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O Lamb of God our Saviour (i. 217) G. 127.
6 Now give Thanks, ye Old and Young (i. 316) G. 128.
ja To God on high all Glory be (i. 187) Tb. 37. G. 132.
b Our whole Salvation does depend (i. 306) G. 132.

That Covenant of Blood (ii. 25) Tb. 33. G. 121. In dulci, &c.
Thou only true Watchman in Tents which endure (ii. 289) G. 1379

Of VIII Lines.
How we're lov'd by Jefus (ii. 187) Tb. 39. G. 141.)
Look on me, thy Servant fall'n (i. 631) G. 149.
Eternal Love decreed (ii. 23.)

An ancient Church we fce (ii. p. 359. see also Hymn 361.) G. 37. 13 Whene'er him I can eat (ii. 169) G. 146. 14 2 0 Head, so full of Bruises (i. 222) G.151. b Farewel henceforth for ever (i. 451)

Grant in the Bottom of my Heart, Tb. 34. G. 151. c What is it, wounded bleeding Love (ii. 238. 2d Met.) Tb. 16. d Thy Wounds, Lord, be my Safeguard (i. 324.)

Keep us in true and living Faith, Tb. 31. G. 151, 5a Christ, our blessed Saviour (i. 165) G. 152.

See also Tune 5, b Jesu’s Suff'rings, Pain, and Death (i. 164) G. 152. 6 0 thou Bridegroom of the Soul (ii. 154) Tb. 49. G. 155.

Why should I continue grieving (i. 473) G. 157. 8 The Sabbath is for Man, that he (ii. 376) G. 159. 19

With Tbce I lay me down to sleep (i. 481) G. 164. o Thousand Times by me be greeted (i. 221) G. 165. fia Unfathom’d Wisdom of our King (ii. 193)

Thou, who to punish Sin wert flow (i. 239) Tb. 13. G. 166, b Those that do place their Confidence (i. 130) prop. Psalm-tune.

Come, Holy Ghift, come Lord our God (i. 231) G 203. 3a O the Love wherewith I'm loved (i. 627) G. 167.

b Few in former Times could venture (ii. 167) ibid. 4. Zelu, Source of my Salvation (i. 449) G. 168. 15 My God how vast a Glory has (i. 455) G. 172. 16 Trim thy Lamp, O Soul betrothed (i. 468) G. 176.

Verses of 4 Lines are either sung to a part of the Tune, or two taken together,

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67 Only matchless Heart, this soall be for me (ii. 454) G. 185. 68 Rise, exalt the Majesty (ii. 179) Tb. 2. G. 205. 69 Ye bottomless Depths of God's infinite Love (ii. 126) Tb. 48. G. 22 I 70 0 Jesu, 'fore whose Radiation (i. 623) G. 183.

OF IX Lines. 71 O Chrif, my sweetest Life and Light (i. 444) G. 200. 72 God is our Refuge in Distress (i. 319) Tb.7. G. 199. 73 May God be gracious to us here (i. 123) Tb, 29. G. 201. 74 Holy Side-wound, pierced Pleura (ii. 4 47)

Of X Lines. 75 Lamb, Lamb, O Lamb (ii. 235) Tb. 15. G. 206. 76 Jesus, Source of Gladness (i. 440) G. 208. [Bloody Reconciler 77 My God, thou jeeft them flying (ii. 243) G. 209. 78 A noble-Child, the Child of God (ii. 336) G. 215. 79 A Lamb goes forth, and bears the Guilt (i. 446) G. 216, 80 This transient World is not our Home (ii. 41) Tb. 36. 81 He who not rightly inly (ii. 224) G. 195.

Of XI Lines, 82 Ave, Spouse tenderly (ii. 436)

Of XII Lines, 83 Thy Mercy we're intreating (i. 203) G. 226. 84 How bright appears the Morning-ftar (i. 450) Tb. 42. G. 228. 85 O Jesu, Source of calm Repose (i. 462) cxiiith Pfalm Tune.

Of XIV Lines. 86 God, our Father, dwell within (i. 186) fome Lines repeated.

Satan I renounce, his lays (i. 199) G. 233.
Thanks be to Thee, thou slaughter'd Lamb (ii. 140) Tb. 44. G.234.

OF XV Lines.
88 O my Heart's lovely Jesus dear (ii. 357)

OF XVI Lines. 89 SanEtify thy Congregation (ii. 223)

Lastly, in the old Tune-book, No 45, is 90 0 Jesu, thee we bless. O God, we praise thee, and we own (i. 209)

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Incerning Metre 90, it is to be observ’d, that most of the Hymns belonging there. 10, when they are sung in the folemrejt Manner (and where the Allembly has all trore Tunes at Command) are fung, in different Parts of them, to different Tunes, according to the successive Variation of the Matter itself. Here follows a Table with regard to each,

to 134.

Ver. 1-3

to 13a.

| The Hymn, The Prophet we proclaim, Part II. N° 379. The whole Beginning or Allocution) is sung to Tune go. Verse 1-4 tu Tune 13a. 5-7 to 136. 8 to 36a. 9 to 132.

