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made from the “Church Psalmody," by Messrs. Mason and Green; from the General Assembly's Psalms and Hymns; the “Village Hymns;" “ Sacred Lyrics," by Mr. Beman; Dr. Dwight's Psalms and Hymns; and Hymns by Dr. Alexander. The book is committed to the blessing of God, with the prayer that it may be one of the aids by which the great ends of the family organization may be secured; and a means by which the worship of God may be extended and perpetuated amidst the families of this land,

A. B.

Philadelphia, Feb. 5, 1833.

From Greenland's icy mountains
From all that dwell below the skies
From earliest dawn of life

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God of the morning, at thy voice
God of my life, my morning song
Great God! my early vows to thee
Great God, to thee my ev'ning song
Glory to thee, my God, this night
God of our fathers, by whose hand
Great God! this sacred day of thine
Great God, we sing thy mighty hand
God of our life, thy various praise
Great God, at thy command
Great Saviour, let thy power divine
Great Sun of righteousness arise
Guide O, thou great Jehovah
Great God, whose universal sway
Great God, I own thy sentence just

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Hosanna with a cheerful sound
Hail happy day! thou day of holy rest
Hark the voice of love and mercy
Hark-that shout of rapturous joy
How pleasant 'tis to see
How still and peaceful is the grave
How pleasing is the voice
How soft the words my Saviour speaks
How vain are all things here below
Hail sacred truth! whose piercing eyes
Here, precious Lord, the sacred word
How shall the young secure their hearts
How bless'd the righteous when he dies
Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims
How blest is our brother bereft
How short and hasty is our life
Heav'n is the land where troubles cease

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Indulgent God, whose bounteous care
Indulgent Father, by whose care
In mercy Lord, remember me
Inspirer and hearer of prayer
In all my vast concerns with thee
In this calm impressive hour
Is there a time when moments flow
I love to steal awhile away

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Religion is the chief concern
Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings

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