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The treasury of sacred song, selected from the English lyrical poetry of four centuries,

Author: Francis Turner Palgrave
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1890.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed. OxfordView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Religious poetry, English
Hymns, English
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Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Palgrave, Francis Turner, 1824-1897.
Treasury of sacred song.
Oxford, Clarendon press, 1890
(OCoLC)613207579
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Turner Palgrave
OCLC Number: 1384181
Notes: "Sixteenth thousand."
Description: ix, 374 pages 18 cm
Contents: Christ's nativity --
Youth --
Life and death --
An hymn of heavenly love --
Eternal love --
Soul and body --
A prayer --
the Bible --
A carol --
The burning babe --
A child my choice --
O that I had wings like a dove --
A hymn to God the Father --
The nativity --
Death's last will --
Hypocrisy --
Man's knowledge --
Saint John Baptist --
Urbs Beata Hierusalem --
The farewell --
Introit --
Antiphon --
A true hymn --
Sin --
Church monuments --
the church floor --
Sunday --
Christmas --
Affliction --
Denial --
Virtue --
Unkindness --
Mortification --
Misery --
The quip --
Time --
Peace --
Man's medley --
Vanity --
The pilgrimage --
Praise --
Longing --
The bag --
The pulley --
The flower --
The glance --
The foil --
The posy --
A wreath --
Discipline --
The Elixir --
Death --
Love --
Iesu --
Comfort in extremity --
Deus Deus Meus --
Solum Mihi superest sepulchrum --
Laudate dominum de caelis --
recogitabo tibi omnes annos meos --
nox nocti indicat scientiam --
The invitation --
D.O.M. On the morning of Christ's nativity --
Upon the circumcision --
On time --
At a solemn music --
On his blindness --
Life and death --
Evening hymn --
Psalm for Christmas day --
A Psalm for Sunday night --
The white island --
Death --
Eternity --
Grace for a child --
A thanksgiving to God for His house --
Litany --
On Easter day --
On justice and mercy --
Peace --
Song of the emigrants in Bermuda --
The coronet --
Jesus Christ --
The retreat --
Childhood --
CIV --
Rules and lessons --
Son-days --
The favour --
The book --
To the Holy Bible --
Righteousness --
Anguish --
The agreement --
The revival --
The wreath --
The eclipse --
The men of war --
Peace --
Creation waiting for revelation --
Retirement --
The water-fall --
The timber --
The bird --
The shower --
The night --
The shepherds --
The nativity --
The knot --
S. Mary Magdalene --
The ornament --
The world --
Man --
The world --
An elegy --
Friends departed --
The dawning --
The throne --
The day of judgment --
At Bethlehem --
An ecstasy --
An idyll of Christian life --
Morning hymn --
Evening hymn --
Home --
Whit Sunday --
The ascension --
Resolution: the song of Hylobaris concerning divine providence --
The philosopher's devotion: the son of Bathynous --
The aspiration --
Seraphic love --
The beloved --
The aspiration --
Seraphic love --
The beloved --
Quia amore langueo --
Good night --
Evening --
A lullaby --
hymn for advent --
All Saints day --
The ways of wisdom --
Reason --
Veni creator spiritus --
Morning hymn --
Evening hymn --
Midnight hymn --
Life --
Grateful aspirations --
The miser --
Now --
Sighs --
An anodyne --
Love strong as death The church an' happy zunday --
Withstanders --
The mother's dream --
Per pacem ad lucem --
A Christmas carol --
Despised and rejected --
For the desolate --
A preacher's soliloquy --
The toys --
Qui laborat orat --
Saints departed --
The powers that be are ordained of God --
A thanksgiving --
The saint and the hero --
Transfiguration --
Persecution --
St. Philip Neri in his school --
The call of David --
James and John --
Faith against sight --
Sacrilege --
Vexations --
At messina --
Taormini --
The path of the just --
The wrath to come --
Flowers without fruit --
The two worlds --
Zeal and patience --
Temptation --
Sensitiveness --
The elements --
The guardian angel --
Consolations in bereavement --
A voice from afar --
A maryr-convert --
Hora novissima --
A soul's cry --
A morning prayer --
An evening confession --
The pillar of the cloud --
For tired workers --
An intercession --
Crossing the river --
The passion --
Light in the wood --
Youth's brightness gone --
Hold not thy peace at my tears --
The cry of the lost answered --
The pain of love --
Self-love --
Sweetness in prayer --
The will of God --
Via crucis --
Jesus crucified --
Starlight --
Iona --
An incident --
Song of an angel --
The lattice at sunrise --
Our Mary and the child-mummy --
The harvest moon --
Anastasis --
Morning hymn --
Evening hymn --
In the children's hospital.
Responsibility: with notes, explanatory and biographical, by Francis T. Palgrave ...

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