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==Isaac Watts Lyrics List==
 
==Isaac Watts Lyrics List==
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*A blooming paradise of joy
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*''A blooming paradise of joy''
::Hymn 59, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 4 of 9)
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:– Hymn 59, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 4 of 9)
:[[Mantua (Oliver Holden)]] 1800
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::[[Mantua (Oliver Holden)]] 1800
*A span is all that we can boast
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*''A span is all that we can boast''
::Psalm 39, Part 2 (C. M., st. 2 of 6)
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:– Psalm 39, Part 2 (C. M., st. 2 of 6)
:[[Westborough (Daniel Belknap)]] 1802
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::[[Westborough (Daniel Belknap)]] 1802
*Alas! and did my Savior bleed
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*''Alas! and did my Savior bleed''
::Hymn 9, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
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:– Hymn 9, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
:[[Edington (Stephen Jenks)]] 1803
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::[[Edington (Stephen Jenks)]] 1803
*Alas, my aching heart
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*''Alas, my aching heart''
::Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, ''Confession and Pardon'' (S. M., 17 st.)
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:– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, ''Confession and Pardon'' (S. M., 17 st.)
:[[Conviction (Jacob French)]] 1802
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::[[Conviction (Jacob French)]] 1802
*Alas, the brittle clay
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*''Alas, the brittle clay''
::Psalm 90, Part 4 (S. M., st. 2 of 5)
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:– Psalm 90, Part 4 (S. M., st. 2 of 5)
:[[Danbury (Joseph Stone)]] 1793
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::[[Danbury (Joseph Stone)]] 1793
:[[Norfolk (Oliver Brownson)]] 1786
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::[[Norfolk (Oliver Brownson)]] 1786
:[[Wintonbury (Stephen Jenks)]] 1803
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::[[Wintonbury (Stephen Jenks)]] 1803
*Alas, the cruel spear
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*''Alas, the cruel spear''
::Hymn 84, Bk. 2 (S. M., st. 3 of 8)
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:– Hymn 84, Bk. 2 (S. M., st. 3 of 8)
:[[Redemption (Stephen Jenks)]] 1807
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::[[Redemption (Stephen Jenks)]] 1807
*All ye bright armies of the skies
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*''All ye bright armies of the skies''
::Psalm 97, Part 2 (L. M., st. 2 of 3)
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:– Psalm 97, Part 2 (L. M., st. 2 of 3)
:[[Arnheim (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1819
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::[[Arnheim (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1819
*Almighty God! to thee
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*''Almighty God! to thee''
::Hymn 38, Bk. 3 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 4 of 4)
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:– Hymn 38, Bk. 3 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 4 of 4)
:[[Westford (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1795
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::[[Westford (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1795
*Am I a soldier of the cross
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*''Am I a soldier of the cross''
::Hymn 1, Bk. 4 (C. M., 6 st.)
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:– Hymn 1, Bk. 4 (C. M., 6 st.)
:[[Sutton (Joseph Stone)]] 1804
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::[[Sutton (Joseph Stone)]] 1804
*Among the princes, earthly gods
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*''Among the princes, earthly gods''
::Psalm 86 (C. M., 4 st.)
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:– Psalm 86 (C. M., 4 st.)
:[[Among the princes, earthly gods (Benjamin Milgrove)]] 0
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::[[Among the princes, earthly gods (Benjamin Milgrove)]] 1795
:[[Among the princes, earthly gods (James Evison)]] 0
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::[[Among the princes, earthly gods (James Evison)]] 1780
*And can this mighty King
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*''And can this mighty King''
::Hymn 169, Bk. 2 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 4 of 4)
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:– Hymn 169, Bk. 2 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 4 of 4)
:[[Loudon (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1805
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::[[Loudon (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1805
:[[Paradise (Ezra Goff)]] 1806
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::[[Paradise (Ezra Goff)]] 1806
*And must my body faint and die
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*''And must my body faint and die''
::Hymn 28, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 5 of 6)
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:– Hymn 28, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 5 of 6)
:[[Dissolution (Daniel Belknap)]] 1800
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::[[Dissolution (Daniel Belknap)]] 1800
*And must this body die
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*''And must this body die''
::Hymn 110, Bk. 2 (S. M., 6 st.)
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:– Hymn 110, Bk. 2 (S. M., 6 st.)
:[[Maryland (William Billings)]] 1799
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::[[Maryland (William Billings)]] 1799
*Angels are lost in sweet surprise
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*''Angels are lost in sweet surprise''
::Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 1, ''Worshipping with Fear'' (C. M., 9 st.)
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:– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 1, ''Worshipping with Fear'' (C. M., 9 st.)
:[[Sweet Surprise (Oliver Holden)]] 0
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::[[Sweet Surprise (Oliver Holden)]] 1800
*Arise, my gracious God
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*''Arise, my gracious God''
::Psalm 17, Part 1 (S. M., 4 st.)
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:– Psalm 17, Part 1 (S. M., 4 st.)
:[[Pembrook (Daniel Read)]] 1785
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::[[Pembrook (Daniel Read)]] 1785
*Arise, my soul, my joyful powers
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*''Arise, my soul, my joyful powers''
::Hymn 82, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
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:– Hymn 82, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
:[[Lincoln (Oliver Holden)]] 1792
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::[[Lincoln (Oliver Holden)]] 1792
*As on some lonely building's top
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*''As on some lonely building's top''
::Psalm 102, Part 1 (C. M., st. 4 of 12)
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:– Psalm 102, Part 1 (C. M., st. 4 of 12)
:[[Despair (Walter Janes)]] 1807
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::[[Despair (Walter Janes)]] 1807
:[[Solitude (Walter Janes)]] 1803
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::[[Solitude (Walter Janes)]] 1803
*At Thy command, our dearest Lord
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*''At Thy command, our dearest Lord''
::Hymn 19, Bk. 3 (L. M., 4 st.)
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:– Hymn 19, Bk. 3 (L. M., 4 st.)
:[[Medford (William Billings)]] 1770
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::[[Medford (William Billings)]] 1770
*Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue
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*''Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue''
::Hymn 20, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
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:– Hymn 20, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
:[[Andover (William Billings)]] 1770
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::[[Andover (William Billings)]] 1770
:[[Andover (William Billings)]] 1804
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::[[Andover (William Billings)]] 1804
:[[Antipatris (Oliver Holden)]] 1810
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::[[Antipatris (Oliver Holden)]] 1810
:[[Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue (Thomas Clark)]] 0
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::[[Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue (Thomas Clark)]] 1809
*Awake, our souls, away, our fears
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*''Awake, our souls, away, our fears''
::Hymn 48, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
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:– Hymn 48, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
:[[Scotland (Nehemiah Shumway)]] 1804
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::[[Scotland (Nehemiah Shumway)]] 1804
:[[Newport (William Billings)]] 1770
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::[[Newport (William Billings)]] 1770
:[[West End (Oliver Holden)]] 0
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::[[West End (Oliver Holden)]] 1793
*Awake, ye saints, to praise your King
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*''Awake, ye saints, to praise your King''
::Psalm 135 (C. M., 7 st.)
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:– Psalm 135 (C. M., 7 st.)
:[[Annapolis (Daniel Read)]] 1788
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::[[Annapolis (Daniel Read)]] 1788
*Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme
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*''Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme''
::Hymn 69, Bk. 2 (C. M., 9 st.)
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:– Hymn 69, Bk. 2 (C. M., 9 st.)
:[[Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme (Henry Searle)]] 0
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::[[Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme (Henry Searle)]] 1820
:[[Bellingham (William Billings)]] 1794
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::[[Bellingham (William Billings)]] 1794
:[[Heavenly Theme (Oliver Holden)]] 0
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::[[Heavenly Theme (Oliver Holden)]] 1800
*Behold the glories of the Lamb
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*''Behold the glories of the Lamb''
::Hymn 1, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
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:– Hymn 1, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
:[[Parma (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1812
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::[[Parma (Samuel Holyoke)]] 1812
*Behold the rose of Sharon here
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*''Behold the rose of Sharon here''
::Hymn 68, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
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:– Hymn 68, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
:[[Martin's Lane (Behold the rose of Sharon here) (Thomas Arne)]] 0
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::[[Martin's Lane (Behold the rose of Sharon here) (Thomas Arne)]] 1784
:[[Vine (Oliver Holden)]] 1803
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::[[Vine (Oliver Holden)]] 1803
*Behold what wondrous grace
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*''Behold what wondrous grace''
::Hymn 64, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 6 st.)
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:– Hymn 64, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 6 st.)
:[[Pitt (William Billings)]] 1770
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::[[Pitt (William Billings)]] 1770
*Behold, I fall before Thy face
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*''Behold, I fall before Thy face''
::Psalm 51, Part 2 (L. M., st. 4 of 7)
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:– Psalm 51, Part 2 (L. M., st. 4 of 7)
:[[Balloon (Timothy Swan)]] 1797
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::[[Balloon (Timothy Swan)]] 1797
*Behold, the Judge descends, his guards are nigh
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*''Behold, the glories of the Lamb''
::Psalm 50, Part 5 (10 10. 10 10. 10 10, st. 2 of 9)
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:– Hymn 1, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
:[[Judgment (Daniel Read)]] 1799
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::[[Cumberland (William Billings)]] 1770
:[[Triumph (Stephen Jenks)]] 1803
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::[[St Andrew's (William Billings)]] 1794
*Behold, the glories of the Lamb
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::Hymn 1, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
 
:[[Cumberland (William Billings)]] 1770
 
:[[St Andrew's (William Billings)]] 0
 
*Behold, the grace appears
 
::Hymn 3, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 9 st.)
 
