 



b;^=®iii®ii^a=ifta:d:J5Qi±:ir|:i=iiiriiJizPzz^zz! 



:a=;2=^=lzC^ 



d zzizd iH^is z:l_d_g — : — : 



r. F. 



Q. -P- -e- -P_T-n---— T-T---- 






l ^ 



,6 5 4 S — 

■&4, * ^ * - 



Organ. 



6 5 
4.^ 



8-9 
5 o — 7 



6 5 
43 



Alto '^''y ''"•'''' ^^'"^ ''""^ holden me up, 

,:J=S-dz:HP=^=-iq::-i57 ^ 



DUET. Tenor and Alio. 



-# 



S=: 






And thy gentleness hath made me great. And thy gentleness liatli made me great. 






Q — .- 



* 43 



HI— o: 



4ri 
98 



IZZZZIIIQilZIZDZ: 



65 

4* 



.^4 5 
89 iP 






7 8-9 65 
5 6-7 4# 



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P-] 



EzEPrEEEIiErl 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



335 



CHORUS. 






S: 



And thy 



gentleness hath made me great, And thy gentleness hath made me great 



hath made 

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ZlgzpZSZlIeZp: ^~^ 









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:=Pzl:dz 



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'~ 5 fi 6 

34. 



Thy right hand hath holden me up, 



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*5 -3 6 



85 

4.«- 



6 5~ ~ " 
43 



Voice. 6 5 6 •*? 6 5 

4 3 * 3 



E=EE^ 
zozzzzj 









S: 



ii 

And thy 



5=P:fiTE°z|:^zfz 






;«s: 



genlleness hath made me great, And thy gentleness lialli made me ereat. 

))uet. Trehles., 



Ha(h made 

Soli. ^ 



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id 






Hath made me great. 






— 5—6 6 6 5 
-5-4. tr 4 * 



.T4. 5 7 6 

8 9 '0 5 



3 



Organ. 



i66 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



Tul»i. 



F. 









Hath made, liath made me great, hath made me great, hath made me 

^"^ Tutti. 



great. ^^_^^._ ^ halh made. 



,^_^-J_-. 



Hath made me great. 



hath made, bath made me 



-o — a- 



arisiTZd 



-e 



Hath made 

Voice. Soli. 









me grtat, hath made, hath made me great, Thy gentleness halh made me 

Tntli. F. 



And thy gen - tie 



ness hath 



made 



5 6 K 7 8 6 .■; 

■#■ 5 4.3 

me great, hath made me great, hath made me 



t^^^^-^- 



^^^^&m^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



idiiis-: 



.ZHii.'diiz 









great, hath, fcc. great, made me great, made me great, hath made me great, halh """^a ""^ great, halh 



:#= 









great, halh made me great, made me great, hath made me great, hath made, hath made, hath made 






great, hath made me great, hath made me great, hath made me great, halh made me great, 



bath 



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6~7 



t:g_d;:d;izzzrpz: 



l-l 



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6 5 
4 5 



bath made me great, bath 



made 



43 



great, 



y 

. . hath 



rf#S: 



ANTHEM. CoutiQued. 

Cres. F. F. 



331 



made, hath made me ^real, hath luude me srtAt. hath ni.iHp mp „ro.,. 






grertt, hath 



made me great, 



it, Cres. K. F. hath made, l)ath made mfi irrpnt 



great, Cres. K. F. hath made, l)ath made 



made me gre^t, 



made, 



hath 



made me c;real, Thy gentleiies? 

-^ "-F. F. 



halh 



made 



nie great, 






made 
I*" 76. Largo Andante. 



great, halh m;ide me great, hath made me grat, 

56 6 7865 6 

tr — 5 4. ;5 






ill 



Q. 






-©- 



-e- 



-s- 



HATH 



:E: 

MADE ME 






GREAT, 



HATH 



MADE 



ME 



GREAT. 



,?£ 



s. G 






— 5ip- 



-?■; J T e J Q -r ■ e J © — 






H. & H. 



338 



WE PRAISE THEE, O GOD. 



Allegro. Tenor. 



W. Jackson. 



jecond Treble. ^ 



Treble. VVe praise thee O GoJ, we acknowledge thee to be the Lord, all the earth doth worship thee, the 






Tasto. 



n 



i-,^.d.t.^: ^_,__H.-.-J , 









Fa - ther ev - er - last - ing, to thee all f n - gels cry a - loud, the Heav'ns and all the pow'rs therein. To 

^z=^zz^zh^zz^z=z=±zzzhz:=z.z-zzz:zzhz^-=ptz^z:~hz^~zzz:zzz:^^^ 









i( 



WE PRAIS?: THEE, GOD. Continued. 

