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43 When Guilt and Shame are raising
When I begin clofely to think upon
61 When the due Time had taken place
13 When the Eternal from his Throne
When thou, the great and fov'reign Creator
76 When to Bed retiring
13d When we are under great Distress
21 When we baptize a Sinner in Chrifl's Death
16 When with your dying Breath I hear from you 53 Whence, Lord? from Jofeph's Tomb
53 Whene'er I him can eat
Whene'er the Maries at thy Feet I fee
53* Where Righteoufnefs doth fay 366 Where fhall my wondring Soul begin I While Jefus on the Lap of Mary lies 58 Whilft yet the Babe is in the Womb 39 Who are the Cloud of Witneffes 46 Who dares the Father God to fcan
Who is this mighty Hero, who?
Who of all by Nature moved
Who overcometh, fhall of that Tree verdant
47 Whofo has rightly spy'd
36 Who would know Sin, let him repair Whofe Soul is once betroth'd, can ever he
8 Why, O my Brother, art thou fad
57 Why fhould I continue grieving
33 With a moft tender Longing
Why thus with Grief opprefs'd my Heart
13 With all the Pow'r my poor Heart hath 39 With deeper Reverence and Awe
With too deep Relifh never let me like
13e Without thee, Lord, is nothing fweet
546 Would you be well all over
E all, who are wounded by Sin's pois'nous Sting if.
Ye Chofen, and each faved One
466 Ye Chriftian Congregations dear
19 Ye Children, where do you dwell? where is your Ground ii.
67 Ye Elect, who Peace poffefs unfhaken
54c Ye Hands of Love, once pierc'd with Nails
80 Ye Learners of the Grace and Blood
Ye open Wounds and Bruifes
13 Ye Seraphim, who proftrate fall
61 Ye fingle Brethren, think how near
61 Ye valiant Warriors of our Train
36b Ye who have known th' atoning Blood
84 Ye Wounds, which Nails and Scourges tear
21 Your Thanks, ye Children, to the Spirit fend 68 Youth divine, with Staff in Hand
7 ZION's King, 'tis well so nigh
Concerning the following Table, the Reader is to be advertised, That the Numbers on the Left Side of the Page, denote the several Metres; the Letters a, b, c, Ec. subjoin'd to fome, denote fo many distinct Tunes for the fame Metre. He that knows but one Tune, can make that one ferve; but if he knows more, he can fuit the Nature of his Subject the better.
That the References after each Measure, are only for the Interim, till a compleat Book of Tunes fhall be printed in English, answering to the Numbers aforemention'd. Thefe References fhew where the Tunes may be fought in the meanwhile: Tb. denotes a Tune-book printed by us in English some Years ago; G. the large German Book of Notes now in Hand, and fhortly to be publish'd, anfwering to the Index of the German Hymn-book; Rav. Ravenscroft's Collection of Pfalm-tunes; Chet. Chetham's.
That Hymns are cited, not according to the Page (except where p. is added) but the Figures they bear over them.
That a Metre is commonly reckon'd to consist of fo many Lines, as it has diftin& Members in the Rhyme and Singing, tho' otherwife two may be printed together. One Irregularity must here be taken notice of, viz. that fome of the Hymns belonging to the following Tunes, N° 1, 14, 19, 28, 33a, 36c, 47, 546 and d, 56, 614, 69, 83, 87, have a Syllable more, or a Syllable less, in fome of the Lines, than others of the fame kind have: Which was owing to this, that fome of the Translators or Authors would decline ufing double Rhymes, and fo in fome of the faid Measures contracted such a Rhyme into one Syllable, in others fubftituted three Syllables for it; and others again complied in that refpect with the German Original. The Hymns where the double Rhymes are introduced, fing the trueft according to the German Notes; but thro' Custom, we find no Difficulty in accommodating the others alfo thereto. It was a fuppofed Euphony that was likewife the Motive with the Tranflators, to add a Syllable fometimes to the two first Lines of Metre 21. tho' at other Times they adhered to the original Measure.
METRE confifting of II Lines.
1 TEACH us, O Lord, thy Cross's Mystery (Part ii. No 232)
b I lift my Heart to Thee (i. 115) Eng. Pfalm tune.
Tb. 6. G. 1.
Thou whem thron'd in Heav'n we know (ii. 384) Tb. 40. G. 9.
