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respects he has had the advantage of his Colleague's judgment; and, throughout, he, and also the Congregation generally, have been indebted to his other Co-adjutor, for valuable aid and suggestions, during a careful review of the Collection in different stages of it. - Thus closing his long-continued and interesting engagement, he commends the Hymn Book to the Divine blessing.

BRISTOL,
Aug. 2. 1831.

ARRANGEMENT OF THE HYMNS.

The following general Classification will aid in the selection of subjects. The same hymn, however, is sometimes capable of arrangement under different heads; and in such cases, a reference to the Alphabetical Index of Subjects, at the end of the volume, may be found expedient.

BOOK I.

Hymns

HYMNS OF GENERAL HOMAGE, AND

PUBLIC WORSHIP

ON

1-38

BOOK II.
ResPECTING THE WORKS, THE ATTRIBUTES,

AND THE GOVERNMENT OP GOD.
Sect. 1. The Works and Natural Providence

of God
2. The Attributes of God
3. God's Universal Government and

Relation to the Righteous

See also Book IV. Sect. 7.

39—62 63-96

97-122

BOOK III.

RESPECTING THE BLESSINGS OF THE

GOSPEL.
Sect. 1. Excellency of Revelation in general,

and of the Gospel in particular. 123–138
2. Character, Work, and Death of
Christ.

139-166 3, The Resurrection, Exaltation, and Reign of Christ

167-179

Hymns Sect. 4. Promises of Divine Mercy by Christ Jesus

180-194
See also Nos. 90–95.
5. Human Mortality, and the Gospel

Prospect of 'a Future Life.. 195-226
See also Book IV. Sect. 8.

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BOOK IV.
RESPECTING THE DUTIES AND THE TRIALS

OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE.
Sect. 1. General Views of the Religious Cha-

racter and its Blessedness 227-256 2. Social Duties ...

257-275 3. Personal Duties .....

276-305 4. Penitential Sorrow and Reflection. 306—320

See also Book III. Sect. 4.
5. Supplication for Divine Aid in the

Duties and Dangers of the Spi-
ritual Life..

....... 327-348 6. Devotion in General

... 349—372
See also Book I. and Book II.
7. Gratitude and Confiding Hope..... 373—412

See also Book II. Sect. 2 and 3.
R. Affliction, Old Age, and Death .... 413-461
See also No. 77–79, and Book III. Sect. 5.

BOOK V. OCCASIONAL AND MISCELLANEOUS HYMNS 462—482

DOXOLOGIES AND CONCLUDING HYMNS..

I-XII.

Hymns exclusively adapted to the LORD'S
SUPPER ..

163-106 Hymns for the New Year. .. 325—326, 462—464 Hymns for MORNING and EVENING... 347-355

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LIST OF AUTHORS, COLLECTIONS,

&c.

EMPLOYED IN THIS VOLUME.

Addison

Dr. Drennan Rev. R. Aspland's Collection Dryden

Mr. George Dyer

Mrs. Sarah Bache

Rey. Dr. Enfield Mrs. Barbanld

Rev. Dr. Estlin Mr. Bernard Barton

Exeter Collection, of 1812 Rev. B. Beddome

Old Exeter Collection
Birmingham Col. of 1790
Dr. Blacklock
Dr. John Bowring

Fawcett
Rev. Simon Browne

Mrs. Fisher Rev. Edmund Butcher

Gentleman's Magazine

Gibbons
Cambridge (U. S.) Collection

Green
Rev. Newcome Cappe's Sel.
Mrs. Carter

Dr. Hawkesworth
Chatterton

Bishop Heber The Christian Reformer

Rev. Ottiwell Heginbothom Dr. Nathanael Cotton

Rev. Hugh Hatton
Mr. Cotterill's Selection, dedi.
cated to the Archb, of York

Rev. Thomas Jervis
Cowper
Mr. James Cox, (Exeter Col.) | Dr. Samuel Johnson
Mr. John Cross, (Exeter Col.)
Dr. Darwin

Bishop Kenn
Doddridge

Rev. Dr. Kippis

Rev. J. Logan
Lewin's Mead Col. 1806
Old Liverpool Collection
Martin Luther

Miss Roscoe
Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe
Rev. John Rowe

Sabbath Recreations Rev. Dr. Maltby's Collection

Salisbury Collection Merrick

Scotch Paraphrases Mr. James Montgomery

Dr. Thomas Scott Mrs. Hannah More

Select Collection, of 1756 Monthly Repository

Mr. John Smart
Rev. Henry Moore, Liskeard

Sir James Edward Smith
Moravian (from Montgomery) Mrs. Steele
Moseley Street Collection

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Besides the foregoing, many other Authors and Collections

have been examined.

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