|Other titles||Benson collection of hymnals and hymnology|
|Statement||by J. Hart ; with the author"s experience, the supplement and the appendix|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 231 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||231|
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In the spring of , he published “Hymns, etc., composed on Various Subjects, with a Preface, containing a Brief Account of the Author’s Experience, and the Great Things that God hath done for his Soul.” A second edition, with a Supplement of 82 additional hymns and 7 . During the next two years many of his most earnest and impassioned hymns were written. These appeared as:— Hymns composed on Various Subjects, with the Author's Experience, London, During this year he became the Minister of the Independent Chapel, Jewin Street, London. In he added a Supplement to his Hymns; and in an Appendix. Hymns and poems on various subjects by: Lamb, Nehemiah, d. Published: () Select hymns, on various subjects, divine and moral designed for the hours of devout retirement / . In he added a Supplement to his Hymns; and in an Appendix. In modern editions of his Hymns these three are embodied in one volume as:— Hymns composed on Various Subjects: With the Author's Experience, The Supplement and Appendix. By the Rev. Joseph Hart, late Minister of the Gospel in Jewin Street, London. Allott & Co. [no date].
Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched with INVITATION COME, YE SINNERS (BELMONT) RESTORATION (ARISE) Text: Origins. This hymn by Joseph Hart (–) was first published in his collection Hymns, &c., Composed on Various Subjects (London: J. Everingham, | Fig. 1), in seven stanzas of six lines, without music, headed “Come, and welcome, to Jesus Christ.”. 6. Winchester, Elhanan. The Universalist’s hymn book; containing I. Original hymns, composed upon various subjects of divinity, and arranged under proper heads, by Elhanan Winchester. II. An appen-dix, consisting of a small but choice collection of hymns, from several authors, particularly designed. The Orphic Hymns thus reflect a pious spirituality in the form of traditional literary conventions. The hymns themselves are devoted to specific divinities as well as to cosmic elements. Prefaced with offerings, strings of epithets invoke the various attributes of the divinity and prayers ask for peace and health to the initiate. Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Composed on Various Subjects, in a Plain Style, with the Author’s Experience, Reuel Lothrop, Concord, NH: I. & W. R. Hill, A Collection of Hymns, adapted to Public Worship: designed principally as a Supplement to the Larger Hymn Book, used in the General Baptist Churches, Joseph Jarrom, Wisbech, UK: Printed by.