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HYMN CCXLVIII. P. M. [RICHARDS.]
Composed for the Fourth of July. HA
AIL! the first the greatest blessing,
God hath giv'n to man below ; Hail to Freedom, Independence, Boundless, boundless may they flow ! Favor'd people, blest Columbia, happy nation,
Freedom, Peace, be ev'r thine.
Own 'twas bis almighty hand,
[fart, Then a desart, waste and howling, then a de
Now th' asylum of the earth.
Nimrod hunter of the wood?
Universal nature's Lord.
Scorpions gave inflead of bread,
Praises, praises be to God.
Independent, Sovereign, Free,
6 Ev'ry naiion, all the kingdoms,
Bless! oh bless, Eternal fire !
HYMN CCXLIX. P. M. (BENTLEY's coll.]
Be praise amidst the heav'nly host,
[KEN.] · PRAISE God, from whom all blellingsflow,
Praise him all creatures here below Praise him above ye lieav'nly host, Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
HYMN CCLI. S. M. [EEDDOME.]
In will and essence One,
HYMN CCLII. L.M. (watts.]
And God the Spirit, Three in One., Be honour, praise, and glory givin,
By all on earth, and all in heav'n. HYMN CCLIII. C. m. [WATTS' PSAL. 117.]
Praise. 'O ALL ye nations, praise the Lord,
Each with a diff'rent tongue; In er'ry language learn his word,
And let his game be fung. 2 His mercy reigns thro' ev'ry land ; Proclaim his
abroad; Forever firm his truth fhall stand ; Praise
the faithful God.
Praise. 'G'VE glory to God, ye children of men,
And publish abroad, again and again, The Son's glorious merit,
the Father' free grace, The gifts of the spirit, to Adam's loft race. HYMN CCLV.
C. M. [Wesler's COLL.] Prayer, for faith unto the end. HAII
AIL, Alpha and Omega, hail !
Author of all our faith, The finisher of all our hopes, The truth, the life, the path.
2 Hail! First and Last, the morning far,
In whom we live and move ;
And purify our love.
From grace, to greater grace ;
Prayer and Praise.
In peace dismiss us hence ; Be thou, in ev'ry time of need,
Our refuge and defence,
And in our hearts record,
HYMN CCLVII. TH
HE God of Abram praise,
Who reigns enthron’d above:
And God of love!
By earth and hear'n confess’d,
For ever bless'd. 2 The God of Abram praise,
At whose supreme command,
At his right hand.
Its wisdom, fame, and power;
My shield and tower. 3 The goodly land I see,
With peace and plenty blest;
And endless rest.
And oil and wine abound;
With mercy crown'd.
Whose all-sufficient grace
In all his ways: