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 Front Cover
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Table of Contents
 A general song of praise to...
 Praise for creation and provid...
 Praise to God for our redempti...
 Praise for mercies spiritual and...
 Praise for birth and education...
 The excellency of the Bible
 The all-seeing God
 Praise for the gospel
 Praise to God for learning...
 Solemn thoughts of God and...
 Heaven and hell
 The advantages of early religi...
 The danger of delay
 Examples of early piety
 Love between brothers and...
 Against lying
 Against evil company
 Against quarrelling and fighti...
 Against scoffing and calling...
 Against swearing, cursing, and...
 Against pride in clothes
 Against idleness and mischief
 The child's complaint
 Obedience to parents
 A morning song
 An evening song
 For the Lord's day morning
 For the Lord's day evening
 The Ten Commandments
 The sum of the commandments
 Our saviour's golden rule
 Duty to God and our neighbour
 The hosanna; or, salvation ascribed...
 Glory to the Father, and to the...
 Cradle hymn
 Moral songs
 Back Cover
 Spine






Title: Divine and moral songs for children
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Title: Divine and moral songs for children
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 18 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748
Thomas Nelson & Sons ( Publisher )
Publisher: T. Nelson and Sons
Place of Publication: London ;
Edinburgh ;
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Publication Date: 1857
 Subjects
Subject: Children's songs   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Christian life -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1857   ( lcsh )
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Genre: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
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poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
Scotland -- Edinburgh
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Statement of Responsibility: by Isaac Watts.
General Note: Without music.
Funding: Brittle Books Program
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Bibliographic ID: UF00003216
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Frontispiece
        Page 3
    Title Page
        Page 4
    Table of Contents
        Page 5
    A general song of praise to God
        Page 6
    Praise for creation and providence
        Page 7
    Praise to God for our redemption
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Praise for mercies spiritual and temporal
        Page 10
    Praise for birth and education in a Christian land
        Page 11
    The excellency of the Bible
        Page 12
    The all-seeing God
        Page 13
    Praise for the gospel
        Page 14
    Praise to God for learning to read
        Page 15
    Solemn thoughts of God and death
        Page 16
    Heaven and hell
        Page 17
    The advantages of early religion
        Page 18
    The danger of delay
        Page 19
    Examples of early piety
        Page 20
    Love between brothers and sisters
        Page 21
    Against lying
        Page 22
    Against evil company
        Page 23
    Against quarrelling and fighting
        Page 24
    Against scoffing and calling names
        Page 25
    Against swearing, cursing, and taking God's name in vain
        Page 26
    Against pride in clothes
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Against idleness and mischief
        Page 28
    The child's complaint
        Page 29
    Obedience to parents
        Page 30
    A morning song
        Page 31
    An evening song
        Page 32
    For the Lord's day morning
        Page 33
    For the Lord's day evening
        Page 34
    The Ten Commandments
        Page 35
    The sum of the commandments
        Page 35
    Our saviour's golden rule
        Page 35
    Duty to God and our neighbour
        Page 35
    The hosanna; or, salvation ascribed to Christ
        Page 36
    Glory to the Father, and to the Son
        Page 37
    Cradle hymn
        Page 38
        Page 39
    Moral songs
        Page 40
        The sluggard
            Page 40
        The rose
            Page 41
        Innocent play
            Page 42
        The ant, or emmet
            Page 43
        Good resolutions
            Page 44
            Page 45
        The thief
            Page 46
        Summer evening
            Page 47
    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
    Spine
        Spine
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A General Song of PraietGo God .. .. ...
Praise for Creation and Providence ... ..
PraIe to God fhr onr Redemption ... ... ... d
Praise for Meiries Siiritul and Temporl ... 10
Praise for Birth and Eduralton in a Chrisilan Land ... II
The Exaellene) uf lie Bible .. ...
iThe All-seein God ... .. II
Praise fr the Gopel ...... 14
Praise to God for Learning to Read ... .. 1
Solemn Thooghta of God and Deal .. ... .. 16
Heaven and Hell ... ... ... 17
The Advantages of Early Religon ... ... Id
The Danger of Delay ... ... ... ... 19
lExamples of Early Piety ... ... ... 20
Lomi bLween Brothers and Sisters .. ... 21I
Againat Lying ... .. ... 22
Against Evil Company ... ... ... ... 23
Against Qnarrelling and Fighting ... ... .24
Against Sclffingand Calling Names ... ... 26
Against Swearing, Culsing, and lakine God' NaRme In lain 26
Against Pride t Clothes ... 26
Against Idlenesa and Mischief .. .. 28
The Child's Complaint ..
Obedience to Parenls 3
A Morning Song ..... 31
An Evening Song ... .. 3
Vort llJord's Day Morning ... .
For Ae Lord's Day Erenng ... 4
The Ten Commandmenms .. .. i3 I
The Sum of the Commandmelts ... 35
Our Saviour's Golden Rule ... v ... 35
Duty to God and our Neighbour ...... 36
The Hosanna; Or, Salvation ase ibed to Christ .... .3
Glory to the Father, and to the Son ... .... 8 1
Cradle H) mn ... ... ... 8

MORAL SONGS.
The Sluggard ... .. ... L40
The I.rse ... ... 41
Innocent Play ... ... ..... 4 '
The Ant, or Emmet ... .. ... 4
ood Resolutions .. .. .. 44
The Thlef... .4. d
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,I [1ow' gl,'riou. is uir lheav'nly K ilg;,

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H.,w _var.t hik pr,:,w,,r is n-n,:- can trl1, I
5 iNur think Iiho .w lair-e li g -rai.
\\ N:'.,t men brl,,w, rnor eants that dw-.l r,
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My heart resulves, m'y tlt).ngu' ..I'. y
And angels shall rejoice
To hear their mighty Maker's praise
Sound from a feeble voice.



