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By Autbority of the General Assembly of the

Cburcb of Scotland.

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T, NELSON AND SONS, PATERNOSTER ROW

EDINBURGH ; AND NEW YORK.

Mene y postes

COLLEGE UIBA

HARVARD

OCT 18 to
CAMERIDGE, MASS,

Warren A. Lecke,

Cambridge

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This collection embraces the hymns contained in the Scottish Hymnal sanctioned by the General Assembly of 1870, together with those in the Appendix approved by the General Assembly of 1884, incorporated for the sake of unity and completeness. In the numbering of the hymns, the smaller figures in parentheses show their numbers in the Hymnal of 1870, in the Appendix of 1884, and in the Children's Hymnal of 1874.

Permission has been obtained from authors or their representatives and publishers for use of the following hymns :

Mrs. ALEXANDER, 80, 384, 389, 394, 410, 425, 427.
Dean ALFORD, 150, 238, 276, 300.
Rev. S. BARING-GOULD, 142, 143, 361, 435.
Rev. R. H. BAYNES, 325.
Rev. H. BONAR, D.D., 22, 84, 197, 198, 222, 248, 320, 336, 438.
Canon BRIGHT, 351.
Messrs. BROWN AND Co., Salisbury, 19, 259.
Rev. E. CASWALL, 41, 98, 170, 194, 287, 310, 383.
Rev. J. ELLERTON, 42, 257, 282, 293, 329, 340, 342, 346, 363, 364, 417.
Messrs. GALL AND INGLIS, 377, 429.
Sir R. GRANT, 16, 166, 244.
Miss HAVERGAL, 87, 105, 177, 178, 334, 393.
Bishop WALSHAM How, 75, 121, 122, 125, 140, 262, 299, 304, 337, 367,

379, 392.
“Hymns Ancient and Modern,” Editors of, 39, 40, 43, 44, 45, 46, 57,

302, 303, 317, 327, 339.
Rev. JOHN KEBLE, 90, 279, 291, 298.
Messrs. LONGMANS AND Co., 209.
Rev. H. F. LYTE, 118, 128, 130, 134, 138, 185, 245.
Rev. NORMAN MACLEOD, D.D., 233.
Rev. J. R. MACDUFF, D.D., 83.
Rev. G. MATH ESON, D.D., 176.
Rev. J. M. NEALE, D.D., 77, 95, 163, 272, 273, 274, 275, 328.
Cardinal NEWMAN, 49, 171, 246.
Messrs. T. NELSON AND SONS, 52, 413, 432.
Messrs. OLIPHANT, ANDERSON, AND FERRIER, 359.
Rev. T. B. POLLOK, 106, 167, 333, 381.
Rev. S. J. STONE, 168, 330.
Rev. GODFREY THRING, 30, 66, 123, 225, 286.
Rev. L. TUTTIETT, 88, 368.
Miss WINKWORTH, 93, 141, 182, 216, 258, 313, 314.

In the selection of Tunes the Psalmody Committee had the valuable advice and assistance of Mr. A. L. Peace, Mus. D., Organist of Glasgow Cathedral, and Musical Editor of this work.

The Committee tender their grateful acknowledgments to the following composers and proprietors for their generous permission to use the copyright tunes named below :

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HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN, for · Coburg” and

“Gotha,” by His ROYAL HIGHNESS THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT, granted for

the former edition.
Rev. John Alison, D.D., for “Angelic Songs,” by the late Mr. Thomas Hewlett,

Mus. B.
Rev. HENRY ALLON, D.D., for “Newland ” and “Houghton,” hy H. J. Gauntlett,

Mus. D., the latter granted for the former edition.
Mr. J. S. ANDERSON, Mus. B., for his tune “Fingal.“
Miss A. A. AUSTEN, for her tune “S. Agnes,” granted for the former edition.
Mr. J. MONTGOMERIE BELL, W.S., for his tunes “Crucifixion,” “Grange,” “Ren-

frew," “Ruthwell,” “S. Baldred,” “S. Catharine,” “S. Giles," "S. Saviour." Mr. CYRIL BOWDLER, for his tune “Bowdler No. 178," printed by permission of

Colonel Bowdler Bell.
Rev. E. S. CARTER, for his tune “Day by Day.”
Messrs. CASSELL AND Co., Limited, for the melody of “All things bright,” by Sir

F. A. Gore Quseley, Bart., Mus. D.
Mr. GEORGE F. CHAMBERS, F.R.A.S., for “Thanksgiving,” by Mr. W. B. Gilbert,

Mus. B., in addition to “ Maidstone,” granted for the former edition ; both tunes

being from The Parish Tune Book (Warne and Co., London).
Dr. FRANK CHAMPNEYS, for his tune “ The Three Kings.”
Rev. R. R. CHOPE, for his tune “Herbert," and for “S. Aëlred,' “S. Anatolius,"

S. Bees,” “S. Godric,” “S. Oswald,” “S. Sylvester," by the late Rev.
J. B. Dykes, Mus. D.; all taken from The Congregational Hymn and Tune

Book,
Mr. GEORGE COOPER, for his tune “S. Sepulchre,” granted for the former edition.
Rev. Thomas DARLING, for “Lux Eoi,” by Sir Arthur Sullivan, from Hymns for

the Church of England with Proper Tunes.
Mr. EDWARD 0. Dykes, for “ Ferrier,” “Rock of Ages,” “S. Agnes, Durham,”

Sanctuary,” by the late Rev. J. B. Dykes, Mus. D., in addition to “Lux
Benigna," granted by Dr. Dykes for the former edition ; being five of twenty.

