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FIRST LINE OF HYMN.

AUTHOR OR SOURCE OF HYMN. NAME OF TUNE. NO Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me.. M. L. Duncan..

Borlan.....

53 Jesus, the very thought of Thee.....

Bernard of Clairvaux, tr. by

Palestrina.
Edward Caswall..

54 Jesus, where'er Thy people meet William Cowper

Stirling..

Warrington.. Just as I am, without one plea.

Charlotte Elliott..

Elliott.

56 Lamb of God, I look to Thee.. Charles Wesley

German Hymn.... 57 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us.. James Edmeston

Corinth

58 Let us sing with one accord..

Innocents.

59 Let us, with a gladsome inind.. John Milton.

Holstein...

60 Little drops of water.....

E. C. Brewer...

Zurich

61 Little travellers Zionward..

James Edmeston....

Innocents

62 Lo, at noon 'tis sudden night.

Taylor.

Immortality. 63 M. Madan; Charles Wesley;

Holywood... 64 Lord, a little band and lowly.

Mrs. Shelley.

Rousseau

65 Lord, look upon a little child.

Anonymous.

Evening Hymn. 66 Lord of mercy and of might.

Reginald Heber.

Waldheim.

67 Mighty God, while angels bless Thee... Robert Robinson

Vesper Hymn. 68 My faith looks up to Thee.

Ray Palmer..

Olivet.

69 My God and Father, while I stray.

Charlotte Elliott..

Submission

70 Nearer, my God, to Thee..

Sarah F. Adams

Nenthorn..

71 O paradise ! O paradise !..

F. W. Faber ..

Paradise..

72 O Saviour, bless us ere we go

F. W. Faber.

Matthias.

73 O Thou, whom neither time nor space ..

Melcombe.

74 Onward, Christian soldiers..... S. Baring Gould..

St. Alban..

75

Penitence Return, O wanderer, to thy home Thomas Hastings.

Invitation..

- 76 Rock of Ages, cleft for me.

A. M. Toplady...

Redhead, No. 76..
Pascal.

77 Sadly bend the flowers.. Frances R. Havergal..

78 Saviour, breathe an evening blessing James Edmeston.

Italian Chorale. 79 Saviour, sprinkle many nations... Bishop Coxe..

Italian Chorale..... 80 See, in yonder manger low. Edward Caswall..

81 Shall we gather at the river Robert Lowry

82

Walton.. Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear. John Keble

Pascal. Sweet hour of prayer

Fanny Crosby. Tell me the old, old story

Miss Hankey.

National Anthem.. The God of harvest praise.

James Montgomery.

Braun

86 The great God of heaven H. R. Bramley

87 There is a happy land...

Andrew Young.

Happy Land. 88 There is a better world, they say. 7. Lyth

The Better World .. 89 There's a Friend for little children.. Albert Midlane.

Morning Light..... 90 These are the crowns that we shall wear. Horatius Bonar

Suavitas This is not my place of resting ... Horatius Bonar.

92 We saw Thee not when Thou didst tread 7. H. Gurney; 7. Moultrie... Matthias.

93 We sing the praise of Him who died Thomas Kelly

St. Agnes..

94 When His salvation bringing.

Foshua King

Hosanna.

95 Whither are you going. .... Fanny Crosby.

96 Who is this, so weak and helpless.. W. W. How..

Nassau..

97 Who is this that comes from Edom.. Thomas Kelly

Freyberg

98 Within the churchyard, side by side C. F. Alexander

Moravia.

99 Words are things of little cost..

7. G. Fleet..

Meinau

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COMPOSER OF TUNE.

NO.

{Veni Creator, L. M.... {Ancient

NAME OF TUNE AND
FIRST LINE OF HYMN.

MEASURE.
A little Child the Saviour came..

Chantry, L.M.

Dr. G. C. Rowden,
Abide with me! fast falis the eventide... Eventide, 10 10. 10 10. ... W. H. Monk...
All glory, praise, and honour... 76.76, D., with refrain..
All praise to Thee, my God, this night.. Evening Hymn, L.M... Thomas Tallis.
Around the throne of God a band.... Carey, L.M.

Henry Carey.
Around the throne of God in heaven.... Barrow, C.M.

American. Art thou weary, art thou languid Stephanos, 85.83.. B.; harmony by W. H.Monk As Jacob with travel was weary one day Luz, 1111. 1111, with ref. G. H. Gregory, Mus. Bac.. As with gladness men of old..

Dix, 77-77,77..

Conrad Kocher. Awake, my soul, and with the sun..... Morning Hymn, L.M... F. H. Barthelemon.. 10 Brief life is here our portion..

St. Alphege, 76.76...... Dr. H. 7. Gauntlett. 11 Brightly gleams our banner.

| St. Alban, 65.65, D.,!
7 with refrain
From Haydn...

12 By cool Siloam's shady rill.

Denfield, C.M.
C. G. Gläser

13 Childhood's years are passing o'er us.... St. Helen, 87.87.

14 Loud Hosannah, 77.77, Children of Jerusalem...

15 with refrain Christ the Lord is risen to-day.

