Southern and Western Pocket Harmonist
Title: Southern and Western Pocket Harmonist
Full Title: The Southern and Western Pocket Harmonist, Intended as an Appendix to the Southern Harmony
Editor – Compiler: William Walker
Publication date and place: 1846 by Charles Desilver and G. G. Evans in Philadelphia, 160 pp. Second Edition, 1846b, 176 pp., reprinted 1860.
Description: Many camp meeting and revivalist tunes, often of unknown composer, sometimes of unknown lyricist. Several of these were included in Southern Harmony editions of 1847 and 1854.
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An Address for All |- |An Address for All |align=right| |William Walker |John Peck |I sing a song which doth belong | |align=right|4 |86. 86. D (C.M.D.) In That Morning |- |In That Morning |align=right| |William Walker |Anonymous |Jesus, my all to heaven is gone | |align=right|4 | Lovest Thou Me (1846) |- |Lovest Thou Me (1846) |align=right| |William Walker |William Cowper |Hark, my soul! It is the Lord | |align=right|4 |77. 77 with refrain Pleading Savior |- |Pleading Savior |align=right| | |John Leland |Now the Savior stands a pleading | |align=right|4 |87. 87. D Resignation |- |Resignation |align=right| |Joseph Funk |Isaac Watts |My shepherd will supply my need | |align=right|4 |86. 86. D (C.M.D.) Rockbridge |- |Rockbridge |align=right| |Lucius Chapin |Isaac Watts |Sweet is the work, my God, my King |Psalm-tunes |align=right|4 |88. 88 (L.M.)