The Sacred Harp (1860)

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The Sacred Harp was first published in 1844. For the second edition (1850), Appendix 1 was added to the first edition (1844), and for the third edition (1860), Appendix 2 was added.

Publication date and place: 1850 by S. C. Collins in Philadelphia – Edition 2

Publication date and place: 1859 by S. C. Collins in Philadelphia – Edition 3

References

  • Steel, David Warren, and Richard H. Hulan. 2010. The Makers of the Sacred Harp. Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press. 322 pp.

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Contents of 1850 and 1860 Editions

The tables below were derived from the 1859-1860 edition.

TABLE 1a. LIST OF WORKS IN 1850 AND 1860 EDITIONS

(Indexing of Edition 4 (1869) is incomplete)
Year Page Title Key Text Meter First Line First Notes Parts Ed.4 1911 1991
1850 264a Duke Street F L.M. Great God! attend to my complaint 13456(7)U1D7(6)5 4 264a
1850 264b Hebron B L.M. Thus far the Lord hath led me on 5356567U1 4 264b 264b 566
1850 265a Restoration F L.M. How many years has man been driven 15553321 3 265a 271b
1850 265b Gravity A L.M. O happy day, that fixed my choice 1D7U123532 4 265b
1850 266a Uxbridge F L.M. Thanks to the hand that set us free 132321D7U1 4 266a
1850 266b Lebanon New F L.M. Come, sinners, to the gospel feast 13452321 3 266b
1850 267 Day of Worship G L.M.D. Dear people, we have met today 11212155 3 490 60
1850 268 All Saints, New d L.M.D. O that my Lord would come and meet 355(6)7U3D7(U1D75)4(3)4 3 544 444
1850 270 Confidence A L.M.D. Away, my unbelieving fear 3111(D6)5(3)56(U1)2 3 270 270
1850 271 Russell e L.M.D. Ye humble souls, complain no more 55U1D7U1D555 3
1850 272 Exhortation a L.M. Now, in the heat of youthful blood 13(432)123(4)5(321)D7U1 4 272 272
1850 273 Texas A 87.87.87. My wakened soul, extend thy wings 3(2)1111222 3
1850 274 Russia a L.M. My spirit looks to God alone 1321D7U132 4 491 107
1850 275a Loving-Kindness a 86.86.D. Awake, my soul, to joyful lays 134231D7(U1)2 3 275a 275a
1850 275b Roll On F 88.88.9 10. Why should we start, and fear to die 5U111(2)3111(D6) 3 275b 275b
1850 276 Bridgewater C L.M. From all that dwell below th skies 131221D7U1 4 276 276
1850 277 Antioch g L.M. I know that my Redeemer lives 3(4)5553(5)431 3 277 277
1850 278a Sweet Heaven f 88.88.86. The Lord, who built the earth and sky 557U1D5765 3 278a
1850 278b Traveling Pilgrim g 89.89. Farewell! vain world, I'm going home 577(5)55(4)55(6)7 3 278b 278b 278b
1850 279 The Birman Hymn e L.M.D. O, seek ye heaven – a golden land 3(4)555(4)3664 3 279
1850 280 Westford B L.M.T. Far from my thoughts, vain world, begone 11D65(65)4321 4 280 280 280
1850 282 I'm Going Home F 888.888. Farewell! vain world, I'm going home 15553553 3 282 282 282
1850 283a Ballerma B C.M. There is a land of pure delight 1321D656U1 3 283a
1850 283b Ortonville C C.M. How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 5U1122321 3 283b 283b 68b
1850 284a Rockingham A C.M. Salvation! let the echo fly 5(6)U12(3)43(2)321 3 284a
1850 284b Piety C 86.86.86. O for a closer walk with God 5U131(D7)U155(4)3 3 284b
1850 285a Arnold B C.M.D. Come let us join our friends above 56U156(7)U11D6 3 285a 285a
1850 285b Land of Rest F C.M. O land of rest, for thee I sigh 15553321 3 285b 285b 285b
