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Ilear me, O God, por bide thy face 171 Lord, 'tis a pleasant tlring, &c.
In anger, Lord, rebuke me not 19 Lord, in those dark and, &c, 236
In Judah, God of old was known 130 My God, the tempter would, &c. 16
Lord, what was nian, when, &c. 21 My righteous Judge, &c.
Let Sion in her King rejoice 85 Now plead my cause, &c.
Salvation is forever nigh 143 Upward I lift my eyes
Stretch'd on the bed of grief 17 Up from my youth may Israel say 225
Shall man, O God of light, &c.
Sweet is the work, my God, &c. 158 Vast are thy works, &c.
201 When the Great Judge, &c. 23
Searcher and Saviour of my soul 215 Why doth the Lord stand off, &c. 24
Sweet is the mem'ry of thy grace 248 Why do the men of malice rage ibid
Who shall ascend thy, &c.
The man is ever blest
13 When God is nigh, my faith, &c. 31
Th' eternal Son with power, &c 14 We love thee, Lord, and we adore 36
'Thee will I love, O Lord, &c. 31 Writhiog in pain, our Saviour, &c. 47
To thine Almighty arm we owe
37 Where shall the man be found 51
To bless the Lord our God, &c. 38 While I keep silence and conceal 61
The heav'ns declare thy glory, &c. 41 Whev man grows bold in sin 67
This spacious earth is all the, &c. 49 Wny should I vex my soul, &c. 69
The Lord of glory is my light 53 Why do the wealthy, &c.
Thro' all the changing scenes, &c. 63 Why doth the man of riches grow 88
The Lord forever guards the just 65 Why should the haughty, &c. 96
Thus I resolv'd before the Lord 73 Wher overwhelm'd with grief 106
Teach me the measure of my days 74/ We bless the Lord, the just, &c. 116
And must this body die
309 Come, ye that love the, &c. 300
Amazing grace ! how sweet, &c. 326 Come, Holy Spirit, heav'nly, &c. 320
Attend, ye children of your God 334 Can creatures, to perfection, find 354
A good high-priest is come 341 Come, dearest Lord, and feed, &c. 359
Am I a soldier of the cross 367 Clamour and wrath, and war, &c. 362
Among the princes, earthly gods 374 Come shout aloud the, &c. 373
Ascend thy throne, almighty King 375 Come in, ye blessed of the Lord 390
As when the weary trav’ller gains 385 Christ, the Lord, is ris'n to-day 412
Amen! my Father hears, &c. ibid
At thy command, our, &c. 397 Dear Saviour, we are thine 268
Awake, awake the sacred song 342 Destruction's dang'rous road 277
Alas! how chang'd that, &c. 440 Dearest of all the names above 304
Awake, and sing the song 454 Day of judgment, day of wonders 316
Dear Lord, and shall thy, &c. 319
Behold the woman's promis'd seed 275 Dare we indulge our wrath, &c. 362
279 Descend from heav'n, &c.
Beneath a num'rous train of ills 285 Death, with his dread, &c. 427
Bright king of glory dreadful God 298 Death! 'tis a melancholy day 437
Behold what wondrous grace 300 Death cannot make our souls, &c. 438
Behold the sin-atoning Lamb 307 Death may dissolve my body now 442
Behold! the potter moulds, &c. 321
Blest be the tie that binde 322 Eternal King! the greatest, best 270
God, in the gospel of his Son 276 Let thoughtless thousands, &c. 262
Hear what the voice from, &c. 444 No strength of nature can suffice 262
Now back with humble, &c. 266
Jesus, my love, my chief delight 293 Our Lord is risen from the dead 312
Saviour divine, we know thy, &c. 329 The moment a sinner believes 444
351 Wait, O my soul, thyMaker's, &c. 286
What various hindrances we meet 371
264 Welcome, sweet day of rest 413
'Twixt Jesus and the chosen race 329 Ye saints, proclaim abroad 302