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Poems (1739, 1740, 1742, 1749, 1756)*, Hymns on God's Everlasting Love (1741), Hymns for the Watch Nights (1744), Hymns for Times of Trouble and Persecution (1744, 1745)t, Hymns on the Lord's Supper (1745), Hymns for the Nativity of Our Lord (2nd ed., 1745, 1772)$, Hymns for those that Seek, and those that have found, Redemption in the Blood of Jesus Christ (1746)||, Hymns for our Lord's Resurrection (1746)**, Hymns for our Lord's Ascension (1746), Hymns for New Year's Day (1750–1788)tt, Hymns of Intercession for all Mankind (1758)ff, Funeral Hymns (1759)88, Short Hymns (two thousand one hundred and forty-five) on Select Passages of the Holy Scriptures (1762)||II. Hymns for Children, and Others of Riper Years (1763).***

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* Blest be the dear uniting love (1756) · · · · · · ·. ++ Blow ye the trumpet, blow (1750) . . . . . . . . .

Christ from whom all blessings flow . . . . . . . * Christ the Lord is risen to-day (1739) ........ # Christ whose glory fills the skies (1740) . . . . . . . 88 Come let us join our friends above . . . . . . . . *** Come let us join the hosts above. .. § Come Thou long expected Jesus (1772) ..

Forth in Thy name O Lord I go ** Gentle Jesus, meek and mild. * Hail the day that sees Him rise (1739) * Hark, the herald angels sing (1739) . . . . . . . . 94 + Head of the Church triumphant . . . . . . . . . . * Jesus, lover of my soul (1740) :.......... 130 * Jesus my strength, my hope (1756) ..... † Lamb of God whose bleeding love . . . . . . . . i Leader of faithful souls, and Guide. · · · · · · ·

Let children proclaim.. $Light of those whose dreary dwelling (1772)......146 Lo, He comes with clouds descendin

. . 148 W Lord, that I may learn of Thee*. . . . . . . . . C. 93 Love divine, all love excelling: .. ....

. . 170 * O for a heart to praise my God (1756) . . . . . .

185 * O for a thousand tongues to sing (

(Glory to God, and praise, and love.] * O Love divine, how sweet Thou art (1749) . . . . . . 409 HILO Thou who camest from above . . . . . . . . . .

* Peace be to this habitation . . . . . . . . . . ** Rejoice, the Lord is King . . . . . . . . . . . . * Soldiers of Christ arise (1749) . . . . . . . . . :**

To God who reigns above the sky (1742) . . . . . . C. 149 * Weary of wandering from my God (1749). . . . . . . 468

+ Ye servants of God (1745). ........... 300 Wesley, John, M.A., son of the Rev. Samuel Wesley, Rector

of Epworth, Lincolnshire; born at Epworth, 17 June, 1708 ; Curate at Epworth; afterwards founder of Methodism; died in London, 2 March, 1791. His hymns, which were mostly transla

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* See Berridge and NOTES.

tions from the German, appeared in his Collection of Psalms and
Hymns, the original (1738), and subsequent editions. He trans.
lated twenty-nine from the German, two from the French, and
one from the Spanisht, a language he learned in America.

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Before Jehovah's awful throne . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Commit thou all thy griefs .

Befieħl du deine Wege [GERHARDT).
Give to the winds thy fears .
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Hoff, ő du arme Seele (GERHARDT]*

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Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness

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Christi Blut und Gerechtigke TZENDORF
Lo, God is here, let us adore . ...........

. . 147
Gott ist gegenwärtig [TERSTBEGEN].
Now I have found the ground wherein. .

Ich habe nun den Grund gefunden (ROTHE).
+ O Lord within Thy sacred gates . . . . . . . . . . 196

o Thou to whose all-searching sight ..... • · · 411
Thee will I love, my strength, my tower .......... 448
Ich will Dich lieben, meine Stärke (ANGELUS SILESIUS, otherwise

Thy sacred carund gefunden (ROTARY ... 392

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Thou hidden love of God, whose height . . . . . . . . 456

Verborgne Gottes Liebe, Du [TERSTEEGEN).
Whately, Richard, D.D., son of the Rev. Dr. Joseph

Whately, Prebendary of Bristol; born in Cavendish Square,
London, 1 February, 1787; Archbishop of Dublin; died at
Dublin, 8 October, 1863. The verse, of which the first line is
below, was added by him to Heber's

“God that madest earth and heaven.”
Guard us waking, guard us sleeping .......... 79
White, Henry Kirke, son of a butcher at Nottingham,
where he was born, 21 March, 1785 ; died when a student at
Cambridge, 19 October, 1806. His hymns appeared in Dr.
Collyer's Collection (1812), and in his Poetical Works (Aldine

Edition, 1870)t. (See Maitland.]
+ O Lord, another day is flown ........... 404
† Oft in danger, oft in woe.

. . . . . . . . . 209
# When marshalled on the nightly plain ....ii.C. 156
*Whitfield, Frederick, B.A., son of H. Whitfield; born at

Threapwood in Shropshire, 7 January, 1829; Incumbent of 8.
John's, Bexley Heath, London. His hymns appeared in Sacred
Poems and Prose (1859)+; The Christian Casket in Prose and
Verse (1864), etc.

* The first line of the sixth stanza of Befiehl du deine Wege.

