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'''Editor – Composer – Compiler:''' [[Jeremiah Ingalls]]
 
'''Editor – Composer – Compiler:''' [[Jeremiah Ingalls]]
  
{{PubDatePlace|1805|by Henry Ranlet in Exeter, New Hampshire, 200 pp.}}
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{{PubDatePlace|1805|by Henry Ranlet in Exeter, New Hampshire, 200 pp.| }}
 
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{{Descr|An unusually influential book, in part due to Ingalls' extensive use of folk melodies and {{CiteCat|Folk hymns}}.}}
'''Description:''' An unusually influential book, in part due to Ingalls' extensive use of folk melodies and {{CiteCat|Folk hymns}}.
 
 
 
 
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|1||9||11034||[[Lovely Vine (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Lovely Vine]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Behold a lovely vine||S.M.||4:4||C||3||
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|2||10||10988||[[Crostic (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Crostic]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Jesus, our great high priest||L.M.||2:4||e||3||Set pieces
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|3||12||11061||[[Shouting Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Shouting Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||God's power and wisdom is displayed||L.M.||4:4||a||3||
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|4||14||11068||[[The Tedious Hour (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Tedious Hour]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||How tedious and tasteless the hours||L.M.||6:4||d||3||
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|5||15||11080||[[Young Convert (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Young Convert]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||When converts first begin to sing||L.M.||4:4||C||3||
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|6||17||7685c||[[Endless Day (John Cole)|Endless Day ]]||John Cole||||Hark, how the gospel trumpet sounds||88.88.84.||3:2||G||3||
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|7||18||11023||[[Invitation (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Invitation]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched||87.87.88.||4:4||d||3||
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|8||20||2980d||[[Prince of Peace (John Worgan)|Prince of Peace ]]||John Worgan||||Jesus, Lord, we look to thee||77.77.||4:4||D||3||
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|9||21||11012||[[Harvest Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Harvest Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The fields are all white, the harvest||10 11.10 11.||6:4||d||3||
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|10||23||11036||[[Melodious Sonnet (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Melodious Sonnet]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come, thou fount of every blessing||87.87.D.||4:4||a||3||
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|11||24||11028||[[Knowledge of Jesus (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Knowledge of Jesus]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Vain, delusive world, adieu||76.76.78.76||6:8||C||3||
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|12||26||11033||[[Love to Jesus (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Love to Jesus]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O when shall I see Jesus||76.76.D.||4:4||G||3||
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|13||27||11000a||[[Free Grace (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Free Grace]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The voice of free grace calls||11 11.12 12.13 11||2:4||G||3||Set pieces
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|14||29||10996||[[The Enquirer (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Enquirer]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O! That some kind one would tell me||87.87.||4:4||d||3||
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|15||30||11041a||[[The New Union (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The New Union]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Attend me saints and hear me tell||88.887.||6:8||G||3||
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|16||32||11074||[[Unity (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Unity]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Let strife forever cease||S.M.||4:4||C||3||
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|17||33||10986||[[Conviction (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Conviction]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Ye brave and bold, ye brisk and dull||87.87.D.||4:4||a||3||
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|18||34||6444||The True Penitent ||Unattrib. 1793||||Hark! Hear the sound on earth||C.M.D.||4:4||a||3||
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|19||35||11021||[[The Impartial Song (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Impartial Song]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The great God of love has shown us ||10 8.11 9.||4:4||a||3||
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|20||36||10976a||[[Born to Die (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Born to Die]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Thou God of glorious majesty||886.886.||6:4||e||3||
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|21||38||2255e||I am that I am||Harm. Sacra||||I am that I am||55.65.||3:4||a||3||
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|22||39||11062||[[Sinful Youth (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Sinful Youth]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Remember sinful youth, you must die||669.669.||4:4||b||3||
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|23||40||11018||[[Hope (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Hope]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O glorious hope of perfect love||886.886.||6:8||a||3||
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|24||42||11009||[[Hallelujah Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Hallelujah Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||That name to me sounds ever sweet||L.M.||4:4||A||3||
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|25||43||11047||[[The Pilgrim's Song (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Pilgrim's Song]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Children of the heavenly King||77.77.||4:4||a||3||
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|26||44||10980||[[Charity (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Charity]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O Jesus, my Savior, to thee I submit||65.65.D||3:8||G||3||
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|27||45||11075||[[The Wandering Pilgrim (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Wandering Pilgrim]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Wandering pilgrims, mourning Christ||87.87.D||4:4||G||3||
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|28||47||11017a||[[Honor to the Hills (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Honor to the Hills]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Through all this world below||66.63.66.66.63||4:4||d||3||
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|29||48||11025||[[Joy (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Joy]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||My soul doth magnify the Lord||C.M.D.||4:4||A||3||
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|30||50||11001||[[Friendly Meeting (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Friendly Meeting]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Well met, dear friends, in Jesus'||C.M.||4:4||G||4||
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|31||51||10975||[[Begone unbelief (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Begone unbelief]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Begone unbelief, my Savior is /near||55.55.65.65||2:4||G||3||
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|32||52||10978||[[Celestial Watering (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Celestial Watering]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Savior, visit thy plantation||87.87.||2:4||A||3||
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|33||54||11076a||[[The Weary Traveler (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Weary Traveler]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come all ye weary travelers||76.76.D||4:4||a||3||
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|34||55||11003||[[The General Doom (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The General Doom]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Behold! With awful pomp||66.86(S.M.)||4:4||A||3||
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|35||56||4213||[[Emmanuel (William Billings)|Emmanuel ]]||William Billings||||As shepherds in Jewry were guarding||11 10.11 10.||2:4||G||3||
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|36||58||10982||[[Christian Uniform (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Christian Uniform]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Dressed uniform Christ's soldiers||C.M.D.||4:4||F||3||
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|37||60||11031||[[The Lord Will Provide (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Lord Will Provide]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Through troubles assail and dangers||55.55.65.65.||2:4||D||3||
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|38||61||11057||[[Rich Provision (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Rich Provision]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Jesus, thy blessings are not few||C.M.||6:8||G||3||Psalm-tunes
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|39||62||11026||[[Jubilee (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Jubilee]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Jerusalem, my happy home||C.M.||4:4||a||3||
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|40||63||11064||[[Slow Traveler (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Slow Traveler]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O! happy souls, how fast you go||C.M.||4:4||a||3||
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|41||63||11032a||[[Love Divine (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Love Divine]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||To him who did salvation bring||886.886.||6:8||G||3||
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|42||65||11065||[[Soldier of the Cross (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Soldier of the Cross]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Am I a soldier of the cross||C.M.||4:4||a||3||
