The United States Sacred Harmony (Amos Pilsbury)

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Title: The United States Sacred Harmony, Containing the Rudiments of Vocal Music in a Concise and Comprehensive Manner; and a Large and Valuable Collection of Psalm Tunes and Anthems

Compiler: Amos Pilsbury

Description:

Publication date and place: 1799 , Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. 224 pp.

References

  • Kroeger, Karl. 1981. A Yankee Tunebook from the Old South: Amos Pilsbury's "The United States Sacred Harmony". The Hymn 32:154-162.

List of works

No. HTI* Pages Title Composer Date Key Vo. First line Comments
1 15 Canon B 4 Lift up your heads, O ye gates
2 2606 16 Milford Joseph Stephenson 1760 A 4 If angels sung a Savior's birth Sacred Harp 273 1936-1991
3 3366 17 Boston William Billings 1770 B 4 Shepherds, rejoice, lift up your eyes
4 4622a 18 Sherburne Daniel Read 1785 D 4 Songs of immortal praise belong
5 4594 19 Calvary Daniel Read 1785 a 4 My thoughts that often mount the skies
6 3678 20 Exeter William Billings 1774 f 4 My thoughts on awful subjects roll
7 2534a 21 3rd Psalm Joseph Stephenson 1758 a 4 With reverence let the saints appear
8 5013a 22 Ocean F 4 Thy works of glory, mighty Lord Law, Rudiments of Music, Ed. 2, 1789
9 4014 23 Majesty William Billings 1778 F 4 The Lord descended from above
10 4019 24 Phoebus William Billings 1778 f 4 Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear
11 5375 25 Montgomery Justin Morgan 1790 G 4 Early, my God, without delay
12 4690a 26 Jordan William Billings 1786 A 4 There is a land of pure delight
13 4527b 27 Enfield Solomon Chandler 1785 E 4 Before the rosy dawn of day
14 2766 28 33rd Psalm William Tuckey 1761 D 4 Rejoice, ye righteous, in the Lord
15 6180b 29 119th Psalm e 4 Had not the word been my delight Smith, in French, 1793
16 7879 30 Dover Amos Pilsbury 1799 b 4 And let this feeble body fail
17 5805a 31 Ringe Samuel Holyoke 1791 G 3 My thoughts surmount these lower skies
18 3223a 32 St. Asaph Benjamin Milgrove 1768 B 4 Give thanks to God the sovereign Lord
19 3662a 33 Ashley G 4 Salvation! O the joyful sound The Gospel Magazine, Vol. 1, 1774
20 2640 34 34th Psalm Joseph Stephenson 1760 C 4 Through all the changing scenes of life
21 4290 35a Virginia Oliver Brownson 1782 e 4 Thy words the raging winds control
22 4141 35b Suffield e 4 Teach me the measure of my days A. King, 1779
23 4142a 36a Worthington d 4 Thee we adore, eternal name Strong, 1779
24 4629 36b Winter Daniel Read 1785 F 4 His hoary frost, his fleecy snow
25 2721 37a Kensington g 4 O for an heart to praise my God J. Wesley Sacred Melody, 1781
26 1946a 37b Newbury Michael Beesly 1746 a 4 Thee we adore, eternal name
27 4740 38a Georgia e 4 How vain are all things here below Law, Rudiments of Music, Ed. 2, 1786
28 4093a 38b Miles' Lane William Shrubsole 1779 C 4 All hail the power of Jesus' name
29 2776d 39a Abingdon Musgrave Heighington 1762 G 4 O for a thousand tongues to sing
30 1936a 39b Irish G 4 Being of beings, God of love Collection of Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1749
31 967a 40a Rochester Israel Holdroyd 1722 G 4 When all the mercies of my God
32 909b 40b Mear Simon Browne 1720 G 4 Our god, our help in ages past
33 930a 41a Bedford William Wheal 1720 F 4 My God, my everlasting hope
34 2924a 41b Buckingham a 4 My drowsy powers, why sleep ye so The Universal Psalmodist, 1763
35 1084a 42a Crowley g 4 Why should the children of a King Green, Book of Psalm Tunes Ed. 5, 1724
36 2931a 42b A Funeral Thought Isaac Smith 1763 a 4 Hark! From the tombs a doleful sound
37 1390a 43a Bangor William Tansur 1735 d 4 Father, I stretch my hands to thee
38 271l 43b Windsor Christopher Tye 1552 a 4 Thee we adore, eternal name
39 2042b 44a New-York William Tansur 1752 E 4 Lord, how divine thy comforts are
40 1929 44b St. Martins William Tansur 1748 A 4 My God, the spring of all my joys
41 3673a 45a Liverpool Robert Wainwright 1774 F 4 Let every tongue thy goodness speak
42 6282b 45b Archdale Oliver Holden 1793 F 4 When God revealed his gracious name
43 6767a 46a Alexandria James Leach 1794 D 4 My Savior, my almighty friend
44 5176a 46b Melody James Leach 1789 G 4 To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
45 4031 47 Washington William Billings 1778 E 4 Lord, when though didst ascend on high
46 4526 48 Bristol Timothy Swan 1785 F 4 The lofty pillars of the sky
47 4661 49 Stratfield Ezra Goff 1786 f 4 To thee, my God and Savior, I
48 4289 50 Stratford Daniel Read 1782 a 4 Mourn, mourn, ye saints, who once did see
49 7902 51 Portland d 4 When we our wearied limbs to rest Uranian Harmony,1791
50 4741 52 Greenwich Daniel Read 1786 e 4 Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I
51 4431 53 Montague Timothy Swan 1783 d 4 Now let our mournful songs record
52 4131 54 Hartford Elihu Carpenter 1779 d 4 The spacious earth is all the Lord's
53 5776 55 Edinburgh Samuel Holyoke 1791 G 3 Ye heavens with sounds of triumph ring
54 5587a 56 All Saints New Amariah Hall 1791 c 4 O if my Lord would come and meet
55 5012 57 New Jersey Ishmael Spicer 1789 e 4 Lord, what was man when made at first
56 7898 58 New Hampshire Amos Pilsbury 1799 E 4 Tis the fair dawn of heavenly day New in this book
57 4274 59 Bridgewater Lewis Edson 1782 C 4 My soul, the great Creator praise
58 3256a 60-61 Denbigh Martin Madan 1769 E 3 From all that dwell below the skies
59 7894 61 Morning Amos Pilsbury 1799 e 4 He dies, the friend of sinners dies New in this book
60 5348 62 Complaint Ezra Parmenter 1790 e 4 Spare us, O Lord, aloud we cry
61 7200 63 Deanfield E 4 Now is the hour of darkness past Village Harmony, Ed. 2, 1796
62 5014 64 Carlisle Ishmael Spicer 1789 a 4 Deep in our hearts let us record
63 7303 65 Spring a 3 Gently he draws my heart along Smith, 1797
64 3965a 66a Portugal Thomas Thorley 1778 A 4 Of him who did salvation bring
65 4939 66b Antigua D 4 Let him embrace my soul, and prove R. Wells, 1788
66 2213a 67a Kingsbridge a 4 God of my life, whose gracious power Divine Musical Miscellany, 1754
67 7888a 67b Kedron Amos Pilsbury 1799 e 4 Thou man of grief, remember me
68 4789 68a Russia Daniel Read 1787 a 4 False are the men of high degree
69 4612 68b Naples Daniel Read 1785 d 4 Shall the vile race of flesh and blood
70 4946a 69a New Sabbath D 4 Jehovah reigns, his throne is high Addington, Collection of Psalm Tunes, 1788
71 2992 69b Lebanon D 4 Rejoice, ye shining worlds on high J. Wesley Sacred Melody, 1765
72 6784 70a Morning Flower James Leach 1794 g 4 When, gracious Lord, when shall it be
73 6813 70b Edmund Street James Leach 1794 g 4 Behold the path which mortals tread
74 3374 71a Chester William Billings 1770 F 4 Let the high heavens your songs invite
75 4628 71b Windham Daniel Read 1785 f 4 Broad is the road that leads to death
76 2761 72a Morning Hymn B 4 Sweet is the work, my God, my King Urania, 1761
77 143a 72b Old Hundred Louis Bourgeois 1561 A 4 Lord, what a heaven of saving grace
78 3370 73a Brookfield William Billings 1770 d 4 Behold the path which mortals tread
79 975a 73b Wells Israel Holdroyd 1722 F 4 Life is the time to serve the Lord
80 387k 74a Angels Hymn Orlando Gibbons 1623 A 4 My hope, my all, my Savior, thou
81 2940a 74b Putney Isaac Smith 1763 a 4 How do thy mercies close me round
82 2742 75a Bramcoat Caleb Ashworth 1761 C 4 High on a hill of dazzling light
83 3260b 75b Dunstan Martin Madan 1769 G 4 Eternal are thy mercies, Lord
84 3991a 76a Truro F 4 Praise ye the Lord! Tis good to raise Musica Sacra, 1778
85 3458 76b Suffolk William Billings 1770 g 4 Bright King of glory, dreadful God
86 4166 77 Wells Row Isaac Smith 1779 C 4 Praise God, from whom all blessings flow
87 3999a 78 Aurora William Billings 1778 C 4 Awake, my soul, awake
88 2342c 79 Maryland Uriah Davenport 1755 a 4 And must this body die
89 7891 80-81 Massachusetts Amos Pilsbury 1799 b 4 Let differing nations join New in this book
90 4929 81 Mount Carmel E 4 Come sound his praise abroad Norman, Federal Harmony, 1788
91 5374 82a Lanesburgh Lewis Edson 1790 e 4 And must this body die
92 4138a 82b Norwich Oliver Brownson 1779 a 4 My sorrows, like a flood
93 4139 83a 25th Psalm Alexander Gillet 1779 a 4 I lift my soul to God
94 4288a 83b Stafford Daniel Read 1782 A 4 See what a living stone
95 4077a 84 Worcester Abraham Wood 1778 F 4 How beauteous are their feet
96 6750 85 Granby Alexander Gillet 1794 G 4 Come sound his praise abroad
97 2381a 86a Eagle Street Isaac Smith 1755 A 4 Behold, what wondrous grace
98 7912 86b Wales A 4 Come, ye who love the Lord New in this book
99 6812 87a Cumberland-Street James Leach 1794 E 4 Ah, when shall I awake
100 2934 87b Little Marlborough a 4 Thou judge of quick and dead The Universal Psalmodist, 1763
101 3812a 88a Kibworth G 4 Welcome, sweet day of rest The Gospel Magazine, Vol. 3, 1776
102 7893 88b Moment's Thought Amos Pilsbury 1799 B 4 Jesus, my truth, my way New in this book
103 3401b 89a Hingham William Billings 1770 a 4 My God, my life, my love
104 848b 89b Aylesbury a 4 Ah! Whither shall I go A Book of Psalmody, 1717
105 2748 90a St. Simons Caleb Ashworth 1761 G 4 Far as thy name is known
106 7882 90b Guilford g 4 Astonished and distressed New in this book
107 4091a 91 Silver Street Isaac Smith 1779 C 4 Ye angels round the throne
108 4470b 92 Martins Lane G 4 O God of good, the unfathomed sea Smith, Collection of Psalm Tunes, Ed. 4, 1784
109 4278a 93 Greenfield Lewis Edson 1782 a 4 God is our refuge in distress
110 4915 94 146th Psalm Simeon Jocelin 1788 A 4 I'll praise my maker with my breath
111 3697b 95a Newcourt F 4 I'll praise my maker with my breath The Gospel Magazine, Vol. 2, 1775
112 1985 95b Jennings C 4 I'll praise my maker with my breath J. Jennings, 1760
113 4129 96 Farmington Alexander Gillet 1779 f 4 Think, mighty God, on feeble man
114 4285 97 89th Psalm Simeon Jocelin 1782 a 4 Think, mighty God, on feeble man
115 4130 98 Freedom Alexander Gillet 1779 A 4 The Lord of glory reigns, he reigns on high
116 116a 99 Landaff g 4 Sinners awake betimes, ye fools, be wise Genevan Psalter, 1558
117 4619a 100 Resurrection Daniel Read 1785 E 4 The God of glory sends his summons forth
118 5359 101 Admonition Daniel Read 1790 a 4 Sinners awake betimes, ye fools, be wise