Adagio. 



339 



Ihee - - - Cherubim to thee - - - Seraphim continual - ly do cry, Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho . ly Lord, Lord God of 



Allegro. ,.^— s.^ 

Sa - ba - oth, Heat'n and earth are full, are full of (he Ma -jest -ty of thy great plo - - - rj'. 



Heav'n and earth are 



full, 



full 



of . the maj - es - ty of tlijr great 



glo 



"■>• 






:^± 



7 fi 



* ?, 



340 j* 96. 



-tt^-^-^- 



JORDAN. C. M. 



W. Billings. 



mmms^^m^^^m^^^^^ 



There is a land of pure delight, Where eaiiits immor - tal reign ; Infinite day excludes Iht- night, And pleasures banish pain. 






i — lri9-» rr- 



6 6*6 56 56 7 6 5 6 6 ' ~6 s" ' ' " 6~ 6*6 5 6 5 6~ 7 6 ' ' ~6 s' 6 ~7 ' " ' 

*Jt34.543 4.3 *34.3455 4 



6*6 56 5 6 7 65 
4. 3 t 3* 5 43 






W- 






Siveet field?, beyond the swelling flood, Stand dress'd in living green ; So to the Jews fair Canaan stood, VVliile Jordan roU'd between. 

~ ~ ~ 1 6~65'~6~~~6 654.3 

435 4766 

This passage may be performed by the Tenor and "Case with good effect ; or, if desired, (he parts may be doubled— the Treble and Tenor singing the upper 
—and the Second Treble and Base the lower part. 



MURRAY. H. M. 



341 









1. Welcome, dc - light - ful morn, Thou day of sacred rest; I hail thy bright re - turn, 



2. Now may the King descend. And fill his throne of grace ; Thy sceptre, Lord, ex • tend. 



3. Descend, ce - - les - tial Dove, With all thy quick'ning pow'rs ; Disclose a Saviour's love, 



rf: 

I J 



II 



■f : From the low train of mortal toys, I soar to reach im - mor - (al joj '• 

While saints ad - - - dress thy face i Let sin - ners feel thy quick'ning word. And learn to know and fear llie Lor.l. 

i~~~T — |~~~ir::~|rTr-~ — r..T~d~i~'^~T — I I^t- -1~; — -T-p rTrJ~l~r]~T~p~~|»'"T P~T~5 — P — T — 1~1|~ 

And bless the - - sacred hosrs : Then shall my soul uew life obtain, Nor Sabbaths be indulg'd in vaiii. 



342 ANTHEM. Blessed is he whose hope is in the Lord. W. Jackson. 

Solo. Andante Alleero. I. HH I 



^ Blesfed^ U he whose hope is . in the Lord, the Lord his God, Blessed is he, Blessed is 



6 6 7 

4> 






he, 



Blessed — Bless - ed is he whose hope is in the Lord, in the Lord his God, in the Lord lys 









CHORUS. Tenir. 



Second Treble. ~ ~ ~ ~ rjT'* • " ' ""^^ ^^- '^ 1^ U>-t» f" *--*- ^- -f-l~ 



Blejs - ed, 
Treble. Sym 



Blessed, Sym. 



Blessed is he whsse hope is in t'je Lord, in the Lord his God, who 






ANTHEM. Continued. 



343 



for .. ev ----...- er, 



I if u-3— 



keepeth his promise, his promise for - ever, who keepeth his promise for - ev-er, for - ever for- 






keepeth his prom . - . . ise for - ever, for - . ev ------ - er. 



IT. 



keepeth his 
.0 






T2l^_.^..^.^^ 



rfe- 



-l- 



Bless 



er . er. Blessed is he, whose hope is in the Lord, the Lord his God, Blessed is he, 

Solo. Syro. 

SiiiPli^iiiiPiliilililiiiiiiigiiii 



Bless 



344 ANTHEM. Continued. 

II . . . ed is lie, "^" 



Blessed is he, whose hope is in llie Lord, in (he Lord Lis God, who keepeth his 

/7\ 



- ed is he, 



-*— •— «-T-|» B-y-e-T-B-Bj-B-T- 






9ho keepeth his promise, his promise for - ev-er. 



promise, his promise for - ev-er, for - ev • er, for - ev - er. - - 



rbo keepeth his promise, his promise for - er - er, 



HOLY LORD GOD OF SABAOTH. 



B. M. Swaffield. 



345 



Andante Maestoso. 



Second Treble. 

