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HYMNS FOR THE DAYS AND SEASONS OF

THE CHURCH In large type, red and black letter, 16 in the set, for school walls, sheets

(404 in. by 254 in.), each 4d. Mounted on Roller, per set, 68. 8d.

THE FIRST LINE OF EACH HYMN IS GIVEN BELOW.

a thrilling voice is sound

Advent.-Hark,

ing. Christmas - come,

all ye faithfal.
Epiphany.-As with gladness men of old.
Lent.--Forty days and forty nights.
Good Friday.-Glory be to Jesus.
Easter. The strife is o'er, the battle done.
Ascension. Thou art gone up on high.
Whitsuntide.-Come Holy Ghost, our souls

inspire.

Trinity.-Three in One, and One in Three.
St. Michael & All Angels.-They come, God's

messengers of love.
Feasts of Evangelists.-Behold the mes-

sengers of Christ. Saints' Days.--The Son of God goes forth to

war. Morning.–New every morning is the love. Erening.–Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour

dear.

HYMNS

In large type, red and black letter, for school walls, sheets, royal (26 in.

by 20 in.), each 2d.
Ditto, mounted on canvas, rollers, varnished, each ls. 4d.

THE FIRST LINE OF EACH HYMN IS GIVEN BELOW.

1. Abide with me, fast falls the eventide.
2. Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear.
3. Jerusalem the golden.
4. Nearer, my God, to Thee.
5. All people that on earth do dwell.
6. Conquering kings their titles take.
7. My Gol, my Father, while I stray.
8. Lord, in Thy name, Thy servants

plead.
9. Thou, Whose Almighty Word.
10. Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty.
11. Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire.
12. Throw away Thy rod.
13. Awake, my soul, and with the sun.
14. Glory to Thee, my God, this night.
16. Hark, the herald angels sing.
16. When I survey the wondrous Cross.
17. Jesus Christ is risen to-day.
18. Rock of Ages, cleft for me.
19. When our heads are bowed with woe.
20. Oft in danger, oft in woe.

21. Hail the day that sees Him rise.
22. How sweet the name of Jesus sounds.
23. Jerusalem, my happy home.
24. Light of the lonely pilgrim's heart.
25. Thou that once on mother's knee.
26, Son of God, Eternal Word.
27. The day is gently sinking to a close.
28. O day of rest and gladness!
29. Heavenly Father, send Thy blessing.
30. Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord.
31. Peace to the house ! 0 Thou Whose

way!

32. Great God, what do I see and hear ? 33. O God, Who when the night was deep.

(A Child's Morning Hymn.) 34, O Lord, Who when Thy cross was nigh.

(A Child's Evening Hymn.) 35. Do no sinful action. 36. Up in Heaven. 37. Within the churchyard side by side.

A discount of 25 per cent. from the prices quoted is allowed to Members of

the National Society, and to the Clergy, School Managers, and Teachers.

NEW NATIONAL POETRY CARDS

Adapted to the requirements of the New Education Code, Schedule II., ENGLISH.

Each Card contains a sufficient number of Lines of Poetry for One Year's Work of its particular Standard, and there is a choice of Poems in each of the Standards. The whole Series is Edited and Annotated by Miss YONGE, Author of The Heir of Redclyffe' &c.

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