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The Treasury Of Sacred Song - Francis Turner Palgrave

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PREFACE

I CHRIST'S NATIVITY

II YOUTH

III LIFE AND DEATH

IV AN HYMN OF HEAVENLY LOVE

V ETERNAL LOVE

VI SOUL AND BODY

VII A PRAYER

VIII THE BIBLE

IX A CAROL

X THE BURNING BABE

XI A CHILD MY CHOICE

XII O THAT I HAD WINGS LIKE A DOVE

XIII B. Barnes

XIV Who to the golden Sun's long restless race

XV Triumphant conqueror of death and hell,

XVI Anon.

XVII J. Donne

XVIII As due by many titles, I resign

XIX At the round earth's imagined corners blow

XX A HYMN TO GOD THE FATHER

XXI T. Campion

XXII View me, LORD, a work of Thine!

XXIII Seek the LORD, and in His ways perséver!

XXIV To music bent is my retired mind,

XXV Never weather-beaten sail more willing bent to shore,

XXVI Anon.

XXVII Anon.

XXVIII THE NATIVITY

XXIX Hear me, O GOD!

XXX DEATH'S LAST WILL

XXXI HYPOCRISY

XXXII MAN'S KNOWLEDGE

XXXIII SAINT JOHN BAPTIST

XXXIV Soul, which to hell wast thrall,

XXXV URBS COELESTIS IERUSALEM

XXXVI THE FAREWELL

XXXVII INTROIT

XXXVIII ANTIPHON

XXXIX A TRUE HYMN

XL SIN

XLI CHURCH MONUMENTS

XLII THE CHURCH FLOOR

XLIII SUNDAY

XLIV CHRISTMAS

XLV AFFLICTION

XLVI DENIAL

XLVII VIRTUE

XLVIII UNKINDNESS

XLIX MORTIFICATION

L MISERY

LI THE QUIP

LII TIME

LIII PEACE

LIV MAN'S MEDLEY

LV VANITY

LVI THE PILGRIMAGE

LVII PRAISE

LVIII LONGING

LIX THE BAG

LX THE PULLEY

LXI THE FLOWER

LXII THE GLANCE

LXIII THE FOIL

LXIV THE POSY

LXV A WREATH

LXVI DISCIPLINE

LXVII THE ELIXIR

LXVIII DEATH

LXIX LOVE

LXX IESU

LXXI COMFORT IN EXTREMITY

LXXII DEUS DEUS MEUS

LXXIII SOLUM MIHI SUPEREST SEPULCHRUM

LXXIV LAUDATE DOMINUM DE CAELIS

LXXV RECOGITABO TIBI OMNES ANNOS MEOS

LXXVI NOX NOCTI INDICAT SCIENTIAM

LXXVII Anon.

LXXVIII THE INVITATION

LXXIX D. O. M.

LXXX Anon.