PRAISE FOR CREATION AND PROVIDENCE. .

I SING the almighty power of God,
That made the mountains rise;
That spread the flowing seas abroad,
And built the lofty skies.
I sing the wisdom that ordained
The sun to rule the day;
The moon shines full at his command,
And'il the stars obey.
I qing the goodness of the Lord,
That filled the earth with food;
IHe formed the creatures with his word,
And then pronounced them good.
.Lord, how thy wonders are displnyeil,
Where'er I turn mine eye;
If I survey the ground I tread,
Or gaze upon the sky !
iThlre's not a plant or flower below,
But makes thy glories known;
And clouds arise, and tempests blow,
By order from thy throne.
Creatures (as numerous as they be)
Are subject to thy care;
There's not a place where we can flee,
But God is present there.
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RAISE TO l;l lGiull URi REIl EMPTIO'N.

1)LESSr' bI : thit wia-duln all thi,.: pi-.'e,
1) Tlhe justice antl the gra.v.,
h h.it i.,dnl in "nuneil to restore ,
Aui -rav our ruined race.
L 'ir fitth r atr' ,rbiill,-n Iruir,
An'l rfrni his gl.:ry fI'll,
'. AnD I e, e li rIh11ilri'n1 thus11 were I 'roin-lit
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Sli e bore' our iuis upLin th er. rs, i
And the full ransom. pi Iid
Beho.ld htpirising from thie riavc,
SBehold hin raised oh high;
He pleads his merits therr, it n. t %
'ahasgressors doomed to die.
There on a glorious throne lie reignn,
And hb his power divine,
Redeems us from the slavish crlains
Of Satan and ol' in
. Thence shall the LonI to jiudiment c,'i, e,
And, with a ,j'erei.'n voice,
shall call and break up every tuom.,
While waking saints rejoice.
(Oh may I then with joy appear
Before the Judge's face,
And, with the bless'd asenlmbly lthle,
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For all hki -ifts to mn -

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1Whil. e tI anm iltht-d ri.m hai to I '
Andt Gud hathiven me ld I.,
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While others early learn to swear,
And curse, and lie, and steal;
Lord, I am taught thy name to fear,
And do thy holy will.
Are these thy favours day by day
To me above the rest 1
Then let me love thee more than they,
And try to serve thee best.



PRAISE FOR BIRTH AND EDUCATION IN A
CHRISTIAN LAND.

G REAT (hd, to thee my voice I raise;
To thee my youngest hours belong;
I would begin my life with praise,
Till growing years improve the song.
'Tis to thy sovereign grace I owe.
That I was born on British ground;
Where streams of heavenly mercy flw,
And words of sweet salvation siOund
I would not. change my native land
For rich Peru with all her gold :
A nobler prize lies in my hand,
Than east or western Indies hold.
How do I pity those that dwell
Where ignorance and darkness reign;
They know no heaven, they fear no hell.
Those endless joys I those endless pains !
Thy glorious promises, 0 bLrd,
Kipdle my hopes and my desire;
While all the preachers of thy word
Warn me to escape eternal fire.


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Thy praise shall still employ my breath,
Since thou hast marked my way to heaven;
Nor will I run the road to death,
Nor waste the blessings thou hast given.



THE EXCELLENCE OF THE BIBLE.
G REATGod,withwonder and with praise
On all thy works I look;
But still thy wisdom, power, and grace,
Shine brightest in thy book.
The stars that in their courses roll,
Have much instruction given;
But thy good word informs my soul
How I may climb to heaven.
The fields provide me food, and show
The goodness of the Lord;
But fruits of life and glory grow
In thy most holy word.
Here are my choicest treasures hid,
Here my best comfort lies,
Here my desires are satisfied,
And hence my hopes arise.
Lord, make me understand thy law,
Show what my faults have been;
And from thy gospel let me draw
Pardon for all my sin.
Here would I learn how Christ has died,
To save my soul from hell;
Not all the books on earth beside,
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And take a fri-li ili lit,
By day to read these wonders o'..r,
And meditate by night.



THE ALL-SEEING GOcl.