:[[Christmas (Oliver Holden)]] 1792
 
:[[Christmas (Oliver Holden)]] 1807
 
*Behold, the lofty sky
 
::Psalm 19, Part 1 (S. M., 8 st.)
 
:[[Asia (William Billings)]] 1770
 
:[[Asia (William Billings)]
 
 
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Revision as of 16:42, 14 January 2017

Isaac Watts Lyrics List

  • A blooming paradise of joy
– Hymn 59, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 4 of 9)
Mantua (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • A span is all that we can boast
– Psalm 39, Part 2 (C. M., st. 2 of 6)
Westborough (Daniel Belknap) 1802
  • Alas! and did my Savior bleed
– Hymn 9, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Edington (Stephen Jenks) 1803
  • Alas, my aching heart
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, Confession and Pardon (S. M., 17 st.)
Conviction (Jacob French) 1802
  • Alas, the brittle clay
– Psalm 90, Part 4 (S. M., st. 2 of 5)
Danbury (Joseph Stone) 1793
Norfolk (Oliver Brownson) 1786
Wintonbury (Stephen Jenks) 1803
  • Alas, the cruel spear
– Hymn 84, Bk. 2 (S. M., st. 3 of 8)
Redemption (Stephen Jenks) 1807
  • All ye bright armies of the skies
– Psalm 97, Part 2 (L. M., st. 2 of 3)
Arnheim (Samuel Holyoke) 1819
  • Almighty God! to thee
– Hymn 38, Bk. 3 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 4 of 4)
Westford (Samuel Holyoke) 1795
  • Am I a soldier of the cross
– Hymn 1, Bk. 4 (C. M., 6 st.)
Sutton (Joseph Stone) 1804
  • Among the princes, earthly gods
– Psalm 86 (C. M., 4 st.)
Among the princes, earthly gods (Benjamin Milgrove) 1795
Among the princes, earthly gods (James Evison) 1780
  • And can this mighty King
– Hymn 169, Bk. 2 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 4 of 4)
Loudon (Samuel Holyoke) 1805
Paradise (Ezra Goff) 1806
  • And must my body faint and die
– Hymn 28, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 5 of 6)
Dissolution (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • And must this body die
– Hymn 110, Bk. 2 (S. M., 6 st.)
Maryland (William Billings) 1799
  • Angels are lost in sweet surprise
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 1, Worshipping with Fear (C. M., 9 st.)
Sweet Surprise (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Arise, my gracious God
– Psalm 17, Part 1 (S. M., 4 st.)
Pembrook (Daniel Read) 1785
  • Arise, my soul, my joyful powers
– Hymn 82, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Lincoln (Oliver Holden) 1792
  • As on some lonely building's top
– Psalm 102, Part 1 (C. M., st. 4 of 12)
Despair (Walter Janes) 1807
Solitude (Walter Janes) 1803
  • At Thy command, our dearest Lord
– Hymn 19, Bk. 3 (L. M., 4 st.)
Medford (William Billings) 1770
  • Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue
– Hymn 20, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Andover (William Billings) 1770
Andover (William Billings) 1804
Antipatris (Oliver Holden) 1810
Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue (Thomas Clark) 1809
  • Awake, our souls, away, our fears
– Hymn 48, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
Scotland (Nehemiah Shumway) 1804
Newport (William Billings) 1770
West End (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • Awake, ye saints, to praise your King
– Psalm 135 (C. M., 7 st.)
Annapolis (Daniel Read) 1788
  • Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme
– Hymn 69, Bk. 2 (C. M., 9 st.)
Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme (Henry Searle) 1820
Bellingham (William Billings) 1794
Heavenly Theme (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Behold the glories of the Lamb
– Hymn 1, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
Parma (Samuel Holyoke) 1812
  • Behold the rose of Sharon here
– Hymn 68, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Martin's Lane (Behold the rose of Sharon here) (Thomas Arne) 1784
Vine (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Behold what wondrous grace
– Hymn 64, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 6 st.)
Pitt (William Billings) 1770
  • Behold, I fall before Thy face
– Psalm 51, Part 2 (L. M., st. 4 of 7)
Balloon (Timothy Swan) 1797
  • Behold, the glories of the Lamb
– Hymn 1, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
Cumberland (William Billings) 1770
St Andrew's (William Billings) 1794
  • Behold, the grace appears
– Hymn 3, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 9 st.)
Christmas (Oliver Holden) 1792
Christmas (Oliver Holden) 1807
  • Behold, the Judge descends, his guards are nigh
– Psalm 50, Part 5 (10 10. 10 10. 10 10, st. 2 of 9)
Judgment (Daniel Read) 1799
Triumph (Stephen Jenks) 1803
  • Behold, the lofty sky
– Psalm 19, Part 1 (S. M., 8 st.)
Asia (William Billings) 1770
Asia (William Billings) 1779
Effingham (William Billings) 1784
  • Bless, O my soul, the living God
– Psalm 103, Part 1 (L. M., 8 st.)
Gratitude (Daniel Read) 1807
  • Blest be the everlasting God
– Hymn 26, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 5 st.)
Sudbury (1770) (William Billings) 1770
  • Blest is the man, forever blest
– Psalm 32, Part 3 (L. M., 4 st.)
Aldsworth (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
  • Bright King of glory, dreadful God
– Hymn 51, Bk. 2 (L. M., 7 st.)
Suffolk (William Billings) 1799
  • Broad is the road that leads to death
– Hymn 158, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Baggaduce (Jacob French) 1806
Windham (Daniel Read) 1799
  • Change me, O God, my flesh shall be
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 7, Self-Consecration (886. 8886., st. 4 of 5)
Consecration (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Come hither all ye weary souls
– Hymn 127, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Come hither all ye weary souls (John Massey) 1810
Come hither, all ye weary souls (Benjamin Cuzens) 1787
  • Come see the wonders, see the wonders
– Psalm 66, Part 1 (C. M., st. 3 of 8)
Egypt (William Billings) 1794
  • Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell
– Hymn 135, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 3 st.)
Bellingham (Jacob French) 1802
St. Marc (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Come, happy souls, approach your God
– Hymn 103, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Ashby (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove
– Hymn 34, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
St. Albans (Walter Janes) 1816
  • Come, join our cheerful songs
– Hymn 62, Bk. 1 (C. M., 5 st.)
Connexion (Walter Janes) 1803
  • Come, let our voices join to raise
– Psalm 95, Part 3 (L. M., 7 st.)
Gardiner (Daniel Read) 1807
  • Come, let us join our cheerful songs
– Hymn 62, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 5 st.)
Brattle Square (William Billings) 1786
Come, let us join our cheerful songs (Benjamin Milgrove) 1777
North Providence (William Billings) 1778
Vermont (Timothy Swan) 1801
  • Come, sound his praise abroad
– Psalm 95, Part 1 (S. M., 6 st.)
Come sound his praise abroad (Charing) (Thomas Clark) 1807
Come sound his praise abroad (from An Eighth Set of Psalm Tunes) (Thomas Clark) 1812
Psalm 95 (James Lyon) 1761
  • Come, we that love the Lord
– Hymn 30, Bk. 2 (C. M., 10 st.)
Come, we that love the Lord (Burgundy) (Thomas Clark) 1812
  • Consider all my sorrows, Lord
– Psalm 119, Part 14 (C. M., 6 st.)
Consider all my sorrows, Lord (Thomas Clark) 1830
  • Dear Lord! behold our sore distress
– Hymn 163, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Salem (Daniel Belknap) 1802
Wheelers Point (William Billings) 1770
Wheelers Point (William Billings) 1786
  • Dearest of all the names above
– Hymn 148, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Hampton (Daniel Belknap) 1800
New Concord (Oliver Holden) 1796
Topsham (Supply Belcher) 1797
  • Death cannot make our souls afraid
– Hymn 49, Bk. 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Summer Street (William Billings) 1770
  • Death! 'Tis a melancholy day
– Hymn 52, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Middlesex (Jacob French) 1802
Windham (Oliver Brownson) 1784
Solemnity (Oliver Holden) 1800
Whale Rock (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • Death, like an overflowing flood
– Psalm 90, Part 5 (L. M., st. 5 of 9)
Sorrow's Tear (Stephen Jenks) 1807
Amanda (Justin Morgan) 1797
Dissolution (Walter Janes) 1803
Hillsborough (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
Mortality (Daniel Read) 1804
  • Death, like an overflowing stream
– Psalm 90, Part 1 (L. M., st. 5 of 8)
Sorrow's Tear (Stephen Jenks) 1807
  • Deep in our hearts let us record
– Psalm 68, Part 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Cambridge (Oliver Brownson) 1783
Fitchburg (William Billings) 1804
Leghorn (Timothy Swan) 1801
Providence (Daniel Read) 1788
  • Descend from heaven, immortal Dove
– Hymn 23, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Descend from heaven, immortal Dove (Thomas Clark) 1809
Pleasure (Stephen Jenks) 1818
Solid Pleasures (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Descend, ye hosts of angels bright
– Hymn 23, Bk. 2 (L. M., 6 st.)
Sandy River (Daniel Belknap) 1802
  • Down from the top of earthly bliss
– Hymn 96, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 2 of 5)
Angola (Daniel Belknap) 1797
  • Down headlong from their native skies
– Hymn 96, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Delley (Jacob French) 1789
  • Early, my God, without delay
– Psalm 63, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Arabia (Oliver Holden) 1803
Montgomery (Justin Morgan) 1799
Orange (Stephen Jenks) 1803
  • Earth has detained me prisoner long
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 41, The Song of Angels Above (C. M., 22 st.)
Lamentation (Oliver Holden) 1797
  • Eternal power, whose high abode
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 82, God Exalted Above All Praise (L. M., 6 st.)
Blue Hill (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • Eternal wisdom has prepared
– Hymn 7, Bk. 1 (C. M., st. 3 of 9)
Kamalia (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Eternal wisdom, thee we praise
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 27, A Song To Creating Wisdom (C. M., 18 st.)
Eternal Wisdom (Oliver Holden) 1800
Eternal wisdom, thee we praise (Borden) (Thomas Clark) 1807
  • Fairest of all the lights above
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 22, Sun, Moon, and Stars, Praise Ye the Lord (L. M., 9 st.)
Sun (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • False are the men of high degree
– Psalm 62 (L. M., st. 3 of 6)
Russia (Daniel Read) 1787
  • Far as thy name is known
– Psalm 48, Part 2 (S. M., 6 st.)
Guildford (Oliver Brownson) 1783
Zoar (Daniel Read) 1809