LXXXI ON THE MORNING OF CHRIST'S NATIVITY

LXXXII UPON THE CIRCUMCISION

LXXXIII ON TIME

LXXXIV AT A SOLEMN MUSIC

LXXXV ON HIS BLINDNESS

LXXXVI LIFE AND DEATH

LXXXVII EVENING HYMN

LXXXVIII PSALM FOR CHRISTMAS DAY

LXXXIX A PSALM FOR SUNDAY NIGHT

XC THE WHITE ISLAND

XCI DEATH

XCII ETERNITY

XCIII GRACE FOR A CHILD

XCIV A THANKSGIVING TO GOD FOR HIS HOUSE

XCV LITANY

XCVI ON EASTER DAY

XCVII ON JUSTICE AND MERCY

XCVIII PEACE

XCIX SONG OF THE EMIGRANTS IN BERMUDA

C THE CORONET

CI To my most merciful, my most loving, and dearly-loved REDEEMER

CII THE RETREAT

CIII CHILDHOOD

CIV O let me climb

CV RULES AND LESSONS

CVI SON-DAYS

CVII THE FAVOUR

CVIII THE BOOK

CIX TO THE HOLY BIBLE

CX RIGHTEOUSNESS

CXI ANGUISH

CXII THE AGREEMENT

CXIII THE REVIVAL

CXIV THE WREATH

CXV THE ECLIPSE

CXVI THE MEN OF WAR

CXVII PEACE

CXVIII CREATION WAITING FOR REVELATION

CXIX RETIREMENT

CXX THE WATER-FALL

CXXI I walk'd the other day, (to spend my hour),

CXXII THE TIMBER

CXXIII THE BIRD

CXXIV THE SHOWER

CXXV THE NIGHT

CXXVI THE SHEPHERDS

CXXVII THE NATIVITY

CXXVIII THE KNOT

CXXIX S. MARY MAGDALENE

CXXX THE ORNAMENT

CXXXI THE WORLD

CXXXII MAN

CXXXIII THE WORLD

CXXXIV AN ELEGY

CXXXV FRIENDS DEPARTED

CXXXVI THE DAWNING

CXXXVII THE THRONE

CXXXVIII THE DAY OF JUDGMENT

CXXXIX AT BETHLEHEM

CXL AN ECSTASY

CXLI AN IDYLL OF CHRISTIAN LIFE

CXLII MORNING HYMN

CXLIII EVENING HYMN

CXLIV HOME

CXLV WHIT SUNDAY

CXLVI THE ASCENSION

CXLVII RESOLUTION: THE SONG OF HYLOBARIS CONCERNING DIVINE PROVIDENCE

CXLVIII THE PHILOSOPHER'S DEVOTION: THE SONG OF BATHYNOUS

CXLIX THE ASPIRATION

CL SERAPHIC LOVE

CLI THE BELOVED

CLII QUIA AMORE LANGUEO

CLIII GOOD NIGHT

CLIV My glass is half unspent; Forbear t'arrest

CLV EVENING

CLVI A LULLABY

CLVII J. Taylor

CLVIII HYMN FOR ADVENT

CLIX R. Baxter

CLX S. Crossman

CLXI Sweet place, sweet place alone!

CLXII J. Austin

CLXIII Fain would my thoughts fly up to Thee,

CLXIV Hark, my soul, how every thing

CLXV ALL SAINTS' DAY

CLXVI Behold we come, dear LORD, to Thee,

CLXVII J. Mason

CLXVIII There is a Stream, which issues forth

CLXIX How shall I sing that Majesty

CLXX T. Shepherd

CLXXI THE WAYS OF WISDOM

CLXXII REASON

CLXXIII VENI CREATOR SPIRITUS

CLXXIV J. Addison

CLXXV When all Thy mercies, O my GOD,

CLXXVI The spacious firmament on high,

CLXXVII MORNING HYMN

CLXXVIII EVENING HYMN

CLXXIX MIDNIGHT HYMN

CLXXX LIFE

CLXXXI GRATEFUL ASPIRATIONS

CLXXXII THE MISER

CLXXXIII NOW

CLXXXIV SIGHS

CLXXXV AN ANODYNE

CLXXXVI LOVE STRONG AS DEATH

CLXXXVII N. Tate

CLXXXVIII ANGELS' SONG

CLXXXIX FELICITY

CXC THE NATIVITY

CXCI Fairest of all the lights above,

CXCII Infinite Power, Eternal LORD,

CXCIII See Note

CXCIV O GOD, our help in ages past,

CXCV Hear what the voice from Heaven proclaims

CXCVI THE EXAMPLES OF THE SAINTS

CXCVII A CRADLE SONG

CXCVIII SURSUM

CXCIX AT THE SEPULCHRE

CC JESUS! I love Thy charming name;

CCI Hark the glad sound! The Saviour comes,

CCII DESIDERIUM

CCIII A HYMN ON RECOVERY FROM SEVERE ILLNESS

CCIV SONG TO DAVID

CCV SIMEON WAITING

CCVI TRUST IN PROVIDENCE

CCVII Messiah! at Thy glad approach

CCVIII T. Olivers

CCIX A. M. Toplady

CCX Ah! give me, LORD, the single eye,

CCXI LORD! it is not life to live,

CCXII Compared with CHRIST, in all beside

CCXIII C. Wesley

CCXIV FOR A CHILD

CCXV WRESTLING WITH THE ANGEL

CCXVI Hark! how all the welkin rings

CCXVII MORNING

CCXVIII NIGHT

CCXIX Times without number have I pray'd,

CCXX Come, let us join our friends above,

CCXXI JESU, Lover of my soul,

CCXXII P. Skelton

CCXXIII J. Cennick

CCXXIV A VISION OF LIFE IN DEATH

CCXXV Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat

CCXXVI How sweet the Name of JESUS sounds

CCXXVII Quiet, LORD, my froward heart:

CCXXVIII W. Cowper

CCXXIX Hark, my soul! it is the LORD;