six tunes by that composer which appear in this work.
Sir GEORGE J. ELVEY, Mus. D., for his tunes “ Adoration” and “S. Crispin,” in

addition to “S. George's, Windsor” and “Elvey," granted for the former edition.
Major ALEXANDER Ewing, for “Ewing,” granted for the former edition.
Rev. O. M. FEILDEN, for “S. John Baptist.”
Rev. ALEXANDER GALLOWAY, B.D., for his adaptations, “Ave maris stella," and

“Margaretha.”
Messrs. GALL AND INGLis, for “O come let us sing,” by Rev. James Gall.
Sir John Goss, Mus. D., for “Bevan,” “Goss,” and “Waterstock," granted formerly.
Mr. G. H. GREGORY, Mus. B., for his tunes “Cui habet dabitur” and “Suavitas,"

written for the former edition.
Mr. WALTER HATELY, for his tune “S. Helen," written for the former edition.
Miss HAVERGAL, for “Eirene" and "Hermas,” by the late Miss Frances Ridley

Havergal ; and for “Patmos," by the late Rev. W. H. Haveryal, in addition to
" Evan,” granted for the former edition.

Mrs. HAYNE, for “ Buckland” and “S. Lawrence,” by the Rev. L. G. Hayne,

Mus. D., in addition to “S. Bernard” and “S. Cecilia,” granted for the former

edition. Rev. ANDREW HENDERSON, on behalf of the proprietors of The Presbyterian Hymnal,

for “Moredun," by Mr. Henry Smart. Miss LAURA J. HUTTON, for her tune “Warfare." Mr. Augustus G. JAMIESON, for his tunes “ Brierley " and “S. Sulpice," written

for the former edition. Mr. ALFRED King, Mus. D., for his tune “Eastnor,” granted for the former edition. Mr. JAMES LANGRAN, Mus. B., for his tunes “Deerhurst” and “S. Agnes." Mr. G. A. Löhr, for his tune “S. Frances,” granted for the former edition. Messrs. MACMILLAN AND Co., for “S. Bruno," by John Hullah, LL.D. Rev. T. R. MATTHEWS, B.A., for his tunes “Chenies,” “Ludborough,” “Margaret,”

and “Winthorpe,” from the North Coates Supplemental Tune Book. Rev. P. MAURICE, D.D., for “Springfield,” granted for the former edition. Dr. E. G. MONK, for his Chant in G, granted for the former edition. Dr. W. H. MONK, for his tune Wordsworth,” in addition to “Dismission,"

“Morning,” and “Penitence," written for, and “Easter Hymn, No. 2,"

granted for, the former edition. Mr. Edwin M. Moss, for “Giessen," from the London Tune Book. Messrs. T. NELSON AND Sons, for “Calwood," adapted by Mr. T. L. Hately, in

addition to “Makerstoun” and “Nenthorn," written for former editions. Messrs. JAMES NISBET AND Co., for “ Bethany,

," "Heathlands,

Lancashire," and “S. Leonard,” by Mr. Henry Smart ; for “Holyrood,” by Mr. James Watson ; and for “Regent Square," by Mr. Henry Smart, and “ Bentley," by Dr. Hullah,

granted for the former edition. Proprietors of Norwich Tune Book, for “Abraham,” granted for the former edition. Sir F. A. GORE OUSELEY, Bart., Mus. D., for his tunes “Gethsemane" and

"Eastham," and for other kin service. Sir HERBERT OAKELEY, LL.D., Mus. D., for his tunes “Abends” and “Edina.” Messrs. J. AND R. PARLANE, for “Atlantic," by Mr. James Merrylees. Mr. WILLIAM Pitts, for his tune Princethorpe." Rev. W. PULLING, on behalf of the proprietors of Hymns Ancient and Modern,

for “Eudoxia,” by Rev. S. Baring-Gould; “S. Beatrice,” by Dr. Bridge ; “Assisi” and “Sâles,” by Dr. Champneys; “Almsgiving,” “Commendatio," “Gerontius," Pax Dei,” “Requiescat,” “Stabat Mater," and "Veni cito," by Dr. Dykes ; “Cry of Faith,” by Dr. Gauntlett; “Chalvey,” by Dr. Hayne ; “Leicester," by Mr. William Hurst; “S. Columba,” by H. S. Irons; “ Aber," “Advent,” “Litany,” “S. Ethelwald,” and “Vigilate," by Dr. W. H. Monk; “S. Gabriel,” by Sir F. A. Gore Ouseley, Bart. ; Ad Inferos," by Dr. Sangster; “Credo,” “S. Francis Xavier,” “Sebaste,” and “The Blessed Home," by Dr. Stainer; "S. Margaret,” by Rev. William Stathain; “Paradise," "Smart," and “Vexillum,” by Mr. Henry Smart; “S. Andrew," by Mr. E. H. Thorne; “Lyte,” by Mr. John Wilkes; “Alstone,” by Mr. E. C. Willing; and “Victory," by Palestrina ; as also for the tunes granted for the former edition-namely, “Stephanos,” by Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart. ; “Dies Iræ,” “Hollingside," "Horbury," “Melita," “Nicæa," "S. Cross,” “S. Cuthbert,” and “Vox Dilecti,” by Dr. Dykes; “Diademata,” by Sir George Elvey; "Southwell,” by Mr. H. S. Irons; and “Eventide,” “Miserere,” “Nutfield,” “S. Bernard,"

“S. Matthias," and “S. Philip,” by Dr. W. H. Monk.
Mr. A. R. REINAGLE, for his tune "S. Peter,” granted for the former edition.
Rev. S. J. ROWTON, for his tune “Epsom College.”
Miss M. A. SIDEBOTH ABI, for the harmony of “All things bright,” by Sir F. A. Gore

Ouseley, Bart., Mus. D.
Rev, C. C. SCHOLEFIELD, for his tunes “Fides" and “Litany, No. 2."

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