  • Far from my thoughts, vain world, begone
– Hymn 15, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Far from my thoughts, vain world, begone (Henry Thomas Smart)
Westford (Daniel Read) 1806
  • Farewell, bright soul, a short farewell
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 3, No. 2, On the Sudden Death of Mrs. Mary Peacock (L. M., st. 2 of 8)
Acton (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • Father, I bless Thy gentle hand
– Psalm 119, Part 18 (L. M., 6 st.)
St. Mary (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Father, we wait to feel thy grace
– Hymn 24, Bk. 3 (C. M., 5 st.)
Communion (Jacob French) 1802
  • From all that dwell below the skies
– Psalm 117, Part 2 (L. M., 2 st.)
From all that dwell below the skies (Thomas Attwood Walmisley)
New Hartford (Stephen Jenks) 1803
Nun lobet Gott im hohen Thron (Christoph Dalitz) 2008
Stockbridge (William Billings) 1782
Verona (Timothy Swan) 1799
  • From my sad prison set me free
– Psalm 142, Part 6 (C. M., 6 st.)
Ceylon (Oliver Holden) 1796
  • From the first dawning light
– Psalm 25, Part 1 (S. M., st. 3 of 6)
Dawning Light (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Give me the wings of faith to rise
– Hymn 140, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Give me the wings of faith to rise (Thomas Jarman) 1840
Tennessee (Oliver Holden) 1796
  • Give thanks aloud to God
– Psalm 136, Part 2 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 10 of 10)
Providence (Jacob French) 1802
  • Glory to God the Father's name
– Hymn 27, Bk. 3 (C. M., 4 st.)
Fernay (Samuel Holyoke) 1791
  • Go, worship at Immanuel's feet
– Hymn 146, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 18 st.)
Essex (Oliver Holden) 1797
  • God counts the sorrows of his saints
– Psalm 56 (C. M., st. 6 of 10)
Denbigh (Timothy Swan) 1797
Digby (Timothy Swan) 1801
  • God of my life, look gently down
– Psalm 39, Part 3 (C. M., 7 st.)
Humility (Samuel Babcock) 1803
Poland (Timothy Swan) 1819
Submission (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • God! the eternal, awful name
– Hymn 27, Bk. 2 (C. M., 9 st.)
Pittsford (Daniel Belknap) 1802
  • God, my supporter and my hope
– Psalm 73, Part 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Morris (Daniel Read) 1807
  • Great God, attend while Zion sings
– Psalm 84, Part 2 (L. M., 5 st.)
Great God, attend while Zion sings (Thomas Jarman) 1840
Attention (Jacob French) 1806
  • Great God, the heav'ns well-ordered frame
– Psalm 19, Part 4 (88. 88. 88, 8 st.)
Colchester (Oliver Brownson) 1783
Cranbury (Nehemiah Shumway) 1806
Creation (Jacob French) 1802
  • Great God, whose universal sway
– Psalm 72, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Flanders (Timothy Swan) 1795
Great God, whose universal sway (Thomas Jarman) 1812
  • Great shepherd of thine Israel
– Psalm 80 (L. M., 12 st.)
Great shepherd of thine Israel (Thomas Clark) 1830
Madison (Daniel Read) 1818
  • Had I the tongue of Greeks and Jews
– Hymn 134, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Athens (Oliver Holden) 1800
Charity (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Had not the Lord, may Israel say
– Psalm 124 (L. M., 5 st.)
Bennington (Daniel Read) 1785
  • Happy the church, thou sacred place
– Hymn 64, Bk. 2 (L. M., 5 st.)
Lodi (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Happy the city, where their sons
– Psalm 144, Part 3 (L. M., 3 st.)
Happy City (Daniel Read) 1785
  • Hark! From the tombs a doleful sound
– Hymn 63, Bk. 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Cypress (Daniel Read) 1795
Golgotha (William Billings) 1787
Hark from the tombs a doleful sound (Thomas Clark) 1830
Hopkinton (Daniel Belknap) 1797
New Greenfield (Stephen Jenks) 1807
  • Hark! She bids all her friends adieu
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 3, No. 2, On the Sudden Death of Mrs. Mary Peacock (L. M., 8 st.)
Hark! She bids all her friends adieu (Oliver Holden) 1797
  • Hark! The Redeemer, from on high
– Hymn 70, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 7 st.)
Condescension (Daniel Read) 1787
  • He dies! The friend of sinners dies
– Hymn 44, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Framingham (Daniel Belknap) 1794
  • He dies! The heavenly lover dies
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 38, Christ Dying, Rising, and Reigning (L. M., 6 st.)
Hamshire (Daniel Read) 1795
  • He dies, the heavenly lover dies
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 38, ' (L. M., 6 st.)
Berlin (William Billings) 1799
  • He framed the globe, He built the sky
– Psalm 96, Part 2 (88. 88. 88., st. 4 of 6)
Majesty (Timothy Swan) 1788
  • He reigns! The Lord, the Savior reigns
– Psalm 97, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Chelsea (1770) (William Billings) 1770
Justice (Ezra Goff) 1805
Proclamation (Jacob French) 1802
He reigns, the Lord, the Saviour reigns (Thomas Jarman) 1812
  • He sends his word, and melts the snow
– Psalm 147, Part 3 (C. M., st. 7 of 8)
Spring (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • He that has made his refuge God
– Psalm 91, Part 1 (L. M., 8 st.)
He that has made his refuge God (John Massey)
He that hath made his refuge God (John Moreton)
He that hath made his refuge God (Langport) (Thomas Clark) 1805
He that hath made his refuge God (Safety) (Thomas Clark) 1809
  • Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims
– Hymn 18, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 3 st.)
Christian's Hope (Samuel Babcock) 1803
Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims (Thomas Clark)
  • Hence from my soul, my sins, depart
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 12, The Penitent Pardoned (L. M., 8 st.)
Farmington (Jacob French) 1802
  • High in the heavens, eternal God
– Psalm 36, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
High in the heavens, eternal God (Charles Wesley, Jr.)
Water Town (William Billings) 1770
  • His hoary frost, His fleecy snow
– Psalm 147, Part 3 (C. M., st. 5 of 8)
Winter (Daniel Read) 1799
  • Hosanna to the King
– Psalm 118, Part 5 (S. M., st. 5 of 6)
Medford (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Hosanna to the prince of light
– Hymn 76, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Hosanna to the prince of light (Joseph Stephenson)
  • Hosanna to the Prince of light
– Hymn 76, Bk. 2 (C. M., 2 st.)
Immanuel (Oliver Holden) 1796
  • Hosanna to the Prince of light
– Hymn 76, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Victory (Oliver Brownson) 1790
  • Hosanna, with a cheerful sound
– Hymn 8, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Hosanna, with a cheerful sound (Thomas Clark) 1809
  • How beauteous are their feet
– Hymn 10, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 6 st.)
Bedford (Stephen Jenks) 1803
How beauteous are their feet (Charles Villiers Stanford)
Nantucket (William Billings) 1770
Worcester (Abraham Wood) 1799
  • How did my heart rejoice to hear
– Psalm 122, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Canton (Oliver Holden) 1800
How did my heart rejoice to hear (Thomas Clark) 1808
  • How doth Thy word my heart engage
– Psalm 119, Part 5 (C. M., st. 3 of 6)
Treasure (Oliver Holden) 1819
  • How full of anguish is the thought
– Hymn 100, Bk. 2 (L. M., 10 st.)
Louisiana (Oliver Holden) 1799
  • How glorious is our heavenly King
– Psalm 0 (C. M., 5 st.)
Barre (William Billings) 1770
Sharon (William Billings) 1778
  • How long wilt Thou conceal Thy face
– Psalm 13, Part 2 (C. M., 7 st.)
Concord (William Billings) 1770
How long wilt thou conceal thy face (Thomas Clark) 1806
  • How long, O Lord, shall I complain
– Psalm 13, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Dudley (William Billings) 1779
  • How oft have sin and Satan strove
– Hymn 139, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Bourbon (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • How pleasant 'tis to see
– Psalm 133, Part 3 (668. 668., 3 st.)
Amity (Daniel Read) 1786
Friendship (Daniel Read) 1795
Sherburne (William Billings) 1782
  • How pleased and blest was I
– Psalm 122, Part 6 (668. 668., 5 st.)
Devotion New (Walter Janes) 1803
How pleased and blest was I (James Shoubridge)
How pleased and blest was I (Worship) (Thomas Clark) 1806
New Haven (Stephen Jenks) 1807
Spain (William Billings) 1779
Windsor New (Stephen Jenks) 1803
  • How sad our state by nature is
– Hymn 90, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
How sad our state by nature is (Benjamin Milgrove) 1771
  • How short and hasty are our lives
– Hymn 32, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Worcester (William Billings) 1787
Benson (Ebenezer Child) 1804
  • How sweet and aweful is the place
– Hymn 13, Bk. 3 (C. M., 7 st.)
Romelia (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Hush my babe
– Psalm 0 (87. 87., 14 st.)
Hush my babe (Jean-Jacques Rousseau)
Watt's Cradle Carol (Philip Le Bas)
  • I am not concerned to know
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 2, No. 23, True Riches (77. 77. 77. 77., 6 st.)
Amboy (Daniel Read) 1788
  • I am the Savior, the Almighty God
– Psalm 50, Part 6 (10 10. 10 10. 10 10, st. 6 of 13)
Mount Carmel (Oliver Holden) 1819
  • I cry till all my voice be gone
– Psalm 69, Part 1 (C. M., st. 2 of 14)
Entreaty (Ezra Goff) 1809
  • I lift my soul to God
– Psalm 25, Part 1 (S. M., 6 st.)
Union (William Billings) 1770
  • I love Thy habitation, Lord
– Psalm 26 (L. M., st. 4 of 5)
Ur (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • I send the joys of earth away
– Hymn 11, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
I send the joys of earth away (Thomas Clark) 1809
I send the joys of earth away (W. J. White)
Newport (Daniel Read) 1788
  • I sing my Savior's wondrous death
– Hymn 114, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Tis Finished (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • I wait for Thy salvation, Lord
– Psalm 130, Part 1 (C. M., st. 4 of 8)
Fidelity (Daniel Read) 1804
  • I'll lift my hands, I'll raise my voice
– Psalm 63, Part 3 (L. M., st. 8 of 8)
Palmer (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • I'll praise by maker with my breath
– Psalm 146, Part 2 (88. 88. 88., 6 st.)
Tolland (Stephen Jenks) 1806
I'll praise my maker while I've breath (Almond Woolf)
Bolton (Oliver Brownson) 1783
Desertion (Oliver Holden) 1806
Holden (William Billings) 1770
Immortality (Amos Bull) 1795
Immortality (Amos Bull) 1807
Magdala (Oliver Holden) 1800
Ohio (Samuel Holyoke) 1805
  • I'm not ashamed to own my Lord
– Hymn 103, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 4 st.)
Leominster (Daniel Belknap) 1806
Lynn (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • If God succeed not, all the cost