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|43||66||11007||[[Gospel Sounds (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Gospel Sounds]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Go, my heralds, blow the trumpet||87.87.||4:4||D||3||
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|44||68||11042||[[Newfound Hills (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Newfound Hills]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O for a thousand tongues to sing||C.M.||4:4||G||3||
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|45||69||11051||[[Redeeming Love (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Redeeming Love]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O now begin the heavenly theme||L.M.||4:4||G||3||Set pieces
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|46||70||11077||[[Wedding Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Wedding Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Since Jesus freely did appear||C.M.||4:4||a||3||
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|47||71||11022||[[Innocent Sounds (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Innocent Sounds]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Enlisted in the cause of sin||87.87.D.||6:8||G||3||
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|48||72||11070||[[Tranquility (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Tranquility]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Away, my doubts, begone, my fears||L.M.||6:8||G||3||Set pieces
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|49||73||11078||[[Weeping Mary (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Weeping Mary]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come all ye mourning pilgrims now||C.M.||4:4||G||3||Set pieces
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|50||74||11050||[[Ransom (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Ransom]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The God I trust is true and just||C.M.||4:4||A||3||
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|51||74||||Ode to Science||||||The morning sun shines from the east||L.M.||4:4||G||3||Set pieces
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|52||76||7889b||[[A Parting Blessing (Jeremiah Ingalls)|A Parting Blessing]]||Amos Pilsbury||Jeremiah Ingalls||Jesus, grant us all a blessing||87.87.87.||4:4||a||3||
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|53||77||11038||[[Mourning Souls (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Mourning Souls]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Poor mourning souls in deep distress||C.M.||4:4||C||3||
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|54||79||7473||[[America (Truman Wetmore)|America ]]||Truman Wetmore||||My God, when I reflect||S.M.||4:4||a||4||
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|55||80||11005||[[Golden Streets (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Golden Streets]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come, we that love the Lord||S.M.||2:4||a||3||
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|56||81||10972||[[The Apple Tree (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Apple Tree]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The tree of life my soul hath seen||L.M.||2:4||C||3||Set pieces
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|57||83||11067||[[The Swiftness of Time (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Swiftness of Time]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||My days, my weeks, my months||C.M.||4:4||e||3||
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|58||84||11037a||[[Millennium (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Millennium]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The glorious day is drawing near||C.M.||4:4||G||3||Set pieces
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|59||85||11060||[[Separation (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Separation]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come we that love the Lord indeed||L.M.||4:4||a||3||Set pieces
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|60||87||11019||[[Humility (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Humility]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The man that views his guilt and sin||C.M.||6:4||a||3||Set pieces
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|61||88||11008||[[The Great Physician (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Great Physician]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||How lost was my condition||76.76.D.||4:4||C||3||
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|62||89||10997||[[Experience (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Experience]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come all ye saints and sinners near||L.M.||4:4||d||3||Set pieces
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|63||91||11071||[[The Tribunal (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Tribunal]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||And must I be to judgment brought||C.M.||6:4||G||3||
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|64||91||11014||[[The Heavenly Contention (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Heavenly Contention]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||In heavenly choirs a question rose||L.M.||2:4||D||3||Set pieces
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|65||94||11054||[[Rejoice in Thy Youth (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Rejoice in Thy Youth]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Young man, indulge thy passion||76.76.D.||4:4||e||3||
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|66||95||10999||[[Fellowship (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Fellowship]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come away to the skies, my beloved||669.669.||6:8||a||3||
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|67||96||7483||[[Delight (Simeon Coan)|Delight ]]||Simeon Coan||||The triune God above||66.66.88.||4:4||e||3||
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|68||98||11002||[[Friendship (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Friendship]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The reason why we love friendship||Irregular||4:4||a||3||Set pieces
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|69||101||11048||[[Pleasure (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Pleasure]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||There is a land of pure delight||C.M.||6:4||G||3||
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|70||101||11013||[[Head of the Church (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Head of the Church]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Head of the Church triumphant||77.87.D.||4:4||a||3||Set pieces
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|71||102||11058||[[Salem (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Salem]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||He dies, the friend of sinners dies||L.M.||4:4||A||3||
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|72||103||11069||[[Think and Sing (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Think and Sing]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Of him who did salvation bring||L.M.||4:4||G||3||
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|73||103||11010||[[Happy Choice (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Happy Choice]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||O love divine, how sweet thou art||886.886.||6:8||G||3||
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|74||104||11044||[[Paradise (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Paradise]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come, Lord, and help me to rejoice||886.886.||2:4||g||3||Set pieces
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|75||106||2942||St. Clements ||Unattrib. 1763||||Come, thou almighty King||664.664.||3:4||B{{flat}}||3||
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|76||106||11063||[[The Sinner's Warning (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Sinner's Warning]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||When pity prompts me to look round||C.M.||6:4||e||3||Set pieces
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|77||108||10990a||[[Delay (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Delay]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Ah, whither shall I go||S.M.||4:4||C||3||
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|78||108||10985||[[Consolation (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Consolation]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come and taste along with me||77.77.||6:8||G||3||
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|79||109||11055||[[Renown (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Renown]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||All glory to the Father be||L.M.||4:4||C||3||
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|80||111||11024||[[Jerico (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Jerico]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||To God the Father, God the Son||L.M.||2:4||C||4||Set pieces
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|81||112||7677||[[Verona (Timothy Swan)|Verona ]]||Timothy Swan||||From all that dwell below the skies||L.M.||2:4||C||3||Set pieces
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|82||113||11056||[[The Rich Man (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Rich Man]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come all ye poor sinners||65.65.D.||2:4||a||3||
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|83||115||11004||[[Germany (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Germany]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||With all my powers of heart||L.M.||2:4||A||3||
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|84||116||11066||[[Song of Moses (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Song of Moses]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Almighty love inspires my heart||12 12.12 12.||4:4||b||3||
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|85||117||11053a||[[Redemption Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Redemption Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come friends and relations||11 11.11 11.||4:4||A||3||
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|86||118||11039||[[My Dove (Jeremiah Ingalls)|My Dove]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Arise, my dear love, my undefiled||558.557.||6:8||C||3||
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|87||119||11079||[[Wisdom (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Wisdom]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Now in a song of grateful praise||L.M.||4:4||e||3||
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|88||120||6178a||Pilgrim's Farewell ||Field||||Let us rise and go to Zion's hill||98.888.||4:4||F||3||