CCXXX O LORD, my best desire fulfil,

CCXXXI Sometimes a light surprises

CCXXXII To keep the lamp alive,

CCXXXIII See Note

CCXXXIV R. Burns

CCXXXV CRADLE SONG

CCXXXVI Can I see another's woe,

CCXXXVII THE LAMB

CCXXXVIII The door of death is made of gold,

CCXXXIX J. Montgomery

CCXL To Thy temple I repair;

CCXLI Prayer is the soul's sincere desire,

CCXLII R. Grant

CCXLIII Saviour, when in dust to Thee

CCXLIV A. L. Barbauld

CCXLV VENI, SEQUERE ME

CCXLVI R. Heber

CCXLVII THE HOLY INNOCENTS

CCXLVIII LORD of mercy and of might,

CCXLIX Holy, holy, holy, LORD GOD Almighty!

CCL I praised the Earth, in beauty seen

CCLI By cool Siloam's shady rill

CCLII --AGAINST PRINCIPALITIES, AGAINST POWERS, AGAINST THE RULERS OF THE DARKNESS OF THIS WORLD--

CCLIII IN TIMES OF DISTRESS AND DANGER

CCLIV EVENING HYMN

CCLV THE HOLY FIELD

CCLVI H. H. Milman

CCLVII When our heads are bow'd with woe,

CCLVIII THE PRIMROSE OF THE ROCK

CCLIX DEVOTIONAL INCITEMENTS

CCLX IN CATHOLIC SWITZERLAND

CCLXI HOLY BAPTISM

CCLXII WITHIN KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL

CCLXIII A LESSON

CCLXIV It is a beauteous evening, calm and free;

CCLXV Not seldom, clad in radiant vest,

CCLXVI THE TWO WORLDS

CCLXVII Where is Thy favour'd haunt, eternal Voice,

CCLXVIII CITY AND COUNTRY

CCLXIX What went ye out to see

CCLXX 'Tis true, of old th' unchanging sun

CCLXXI I mark'd a rainbow in the north,

CCLXXII See Note

CCLXXIII THE REDEMPTION OF NATURE

CCLXXIV When Nature tries her finest touch,

CCLXXV O LORD my GOD, do Thou Thy holy will--

CCLXXVI SEMPER IDEM

CCLXXVII CHRISTO CONSOLATORI

CCLXXVIII EPHPHATHA

CCLXXIX Wish not, dear friends, my pain away--

CCLXXX Why should we faint and fear to live alone,

CCLXXXI B. V. M.

CCLXXXII THE PURIFICATION

CCLXXXIII BEATI QUI NON VIDERUNT

CCLXXXIV THE CONVERSION OF S. PAUL

CCLXXXV HOLY BAPTISM

CLXXXVI CATECHISM

CCLXXXVII CONFIRMATION

CCLXXXVIII MORNING

CCLXXXIX EVENING

CCXC THE KINGDOM OF GOD

CCXCI What, many times I musing ask'd, is Man,

CCXCII Oh thou of dark forebodings drear,

CCXCIII DUST TO DUST

CCXCIV This did not once so trouble me,

CCXCV THE GUESTEN HOUSE

CCXCVI PRAYER

CCXCVII HERE AND HEREAFTER

CCXCVIII Thou inevitable Day,

CCXCIX AT THE FONT

CCC H. Coleridge

CCCI MULTUM DILEXIT

CCCII OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM OF GOD

CCCIII THE LAND O' THE LEAL

CCCIV MORNING THOUGHTS

CCCV THE ALPS

CCCVI The LORD hath builded for Himself

CCCVII A FALLEN SISTER

CCCVIII The song of GOD, so nobly sung

CCCIX Why do I sigh to find

CCCX Abide with me! Fast falls the eventide;

CCCXI Pleasant are Thy courts above

CCCXII LOOKING UP TO THE CROSS

CCCXIII When travail hours are spent and o'er,

CCCXIV Give me a tender spotless child,

CCCXV EXAMPLE

CCCXVI I mark'd when vernal meads were bright,

CCCXVII ELIJAH AT SAREPTA

CCCXVIII AT MATINS

CCCXIX 'Tis only our dull hearts that tire so soon

CCCXX CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS EVE

CCCXXI See Note

CCCXXII HARVEST

CCCXXIII ANTIPODES

CCCXXIV THE GATHERING OF THE CHURCH

CCCXXV Draw near as early as we may,

CCCXXVI THE COMMUNION OF THE SICK

CCCXXVII See Note

CCCXXVIII See Note

CCCXXIX Bethlehem, above all cities blest!

