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TABLE

OF THE

FIRST LINE OF EACH HYMN.

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A charge to keep I have
A dawn of hope my soul revives
Ah! Lord, how faithless is

my

heart
Ah! what can I do, or how be secure
Alas! and did my Saviour bleed, .
All glory and praise
All hail, incarnate God .
All hail the power of Jesus' name
All praise to the Lord, all praise is his due.
Almighty God of truth and love..
And is it yet, dear Lord, a doubt
And let this feeble body fail..
And now, my soul, another year
And will the Lord thus condescend
Approach, my soul, the inercy-seat
Arise, my soul, my joyful powers
Arise, my tenderest thoughts, arise
Array'd in inortal flesh..
A thousand foes prepare to war
Awake and sing the song
Awake, my soul, and with the sun
Awake, ye saints, and lift your eyes

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TAE following Collection of PSALMS AND HYMNS wasfirst introduced to the Congregation at St. Peter's Church, Col. chester, by their late revered Pastor, the Rev. ROBERT STORRY; whose labours for their spiritual benefit during the space of thirty years, will, be remembered among them with affectionate regard for years to come. It has long been in constant use in the public coorship of the Sanctuary, in the social circle of Christian Friends, and in the more retired devotions of the Family and the Closet.

The distance from the place where it was originally printed frequently rendered it difficult to obtain a supply for the demand, and the last edition being out of print, it became desirable to secure a sufficient supply on the spot where it was immediately wanted. The present edition has therefore been re-printed from the original one,

and contains several Hymns which have been omitted in the later copies, as well as a fow additional ones. If, by the Divine blessing, it shall be the means of increasing in the Christian the true spirit of devotion, and of leading him to offer to the Father, through the Son, by the Holy Spirit, acceptable PRAISE, the end of its publication will be fully answered.

Colchester,

Auglish 1816.)

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