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Great pains have been taken to give each hymn in its original reading; so that the University may have no part in perpetuating the garbled forms which occur in many collections. In some instances stanzas have been omitted from necessity, and in others stanzas have been transposed for convenience; but in all instances the author's language has been scrupulously sought for and retained. A few hymns, which seem to be historically and inevitably composite, are so noted, and their sources are explained in the index of authors. In the musical settings similar pains have been taken to secure accurate and authorized readings, as appears in the index of composers.

The verification of authorities has been made by Rev. Charles F. Russell, with assistance at the British Museum and elsewhere in England. Mr. Russell has also prepared the biographical indexes.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY,

September, 1895.

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HYMNS

HYMNS OF THE RELIGIOUS LIFE (continuell):

PEACE

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FIRST LINE.
A charge to keep I have
A mighty fortress is our God .
A voice by Jordan's shore
Abide with me ! fast falls the eventide
Again, as evening's shadow falls
All as God wills, who wisely heeds
All hail the power of Jesus' name
All people that on earth do dwell
All praise to thee, my God, this night
Almighty God, in humble prayer
Am I a soldier of the cross
Amidst a world of hopes and fears.
Around my path life's mysteries .
Assist me, Lord, to act, to be
As the hart, with eager looks .
At even, ere the sun was set
Author of good, to thee I turn
Awake, my soul, and with the sun
Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve
Awake, our souls ! away, our fears
Be not dismayed, thou little flock
Before Jehovah's awful throne
Behold us, Lord, space
Beneath the shadow of the cross

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TUNE.

OLMÜTZ. EIN' FESTE BURG,

LABAN, EVENTIDE. GERMANY. WILTSHIRE.

CORONATION.
OLD HUNDREDTH.
Tallis's CANON.
Sr. FULBERT.

NATIVITY.
ANGELUS.

Sr. GILES.
ROCKINGHAM.

Dix. ANGELUS.

DUNDEE. MORNING HYux.

CHRISTMAS.

TRURO.

ADOLPHƯS. OLD HUNDREDTH.

SOUTHWELL.

HORSLEY.

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TUNE.
ST. BERNARD.
ALL HALLOWS.
ST. ALPHEGE.

TRUST.
ST. AGNES.

WORGAN.
LUX PRIMA.

HUMMEL.

ST. PHILIP.
ST. CLEMENT DANES.
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(ist Tune) MATINS.
(2d Tune) Canitz.

St. Bees.
BEN RHYDDING.

MELITA.

PLEYEL.
HARVARD HYMN.
VENI EMMANUEL.

ELVET.

ELVET.
ST. SEPULCHRE.

CARMEL.

ELY.
SWEDEN.

Sr. BEDE.
STRENGTH AND STAY.

LÜBECK.
SALZBURG.
CONFIDENCE.

BETHSAIDA.
STRENGTH AND STAY.
INTERCESSION.

WEBER.

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Come, my soul, thou must be waking.
Come, said Jesus' sacred voice
Come, sound his praise abroad
Creator Spirit, by whose aid
Day by day the manna fell
Deus omnium creator
Draw nigh, draw nigh, Emmanuel
Early, my God, without delay
Earth, with its dark and dreadful ills
Eternal and immortal King
Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round
Expectant of my Lord's command
Father and Friend, thy light, thy love
Father, I know that all my life .
Father, in thy mysterious presence kneeling
Father, let thy kingdom come
Father of our feeble race
Father, there is no change to live with thee
Father, thy wonders do not singly stand .
Father, to us thy children, humbly kneeling
Father, we humbly would repose
Feeble, helpless, how shall I . .

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