– Psalm 127, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Nisi Dominus (Christopher Upton)
  • Immense compassion reigns
– Hymn 148, Bk. 1 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 6 of 7)
Florence (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • In anger, Lord, rebuke me not
– Psalm 6, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
North River (William Billings) 1770
  • In awful state the conquering God
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 41, The Song of Angels Above (C. M., st. 18 of 22)
Delaware (Samuel Babcock) 1795
  • In the full choir a broken string
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 41, The Song of Angels Above (C. M., st. 14 of 22)
Pine-Hill (Daniel Belknap) 1797
  • In vain the wealthy mortals toil
– Hymn 24, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Duxborough (William Billings) 1779
  • In vain we lavish out our lives
– Hymn 9, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 10 st.)
Ryegate (Samuel Holyoke) 1819
St. Vincent's (In vain we lavish out our lives) (Anonymous)
Vermont (William Billings) 1778
  • Infinite grace! almighty charms
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 62, Desiring to Love Christ (L. M., st. 4 of 7)
Admiration (Samuel Babcock) 1793
  • Infinite grief! Amazing woe
– Hymn 95, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Calvary (Timothy Swan) 1801
  • It cost Him cries and tears
– Hymn 9, Bk. 3 (S. M., st. 3 of 10)
Interposition (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • It grieves me, Lord, it grieves me sore
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 7, Self-Consecration (886. 8886., 5 st.)
Consecration (Oliver Holden) 1792
  • Jehovah reigns, his throne is high
– Hymn 168, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Ringe (Daniel Belknap) 1797
Sturbridge (William Billings) 1779
  • Jehovah speaks
– Hymn 84, Bk. 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Jehovah speaks! (Oliver Holden) 1795
  • Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
– Psalm 72, Part 2 (L. M., 8 st.)
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Thomas Jarman) 1812
Burlington (Walter Janes) 1807
Dominion (Daniel Read) 1804
Fairlee (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Jesus, the Savior stands
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, Confession and Pardon (S. M., st. 7 of 17)
Weston (Samuel Babcock) 1795
  • Jesus, with all thy saints above
– Hymn 29, Bk. 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Rhone (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
  • Join all the glorious names
– Hymn 150, Bk. 1, Part 1 (66.66.88., 12 st.)
Freetown (Daniel Read) 1785
South Boston (William Billings) 1794
  • Joy to the world! the Lord is come
– Psalm 98, Part 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Jamaica (William Billings) 1770
Jamaica (William Billings) 1804
Joy to the world (J. P. Storm)
Joy to the world (Lowell Mason)
Townshend (Ezra Goff) 1806
Advent (Oliver Holden) 1800
Joy to the world, the Lord is come (George Gay)
  • Just are Thy ways, and true Thy word
– Psalm 18, Part 3 (L. M., 5 st.)
Brattle Street (1770) (William Billings) 1770
  • Keep silence, all created things
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 6, God's Dominion and Decrees (C. M., 12 st.)
Richmond (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Let a broad stream with golden sands
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 2, No. 8, False Greatness (88. 88. 88. 8686., st. 1 of 3)
Stonington (Daniel Read) 1787
  • Let all our tongues be one
– Hymn 9, Bk. 3 (S. M., 10 st.)
Lubec (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Let all the earth-born race
– Psalm 148, Part 3 (S. M., st. 12 of 16)
Ouse (Daniel Belknap) 1797
  • Let all the heathen writers join
– Psalm 119, Part 7 (C. M., 6 st.)
Revelation (William Billings) 1779
  • Let everlasting glories crown
– Hymn 131, Bk. 2 (L. M., 6 st.)
Pomfret (Samuel Babcock) 1795
  • Let every creature join
– Psalm 148, Part 3 (S. M., 16 st.)
Prussia (Stephen Jenks) 1818
Psalm for Thanksgiving Day (Oliver Holden) 1803
Sunderland (Stephen Jenks) 1804
Venus (Elijah Griswold)
  • Let every mortal ear attend
– Hymn 7, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 9 st.)
Europe (William Billings) 1770
  • Let God the Father live
– Hymn 28, Bk. 3 (S. M., 5 st.)
Newington (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
  • Let mortal tongues attempt to sing
– Hymn 58, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Hamton (William Billings) 1770
Sullivan (William Billings) 1778
  • Let sinners take their course
– Psalm 55, Part 2 (S. M., 6 st.)
Colchester (Jacob French) 1804
Middletown (William Billings) 1770
Resolution (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Let strangers walk around
– Psalm 48, Part 1 (S. M., st. 3 of 6)
Coventry (Daniel Read) 1807
  • Let the old heathen tune their song
– Hymn 21, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Norfolk (William Billings) 1794
  • Life has a soft and silver thread
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 2, No. 27, The Comforts of a Friend (C. M., st. 6 of 8)
Edenton (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Life is the time to serve the Lord
– Hymn 88, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Cohasset (William Billings) 1794
  • Life, like a vain amusement, flies
– Psalm 90, Part 2 (C. M., st. 3 of 7)
Mifflin (Daniel Read) 1807
  • Lift up your eyes, ye sons of light
– Hymn 43, Bk. 2 (L. M., st. 6 of 7)
Lift up your eyes, ye sons of light (William Billings) 1786
  • Like fruitful showers of rain
– Psalm 133, Part 3 (668. 668., st. 3 of 3)
Hamilton (Daniel Read) 1795
  • Like sheep we went astray
– Hymn 142, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 6 st.)
Dublin (William Billings) 1779
Like sheep we went astray (Netherfield) (Thomas Clark) 1818
  • Lo, what a glorious sight appears
– Hymn 21, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Lo, what a glorious sight appears (George Gay)
  • Lo, what an entertaining sight
– Psalm 133, Part 1 (C. M., 4 st.)
Unity (Daniel Read) 1787
Zion (Oliver Holden) 1799
  • Look down in pity, Lord, and see
– Psalm 143, Part 3 (L. M., 12 st.)
Brookfield (William Billings) 1801
  • Lord of the worlds above
– Psalm 84, Part 4 (66. 66. 44. 44., 7 st.)
Armenia (Stephen Jenks) 1807
Chocksett (William Billings) 1799
Derby (Daniel Read) 1788
Edenton (Daniel Read) 1805
Verona (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Lord, 'tis against Thy face
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, Confession and Pardon (S. M., st. 12 of 17)
Confession (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • Lord, how secure and blest are they
– Hymn 57, Bk. 2 (L. M., 6 st.)
Franklin (William Billings) 1779
  • Lord, I am vile, conceived in sin
– Psalm 51, Part 2 (L. M., 7 st.)
Confession (Stephen Jenks) 1803
Springfield (Daniel Belknap) 1802
  • Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes
– Psalm 6, Part 2 (L. M., 6 st.)
Weeping Nature (Stephen Jenks) 1811
  • Lord, I'm ashamed to say
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, Confession and Pardon (S. M., st. 10 of 17)
Contrition (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear
– Psalm 5 (C. M., 8 st.)
Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear (Abraham Maxim)
Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear (Thomas Clark) 1808
Phoebus (William Billings) 1787
  • Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray
– Psalm 4, Part 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Brackley (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
Lansingburgh (Ebenezer Child) 1804
Waterworks Corner (Kathryn Rose)
  • Lord, we adore thy vast designs
– Hymn 109, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Lord, we adore thy vast designs (Thomas Clark)
  • Lord, we confess our numerous faults
– Hymn 111, Bk. 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Lord, we confess our numerous faults (Maurice Greene)
  • Lord, what a feeble piece
– Psalm 90, Part 4 (S. M., 5 st.)
Danbury (William Billings) 1804
Granville (Ezra Goff) 1806
  • Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I
– Psalm 73, Part 3 (L. M., 5 st.)
Greenwich (Daniel Read) 1787
  • Lord, what is man, poor feeble man
– Psalm 144, Part 2 (C. M., 3 st.)
Bennington (Ebenezer Child) 1804
  • Lord, when I count thy mercies o'er
– Psalm 139, Part 6 (C. M., 3 st.)
Lord, when I count thy mercies o'er (James Shoubridge)
  • Lord, when thou didst ascend on high
– Psalm 68, Part 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Lord, when thou didst ascend on high (Thomas Clark) 1807
Washington (William Billings) 1782
  • Loud hallelujahs to the Lord
– Psalm 148, Part 2 (L. M., 12 st.)
Celebration (Walter Janes) 1807
Extollation (Walter Janes) 1807
Hallelujah (Amos Bull) 1795
  • Man has a soul of vast desires
– Hymn 146, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Coventry (Jacob French) 1802
Scituate (William Billings) 1770
Seclusion (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Methinks I see my Savior dear
– Hymn 95, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
St. Thomas (William Billings) 1794
  • Might I enjoy the meanest place within Thy house
– Psalm 84, Part 2 (L. M., st. 2 of 5)
Enfield (Daniel Read) 1785
  • Mine eyes and my desire
– Psalm 25, Part 3 (S. M., 8 st.)
Westfield (Oliver Brownson) 1790
Westfield (Oliver Brownson) 1797
Norton (Daniel Read) 1816
  • Music, descending on a silent cloud
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 2, No. 35, The Happy Man (Irreg., st. 4 of 6)
Musical Captive (Abraham Wood) 1793
  • My days are as the grass
– Psalm 103, Part 4 (S. M., st. 7 of 8)
Decay (Stephen Jenks) 1805
  • My dear Redeemer and my Lord
– Hymn 139, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
My dear Redeemer and my Lord (Thomas Clark) 1809
  • My flesh shall slumber in the ground
– Psalm 17, Part 2 (L. M., st. 6 of 6)
Milton (Samuel Babcock) 1795
Rutland (William Billings) 1804
  • My God, how many are my fears
– Psalm 3, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
Nazareth (William Billings) 1779
  • My God, my King, Thy various praise
– Psalm 145, Part 3 (L. M., 6 st.)
Hundred and Forty-Fifth Psalm (Oliver Holden) 1796
Various Praise (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • My God, my life, my love
– Hymn 93, Bk. 2 (S. M., 8 st.)
Hebron (William Billings) 1782
Medina (Oliver Holden) 1796
Wareham (William Billings) 1779
  • My God, permit me not to be
– Hymn 122, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Dorchester (Samuel Babcock) 1795
Lynnfield (Oliver Holden) 1799