SLAMIGHTY God, thy pier: in evei
Strikes through the shades if nilghl
And our most secret actions lie
All open to thy sight.
There's not a sin that. we commit,
Nor wicked word we say,
But in thy dreadful book 'tis writ,
Against the judgment day.
Awl must the ,rim'w that I haivi. i..n
Be read and Ipublisl'd tlir .M
I.e all exposed before the sun.
While men and angels hear '
L,.rd, at thy I.ot aha nnil.1 I I. ,
Upward I dare not look ;
I'ardon my sins be:fre I die,
And blot them from thy book
Remember all the dying pains
That my Repdemer felt.
And let his blood wash out nmy staiiis,
And answer for my guilt.
01h may I now Ifor ver frar
''n indulge a iinfiil thougl t :it
,ii.' the great G. i'aiin -e ..iiil lih r,
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I'AISE FOR THE GOSPEL.
1 011P, I ac.rib: ii t' thy L'race,
Ai Aini n, t.' to i.hani-. an .*t hers do,
I'liat I wil its rn or C'lri-tiani race,
And not ia heathen or 1 J.i w.
%'hat wu.uld th,- anlI:lint .l- .ish kings,
And Je .is'l I.r'-lihetI., oI:nI- Iihave given.
C.'i.uld th.\.l have he-ardI thliu el..riiu thliini.
WIiich Christ r-veal'il and bri.,u lzt Irt ni l.aI-mnii
How gla'l tlhe heathen i.'uldiJ hai\ bi-eel,
That wt.,r.,iiipp'd id.il-i. n t-.,d andI ..tone,
II' they the ho.ik i1 G(od ha]d ee-ll,
O r .Jrsus and hli gospel knuwn '
Then if thli .a,.sp.il I r.fit.-,
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Informs me where to go, i
For grace to pardon all my sin.
And make me holy tou.

Here I can read and learn
How Christ, the Son of (Gul.',
Did undertake our great oincern:
Our ransom cost lis blood.

And now he reigns above,
He sends his spirit down, '"
To show the wonders of his love, .*
And make his gospel known.

Oh may that Spirit tea.h,
And make my heart receive, I
Those truths which all thy servantt preachr,
And all thy saints bi-lieve !


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RAISEE lu 'iOJ Full LEAliNING TO .IIE,'.

THE praises of my tongue
I o:fffr to the Lord,
That I was taught, and learned su. youung
To read his holy word:

That I am brought to know
The danger I was in ;
By nature, and by practice t.o,
A wretched slave to sin :

That I am led to see
I can do nothing ell ;
And whither shall a sinner flre,
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Then shall I praise the Lord
In a more cheerful strain.
That I was taught to read his word,
And have not learned in vain.



SOLEMN THOUGHTS OF GOD AND DEATH.
T HERE is a God that reigns above,
Lord of the heavens, and earth, and seas:
I fear his wrath, I ask his love,
And with my lips I sing his praise.
There is a law which he has writ,
To teach us all what we must do;
My soul, to his commands submit,
For they are holy, just, and true.
There is a gospel of rich grace,
Whence sinners all their comforts draw;
Lord, I repent, and seek thy face,
For I have often broke thy law.
There is an hour when I must die,
Nor can I tell how soon 'twill come;
A thousand children, young as I,
Are called by death to hear their doom.
Let me improve the hours I have,
Before the day of grace is fled;
There's no repentance in the grave,
Nor pardon offered to the dead.
Just as a tree cut down, that fell
To north or southward, there it lies;
So man departs to heaven or hell,
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There is a dlr-adlul ht-ll,
And evrrlastin_. paius;
ll'here einners mllii t irth devil., dI.l l, 'I
lu darkness, hre, and chains.
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Our childhood we resign;
'Twill please us to look back and see
That our whole lives were thine.
Let the sweet work of prayer and praise
S Employ my youngest breath;
S Thus I'm prepared for longer days,
Or fit for early death.



STHE DANGER OF DEI.AY.
SHY should I say, "'Tis yet to.,o :on
I Toseek for heaven, or think f death ("
SA flower may fade before'tis noon,
And I this day may lose my breath.
If this rebellious heart of mine
Despise the gracious call of Heaven.
I may be hardened in my sin,
And never have repentance given.
What if the Lord grow wroth, and swear,
While I refuse to read and pray,
That he'll refuse to lend an ear
To al my groans another day!
What if his dreadful anger burn,
'* While I refuse his offered grace;
And all his love to fury turn,
SAnd strike me dead upon the place !
'Tis dangerous to provoke a God ;
His power and vengeance none can tell:
One stroke of his almighty rod
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Then 'twill for ever be in vain
To cry I;fr pardon and for grace .
To wish I had my time again, 1!
Or hope to see myn Maker's face.
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EUMPLES OF EARLY PIETY.
i HAT bless'd esamnples do I fiud
Writ. in the word o'f truth,
Of children that began to mind
Religion in their youth!
Jesus, who reigns above the sky.
And keeps the world in aw-, i
\'Was once a child as young as I.
And kept his Father's law.
At twelve years old lie talk',l with minn,
'The Jews all wondering stand ;.
Yet he obey'd his mother then,
And came at her command.
Children a sweet hosanna sung,
And blessed their Savioiur's name :
They gave him honour with their ton._, '.
While Rcribes and priests blaspheme
Samuel, the child, was wean'd, and broilit i
To wait upon the Lord;
Young Timothy betLmes was taught
To know his holy word. 1
Then why should I so long delay
What others learned so soon 'l
I would not pass another day
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T ., .-; a li-, ,., -|.-;ik th.- trutli.
' ii.at w,- iI i.\ [t ut t t..i ill thi-\ .l .i I
Dit liar%- -r i:-,a never triit,
Thli.iili tlirh\ ihi..ul'd speak the thirn' tilat'.- tri'l ,
Alil Ii, th.t dl.'eP one Iault at first,
And lIs to hidil it. nimzke- it two.
HIa'e we not known, nr heard, nr rit,,,I
H,.,w God .bhors di&-ei it anwrl ..r
Ho Aiiiias wa:s struck ileaJ,
Ca'.u'ht with ;. lie upon his tongue'
S.n lill h11 wir' Saprphira li.e,
W\hi, iir *-,,nfli in, and :r': r;: o l.ll
.X, I t..-rnrni thi, wa, k., li.
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The Lord ktlIgllht iii them that .,Iak
Tlih words ,.i' truth, hut re-er lia.
Mllt. hnv-- hli portion in the lake
That hiurin with brilt4ilirn anllI withI fir-.
Then let nv- always wach n my lips,
L.,'t I ht struck to death anm hrll;
Sin.-e Godl hi ook u., reckontinz keps
For every lie that ehildlrie tell.



