HYMNBOOKS in JOHN JULIAN'S MAIN ARTICLES (*= no ebook)

1. Baptist.
JuBaptC.18.

- JuBaptC.18-1.. Samuel Deacon: A New Composition of Hymns and Poems, chiefly on divine subjects, Designed for the Amusement, and Edification of Christians of all Denominations, Leicester 1784/5 (known as Barton Hymns)
*-second edition in 1797.

*-JuBaptC.18-3. John Deacon (of Leicester), Hymns and Spiritual Songs selected from various authors, 1793,
-(1800 edition) (sanctioned by the General Baptist Association) known as Daw Taylor's Hymns.
*-( 2nd ed 1804)

*-JuBaptC.18-4. Joseph Stennett, the elder. His Hymns for the Lord's Supper (1712).
*-JuBaptC.18-5. Daniel Turner, M.A. (of Abingdon), Divine Songs, Hymns, and other Poems, 1747.
*-JuBaptC.18-6. 1750, Evangelical Hymns and Songs, 1750.
*-JuBaptC.18-7. John Needham, Hymns Devotional & Moral, printed at Bristol in 1768.
*-JuBaptC.18-8 Bristol hymn-book of Ash & Evans in 1769
*-JuBaptC.18-9 Dr. Rippon's Selection. in 1787.

*-JuBaptC.18-10. John Fellows (mostly Birmingham), Hymns on Believers Baptism, 1773:
-John Fellows, Hymns, in a Great Variety of Metres: Chiefly on the Purity, Perfection, and Excellence of the Word of God, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 1776.

*-JuBaptC.18-11. Richard Burnham (minister of Grafton Street Chapel, Soho), New Hymns on divers subjects, 1783..
-JuBaptC.18-12. Samuel Medley (of Byrom Street, Liverpool), began in 1786 to print hymns on broadsides as they were composed, pub. them in two small volumes. -(Hymns. The public worship and private devotions of true Christians assisted, in some thoughts in verse; principally drawn from ... the Word of God, Samuel Medley, 1800)
*-JuBaptC.18-13. John Dracup, (of Steep Lane, in Yorkshire,) Hymns & Spiritual Songs, 1787
-JuBaptC.18-14. Charles Cole, of Whitchurch, Threefold Alphabet of New Hymns, 1789
-JuBaptC.18-15. Joseph Swain, Walworth Hymns, 1792

-JuBaptC.18-16. Rev. John Ash, LL.D., of Pershore, and the Rev. Caleb Evans, D.D. (of Bristol), A Collection of Hymns Adapted to Public Worship,1769. (popularly known as the Bristol Hymn Book, it contained 412 hymns by various writers.
-JuBaptC.18-17. Rev. John Ash, LL.D., of Pershore, and the Rev. Caleb Evans, D.D., A Collection of Hymns Adapted to Public Worship, 8th ed., pub. by Isaac James, at Bristol, 1801;
*-10th ed. with a small supplement, Norwich, 1827.

*-JuBaptC.18-18 Dr. J. Rippon, (of Carter Lane, and afterwards of New Park Street, London,): A Selection of Hymns from the best authors, intended to be an Appendix to Dr. Watts's Psalms & Hymns. 1787
-(1804 Edition); -(1807 Edition);
-(1840 Edition); -(1843 Edition);
-(1844 Edition); -(1845 Edition);
-(1846 Edition); -(1851 Edition);
-(1865 Edition); *-(1880 Edition); -(1887 Edition)


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JuBapIII. The Nineteenth Century. 1811-1820
*-JuBapIII.a. The Rev. James Harrington Evans, M.A., of John Street Chapel, Gray's Inn Lane, Hymns, selected chiefly for public worship, 1818 .
-5th ed. in 1838 (451 hymns).

*-JuBapIII.b The Hon. and Rev. Baptist W. Noel, M.A., A Selection of Psalms and Hymns for public and private use. (several editions.)
-(1838 edition);
-(1848 edition).

