HYMNBOOKS in JOHN JULIAN'S MAIN ARTICLES (*= no ebook)
19. Missions. Foreign and Home (appendix)
(3) The English Moravian Hymn-books,
-JuMorHB1. A Collection of Hymns with several translations from the hymn-book of the Moravian Brethren, London, 1742, - 2nd ed., London, 1743, with an appendix; *-3rd ed., London, 1746. *-(1749 edition)
*-JuMorHB2. The same, part ii., London, 1746, hymns No. 240-403.
*JuMorHB3. Part iii., London, 1748, 126 hymns and several " single verses out of several German hymns." The some 2nd ed., London, 1749, 126 hymns and additions, No. 127-161.
-JuMorHB4. Some other hymns and poems, consisting chiefly of translations from the German, London, 1752.
-JuMorHB5. A collection of hymns of the Children of God in all Ages, from the Beginning till now. In two parts, London, 1754. Parti., 695 hymns ; part ii., " containing hymns of the present Congregation of the Brethren," 460 hymns and several o" single verses."
-JuMorHB6. A collection of hymns chiefly extracted from the larger hymn-book of the Brethren's congregations, London, 1769, (no ebook).
-JuMorHB7. A collection of hymns for the use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren, London, 1789, 887 hymns.
-(JuMorHB7a. Liturgic hymns of the United Brethren : revised and enlarged : translated from the German. LONDON: PRINTED IN THE YEAR 1793).
*-JuMorHB8. The same, revised and enlarged; Manchester, 1801, with 1000 hymns.
*-JuMorHB9. Supplement to the edition of 1801; Manchester, 1808, with hymns 1001-1200. -(New 1809 edition).
-JuMorHB 10. A Collection of Hymns, for the use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. New and revised edition. [Preceded by the Liturgy.]; Ashton-under-Lyne, 1826, 1200 hymns. (In the reprints of this edition it was entitled Liturgy and Hymns for the use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren.)
*-JuMorHB11. Liturgy and Hymns for the use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren, edited by James Montgomery and others; London, 1849, 1260 (1261) hymns. New and revised issue of the 1826. -(1851 edition) (Rev. 1859 edition)
*-JuMorHB12. Appendix to the hymn-book; London, 1876, with 82 mostly modern English non-Moravian hymns. *-JuMorHB13. A new and revised edition of No. 11, London, 1886 (Preface, Christmas, 1885), with 1322 hymns. This edition is greatly improved, contains many recent English non-Moravian hymns, and for the first time affixes authors' names. The larger edition also gives the first lines of the originals of the trapslated hymns,