119 4140a 102 Springfield Samuel Babcock 1779 b 4 Jesus drinks the bitter cup
120 1648c 103a Amsterdam G 4 Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings J. Wesley Collection of Tunes, 1742
121 4280 103b Lenox Lewis Edson 1782 C 4 Lord of the worlds above
122 4076 104 136th Psalm C 4 Hast thou not given thy word Deaolph, 1778
123 3079a 105 Portsmouth A 4 Blow ye the trumpet, blow Knibb, Psalm Singer's Help, 1765
124 3360a 106a Amherst William Billings 1770 G 4 Ye boundless realms of joy
125 4132a 106b Jubilee Oliver Brownson 1779 A 4 Blow ye the trumpet, blow
126 7887 107a Judea Amos Pilsbury 1799 G 4 Rejoice, the Lord is King New in this book
127 3317c 107b Yorkshire E 4 Arise, my soul, arise Jesser, 1769
128 7896 108 Mount Moriah Amos Pilsbury 1799 e 4 Behold the Lamb of God New in this book
129 4074 109 Middletown Amos Bull 1778 A 4 Hail the day that sees him rise
130 3263 110 Falmouth Martin Madan 1769 D 4 Sovereign ruler of the skies
131 3289 111 Somerset Martin Madan 1769 E 4 Hail the day that sees him rise
132 3225a 112a German Hymn Benjamin Milgrove 1768 B 4 Now begin the heavenly theme
133 2211a 112b Cookham G 4 Holy Lamb, who thee receive Divine Musical Miscellany, 1754
134 2980a 113a Feversham John Worgan 1765 C 4 Glory be to God on high
135 7907 113b Salem Amos Pilsbury 1799 a 4 Lord, we come before thee now New in this book
136 6081 114 New Haven Z. W. Vincent 1792 F 4 Great God of wonders! All thy ways
137 7904 115a 112th Psalm d 4 Weary of wandering from my God New in this book
138 1034a 115b Cary's Henry Carey 1723 G 4 The Lord my pasture shall prepare
139 6139 116 Hampstead D 4 The Lord my pasture shall prepare Oswell, 1793
140 5186b 117 Hampton James Leach 1789 D 4 Thou Shepherd of Israel and mine
141 6080 118a Limefield Thomas Walker 1792 F 4 This God is the God we adore
142 4022 118b St. Peter's c 4 How shall a lost sinner in pain William Billings, 1778?
143 2723b 119 New Jerusalem F 4 What now is my object and aim J. Wesley Sacred Melody, 1761
144 3667 120 Northampton E 4 Love divine, all love excelling The Gospel Magazine, Vol. 1, 1774
145 3077a 121a Bethel G 4 Come, thou Fount of every blessing Knibb, Psalm Singer's Help, 1765
146 3264c 121b West-Street Martin Madan 1769 B 4 Come away to the skies
147 7910 122 Triumph d 4 Come let us ascend New in this book
148 6754 123 Newbern G 4 The Lord, the Sovereign, sends his summons forth Law, Christian Harmony, 1794
149 4607a 124 Judgment Daniel Read 1785 C 4 Behold, the Judge descends, his guards are nigh
150 4944a 125a St. Mark's F 4 How pleased and blessed was I Addington, Collection of Psalm Tunes, 1788
151 4912 125b Milton C 4 The Lord Jehovah reigns Hawley, 1788
152 3578 126 122nd Psalm Joseph Stephenson 1773 A 4 How pleased and blessed was I
153 7874 127 Cambridge Amos Pilsbury 1799 a 4 My tongue repeats his vows New in this book
154 7877a 128 Chesterfield B 4 In boundless mercy, gracious Lord, appear New in this book
155 4524 129 Babylon Asahel Benham 1785 e 4 Along the banks where Babel's current flows
156 4169 130 Warsaw A 4 The blessed Jesus is my Lord, my love H. E., in The Gospel Magazine, Vol. 7, 1780
157 3283a 131 Longfield Martin Madan 1769 E 4 Thou, Jesus, art our King
158 7873 132 Autumn Amos Pilsbury 1799 f 4 Savior, the world's and mine New in this book
159 3292a 133 Sussex Martin Madan 1769 G 4 All glory to God, and peace upon earth
