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Intered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864, by
TICKNOR AND FIELDS,
ha the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts,
collection of Hymns for Public
Worship is made upon the basis of the “Book of Hymns” by the same compilers, with considerable omissions and additions, and a new arrangement.
Gathered around the central idea of God as the Present Spirit and the Indwelling Life of all, these Hymns will be found to present Nature as His outward manifestation; the human Spirit as His more intimate revealer, and its experiences as the steps of its growth in union with Him; human Life as the doing and bearing His will; and Human history as the process of His education of the race.
It is believed that this Book of Hymns will be found to embody the most earnest religious faith, united with the largest hope and the most advanced thought of the time.
Boston, January, 1864.
87. For God's Presence, 88, 89. For Wisdom, 90. For Man-
214 - 220
CHURCH AND MINISTRY
221 - 236
Dedication, 221 - 223. Anniversary, 224, 225. Fellowship, 226 -
229. Ordination, 230, 231. Ministers, 232, 233. Sunday School,
237 - 240
241 - 250
251 - 263
264 - 272
287 - 270. Traveller's Hymn, 271. Universal Prayer, 272.