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|89||121||11006||[[Gospel Pool (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Gospel Pool]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Beside the gospel pool||S.M.||4:4||a||3||
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|90||121||10977||[[Canaan (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Canaan]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come all ye dear souls||11 9.11 9.87||4:4||d||3||
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|91||123||11027||[[Judgment Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Judgment Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||The great tremendous day's approach||98.98.D.||4:4||a||3||Set pieces
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|92||125||10974||[[Beggar's Prayer (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Beggar's Prayer]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Encouraged by thy word||66.66.88.||4:4||G||3||
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|93||126||10979||[[Channel of Mercy (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Channel of Mercy]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Thy mercy, O God, is the theme||11 11.11 11.||4:4||G||3||
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|94||127||10991||[[Dominion (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Dominion]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come, ye Christians, sing the praises||87.87.D||4:4||G||3||
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|95||129||8879b||Naragansit ||Unattrib. 1802||||Throughout our Savior's life we trace||886.886.||4:4||E||3||
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|96||130||10973||[[Barnet (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Barnet]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come we that love the Lord||S.M.||4:4||F||4||
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|97||130||1833a||[[Walsal (Johann Lampe)|Walsal ]]||Johann Lampe||||Ye servants of God, your Master||10 10.11 11.||4:4||d||3||
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|98||132||10971||[[Angel's Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Angel's Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Hark, ye mortals, hear the trumpet||87.87.87.||4:4||a||4||
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|99||133||11030||[[Lily (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Lily]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Shall we go on to sin||S.M.||4:4||C||4||
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|100||134||11072||[[Union (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Union]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Lord, what an entertaining sight||S.M.||4:4||C||4||
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|101||134||10989||[[Danville (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Danville]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Ill tidings never can surprise||88.88.88.||4:4||d||3||
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|102||135||7998a||[[Northfield (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Northfield ]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||How long, dear Savior, O how long||C.M.||4:4||C||4||
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|103||136||11046||[[Pembroke (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Pembroke]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||How pleased and blest was I||668.668.||4:4||C||4||
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|104||137||4001||[[Benevolence (William Billings)|Benevolence ]]||William Billings||||Happy the man whose tender care||C.M.||4:4||F||4||Set pieces
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|105||138||11035||[[Lynnfield (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Lynnfield]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||How vain are all things here below||C.M.||4:4||G||4||
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|106||139||10998a||[[Farewell Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Farewell Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Give ear to me, ye sons of men||88.88.88.||4:4||d||4||
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|107||141||4286||[[Salisbury (Oliver Brownson)|Salisbury ]]||Oliver Brownson||||God of my salvation, hear||C.M.D.||4:4||a||3||
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|108||143||11059||[[The Savior's Merits (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Savior's Merits]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Savior, I do feel thy merit||87.87.D.||6:8||C||3||
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|109||145||1835||[[Marlborough (Johann Lampe)|Marlborough ]]||Johann Lampe||||Tis finished, tis done, the spirit ||10 10.11 11.||3:4||a||3||
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|110||146||2197b||Builth ||Harm. Sacra||||Come, let us ascend||668.668.||4:4||D||3||
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|111||147||11073||[[Union Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Union Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||From whence doth this union arise ||L.M.||6:8||G||3||
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|112||149||9240||[[Evening Hymn (Elisha West)|Evening Hymn ]]||Elisha West||||The day is past and gone||S.M.||4:4||b||4||
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|113||150||7206a||[[Jerusalem (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Jerusalem ]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||From the thrd heaven where God||C.M.||4:4||G||4||
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|114||151||11016||[[The Heavenly Ode (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Heavenly Ode]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Jerusalem, my happy home||C.M.||4:4||G||4||
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|115||152||10983||[[Columbia (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Columbia]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||And is the lovely shadow fled||88.88.88.||4:4||e||3||
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|116||154||11011||[[Harmony (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Harmony]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Come brethren and sisters that love||11 11.12 12.||6:8||G||3||
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|117||155||11015||[[The Heavenly Courtier (Jeremiah Ingalls)|The Heavenly Courtier]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Let Christ the glorious lover||76.76.D||4:4||a||3||
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|118||157||10984||[[Complainer (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Complainer]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||I set myself against the Lord||886.886.||4:4||G||3||Set pieces
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|119||159||7916||Livonia ||Unattrib. 1800||||Think, mighty God, on feeble man||88.88.88.||4:4||e||3||
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|120||161||10992||[[Election Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Election Hymn]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Join, join in tuneful strains||66.66.88.||4:4||C||3||
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|121||163||10993||[[Election Ode (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Election Ode]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Welcome the day from which our state||88.88.88.||4:4||G||3||
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|122||165||11043||[[Night Thought (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Night Thought]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||How can I sleep, when angels sing||C.M.||6:4||b||4||Set pieces
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|123||167||10987||[[Creation (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Creation]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||How firm a foundation, ye saints||11 11.11 11.||2:4||D||3||
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|124||169||11029||[[Lamentation (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Lamentation]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Death loud alarms, we feel the shock||C.M.||4:4||a||3||Set pieces
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|125||172||10981||[[Christian Song (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Christian Song]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Mine eyes are now closing to rest||L.M.||6:4||d||3||Set pieces
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|126||175||2602||Chipping ||Unattrib. 1760||||Jesus, let thy pitying eye||76.76.88.||6:8||a||3||
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|127||177||7481||[[Crucifixion (Barnabas McKyes)|Crucifixion ]]||Barnabas McKyes||||Behold the Savior of mankind||C.M.||3:2||G||4||Set pieces
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|128||180||2262||St. Pauls ||Harm. Sacra||||And let this feeble body fail||C.M.||6:8||E{{flat}}||3||Set pieces
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|129||182||2230||Backslider ||Harm. Sacra||||Ah! Where am I now||569.669.||4:4||d||3||
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|130||184||2266||Wednesbury ||Harm. Sacra||||Ah! Woe is me, constrained to dwell||C.M.||4:4||b||3||Set pieces
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|131||186||||[[Falmouth (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Falmouth]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Hallelujah through the nations||87.87.D.||2:4||d||3||Set pieces
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|132||193||10994||[[Elon (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Elon]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Who has believed thy word||S.M.||4:4||e||3||Set pieces
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|133||194||2242||[[Guernsey (Henry Holcombe)|Guernsey ]]||Henry Holcombe||||Jesus I love, come dearest name||L.M.||3:8||G||3||Set pieces
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|134||195||2233||Christmas ||Harm. Sacra||||Light of those whose dreary dwelling||87.87.D.||4:4||G||3||Set pieces
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|135||197||1819||[[Landsdon (Johann Lampe)|Landsdon ]]||Johann Lampe||||With pity, Lord, a sinner see||886.886.||4:4||a||3||
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|136||198||11045||[[Peckersfield (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Peckersfield]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands||C.M.||4:4||C||4||
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|137||199||11052||[[Redemption (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Redemption]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||||Glory to God on high||||||G||4||
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Latest revision as of 15:33, 22 March 2021