160 657a 134a St. Michael's B 4 O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice Supplement New Version, 1708
161 1833a 134b Walsingham Johann Lampe 1746 d 4 Tis finished, tis done, the spirit is fled
162 2935a 135 Littleton A 4 Lo! He comes with clouds descending The Universal Psalmodist, 1763
163 2973c 136a Helmsley G 4 Lo! He comes with clouds descending Madan, Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, 1765
164 7889a 136b Kingston Amos Pilsbury 1799 a 4 Agonizing in the garden
165 6055 137 Broughton Thomas Walker 1792 G 4 Compassionate Bridegroom, my Shepherd and friend
166 6071a 138 Manchester D 4 Compassionate Bridegroom, my Shepherd and friend R. Keene, 1792
167 2234a 139 Lyme D 4 Happy they whose joys abound Harmonia Sacra (Butts), 1754
168 4216a 140 Mendom William Billings 1781 a 4 My Redeemer, let me be
169 4286 141 Salisbury Oliver Brownson 1782 a 4 God of my salvation, hear
170 4207 142 Harmony Thomas Arne 1754 G 4 Thou god of harmony and love
171 1831c 143 Chatham Johann Lampe 1746 a 4 Come on, my partners in distress
172 7897 144 Musicians G 4 Come, Lord, and help me to rejoice New in this book
173 4693 145 Hebron William Billings 1786 E 4 Behold the splendor, hear them shout
174 7900 146 Petition a 4 Why not now, my God, my God New in this book
175 3294b 147a Turin Felice Giardini 1769 F 4 Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
176 1818 147b Crucifixion Johann Lampe 1746 d 4 Hearts of stone, relent, relent
177 3296a 148a Christmas Martin Madan 1769 G 4 Lift up your heads in joyful hope
178 7880 148b Edson Amos Pilsbury 1799 e 4 O Jesus, Savior of my soul New in this book
179 6052 149a Burton B 4 My God, I am thine R. Keene, 1792
180 7885 149b Hatfield F 4 Come, Lord, from above New in this book
181 4264 150a Langdon Benjamin Milgrove 1781 B 4 And when we remove
182 5188 150b Sacrament James Leach 1789 B 4 Come, Lord, from above
183 1816b 151a Passion Johann Lampe 1746 e 4 O Jesus, my hope
184 2942 151b St. Clement's B 4 To the great One in three The Universal Psalmodist, 1763
185 4265b 152 Birmingham Benjamin Milgrove 1781 D 4 Come, thou almighty King
186 6083 153 Wiltshire Z. W. Vincent 1792 G 4 In songs of sublime adoration and praise
187 6056 154a Cornwall Thomas Walker 1792 B 4 In songs of sublime adoration and praise
188 3214a 154b Huntingdon Benjamin Milgrove 1768 a 4 Lord, my light and my salvation
189 7892 155 Middlesex Amos Pilsbury 1799 F 4 Lord, my light and my salvation New in this book
190 6060 156 East-Grinstead Thomas Walker 1792 F 4 Head of the church triumphant
191 7875 157 Canaan Amos Pilsbury 1799 A 4 Head of the church triumphant New in this book
192 7884 158a Hamburgh Amos Pilsbury 1799 a 4 Head of the church triumphant New in this book
193 3543b 158b Dunstable D 4 Away with our fears The Spiritual Psalmodist's Companion, 1772
194 1815c 159 New-Year D 4 Come, let us anew Hymns on the Great Festivals, 1746
195 7911 160 Wakefield C 4 Jesus my elder brother lives New in this book
196 6063 161 Bremen Thomas Walker 1792 C 4 Let others boast their ancient line
197 6059 162 Devonshire Thomas Walker 1792 C 4 O Lord, how great's thy favor
198 7881 163 Franklin Amos Pilsbury 1799 d 4 The place of John we covet New in this book
199 7878 164 Dartmouth Amos Pilsbury 1799 e 4 Redemption great he gave New in this book
200 145f 165a Verulam F 4 With hearts I do accord French Psalter, 1561