'tl/ — — — — — ™_ - <- _ _ « ""f"^ ' ' ■*" *""" "~ ~ — — - 

Ho - ly, Ho - ly, Ho - ly Lord God of Sab-a-olh, Heav'n and earth, Heav'n and earth, Heav'n and earlh are ftill of the 

Inst. -0- -m- -»- 

^ — V, Alleiro. o.« • • • '^Q "^ — ^_ — 



majesty of thy glory. Glory be to thee, 



Glory be to thee. 



Glory be to thee, O Lord, Most High. 

/7\ 






^^^^^^^^m^^^^ 



_ ___:?i:*_ _ _ - -^- —'^-{- ^^ - 



H. & H. 



44 



346 



76. 



TABOR. Composed and sung by the ancient Bohemian Brethren in limes of persecution. 



Prai'^e God for - e? - er, Boundless is his fa - voiir, To liis cliuri:h and choseu flock. They stand on 



Piiiyiillil^liilil;llliiii;||=Jiipg:|iHiliiii 

tl 5 t:— a 4. * 






r-b- 



iM=?=iiiilllEiliOilliilME?^:liPliEi!f^^iifE?£:i 



-P- -e- 



Christ the Rock, His Al • mighty Son, On fair mount Zi - on, By his Fpir - it grace and word, 



6 7 

4 CT 



7 



fi 7 

5 tr 



'6 6 6 7 



TABOR 



Continued. 



347 



Blest ci - ty ef the Lord! Thou in spite of ev' - ry pow'rful foe, Shall undaunt - ed s(and, and prosp'iing erow • 



5 S fi 6 7 



6 6 6 7 
4> 



6 6 6 7 

4 






'Midst di.'grace, to God's praise, Bolh in Inve anJ ii - ni - ty, To all e - ttr - iii - (j. To all e ter - ni - ty. 



ppl|E°E|;|E|pE^E^ 
I' a^EEiE:3iEe:pE3 lEiE3EpE4f pEEg-|3 .- lifEpz jEEEJEpEiEf 2EB:{E^E |Eg :f igEpili^EEEfiail |i 



I ' 



4 * b 



DISMISSION. 8's&7's. 



' fe^uSiaii 



^ L^ismiss iTw.h^hy ble.sin,, Bid" us" au' deparUn peace, Still on gospel u^ina feeding, Pure se - r^- ic love increas^; 

1 SE-C-P-pl P p.l!_.[: Ult— ^-k-J rr^fi 6 87 nr<.»n 64.664.667 

V '^6 64 b 64.6664,7 Organ. y^.^^_ 3 3 4 



liiiiiJ|iili=iJlHi{^JOiil[li^iii^iiii^i^iii 



a;§: 



''^" F^l each breast with con- so - la -lion, Up lo thee our roices raise^Vhen we reach that blissful station. Then we'll give thee nobkrprMse. 



Q-., 






DISMISSION. Continued. 



349 






lis EbJE i EkzEl~zElzz!ipE^Eifiz§z^:|3=^|:f z^zg 



Then we'll give thee nobler praise. \nd we'll sing Hallelujah, Amen, Hallelujah, And we'll sing Hallelujah, Amen, H.illeuljah, To Goil and the Lamb. 

l-<1f T« . 1-*'.-! -. -\-^f- •-rxr-zr J-'P- xi r t Ir-n s ^r 



II 



Solo. P. Tutti. K. Solo. P. Tiitli. F. Hallelujah for- 



6 6 6 7 

■i 



6 7 

4. 



5 6 8 7 



6 6 6 5 

* tr 



I ' 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^^IM^^M^^^S^^ 



HLilleitijuli for 



Halleliij ih for - ev - er, for - ewr and ever, Amen. 



*^ U,.I 1-, 1,. :^t. .1 _ mo A»^^n A 



Hal-le - In - jah, A - men, Amen, Amen. 



::6-— zlzzzz]zi--zzzzPT«xzzeZzzzzzi«:zzzzz!Tz]5J=lid:zl;=!zqizlrzi"zzziz:iip:-i@'ri 



ev - er, Hallelujah for - ev - er, 



Hallelujah for - ever and ever. Amen. 