Harts, 77.77.

Benjamin Milgrove.. 16 Christian, seek not yet repose..

Waldheim, 77:73..

Schicht's Choralbuch. 17 Come, children, hail the Prince of Peace Grimma, C.M. Michael Haydn.

18

harmony by Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove....

W. H. Monk.

-19 Melcombe, L.M. Samuel Webbe. Coine, Thou Holy Paraclete...

Halle, 77.7

Freylinghausen's Gesang - 20

? buch. Day by day the little daisy....

Batty, 87.87...

Freylinghausen's Gesang- 21

buch. Days and moments quickly flying. Latrobe, 87.87

C. 7. Latrobe.

22 Eternal Father, strong to save.. Melita, 88,88.88 Dr. 7. B. Dykes.

23 För ever with the Lord...

Franconia, S.M.
German Melody

24 For the beauty of the earth

Choral Book of the United Cassell, 77:77, with ref. {

- 25

Brethren, 1784.
From Greenland's icy mountains
Bremen, 76.76.. Melchior Vulpius..

26 Missionary, 76.76, D. Dr. Lowell Mason Gentle Jesus, meek and mild..

Innocents, 77.77..

Arranged by W. H. Monk. 27

Wm. B. Bradbury ; arGlory to God in the highest.. 87.88.88...

- 28

ranged by W. H. Monk. Go, sound the trump on India's shore ... 88.88, with refrain

James Gall; arranged by } 29

W. H. Monk...

Cui God entrusts to all......

habet dabitur, } G. H. Gregory, Mus. Bac... 30

56.56, D... God of heaven, hear our singing. 87.87.:

Alberto Randegger .. 31

(National God save our gracious Queen..

Anthem, 7 664.6664

Arranged by W. H. Monk. 32 Great Shepherd of the sheep.

666.666..

(R. B. Lockwood, arranged}33

by Had I the wings of a dove.

108. 10 8. 10 10 10 8. Arranged by W. H. Monk. 34 Hark, hark, my soul! angelic songs 11 10. 11 10, with refrain. Thomas Hewlett, Mus. Bac. 35 Hark, the herald-angels sing ....

with refrain ... He leadeth me, O blessed thought. L.M., with refrain. 7. S. Geikie.

37 High and holy-meek and lowly: 87.87, D...

7. A. Naumann

38 Holy, holy, holy Lord God Almighty !.. Nicæa, 1111. 11 11...... Dr. 7. B. Dykes...

39 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds.... St. Peter, C.M. A. R. Reinagle....

40 I am waiting by the river ... Waiting by the River, Dr. Thomas Hastings; ar

}41 87.87, D..

ranged by W. H. Monk.

of I have entered the valley of blessing...

Valley Blessing, Wm.; Fischerojarranged} 42

128. 128, with refrain. I heard the voice of Jesus say... Old 137th, C.M., D..... Genevan Eng. Psalter, 1556. 43 I lay my sins on Jesus .. Aurelia, 76.76, D. .. .. .. Dr. S. S. Wesley.. 44

* Bethlehem, :77:27, D.; } Mendelssohn's Festgesang... 36

NAME OF TUNE AND
FIRST LINE OF HYMN.

COMPOSER OF TUNE. NO.

MEASURE.
I love to think of the heavenly land.... ( Heavenly Land, 96.96, Wm. B. Bradbury; ar-

2 with refrain.
ranged by W. H. Monk.

45 I'm a little pilgrim...

Pilgrim, 65.65 {
ranged by W. H. Monk.)

46 I thank the goodness and the grace..... Denfield, C.M.

C. G. Gläser

47

Greek Air; arranged by 48 I think, when I read that sweet story ... 118. 118, D.

W. H. Monk.. I want to be like Jesus.

St. Alphege, 76.86.. Dr. H. 7. Gauntlett 49 I would be like an angel. Aurelia, 76.76, D... Dr. S. S. Wesley...

50 Jerusalem, my happy home.. Southwell, C. M. Herbert S. Irons

51 Jeri:salem the golden... Ewing, 76.76, D. Alexander Ewing.

52 Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me.. Borlan, 87.87

Anonymous.

53 Jesus, the very thought of Thee Palestrina, Ć.M. Palestrina

54 | Stirling, L.M.

American.
Jesus, where'er Thy people meet.. Warrington, L.M.. Ralph Harrison..

55 Just as I am, without one plea.. Elliott, 888.6..

Dr. Lowell Mason

56 Lamb of God, I look to Thee German Hymn, 77.77... Ignatius Pleyell..

57 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us. Corinth, 87.87.87...

Old Church Melody. 58 Let us sing with one accord..

Innocents, 77.77...

Arranged by W. H. Monk. 59 Let us, with a gladsome mind.

Holstein, 77.77 ...
7. C. Bach..

60 Little drops of water.....

Zurich, 65.65..

H, G. Nägeli; arranged 61

1 by W. H. Monk.. Little travellers Zionward..

Innocents, 77.77...

