The Whole Booke of Psalmes, Faithfully Translated into English Metre, 1640
        (The Bay Psalm Book)


A Selection of Psalms and Hymns, 1808
        William Emerson, compiler and editor. This was the first American hymnbook to specify the tune to be sung.


Hymns for the Christian Church, 1869
        Rev. Rufus Ellis, compiler. ‘The compiler has endeavored to fulfill the desire of the congregation, as expressed in
         the vote of the proprietors at the annual meeting. May this volume aid them to make melody in their hearts to the Lord!’


15 New Poems in Song, 2002: Unitarian Universalist Views of The Seasons, Special Services, The Seven Principles, 2002
        by The Hymn Writers of The First Church in Boston, John Burt, Leader, Original Tunes by Leo Collins

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An Emerson Garland, 2003, Poems and Hymns of Ralph Waldo Emerson
       The Music in Emerson's Verse as the Congregation's Song
       With a TUTOR for Ministers, Music Directors and Lovers of Emerson

                                Let me go where e'er I will
                                I hear a skyborn music still

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