General Information

Title: The Christian Harmony

Full Title: The Christian Harmony, or Songster's Companion

Editor – Composer – Compiler: Jeremiah Ingalls

Publication date and place: 1805 by Henry Ranlet in Exeter, New Hampshire, 200 pp.

Description: An unusually influential book, in part due to Ingalls' extensive use of folk melodies and Folk hymns.

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Works in the publication

No. Pg. HTI* Title Composer Arranger First Line Meter Time Key Vo. Subgenre
1 9 11034 Lovely Vine Jeremiah Ingalls Behold a lovely vine S.M. 4:4 C 3
2 10 10988 Crostic Jeremiah Ingalls Jesus, our great high priest L.M. 2:4 e 3 Set pieces
3 12 11061 Shouting Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls God's power and wisdom is displayed L.M. 4:4 a 3
4 14 11068 The Tedious Hour Jeremiah Ingalls How tedious and tasteless the hours L.M. 6:4 d 3
5 15 11080 Young Convert Jeremiah Ingalls When converts first begin to sing L.M. 4:4 C 3
6 17 7685c Endless Day John Cole Hark, how the gospel trumpet sounds 88.88.84. 3:2 G 3
7 18 11023 Invitation Jeremiah Ingalls Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched 87.87.88. 4:4 d 3
8 20 2980d Prince of Peace John Worgan Jesus, Lord, we look to thee 77.77. 4:4 D 3
9 21 11012 Harvest Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls The fields are all white, the harvest 10 11.10 11. 6:4 d 3
10 23 11036 Melodious Sonnet Jeremiah Ingalls Come, thou fount of every blessing 87.87.D. 4:4 a 3
11 24 11028 Knowledge of Jesus Jeremiah Ingalls Vain, delusive world, adieu 76.76.78.76 6:8 C 3
12 26 11033 Love to Jesus Jeremiah Ingalls O when shall I see Jesus 76.76.D. 4:4 G 3
13 27 11000a Free Grace Jeremiah Ingalls The voice of free grace calls 11 11.12 12.13 11 2:4 G 3 Set pieces
14 29 10996 The Enquirer Jeremiah Ingalls O! That some kind one would tell me 87.87. 4:4 d 3
15 30 11041a The New Union Jeremiah Ingalls Attend me saints and hear me tell 88.887. 6:8 G 3
16 32 11074 Unity Jeremiah Ingalls Let strife forever cease S.M. 4:4 C 3
17 33 10986 Conviction Jeremiah Ingalls Ye brave and bold, ye brisk and dull 87.87.D. 4:4 a 3
18 34 6444 The True Penitent Unattrib. 1793 Hark! Hear the sound on earth C.M.D. 4:4 a 3
19 35 11021 The Impartial Song Jeremiah Ingalls The great God of love has shown us 10 8.11 9. 4:4 a 3
20 36 10976a Born to Die Jeremiah Ingalls Thou God of glorious majesty 886.886. 6:4 e 3
21 38 2255e I am that I am Harm. Sacra I am that I am 55.65. 3:4 a 3
22 39 11062 Sinful Youth Jeremiah Ingalls Remember sinful youth, you must die 669.669. 4:4 b 3
23 40 11018 Hope Jeremiah Ingalls O glorious hope of perfect love 886.886. 6:8 a 3
24 42 11009 Hallelujah Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls That name to me sounds ever sweet L.M. 4:4 A 3
25 43 11047 The Pilgrim's Song Jeremiah Ingalls Children of the heavenly King 77.77. 4:4 a 3
26 44 10980 Charity Jeremiah Ingalls O Jesus, my Savior, to thee I submit 65.65.D 3:8 G 3
27 45 11075 The Wandering Pilgrim Jeremiah Ingalls Wandering pilgrims, mourning Christ 87.87.D 4:4 G 3
28 47 11017a Honor to the Hills Jeremiah Ingalls Through all this world below 66.63.66.66.63 4:4 d 3
29 48 11025 Joy Jeremiah Ingalls My soul doth magnify the Lord C.M.D. 4:4 A 3
30 50 11001 Friendly Meeting Jeremiah Ingalls Well met, dear friends, in Jesus' C.M. 4:4 G 4
31 51 10975 Begone unbelief Jeremiah Ingalls Begone unbelief, my Savior is /near 55.55.65.65 2:4 G 3
32 52 10978 Celestial Watering Jeremiah Ingalls Savior, visit thy plantation 87.87. 2:4 A 3
33 54 11076a The Weary Traveler Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye weary travelers 76.76.D 4:4 a 3
34 55 11003 The General Doom Jeremiah Ingalls Behold! With awful pomp 66.86(S.M.) 4:4 A 3
35 56 4213 Emmanuel William Billings As shepherds in Jewry were guarding 11 10.11 10. 2:4 G 3
36 58 10982 Christian Uniform Jeremiah Ingalls Dressed uniform Christ's soldiers C.M.D. 4:4 F 3
37 60 11031 The Lord Will Provide Jeremiah Ingalls Through troubles assail and dangers 55.55.65.65. 2:4 D 3
38 61 11057 Rich Provision Jeremiah Ingalls Jesus, thy blessings are not few C.M. 6:8 G 3 Psalm-tunes
39 62 11026 Jubilee Jeremiah Ingalls Jerusalem, my happy home C.M. 4:4 a 3
40 63 11064 Slow Traveler Jeremiah Ingalls O! happy souls, how fast you go C.M. 4:4 a 3
41 63 11032a Love Divine Jeremiah Ingalls To him who did salvation bring 886.886. 6:8 G 3
42 65 11065 Soldier of the Cross Jeremiah Ingalls Am I a soldier of the cross C.M. 4:4 a 3