CCCXXX AVE, GRATIA PLENA

CCCXXXI VO'K A-COMÈN INTO CHURCH

CCCXXXII READEN OV A HEAD-STWONE

CCCXXXIII THE CHILD'S GREÄVE

CCCXXXIV THE CHURCH AN' HAPPY ZUNDAY

CCCXXXV WITHSTANDERS

CCCXXXVI THE MOTHER'S DREAM

CCCXXXVII PER PACEM AD LUCEM

CCCXXXVIII C. G. Rossetti

CCCXXXIX A CHRISTMAS CAROL

CCCXL DESPISED AND REJECTED

CCCXLI Give me the lowest place: not that I dare

CCCXLII FOR THE DESOLATE

CCCXLIII How beautiful it is to be alive!

CCCXLIV A PREACHER'S SOLILOQUY

CCCXLV THE TOYS

CCCXLVI QUI LABORAT ORAT

CCCXLVII J. C. Shairp

CCCXLVIII SAINTS DEPARTED

CCCXLIX I have a life with CHRIST to live,

CCCL 'Twixt gleams of joy and clouds of doubt

CCCLI THE POWERS THAT BE ARE ORDAINED OF GOD

CCCLII A THANKSGIVING

CCCLIII In childhood, when with eager eyes

CCCLIV THE SAINT AND THE HERO

CCCLV TRANSFIGURATION

CCCLVI PERSECUTION

CCCLVII ST. PHILIP NERI IN HIS SCHOOL

CCCLVIII THE CALL OF DAVID

CCCLIX JAMES AND JOHN

CCCLX FAITH AGAINST SIGHT

CCCLXI SACRILEGE

CCCLXII VEXATIONS

CCCLXIII AT MESSINA

CCCLXIV TAORMINI

CCCLXV THE PATH OF THE JUST

CCCLXVI THE WRATH TO COME

CCCLXVII FLOWERS WITHOUT FRUIT

CCCLXVIII THE TWO WORLDS

CCCLXIX ZEAL AND PATIENCE

CCCLXX TEMPTATION

CCCLXXI SENSITIVENESS

CCCLXXII THE ELEMENTS

CCCLXXIII THE GUARDIAN ANGEL

CCCLXXIV CONSOLATIONS IN BEREAVEMENT

CCCLXXV A VOICE FROM AFAR

CCCLXXVI A MARTYR-CONVERT

CCCLXXVII HORA NOVISSIMA

CCCLXXVIII A SOUL'S CRY

CCCLXXIX Praise to the Holiest in the height,

CCCLXXX Praise to the Holiest in the height,

CCCLXXXI A MORNING PRAYER

CCCLXXXII AN EVENING CONFESSION

CCCLXXXIII THE PILLAR OF THE CLOUD

CCCLXXXIV FOR TIRED WORKERS

CCCLXXXV AN INTERCESSION

CCCLXXXVI CROSSING THE RIVER

CCCLXXXVII The night is come, and all the world is still.

CCCLXXXVIII J. Sharp

CCCLXXXIX THE PASSION

CCCXC LIGHT IN THE WOOD

CCCXCI YOUTH'S BRIGHTNESS GONE

CCCXCII E. Denny

CCCXCIII H. Bonar

CCCXCIV I heard the voice of JESUS say,

CCCXCV A. P. Stanley

CCCXCVI HOLD NOT THY PEACE AT MY TEARS

CCCXCVII C. F. Alexander

CCCXCVIII C. Wordsworth

CCCXCIX J. Ellerton

CCCC A. L. Waring

CCCCI THE CRY OF THE LOST ANSWERED

CCCCII THE PAIN OF LOVE

CCCCIII SELF-LOVE

CCCCIV SWEETNESS IN PRAYER

CCCCV THE WILL OF GOD

CCCCVI VIA CRUCIS

CCCCVII JESUS CRUCIFIED

CCCCVIII STARLIGHT

CCCCIX IONA

CCCCX AN INCIDENT

CCCCXI SONG OF AN ANGEL

CCCCXII C. T. Turner

CCCCXIII THE LATTICE AT SUNRISE

CCCCXIV OUR MARY AND THE CHILD-MUMMY

CCCCXV THE HARVEST MOON

CCCCXVI ANASTASIS

CCCCXVII MORNING HYMN

CCCCXVIII EVENING HYMN

CCCCXIX A. Lord Tennyson

CCCCXX When Lazarus left his charnel-cave,

CCCCXXI Her eyes are homes of silent prayer,

CCCCXXII O Man, forgive thy mortal foe,

CCCCXXIII IN THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

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