  • My God, the spring of all my joys
– Hymn 54, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
My God, the spring of all my joys (Thomas Jarman) 1840
  • My God, the steps of pious men
– Psalm 37, Part 3 (C. M., 7 st.)
Protection (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • My God, what inward grief I feel
– Psalm 139, Part 3 (L. M., 4 st.)
Saybrook (William Billings) 1779
  • My heart and flesh cry out for thee
– Psalm 84, Part 3 (C. M., st. 5 of 9)
My heart and flesh cry out for thee (Thomas Clark) 1806
Vergennes (Oliver Holden) 1806
  • My never-ceasing songs shall show
– Psalm 89, Part 1 (C. M., 5 st.)
Bedford (Oliver Brownson) 1783
  • My passions fly to seek their King
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 77, Longing for His Return (C. M., st. 4 of 5)
Andover (Abraham Wood) 1787
  • My righteous judge, my gracious God
– Psalm 143 (L. M., 12 st.)
Lexington (William Billings) 1770
  • My Savior and my King
– Psalm 45, Part 1 (S. M., 8 st.)
Lisbon (Timothy Swan) 1794
Sharon (Oliver Brownson) 1797
Waltham (William Billings) 1799
  • My Savior, my almighty friend
– Psalm 71, Part 2 (C. M., 7 st.)
Omega (Oliver Holden) 1801
Stoughton (William Billings) 1770
  • My shepherd will supply my need
– Psalm 23, Part 2 (C. M. D., 3 st.)
Resignation (William Walker)
  • My sorrows, like a flood
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, Confession and Pardon (S. M., st. 3 of 17)
Boxford (Timothy Swan) 1801
Medford (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
Medford (Samuel Holyoke) 1804
New Suffield (Stephen Jenks) 1805
Norwich (Oliver Brownson) 1786
Roxbury (1802) (Daniel Belknap) 1802
  • My soul lies cleaving to the dust
– Psalm 119, Part 16 (C. M., 6 st.)
Hundred and Nineteenth Psalm (Oliver Holden) 1796
My soul lies cleaving to the dust (Thomas Jarman) 1812
Vienna (Daniel Read) 1785
  • My soul the great Creator Praise
– Psalm 104 (88. 88. 88., 24 st.)
Camden (William Billings) 1786
  • My soul, come meditate the day
– Hymn 61, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Dryden (Daniel Read) 1807
Hollis (Oliver Holden) 1799
North Salem (Stephen Jenks) 1804
  • My soul, how lovely is the place
– Psalm 84, Part 3 (C. M., 9 st.)
My soul, how lovely is the place (Thomas Clark) 1807
  • My soul, thy great Creator praise
– Psalm 104 (L. M., 28 st.)
Dover (Timothy Swan) 1792
My soul, thy great Creator praise (John Moreton)
Psalm 104 (James Lyon)
  • My thoughts surmount these lower skies
– Hymn 162, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Paradise (John Cole) 1807
Ringe (Samuel Holyoke) 1791
  • My thoughts, that often mount the skies
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 6, Death and Eternity (C. M., 9 st.)
Calvary (Daniel Read) 1799
  • Naked as from the earth we came
– Hymn 5, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 4 st.)
Dover (Daniel Belknap) 1802
  • Nature, with all her powers, shall sing
– Hymn 1, Bk. 2 (L. M., 10 st.)
China (Samuel Babcock) 1793
Incense (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • No more, my God, I boast no more
– Hymn 109, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Pleasant Street (William Billings) 1770
  • No, I shall envy them no more
– Hymn 56, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Albany (Daniel Read) 1785
  • Not from the dust afflictions grow
– Hymn 83, Bk. 1 (C. M., 4 st.)
Macedonia (Oliver Holden) 1796
  • Not to condemn the sons of men
– Hymn 100, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Spring Street (Daniel Belknap) 1802
Westfield (William Billings) 1770
  • Not to our names, Thou only just and true
– Psalm 115, Part 1 (10 10. 10 10. 10 10, 6 st.)
Byford (Oliver Brownson) 1795
Halifax (William Billings) 1779
  • Now for a tune of lofty praise
– Hymn 43, Bk. 2 (L. M., 7 st.)
Norfolk (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Now in the heat of youthful blood
– Hymn 91, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Precept (Walter Janes) 1807
  • Now let our mournful songs record
– Psalm 22, Part 3 (L. M., 6 st.)
Crucifixion (Samuel Babcock) 1803
Crucifixion (Walter Janes) 1803
Lower Falls (Daniel Belknap) 1797
  • Now let the Lord my savior smile
– Hymn 50, Bk. 2 (L. M., 6 st.)
Contentment (Oliver Holden) 1796
Smyrna (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Now may my head be lifted high
– Psalm 27, Part 1 (C. M., st. 5 of 5)
Pittston (Supply Belcher) 1797
Assurance (William Billings) 1804
Exaltation (Walter Janes) 1807
Victory (Daniel Read) 1799
  • Now shall my inward joy arise
– Hymn 39, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Africa (William Billings) 1799
Carlisle (Daniel Belknap) 1800
New Salem (Oliver Holden) 1793
Washington-Street (William Billings) 1794
Westfield (Elias Mann)
  • Now to the Lord a noble song
– Hymn 47, Bk. 2 (L. M., 6 st.)
Appleton (Timothy Swan) 1801
Now to the Lord a noble song (A. Jenkins)
Now to the Lord a noble song (Mersham) (Thomas Clark) 1809
Now to the Lord a noble song (Ramsgate) (Thomas Clark) 1806
Stoneham (Daniel Belknap) 1806
  • Now to the Lord, that makes us know
– Hymn 61, Bk. 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
Georgia (1770) (William Billings) 1770
Persia (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Now to the power of God supreme
– Hymn 137, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
Now to the power of God supreme (William Billings) 1770
Waltham (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Now to the shining realms above
– Hymn 1, Bk. 2 (L. M., st. 4 of 5)
Paradise (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • O all ye nations, praise the Lord
– Psalm 117, Part 1 (C. M., 2 st.)
Norwalk (Daniel Read) 1785
Palermo (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
Trinity New (William Billings) 1779
  • O bless the Lord, my soul
– Psalm 103, Part 3 (S. M., 6 st.)
Havre (Oliver Holden) 1796
  • O blessed souls are they
– Psalm 32, Part 1 (S. M., 4 st.)
Copeland (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
  • O for a shout of sacred joy
– Psalm 47 (C. M., 6 st.)
O for a shout of sacred joy (Thomas Clark) 1807
  • O God of grace and righteousness
– Psalm 4, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Lamentation (Walter Janes) 1803
  • O God our help in ages past
– Psalm 90, Part 1 (C. M., 9 st.)
O God our help in ages past (Charles Villiers Stanford)
O God, our help in ages past (Charles Gounod)
O God, our help in ages past (William Croft)
  • O God, to whom revenge belongs
– Psalm 94, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Newport (Oliver Brownson) 1783
  • O happy nation, where the Lord
– Psalm 33, Part 2 (88. 88. 88., 4 st.)
Oxford (William Billings) 1779
  • O Lord, our heavenly King
– Psalm 8, Part 1 (S. M., 8 st.)
Psalm 8 (Amos Bull) 1795
  • O that I knew the secret place
– Hymn 2, Bk. 4 (C. M., 6 st.)
O that I knew the secret place (Harborough) (Thomas Clark) 1808
O that I knew the secret place (Orford) (Thomas Clark) 1809
  • O that the Lord would guide my ways
– Psalm 119, Part 11 (C. M., 5 st.)
Dover (Daniel Read) 1797
  • O wash my soul from every sin
– Psalm 51, Part 1 (L. M., st. 3 of 6)
Goshen (Stephen Jenks) 1807
  • O! the delights, the heavenly joys
– Hymn 91, Bk. 2 (L. M., 9 st.)
Malabar (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
  • O, if my soul was formed for woe
– Hymn 106, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Walpole (Abraham Wood) 1787
Berkshire (Ephraim Reed) 1817
  • O, the delights, the heavenly joys
– Hymn 91, Bk. 2 (L. M., 9 st.)
