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FIRST LINE.

No. of Hymn.

TUNE.
Fight the good fight

194

PENTECOST.
For all the saints, who from their labors rest. 275

SARUM.
Forever with the Lord.

271

SCHUMANN.
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go

167

MAINZER.
From all that dwell below the skies

288

OLD HUNDREDTH.
Give ear, ye children, to my law

282

ST. MARTIN'S.
Give forth thine earnest cry

196

DAY OF PRAISE.
Give to the winds thy fears

211

GARRETT.
Glorious things of thee are spoken .

125

AUSTRIA.
Go forth to life, ( child of earth

210

ERFURT.
Go, labor on, spend and be spent

216

HESPERUS.
Go not, my soul, in search of him

66

FARRANT.
God is love ; his mercy brightens

24

LOVE DIVINE.
God is my strong salvation

214

WEBB.
God of my life, whose gracious power

71

GRACE CHURCH.
God of the earnest heart. .

17

FRANCONIA.
God of the earth, the sky, the sea

53

Duke STREET.
God of the living, in whose eyes

281

MELITA.
God of the morning, at whose voice

238

PENTECOST.
God moves in a mysterious way. .

47

LONDON NEW,
God, my King, thy might confessing

10

PASTOR BONUS.
God that madest earth and heaven.

258

TEMPLE.
. God's glory is a wondrous thing.

217

DEDHAM.
Gracious Spirit, dwell with me

44

RATISBON.
Great God, the followers of thy Son

42

WAREHAM.
Great God, this sacred day of thine

39

ST. CHRYSOSTOM.
Great God, we sing that mighty hand

265

DUKE STREET.
Guide me, O thou great Jehovah

203

GILBERTS.
s

(ist Tune) PILGRIMS.
Hark, hark, my soul ! angelic songs are swelling 274

(2d Tune) CARMEN COELI.
Hark the glad sound, the Saviour comes

90

HERMANN.
Hast thou, 'midst life's empty noises

159

ST. CLARE.
Hath not thy heart within thee burned

69

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FIRST LINE.

No. of Hymn.

TUNE.
Hear what God, the Lord, hath spoken

120

STUTTGART.
Help us, O Lord ! behold, we enter

266

NEUMARK.
How gentle God's commands

23

ST. ANDREW.
How happy is he born and taught

220

WAREHAM.
How lovely are thy dwellings fair

34

· SPOHR.
How sweetly flowed the gospel's sound

98

INTERCESSION.
I cannot find thee. Still on restless pinion 149

MARLBOROUGH.
I look to thee in

every
need .

150

W'ESSEX.
I love, I love thee, Lord most high

82

LUDBOROUGH.
I want a principle within

198

St. TIMOTHY.
I worship thee, sweet will of God

75

ST. STEPHEN.
Immortal by their deed and word

I21

LONDON NEW.
Immortal Love, forever full

Faith.
In heavenly love abiding.

143

LANCASHIRE.
In the cross of Christ I glory

119

ST. OSWALD.
In thee my powers, my treasures, live .

163

BEDFORD.
In the morning I will raise

237
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

SEARS.
It came upon the midnight clear

94

(2d Tune) ANGELS' SONG.
Jerusalem the golden.

272

. EWING.
Jesus Christ, my sure defence

117 JESUS, MEINE ZUVERSICHT.
213)
Jesus, lover of my soul .

103

HOLLINGSIDE.
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun

128

DUKE STREET.
Joy to the world! the Lord is come

91

NATIVITY.
Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom 263

LUX BENIGNA.
Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace . 152

VERITAS.
Let me no more my comfort draw .

58

Tallis's ORDINAL.
Let us, with a gladsome mind

16 Ever FAITHFUL, EVER SURE.
Life of ages, richly poured

73

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.
Like shadows gliding o'er the plain

276

ANGELUS.
Lo, God is here ! Let us adore .

3

SAINTS OF GOD.
Lord God, by whom all change is wrought 227

INNSBRUCK.
Lord God of morning and of night.

43

ST. SEPULCHRE.
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FIRST LINE.

No. or Hymn.
Lord of all being, throned afar ..

242
Lord of our life, and God of our salvation

31
Lord, thou hast searched and seen me through 76
Love divine, all loves excelling

107
Maker of the human heart

64
Master! it is good to be

97
May I resolve with all

my
heart.

200
Mighty God, the first, the last

173
My country, 't is of thee

287
My dear Redeemer and my Lord

109
My faith looks up to thee .

100
My God and Father, while I stray

182
My God, I feel thy wondrous might

84
My God, I love thee : not because .

164
My God, I thank thee! may no thought

181
My God, permit me not to be

70
My heart is resting, O my God

169
Mysterious Presence, source of all

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TUNE.
• KEBLE.
CLOISTERS.

KEBLE.
LOVE DIVINE.

BACH.
STANLEY.
INTERCESSION.

SEBASTIAN.

AMERICA.
ROCKINGHAM.
ST. AMBROSE.

