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Suffield31bC.M.Teach me the measure of my days
The Trumpet5712sThe Chariot! the chariot! its wheels roll in fireJ. Williams
Repose1518, 7The Lamb appears to wipe our tears
Garden Hymn908, 8, 6The Lord into his garden comes
Intercession324bS.M.The Lord is ris'n indeedT. C. Moffett
Easter Anthem189The Lord is ris'n indeedBillings
Cross of Christ35C.M.D.The cross of Christ inspires my heartL. P. Breedlove
Evening Shade46S.M.The day is past and gone
Day of Judgment84b11, 11, 6, 6, 7, 6The day of the Lord--the day of salvation
Prospect of Heaven248, 7, 8, 8, 7The faithless world promiscuous flowsA. Grambling
Zion's Light2707, 6The glorious light of Zion
Mount Zion175S.M.The hill of Zion yieldsBrown
Ode on Science210The morning sun shines from the east
The Spiritual Sailor417, 6The people called ChristiansI. Neighbours
Millennium7512, 12, 12, 13The time is soon comingWm. Walker
Hicks' Farewell19C.M.The time is swiftly rolling onWm. Walker
The Watchman's Call65L.M.The watchmen blow the trumpet roundWm. Walker
Happy Land89b6, 4, 6, 4, 6, 7, 6, 4There is a happy landLeonard P. Breedlove
Land of Pleasure637, 8There is a land of pleasureDavison & Walker
Rochester279C.M.There is a land of pure delight
Immensity319L.M.There is a world we have not seenCaldwell
The Romish Lady827, 6There was a Romish lady
Welch1098, 4There's a friend above all others, O, how he loves!
Glasgow295L.M.This Life's a dream, an empty showDare
Woodland110C.M. or 8, 6, 8, 8, 6This world's not all a fleeting show
Kedron3bL.M.Thou Man of grief, remember me
Funeral Thought25713, 12, 11Thou are gone to the grave--but we will not deplore theeCaldwell
Hymn16013, 12, 11Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore theeDr. John Clarke
Thou art Gone to the Grave16013, 12, 11Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore theeDr. John Clarke
Thou Art Passing Away32911sThou art passing awayRev. George Coles
Welton153bL.M.Thou great instructor, lest I strayMalan
Rhode Island1458, 8, 6Thou great, mysterious God unknown
Sweet Gliding Kedron20011sThou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamWm. Houser
Confidence3310, 10, 11, 11Though troubles assail, and dangers affright
Captain Kidd506, 6, 6, 3, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 3Through all the world below
Hebron288L.M.Thus far the Lord has led me on
Rockingham [1]168L.M.Thy praise, O Lord, shall tune the lyreLowell Mason
Ocean180Thy works of glory, mighty LordSwan
Duke Street291L.M.Tis by the faith of joys to comeHutton
Sherburne280bL.M.To God our voices let us raise
Bower of Prayer7011sTo leave my dear friends, and with neighbors to partRicherson & Walker
Oh Turn, Sinner263L.M.Today if you will hear his voice
Meditation4L.M.Today, if you will hear his voice


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