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THE YEAR.
STANDING AT THE PORTAL OF THE OPENING YEAR.

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“Valour.” 11s. ( With Refrain.) Miss FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL, (1836–1879) 1873.

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MISS FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL, (1836-1879) 1874.

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ANOTHER YEAR IS DAWNING.

"Weber." 7s. & 6s.

Ar. fr. Friedrich Freiherr von Flotow, (1812-1883) 1835.

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4 Another year of service,

Of witness for Thy love; Another year of training For holier work above.

5 Another year is dawning!
Dear Master, let it be

On earth, or else in Heaven,
Another year for Thee!

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O SACRED HEAD NOW WOUNDED.

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“Passion Chorale.” 7s. & 6s. D. BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, (1091-1153 )

Hans Leonhard Hassler, (1564-1612) 1601. TR. BY REV. JAMES WADDELL ALEXANDER, (1804-1859) 1829.

Arr. by Henry Schwing.

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