6 My Soul, awake and tender (i. 477) G. 10.
7a Saviour of the Nations, come (i. 211) G. 11. ↳ Holy Lamb, who thee receive (ii. 30) Tb. 11.
8 a Teach me yet more of thy bleft Ways (ii. 75)
The Tears of our Immanuel Tb. 21. G. 14.
b Rife, rife, my Soul, and leave the Ground (i. 566) York-tune. c Come, let us join our chearful Songs Tb. 20. Lobt Gott ihr Chriften. 9a Ah my dear Heart-beloved Lamb (ii. 82) G. 15. Ab
ы As fmall Birds ufe, a Hole to choose (i. 445) G. 64.
Congregation, Chrift's Relation (ii. 221) Tb. 27. G. 16. Let us confefs now our Sin's Load (i. 282) G. 17. 12 Jefu, on thee to be thinking (i. 237) G. 20.
13a The Saviour's Blood and Righteousness (ii. 19) Tb. 26. G. 22. b I come from Heaven to declare (i. 300) G. 22.
c To God let all the human Race (i. 233) cth Pfalm Tune.
f Chrift, everlasting Source of Light (i. 243) G. 22.
Chzift, der du bist der helle tag. Ger. 22.
i Come, Holy Ghoft, celestial Dove (i. 594)
Komm Gott Schoepfer Heiliger Geißt. Ger. 21. 14 My dearest Saviour, caft an Eye (ii. 142)
Lord, I have finn'd, and fuch the Sum (i. 410) Tb. 17. G.26.
Some Hymns of this Measure (when without double Rhymes) and of the next too, may be fung to Tune 13 f.
15 How rich, how happy is a Soul (ii. 161) Tb. 22. G. 29. 16a Far greater than one thought or could fuppofe (ii. 64) G. 32. b Sinners Redeemer, whom we inly love (ii. 233) Tb. 3. 17a Soul, come honour thy dear King, adore him (ii. 132) G. 30. b To fuch the King will give a Kifs of Love (ii. 62) Tb. 1. 18 Dear Jefu, wherein wert thou to be blamed (i. 223) G. 36. I glory in nothing but in the Wounds bloody (i. 632) Ye Children, where do ye dwell, &c. Tb. 28. G. 39.
Of V Lines.
20a Jefu, all Praife is due to thee (i. 213) Tb. 5. G. 50.
O thou dearest Bridegroom, flaughter'd Lamb (ii. 283) Tb. 10. 23 When Jefus on the Cross was found (i. 161) G. 51.
Of VI Lines.
24 Elder of thy Train (ii. 333) Tb. 36. G. 68.
The latter is right, as to the Number of Syllables in the 3d Line,
26 The blessed Armies (ii. 393) G. 70.
27 Devoutly and loving (i. 219)
28 Dear Lamb, in me fulfil (ii. 86)
O whither fhall 1 fly (i. 447) Tb. 46. G. 75.
29 How happy is the Heart (ii. 55) cxlviiith Pfalm Tune.
31 My Lard at eight Days old began to bleed (i. 387)
b God's Son once defcending (i. 249) G. 72.
33a My wounded Prince, enthron'd on high (ii. 115)
O World, Attention lend it (i. 442) Tb. 47. G. 79.
b Jefu, whofe Grace infpires thy Priests (ii. pag. 373) G. 92, 34 Dearest Jefu, we are here (i. 432) G. 84.
Bless our Going out, O God.
35 God the Lord of the Creation (i. 478) G. 89. 36a Our Father who from Heav'n above (i. 155)
Think on thy Son's fo bitter Death (i. 218) G. 96. cxiith Pf. Rav, b He who was laugh'd at on the Tree ii. p. 351. Tb. 43. G. 90. c Now I have found the Ground wherein (ii. 106)
He that confides in his Creator (i. 471) G. 106.
37 Come hither, faith our blessed Lord (i. 151) G. 94.
38 Heart's Delight and highest Pleasure (i. 659.) G. 95.
Of VII Lines.
40 Father, Lord of Mercy (i. 290) G. 122.
41 O what fweetest Stores of Grace (ii. 364) G. 124. 42 Chrift, that only-begotten (i. 335) G. 125.
43 Is that my dearest Brother (ii. 353) Tb. 35. G. 126.