P 



-P-^ P 






^ — 



i ' 



6 6 6 7 

4i 



A 6 6 6 5 
3 43 



350 



ARCHDALE. C. M, 



le. 

he prace ap- 



Second Treble. 
I When God reveal'd his gracious name, And chans;'d ray 



,^,:^w^m&mm^imm 



zz^za 



iriournriil slate, My rapture seem'd a pleasing dream, The prace ap- 



6 6 6 7 
4 



fi 5 
4 3 



6 4, 



4 6 
3 



|MgilEyyiiiliiiliigliii^ili;liiiii=lii!ii 



pear'd so great. The world beheld tlie glorious chan:;e, And did thy hand confess ; My tongue broke out in 



6 6 7 
4, 



- 6 5 

6 S * a 



fi ■; 5 6 h 7 

4 3 4 tr 



-p-p-f- 



AllCHDALE. Cotitiuued. 



351 



ir-^=r 



~z~z~ziz — riizTir^iZsiizq ~~iii~zzz|r~iiiE::siiq 



tZ~ZZeZIZ~ZZLZZIZZ\Z3 '~ 



:E:zzt:r.Iit-r-i--t=: 



ioii^^^j5piiifi^^i{=iiiEiiii^iiiiiii£iEiiii 



\w 



unknown strain^, \nd fun» siirpri*Mi 



{jriice. My to(i;rtie brolie out in nnlcnnwn .strains, And sunL; 



surprising qrace. 



mi^^mmMmi^mwm§mi^^^^^ 



ll^EpEEEiEEEirEElEEEi:l=§=3zfz£r|=J:£i|z£i^=|J 

6 875^7 ti fi 87«7 

4 3 4 S 4 4, 4, 



HAKLKIGH. C. M. 



Handel. 



I ask thftn whenne their vict'rv came ? They with united hreath. Ascribe their conquest to the Lamb, Their triumph to his death — Their triumph to his death. 

lllPirEil&liiflSliiaiililiiiiiililSiliSiliS 



6 6 b 



6 6 f;4> 

5 3 



6 7 7 4 



6 5 6 5 65 
4 3 4 3 43 



$■ 



352 



LUTZKN. C. M. 






Second Treble. 



liiiiiiiidiSiiiiiiJiii^iiiiiEiiyiipilpps 

Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands, Ye tribes of ev'ry tongue ; His new discover''d grace demands, A new and nobler song. 



3 



6 5 

* 



6 fi 
5 



BOYCE. L. M. 



Chant by Dr. Boyce. 



tid Treble. 

PliiiSliiiiiiiilisiiiiiiiiiipiipp 

Be thnu, O God, ex-alt - ed high, And as thy glory fills the sky. So let it be on earth difplay'd. Till thou art here as there obey'd. 



I 



Second Treble. 



SPENCER. 



C. M. 



rr^2a-==: 



353 






Second Treble. ^-^ ^~^ 



^'--I^ii||i||g|||=a||p5;|;j||£ 



123; 



•«■ -5 



With rev'rence let the saints appear, And bow before the Lord ; Ilis high commands with rev'rence hear, And tremble at Ijis word. 



ll 









w 6 4 

llOTHWELL. 



ii*:i:p_:i_:j::Q:J_iJ:T_i] ; 



EElS;t;tiEl;E:ti&-ife^aii5i5:i=i:|Hi 



f) 6 6 

i, 5 

L. M. New Arrangement 



fi 8 7 
4t 






iiiiiiii3iiiiiSiifiiiiii§iiiiiijEiiiiirt 



.Second Treble 



»:=^ 



The heaT'ns declsre thy glorj-, Lord, Inev'ry star thy wisdom thine? ; But when otir eye!! beliold thy word, \Ve read lliy name in fairer llte^. We read, foe, 



iiiiiiiliiigirSSiilSiirSfiiiSlS^^ 

4i 4) 









6 6 6 7 
4 

H. & n 



^1 ' n ^ 
' 45 



4 3 t} o 

4 6 



3«1 

li '^ 



LYNN. L. M. 



3E3iE:aiEgiiS5Elii53E|i 



* 



2^:il§:ii§_i®iHi®j:| 

SocentI Treble 



=|©:3}oipIaEi:lz:pI:-r3pE:3:pI:nzip:f:nz:pzP:g 

=i-:°t-l-pT-rg:TQ-|-T:°r°:i-e-i-pt:-r:rF'T— ~--T-;pt-i1^ 









-n 



H- 



-©-©- 



i© 



:2i:a: 



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Lord, tliou hast search'd and seen me throagh, Thine eye commands with piercing view, My rising and my resting honrs, My heart and flesh with all their pow'rsi. 