43 66 11007 Gospel Sounds Jeremiah Ingalls Go, my heralds, blow the trumpet 87.87. 4:4 D 3
44 68 11042 Newfound Hills Jeremiah Ingalls O for a thousand tongues to sing C.M. 4:4 G 3
45 69 11051 Redeeming Love Jeremiah Ingalls O now begin the heavenly theme L.M. 4:4 G 3 Set pieces
46 70 11077 Wedding Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Since Jesus freely did appear C.M. 4:4 a 3
47 71 11022 Innocent Sounds Jeremiah Ingalls Enlisted in the cause of sin 87.87.D. 6:8 G 3
48 72 11070 Tranquility Jeremiah Ingalls Away, my doubts, begone, my fears L.M. 6:8 G 3 Set pieces
49 73 11078 Weeping Mary Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye mourning pilgrims now C.M. 4:4 G 3 Set pieces
50 74 11050 Ransom Jeremiah Ingalls The God I trust is true and just C.M. 4:4 A 3
51 74 Ode to Science The morning sun shines from the east L.M. 4:4 G 3 Set pieces
52 76 7889b A Parting Blessing Amos Pilsbury Jeremiah Ingalls Jesus, grant us all a blessing 87.87.87. 4:4 a 3
53 77 11038 Mourning Souls Jeremiah Ingalls Poor mourning souls in deep distress C.M. 4:4 C 3
54 79 7473 America Truman Wetmore My God, when I reflect S.M. 4:4 a 4
55 80 11005 Golden Streets Jeremiah Ingalls Come, we that love the Lord S.M. 2:4 a 3
56 81 10972 The Apple Tree Jeremiah Ingalls The tree of life my soul hath seen L.M. 2:4 C 3 Set pieces
57 83 11067 The Swiftness of Time Jeremiah Ingalls My days, my weeks, my months C.M. 4:4 e 3
58 84 11037a Millennium Jeremiah Ingalls The glorious day is drawing near C.M. 4:4 G 3 Set pieces
59 85 11060 Separation Jeremiah Ingalls Come we that love the Lord indeed L.M. 4:4 a 3 Set pieces
60 87 11019 Humility Jeremiah Ingalls The man that views his guilt and sin C.M. 6:4 a 3 Set pieces
61 88 11008 The Great Physician Jeremiah Ingalls How lost was my condition 76.76.D. 4:4 C 3
62 89 10997 Experience Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye saints and sinners near L.M. 4:4 d 3 Set pieces
63 91 11071 The Tribunal Jeremiah Ingalls And must I be to judgment brought C.M. 6:4 G 3
64 91 11014 The Heavenly Contention Jeremiah Ingalls In heavenly choirs a question rose L.M. 2:4 D 3 Set pieces
65 94 11054 Rejoice in Thy Youth Jeremiah Ingalls Young man, indulge thy passion 76.76.D. 4:4 e 3
66 95 10999 Fellowship Jeremiah Ingalls Come away to the skies, my beloved 669.669. 6:8 a 3
67 96 7483 Delight Simeon Coan The triune God above 66.66.88. 4:4 e 3
68 98 11002 Friendship Jeremiah Ingalls The reason why we love friendship Irregular 4:4 a 3 Set pieces
69 101 11048 Pleasure Jeremiah Ingalls There is a land of pure delight C.M. 6:4 G 3
70 101 11013 Head of the Church Jeremiah Ingalls Head of the Church triumphant 77.87.D. 4:4 a 3 Set pieces
71 102 11058 Salem Jeremiah Ingalls He dies, the friend of sinners dies L.M. 4:4 A 3
72 103 11069 Think and Sing Jeremiah Ingalls Of him who did salvation bring L.M. 4:4 G 3
73 103 11010 Happy Choice Jeremiah Ingalls O love divine, how sweet thou art 886.886. 6:8 G 3
74 104 11044 Paradise Jeremiah Ingalls Come, Lord, and help me to rejoice 886.886. 2:4 g 3 Set pieces
75 106 2942 St. Clements Unattrib. 1763 Come, thou almighty King 664.664. 3:4 B 3
76 106 11063 The Sinner's Warning Jeremiah Ingalls When pity prompts me to look round C.M. 6:4 e 3 Set pieces
77 108 10990a Delay Jeremiah Ingalls Ah, whither shall I go S.M. 4:4 C 3
78 108 10985 Consolation Jeremiah Ingalls Come and taste along with me 77.77. 6:8 G 3
79 109 11055 Renown Jeremiah Ingalls All glory to the Father be L.M. 4:4 C 3
80 111 11024 Jerico Jeremiah Ingalls To God the Father, God the Son L.M. 2:4 C 4 Set pieces
81 112 7677 Verona Timothy Swan From all that dwell below the skies L.M. 2:4 C 3 Set pieces
82 113 11056 The Rich Man Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye poor sinners 65.65.D. 2:4 a 3
83 115 11004 Germany Jeremiah Ingalls With all my powers of heart L.M. 2:4 A 3
84 116 11066 Song of Moses Jeremiah Ingalls Almighty love inspires my heart 12 12.12 12. 4:4 b 3
85 117 11053a Redemption Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Come friends and relations 11 11.11 11. 4:4 A 3
86 118 11039 My Dove Jeremiah Ingalls Arise, my dear love, my undefiled 558.557. 6:8 C 3
87 119 11079 Wisdom Jeremiah Ingalls Now in a song of grateful praise L.M. 4:4 e 3
88 120 6178a Pilgrim's Farewell Field Let us rise and go to Zion's hill 98.888. 4:4 F 3
89 121 11006 Gospel Pool Jeremiah Ingalls Beside the gospel pool S.M. 4:4 a 3