AGAINST EVIL CoM',PANY.

W HY shoulId I jIin with th li.e 1in 11 ly
In whom I've n,.- delight :
W\h.'l curs and swear, but never prni ,
\Vh,, 'nll ill rianit.e aind tight
I hat'- t.. 'li.r a wanlton ,.on.l .
ThIie wvi ord ffH t nl minl- t ri u.
I -houldl n-t dare ilefil- my tr.ni.'tu
With language su,:h am theirs.
.\Aan. Iruni l.ols I'll turn mnin-l i',.
No.r with the s,.-t,'trs gi;
I -iuldd be walking with the wise
That wiser I may grow.
I.Fruil in,' nrudi: hboy, that's I -Iel tl inl,. k,
They %learn the- winked jirt :
iine' Mi.kly sheep inl;ectt.i th,- ItF.k,
Andi pUlisani. all the r-et.
M\ i;..i, I hate tu walk -ir dw.-ll
With sinl'il children hurn;
Thin l.t me lint hp wsnt t-, heIll,
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.0 \INST IQlAFI.ELLING; AN[' Fill
L ETJ ... .l.-l t t.. kirk aii .it.,
F..Ir GJ ud i.t li i l. [[ithn ill f,
SL r7 lo .ir- .iniI Ih nn -r" l .nii ril r,
F' r 'li th r ijt ur" t..'..
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T.. tcar avli ..thrin r e.\
S FLrt I'ne thrunri.!ti all V ur .. .Hs rnill
Ar! 1 :.ll *.-ir .t jrd il n.
iLiv\ lik. the h ii.-,Jd 'ir..in ., ll
,!' *' 'lTliuhat wen .and cl.nl 1 hil l.
HiS s..ul wa.I* genlrtl d a, I:uhb ,.
Atid, .a- hi -,tat ir ew.
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S11. s,1. whnt children n ,Iv, ,1 in ., ', I.,
r., Ani marks them for hi: ,jin.

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'I, Ac;INST SCOFFING AND CALLING NAMES.
ci 0U ) R iongues were made to blesi the L'bird. |
'. i. And not speak ill of men; !
I; Wlihen theree gve a ra ilig word,
We mst t t rail again.
I 'roa nfaiie nJ D anigry words reqiiret il
To be 1ch:n-tiied at school :
And he'i in danger of hell-lire.i
That illk his brother foul ,
j i ; I'-Int lips that I ire ,e ui prfi tnin ,
STo iik... and io jer, andl so|
Ii The Lord shall nuit them 1+..
When children, in their wa.itn |i1. ,
S,.rved old Elisha so;
Anid bade the prophet go his ival;-
1 C(; up. thoul bald-h ead, gi '"
S;,ll quickly .sti''pd' their wi, ked l.reitlh,
And s,.nt two ra-ing bear-,
That tore them limb frni linl: to [.l,.ii,
W1 W ith blo.), and roansans, an'l tear..
(G;rat God, low terrible art thlIuI
T.- Qiuner'- e'er s.r Volnlg!
m(:;rant me thy race, and tenah rna IIm,.A
S T., tame aind nile my trnLm,.. ;

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;A' \lNS SWEAf:IIN (UIJI:SI ;, .\N I IN\l.\' ,
G01D'S NAJE IN VAIN.
I NCELS. that high in AI.ry ii. ,d 11
Sl Ad,r'e thy name, Ahlm-lntv G>. v1
An.I de&il-l tremiile h.uan in hell, '
Ben.althl the terrors of tlhy r,.l. I
i And yet ihonw wik-il ..billren dare
Abuse thy dreadf.llul, glorious naoin:' naI
And when thv're angry. hl.iw thel y qwe.ir.
And curse their I'eUlows and blasphem.n
H. .iw ,lllth thet sta1 before thYv Ee,
Whli. treated thee with &uceh dLs lainA (
While tholu sinalt dl,,.jm them t.. the pl.an I I
i f' everlastiut fire anil pain
Then n.ev.r shall one 'loling drop .I
T,.Iliench their burning tonuiras be ivrin;
But I will praise tlhei here ani hil.-
Thus to: emnply iny t,:nmme in liheav.n.
My heart shall be in pain t-., heai r
W\Vr.-t hi:. affront the L.-rd abl:ovi
'Ts that great G-.i who,-.i power I Ir.ir, I
That heav-rnly Father wh.tri I ,"ve.
If my .ompanii.a:is griw profranie.
'11 leave their friendship, nheln I hlar ;'
Y.,ung sinners take th. name in vain. 6 i
S Anil learn t' eu.'re, anud learn t., swa nr. .