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ABBEVILLE 120 

Abin^ton 123 

Abridge 114 

Acton 274 

Aithlone 176 

Alcester T94 

Aldborough 109 

All Saints • 52 

Alsen 19U 

Aiusterdam 213 

Angola 200 

Angels Hyinn • 28 

Antigtia 79 

Arcbdale 350 

Arlingtoa 99 

Armley 80 

Arundel PBi 
do. New Arrangement 24 



Ashley 

Asfor 

Asylum 

Atlaulic 

Auifria ' 

Autumn 

Ayle'bury 

Eybyloa 

Baldwin 

Bun;;or 

Barby 

Barnwell 

Bath 

Bath Abbey 

Bedford 

Benevenio 

Berkshire 

Berlin 

Bermondsey 

Bether 

Bethesda 

Beveridfe 

Bladenburg 



11 

C9 
;149 
240 
200 
212 
165 

84. 
10« 
135 
13-2 
160 
> 34 
201 
131 
195 
242 
236 
232 
136 
1S5 
159 
103 



Blandford 
Blendon 
BoweQ 
Boyce 
Bradford 
Braintree 
Braracof.fe 
Brattle Street 
Brentford 
Bridireport 
Brighton 
Brooklyn 
Broomfgrove 
Burford 
Calmar 
Calvary 
Cambridge 
Camden 
Canterbury 
Canton 
Castle Street 
Carolans 
Carolina 
Carthage 
Channings 
Charleston 
Chapel Street 
Cheltenham 
Chesterfield 
Cheirter 
Christmas 
Christmas Hymn 
Clapton 
Clinton 
j Clarendon 
Colchester 
Collingliam 
Columbia 
Concord, 
Covinzton 
Cromer 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



Froome 
Funeral Hymn 
Funeral Thought 
Ganges 

Gardner a 

Georgetown 
I Georgia 
Germany 
Ghent 
Gloucester 
Goshen 
Grafton 
Greece 
Green6eld 
Green's Hundredth 
Greenville 
Great Milton 
Haarlem 
Hague 
Hamburg 
Hamden 
H ■milton 
Harleigh 
Hartford 
Haselton 
Havanna 
Helmsley 
Hinton 
Hotham 
Howards 
Huddersfield 
Hudson 
Intocation 
Irish 
Islington 
llalian Hymn 
Jordan 

Jordan, by Billings 
Kendall 
Kew 
Lanesboro' 



