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dc.creatorBradbury, William B. (William Batchelder), 1816-1868
dc.date.accessioned2016-11-17T21:46:21Z
dc.date.available2016-11-17T21:46:21Z
dc.date.created1964
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11200/48681
dc.descriptionThis book was written by William B. Bradbury and published by Ivison, Phinney, New York, and by S. C. Griggs, Chicago, in 1864. It contains music and lyrics for songs to be sung by children in Sunday schools.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsThe golden chain; The Sunday-school; Sunday school recruiting song; I rise to seek the light; Come, children, raise your voices high; Duke Street; God speed the right; Never late; Dismission; Sweet hour of prayer; Oh, come to the Sunday-school with me; A brighter day; Who shall sing?; Haste away to the Sabbath school; If I were a voice; Reeves; Gather them in; Hebron; Far out upon the prairie (Home mission song); Millennium song; Doxology; The star-spangled banner; Peacefully sleep; On Calvary's heights; Zion's pilgrim; The Sunday-school army; Jesus, ever near; Our pastor; Call the children early; I'll rise up early in the morning; A home in heaven; It is well; Shall we sing in heaven?; Rest for the weary; Temperance hymn; Pilgrim, halting, staff in hand; Canaan's shore; The royal proclamation; Over the ocean wave (Missionary); Look aloft; Walk in the light; Call to praise; The sweetest name; Canaan; Safe at home; Captivity; Oh, that will joyful be; The gospel ship; The morning bells; The bright crown; Heavenly Canaan; Heaven; The blest gospel banner; Resting at home; Chide mildly the erring; When the day with rosy light; The mites (penny contribution song); Happy New Year; The bird's song; Laban; My own native land; The Bible; My dear Sunday school; Zion's hill; Lonely traveler; The river of life; Gratitude; Here is no rest; The pleasant Sabbath bells; Sweetly sing, sweetly sing; To the Sabbath school; State Street; Sing to the Saviour; Love one another; I will be good, dear mother; Alexander; The evergreen shore; Peterborough; The better land; The Good Shepherd; Hamburg; Autumn; We'll stand for the right, or Life's battle; The shining shore; Treasures in heaven; Cross and crown; A Christmas carol; The golden shore or A home beyond the tide; A light in the window; The happy home; Jerusalem my happy home; Angels are hovering round; Saviour, like a shepherd lead us; Jesus, blessed Jesus; Hail, hail this happy day; Brown; Everlasting life; Christ's love to children; Heavenly rest; When, on the Sabbath morn; Little deeds of kindness; Old Hundred; Hymns of grateful love, or The echo chorus; America (national hymn); Webb; Sabbath morning hymn; Evening hymn; Stand up for Jesus; A friend that's ever near; Lottie; Oh say, will you be there?; Sema; O, who's like Jesus?; Zephyr; Marching along; The angel's song; Pilgrim band; Long-loved Zion; Children in heaven; Praise of children acceptable; Heavenly bliss; Hosannas in the temple; Meet me in heaven; I ought to love my mother; The ship in the storm; Balerma; That beautiful land; The flag of our union (national song); Hosannah; La Mira;en_US
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dc.publisherNew York: Ivison, Phinney ; Chicago: S.C. Griggsen_US
dc.relationIntellectual Underpinnings of the Civil Waren_US
dc.rightsThis document is the property of the Auburn University Libraries and is intended for non-commercial use. Users of the document are asked to acknowledge the Auburn University Libraries.en_US
dc.sourceAuburn University Librariesen_US
dc.subjectHymns -- Juvenileen_US
dc.subjectHymns, Englishen_US
dc.titleBradbury's Golden chain of Sabbath school melodies : comprising a great variety of new music and hymns composed and written expressly for the Sabbath school ; together with many of the best of the well known Sabbath school piecesen_US
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dc.title.alternateGolden chain of Sabbath school melodiesen_US


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