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Oh happy shades to me onblest 218 See how beneath the moon-beam's smile 97
Oh how delightful to the soul of man.. 42 See the leaves around us falling

Oh that the chemist's magic art ...... 217 See where it smokes along the sounding 171
Oh the hour when this material ...... 268 See yonder comes the powerful King .. 108
Oh my lov'd Rachel

240 Self-flattered, unexperienced, high 122
Oh who is it comes from the field .... 208 She is fallen, she is fallin ...

O most adorable, most unadored...... 17 She was adorn'd with wbat all Earth.. 117
Old tree thou art wither'd

55 Since o'er thy footstool here below.... 276
On all-important Time

257 Since 'tis tby sentence, I should part.. 177
Once in the flight of ages past

122 Since trifles make the sum of human.. 283
One morning in the month of May 168 Sing thy Creator's praise, and own 26
On Summer's breast the hawthorn

Sire of the stormy Alps, majestic power 98
On the wild heath in mournful guise.. 230 Sleep breathes at last from out thee 241
On thy beds of clover playing .. 69 Sleep little baby, sleep..
On two bold hills Jerusalem is seen .. 208 Slow glides the Nile amid the margin 194
O painted clouds sweet beauties

So fades tbe lovely blooming flower .. 255
O Salem who in proud disdain

146 So forth issewed the seasons of the yeare 36
O that in unfetter'd union

267 So sinks the day-star in the ocean-bed 251
O the wrath of the Lord is a terrible.. 189 Sound the loud timbrel o'er Egypt's .. 199
O thou Eternal one whose presence .. 5 Star of the morn, whose placid ray.... 141
O thou on earth beloved, adored...... 274 Star of the evening, how I love to mark 113
O thou who once didst wander here .. 161 | Stay thou orb of golden flame

Ours is a lovely world ! how fair 28 Stranger, panse, for thee the day 238
Our little Enoch sleeps upon yon bed 119 Sublime emerging from the misty verge 110
Over head upgrew insuperable height 52 Sublime, ineffable, angelic grace...... 189
O winter, ruler of the inverted year ..

47 Suffer that little children come to me.. 143

Survey the warlike Horse............ 79
Pale rugged Winter bending o'er 46 Survivor sole, and hardly such of all..
Pharaoh upon a gorgeons throne of state 193 Sweet as the shepherd's tupeful reed.. 170
Pilgrim, burden'd with thy sin 170 Sweet bird whom the winter constrains 74
Poor Oscar! how feebly thou crawl'st 219 Sweet flower, spring's earliest, loveliest 57
Praise to God, immortal praise 184 Sweet is the light of Sabbath Eve 261
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire

Sweet is the scene when Christians die 209
Pride, self-adoring pride was primal.. 124

Sweet Robin, I hail thy appearance
Proof needs not here, for whether we 128 Sweet Sabbath of the year ....... 46
Prophet of the elder day

164 Sweet the hour of tribulation ........ 216
Pure spirit! () where art thou now!.. 252

Tabor the place to prove his mission 148
Rejoice! Rejoice! the son of Jesse 133 The active bee on summer-morn

Religion ! thou the soul of happiness 155 The airy ship at anchor rides

Retire;--the world shit out;

3 The Angel of the flowers one day
Rivers, arise ; whether thou be the son 89 The Assyrian came down like a wolf.. 205
Rucks of my country, let the cloud .. 97 The bark that held a Prince went down 259
Rull on, thou deep and dark blue ocean 92 The beams of April ere it goes

The chariot, the chariot, its wheels roll 274
Sad City of the silent place......... 257 The days and years of time are Bed 275
Said Justice, Man I'd fain know...... 295 The distempered mind hath lost ....

Savionr, when in dust to thee....... 194 The dry leaves are falling

Say, what cause moved our first parents 117 The evening was glorious

Say, ye that know, ye who have feli.. 78 T'he glad birds are singing.
Scarce bad thy velvet lips imbibed 217 The glories of onr mortal state


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The gearled oak by some fair streamlet's 52 The year hath seen its round

The beavens, O Lord, thy power

17 | They know the Almighty's power 144
The borrid crags by toppling convent 86 This book, this holy book on every line 129
The insect that with pony wing 34 This fact is clear; both man and woman 289
The King was on his throne.......... 210 This place is holy ground ....

The lark has sung his carol in the sky 221 This world that we so highly prize.... 128
The light of Sabbath Eve ............

264 Thou art, O Lord, the life and light .. 11
The Lord, my Pasture, shall prepare .. 166 Thou art no lingerer in monarch's hall 109
The Lord of Hosts hath walked

Thou art our Father, Lord our Lord .. 209
The Lord oor God is full of might .... & Thou coloured winglet, floating in the ray 69
The Lord our God is Lord of all...... 9 Thou desolate and dying year

The mighty frame of glorious grace .. 130 Thou didst, О mighty God, exist

The morning dawns upon the place.... 154 Tho' pictured in thy form I see ...... 262
The morning flowers display their sweets 252 Thou hast thy beauties, sterner ones .. 47
The Niobe of nations, there she stands 84 Thou most indulgent, most tremendous 131
There God unfolds his presence ...... 279 Thou sacred light, that right from wrong 167
There is a bird who by his coat ...... 76 Tho' short thy span, God's unimpeach'd 254
There is a land where everlasting Suns 279 Thou soft flowing Kedron............ 152
There is a gem that lights the eye .... 216 Thou, whose rejoicing eye of light.... 108
There is an hour of peaceful rest...... 278 Thou, whose spell can raise the dead 201
There is a flower--a little flower 66 Thrice welcome, little English flower.. 60
There is a stream wbich issues forth 179 Thro' shades and solitudes profound 170
There is a smile upon that cheek .... 246 Thus arrogant and thus absurd........ 205
There is—there is a joy........

