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(REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION.)

THE

REVIVALIST:

A COLLECTION OF

Choice Revival Hymns and Tunes,

ORIGINAL AND SELECTED,

By JOSEPH HILLMAN,

Author of " Sunday-School Hymns and Revival Choruses."

Bing unto the Lord a new song."-Ps., 33, 3.
“I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also."-I Cor., 14, 15

Rev. L. HARTSOUGH, MUSICAL EDITOR,

Author of “Sacred Harmonium," &c.

FOR SALE BY

JOSEPH HILLMAN, Publisher, Troy, N. Y.
CARLTON & LANAHAN,

HITCHCOCK & WALDEN,
200 Mulberry Street, New York.

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Baltimore, Ma.
Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1869, by JOSEPH HILLMAN, in the Clerk's Office of the District

Court of the United States for tho Northern District of New York.

THE REVIVALIST.

The demand for “THE REVIVALIST" has been so great that the publisher has deemed it best to revise and enlarge it for this edition. Sixteen thousand have been published in less than one year.

It now contains nearly five hundred choice Hymns and spiritual Songs, and more than two hundred and thirty soul-stirring Choruses, all set to appropriate and inspiring music. The Tunes include the choicest - new as. well as old — that can be found. Many are original, and written expressly for this work.

THE PUBLISHER

NOTICE.

The public are cautioned against using any piece in this book which is copyrighted without the owner's consent.

CHARLES VAN BENTHUYSEN & SONS,

Stereotypers, Printers and Binders, Albany.

Reg. Spec.grant

5.22-42
4574/

PREFACE.

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THE title of our book is not simply a name. The adaptation of this work to the place it seeks has already brought out high encomiums to its success in meeting the needs of revival work.

Gems of Sacred Song, both old and new, are here gathered ready for use. The closet, the fireside, the Sunday School, the prayer, class or conference meetings, as well as the revival, will find whatever may be desired or helpful.

It has been our specialty to give old and familiar harmonies as originally used, and, guided by years of experience, no pains or expense has been spared to make the work what it should be.

For valuable contributions furnished, our thanks are due Prof. Philip Phillips, Rev. J. W. Dadmun, Wm. B. Bradbury, Rev. L. Hartsough, Dr. Lowell Mason, Rev. A. C. Rose, T. E. Perkins, S. J. Vail, S. Main, Rev. B. I. Ives, Horace Waters, Asa Hull, Root & Cady, H. Tollman & Co., Rev. B. W. Gorham, C. W. Harris, Rev. D. Williams, H. P. Main, Rev. G. C. Wells, Rev. M. Lyon, Prof. J. Baker, Rev. C. S. Coats, Rev. G. A. Hall, Rev. Hiram Mattison, Rev. Robert Lowry, Rev. J. K. Tinkham, T. C. O'Kane, Rev. Wm. Hunter, D.D., A. S. Jenks, and others.

Much prayer has been offered that the work may prove to be what its title claims— THE REVIVALIST." And if the lovers of Revivals view it in the same prayerful spirit, and find it really an assistant in winnin: and saving souls, we shall be amply rewarded. TROY, N. Y.

JOSEPH HILLMAN.

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