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A Collection of Hymns, For the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley, METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
1 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. A Collection of Hymns, For the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley
A Collection of Hymns, For the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley 1836 Bound full calf, rebacked rebacked with heavy Canson acid-free brown paper and printed title label, scotch tape remains on front cover, leather rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at 3 corners, strip of acid-free archival paper pasted over each inside hinge, 1 start, lacks rear free endpaper, light to medium foxing--heavier on endpapers & first & last few pages, blue ink scribbling over lower half of p12 making it hard to read, some dog-ears, pp148-149 & 154-155 soiled 5.5 x 8.4 x 3cm. New York, NY Early owners name on recto of front free endpaper
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. A Collection of Hymns, For the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A. Late Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford. Revised and Corrected, With the titles of appropriate Tunes, and the corresponding pages of the Harmonist, prefixed to each Hymn. With a Supplement. [4 lines quotes, Psa. civ.33 & 1 Cor.xiv,15.] New-York: Published by B. Waugh & T. Mason, For the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Conference Office, 200 Mulberry-st. J. Collord, Printer. 1836. 5.5 x 8.4 x 3cm. $55.00

From the preface: "The greater part of the hymns contained in the former selection are retained in this, and several from Wesley's and Coke's collections, not before published in this country, are added. The principal improvements which have been made, consist in restoring those which had been altered, as was believed for the worse, to their original state, as they came from the poetical pen of the Wesleys; for the following hymns were, except a few which have been taken from other authors, composed by the Rev. John and Charles Wesley..." Preface signed (i.e., printed) by Robert R. Roberts, Joshua Soule, Elijah Hedding, James O. Andrew. From Notice: "In this improved edition of the Methodist Hymnbook, the tunes adapted to the hymns, and contained in the Methodist Harmonist, are named at the head of each hymn, together with the page of the Harmonist at which the tune may be found..."

Bound full calf, rebacked with heavy Canson acid-free brown paper and printed title label, scotch tape remains on front cover, leather rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at 3 corners, strip of acid-free archival paper pasted over each inside hinge, 1 start, lacks rear free endpaper, light to medium foxing--heavier on endpapers & first & last few pages, blue ink scribbling over lower half of p12 making it hard to read, some dog-ears, pp148-149 & 154-155 soiled.

Early owners name on recto of front free endpaper: "Catherine M Huffman."

Collation: 1-2612. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 to members and friend of MEC, p.6 Notice & Caution, [7]-525 hymns, (1) blank, [527]-528 advertisement to supplement by N. Bangs, 529-596 hymns, p.597 contents, 598-623 indexes, (1) blank.
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A Collection of Hymns, For the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley,, METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
2 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. A Collection of Hymns, For the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley,
Bound Full Calf with Red Morocco Title Label, Methodist Hymnal, NY, 1847 1847 Bound full calf with red morocco title label double gilt fillets divide spine into 5 compartments, small strip .2 x 2cm chipped from top of spine, rubbed and scuffed a little, corners slightly bumped, acid-free archival paper pasted over front inside hinge, light damp stain in upper right corner of first 60pp, light to medium foxing, some dog-ears. 5.5 x 8.4 x 3cm. New York, NY Early owners name on recto of front free endpaper
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. A Collection of Hymns, For the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A. Late Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford. Revised and Corrected. With a Supplement. [4 lines quotes, Psa. civ.33 & 1 Cor.xiv,15.] New-York: Published by G. Lane & C. B. Tippett, For the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Conference Office, 200 Mulberry-street. Joseph Longking, Printer. 1847. 5.5 x 8.4 x 3cm. $80.00

From the preface: "The greater part of the hymns contained in the former selection are retained in this, and several from Wesley's and Coke's collections, not before published in this country, are added. The principal improvements which have been made, consist in restoring those which had been altered, as was believed for the worse, to their original state, as they came from the poetical pen of the Wesleys; for the following hymns were, except a few which have been taken from other authors, composed by the Rev. John and Charles Wesley..." Preface signed (i.e., printed) by Elijah Hedding, Beverly Waugh, Thomas A. Morris, Leonidas L. Hamline, Edmund S. Janes. From Notice: "In this improved edition of the Methodist Hymnbook, the tunes adapted to the hymns, and contained in the Methodist Harmonist, are named at the head of each hymn, together with the page of the Harmonist at which the tune may be found..."