10, 11 to 138. 12-14 to 13a. 15, 16 to 13f. Praise to Eliation's Root, No 332. The Beginning, and till Ver. 9, to Tune go. 10–15 to 13f. 16-20 to 13b. u. Lord God, by us be bleft, No 393. The Beginning, to Tune 90. Ver. 1–3 to 1326 14, 5 to 138. 6; then 7 and the first half of 9; then 8 and the latter half of 9 (which are wrong printed in the English) make rbree Verses to Tune 36a. 10, 11 to 13b. 127 to 13f. W. Lord God, by Praise que fing, No 388. The Beginning, and till Ver. 3, to Tune 90. 4-610 13a. 7-9 to 138

10 to 13a. II, 12 to 136. 13, 14 to 13f. Tbou God's urspotted Lamb, No 391. The Beginning to Tune go. Ver. 1, 2

3 to 13 g. 4-6 10 138. 1. The Daughters Rev'rince do, No 392. The Beginning to Tune 90. to iza. 4, 5 to 13b. 6, 7 to 138. 8-10 to 13e or i. 11, 12 to 136. 13, 14

15, 16 to 13f. 17, 18 to 13b, 19 to 13f. u to that Hymn, o Chrijl, ibou Day m:oft bright, No 337. The Beginning to Tune go, Ver. 1-5 to 138. 6-10 to 136. 11-15 to 13f. 16, 17 to 136. Ince in this Book there occur single Instances of several Metres more, the proper

Tunes whereof are in themselves as good as those above specified (which had the Prete:ence only for the greater Number of Hymns composed to them;) we will "lowever, just point out the chief of these also.

OF III Lines.
That God eternally be blef (i. No 257) G. 3.
A bleeding Heart I will present to Thee (i. 490)
The Day does now dark Nigix dispel (i. 288) G. 238.
Let us fong joyful and unan'mously (i. 247) G. 242.

Of IV Lines.
Greates High-priest, Savicur Christ (i. 459) G. 12.
The Lord our God and Father blefs (i. 287) G. 260.
If Heavens and Earihs there were innumerable, Ehe die lieder der engel

erklungen (i. 672) G. 28. dear Christians, as ris needful, wou'd ye (i. 153. See also i. 273)

[G. 31.

And, which may be call'd 13k,
Abide with us, o Jeju dear (i. 336) G. 22.

OF

Of V Lines.
O Grief of Heart (i. 301) G. 45.
Christ, and is no Wonder (i. 260) G. 47.
So melancholy, why, poor Heart (i. 141. also i. 317) G. 300.
My Life I now to God resign (i. 313) G. 52.
In Jesu's Name I am commencing (ii 219) G. 55.

OF VI Lines.
Never will I part with Christ (i. 466) G. 83.
Great God, in thee I put my Truft (i. 118) G. 93.
Lord Jesu, blessed Prince of Peace (i. 311) G. 1296.
Quite alone, and yet not lonely (i. 680) G. 197.
Thanksgiving, Honour, Praise, and Might (i. 628) G. 101.
Where is this Infant ? it is gone (ii. 261) G. 102.
Stupendous Love, that I fi foon should be (i. 503, also i. 519)
My Solomon, thy kind and gracious Scepter (i. 622) G. 114•
The Cherubims of God (i. 454) G. 319.
The Time now looks graftly (i. 272) G. 316.
0 Fofu, who now free (i. 552) G. 321.

OF VII Lines.
Christ was to Death abafed (i. 225) G. 154.
Jefus, Author of Salvation (ii. 14). G. 130.
O Lord, afford thy Light (i. 641) G. 123.
The Night comes apace (i. 293) G. 120.

Of VIII Lines. Thou God's beloved Lamb (i. 629) G. 147. Jesus is my Light mest fair (i. 630) G. 156. Chosen Souls who now asemble (ii. 326) G. 161. Arise, any Spirit, leap with Joy (i. 437, also i. 678) G. 169. Ah! Conscience, Conscience, when I look (i. 391) Go, g3, my Heart, unto the Wounds of Jesus (i. 633, also ii. 360 is

the same Metre) G. 188. This Impulse so gentle, this Movement so sweet fi. 551) G. 186. Who overcometh, fall of that Tree verdant (i. 180) G. 189. The Christian's Life inward displays its bright Splendor (i. 620) G. 196.

How

Hlow well, O Lord, art thou thy People leading (i 671) G. 192.

sweet Condition, happy Living (i. 658) G. 184. Let us pray now, with Heart's Desire (i. 274) G. 331.

As Metre 610 may be considered
Shew Pity, Lord, O Lord forgive (i. 120) G. 434.
For Metre 4 above, when doubled, see Tunes in Tb. 32 and 41,

OF IX Lincs.
Come now, O Lord Jefu (i. 252) G. 449.
In Thee alone, Lord Jesus Christ (i. 308) G. 202.
The Eye fees Il’ater, nothing more (i. 303) G. 201,

OF X Lines.
Dearest Lamb, thy Wounds so blaffid (ii. 22) G. 211.
Thou slaughter'd one, thu's won the Prize (ii. 172) G. 217.
O everlasting God, thy Blood (ii. 12)
Trinity blessed, Father, Son, and Spirit (i. 205, two Verses together)
How well am 1, thou my Soul's Lover (i. 621) G. 218. (G. 220.
Shan't I sing to my Creator (i. 142) G. 214.
Thy TVounds and Blood (ii. 24)

Of XI Lines.
Believe we all in our Lord God (i. 185) G. 465.

Of XII Lines.
O God our Lord, thy divine Word (i. 307) G. 223.
Fefu, Lord, so great and glorious (ii. 226) G. 230.
Thee, Lord, I love with facred Awe (i. 312) G. 232.
Innocent Lamb, thou knew's thy Enmies Plot (i. 389).

Of XIII Lines.
Ye Chosen and each faved One (i. 251) G. 486.

Of XIV Lines.
Praise our God gracious (i. 264) G. 491.

These are chiefly the remaining Metres. It is left at Discretion, when an

Sunglip Tune-book shall be printed, whether at least the Tunes of some of these, which mall be judgd the best and most necessary, if noi of all,

Mould not be subjoin'd? And there should especially for Metre 3, or common Eights and Sir's, ons or two more of the Engk/h Pralın-tunes be added.

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