AGAINS'I PI'lDE IN CLOTHES.
W H Y should .i .ur garments, mad,. to hi- I,.
S iOur parents' shame pro.vok: our iprl,. I ,
Thl art ufdress did ne'er begin,
Till Eve, uur mother l-arnI,.i ti' sin.
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;A' \lNS SWEAf:IIN (UIJI:SI ;, .\N I IN\l.\' ,
G01D'S NAJE IN VAIN.
I NCELS. that high in AI.ry ii. ,d 11
Sl Ad,r'e thy name, Ahlm-lntv G>. v1
An.I de&il-l tremiile h.uan in hell, '
Ben.althl the terrors of tlhy r,.l. I
i And yet ihonw wik-il ..billren dare
Abuse thy dreadf.llul, glorious naoin:' naI
And when thv're angry. hl.iw thel y qwe.ir.
And curse their I'eUlows and blasphem.n
H. .iw ,lllth thet sta1 before thYv Ee,
Whli. treated thee with &uceh dLs lainA (
While tholu sinalt dl,,.jm them t.. the pl.an I I
i f' everlastiut fire anil pain
Then n.ev.r shall one 'loling drop .I
T,.Iliench their burning tonuiras be ivrin;
But I will praise tlhei here ani hil.-
Thus to: emnply iny t,:nmme in liheav.n.
My heart shall be in pain t-., heai r
W\Vr.-t hi:. affront the L.-rd abl:ovi
'Ts that great G-.i who,-.i power I Ir.ir, I
That heav-rnly Father wh.tri I ,"ve.
If my .ompanii.a:is griw profranie.
'11 leave their friendship, nheln I hlar ;'
Y.,ung sinners take th. name in vain. 6 i
S Anil learn t' eu.'re, anud learn t., swa nr. .

AGAINS'I PI'lDE IN CLOTHES.
W H Y should .i .ur garments, mad,. to hi- I,.
S iOur parents' shame pro.vok: our iprl,. I ,
Thl art ufdress did ne'er begin,
Till Eve, uur mother l-arnI,.i ti' sin.
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'ii liri e t he put ih overing .i
Her rl'h-' of inno:i.ne' was gone;
And. yet her children vainly boast
In the sad marks of glory lost.

SHow proud we are, how ~ond to show
Our clothes, and call them rich and new
When the poor sheep and silkworm wiore
That very clothing long before!
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The tulip and the butterfly
Appear in Qayer coats than I:
N',' Let me he dreda'd fiue as I will.
Flies, worms, and tfluwers eceedJ me tilll

Then will I set my heart to fiunt
i.! ,I 4Inward adirnings of the mind ;
i Kniiwledlge and virtue, truth and gra ,
S These are the robes of ri-chest dress.

No more hall worms with me coniprm re;
This is the raimnent angels wear;
The S.1n of Gr d. when here heliw,
Put ,on this bleas'd apparel t,.o.

It never faldes, it ne'er crows nl,. i
Nor fears the rain, nor rn..th, n-'r mnioul I
It takes rio ripot. but -till refini:.. ;|
The more 'tis worn, the uim.re it slin-r4.

In this on earth should I apnpeir,
Then o, to heaven, and we'ir it theri-
G d will npprruve it in hii ;i let. ,
'Ti- his own work, and hi- i .li.ihr I


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Sl\ .],-1.thi tihe little. ibu ie,
ShIinpr,'.ve e.:l. thith li ing I k.,.,r,
,'And -anlther bjI.ney ill the .1.iv
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'11 H ,w 11P t sihe -i.ri .,,l til? war '
!."'.; \i,.l il....nre harI. t.. "t.. nt w, .ilI
', W ith the wrr t h... .II uik,%-
,.,,,!.i hi w ,.,rks ,,t l -.i our, >.r .,I" skill,
1I ni..ll l he bu y I.:..? ;
h .', F'..r s .ita. fin,-] s..i e in; ,iiif :- till
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i"; L[:t Iny lir-t y.ar. Ir i t ,
.",l TI, ,t I i\'l. 1:r e-ery .L.y
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HY shAould I l.ve my 3. ort 8, w11l,
S,. constant at ruy play;
SAnd lose the thought ol h:.avenl ;ihIl hI-ll,
And then forget to pray I

What do I read my Bible for.
4i ;But, Lord, to learu thy will 1
A nd shall I daily know thee mi.',r
SAnd leIs obey thee still '

How senseliess is my heart, and w.ildl' l
How ain are all my tl.nlir- '
rPitv thi" weakness ..f a 'hil.l,
4 il Ainl pandl, u all mf ,ailt. f;',-

% .ke me thy lhav.;inly v.ii.- tu lie..!
Andl l-t me loIv- to pray;
in.e l .-,d will le-nd a r...rcii- .II, -l
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IET F il.lh,1rn th th II w ul.lI t r tli L.,r.I
I it j r''r wh.it ti. ir ti,:.irh..'.t -. il ,
\\illi ri. er n. it ..- t th. ir I.,r' t d' .r.I,
Anl with .I light IL "10 .
If iv' \ou n.-r h ar in.r I.,t Ir,: ulti l d l '..le,
A.x, thre.i'te.i-d liY the L.i.l.
T.. hi,. thar ,ro -k; hiq I'lrj.r' l ia w,
t "r uo,.:k- II1 mothlier' ..iri" ,
\\'h.it heav-y gililt. upf.-n him lies
Ho.iw ,tr.jirpd i his fl n. !
TIh: r. .'nTi -i ll pi. k ...nt hin. oi' ,;
AiI eaIle eat the .tin>e.
plt thi ik' wh.a %or-r il. 1,-, ai i -ivle
Thoir par.ir-t, hi.noutr ,hi1,
I if: .I[ til,- e.rth ti.\ III, % h;ll live,
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M V i!::l, I.i. iiiaka th t un I'.' k '".
Hi I' roper hour to) ris-,
AndI t:o .i Ir-hlt t.- all I.low,
Do*th send him round the skie.

