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Divine and moral songs for children

Author: Isaac WattsRichard ClayJames Davis CooperThomas D ScottT KennedyAll authors
Publisher: London : George Routledge & Sons, [1866?]
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Children's poetry
Hymns
Binders' tickets (Binding)
Juvenile poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.
Divine and moral songs for children.
London : George Routledge & Sons, [1866?] (London : Richard Clay)
(OCoLC)844711986
Named Person: Jesus Christ
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Watts; Richard Clay; James Davis Cooper; Thomas D Scott; T Kennedy; A J Waudby; Edmund Morrison Wimperis; Walter James Allen; Robert Barnes; William Small; Hugh Cameron; R P Leitch; Harrison Weir; James L Lee; George Routledge and Sons.; Bone & Son.
OCLC Number: 5363421
Notes: Earlier editions published under title: Divine songs attempted in easy language.
Illustrations engraved and signed by James D. Cooper after T.D. Scott, T. Kennedy, A.J. Waudby, E.M. Wimperis, W.J. Allen, R. Barnes, W. Small, Hugh Cameron, R.P. Leitch, H. Weir, and J. Lee.
Date from preface.
Without music.
Includes index (p.13-14).
Printed by Richard Clay, London (from symbol preceding title page).
"Bound by W. Bone & Son : 76 Fleet Street, London"--Binder's ticket.
Description: 116 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. port. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Divine songs. --
Almighty God, thy piercing eye --
And now another day is gone --
Angels, that high in glory dwell --
Be you to others kind and true --
Bless'd be the wisdom and the power --
Give to the Father praise --
Great God, to thee my voice I raise --
Great God, with wonder and with praise --
Happy the child whose youngest years --
Hosanna to king David's son --
Hosanna to the prince of grace --
Hosanna to the son --
How doth the little busy bee --
How glorious is our heavenly king --
I sing th' almighty power of God --
Let children that would fear the Lord --
Let dogs delight to bark and bite --
Lord, how beautiful 'tis to see --
Lord, I ascribe it to thy grace --
Love God with all your soul and strength --
My God, who makes the sun to know --
Now let the father, and the son --
O 'tis a lovely thing for youth --
Our tongues were made to bless the Lord --
The praises of my tongue --
There is a God that reigns above --
There is beyond the sky --
This is the day when Christ arose --
Thou shalt have no more gods but me --
To God the father, God the son --
What blest examples do I find --
Whatever brawl disturbes the street --
Whene'er I take my walks abroad --
Why should I join with those in play --
Why should I love my sports so well --
Why should I say "'Tis yet too soon" --
Why should our garments, made to hide --
With all thy soul love God above. Moral songs. --
Abroad in the meadows, to see the young lambs --
How fair is the rose! what a beautiful flower --
How fine has the day been! how bright was the sun --
Hush, my dear! lie still, and slumber --
These Emmets, how little they are in our eyes --
Though I'm now in younger days --
'Tis the voice of the sluggard : I heard him complain --
Why should I deprive my neighbour.
Other Titles: Divine songs attempted in easy language.
Divine songs attempted in easy language
Responsibility: by Isaac Watts.

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