1071 


Crowle 


134 


• 3S 


Cumberland 


•35 


•31 


Dalston ^ 


179 


352 


Danbury ^0m 


»es- 


129 


Danvers 


• 36 


130 


Dartmouth 


252 


23a 


Darwell's 


186 


104 


Oarwen 


85 


#38 


Deerfield 


145 


119 


(ted ham 


l«f 


► 56 


Uenbigh 


272 


170 


Denmark 


265 


152 


Devizes 


118 


133 


do. New Arrangsm 


tl48 


262 


Disn)ission 


348 


207 


Dorchester 


249 


101 


Dover 


156 


. 50 


Dresden 


— 62 


99 


Duke Street 


61 


246 


Dunbar 


166 


. 45 


Dundee 


132 


CO 


Duugeness 


111 


150 


Dunstan 


237 


244 


Dying Christian 


275 


307 


Eaton 


58 


75 


Eastburn 


157 


77 


Edenton 


217 


146 


Easter Hymn 


222 


114 


EdjCeld 


216 


136 


Eliingham 


61 


123 


Elgin 


138 


143 


Ellentliorpe 


• 47 


157 


Emsworth 


76 


258 


Evening Hymn 


• 44 


144 


Evening Hymn 


C3 


122 


Eversley 


147 


141 


Fairfield 


162 


253 


Farnsworlh 


142 


215 


Ferry 


112 


120 


Foundling 


146 


74 


Fraukliu 


10b 



169 


Leicester 


82 


135 


Ley den 


239 


147 


Lincoln 


199 


206 


Litchfield 


208 


.33 


Little Blarlborough 


16.0 


73 


Liverpool 


105 


243 


London 


iS6 


• 44 


Lowell 


88 


245 


Lovaiu 


236 


• 37 


Lutou 


• 42 


219 


Lulzen 


352 


261 


Lynn 


354 


211 


Lyons 


228 


164 


Manchester 


119 


81 


Mansfield 


107 


233 


Marietta 


260 


98 


Marlow 


250 


251 


Martin's Lane 


171 


- 62 


Mayhew 


81 


241 


Me«r 


122 


70 


Med way 


• 47 


224 


Medfield 


131 


351 


Melody 


126 


178 


Messina 


202 


139 


Middlebury 


83 


113 


Milan 


247 


205 


Milton 


» 43 


234 


Missionarj- Hymn 


235 


189 


Monmouth 


»39 


95 


Montague 


226 


151 


Monlgomery 


75 


169 


Morning Hymn 


• 27 


162 


Mornijiiiton 


161 


144 


Mount Ephraim 


155 


• 32 


Munich 


-84 


233 


Murray 


341 


96 


Musick 


80 


340 


Nantwicli 


89 


121 


Naples 


193 


174 


Nalick 


259 


149 


Nazareth 


238 



Newark 
Newcourt 
New Market 
Newton 
New Sabbath 
New-York 



57 
173 

4l» 
103 

46* 
102 



Ninety.Seventh Fsalm 93 
Norfolk 67 

Norwich 202 

Nottingham 113 

Nuremburg 198 

Old Hundred 25- 

do. New ArraDgemU 24' 



Orenburg 


124 


Owens 


26* 


Oxford 


11-2 


Olmutz 


251 


Paddington 


252 


Park Street 


53* 


Peckham 


ItS 


Pelham 


154 


Pergolesi 


78 


Petcrborouglr 


116 


Pilesgrove 


91 


Pilton 


193 


Pleyel's Hymn 


190 


Plympton 


137 


Portsmouth 


'Si* 


Portugal 


23" 


Portuguese Hymn 


223 


Proctor 


72 


Putnam 


€3 


Quincy 


2^:.5 


Quito 


65 


Randall 


163 


Rapture 


175 


Reubens 


204 


Richmond 


66 


Rochester 


197 


Rothivell .' ' ■ 


40 » 



do. New .irrangem't353 



Rotterdam 


204 


St. Denis 


231 


SufSeld 


Sabbath 


188 


St. George's ' 


■ 71 


SulTolk 


SaleiH 


117 


St. Gregory's 


103 


Surry 


Salisbury 


9 55 


St. Helen's 


172 


Sutton 


Savannah 


221 


St. James' 


94 


Swanwick 


Saxouy 


249 


St. John's 


109 


Swithin 


Seasons 


^4 
^4 


St. Martin's , 


100 


Tabor 


Seniley 


St. Mary's 


134 


Tallis' Chant 


Scotland 


270 


St. Matthew's 


97 


Tamworth 


Shaflsbury 


133 


St. Michael's 


229 


Thessalia 


Shirland 


158 


St. Olaves 


■68 


Timsbury 


Shoel 


•36 


St. Paul's 


* 51 


Tolland 


Sicilian Hyma 


194 


St. Patrick's ^ 


« 92 


Trenton 


Silver Street 


153 


St. Peter's Mt^ 30 | 


Triumph 


South Street 


-59 


St. Philip's ^^ 


181 


Trivoli 


Spencer 


353 


St. Thomas' 


156 


Troy 


Sprin?fieM 


164 


Stamford . _. 


. 96 


Trumpet 


St. Alhaii's 


- 68 


Sterling J TfW^ 33 


Truro 


St. Ann's 


95 


Stephen's 


105 


Turin 


St. Austin's 


138 


Smyrna 


209 


Tweed 


St. Bride's 


167 


SouthGeld 


199 


Utica 


St. Cecilia 


246 


Spring 


220 


Uxbridge 


St. David's 


94 


Stonefield 


190 






METRICAL I^ 


fDEX to such 


L. M, Major. 


Cromer 


74 1 Lowell 


All Saints 


52 


Cumberland 


35 


Luton 


Ancels Hymn 


28 


Danrers 


36 


Lynn 


Antijrua 


79 


Dresden 


62 


Marietta 


Astnr 


69 


Duke Street 


61 


1 Majhfcw 


Atlantic 


240 


Dunstan 


237 


Medway 


Bath 


34 


Effingham 


61 


Monmouth 


Berlin 


23fi 


Ellenthorpe. 


47 


Mongomery 


Blendon 


38 


Erasworth 


76 


Nantwich 


Brnntford 


38 


E.vening Hymn 


44 


Natick 


Brsmcohte 


238 


Georgia 


243 


Nazareth 


Hrichton 


56 


Green's Hundredth 


81 


New Market 


Biiyce 


352 


Ha?ue 


62 


New Sabbath 


Castle Street 


45 


Hamburg 


241 


Ninety-Seventh 


Chanel Street 
ChaHeston 


77 


Islington 


32 


Norfolk 


75 


Leyden 


239 


Old Hundred 


Clinton 


208 


Lovain 


236 


Park Street 



METRICAL INDEX. 