Hope (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • O, the sweet wonders of that cross
– Hymn 10, Bk. 3 (L. M., st. 5 of 6)
The Cross (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Of all the joys that mortals know
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 72, Love to Christ, Present or Absent (L. M., 8 st.)
Andover (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Of justice and of grace I sing
– Psalm 101, Part 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Bancroft (Oliver Brownson) 1797
  • Oft have I sat in secret sighs
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 17, A Sight of Heaven in Sickness (C. M., 9 st.)
Despondency (Walter Janes) 1807
  • Oft I am told the muse will prove
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 80, Bewailing My Own Inconstancy (L. M., st. 5 of 10)
Moreen (Timothy Swan) 1801
  • Once more, my soul, the rising day
– Hymn 6, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Morning (Oliver Holden) 1800
Morning Hymn (Samuel Babcock) 1800
Morning Hymn (Samuel Babcock) 1803
Morning Hymn (William Billings) 1794
  • Our days are as the grass
– Psalm 103, Part 4 (S. M., st. 7 of 8)
Russell (Timothy Swan) 1801
  • Our days, alas! our mortal days
– Hymn 39, Bk. 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Pawtuxet (Jacob French) 1789
  • Our moments fly apace
– Psalm 90, Part 4 (S. M., st. 3 of 5)
Milton (Daniel Belknap) 1800
Our moments fly apace (Elisha West)
Somers (Stephen Jenks) 1804
Tribulation (Walter Janes) 1801
  • Our sins, alas! How strong they be
– Hymn 86, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Blendon (Daniel Belknap) 1806
Repose (Stephen Jenks) 1804
  • Out of the deeps of long distress
– Psalm 130, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
Camden (Daniel Read) 1795
Philippi (Oliver Holden) 1799
  • Pardon and grace and boundless love
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 47, The Law and Gospel (L. M., st. 3 of 6)
Intercession (Samuel Babcock) 1820
  • Praise ye the Lord, 'tis good to raise
– Psalm 147, Part 1 (L. M., 8 st.)
Paris (William Billings) 1799
  • Praise ye the Lord, my heart shall join
– Psalm 146, Part 1 (L. M., 7 st.)
Hampton (Ebenezer Child) 1804
  • Praise, everlasting praise, be paid
– Hymn 60, Bk. 2 (L. M., 8 st.)
Brest (William Billings) 1779
  • Raise your triumphant songs
– Hymn 104, Bk. 2 (S. M., 6 st.)
Elevation (Samuel Babcock) 1803
Raise your triumphant songs (Thomas Clark) 1805
  • Rejoice, ye shining worlds on high
– Psalm 24, Part 2 (L. M., st. 5 of 7)
Dedham (William Billings) 1770
Dedham (William Billings) 1794
Northampton (Jacob French) 1802
  • Remember, Lord, our mortal state
– Psalm 89, Part 6 (L. M., 4 st.)
Delaware (William Billings) 1804
  • Return, O God of love, return
– Psalm 90, Part 3 (C. M., 4 st.)
Hampshire (1779) (William Billings) 1779
Ronda (Timothy Swan) 1801
  • Rise, says the Prince of mercy, rise
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 31, Confession and Pardon (S. M., st. 16 of 17)
Hamburg (Samuel Babcock) 1795
  • Salvation! O the joyful sound
– Hymn 88, Bk. 2 (C. M., 3 st.)
Penbury (Aaron Williams)
Gilead (William Billings) 1794
  • Save me, O God, the swelling floods
– Psalm 69, Part 1 (C. M., 12 st.)
Danville (Stephen Jenks) 1805
Sutton (Ezra Goff) 1797
  • Say, mighty love, and teach my song
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 2, No. 3, Few Happy Matches (886. 886., 9 st.)
Holland (Daniel Read) 1785
  • See what a living stone
– Psalm 118, Part 5 (S. M., 6 st.)
Stafford (Daniel Read) 1799
  • See where he languished on the cross
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 68, Love On a Cross and a Throne (L. M., st. 2 of 6)
Southborough (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • Send comforts down from Thy right hand
– Hymn 16, Bk. 2 (L. M., st. 6 of 6)
Temple (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Shall the vile race of flesh and blood
– Hymn 82, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
Naples (Daniel Read) 1799
Orland (Daniel Belknap) 1808
  • Shall we go on to sin
– Hymn 106, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 3 st.)
Hartfield (Samuel Holyoke) 1804
Hingham (William Billings) 1770
Interrogation (Ebenezer Child) 1804
Weymouth (William Billings) 1794
  • Shall wisdom cry aloud
– Hymn 92, Bk. 1 (S. M., 8 st.)
Framingham (William Billings) 1779
  • Shepherds rejoice, lift up your eyes
– Hymn 4, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
Shepherds rejoice, lift up your eyes (Stephen Jarvis)
Shepherds, rejoice (Leonard P. Breedlove)
Shepherds, rejoice, and send your fears away (James Leach)
Alstead (Oliver Holden) 1788
  • Shout to the Lord, and let our joys
– Hymn 92, Bk. 2 (C. M., 8 st.)
Byfield (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
  • Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive
– Psalm 51, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Babylon streams (Psalm 51) (Thomas Campion)
Brownford (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
Georgia (1779) (William Billings) 1779
Repentance (Walter Janes) 1807
  • Silent I waited with long-suffering love
– Psalm 50, Part 5 (10 10. 10 10. 10 10, st. 8 of 9)
Terror (Jacob French) 1802
  • Sing to the Lord Jehovah's name
– Psalm 95, Part 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Medway (William Billings) 1778
North Kingston (Samuel Babcock) 1803
Sing to the Lord Jehovah's name (Deddington) (Thomas Clark) 1805
  • Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands
– Psalm 96, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Sing to the Lord (Gustav Holst)
Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands (Thomas Clark) 1817
Winsor (Daniel Read) 1787
  • Sing to the Lord, ye heavenly hosts
– Hymn 62, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Malden (Daniel Belknap) 1797
Westborough (Samuel Babcock) 1793
  • Sing, all ye nations, to the Lord
– Psalm 66, Part 1 (C. M., 8 st.)
Genoe (Ephraim Reed) 1817
  • Sinners, awake betimes
– Psalm 50, Part 5 (10 10. 10 10. 10 10, st. 9 of 9)
Admonition (Daniel Read) 1805
  • Some seraph, lend your heavenly tongue
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 30, The Infinite (C. M., 7 st.)
Salem (Oliver Holden) 1800
Salem (Oliver Holden) 1803
Salem (Oliver Holden) 1808
  • Some walk in honor's gaudy show
– Psalm 39, Part 2 (C. M., st. 4, 6 of 6)
Religion (Stephen Jenks) 1804
  • Soon as I heard my Father say
– Psalm 27, Part 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Lyme (Daniel Read) 1785
Soon as I heard my Father say (Thomas Jarman) 1812
  • Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears
– Hymn 77, Bk. 2 (L. M., 6 st.)
Gospel Armor (Oliver Holden) 1803
Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears (John Massey)
Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears (William Perry)
  • Stoop down my thoughts, that use to rise
– Hymn 28, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Warren (Daniel Read) 1788
Dissolution (Samuel Babcock) 1795
Stoop down, my thoughts, that used to rise (John Massey)
  • Sure there's a righteous God
– Psalm 73, Part 4 (S. M., 10 st.)
Pownal (Timothy Swan) 1805
  • Sweet is the day of sacred rest
– Psalm 92, Part 1 (L. M., st. 2 of 7)
Declaration (Jacob French) 1804
Devotion (Daniel Read) 1787
  • Sweet is the memory of Thy grace
– Psalm 145, Part 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Lynn (William Billings) 1770
Sweet is the memory of thy grace (Almond Woolf)
  • Sweet is the work
– Psalm 92, Part 1 (L. M., 7 st.)
Sweet is the work (John J. McClellan)