Arranged by W. H. Monk. 62 Lo, at noon 'tis sudden night. Immortality, 77.77.77... Nicol. Selnéccer

63 Lo, he comes, with clouds descending... Holywood, 87.87.87 Arranged by V. Novello... 64 Lord, a little band and lowly.

Rousseau. 87.87, D.... Arranged by W. H. Monk. 65 Lord, look upon a little child. Evening Hymn, L.M... Thomas Tallis ..

66 Lord of mercy and of might ..

Waldheim, 777-5....
Schicht's Choralbuch

67 Mighty God, while angels bless Thee. Vesper Hymn, 87.87.87. Russian

68 My faith looks up to Thee.... Olivet, 664.6664. Dr. Lowell Mason

69 My God and Father, while I stray.. Submission, 888.4

70 Nearer, my God, to Thee Nenthorn, 64.64.664

71 O paradise ! O paradise !.. Paradise, 86.86, with ref.

72 O Saviour, bless us ere we go .. Matthias, 88.88, with ref. W. H. Monk.

73 O Thou, whom neither time nor space .. Melcombe, L.M... Samuel Webbe

74 Onward, Christian soldiers......

St. Alban, 65.65, D.,!

From Haydn... with refrain

75 Penitence, 86.86.4. W. H. Monk. Return, O wanderer, to thy home

Invitation, 86.86.4
Dr. Thomas Hastings.

76 Rock of Ages, cleft for me.

Redhead, No.76, 77.77.77 Richard Redhead

Pascal, 77.77.77 .. Sadly bend the flowers...

65.65.65.66..

Alberto Randegger: 78 Saviour, breathe an evening blessing. Italian Chorale, 87.87, D. Arranged by W. H. Monk. 79 Saviour, sprinkle many nations.

Italian Chorale, 87.87, D. Arranged by W. H. Monk. 80 See, in yonder manger low.

77-77, with refrain..
Sir John Goss

81 Shall we gather at the river.

87.87, with refrain.
Robert Lowry

82 Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear....

Walton, L.M.
L. van Beeihoven

83 Pascal, L.M. Sweet hour of prayer

Wm. B. Bradbury;
L.M., D.

ranged by W. H. Monk.

}84 Tell me the old, old story..

76.76, D., with refrain.. Arranged by W. H. Monk. 80 National

Anthem, The God of harvest praise...

Arranged by W. H. Monk 664.6664

86 Braun, 664.6664

From Braun. The great God of heaven 11 11. 11 11, with refrain. Traditional.

87 There is a happy land.... Happy Land, 64.64.67.64 Indian Melody.

88 There is a better world, they say Better World, 8383.8883 Arranged by W. H. Monk. 89 There's a Friend for little children. Morning Light, 76.76, D. George 7. Webb.

90 These are the crowns that we shall wear Suavitas, C.M.. G. H. Gregory, Mus. Bac... 91 This is not my place of resting........ 87.87, with refrain.

92 We saw Thee not when Thou didst tread Matthias, 88.88.88.. W. H. Monk

93 We sing the praise of Him who died.... St. Agnes, L.M. A. A. Austen..

94 When Ais salvation bringing..

Hosanna, 76.76, D. Arranged by W. H. Monk. 95 Whither are you going......

Hubert P. Main, arranged

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1 by W. H. Monk. Who is this so weak and helpless.. Nassau, 87.87, D.. Johann Rosenmüller.. 97 Who is this that comes from Edom. Freyberg, 87.87.77 Heinrich Albert...

98 Within the churchyard, side by side Moravia, C.M.

Nicolaus Hermann.. 99 Words are things of little cost

Meinau, 77-77.77
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THE CHILDREN'S HYMNAL.

1.

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The mighty God was still His name,
And angels worshipped, as He lay,
The seeming infant of a day.

3 We bring them, Lord, and with the sign

Of sprinkled water, name them Thine:
Their souls with saving grace endow,
Baptize them with Thy Spirit now.

2 He who, a little child, began

The life divine to show to man,
Proclaims from heaven the inessage

free,
“ Let little children come to Me."

4 Oh give Thine angels charge, good

Lord !
Them safely in Thy way to guard;
Thy blessing on their lives command,
And write their names upon Thy hand.

5 O Thou, who by an infant's tongue

Dost hear Thy perfect glory sung,
May these, with all the heavenly host,
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost!

2.

ABIDE WITH ME! FAST FALLS THE EVENTIDE.

1. A-bide with me! fast falls the e-ven-tide; The dark-ness deep-ens; Lord, with me a-bide!

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When o-ther help-ers fail,and com-forts flee, Help of the help-less,oh, a-bide with me!

2 Swift to its close ebbs out life's little day;

Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pass away;
Change and decay in all around I see:

O Thou who changest not, abide with me!
3 I need Thy presence every passing hour-

What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's power ?
Who like Thyself my Guide and Stay can be ?

Through cloud and sunshine, oh abide with me!
4 I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless ;

Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness :
Where is death's sting? where, grave, thy victory?

I triumph still, if Thou abide with me.
5 Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes,

Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies ;
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee :
In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me!

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