90 121 10977 Canaan Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye dear souls 11 9.11 9.87 4:4 d 3
91 123 11027 Judgment Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls The great tremendous day's approach 98.98.D. 4:4 a 3 Set pieces
92 125 10974 Beggar's Prayer Jeremiah Ingalls Encouraged by thy word 66.66.88. 4:4 G 3
93 126 10979 Channel of Mercy Jeremiah Ingalls Thy mercy, O God, is the theme 11 11.11 11. 4:4 G 3
94 127 10991 Dominion Jeremiah Ingalls Come, ye Christians, sing the praises 87.87.D 4:4 G 3
95 129 8879b Naragansit Unattrib. 1802 Throughout our Savior's life we trace 886.886. 4:4 E 3
96 130 10973 Barnet Jeremiah Ingalls Come we that love the Lord S.M. 4:4 F 4
97 130 1833a Walsal Johann Lampe Ye servants of God, your Master 10 10.11 11. 4:4 d 3
98 132 10971 Angel's Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Hark, ye mortals, hear the trumpet 87.87.87. 4:4 a 4
99 133 11030 Lily Jeremiah Ingalls Shall we go on to sin S.M. 4:4 C 4
100 134 11072 Union Jeremiah Ingalls Lord, what an entertaining sight S.M. 4:4 C 4
101 134 10989 Danville Jeremiah Ingalls Ill tidings never can surprise 88.88.88. 4:4 d 3
102 135 7998a Northfield Jeremiah Ingalls How long, dear Savior, O how long C.M. 4:4 C 4
103 136 11046 Pembroke Jeremiah Ingalls How pleased and blest was I 668.668. 4:4 C 4
104 137 4001 Benevolence William Billings Happy the man whose tender care C.M. 4:4 F 4 Set pieces
105 138 11035 Lynnfield Jeremiah Ingalls How vain are all things here below C.M. 4:4 G 4
106 139 10998a Farewell Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Give ear to me, ye sons of men 88.88.88. 4:4 d 4
107 141 4286 Salisbury Oliver Brownson God of my salvation, hear C.M.D. 4:4 a 3
108 143 11059 The Savior's Merits Jeremiah Ingalls Savior, I do feel thy merit 87.87.D. 6:8 C 3
109 145 1835 Marlborough Johann Lampe Tis finished, tis done, the spirit 10 10.11 11. 3:4 a 3
110 146 2197b Builth Harm. Sacra Come, let us ascend 668.668. 4:4 D 3
111 147 11073 Union Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls From whence doth this union arise L.M. 6:8 G 3
112 149 9240 Evening Hymn Elisha West The day is past and gone S.M. 4:4 b 4
113 150 7206a Jerusalem Jeremiah Ingalls From the thrd heaven where God C.M. 4:4 G 4
114 151 11016 The Heavenly Ode Jeremiah Ingalls Jerusalem, my happy home C.M. 4:4 G 4
115 152 10983 Columbia Jeremiah Ingalls And is the lovely shadow fled 88.88.88. 4:4 e 3
116 154 11011 Harmony Jeremiah Ingalls Come brethren and sisters that love 11 11.12 12. 6:8 G 3
117 155 11015 The Heavenly Courtier Jeremiah Ingalls Let Christ the glorious lover 76.76.D 4:4 a 3
118 157 10984 Complainer Jeremiah Ingalls I set myself against the Lord 886.886. 4:4 G 3 Set pieces
119 159 7916 Livonia Unattrib. 1800 Think, mighty God, on feeble man 88.88.88. 4:4 e 3
120 161 10992 Election Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Join, join in tuneful strains 66.66.88. 4:4 C 3
121 163 10993 Election Ode Jeremiah Ingalls Welcome the day from which our state 88.88.88. 4:4 G 3
122 165 11043 Night Thought Jeremiah Ingalls How can I sleep, when angels sing C.M. 6:4 b 4 Set pieces
123 167 10987 Creation Jeremiah Ingalls How firm a foundation, ye saints 11 11.11 11. 2:4 D 3
124 169 11029 Lamentation Jeremiah Ingalls Death loud alarms, we feel the shock C.M. 4:4 a 3 Set pieces
125 172 10981 Christian Song Jeremiah Ingalls Mine eyes are now closing to rest L.M. 6:4 d 3 Set pieces
126 175 2602 Chipping Unattrib. 1760 Jesus, let thy pitying eye 76.76.88. 6:8 a 3
127 177 7481 Crucifixion Barnabas McKyes Behold the Savior of mankind C.M. 3:2 G 4 Set pieces
128 180 2262 St. Pauls Harm. Sacra And let this feeble body fail C.M. 6:8 E 3 Set pieces
129 182 2230 Backslider Harm. Sacra Ah! Where am I now 569.669. 4:4 d 3
130 184 2266 Wednesbury Harm. Sacra Ah! Woe is me, constrained to dwell C.M. 4:4 b 3 Set pieces
131 186 Falmouth Jeremiah Ingalls Hallelujah through the nations 87.87.D. 2:4 d 3 Set pieces
132 193 10994 Elon Jeremiah Ingalls Who has believed thy word S.M. 4:4 e 3 Set pieces
133 194 2242 Guernsey Henry Holcombe Jesus I love, come dearest name L.M. 3:8 G 3 Set pieces
134 195 2233 Christmas Harm. Sacra Light of those whose dreary dwelling 87.87.D. 4:4 G 3 Set pieces
135 197 1819 Landsdon Johann Lampe With pity, Lord, a sinner see 886.886. 4:4 a 3
136 198 11045 Peckersfield Jeremiah Ingalls Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands C.M. 4:4 C 4
137 199 11052 Redemption Jeremiah Ingalls Glory to God on high G 4

