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140. Altered by James Martineau.

199. Latin [anon.], translated by William
141. Altered as in Plymouth Collection.

John Blew; altered.
142. Altered by previous Editors.

200. Stabat Mater (anon.], translated by
143. Transposed by John Rippon.

James Waddell Alexander.
144. Altered by John Ash, Caleb Evans, Au- 206. James Fanch and Daniel Turner; much
gustus Montague Toplady, Thomas

altered.
Cotterill, William John Hall.

208. Based on the Latin of Venantius Hono-
145. Translated by Richard Frederick Little-

rius Clementianus Fortunatus.
dale.

210. Translated by Frances Elizabeth Cox;
147 Veni Sancte Spiritus [anon.] (13th Cen-

altered.
tury), translated by Edward Caswall; 213. With alterations derived from Plymouth
re-arranged.

Collection.
149. Altered by Godfrey Thring.

214. Latin [anon.], translated by Francis
153. Translated by John Greenleaf Whittier,

Pott.
re-written by Stopford Augustus 215. Translated by John Mason Neale.
Brooke; altered.

221. Refrain altered.
164. Translated by John Christian Jacobi, 222. Stanza 7, line 3 altered; reviser un-
altered by Augustus Montague Top-

known.
lady, re-written by Samuel Long. 223. Altered by previous Editors.
fellow.

226. With alterations derived from Plymouth
155. Translation based on the translations

Collection.
of Catherine Winkworth, Frances 228. Stanzas 1-2, by Thomas Moore; al-
Elizabeth Cox, Robert Corbet Sin-

tered; stanza 3 by Thomas Hast-
gleton, Philip Pusey, and William ings.
Cooke.

235. Translated anonymously.

.
157 Latin [anon.], translated by John 244. Altered; reviser unknown.
Mason Neale; altered.

256. In the original “ Jesu," not " Jesus."
158. Translated by Sarah Findlater.

259. Translated by John Wesley; altered.
159. Midnight Hymn of the Greek Church 260. Translated by John Wesley.

[anon.], trans, by Gerard Moultrie. 262. Stanza i, line 5 altered; reviser un-
164. Stanzas 1, 3, and 4 slightly altered.

known.
167. Altered by George Whitfield and Mar-266. Translated by Catherine Winkworth ;
tin Madan.

altered by Philip Schaff.
168. Adeste Fideles (anon.] (17th or 18th 269. Altered by the Editor.

Century), translated by Frederick 270. Stanza 4, line 2 altered by Thomas
Oakeley; altered; reviser unknown.

Cotterill.
174. Translated anonymously.

271. From the poem “ Our Master ; " part 2,
176. Translated anonymously. .

stanza 4, line i altered by the Ed-
181. Translated by John Mason Neale.

itor.
185. Stanza 2, line i altered by the Editor. 274. Altered; reviser unknown.
187. Translated by John Mason Neale. 278. Stanza i and basis of stanza 3, by
188. Translated by James Waddell Alex-

George Herbert; remainder by John
ander, from the German of Paul Ger Wesley.
hardt; derived originally from the

279.

Translated anonymously.
Latin hymn, “Salve Caput Cruenta-288. Gilbert Rorison; re-written by John
tum” (anon.].

Hunter.
191. Altered by Godfrey Thring.

289. From the “ Brewing of Soma."
196. Translated by Sir Henry Williams 292. Thomas Haweis ; re-written by Thomas
Baker.

Cotterill.

578

Index of Translators and

and Revisers

a

398.

303. Joseph Francis Thrupp, based on 384. Transposed as in Plymouth Collection.

hymn of Cecil Frances Alexander. 385. Originally derived from the psalm ver-
305. Altered; revisers unknown.

sion of William Whittingham, 1556;
307

Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady; with re-written by Francis Rous, 1641; re-

alterations derived from Plymouth vised by the Westminster Assembly
Collection.

in 1646; further altered to its present
309. Unauthorized selection from a hymn by form in 1650.
Frederick Whitfield.

386. From the “ Eternal Goodness.”
313. Altered by Frances A. Hutton.

396. Translated by Catherine Winkworth.
316. Translated from the Welsh of William Translated by Catherine Winkworth,

Williams, by Peter and William Wil altered by Charles Seymour Robinson.
liams; altered.

408. Altered as in Plymouth Collection.
318. Attributed to John Sterling.

411. Translated by Greville Matheson; much
321. Altered by previous Editors.

altered.
322. Altered as in Plymouth Collection. 416. Slightly altered by the Editor.
325. Stanza 5 altered as in Plymouth Collec. 417. Slightly altered by the Editor.
tion.

