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Frequent enquiries for a Temperance Hymn Book have led to this compilation. Wesley said years ago, it was a pity Satan should have all the best tunes. The same may as properly be said of songs, which have contributed much to intemperance. Surely it is time that both music and song which have been thus perverted, should at once be rescued to the aid of temperance. The numerous beautiful poetical effusions on the subject, now enable us to present a valuable compilation. It is hoped that it will prove acceptable and useful to the American public; - valuable not only in temperance meetings, but in families, forming the minds and hearts of children and youth to an abhorrence of those intoxicating drinks, which have slain their millions. New-York, April 1, 1841.
Temperance Hymn Book And Minstrels, Index & Page Numbers.
Deduct 100 from the numbers show to get the original page numbers from the book.
|Title Page Copyright Notice CONTENTS PREFACE Father, how wide thy glory shines, Sing how eternal Love - 0108.htm Come, ye that know and fear the Lord, Holy, holy, holy Lord Kir - 0109.htm Be present at our meeting, Lord - 0110.htm To Thee, 0 merciful and just, We come, our Father, to thy throne - 0111.htm Gracious God, to thee belong Pleyel's Hymn - 0112.htm Blow ye the trumpet, blow Jubilee - 0113.htm God in the Gospel of his Son, Now begin the heavenly theme,What shall the dying sinner do - 0114.htm Hark ! the herald angels sing Wilson, See from Zion's sacred mountain Grenville - 0115.htm Hark ! hark ye ! 0 listen - St. Denis - 0116.htm Vain man. on foolish pleasure bent - 0117.htm Intemp'rance, like a raging flood - 0118.htm Hand me the bowl! ye jovial band - 0119.htm Help us to feel for drunken man, Stretch'd on a heap of straw, his bed - 0120.htm How long, 0 God, how long - 0121.htm Only this once the wine-cup glowed Hamburg - 0122.htm Go, self-polluted loathsome wretch Melody, When we think of chill starvation Mount Vernon - 0123.htm Thou liquid fire ! like that which glowed - 0124.htm Mid sorrows and sadness Home, sweet home, - 0125.htm Mournful and sad upon my ear Ballermo - 0126.htm Stop, poor sinners, stop and think, Ye captives once to sin and shame - 0127.htm Son of sorrow! son of sorrow Mount Vernon - 0128.htm All ye who laugh and sport with death, Through all the various passing scenes - 0129.htm There was a time, there was a time - 0130.htm 0, thou source of ills unnumbered - Middleton, There's a blessing on the wing - 0131.htm Though sore beset with guilt and fear - 0132.htm Hail, temp'rance ! fair celestial ray - 0133.htm I heard a voice from heaven, The temp'rance trumpet blow - 0134.htm Lo ! Zion droops in vain in vain, Sons and daughters of the pilgrims Zion - 0135.htm Long and gloomy was the night PleyeVs Hymn, There sprang a tree of deadly name Luther's Hymn - 0136.htm Round the temp'rance standard rally Zion - 0137.htm Daughter of nations ! awake from thy slumb's Daughter, Pledge in a noble cause - 0138.htm Blow the temp'rance trumpet, blow, Watchman, tell us of the night - 0139.htm The Pledge ! the Pledge ! the mighty rock - 0140.htm 0, 'tis a joyful sound to hear Mead, The blessings of the bounteous God - 0141.htm O'er Arabia's dreary sands, Source of being ! Holy Father - 0142.htm This day, 0 God, thy blessed hand - 0143.htm Rise and shine through every nation Oliphant - 0144.htm Onward ! onward ! band victorious Westborough - 0145.htm Come, ye messengers of mercy - Littleton, 0 that the Lord would hear. - 0146.htm How bright the page where every thought - 0147.htm - 0148.htm A beacon has been lighted - Romaine - 0149.htm Let Temperance and her sons rejoice - Sterling, On this