HANFORD.

ST. BERNARD.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER.
FEDERAL STREET.
ROCKINGHAM.

BRISTOL.

HUMILITY.
s
(ist Tune) Sr. EDMUND.
(2d Tune) BETHANY.

ANGELUS.

NASSAU.
Twilight.
PRAETORIUS.
Nun DANKET.
DALEHURST.

MERRIAL.

ST. BEES.
WINCHESTER NEW.
ANGELS' HYMN.

SWABIA.

BEATITUDO.
MOUNT CALVARY.

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Nearer, my God, to thee .
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Not always on the mount may we

Not in anger, mighty God
Now God be with us, for the night is closing
Now it belongs not to my care
Now thank we all our God
Now that the day-star glimmers bright
Now the day is over
Now the wings of day are furled

Now with the rising golden dawn
9220 blessed life ! the heart at rest

O everlasting Light . .
O for a closer walk with God
O for a faith that will not shrink

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187
246
155
269
228
260
259
234
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NO. OF HYMN.
O for that fame of living fire

225
O God! beneath thy guiding hand

284
O God, I thank thee for each sight

239
O God of truth, whose living word .

202
O God, the Rock of Ages

29
O God, whose daylight leadeth down

245
O God, whose dread and dazzling brow

166
O God, whose presence glows in all

15
O help us, Lord ! each hour of need
O Jesus, I have promised . .
O Life that maketh all things new

5
O little town of Bethlehem

93
O Lord and Master of us all .

108
O Lord, in me there lieth naught

60
O Lord of hosts, almighty King

285
() Lord of life and death, we come.

286
O Lord of life and truth and grace .

126
O Lord of life, thy quickening voice

233
O Lord, thy heavenly grace impart.

157
O Lord, who by thy presence hast made light 255
O Love divine, of all that is .

257
O Love divine, that stooped to share

183
1-,?LO Love ! O Life! our faith and sight

114
O Master, let me walk with thee
O Master of my soul

205
O not alone in saddest plight

145
O sacred head, now wounded

115
O Shadow in a sultry land

250
O Source divine, and Life of all .

28
O Spirit of the living God
O thou great Friend to all the sons of men

II2
O thou, in all thy might so far

158
O thou not made with hands

132

TUNE
ST. ALBAN.

ERFURT.
HESPERUS.

VULPIUS.
AURELIA.

ST. PETER.
Tallis's ORDINAL.

WAREHAM.
MOUNT CALVARY.

DAY OF REST.
WINCHESTER NEW.
BETHLEHEM.

FAITH.
NEUMARK.
EISENACH.

FARRANT.
SOUTHWELL.

MEAR.
OBERLIN.
PENITENTIA.
ASPIRATION.
CANONBURY.

FAITH.

FESTUS.
DONCASTER.

ST. FULBERT.
PASSION CHORAL.
ALL HALLOWS.

ABENDS.
MELCOMBE.

LANGRAN.
FERNSHAW.
WALTHAM.

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No. of Hymn.
O thou to whose all searching sight

156
O thou true life of all that live

261
O thou who hast at thy command .

161
O thou whose perfect goodness crowns
O thou whose power o'er moving worlds presides 21
O timely happy, timely wise

243
O wherefore hath my spirit leave

172
O worship the King all glorious above.

7
Oft as we run the weary way.

153
Once more the daylight shines abroad

241
One holy Church of God appears

124
One Lord there is, all lords above.

83
One prayer I have all prayers in one

186
One thing I of the Lord desire

175
Onward, Christian soldiers

209
Open, Lord, my inward ear

Igo
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed

122
Our Father! while our hearts unlearn.

IIO
Our God, our God, thou shinest here
Our God, our help in ages past.

32
Pleasant are thy courts above

41
Pour forth the oil, pour boldly forth

224
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven

14
Praise to God, immortal praise

268
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire

184
Press on ! press on ! ye sons of light

206
Rise, God ! judge thou the earth in might 130
Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings

207
Round the Lord in glory seated . .

4
Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise . 256
Send down thy truth, O God.

65
Silent, like men in solemn haste

270
Slowly, by thy hand unfurled .

253

TUNE
GRACE CHURCH.

EISENACH.

MELCOMBE.
ANGELS' HYMN.

PARKER.
MELCOMBE.
MARTYRDOM.

HANOVER.
INNSBRUCK.

NAYLOR.
ST. STEPHEN.
PENTECOST.
St. Hugh.

REST.
ST. GERTRUDE.

· Joy.
ST. CUTHBERT.

HORSLEY.
WINCHESTER OLD.

St. Anne.
MAIDSTONE.

ST. MAGNUS.
PRAISE, MY SOUL.

NUREMBERG.
ST. AGNES.

CAMDEN.
DUNFERMLINE.

AMSTERDAM.
ST. OSWALD,
BENEDICTION.

NEWLAND.

CAMDEN.
FORGIVENESS.

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