\\When 'frum the rhamnbem of the ea.t
His mornin._ ra;e heo-ins,
Ho nv'er tr nor lr toQ lr ito, rtnt,
'lut rouLnd the wurld. he shirn-s.


So. like the- sun, would I fulfil
The bisiniji.s of the- .1v :
I'.-.-'in my work betimnies, niiI -till
March on u Ii heavcnl w.y.

i;i 1,. n-, 0 Lord. thine ierly r._ra-,
N.,r let iny sV.11l co0iiiiil liin.
Thit the y.ung m.rninii ..I Imy l.n1
Has all Ike:n -,l,,nt in vain.


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II *. I 'll n y ik-:r'a irn ,'
:11, .f .rts every h nr n sk.- kn.u ., .. ,


In My 'In<, hnw r'atL t heir n .k..
L.ir ive [rf ;ird.ii fot r tIhe |I t,

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T HIS i lie r lay lihen (l'hrist a,.- i
S,:, :,irly f'r.in the al d;
\VlWi\ h .uiil'l 1 keep minr eytlid' elr. ,ii,
And wa~tp rm h h .urs iu i .t i I
rhis, is the l.ty whAen J-.unI br.ke i
The power otf death and liel, ;
And shall I still uear Satan'< yk',
And l:iut mty sins n well.
T.-lday with plei;,urve Il'ristiaj ns ule,- ;
To pray aiilI hli,-r tl) rl ,uI .; I
Li.I1 I ",uil u,,. with hlierlril r-.t, I
T, l-.irn thy will, 1 Lord..
I l leive in.\ je) Lrt tI rei'l .i 1 i l .r.
And lprelar,e f..r h a. '-n I -
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Ii ,,I i,.i. l II-1I thll,
At ii..- they sili,, ,11 nn' tlhi\ |ira
'. .' T li,.\ I-.1 oar l o If h a,.n, *in.r I'.iarn ir tl. \
[" 1 l'nM;. I, k .n tih re., and till "oul1 i .,, ;'
'Ti i- hk i. little he.%.n b-low
SN t all mn\ pleasure :and ni.\ I..Y
Shall t. nipt me to flrvet thii 'dia
Sh, write upon Ii.V nm.rnlry, Lord,
: 1', texts anil do."trines ." thb wor "'
l'" t I may break tlh laws no: m:r.
,'ut I i tihe( b tt> r tii:i bel'.re
i .% W itll thl..iiu: ihs (Christ, nnid thing, II1I In.
FIII ull I ii. ; 'ulv l hI, art ...1' rilln u

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,'|iro; THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. !
TI '1HOU shalt have no other go.Is but meI
2. 1 Before no idul bow thy knee;
3. Take not the name of God in vain;
4. Nor dare the Sabbath-day profane;
S.. Give both thy parents honour due; i
t. Take heed that thou no murder do;
7. Abstain from words and deeds unclean,
4. Nor steal, though thou art poor and meni:
U Nor make a will lie, nor love it;
IP. What is thy neighbour's dare not covet

S THE SUM OF THE COMMANDMENTS.
W ITH all thy soul love God above,
And as thyself thy neighbour lo- ,.
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OUR SAVIOUR'S GOLDEN RULE.
SMarrtcwr vil 12. II
E yo'u to others kind and true,
SAs you'd have others he to you:
And neither do nor say to men
rWhate'er you would not take again

i i 111'1UTY TO GOD AN) OUR NEIGIHBOIl;:
OVE God with all your soul and strenvil. :,
I 1- With all your heart and mind;
And love your neighbour as your,-lfr
Be faithful, just, and kind.
I tal, with another as you'd hav.-
Ano,,ther deal with you:
S\'h.it iu're unwilling., to re-eiv, i
B. lre you never i1f.)
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,'|iro; THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. !
TI '1HOU shalt have no other go.Is but meI
2. 1 Before no idul bow thy knee;
3. Take not the name of God in vain;
4. Nor dare the Sabbath-day profane;
S.. Give both thy parents honour due; i
t. Take heed that thou no murder do;
7. Abstain from words and deeds unclean,
4. Nor steal, though thou art poor and meni:
U Nor make a will lie, nor love it;
IP. What is thy neighbour's dare not covet