+ I need Thee, precious Jesus (1855)* . . . . . . . . . 117 † There is a name I love to hear (1855) ..... .. . 130

*Whiting, William, son of William Whiting; born at Ken

sington, London, 1 November, 1825; Master of Winchester Col. lege Choristers' School, His hymn below appeared in Hymns Ancient and Modern.

Eternal Father, strong to save (1860)

......... 53

Whitmore, Lady Lucy. The hymn below was modified

by Bishop Pelham, of Norwich; and the Rev. E. H. Bickersteth has re-written the first and third lines throughout, so as to rhyme.

We come, Lord, to Thy feet (1824). ........ C. 146

Whittemore, Jonathan, son of William Whittemore, of

Sandy Beds; born at Sandy Beds, 6 April, 1802 ; Minister of the Baptist Church for twenty years in Northamptonshire, afterwards at Eynsford, Kent: died in London, 31 October, 1860. His hymns apeared in a Hymn Chorale Book, and a Supplement to All Hymnbooks (1860), to which he contributed twenty-four, mostly adaptations to suit tunes.

Gracious Saviour, gentle Shepherdt ......... C. 42

*Whittemore, William Meynell, D.D., Rector of S..

James-within-Aldgate, London. His hymns have appeared in the Infant Altart, and in various hymnbooks.

+ I want to be like Jesus (1842)

. We won't give up the Bible (1839)

. . . . . . . . C. 64 ........ C. 153

Williams, Isaac, B.D., son of Isaac Lloyd Williams, barrister;

born in 1802; Rector of Bidley ; died at Stinchcombe, near Dursley, Gloucestershire, 1 May, 1865. His hymns appeared in Thoughts in Past Years (1831); Sacred Verses with Pictures

* This hymn appears in some Collections without the first stanza. The omission was originally made about twelve years ago by the publisher of Sacred Poems and Prose, and without the sanction of the author, who desires that the hymn should be printed as it was written.

+ See Notes.

(1845); Ancient Hymns for Children ; Hymns on the Catechism
(1851){ ; Lyra Apostolica (1836) ; etc. (See How.)

+ How solemn, silent, and how still ......... C. 57

Williams, William, born at Cefnycoed, near Llandovery, Car.

marthenshire, in 1717 ; educated for medicine, but became an
itinerant preacher of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church;
died at Pantycelyn, near Llandovery, 11 January, 1791. His
Welsh hymns appeared in the Alleluia (1745-1747); The Sea of
Glass (1752); the Visible Farewell, Welcome Invisible ; and the
Alleluia Again. His English hymns (a hundred and twenty-
two) appeared in Hosannah to the Son of David (1759); and
Gloria in Excelsis (1772)7. The hymn “Guide me" was
written in Welsh, but appeared in English (by whom trans-
lated is uncertain) in Whitefield's Collection (1774). The text of
both hymns is taken from Mr. Sedgwick's reprint (1859).

Guide me 0 Thou great Jehovah .......... 87
† O'er the gloomy hills of darkness . ......... 213

*Winkworth, Catherine, daughter of Henry Winkworth, of

Alderley, near Manchester; born in London, 13 September,
1829. Her hymns, which are translations from the German, have
appeared in the Lyra Germanica, two series (18557 and 18578); the
Chorale Book for England (1863ş); and the Christian Singers of
Germany (1869).

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*Wordsworth, Christopher, D.D., son of Christopher
Wordsworth, D.D., who was Master of Trinity College, Cam-

bridge, and brother of the poet, William Wordsworth; born in
1807 ; Bishop of Lincoln (18 8). His hymns have appeared

in the Holy Year (1865).
Hark, the sound of holy voices
Holy, holy, holy Lord God of hosts . . . . . . . . . 102
O day of rest and gladness . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
O Lord of heaven, and earth, and sea . . . . . . . . . 194
Praise to God the Father give . . . . . . . . . 491 : vü.
What beams of grace and mercy, Lord . ..

. . . . . . 290
*Wyatt, Henry Herbert, M.A., Incumbent of Trinity

Chapel, Brighton. His hymns appeared in Psalms and Hymns
for Public Worship, collected by H. W. Wyatt, M.A. (1859).

God the Lord has heard our prayer .......... 81

Xavier, Francis, son of a Spanish nobleman; born at Castle

Xavier, near Pampeluna, in Spain, 7 April, 1506; Missionary in
India, Ceylon, the Malaccas, Japan; died on the Island of
Sancian, near Canton, 2 December, 1552.

My God I love Thee, not because [CASWALL) ....... 377

O Deus, ego amo Te.

*Young, Andrew, son of David Young, for fifty years teacher

in Edinburgh; born in Edinburgh, 23 April, 1807; has held the
English Mastership of Madras College, 8. Andrews ; now resi.
dent again in his native city. His hymn appeared in the School

Hymnbook published by Messrs. Gall.
There is a happy land (1838) ........... C. 129
Zinzendorf, Nicholas Louis, Count, son of Count Zin.
zendorf, Prime Minister of Saxony; born in Dresden, 26 May,
1700; founder of Herrnhut, and protector of the Moravians or
United Brethren ; died at Herrnhut, 9 May, 1760. His hymns
(about two thousand) are contained in A Collection of Hymns
for the Parish of Berthelsdorf (1725), and elsewhere.

Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness (J. W BSLEY] .:... 136

Christi Blut und Gerechtigkeit. .
Anonymous,
Come, my soul, thou must be waking* .

Seele, du musst munter werden (von CANITZ].'."

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* This translation appeared anonymously in the British Maga.
cine, July 1838.

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