177 Venice 

277 Vesper Hymn 

- 64 Vienna 

159 Wales 
110 Walney 
257 Walpole 
346 Waltham 
101 Walton 
216 Walsal 
161 Walworth 
241 Wanworth 
230 Watson's 

77 Wareham 

182 Warrington 

214 Warsaw 

145 Watchman 

187 VVaterville 

• 42 Weimar 

192 Wells 

116 Wenham 

160 Westborongh 
G8 Westbury ' 



196 
311 

• 28 
191 
126 
256 

■ 54 
140 
141 
225 
220 

- 60 
106 

- 63 
250 
165 

-69 
242 
92 
261 
203 
87 



Westford 245 

Westminster 155 

do. New Arrangem't 158 



Weston 

Westmoreland 

Weymouth 

Wicklow 

Wilna 

Winchelsea 

Winchester 

Windsor 

WoodstowQ 

V.'orksop 

Worship 

Worthing 

Yarmouth 

York 

Zion 

Zion's Hill 



- 48 
248 
184 
218 
210 

• 41 

• 31 
133 

92 
139 
180 
197 
167 
129 
» 49 
254 



ANTHEMS, &c. 
BRforeJfhovah's nwful tiironeSfiS 
Blessed be the Lurd forever 261 



Blessed isno, &c. 342 

BlesBed bo tliou Lord, &c. 287 
From till thtit dwell below 

tlie skicB, &;c. 2J2 

Hallelujah to the God of Is- 
rael, &c. 312 
Holy, holy, &c. 3-43 
I was glad when they said 

unto me, &:c. 304 

I have kepttlie ways, &c. 329 
Lord Tof all power, &c. 2S4 

Lord dismiss .us with thy 

blessing, &c. 343 

Lo I my shepherd is divine 318 
One thin;? liave I desired, &c. 3ii3 
O give thanks unto the Lord 282 
O Loid we trust in thee alone 306 
O praise God in his holiness 3o4 
O praise the Lord with one 

consent 2fi2 

O sing unio the Lord, &c. 326 
Praise God forever 316 

Salvation belongeth UQto the 

Lord, &c. SOS 

Sing O lieavens, &c. 2!JT 

Sons of Zion come before him 308 
The voice of free grace, &c. 270 
TfnvcilthyhosnmfaithfullomhSlG 
Vital spark of heavenly flame 275 
We praise thee, O God, &e. 333 



Tunes as are appropriate 

88 Pilesgrove 
42 Portsmouth 

354 Proctor 

260 Portugal 

81 Putnam 

47 Quito 

39 RaiidaU 

75 Rothtvell 

89 do. New Arransem'l 
259 St. Alban's 
23S St. Geofi^e's 

41 St. Olaves 

46 St. Paul's 

I Psalm 93 St. Peter's. 

67 St. Patrick's 

25 Seasons 
52 



to P 


ublic Worship. 








91 


Semley 


74 


* L. M. Minor. 




40 


Shoel 


36 


Armley 


80 


72 


Sterling 


33 


Bnbylon 


84 


29 


Stonefield 


190 


Carthage 


244 


63 


Surrey 


64 


Darwen 


85 


65 


Timsbury 


241 


Evening Hymn 


33 


163 


Trenton 


77 


Ghent 


245 


40 


Truro 


42 


Middlebury 


83 


1353 


Uxbridge 


88 


Munich 


84 


G8 


VVaterville 


C9 


Westbury 


87 


71 


Watson's 


60 


Weimar 


242 


68 


Warrington 


63 






51 


Wells 


92 


C. M, Major. 




30 


Winchester 


31 


Abbeville 


120 


92 


Winchelsea 


41 


Abin^ton 


123 


34 


VVoodstown 


93 


Abridge 
Archdale 


114 
350 



Arlington 99 

Arundel 127 

do. New Arrangement 24 



Asylum 
Baldwin 
Barhy 
Bedford 
Berksiiire 
Blandford 
Braille Street' 
Braintree 
Bridgeport 
Broomsgrcve 
, CaiDhridge 
Canterbury 
Canton 
ClieUenliam 
Cliesterlield 
Cliristnias 
Clarendon 
Colchester 
Covington 
Diinbiiry 
Deerliidd 
E>»riham 
Uevizes 