1850 286a Emmanuel F C.M. Dear Sovereign of my soul's desires 13355665 3
1850 286b Melody C C.M. And must I be to judgement brought 55U2(3)21321 3 286b
1850 287 Cambridge C C.M. The Lord will happiness divine 13321432 4 287 287
1850 288 Shepherds Rejoice F C.M.D. Shepherd, rejoice! lift up your eyes 13553553 3 479 152
1850 289 Greensborough F C.M. There is a land of pure delight 113556(5)32 4 289 289 289
1850 290 Victoria B 86.96. Alas! and did my Savior bleed 5U1132(3)11(D6)5 3 290 290 290
1850 291 Trumbull a C.M. The promise of my Father's love 132(1)D7(5)U3(1)D7(U1D757)12 4
1850 292 The Sinner's Resolve D C.M.D. Come, humble sinner, in whose breast 5U11131D55 3
1850 293 St. Thomas A S.M. Come sound his praise aboad 5U1132(1)2 4 293 293b 34b
1850 294 Never Part F 86.86.88.88. Come, humble sinner, in whose breast 13344(2)562 3 294 294 94
1850 295 Zion's Joy F S.M. How beauteous are their feet 55(3)56(5)6(7)U1 3 295
1850 296 Sardinia e C.M.D. Behold the love, the generous love 1D755(6545)577U1 4 296
1850 297 Conversion C C.M. When God revealed his gracious name 1D57U12321 4 297 297 297
1850 298 Providence A C.M. What shall I render to my God 11(232)15(653)12(321)23 3 298 298 298
1850 299 New Jerusalem G C.M. Lo! what a glorious sight appears 13212345 4 299 299 299
1850 300 Calvary a C.M. My thoughts, that often mount the skies 11D5U1(23)23(4)32 4 300 300 300
1850 301 Fort Valley F C.M. To our Redeemer's glorious name 155(3)21315 3 492
1850 302 New Jordan c# C.M.D. On Jordan's stormy banks I stand 5U11232(1)D7(5)7 4 542 442
1850 303 Little Marlborough a S.M. Welcome, sweet day of rest 5U132(1)D71 4 303b
1850 304 Morgan E C.M.D. With songs and honors sounding loud 13(2)1(D7)U1(235U1)D53(543)21 4 304 304 304
1850 306 Oxford A C.M.D. Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyes 5U11132(1)D65 3 306 306 306
1850 308 Parting Friends e C.M.D. What is there here to court my stay 55533442 3 308 308 308
1850 309 Living Lamb D C.M. Am I a soldier of the cross 1D543U15(4)3(2)1 3 309 309 309
1850 310 This World Is Not My Home C C.M. On Jordan's stormy banks I stand 5U11D6U12D7(6)5 3
1850 311 Silver Street C S.M. Come sound his praise abroad 1D5535U1 4 311 311 311
1850 312 Sing to Me of Heaven a S.M. O sing to me of heaven 13(2)3121 3 312 312a 312a
1850 313 Concord C S.M. The men of grace have found 5U1132(1)2 4 313 313 313a
1850 314 Amherst G 66.66.44.44. Lord of the worlds above 1344(3)21 3 314
1850 315 Worlds Above f# 66.66.44.44. Lord of the worlds above 111345 3 315
1850 316 Carmarthen G 66.66.888. Rejoice! the Lord is King 5U13221 4 316 316 473
1850 317a Pleyel's Hymn A 77.77. Sinner, art thou still secure 3523423 4 317a
1850 317b Auburn a 77.77. Pilgrim, burdened with thy sin 12351D7U1 3 317b
1850 318 Morning Meditation a 77.77.D. Though the morn may be serene 11D757U24 3 318
1850 319 Religion Is a Fortune A 76.76.97.79. O when shall I see Jesus 32111D5(6)U1 3 319 319 319
1850 320 The Lost City C 76.76.77. O when shall I see Jesus 1D565433 3 320
1850 321 Pleasant Ohio e 76.76.D. How lost was my condition 3556451 3
1850 322 Autauga F 76.76.86. O when shall I see Jesus 55356U12 3 322
1850 323a Griffin F 76.76.D. O when shall I see Jesus 13332(1)55 3 549
1850 323b Soft Music F 76.77. Soft, soft music is stealing 333235(4)2 3 323b 323b 323b
