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PUBLISHED BY JOHN PUTNAM,
AND BY D. S. KING, No. 1 CORNHILL.
M 2198 R45
This collection of Social Songs and Melodies, has been made at
repeated solicitations of the friends of ion. It embraces in addition to others, not before published, those popular and favorite hymns as they were originally sung at the meetings of the Rev. Mr. Knapp, in this city, viz. “Canaan." "The morning light is breaking." "When I can read my title clear." “ The Young Convert.” “ The Judgment Hymn.” “ Invitation,” &c &c.
All who have joined in singing these soul inspiring melodies, and others who as yet are unacquainted with them, will it is believed find 'them as thus arranged much more convenient, and desirable, than the sheet form in which they have formerly been circulated.
Entered, according to Act of Cor.gress, in the year 1842,
BY JOHN PUTNAM,
STEREOTYPED BY KIDDER AND WRIGHT, CONGRESS ST.
All is well,
18 Lofty Praise,
24 My Father's House,
23 When I can read my title clear, 8
32 When Inarshalled on the plain, 48
20 When shall we meet again, 36
1. The morning light is breaking, The darkness dis-ap-pears, b.
The sons of earta are wak-ing, To pen - i
2. Rich dews of grace come o'er us,
In many a gentle shower,
Are opening every hour;
Abundant answers brings,
With peace upon their wings.
Before the God we love,
In gratitude above:
The gospel call obey,
A nation in a day.
Pursue thy. onward way,
Nor in thy richness stay;
Triumphant reach their home,
Proclaim the Lord has come. vrea