201 6085 165b Priestley G 4 Brethren, why toil ye thus for toys Rippon, Selection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, 1792
202 7883 166 Hadley Amos Pilsbury 1799 d 4 The chief concern of lost mankind New in this book
203 2209 167a Havant G 4 Jesus, come thou hope of glory Divine Musical Miscellany, 1754
204 7906 167b Rockingham Amos Pilsbury 1799 b 4 Lamb of God, for whom we languish New in this book
205 7901 168 Pinckney Street Amos Pilsbury 1799 g 4 Tell me, O thou favored nation
206 2965 169a Birkstead George F. Handel 1755 F 4 Who hath our report believed
207 7908 169b South Carolina Amos Pilsbury 1799 D 4 Come, my soul, before the Lamb New in this book
208 2206a 170a Fairfax g 4 Turn thee to thy rest, my soul Divine Musical Miscellany, 1754
209 2760a 170b Watertown A 4 When the north wind with his airy forces Urania, 1761
210 4256 171a Bunker-Hill a 4 Why should vain mortals tremble A. Law, Select Number of Plain Tunes, 1781
211 5357 171b-173 Cheshunt F 4 The voice of my beloved sounds A Selection of Sacred Harmony, 1790
212 7895 174-175 Mount Calvary Amos Pilsbury 1799 b 4 Behold, behold the bleeding God New in this book
213 4426a 175 Sophronia d 4 Forbear my friends, forbear and ask no more A. King, 1783
214 7685b 176 Vermont A 4 Hark how the gospel trumpet sounds Cole, Sacred Harmony, 1799
215 4206b 177 New-Chester e 4 Ye simple souls that stray J. Wesley Sacred Harmony, 1781
216 3695a 178 Leoni a 4 The God of Abraham praise The Gospel Magazine, Vol. 2, 1775
217 7903 179 Potomac Amos Pilsbury 1799 G 4 Jehovah reigns, let all the guilty nations quake New in this book
218 7899 180 Orangeburgh Amos Pilsbury 1799 a 4 My God, my God, why leavest thou me New in this book
219 7909 181a Trenton Amos Pilsbury 1799 e 4 How long shall I repine New in this book
220 4020 181b Richmond William Billings 1778 a 4 My beloved haste away
221 7886 182 Haverhill Amos Pilsbury 1799 D 4 Bear me to the sacred scene New in this book
222 183-185 Anthem C 3 Lift up your heads, O ye gates
223 186-189 Denmark Martin Madan D 3 Before Jehovah's awful throne
224 190-192 Greenwich Martin Madan G 3 Plunged in the gulf of dark despair
225 193-196 Easter Martin Madan G 3 He dies, the friend of sinners dies
226 196-200 The Dying Christian William Billings A 3 Vital spark of heavenly flame
227 201-202 Sheffield G 3 Sinners, why so thoughtless grown Breillat
228 203-206 Epsom Martin Madan G 3 Come, let us join our cheerful songs
229 207-209 Ode on Spring D 4 Hail, reviving spring
230 210-212 Anthem G 4 When the Lord turned again Psalm 126
231 4627 213-214 Westford Daniel Read 1785 B 4 Far from my thoughts, vain world, be gone
232 6287 214 Concord Oliver Holden 1793 C 4 The hill of Zion yields
233 4439a 215 Invitation Jacob Kimball 1784 D 4 Come, my beloved, haste away
234 1664g 216a Winchester C 4 Where is my God, my joy, my hope J. Wesley Collection of Tunes, 1742
235 7876a 216b Charleston Amos Pilsbury 1799 F 4 Come, thou Fount of every blessing
236 3549 217 Carlisle New Martin Madan 1772 E 4 Light of those whose only dwelling
237 6804a 218 St. John's James Leach 1794 A 4 O love divine, how sweet thou art
238 7905 219 Rhode Island Amos Pilsbury 1799 c 4 Thou great mysterious God unknown
239 7890 220a Madison Amos Pilsbury 1799 a 4 How long shall I repine New in this book
240 4000 220b Baltimore William Billings 1778 C 4 To the great One in three

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 *. The Hymn Tune Index number.

