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All has help'd to
oft- en doubt-ful, done and suf- fer'd, march still on-ward,
Slr JOSEPH BARNBY, 1869
Side by side and hand in hand,
Ye are an in
Tho' at times your cour-age fal - ter, Yet the promised land is sure. mould the future, Make man master of his life.
Hard the toil ye
last man's kingdom, Till ye reach the promised land. A-men.
Bp. ARTHUR C. COXE, 1839
STATE STREET S. M.
4 Beyond my highest joy
I prize her heavenly ways,
The Church,our blest Re-deem-er saved With His own pre- cious blood.
ST. ANNE C. M.
JONATHAN C. WOODMAN, 1844
of Thine a 1 before Thee stand,
my prayers as
5 Sure as Thy truth shall last,
The brightest glories earth can yield,
em-pires now Of old that went and came? battle- ments, And her foun- da- tions strong; of the world, Thy ho ly Church, O God! ternal hills, Im - mov e
ble she stands,
WILLIAM CROFT, 1708
1. Goodly were Thy tents, O Israel, Spread a
2. Wel- come to the glo-rious free-dom, Which our 3. God
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long the river's side; fa-thers hith-er brought;
of na- tions! Our Pre-server, Hear our pray❜rs, our coun-sels bless;
Bright thy star, which rose pro-phet - ic, Her ald of dominion wide; Welcome to the price-less treas - ure Which with constant faith they sought,o'er all Thy ra-diant ban – ner, On these souls Thy love im - press;
Brighter is our rising day- star,
J. T. GRIMLEY
Fair er are the homes of free-men, Scattered o'er our broad do main;
Ush-'ring in a pur - er reign.