1850 324 North Port a 86.86.D. Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone 11554532 4 324 324 324
1850 325 The Cause of Christ F 77.75.D. Who the cause of Christ would yield 1551355 3 325
1850 326 Weary Pilgrim e 79.79.78.88.88. Come and taste, along with me 1134551 3 326 326 326
1850 327 Hatfield a C.M.D. Naked as from the earth we came 11234531 3 327
1850 328 Narrow Space A 886.886. Lo! on a narrow neck of land 1D5611232(1) 3 328
1850 329 Indian Song D 886.886. In the dark wood no Indian nigh 11115645 3 495
1850 330 Collins G 87.87.76.77. O hearken, sinners, we have come 13(2)1D6U1232(1) 3 496
1850 331a Columbiana C 87.87. May the grace of Christ our Savior 555(3)56U1D65 4 331a 331a 56a
1850 331b Villulia f# 87.87. Mercy, O thou son of David 11(D7)U2454(5)2(1)D7 3 331b 331b 56b
1850 332 Sons of Sorrow e 87.87.D. Hail! ye sighing sons of sorrow 54(5)2(1)D711(2)34 3 332 332 332
1850 333 Family Circle A 87.87. Come, thou fount of every blessing 11552232 3 333 333 333
1850 334 O Come Away! D 13 13.88.86. O come, come away, from labor now reposing 5U1D76556567U1D5 4 334 334 334
1850 335 Return Again G 87.87.D. Savior, visit thy plantation 1133112(1)D6 3 335 335 335
1850 336 Woodville b L.M.D. Sinners, perhaps this news with you 313D5(4)34(5)65 3 336
1850 337 Mercy's Free G 96.96.88.86. What's this that in my soul is rising 5U13556U1D53 3 337 337 337
1850 338 Sawyer's Exit A 98.98. How bright is the day when the Christian 5U11132135 3 338 338 338
1850 339 When I Am Gone A 10 6.10 6.10 10. Shed not a tear o'er your friend's early bier 1123345653 3 339 339 339
1850 340 Meditation C 11 11.11 11. From gloomy dejection my thoughts mount the sky 5U1123432212 3 497
1850 341 The Lone Pilgrim E 11 8.11 8. I came to the place where the lone pilgrim lay 1(3)55556U11532(1) 3 341 341 341
1850 342 The Old-Fashioned Bible A 12 11.12 11.D. How painfully pleasing the fond recollection 1D5U1113135653 3 342 342 342
1850 343 Let Us Go A 88.66.66. Lift up your heads, Immanuel's friends 5U13(4)55(3)465 3 343
1850 344 South Union A 12 11.12 11.D Hosanna to Jesus! I'm filled with his praises 1D66U1D556U12133 3 344
1850 345 The Soldier's Dream G 11 12.11 11. Our bugles sang truce, for the night-cloud had lowered 5U1D7U12532143 3
1850 346 The American Star d 12 11.12 11.D The spirits of Washington, Warren, Montgomery 1D7656547655U3 3 346 346 346
1850 347 The Blessed Bible g 12 11.12 11.D. How painfully pleasing the fond recollection 1D555U11121D7U12 3 347
1850 348 Transporting News f# SetPiece Transporting news: the Savior's come 11(23)453457 3
1850 350 The Red Sea Anthem A Anthem The Lord spoke unto Moses 5U113211 3 350
1850 354 Happy Land F 64.64.67.64. There is a happy land 11D7U133 3 354 354 354b
1850 355 Anthem on the Savior a Anthem My friends, come listen awhile 5U113334 3 355 355 355
1850 358 Murillo's Lesson F 11 11.11 11.D As down a lone valley, with cedars o'er-spread 5(3)1111(3)243334(5) 3 358 358 358
1850 359 Prosperity B L.M.D. O may I worthy prove to see 131D6U1D56U1 3 359
1850 360 The Royal Band e 12 11.12 11.D. Hosanna to Jesus, my soul's filled with praises 115542245421 3 360 360 360
1850 361 Loving Jesus G Anthem Here's my heart, my loving Jesus 34534321 3 361 361 361
1850 362 Norwich B Anthem O the delights, the heavenly joys 11233345 4 362 362 362