Bound full calf with red morocco title label, double gilt fillets divide spine into 5 compartments, small strip .2 x 2cm chipped from top of spine, rubbed and scuffed a little, corners slightly bumped, acid-free archival paper pasted over front inside hinge, light damp stain in upper right corner of first 60pp, light to medium foxing, some dog-ears.

Early owners name on recto of front free endpaper: "Emeline Tubbs Book 1862."

Collation: 1-388, 394. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 to members and friend of MEC, p.6 Notice & Caution, [7]-525 hymns, (1) blank, [527]-528 advertisement to supplement by N. Bangs, 529-596 hymns, p.597 contents, [598]-616 indexes.
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Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  Revised Edition, METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
3 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Revised Edition
Bound Full Calf with Red Morocco Title Label, Methodist Hymnal, NY, circa 1850's circa 1850's Revised Edition Bound full calf with red morocco title label, narrow strip at top of spine (.2 x 2cm) chipped away, just wearing through leather at one corner, rubbed & scuffed a bit, brown speckled page edges, .8cm worm track at top of endpapers along inside hinge, light foxing, bottom corner of p.7 torn off--margin only. 8.2 x 12.3 x 4m. New York, NY Early inscription written on front free endpaper:
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Revised Edition. I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also.--1 Cor. xiv, 15. New-York: Published by Carlton & Porter, 200 Mulberry-street. circa 1850's (c1849). 8.2 x 12.3 x 4m. $60.00

Bound full calf with red morocco title label, narrow strip at top of spine (.2 x 2cm) chipped away, just wearing through leather at one corner, rubbed & scuffed a bit, brown speckled page edges, .8cm worm track at top of endpapers along inside hinge, light foxing, bottom corner of p.7 torn off--margin only.

Early inscription written on front free endpaper: H. E. Hildreth, N. Boylston, Mass. Aug. 22 1863." Then written at a 90 angle: "Wife of G.F.H."

The prefatory "Address to Members and Friends of the Methodist Episcopal Church states: "The Hymn Book heretofore in use among us was, in our opinion, unsurpassed. But the General Conference of 1848, judging that the volume could be improved by a careful revision, and by judiciously multiplying the number of hymns appointed a Committee, composed of minister and laymen to prepare a Standard Edition of the Methodist Hymn Book... Although we reluctantly part with some of the familiar hymns of the old book... yet we can confidently approve this Revised Copy; and we do, most cordially, recommend it as a greatly improved and standard edition of the Methodist Hymn Book..." They go on to encourage members to "purchase only such Methodist Hymn Books as are published by our Agents, and have the names of your Bishops." It is signed by Bishops Elijah Hedding, Beverly Waugh, Tho. A. Morris, L.L. Hamline, Edmund S. Janes and is dated New-York, May, 1849.

Collation: [1]-468. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 Address..., (1) contents, [7]-684 hymns, [685]-736 indexes. This copy bound without the Supplement. Hymns for Sunday-schools, Youth, and Children.
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Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  Revised Edition., METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
4 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Revised Edition.
Bound Brown Blind-tooled Morocco, Methodist Hymnal, NY, circa 1850's circa 1850's Revised Edition Bound brown blind-tooled morocco with faded gilt title on spine, original owners name "F. Heath."on both covers--readable on front but gilt worn away on back cover, worn through leather at corners, rubbed & scuffed some, very small hole rubbed at top and bottom of front hinge, gilt page edges rubbed & dulled and with 7 or 8 starts, bright yellow paste-down endpapers, lacks all free endpapers and flyleaves, first and last few pages with heavy mark-off foxing from turn-ins, light to medium tanning of pages and foxing, dog-ears, small damp stain in top outside corner. 8.5 x 12.4 x 3.6cm. New York, NY Early pencil name "F. Heath" written on front pas
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Revised Edition. I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also.--1 Cor. xiv, 15. New-York: Published by Carlton & Porter, 200 Mulberry-street. circa 1850's (c1849). 8.5 x 12.4 x 3.6cm. $60.00

Bound brown blind-tooled morocco with faded gilt title on spine, original owners name "F. Heath."on both covers--readable on front but gilt worn away on back cover, worn through leather at corners, rubbed & scuffed some, very small hole rubbed at top and bottom of front hinge, gilt page edges rubbed & dulled and with 7 or 8 starts, bright yellow paste-down endpapers, lacks all free endpapers and flyleaves, first and last few pages with heavy mark-off foxing from turn-ins, light to medium tanning of pages and foxing, dog-ears, small damp stain in top outside corner.