1831-1840
*-JuBapIII.c Edward Mote, (a Calvinistic Baptist layman) " Hymns of Praise" 1836,
-(1853 edition.);
*-JuBapIII.c David Denham, The Saints' Melody. A New Selection of Upwards of One Thousand Hymns ... Designed as a Companion to Dr. Watts's Psalms & Hymns, with Some Originals, Etc. 1837,
-(1845 edition); -(1850 edition);

The principal hymnbooks in use in Baptist congregations from A.D. 1800
JuBapIII.(1)a
*-JuBaptC.18-3 John Deacon, Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Selected from Various Authors. (1793)
- JuBapIII.(1)a. John Deacon , A New and Large Collection of Psalms and Hymns, selected from more than fifty different authors, 1800.
-JuBapIII.(1)a. John Deacon , A New and Large Collection of Psalms and Hymns, selected from more than fifty different authors 2nd ed., 1804 (with a large Appendix, the whole including 746 hymns)
- (1812 edition); - (1815 edition)
*-JuBapIII.(1)a In 1830: John Deacon, Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Selected from Various Authors., revised by a committee appointed by the Annual Association, and adopted as the General Baptist Hymn book.
*-JuBapIII.(1)a Revs. J. B. Pike and J. Carey Pike, "The New Hymn Book", 1851. Later an Appendix was published with about 80 modern hymns.
*-JuBapIII.(1)b Rev. W. R. Stevenson, M.A. (of Nottingham), the "Baptist Hymnal", 1879. 920 hymns.
*-JuBapIII.(1)c Rev. W. R. Stevenson, the School Hymnal ,1880, (343 hymns).

-JuBapIII.(2)3. Mr. John Haddon, sen. (, and revised by Doctors Murch, Price and Steane,) A NEW SELECTION OF HYMNS, Especially adapted to PUBLIC WORSHIP, INTENDED AS A SUPPLEMENT TO DR. WATTS' PSALMS AND HYMNS. (The New Selection.). 1828. -(1829 edition); -(1830 edition); -(1833 eighth edition)
*-Revised and enlarged in 1838.
*-JuBapIII.(2)3. Praise Waiteth, (supplement to the New Selection)1871.
*-JuBapIII.(2)4 Mr. John Haddon, jun., Psalms and Hymns, 1858. (The principal compilers were Drs. S. G. Green and N. Haycroft and the Revs. W. F. Burchell and J. T. Wigner.) 1000 hymns;
*- JuBapIII.(2)4. Rev J.T. Wigner, a Supplement to Psalms and Hymns, 1880, containing 271 additional hymns, chiefly modern.
*-JuBapIII.(2)5 Mr. John Haddon, jun., Psalms and Hymns for the Young, 1882 (intended chiefly for use in Sunday Schools. )

-JuBapIII.(2)6. Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, Our Own Hymn Book.1866. It contains 1129 psalms and hymns. -(1868 edition); -(1868 edition); -(1869 edition); -(1870 edition);

( more highly Calvinistic of the Particular Baptist churches)
*-JuBapIII. (2)7 (1) Mr. Wm. Gadsby, A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship, 1814.
- Mr. Wm. Gadsby, A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship A new ed. with a Supplement, 1838.
- Mr. Wm. Gadsby, A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship1852 edition (There were successive alterations and additions it now contains 1130 hymns.)

*-JuJuBapIII.c David Denham's Selection, 1837, (formerly of Unicorn Yard Chapel, Tooley Street, London) (1200 hymns, used by more than 100 churches).

*-JuBapIII. (2)7 (3) John Stevens' Selection (formerly of Meard's Court Chapel, London) Enlarged and rearranged by J. S. Anderson, of New Cross Road, S.E., it now contains 970 hymns. (earlier 1838 edition); *1845 New edition; -(1858 edition)