1850 365 Southwell E Anthem Tis finished, the Redeemer said 5U11D5(3)66 4 365 365 365
1860 368a Remember Me A C.M. There is a fountain fillled with blood 1D7U222133 3 368a
1860 368b Newman F C.M. Vain man, thy fond pursuits forbear 155(3)11365 3 368b
1860 369 Send A Blessing A 10 11.10 11. O tell me no more of this world's vain store 5U1111(7)U12222(1) 3 369 369 369
1860 370 Monroe a 87.87.D Jesus, I my cross have taken 1131D7U121 3 370 370 370
1860 371 Heavenly Dove G C.M. Come Holy Spirit, heavenly dove 3(1)3343(2)355 4 371 371 371
1860 372 Endless Distress F 88.11 8. While sorrows encompass me round 56553565 3 372
1860 373 Weeping Peter C 76.67.78.76. Jesus, let thy pitying eye 313(2)111(D6)5 3 373
1860 374 O, Sing With Me! G L.M.D. O! sing with me of social spheres 13(2)135662 3 374 374 374
1860 375 Love The Lord f# C.M. Alas and did my Savior bleed 13457U11D7(5) 3 375 375 375
1860 376 Help Me To Sing a 98.98.D. Ye souls who are bound unto Canaan 1D577U11D7U13 3 376 376 376
1860 377a Happy Home A 88. O yes, my Savior I will trust 5U13553(2)3(4)5 3 377a 377a 343
1860 377b Parting Friends G 86. The time must come when we must part 65312135 3 377b 377b 414b
1860 378a The Heavenly Port A C.M. On Jordan's stormy banks I stand 53332111 3 378a 378a 378a
1860 378b Valley Grove e L.M. How blest the righteous when he dies 11155U1D75 3 500a
1860 379 The Year of Jubilee F 66.66.88. Blow ye the trumpet, blow 135535 3 499
1860 380a The Hill of Zion A S.M. The hill of Zion yields 5U131D65 3 380a 380a 565
1860 380b Paradise Plains a L.M.D. The busy scene of life is closed 11D7U13531 3 380b
1860 381 Floyd F 76. Christ was born in Bethlehem 3331555 3
1860 382a Sweet Communion A 87.87.D. May the grace of Christ our Savior 13(2)3154(3)2(1)2 3 382a
1860 382b Jesus Wept C S.M. He wept that we might weep 5U1D56U1(3)1 3 382b
1860 383 Eternal Day d C.M.D. O what of all my sufferings here 557U131D75 3 383 383 383
1860 384 Jesus Rose D 77. Go and tell his disciples 1311D653 3 473 473 156
1860 385a Fight On e S.M. Fight on my soul till death 113(4)5D7U1 3 385a 385a 385a
1860 385b Asleep in Jesus C L.M. Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep 5U1D5U1D5U121 3 385b
1860 386 The Great Day a 12 10.10 10. I've a long time heard that there will be a judgment 345553455521 3 386 386 567
1860 387 Pennick F C.M. While traveling through the world below 135U1D5655 3 387 387 387
1860 388 The Happy Sailor B 10 7.10 7. Come tell of your ship, and what is her name 5U111113312 3 388 388 388
1860 389 Simon's Cross F 86.86.88.766. Must Simon bear the cross alone 133332(1)21 3
1860 390 New Prospect A C.M. O land of rest! for thee I sigh 5U113511D6(5) 3 390 390 390
1860 391 Sounding Joy E S.M. Behold the morning sun 5U11D7(56)65 3 391 391 391
1860 392 Converting Grace G C.M.D. As pants the hart for cooling streams 5U1131452 3 392 392 230
1860 393a New Hundred a L.M. Look from on high, Great God, and see 11D7U354(3)21 4 393a
1860 393b I'm On My Journey Home g 87.87. O who will come and go with me 134551D7U1 3 393b
1860 394 Reflection f# 66.64.D. Come youth and middle aged 1D54321 3
1860 395a Can I Leave You? a 87.87.87 Yes, my native land, I love thee 77U1132(1)22 3 395a 385b
1860 395b I Am Passing Away F L.M. Pass a few swiftly fleeting years 13556U1D65 3 500b
1860 396a Hingham a S.M. My God, my life, my love 1D7U1232 4 396a