Sabbath (Daniel Read) 1785
Brattle Street (1786) (William Billings) 1786
Portland (Timothy Swan) 1807
Rapture (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Take my poor heart just as it is
– Source unknown
Take my poor heart just as it is (Benjamin Milgrove) 1768
  • Teach me the measure of my days
– Psalm 39, Part 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Cobham (William Billings) 1794
Penobscot (Daniel Belknap) 1806
  • Teach me the measure of my days
– Psalm 39, Part 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Vanity (Jacob French) 1802
  • That awful day will surely come
– Hymn 107, Bk. 2 (C. M., 8 st.)
Hadley (Joseph Stone) 1788
  • That man is blest, who stands in awe
– Psalm 112, Part 1 (88. 88. 88, 6 st.)
Ripton (Daniel Read) 1785
  • The God of glory sends His summons forth
– Psalm 50, Part 6 (10 10. 10 10. 10 10, 15 st.)
Camden (Oliver Holden) 1795
Judgment (Timothy Swan) 1801
Newington (Stephen Jenks) 1805
Resurrection (Daniel Read) 1795
Wrentham (William Billings) 1782
York (Oliver Brownson) 1804
  • The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
– Psalm 19, Part 3 (L. M., 6 st.)
Psalm 19 (Thurlow Weed)
  • The hill of Zion yields
– Hymn 30, Bk. 2 (S. M., st. 9 of 10)
Concord (Oliver Holden) 1799
  • The law by Moses came
– Hymn 118, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 5 st.)
Kingston (Daniel Read) 1788
  • The little hills, on every side
– Psalm 65, Part 5 (C. M., st. 4 of 6)
East Needham (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • The Lord Jehovah reigns
– Hymn 169, Bk. 2 (66.66.88, 4 st.)
Berlin (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • The Lord Jehovah reigns
– Psalm 93, Part 3 (668. 668., 5 st.)
Government (Timothy Swan) 1801
Majesty (Walter Janes) 1807
New Canaan (Oliver Holden) 1788
Savoy (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
The Lord Jehovah reigns (James Shoubridge)
  • The Lord my Shepherd is
– Psalm 23, Part 3 (S. M., 6 st.)
Hampton (Stephen Jenks) 1818
Lamberton (Nehemiah Shumway) 1816
Scotland (Timothy Swan) 1801
The Lord my shepherd is (Thomas Clark) 1806
The Lord my shepherd is (Thomas Firth)
  • The Lord of glory is my light
– Psalm 27, Part 1 (C. M., 5 st.)
The Lord of glory is my light (Thomas Jarman) 1812
  • The Lord of glory reigns, he reigns on high
– Psalm 93, Part 2 (10 10. 10 10. 11 11., 3 st.)
Middlesex (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • The Lord, how fearful is his name
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 46, Sovereignty and Grace (C. M., 7 st.)
Lancaster (Nehemiah Shumway) 1793
  • The Lord, the Judge, before His throne
– Psalm 50, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Judgment (Nehemiah Shumway) 1814
  • The Lord, the Judge, his churches warns
– Psalm 50, Part 4 (L. M., 6 st.)
Stratford (Daniel Read) 1782
  • The Lord, the Sovereign, sends his summons forth
– Psalm 50, Part 5 (10 10. 10 10. 10. 10, 9 st.)
Carthagena (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
Shrewsbury (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • The man is ever blessed
– Psalm 1, Part 2 (S. M., 6 st.)
Psalm 1 (Thurlow Weed)
  • The opening heavens around me shine
– Hymn 54, Bk. 2 (C. M., st. 3 of 5)
Opening Heavens (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • The swelling billows know their bounds
– Psalm 104 (L. M., st. 6 of 28)
Syria (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • The world's foundations by His hand
– Psalm 104 (L. M., st. 4 of 28)
Monticello (Daniel Read) 1805
  • Thee we adore, eternal name
– Hymn 55, Bk. 2 (C. M., 7 st.)
Human Frailty (Daniel Read) 1785
Mendon (Daniel Belknap) 1802
  • There is a house not made with hands
– Hymn 110, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 5 st.)
Bedford (Ezra Goff) 1806
Saybrook (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • There is a land of pure delight
– Hymn 66, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Hanley Green (Oliver Holden) 1806
Jordan (William Billings) 1799
Shoreham (Daniel Belknap) 1800
There is a land of pure delight (John Bacchus Dykes)
There is a land of pure delight (William Marsh)
  • Think now, dear Jesus
– Source unknown
Think now, dear Jesus (Benjamin Milgrove) 1781
  • Think, mighty God, on feeble man
– Psalm 89, Part 7 (88. 88. 88., 4 st.)
Durham (Daniel Belknap) 1802
Euphrates (Oliver Holden) 1803
Mansfield (William Billings) 1804
Patmos (Timothy Swan) 1801
Sudbury (Daniel Read) 1785
  • This is the glorious day
– Psalm 118, Part 5 (S. M., st. 4 of 6)
Hosanna (Walter Janes) 1803
Lord's Day (Oliver Holden) 1799
  • This life's a dream, an empty show
– Psalm 17, Part 2 (L. M., st. 4 of 6)
Contrast (Oliver Holden) 1797
Mount Vernon (John Cole) 1803
Sardis (Ezra Goff) 1805
Smithfield (Daniel Read) 1805
  • Those glorious minds, how bright they shine
– Hymn 41, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Eden (William Billings) 1786
Rocky-Nook (William Billings) 1794
  • Thou sacred one, almighty three
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 44, God Only Known to Himself (L. M., st. 2 of 6)
Chelsea (Samuel Holyoke) 1792
  • Thou whom my soul admires above
– Hymn 67, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
Ashham (William Billings) 1778
  • Thou wilt reveal the paths of life
– Psalm 16, Part 5 (C. M., st. 3 of 6)
Hinsdale (Samuel Holyoke) 1799
  • Throned on a cloud our God shall come
– Psalm 50, Part 1 (C. M., st. 3 of 6)
Newmark (Daniel Belknap) 1800
  • Through every age, eternal God
– Psalm 90, Part 5 (L. M., 8 st.)
Stratfield (Ezra Goff) 1799
  • Thus far the Lord has led me on
– Hymn 80, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Purchase Street (1779) (William Billings) 1779
Worship (Thus far the Lord has led me on) (Anonymous)
  • Thus Gabriel sang, and straight around
– Hymn 4, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., st. 5 of 8)
Nativity (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Thus saith the first, the great command
– Hymn 116, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Scituate (William Billings) 1770
  • Thus saith the high and lofty one
– Hymn 87, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
Monson (Daniel Belknap) 1806
Petersburgh (William Billings) 1799
  • Thus saith the Ruler of the skies
– Hymn 83, Bk. 2 (C. M., 5 st.)
Hampton (Samuel Holyoke) 1803
Resignation (William Billings) 1804
  • Thy words the raging wind control
– Psalm 89, Part 2 (C. M., st. 4 of 6)
Virginia (Oliver Brownson) 1799
Thy words the raging winds control (Zedekiah Sanger)
  • Time, what an empty vapor 'tis
– Hymn 58, Bk. 2 (C. M., 7 st.)
Broad Cove (William Billings) 1794
Dorchester (William Billings) 1790
Brevity (Abraham Wood) 1800
  • Tis by the faith of joys to come
– Hymn 129, Bk. 2 (L. M., 4 st.)
Unity (William Billings) 1770
  • Tis by thy strength the mountains stand
– Psalm 65, Part 4 (C. M., 5 st.)
'Tis by thy strength the mountains stand (Thomas Clark) 1810
Rainbow (Timothy Swan) 1799
  • Tis god that lifts our comforts high
– Hymn 5, Bk. 1 (C. M., st. 3 of 5)
Wilmington (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • Tis pleasant as the morning dew
– Psalm 133, Part 1 ( C. M., st. 3 of 4)
Lewis-Town (William Billings) 1794
  • Tis pure delight without alloy
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 75, Ascending to Him in Heaven (C. M., 6 st.)
Aspiration (Abraham Wood) 1793
  • Tis with a mournful pleasure now
– Psalm 42, Part 1 (C. M., st. 4 of 0)
Eastham (Daniel Read) 1788
  • To bring the glorious news
– Hymn 3, Bk. 1 (S. M., st. 4 of 9)
Dartmouth (Stephen Jenks) 1809