Thus prayed the Prophet ...

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There often wanders one whom better 239 Thus wben Elijah mark'd from Carmel's 202
The roaring tumult of the billowed sea 145 Time’s glory is to calm contending Kings 257
The rose had been wash'd, just wash'd 217 Time in advance behind him hides, .. 256
The se was rich in bloom on Sharon's 243 Time, swift time from years their motion 121
There was a sound of revelry by night 226 Time was each larly thought no harm.. 287
The Saviour wept, his beaming eye .. 147 'Tis eve, the sun's last rays are lingering 101
These are thy glorious works Parent .. 31 'Tis finished, he spake the words 155
These as they change Almighty Father 49 'Tis her first grief, the bird is dead
These eyes that were half-closed in death 207 'Tis midnight, 'tis midnight.

These irs of age are inessengers .... 122 'Tis pleasant to wander along on the sand 96
The setting orb of night, her level ray 160 'Tis summer 'tis summer

The sepulchre was gaping wide 148 To mark the sufferings of the babe.... 245
The sleepy spring was still in bed 40 To men of other minds my fancy flies 92
The snow-drop Winter's timid child 56 To purify their wine some people bleed 232
The Son, on his great expedition now 21 To sit on rocks, to muse o'er tlood.... 234
The spacious firmament on high . 28 Traverse the world, go fly from pole.. 167
The standards of imperial Rome...... 154 Triumphant arch that fill'st the sky.... 106
The stars are forth the moon above 112 True Charity a plant divinely nursed.. 176
The sun-beams streak the azure skies.. 101 True hope is Jacob's staffe indeed 173
The sun had sunk beneath the western 150 Turn, turn thy hasty foot aside
The sun is high, the Atlantic is unfanp'd 94 Turn on the prudent ant thy heedful 71
The towering eagle soars from human 77 Turn we to survey where rougher climes 83
The wanton troopers passing by 221 'Twas a lovely thought to mark the hours 67
The wind blows chill across those gloomy 192 'Twas in the glad season of spring
The wolf is in thy kingly hall

258 'Twas midnight, and along each silent 222
The world is grown old

273 'Twas morn! the rising splendor roll'd 194
The world's something bigger


'Twas morn, the dewy morn.......... 248

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'Twas not the moon in glory streaming 136
'Twas on the border of a stream...... 65
'Twas twilight, for the sunless day 228
Twice has the sun commenced his annual 120
Two of far nobler shape, erect and tall 117
Types of eternal rest, fair buds of bliss 263

UNFADING hope, when life's last ....-175
Unhappy White, while life was in its 254
Upon a rock's extremest verge

Upon the hill the Prophet stood.... 199

When we our weary limbs to rest.... 208
When with a serious musing I behold 63
Wherefore do the heathen rage

Where now the vital energy that mov'd 47
Where seas of glass with gay reflection 55
Where southern seas and winds prevail 80
Which is the happiest death to die? .. 267
While wits thro' fiction's regions ramble 288
Whoe'er like me with trembling anguish 255
Who is my mother or my brethren ?.. 143
Whom call we gay? that honour long 168
Whose imp art thou with dimpled cheek 119
Whose is that sword, that voice? 212
Who shall avenge the slave? ........ 233
Why wakes that moan of deep distress? 207
Winter has a joy for me

Wisdom is humble, says the voice .... 295
With drooping bells of clearest blue .. 63
With him his noblest sons might not.. 117
With him went Doubt, staggering 126
Within this awful volume lies ........ 129
Wo and wailing shall be o'er then.... 279

Wanton drole whose harmless play.. 77
Weep not my mother, weep not 246
What hid'st thou in thy treasure caves 94
What is it that gives thee mild queen 111
What is life? a rapid stream

What is the world ? a wildering maze 129
What suns have shone, what storms .. 292
When all thy mercies, O my God .... 32
When beechen buds begin to swell 58
Whene'er we climb the mountain's head 12
When forced to part from those we love 239
When I have seen thy snowy wing .. 80
When I consider how my light is spent 235
When I remember Christ our burthen 156
When Jordan hush'd his waters still .. 140
When life is forgot and night hath power 195
When marshalld on the nightly plain 141
When my breast labours with oppressive 35
When on Sinai's top I see

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When spring unlocks the flowers .... 185
When the first day-beam bless'd the sky 104
When thro' the torn sail the wild tempest 146

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Page 30—"A Night on the Alps,"- for Anon, read MONTGOMERY.

94—"Treasures of the Deep,” first line,--dele and.
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36-50 51-72 73-79 80-81 82- 85 86-88 89-102 103-107 108-115

116-117 118-122 123-127


His Being and Perfections

CREATION described

Beauties and Glories of

Mysterious, kind, and universal

The Seasons of the Year
Trees, Flowers, and Insects
Birds and Beasts
Amphibious Animals and Fishes
Local Scenery
Rivers, Seas, and Mountains
Winds, Clouds, &c.

Heavenly Bodies

Adam and Eve
Childhood, Youth, and Manhood

Evil Passious, &c.

The value and truth of the Scriptures
The scheme and wonders of Redemption
Jesus Christ

The Holy Spirit

Christian Life, graces and privilege

Pestilence and Earthquake
War and Shipwreck
Solitude and Blindness
Melancholy and Madness
Sickness and Domestic Bereavements

Elegies and Epitaphs

Nature and Influence of Time
Morning and Evening
Denih and Judgment


128-129 130-131 132-165 166

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256-258 259-261 262-265 266-275 275--281 282283–296


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