Works at CPDL

Title on CPDL Year Composer Arranger Lyricist First Line Meter Genre Subgenre Vo.
Autumn Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Savior, the world's and mine 66. 77. 76 Sacred 4
Bartimeus Amos Pilsbury William Hauser John Newton Mercy, O thou son of David 87. 87. D Sacred 4
Cambridge Amos Pilsbury Isaac Watts My tongue repeats his vows 668. 668 Sacred Psalm-tunes 4
Canaan Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Head of the church triumphant 77. 447 Sacred 4
Charleston Amos Pilsbury Robert Robinson Come, thou fount of every blessing 87. 87 Sacred 4
Chesterfield Amos Pilsbury Anonymous In boundless mercy, gracious Lord, appear 10 10. 10 10 Sacred 4
Dartmouth Amos Pilsbury Thomas Norton Redemption great he gave 66. 66. 66 Sacred Psalm-tunes 4
Dover Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley And let this feeble body fail 86. 86. D (C.M.D.) Sacred 4
Edson Amos Pilsbury Anonymous O Jesus, Savior of my soul 86. 86 10 8 Sacred 4
Franklin Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Jesus, great Redeemer, hear 76. 76. D Sacred 4
Guilford Amos Pilsbury Benjamin Beddome Astonished and distressed 66. 86 (S.M.) Sacred 4
Hadley Amos Pilsbury Joseph Hart The chief concern of lost mankind 87. 87 Sacred 4
Hamburgh Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley My present help in trouble 77. 447 Sacred 4
Kedron Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Thou man of griefs, remember me 88. 88 (L.M.) Sacred 4
Kingston Amos Pilsbury Joseph Hart Agonizing in the garden 87. 87. 87 Sacred 4
Madison Amos Pilsbury Tate and Brady How long shall I repine 66. 66 Sacred Psalm-tunes 4
Massachusetts Amos Pilsbury Tate and Brady Let differing nations join 66. 86 (S.M.) Sacred Set pieces 4
Middlesex Amos Pilsbury Anonymous Lord, my light and my salvation 76. 76. 77 Sacred 4
Moment's Thought Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Jesus, my truth, my way 66. 86 (S.M.) Sacred 4
Morning Amos Pilsbury Isaac Watts He dies! the friend of sinners dies 88. 88 (L.M.) Sacred 4
Mount Calvary Amos Pilsbury Anonymous Behold, behold the bleeding God 68. 68. 86. 86 Sacred Set pieces 4
Mount Moriah Amos Pilsbury Anonymous Behold the Lamb of God 66. 66. 78 Sacred 4
Orangeburgh Amos Pilsbury Francis Hopkinson My God! my God! why leavest thou me 8866. 8866 Sacred Psalm-tunes 4
Petition Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Why not now, my God, my God 77. 77. 77 Sacred 4
Pinckney Street Amos Pilsbury Anonymous Who hath our report believed 887. 887 Sacred 4
Portland Amos Pilsbury Tate and Brady When we, our wearied limbs to rest 88. 88 (L.M.) Sacred Psalm-tunes 4
Potomac Amos Pilsbury Francis Hopkinson Jehovah reigns, let all 666. 666. 666 Sacred Psalm-tunes 4
Psalm 112 Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Weary of wandering from my God 88. 88. 88 Sacred 4
Rhode Island Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Thou great mysterious God unknown 886. 886 Sacred 4
Rockingham Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Lamb of God, for whom we languish 866 Sacred 4
Salem Amos Pilsbury William Hammond Lord, we come before thee now 77. 77 Sacred 4
South Carolina Amos Pilsbury John Cennick Come, my soul, before the Lamb 76. 76 Sacred 4
Trenton Amos Pilsbury Francis Hopkinson How long shall I repine 66. 66 Sacred Psalm-tunes 4
Triumph Amos Pilsbury Charles Wesley Come, let us ascend 668. 669 Sacred 4