418. Stanza 1, line i altered as in Plymouth
329. Refrain altered; reviser unknown.

Collection.
331. Altered; reviser unknown.

422. Translated by John Wesley.
333. Joseph Grigg, revised by Benjamin 425. Stanzas i and 3 (both altered), by John
Francis and others.

Keble; stanzas 2 and 4 (both altered),
334. Altered.

by William John Hall.
335 Altered as in Plymouth Collection. 426. Derived from Francis Quarles; re-
336. Stanza 5 much altered.

written by Henry Francis Lyte.
337. Stanzas 4 and 5 altered by the Editor. 430. Altered as in Plymouth Collection.
340.

Translated by Elizabeth Charles. 439. Attributed to St. Francis Xavier; trans-
342. Translated by Thomas Carlyle.

lated by Edward Caswall; altered,
343. Original reads, “ Fling out the banner.” | 441. Stanza 3 altered by the Editor.
347. Stanza i (altered by Edward Bicker- 447. Translated by Catherine Winkworth.

steth), and stanza 2, lines i and 452. Transposed and stanza 3 altered by the
2 by Henry Kirke White; stanza

Editor.
2, lines 3 and 4 and stanzas 3-5, 453. Latin [anon.], translated by Richard
by Frances Sara (Fuller-Maitland) Frederick Littledale.
Colquhoun.

454. Translated by George Washington Be-
352. Translated by John Mason Neale.

thune.
353. Translated by John Mason Neale; 459. Altered; reviser unknown.
stanza 2 altered.

465, 466 467, 468 Translated by John Mason
362. Translated by John Wesley.

Neale ; altered.
363. Altered; reviser unknown.

469, 471. Two modern versions of two anony.
364. Much altered; reviser unknown.

mous English poems of the 16th
365. Stanza 2, line 7 altered; reviser un-

Century, combined by various edi.
known.

tors in varying centos.
366. Altered by the Editor.

487. Altered; revisor unknown.
370. Translated by William Cowper; stanzas 489. Translated by Henry Martyn Dexter.
I and 3 altered.

497 Latin [anon.], translated by John
373. Transposed.

Mason Neale.
378. Altered as in Plymouth Collection. 501. Stanza i altered.
380. Stanza i altered by the Editor. 506. St. Thomas Aquinas, translated by
383. Translated by Frances Elizabeth Cox.

Sir Henry Williams Baker.

508. Latin [anon.] (11th Century); transla 2 altered by Augustus Montague

tion selected from various translations. Toplady.
510. Stanzas 3, 4, and 5 altered.

575. Stanza i altered ; reviser unknown.
514. Translated by Philip Pusey.

584. Stanza i altered by the Editor.
533. Stanza 1, anonymous ; stanzas 2, 3, 4, 591. Stanza i and basis of stanza 3, by Row-

by William Bengo Collyer, revised land Hill; stanza 2 and revision of
by Thomas Cotterill.

stanza 3, by George Rawson.
539. Selected from the “Messiah ; trans- 593. Translated by Jane Borthwick.
posed and slightly altered.

600. Translated by Jane Borthwick.
540. Translated by Sir Walter Scott; from 604. Stanza 4 altered by the Editor.

“ The Lay of the Last Minstrel.” 613. Altered by Oliver William Bourne Pea-
541. Altered as in Plymouth Collection.

body.
545. Stanzas 1, 2, 3, and 5, by Henry Fothergill 614. Translated by William Cullen Bryant.

Chorley; stanza 4, by John Ellerton. Original reads, “Thy vernal beauty,
547. Stanza i (altered) and stanza 3, by

fertile shore."
Charles Timothy Brooks; stanza 2015. Stanza 1, by Thomas Shepherd; stanzas
and revision of stanza i, by John 2 and 3 anon. ; stanzas 4 and 5, by
Sullivan Dwight.

Charles Beecher.
548. From the “ Arsenal at Springfield ; 616. Translated by Jane Borthwick.
altered.

622. Latin original revised for the Roman
551. Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady.

Breviary, editions 1570, 1632; trans-
552. Translated by Jane Montgomery Camp lated by Edward Caswall.
bell.

Altered and refrain omitted by the
553. Stanza 2 altered.

Editor.
555. Altered; reviser unknown.

638. Translated by Stephen Van Culen
570. Stanza i altered anonymously; stanza White.

625.

