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THE

INVALID'S HYMN-BOOK.

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NOTICE The Original Hymns by the present Editor are marked throughout the work by an asterisk; and being copyright, it is requested, that they may not be reprinted without permission of the Publisher.

THE

INVALID'S HYMN BOOK.

WITH AN

Introductory Prefare

BY

THE REV. HUGH WHITE, A.M.

Twelfth Thousand.

REVISED, CORRECTED, AND ENLARGED.

"My lips shall greatly rejoice when I sing unto thee; and my soul

which thou hast redeemed."- PSALM lxxi. 23.

DUBLIN:

JOHN ROBERTSON, 3 GRAFTON-STREET.

SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO. LONDON.

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CONTENTS.

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PAGE.

Advertisement to Second and Third Edition,

vii

Advertisement to Sixth Edition,

viii

Introductory Preface,

ix

Address to the Invalid,

XXV

Introductory Lines,

XXXV

PART I.—Hymns suited to the awakened Inquirer, 37-82

PART II.—Hymns suited to the humble penitent,
and rejoicing believer,

83_148
PART III.-Hymns suited to seasons of severe suf-
fering, mental or bodily,

149_206
PART IV.-Hymns suited to the dying Christian, 207–256

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HYMNS FOR PARTICULAR OCCASIONS.

Prayer for faith,

For one who has lived in scepticism,

On the cessation of violent pain,

An act of faith in sickness,

On New Year's Day,

Hymn for the weary,

Under depression of spirits,

Under severe pain,

A look upwards in depression of mind,

Self-examination under fear of self-deception,

Meditation on the night preceding Good Friday,

Morning Hymn,

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