1860 396b Newry B S.M. Did Christ o'er sinners weep 1(2)45(6)532 3 396b
1860 397 We'll Soon Be There G 87.87.87. O, who will come and go with me 53355331 4 397
1860 398a Farewell to All a L.M.D. And now my friends, both old and young 15533531 3 398a 398a 69b
1860 398b The Dying Boy F C.M.D. I'm dying, mother, dying now 13355U1D56 4 398b 398b 398
1860 400 Struggle On E 84.84.64.84. Our praying time will soon be o'er 1(3)556U1D655 3 400 400 400
1860 401 Cuba G 98.88. Go preachers, and tell it to the world 11D56U1D7655 3 401 401 401
1860 402 Fame of Jesus A L.M. Jesus, thy far extended fame 11232121 3
1860 403 Paradise F C.M.D. The pleasant fields of paradise 3(4)555U3211 3
1860 404 Youth Will Soon Be Gone F L.M.D. Youth, like the spring, will soon be gone 12321653 3 404 404 404
1860 405 The Marcellas E 77.77. Children of the heavenly King 5156543 3 405 405 405
1860 406 New Harmony G 87.87.D. I want to live a Christian here 1(2)333121D6 3 406 406 406
1860 407 Charlton E C.M.D. My span of life will soon be done 1(3)556U1321 3 407 407 407
1860 408 Weeping Mary D 76.37. They crucified the Savior 5555555 3 408 408 408
1860 409 Promised Day F C.M. How long, dear Savior, O how long 13535665 3 409 409 409
1860 410 The Dying Californian A 87.87. Lay up nearer, brother, nearer 1232321D6 3 410 410 410a
1860 411 A Home in Heaven F 10 10.9 10.2 10. A home in heaven! what a joyful thought 133134553 3 411
1860 412 New Hosanna C L.M. Wake, O my soul, and hail the morn 3(4)555U1(D7)666 3 412 412 412
1860 413 The Loved Ones C 11 8.11 8.D Be kind to thy father, for when thou wert young 55655U111D765 3 413 413 413
1860 414 The Wanderer's Grave G C.M.D. Away from home, away from driends 35434653 3 414
1860 415 Union Grove G L.M.D. O welcome, welcome festal day 13555655 3 415
1860 416 The Christian's Nightly Song e 66 10.66 10. I'll sing my Savior's grace 531345 3 416 416 416
1860 417 Weeping Pilgrim G 10 76.10 76. You may tell them, father, when you see them 135313351(2)3 3 417 417 417
1860 418 Rees D C.M. There is a house not made with hands 1D6665U11D6 3 418 418 418
1860 419 Melancholy Day f# C.M.D. Death, tis a melancholy day 5321D7U3D71 3 419 419 419
1860 420 Religion is Sweet G 77.77. Tis religion that can give 1121332 3 420
1860 421 Sweet Morning e 8 11.8 11. The happy day will soon appear 3(4)5753(4)554(3) 3 421 421 421
1860 422a A Song of Texas f# 11 8.11 8. Away here in Texas, the bright sunny south 13(1)3454531D7U1 3 422a
1860 422b The Grieved Soul A 76.76.D. Come, my soul, and let us try 1122(3)443(2) 3 422b 422b 448b
1860 423 Grantville f# C.M. Should earth against my soul engage 55577535 3 423 423 423
1860 424 Sweet Union E 87.846. Awake my soul in joyful lays 1555(3)5U12D5 3 424 424 424
1860 425 Golden Streets A 7. I am on my journey home 561113(2)1 3 425 425 425
1860 426a Dumas A C.M. When we've been there ten thousand years 5U13531D65 3 426a
1860 426b Shiloah D C.M. The time is swiftly rolling on 5(6)U11D65355 3 426b
1860 427a Hope C 66.66.88. Young men and maidens, raise 535U1D7U1 3 427a
1860 427b Williams C S.M. A charge to keep I have 133243 3 427b
1860 428 World Unknown f# S.M. And am I born to die 3551D7U1 3 428 428 428
1860 429 Christian's Delight f# 8.11 Peace, troubled soul, thou need not fear 557U1D56(5)45 3 429 429 429

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