HYMNBOOKS in the MAIN ARTICLES on ENGISH HYMNODY in JOHN JULIAN, A DICTIONARY OF HYMNOLOGY (other web-source)
MAIN ARTICLES IN JULIANS DICTIONARY OF HYMNOLOGY
i. Established Church of Scotland.
-JuScHyhi1. The Psalms of David methodized: being an Attempt to bring together (without the smallest Alteration) those Passages in them which relate to the same Subjects. For the use of Churches and Families. By Robert Walker, F.R.S.E., Senior Minister of Canongate (Edin., W. Creech, 1794). Contains 31 subject divisions and 154 pages. The Psalms are from the psalter of 1650.
*-JuScHyhi2. Hymns, Doxologies, &c, sung in Scoonie Parish Church. Selected
from the General Assembly's Church of Scotland Hymn-book, and arranged according
to the subjects of the Lord's Prayer and Apostles Creed (Leven, T. Porter, 1863).
Compiled by Rev. John Duncan, minister there. 17 hymns selected, and 4 added;
23 doxologies, 3 thanksgivings, 3 dismissions, 1 hosanna, and 6 sanctuses.
*-JuScHyhi3. Hymns adapted for Public Worship, selected from various Authors by the late Thomas Grainger, Esq., of Craigpark, with an Appendix consisting of Hymns for private devotion, Sabbath Schools, and Children. (Edin.: Neill & Co., 1852). With 285 hymns. Meant for use in Abercorn Church, near Linlithgow.
*-JuScHyhi4. The Order of Public Worship and Administration f the Sacraments as used in the Church of Old Greyfriars, Edinburgh. Compiled by Dr. Robert Lee, minister there, and pub. in 1865. The edition of 1873 (Edin., A. & C. Constable) has appended to it portions of psalm versions numbered 1-203, paraphrases 204-253, and hymns 254-267, edited by Dr. Lee before his death in JL868. In 1877 a Supplement appeared, compiled by Dr. Wallace, then minister there, with hymns 268-316, and prose psalms 317-348. Both compilers were aided by Mr. Geoghegan, the precentor.
*-JuScHyhi5. Hymnal Appendix (Edin., Lorimer & Gillies, 1874). Edited by Rev. John Macleod for use in his church at Duns (withdrawn from use after he removed to Govan, Glasgow), as an appendix to the Scottish Hymnal. Contains prose chants 201-219, and Hymns 220-366-a large proportion being from Anglican sources.
*-JuScHyhi6. The Scottish Book of Praise, being Selections from the Psalms in Prose and Verse, and other parts of Scripture, with a collection of Hymns, Paraphrases, and Anthems. The music edited by Henry A. Lambeth (Lon. & Glas., Swan & Pentland, 1876). Edited by Donald Macleod, D.D., for his Park Church, Glasgow, and for general use as a book with fixed tunes-the musical editor being his organist. Contains selections from the Psalter of 1650, the Paraphrases of 1781, and the prose Psalter, with 38 scripture selections for chanting, 25 Anthems, and 155 Hymns, 120 taken from the Scottish Hymnal, 1870, being numbered as in that collection.