149 
108 
132 
131 
242 
107 
104 
130 
119 
152 
101 
99 
246 
146 
114 
12ii 
144 
122 
120 
208 
145 
121 

iiy 



do. New Arrangeffi't 148 



I)tiri;iiester 

Dundee 

ICversley 

Farnsworth 

Ferry 

Foundling 

Franklin 

CreeiifieUl 

Harlfiich 

Havanna 

Howards 

TluddersOeld 



S49 
132 
117 
142 
112 
146 
lOH 
164 
351 
113 
95 
151 



Irish 

Jordan 

Jordan, by Billings 

Kendall 

Lanesborough 

Litchfield 

Liverpool 

London 

Lutzen 

Manchester 

Ma>nsCeld 

Marlow 

Mear 

Medfleld 

Newton 

New- York 

Noltingham 

Oxford 

felerhorongh 

Rochester 

Salem 

Saxony 

Spencer 

Siriinford 

Sleplieu's 

Swnnwick 

Si. Ann's 

St, Cecilia 

Si. IJavid's 

S(. Gregory's 

Si. Juines' 

S(. John's 

St. Martin's 

Talli,' Chant 

ToIIafid 

Troy 

i'weed 

Walney 

Walloa 



144 

96 
340 
121 
149 
20i; 
105 
126 
352 
119 
107 
250 
122 
131 
103 
102 
113 
112 
116 
127 
117 
249 
353 

96 
105 

no 

95 
246 

94 
103 

94 
109 
100 
101 
230 
145 
116 
126 
140 



METRICAL INDEX, Continued. 












VVareham 


106 


Pelham 


154 


S. P. M. Major 


• 


Sicilian Hymn 


194 


Westmoreland 


24a 


I'eckham 


168 


Dalston 


179 


Suffolk 


227 


York 


129 


Shjrlanil 


158 


Worship 


180 


Tamworlh 


216 


C. M. Minor. 


135 
136 
133 


Silver Street 
Southfitld 


153 

199 


Zion's Hill 


254 


'Worthing 
WesTnorough 


197 
203 


Bangor 
Bellicr 




Sutton 


159 


H. M. Major. 




Walpole 


256 


St. Thomas' 
Thessalia 


156 
161 


Acton 
Bethesda 


274 
185 






Burford 


# 8'e. 




Chester 


136 


Ulica 


160 


Darwell's 


186 


Goshen 


219 


Collinghara 


141 
134 
138 
135 


Watchman 


165 


Edenton 


217 


Spring 


220 


Crowle 
F.lgin 
Fu[ieral Hymn 


Westniinster 


155 


Harlford 


178 


Wauvvorlh 


220 


do. New Arrangem' 


t 15B 


Murrf.y 
Shai'Mnuy 

Swilfflf§^ 


341 

183 


• 6'3 & 4's. 




Funeral Tliought 
Grafton 


147 

261 


S. M. Miyior. 
Aylesbury 


165 


181 
257 


Berraondsey 
Italian Hymn 


232 
233 


(Jaselton 


139 


IJartinonlli 


252 


Triumph 


182 


7'5 Si 6's. 
Amsterdam 




HaarlL-rn 


251 
137 

138 


LiUle i\Iar]boroagh 
St. Bride's 
Yarmouth 


166 

167 
167 




198 




I'lymplon 


mmmJ^ajof, 

Al=en* ' ' 


213 


St. Austin's 


lO's. 




St. Mary's 

Walsal 

Wenham 


134 

141 


L. M. 6 lines. Major. 


Aloester 


194 


Emsvvorth 


76 


Dresden 


62 


Balh Abbey 


201 


Savannah 


221 


261 


Eaton 


5B 


Kdy field 


216 












Windsor 
Woiksop 


133 

139 


Morning Hymn 
Zion 


27 

49 


Lincoln 
Naples 


199 
193 


10's& ll's, 
Hamiilou 


224 


S. M. Major. 
Ceveridi^e 
Uladenburg 
Caliiiar 








Norwich 


202 


Lyons 


228 


159 
163 

262 
157 
156 


L. M. 6 lines. Mil 
Leicester 
Milan 


vjr. 
82 
247 


Nuremburg 
I'iUon 

I'leyePs Hynm 
Quuicy 
Rotterdam 


198 
193 
190 
255 
204 


Montague 
St. Michael's 
Walworth 


226 
229 

225 


Clapton 
Uover 


L. P. M. Major 


ll's. 




Brooklyn 


"no 


Sabbalh 


188 


Hinton 


23 1 


Kastburn 
Fairfield 


157 

162 


Martin's Lane 
Ne\rcourt 


171 

173 


Turin 


192 


Portuguese Hymn 


228 


Frooine 


169 


St. Helen's 


172 


8'3 &7's,orU's, T'8&4. 


12's. 
Scotland 




Hudson 


169 






Calvary 


207 


570 








Invocaiion 


162 


, C. P. M. Maj(tr. 




Concord 


215 






Mount Ephraim 


155 


Aithlone 


176 


Greece 


211 


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174 


Helmsley 
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205 


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252 


llagture 


175 


202 


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