S THE SUM OF THE COMMANDMENTS.
W ITH all thy soul love God above,
And as thyself thy neighbour lo- ,.
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OUR SAVIOUR'S GOLDEN RULE.
SMarrtcwr vil 12. II
E yo'u to others kind and true,
SAs you'd have others he to you:
And neither do nor say to men
rWhate'er you would not take again

i i 111'1UTY TO GOD AN) OUR NEIGIHBOIl;:
OVE God with all your soul and strenvil. :,
I 1- With all your heart and mind;
And love your neighbour as your,-lfr
Be faithful, just, and kind.
I tal, with another as you'd hav.-
Ano,,ther deal with you:
S\'h.it iu're unwilling., to re-eiv, i
B. lre you never i1f.)
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,'|iro; THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. !
TI '1HOU shalt have no other go.Is but meI
2. 1 Before no idul bow thy knee;
3. Take not the name of God in vain;
4. Nor dare the Sabbath-day profane;
S.. Give both thy parents honour due; i
t. Take heed that thou no murder do;
7. Abstain from words and deeds unclean,
4. Nor steal, though thou art poor and meni:
U Nor make a will lie, nor love it;
IP. What is thy neighbour's dare not covet

S THE SUM OF THE COMMANDMENTS.
W ITH all thy soul love God above,
And as thyself thy neighbour lo- ,.
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OUR SAVIOUR'S GOLDEN RULE.
SMarrtcwr vil 12. II
E yo'u to others kind and true,
SAs you'd have others he to you:
And neither do nor say to men
rWhate'er you would not take again

i i 111'1UTY TO GOD AN) OUR NEIGIHBOIl;:
OVE God with all your soul and strenvil. :,
I 1- With all your heart and mind;
And love your neighbour as your,-lfr
Be faithful, just, and kind.
I tal, with another as you'd hav.-
Ano,,ther deal with you:
S\'h.it iu're unwilling., to re-eiv, i
B. lre you never i1f.)
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,'|iro; THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. !
TI '1HOU shalt have no other go.Is but meI
2. 1 Before no idul bow thy knee;
3. Take not the name of God in vain;
4. Nor dare the Sabbath-day profane;
S.. Give both thy parents honour due; i
t. Take heed that thou no murder do;
7. Abstain from words and deeds unclean,
4. Nor steal, though thou art poor and meni:
U Nor make a will lie, nor love it;
IP. What is thy neighbour's dare not covet

S THE SUM OF THE COMMANDMENTS.
W ITH all thy soul love God above,
And as thyself thy neighbour lo- ,.
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OUR SAVIOUR'S GOLDEN RULE.
SMarrtcwr vil 12. II
E yo'u to others kind and true,
SAs you'd have others he to you:
And neither do nor say to men
rWhate'er you would not take again

i i 111'1UTY TO GOD AN) OUR NEIGIHBOIl;:
OVE God with all your soul and strenvil. :,
I 1- With all your heart and mind;
And love your neighbour as your,-lfr
Be faithful, just, and kind.
I tal, with another as you'd hav.-
Ano,,ther deal with you:
S\'h.it iu're unwilling., to re-eiv, i
B. lre you never i1f.)
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I IIE HOSANNA; OR, SALVATION ASCRPIIIED
TO ('IIs ,: S .
ITOSANNA to king Da id's S..n,
,.1 Vi'.m: r:igns on a superior throne. .
1 \VWe bless the Prince ,.l heavenly I.irtl,
Sho\\h. brings salvation J.1wn to earthI. I
',: 6-Let every nation, every age,
;n this delightful work enga.e :
':li men and babes in Sion sinL l|
The growing glories of her Kin-.

S' HOSANNA to the Prince of grac-
Sion. behl.ld tlih King !
IV, [Proclaim the Son of Davidis ra.'-.
And teach the babes t. Mug.

S'I r..ri th Fa n .

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Ic .crihe salvation t tlo the- Lord.
With blessings un bii nanm.
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'. HOSANNA to the Son
I "i Of David and of God,
S,,' Who brought the news of pardt,,n *I.' "
i And bought it with his blood
I To Christ, the anointed Kingp
Be endless bleasings given;
Let the whole earth hik glories sini-,
i, I'1 Who made our peace with healerr


tI;lORY TO THE FATHER, AND TO TlHE Sl',
0 O God the Father, God the S..ij,
T And God the Spirit, Tlir.:- in i
Bi, Ee houour. praise, antd 'l..ry gi ii-.
SBy all on earth, and all in heav-iii

i h N :OW let the Father, and the Son,
Arid Spirit be adort-d,
W\'here there are works to make him kn.I."
Or saints to luve the Lo.rd.

GIVE to the Father praise,
I Give glory to the Son
i .' And to the Spirit of his gra.e
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H I.''H, m 'ler, lie atill and ,lIiiilr .o
l'f l, a'+nn ls uiiar'1 thy hi


;SI*'.f.. 0).\ 3 hihe tl3 hi. jIa l rimrlt.
-i',if *iiz"l limnoi, thy rini p .r l. .

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ALJ 1t).\ wainl are w\'ril upIph d. I.
HIow tim ih better thou'rt att,-ndl
Thin thie Sn of G...J could br.
Wh,-n from he.ivei hl- iIstenaiil.
And bIeo'ammi a thild like tliee !
S.l't n.l eaiy is thy -iradle ;
'.,arip andl hard thy Svi,..ir lay.
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,I 1 S ,,tl.'s fair, divinely bright !!
I ;llMlst he dwell with brutal creatures ,. .
How could angels bear the sight I
i Was there nothing but a manger
SCursed sinners could afford,
I'I '.To receive the heavenly stranger?--
Si Did they thus affront the Lord I

I MSoft, my child, I did not chide thee,
Though my song might sound too hiar.l
STis thy mother* sits beside thee,
I And her arms shall be thy guard
Yet to read the shameful story,
How the Jews abused their Kin".
HIlio they served the Lonl of glory i
Sii Mtak,'s me suery while I .-ing.
Sei. tle- kinder shepherds round hlii. !;
i Tellin wonders from the sky .
I\\ Where they sought him, there ilr I.ery .il
him, R
SWith his virgin mother by.
SS.- thie lhecl) babe a-dressing,
I Lo)ly inf'dnt, how he Rmiled '
S'hen he wept, the mother's blesini.
Soilth 'dl and hush'd the holy Childl
,I 'rTwas to, save thee, child. frome dyini,.
SSale n m dear frni burning flame.