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Arranger First Line Lyricist Meter Vo.
Angel's Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Hark! ye mortals, hear the trumpet Samson Occom 87. 87. 87 4
Barnet Jeremiah Ingalls Come, we that love the Lord Isaac Watts 66. 86 (S.M.) 4
Beggar's Prayer Jeremiah Ingalls Encouraged by thy word John Newton 66. 66. 88 3
Begone unbelief Jeremiah Ingalls Begone unbelief John Newton 55. 55. 65. 65 3
Born to Die Jeremiah Ingalls Thou God of glorious majesty Charles Wesley 886. 886 3
Canaan Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye dear souls, who are of Adam's loin Anonymous 11 9. 11 9. 87 3
Celestial Watering Jeremiah Ingalls Savior, visit thy plantation John Newton 87. 87

87. 87. D

3
Channel of Mercy Jeremiah Ingalls Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my song John Stocker 11 11. 11 11 3
Charity Jeremiah Ingalls O! Jesus my Savior to thee I submit Sarah Jones 65. 65. D 4

4
5
3

Christian Song Jeremiah Ingalls Mine eyes are now closing to rest Abner Reed 3
Columbia Jeremiah Ingalls And is the lovely shadow fled Charles Wesley 88. 88. 88 3
Complainer Jeremiah Ingalls I set myself against the Lord John Leland 886. 886 3
Consolation Jeremiah Ingalls Come and taste along with me John Leland 77. 77 3
Creation Jeremiah Ingalls How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord Robert Keen 11 11. 11 11 3
Crostic Jeremiah Ingalls Jesus, our great high priest, was slain

Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes

Jeremiah Ingalls

Isaac Watts

88. 88. 88. 88. 88. 88 3
Danville Jeremiah Ingalls Ill tidings never can surprise Isaac Watts 88. 88. 88 3
Delay Jeremiah Ingalls Ah! whither shall I go Charles Wesley 66. 86. D (S.M.D.)

66. 86 (S.M.)

3
Dominion Jeremiah Ingalls Come, ye Christians, sing the praises Joseph Hart 87. 87. D 3
Elon Jeremiah Ingalls Who has believed thy word Isaac Watts 66. 86 (S.M.) 3
Experience Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye saints and sinners near Anonymous 88. 88 (L.M.) 3
Falmouth Jeremiah Ingalls Hallelujah through the nations Anonymous 3
Farewell Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Give ear to me, ye sons of men Jeremiah Ingalls 88. 88. 88 4
Fellowship Jeremiah Ingalls Come away to the skies Charles Wesley 669. 669 3
Free Grace Jeremiah Ingalls The voice of free grace cries 'scape to the mountains Richard Burdsall 11 11. 12 12. 13 11 3
Friendly Meeting Jeremiah Ingalls Well met, dear friends, in Jesus' name Anonymous 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Friendship Jeremiah Ingalls The reason why we love friendship Anonymous 3
Golden Streets Jeremiah Ingalls Come, we that love the Lord Isaac Watts 66. 86 (S.M.) 3
Hallelujah Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls That name to me sounds ever sweet Anonymous 88. 88 (L.M.)

88. 88 (L.M.) with alleluias

3
Happy Choice Jeremiah Ingalls O love divine, how sweet thou art Charles Wesley 886. 886 3
Happy Retribution Jeremiah Ingalls Brief life is here our portion Bernard of Cluny 76. 76

76. 76. D

4
Harmony Jeremiah Ingalls Come, brethren and sisters that love my dear Lord Anonymous 11 11. 12 12

11 11. 11 11

3
Harvest Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls The fields are all white, the harvest is near Anonymous 10 11. 10 11 3
Head of the Church Jeremiah Ingalls Head of the church triumphant Charles Wesley 77. 447. 77. 447