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A charge to keep I have
A few more years shall roll
A glory gilds the sacred page
A pilgrim and a stranger
A poor wayfaring man of grief
A safe stronghold our God is still
A thousand years have come and gone
A voice upon the midnight air
Abide with me, fast falls the eventide.
According to Thy gracious word
Across the sky the shades of night .
Adeste Fideles: — see 0 come, all
Again, as evening's shadow falls
Again the day returns of holy rest
Again the Lord of life and light .
Alas! and did my Saviour bleed
All glory, laud, and honor
All hail the power of Jesus' name

277 OLMUTZ.
461 CHALVEY

S. M. D.
484 DUNDEE
616 SONG OF THE SOJOURNER 7,6, D.
627 WANDERER *

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342 Ein FESTE BURG 8,7,8, 7, 6, 6, 6, 6, 7.
172 NOEL.

C. M.D.
189 GRASMERE

48 EVENTIDE
503 ST. AGNES.
557 CHURCHILL

8, 7, 8, 7, 8, 8, 7.
168
53 ST. FIDELIS

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65 PAX DEI
69 MEAR

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205 Avon
181 ST. THEODULPH .

7, 6, D.
112 Miles LANE; CORONATION; ENTHRONE-

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All praise to Thee, my God, this night :

see Glory to Thee
All things are Thine; no gift have we
All ye nations, praise the Lord
All ye that pass by
Alleluia! Alleluia ! Alleluia
Alleluia! sing to Jesus .
Alleluia, song of gladness
Am I a soldier of the cross
And didst Thou love the race that loved

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And now the wants are told that brought
Angels holy.
Arm these Thy soldiers, mighty Lord .

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Art thou weary, art thou languid

222 STEPHANOS, 8, 5, 8, 3; BULLINGER
As down in the sunless retreats of the ocean 625 ST. BOTOLPH

12, II.
As oft, with worn and weary feet

185 Eton *

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As pants the hart for cooling streams .

307 SPOHR
As swiftly, silently, draws near the night. 64 Pax Dei
As the hart, with eager looks

295 TWILIGHT (Zundel)
Asleep in Jesus ! blessed sleep

457 ZEPHYR.

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At anchor laid, remote from home

143 EFFINGHAM
At even, ere the sun was set

52 ST. FIDELIS

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At the name of Jesus

586 EVENSONG

6, 5, D.
Awake, and sing the song.

14 ST. THOMAS
Awake, my soul, and with the sun

26 UXBRIDGE
Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve 349 CHRISTMAS.
Awake, our souls, away our fears

395 WINCHESTER NEW.

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Be not dismayed, thou little flock

340 West HEATH

8, 8, 7, D.
Be still, my heart! these anxious cares

: 325 CALM
Because I knew not when my life was good 237 MONTCLAIR *

TO, IO, 10. 6.
Before Jehovah's awful throne

91 OLD HUNDREDTH
Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme . 82 BEATITUDO
Behold, the Bridegroom cometh in the
middle of the night
159 BRIDEGROOM *

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Behold, what wondrous grace

372 STATE STREET
Beneath the shadow of the cross

273 ST. MARGARET
Beyond the starry skies

206 EMPYREAN.
Birds have their quiet nest

261 HOMELESS

6, 10.
Blest are the pure in heart
425 CHISELHURST

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Blest be the tie that binds .

435 BoyLSTON

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Blest be Thy love, dear Lord

584 MONSELL
Bread of the world, in mercy broken 499 EUCHARISTIC HYMN 9, 8;

or to SACRAMENT (Hopkins), 66
Break Thou the bread of life, dear Lord,
to me

496 DALKEITH
Brief life is here our portion

466 ST. GEORGE's, BOLTON 7,6, D.; or to

ST. ALPHEGE, 556
Brightest and best of the sons of the
morning
171 ST. NINIAN

II, 10.
By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored 498 IN MEMORIAM

4.
By cool Siloam's shady rill
488 HOWARD C. M.; or to St. MARGUERITE

487

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Call Jehovah thy salvation

403 MOULTRIE

8, 7, D.
Calm me, my

od, and keep me calm 290 HOLY TRINITY
Calm on the listening ear of night 163 Elvet .
Cast thy burden on the Lord .
591 SPRINGFIELD

75.
Child Jesus comes from heavenly height. 176 ChristMAS CAROL .
Children of the Heavenly King -

413 PLEYEL'S HYMN, 7s; APPLETON

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Christ for the world, we sing ·

523 St. AMBROSE

6, 6, 4, 6, 6, 6,4

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