  • To God the Father, God the Son
– Hymn 32, Bk. 3 (L. M., 1 st.)
Adoration (William Billings) 1804
Doxology (Daniel Read) 1788
  • To God the only wise
– Hymn 51, Bk. 1, Part 1 (S. M., 5 st.)
Attleborough (William Billings) 1770
Lima (Samuel Babcock) 1803
  • To God, the great, the ever-blessed
– Psalm 106, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Malden (William Billings) 1770
  • To Him who chose us first
– Hymn 39, Bk. 3 (88. 88. 44. 44., 3 st.)
No. 45 (William Billings) 1770
  • To spend one sacred day
– Psalm 84, Part 4 (66. 66. 44. 44., st. 5 of 7)
Adams (William Billings) 1794
  • To thine almighty arm we owe
– Psalm 18, Part 5 (C. M., 6 st.)
Victory (William Billings) 1794
  • To this dear Surety's hand
– Hymn 150, Bk. 1 (66. 66. 88., st. 6 of 12)
Surety (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Touch, heavenly Word, O touch these curious souls
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 25, True Learning (Irreg., st. 4 of 10)
Athens (Jacob French) 1806
  • Turn, turn us, mighty God
– Hymn 74, Bk. 2 (S. M., st. 5 of 6)
Turn, turn us, mighty God (William Tansur)
  • Twas from thy hand, my God, I came
– Psalm 139, Part 2 (L. M., 8 st.)
Litchfield (Oliver Brownson) 1788
  • Twas on that dark, that doleful night
– Hymn 1, Bk. 3 (L. M., 7 st.)
Brookfield (William Billings) 1778
  • Upward I lift mine eyes
– Psalm 121 (66. 66. 44. 44., 4 st.)
Upward I lift mine eyes (Thomas Clark) 1810
  • We are a garden
– Hymn 74, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 7 st.)
Kimbolton (We are a garden) (Anonymous)
Beauty (Jacob French) 1789
  • We love thee, Lord, and we adore
– Psalm 18, Part 4 (C. M., 8 st.)
Eighteenth Psalm (William Billings) 1770
  • Welcome, sweet day of rest
– Hymn 14, Bk. 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Amiens (Oliver Holden) 1803
Dauphin (Jacob French) 1797
Derry (Ezra Goff) 1806
Lisbon (Daniel Read) 1799
Welcome, sweet day of rest (Thanet) (Thomas Clark) 1809
  • What is our God, or what his name
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 35, God Supreme and Self-Sufficient (L. M., 6 st.)
Syracuse (Samuel Holyoke) 1804
  • What mighty man, or mighty God
– Hymn 28, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Idumea (Oliver Holden) 1793
  • What shall I render to my God
– Psalm 116, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Bolton (Ebenezer Child) 1804
Gratitude (Jacob French) 1802
Gratitude (Samuel Babcock) 1803
Gratitude (Samuel Babcock) 1805
  • When God restored our captive state
– Psalm 126, Part 1 (L. M., 4 st.)
Joy Was Our Song (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • When God revealed His gracious name
– Psalm 126, Part 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Charlestown (Daniel Read) 1785
North Bolton (Jacob French) 1802
Transition (Oliver Holden) 1796
When God revealed his gracious name (Supply Belcher)
  • When I my inward guilt suppressed
– Psalm 32, Part 2 (C. M., st. 4 of 6)
Exeter (William Billings) 1790
  • When I survey the wondrous cross
– Hymn 7, Bk. 3 (L. M., 5 st.)
When I survey the wondrous cross (Christopher W. Hart)
When I survey the wondrous cross (Thomas Jarman) 1840
  • When I with pleasing wonder stand
– Psalm 139, Part 5 (C. M., 5 st.)
Creation (William Billings) 1779
  • When man grows bold in sin
– Psalm 36, Part 3 (S. M., 7 st.)
Asia (Daniel Read) 1788
  • When midnight darkness veils the skies
– Psalm 119, Part 4 (C. M., st. 4 of 4)
Acceptance (Oliver Holden) 1797
  • When shall Thy lovely face be seen
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 79, Come, Lord Jesus (C. M., 12 st.)
Pennsylvania (Nehemiah Shumway) 1820
  • When the fierce north wind with his airy forces
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 40, The Day of Judgment (10 10. 10 6., 9 st.)
Sappho (William Billings) 1770
  • When the great Builder arched the skies
– Hymn 24, Bk. 2 (C. M., 7 st.)
Citation (Ebenezer Child) 1804
  • When, overwhelmed with grief
– Psalm 61 (S. M., 4 st.)
When, overwhelmed with grief (Aylesford) (Thomas Clark) 1808
When, overwhelmed with grief (from A Seventh Set of Psalm Tunes) (Thomas Clark)
  • Where are the mourners, saith the Lord
– Hymn 154, Bk. 2 (L. M., 5 st.)
St. John's (William Billings) 1794
  • Where nothing dwelt but beasts of prey
– Psalm 107, Part 6 (L. M., st. 3 of 9)
Whitestown (Where nothing dwelt but beasts of prey) (Howd)
  • While of Thy absence we complain
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 72, Love to Christ, Present or Absent (L. M., st. 6, 7 of 8)
Sweet Complaint (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Who shall ascend thy heavenly place
– Psalm 15, Part 2 (L. M., 7 st.)
Who shall ascend thy heavenly place (John Massey)
  • Who shall the Lord's elect condemn
– Hymn 14, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 6 st.)
Providence (William Billings) 1770
St Elisha's (William Billings) 1770
  • Why did the nations join to slay
– Psalm 2, Part 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Adams (Daniel Read) 1793
Brunswick (William Billings) 1778
  • Why do we mourn departing friends
– Hymn 3, Bk. 2 (C. M., 6 st.)
Alarm (Stephen Jenks) 1803
China (Timothy Swan) 1819
Funeral Hymn (Oliver Holden) 1799
Monmouth (Jacob French) 1793
Northborough (Daniel Belknap) 1800
Why do we mourn departing friends? (Thomas Clark) 1805
  • Why is my heart so far from Thee
– Hymn 20, Bk. 2 (C. M., 10 st.)
Cana (Oliver Holden) 1803
  • Why should the children of a King
– Hymn 144, Bk. 1, Part 1 (C. M., 4 st.)
Smyrna (Oliver Holden) 1806
  • Why should the children of a king
– Hymn 144, Bk. 1 (C. M., 4 st.)
Why should the children of a king (John Fawcett)
  • Why should we start and fear to die
– Hymn 31, Bk. 2 (C. M., 4 st.)
Why should we start and fear to die (Richard Taylor)
  • With cheerful voice I sing
– Hymn 148, Bk. 1, Part 1 (66.66.88., 5 st.)
Royalston (Abraham Wood) 1779
  • With earnest longings of the mind
– Psalm 42, Part 1 (C. M., 6 st.)
Dunstable (William Billings) 1778
  • With thanks approach His awful sight
– Psalm 95, Part 2 (C. M., st. 2 of 6)
Wallbrook (Aaron Williams)
  • Worthy the Lamb that died, they cry
– Hymn 62, Bk. 1 (C. M., st. 2 of 5)
Commemoration (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Ye birds of lofty wing
– Psalm 148, Part 3 (S. M., st. 10 of 16)
Orange (Timothy Swan) 1797
  • Ye heavenly gates, loose all your chains
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 79, Come, Lord Jesus (C. M., st. 3 of 12)
Desire of Nations (Oliver Holden) 1800
  • Ye holy souls, in God rejoice
– Psalm 33, Part 1 (88. 88. 88., 4 st.)
Braintree (William Billings) 1770
Pembrook New (William Billings) 1770
  • Ye slumb'ring saints, a heav'nly host
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 79, Come, Lord Jesus (C. M., st. 10 of 12)
Great-Plain (William Billings) 1794
  • Ye sons of Adam, vain and young
– Hymn 89, Bk. 1, Part 1 (L. M., 5 st.)
Minden (Jacob French) 1802
  • Ye sons of men, a feeble race
– Psalm 91, Part 2 (C. M., 8 st.)
Victory (William Billings) 1794
  • Ye that delight to serve the Lord
– Psalm 113, Part 1 (88. 88. 88., 4 st.)
Cambridge (William Billings) 1779
Ontario (Oliver Brownson) 1797
  • Ye that obey the immortal King
– Psalm 134 (C. M., 3 st.)
Austria (Samuel Holyoke) 1799
  • Ye tribes of Adam, join
– Psalm 148, Part 1 (66. 66. 44. 44., 10 st.)
East Sudbury (William Billings) 1794
Lenox (Lewis Edson) 1799
Lyme (Timothy Swan) 1801
Wethersfield (Justin Morgan) 1791
  • Yet, gracious God
– Lyric Poems, Bk. 1, No. 78, Hope in Darkness (Irreg., 4 st.)
Lancaster (Abraham Wood) 1793