That th. lIless'l Redeemer came.

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I n1aiii hini vi'it, still lih.i ing to find I
SHe hail took better care f''r improving liiA mind.
I-H, tild me hii dreams, talk'.1 of eating andi
drinking;
Rrit he scarce -reads his Bible, and never love
thinking.
I ,S I then to my heart, Here's a les~-on foi mie.
lThis man's but a picture of what I might e ;
B Rut thanks to- my Iriends for their care in my
breeding,
\ i>he taught nm betimes to love wnrkin, an.I
S readingg"
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TIlE H SE.
o W fair the rose' What a .beautifl'l fliwtr '
T Thie glorv of April and May;
But tlie leaves are beginninga to I'de in an hiur.,
And they wither and die in a day
Yet rtl,-sena one powerful virtue: to boasnt,
\\'hen italeaves are all dead, and fine colours are
lost,
Still how aswet a perfume it will yield'
,o frail is the ybuth and beauty of men,
Thourl they bloom and look gay like a ro-
Rlit all our fond care to preserve them is vain,
Time kills them as fait as he goes.
Then I'll not be proud of my youth or my beautv.
S Since 'both of them wither and fade;
Sut gain a gool name by well doing my duty:
SThii. will sent like a rose when 'm -lead.


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iI\ i* il l. Il..ly all 'I 1-'. I withoutt anger or rage;
II-..- 1111. 1, i,.,i. t-., I. ain I.in the sight?
%l i.iA I.ll, I.. .ii tl k; l e I,.-l.t dabble in mud,
ir .1,.%.., \ .. i, l. i I.la tIil it i.nded in blood;
i .. .i. l 111 :. li. r. 11. [I i. t i r natures:
1i.1 T'I'l..ra ai. \%% 1111.i.i., 'i.l such pretty names,
: I l ,. I i -., i.ly anii .iii iii.. as doves oras lambs,
'I I...., I..- I '.>-.- i'I.....:I|I creatures.
\..t a ti.i,,: thit i 1.*, i..i word that we say,
Sl..:.il.i1 ,I ,l..r aiLr. l.ir i I..i:-.t ,ii or play;
KI .., hI-r ill i,. ,*,. 1. i t i, 's hurt:
li.. ii..I: aI .. II..- 1 L..\' tl, ir throw pebbles and m ire!
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THE ANT, OR E.LET.
T HESE eninmets, how little they are in our ey.v'!
We tread them to lust, and a trop of them
dies,
' Without our re-ar.d r c:nn:ern:
Yt. wiwe as we are, if we went to their schl'i.l.
There's many a sluiigarl aud many a foul
'Some leisuns of wisdom might learn.

They wear not th-ir time out in sleeping or pl.iy,
But gather up corn on a sunshiny day,
Anld If.r t inter they lay up their stores:
Thiy nmnaaae their work in su.:h re-iilar ;frm.;.
i in. w.ould. think they foresaw all the frost .iil
the storms,
Anld - brought their find within dIorN

But I have ler- sense than a poor crecpin.; ant,
If I take not g,-i:0i rare of the thiniie I liall w.tni.
Nor pr:ii id., paint t Idanelrs in time;
\V|],.n d: ath or o.l driae .,hall ,i-nev stare in my tn*',.
\\'lit a wret'hli hall I he in tihe end iof' ny davy .
II I triflk, ;'any all their prince!

N.,w, iow,, while inmy .tr>uut li aind ly youth :lri:
in l.,onim,
L-,r riin. tlink what shall s'r\e mre wli-n sicknress
sIhll II ,
An. pray that my vinr< h- fr.r'ivn :
Lo-t i]- read in ,iod book, arid beli,-ve, anid li-e.
T'.'t when death turn me 'ult of this i.ott.i._'. '
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SWhen I hear them telling lies,
Talking foolish, curing, swearing ,
First I'll strive to make them wis,
SOr I'll soon go o(.ut of hearing.
What though I Il low and mean,' q
I'll engage the rich tu love me:
S\While I'f modest, net, and clean.
And submiit when they reprove mi.'
,If I should be poor and asik,
SI shall meet, I #tpe, with piry ,
Since I love to help the weak,
I1, I Though they're neither f'ar nor wit r
S I'l not willingly offend,
: Nor be easily offended; I
What's anmis I'll strive-to mend, '
And endure what Can't be mnen.-i
May I be so 0a.thfiul still
O'er my lihmitrs and my passing,
.s to speak and do no ill, I
Though it should be all the fashi,", ;
Wicked laslitoni lead to hell, I',
Ne'er may I be found .omfplyi._ .'
i1 fBlit in lile behave so well,
Nut to be afraid of dying. .







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