77. 447

3
Honor to the Hills Jeremiah Ingalls Through all this world below Anonymous 66. 63. 66. 66. 63 3
Hope Jeremiah Ingalls O glorious hope of perfect love Charles Wesley 886. 886 3
Humility Jeremiah Ingalls The man that views his guilt and sin Anonymous 86. 86 (C.M.) 3
Innocent Sounds Jeremiah Ingalls Enlisted in the cause of sin Charles Wesley 87. 87. D 3
Invitation Jeremiah Ingalls Come ye sinners, poor and wretched Joseph Hart 87. 87. 88 3
Jubilee Jeremiah Ingalls Jerusalem, my happy home Anonymous 86. 86 (C.M.) 3
Judgment Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls The great tremendous day's approaching Anonymous 98. 98

98. 98. D

3
Kingston Amos Pilsbury Agonizing in the garden Joseph Hart 87. 87. 87 4
Knowledge of Jesus Jeremiah Ingalls Vain, delusive world, adieu Charles Wesley 76. 76. 78. 76 3
Lily Jeremiah Ingalls Shall we go on to sin Isaac Watts 66. 86 (S.M.) 4
Love Divine Jeremiah Ingalls To him who did salvation bring Anonymous 886. 886 3
Love to Jesus Jeremiah Ingalls O when shall I see Jesus John Leland 87. 87. D 3
Lynnfield Jeremiah Ingalls How vain are all things here below Isaac Watts 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Melodious Sonnet Jeremiah Ingalls Come, thou fount of every blessing Robert Robinson 87. 87. D 3
Millennium Jeremiah Ingalls That glorious day is drawing near Anonymous 86. 86. D (C.M.D.) 3
My Dove Jeremiah Ingalls Arise my dear love Anonymous 558. 557 3
Night Thought Jeremiah Ingalls How can I sleep, when angels sing Anonymous 86. 86. D (C.M.D.) 4
Paradise Jeremiah Ingalls Come, Lord, and help me to rejoice Charles Wesley 886. 886 3
Peckersfield Jeremiah Ingalls Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands Isaac Watts 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Redeeming Love Jeremiah Ingalls O now begin the heavenly theme Anonymous 77. 77

88. 88. D (L.M.D.)

3
Redemption Jeremiah Ingalls Ananias Davisson Come friends and relations, let's join heart and hand Anonymous 11 11. 11 11 4
Redemption Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls Come friends and relations, let's join heart and hand Anonymous 11 11. 11 11 3
Rejoice in Thy Youth Jeremiah Ingalls Young man, indulge thy passion Anonymous 76. 76. D 3
Renown Jeremiah Ingalls All glory to the Father be Anonymous 88. 88 (L.M.) with alleluias 3
Rich Provision Jeremiah Ingalls Jesus, thy blessings are not few Isaac Watts 86. 86 (C.M.)

86. 86. D (C.M.D.)

3
Separation Jeremiah Ingalls Come ye that love the Lord indeed Anonymous 88. 88 (L.M.) 3
Shouting Hymn Jeremiah Ingalls God's power and wisdom is displayed Anonymous 88. 88 (L.M.) 3
Sinful Youth Jeremiah Ingalls Remember, sinful youth Anonymous 669. 669 3
Slow Traveler Jeremiah Ingalls O happy souls, how fast you go Samson Occom 86. 86 (C.M.) 3
Soldier of the Cross Jeremiah Ingalls Am I a soldier of the cross Isaac Watts 86. 86 (C.M.) 3
Song of Moses Jeremiah Ingalls Almighty love inspires my heart with sacred fire Anonymous 3
The Apple Tree Jeremiah Ingalls The tree of life my soul hath seen Richard Hutchins 88. 88 (L.M.) 3
The Enquirer Jeremiah Ingalls O! that some kind one would tell me Anonymous 87. 87 3
The General Doom Jeremiah Ingalls Behold! with awful pomp Joseph Hart 66. 86 (S.M.) 3
The Great Physician Jeremiah Ingalls How lost was my condition John Newton 76. 76. D 3
The Heavenly Contention Jeremiah Ingalls In heavenly choirs a question rose Ralph Erskine 88. 88 (L.M.) 3
The Heavenly Courtier Jeremiah Ingalls Let Christ the glorious lover Anonymous 76. 76. D 3
The Heavenly Ode Jeremiah Ingalls Jerusalem, my happy home Anonymous 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
The Impartial Song Jeremiah Ingalls The great God of love has shown us the way Anonymous 10 8. 11 9 3
The Lord Will Provide Jeremiah Ingalls Though troubles assail John Newton 55. 55. 65. 65 3
The New Union Jeremiah Ingalls Attend ye saints and hear me tell Anonymous 88. 887 3
The Pilgrim's Song Jeremiah Ingalls Children of the heavenly King John Cennick 77. 77 3
The Rich Man Jeremiah Ingalls Come, all ye poor sinners that from Adam came Anonymous 11 11. 11 11

65. 65. D

3
The Savior's Merits Jeremiah Ingalls Savior, I do feel thy merit Anonymous 87. 87. D 3
The Sinner's Warning Jeremiah Ingalls When pity prompts me to look round Anonymous 86. 86 (C.M.) 3
The Swiftness of Time Jeremiah Ingalls My days, my weeks, my months, my years Thomas Green 3
The Tedious Hour Jeremiah Ingalls How tedious and tasteless the hours John Newton 88. 88 (L.M.) 3
The Tribunal Jeremiah Ingalls And must I be to judgment brought Charles Wesley 86. 86 (C.M.) 3
The Wandering Pilgrim Jeremiah Ingalls Wandering pilgrims, mourning Christians John Leland 87. 87. D 3
The Weary Traveler Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye weary travelers Anonymous 76. 76. D 3
Tranquility Jeremiah Ingalls Away, my doubts, be gone, my fears Susanna Harrison 88. 88 (L.M.) 3
Unity Jeremiah Ingalls Let strife forever cease Anonymous 66. 86 (S.M.) 3
Weeping Mary Jeremiah Ingalls Come all ye mourning pilgrims now Anonymous 86. 86. D (C.M.D.) 3
Wisdom Jeremiah Ingalls Now in a song of grateful praise Samuel Medley 88. 88 (L.M.) 3