Early pencil name "F. Heath" written on front paste-down endpaper. "E. Heath" written horizontally under it. "F. Lomas" written horizontally on rear free endpaper with other notes. "L.M. Gratitude" written in pencil at top of title.

The prefatory "Address to Members and Friends of the Methodist Episcopal Church states: "The Hymn Book heretofore in use among us was, in our opinion, unsurpassed. But the General Conference of 1848, judging that the volume could be improved by a careful revision, and by judiciously multiplying the number of hymns appointed a Committee, composed of minister and laymen to prepare a Standard Edition of the Methodist Hymn Book... Although we reluctantly part with some of the familiar hymns of the old book... yet we can confidently approve this Revised Copy; and we do, most cordially, recommend it as a greatly improved and standard edition of the Methodist Hymn Book..." They go on to encourage members to "purchase only such Methodist Hymn Books as are published by our Agents, and have the names of your Bishops." It is signed by Bishops Elijah Hedding, Beverly Waugh, Tho. A. Morris, L.L. Hamline, Edmund S. Janes and is dated New-York, May, 1849.

Collation: [1]-468. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 Address..., (1) contents, [7]-684 hymns, [685]-736 indexes. This copy bound without the Supplement. Hymns for Sunday-schools, Youth, and Children.
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Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  Revised Edition., METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
5 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Revised Edition.
Bound Black Morocco Gilt with Marbled Endpapers, Methodist Hymnal, NY, 1850 1850 Revised Edition Bound full elaborate black morocco gilt, pages edges gilt but rubbed a bit and dulled some, marbled endpapers, just starting to wear through leather at corners, 2 corners bumped, rubbed a bit, marbled endpapers with markoff stains from leather turn-ins around edges, front endpapers & flyleaves plus first few pages are worn down along the fore-edge with a small tear in each, light to medium foxing, a few dog-ears, 1.4 x .8cm piece torn from bottom margin of last leaf, 2cm diameter stain top of front flyleaves and first few pages. 7.8 x 12.5 x 3.6cm. New York, NY Early pencil inscription of first front flyleaf "
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Revised Edition. I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also.--1 Cor. xiv, 15. New-York: Published by Lane & Scott, 200 Mulberry-street. Joseph Longking, Printer 1850 (c1849). 7.8 x 12.5 x 3.6cm. $75.00

Bound full elaborate black morocco gilt, pages edges gilt but rubbed a bit and dulled some, marbled endpapers, just starting to wear through leather at corners, 2 corners bumped, rubbed a bit, marbled endpapers with markoff stains from leather turn-ins around edges, front endpapers & flyleaves plus first few pages are worn down along the fore-edge with a small tear in each, light to medium foxing, a few dog-ears, 1.4 x .8cm piece torn from bottom margin of last leaf, 2cm diameter stain top of front flyleaves and first few pages.

Early pencil inscription of first front flyleaf "Presented to Miss[?] K Coeghland[?] By John W. Brown May 22nd, 1864." Second front flyleaf has pencil inscription: "E.S. Lochran Nov 24th 1867." Rear flyleaf has pencil inscription "May E. Bassett, Goshen, N.Y...."

The prefatory "Address to Members and Friends of the Methodist Episcopal Church states: "The Hymn Book heretofore in use among us was, in our opinion, unsurpassed. But the General Conference of 1848, judging that the volume could be improved by a careful revision, and by judiciously multiplying the number of hymns appointed a Committee, composed of minister and laymen to prepare a Standard Edition of the Methodist Hymn Book... Although we reluctantly part with some of the familiar hymns of the old book... yet we can confidently approve this Revised Copy; and we do, most cordially, recommend it as a greatly improved and standard edition of the Methodist Hymn Book..." They go on to encourage members to "purchase only such Methodist Hymn Books as are published by our Agents, and have the names of your Bishops." It is signed by Bishops Elijah Hedding, Beverly Waugh, Tho. A. Morris, L.L. Hamline, Edmund S. Janes and is dated New-York, May, 1849.

Collation: [1]-498. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 Address..., (1) contents, [7]-684 hymns, [685]-736 indexes, (1) half title, (1) blank, [3]-4 contents, (1) blank, [7]-[46], [47]-48 index. Section at end is titled: Supplement. Hymns for Sunday-schools, Youth, and Children.
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