glad day, 0 God, we would - 0150.htm Hosannas, Lord, to thee we sing, How long shall virtue languish - Romaine - 0151.htm Friends of freedom, swell the song - Wallace, - 0152.htm Praise to the Lord on high - Weymouth, If one bright spot there is on earth - 0153.htm Parent of the great creation - Middleton, We praise thee, Lord, if but one soul - 0154.htm Onward ! onward ! all victorious - Grenville. - 0155.htm Lord of heaven and earth, assist us - Siberia - 0156.htm Temp'rance, tell the listening world - Watchman, tell us of the night - 0157.htm That wine-cup ! touch it not. - 0158.htm Can we forget the gloomy time - Auld Lang Syne - 0159.htm Oh, shun the bowl, when rich delight, Though wretchedness unending - 0160.htm Intemp'rance rears its sinful towers - Newcourt - 0161.htm Oh, shun the bowl - Star of Bethlehem - 0162.htm Dash to the floor that bowl - Sebastian Bach, H. M., Stay, mortal, stay ! nor heedless thus - Ballermo - 0163.htm Oh, turn from the wine-glass away - 0164.htm Away from the revel - Muhlenberg, Oh, touch it not, for deep within - 0165.htm Come, behold the drunkard dying - Welsh Melody, Daughter of Zion ! awake from thy slumbers of Zion - 0166.htm Children who have rallied now - Wallace - 0167.htm The drink that's in the drunkard's bowl, Thy gracious aid, 0 God, impart - 0168.htm We've heard that round the wine-cup's brim - 0169.htm He was a virtuous youth - Boylton, United in a peaceful band - 0170.htm Be with me,.Lord, throughout this day - 0171.htm Another year has run its round, Cheerily, cheerily sound the joyful strain - 0172.htm Heavenly Father ! give thy blessing - Sicily, Let him who may think - Bethlehem - 0173.htm Now, 0 Lord, in peace dismiss us - Sicily, To God the Father, God the Son - 0174.htm Land of Columbia ! awake - Daughter of Zion - 0175.htm Throughout Columbia's borders - 0176.htm Friends of man and foes to madness - Wilmot, Temp'rance, mild blessing, goddess serene - 0177.htm Come, sons of Columbia, while proudly and high - 0178.htm On, temp'rance, on! speed on blest power - 0179.htm How dear to my heart are the days of my childhood - 0180.htm I spring from the rock, from mountain side, Some sing the praise of rosy wine - 0181.htm Farewell to the cup ! we have tarried too long Scotland - 0182.htm Page - 0183.htm I've thrown the bowl aside - 0184.htm Oh, water for me, bright water for me Bonny Doon, Scotch air - 0185.htm Belshazzar is king - Shout the glad tidings - 0186.htm And are ye sure the news is true - 0187.htm Crystal streamlet! gently flowing Sicilian Hymn - 0188.htm Be days of drinking wine forgot Auld Lang Syne - 0189.htm Our country's banners play Bermondsey, Who are the brave, if they were not - 0190.htm Oh ! soft sleep the hills in their sunny repose Scotland - 0191.htm Hail! the New Year jubilee - 0192.htm On this joyous day, while the cannon's loud voice - 0193.htm Page - 0194.htm Hail, day of joy ! - Star of Bethlehem - 0195.htm I saw a youth in his father's hall. They say the goblet's crowned with flowers - 0196.htm Shall the bone and muscle human - 0197.htm Prepare for the battle, attend to the sound - 0198.htm Oh, is there not now any fireman's song - 0199.htm Speed, speed the temperance ship - 0200.htm List, shipmates, to a seaman's lay - 0201.htm It is useless to talk of the temperance cause, Temp'rance, with pinions widely spread - 0202.htm Luff up boys ; clew up and furl every sail, Oh, wild is the path of the son of the sea - 0203.htm Page - 0204.htm Page - 0205.htm TABLE OF FIRST LINES. - 0206.htm Page - 0207.htm Page - 0208.htm|
There are also many other Christian pieces on this site which are included with other collections, e.g. the Children's Songs section contains quite a few.