The Resource Ocean melodies, and seamen's companion : a collection of hymns and music : for the use of Bethels, chaplains of the Navy, and private devotion of mariners, by Phineas Stowe, Pastor of the First Baptist Bethel Church

Ocean melodies, and seamen's companion : a collection of hymns and music : for the use of Bethels, chaplains of the Navy, and private devotion of mariners, by Phineas Stowe, Pastor of the First Baptist Bethel Church

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Ocean melodies, and seamen's companion : a collection of hymns and music : for the use of Bethels, chaplains of the Navy, and private devotion of mariners
Title
Ocean melodies, and seamen's companion
Title remainder
a collection of hymns and music : for the use of Bethels, chaplains of the Navy, and private devotion of mariners
Statement of responsibility
by Phineas Stowe, Pastor of the First Baptist Bethel Church
Title variation
Ocean melodies
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Contributor
Stereotyper
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
EPL
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1812-1868
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Stowe, Phineas
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • d. 1862
  • 1778-1844
  • 1810-1881
  • 1801-1869
  • 1808-1895
  • 1810-1887
  • b. 1784
  • 1794-1849
  • d. 1884
  • 1777-1834
  • 1791-1865
  • 1775-1863
  • 1809-1877
  • 1803-1883
  • 1793-1835
  • 1834-1918
  • 1824-1862
  • 1783-1861
  • 1814-1907
  • 1786-1850
  • 1756-1808
  • 1797-1851
  • 1776-1850
  • d. 1882
  • 1794-1870
  • 1788-1850
  • 1815-1894
  • ca. 1710-1793
  • 1795-1857
  • 1824?-1892
  • 1829-1921
  • 1814-1850
  • 1801-1867
  • 1781-1864
  • 1803-1868
  • 1808-1832
  • 1721-1787
  • 1787-1846
  • 1842-1928
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  • Adams, Quincy
  • Dwight, Timothy
  • Kidder, Andrew Bradshaw
  • Stow, Baron
  • Smith, Samuel Francis
  • Banvard, Joseph
  • Putnam, John Cornelius
  • Tappan, William B.
  • Clinch, Joseph H.
  • Colver, Phinehas
  • Sullivan, T. V.
  • Hanaford, Joseph Hibbard
  • Sigourney, L. H.
  • Beecher, Lyman
  • Turnbull, Robert
  • Hewes, John Milton
  • Hemans, Felicia Dorothea Browne
  • Rusling, James Fowler
  • Hague, J. B
  • Edmond, Amanda M. Corey
  • Brown, P. H.
  • Dana, Sarah Watson
  • Bickersteth, Edward
  • Mather, William
  • Colton, Walter
  • Mudge, Enoch
  • Smith, Eliza W.
  • Oakes, T. F.
  • Colver, Nathaniel
  • Judson, Adoniram
  • Gray, E. H.
  • Hatton, John Warrington
  • Zeuner, Ch.
  • Gardiner, A. S.
  • Murrell, Wm. M
  • Hanaford, Phebe A.
  • Eld, Henry
  • Cutter, William
  • Gould, Nathaniel D.
  • Brown, J. Newton
  • Dutton, D.
  • Searl, John
  • Baldwin, Moses
  • Nutter, Charles S.
  • American Seamen's Friend Society
  • Gould, Kendall & Lincoln
  • First Baptist Bethel Church (Boston, Mass.)
  • Mariners' Church (Boston, Mass.)
  • First Baptist Mariners' Chapel (New York, N.Y.)
  • Boston Baptist Bethel Society
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  • Hymns, English
  • Sailors
  • Sailors
  • Baptists
  • Revival hymns
  • Missions
  • Responsive worship
  • Liturgies
  • Choruses, Sacred (Men's voices)
  • Temperance
  • American ballads
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Ocean melodies, and seamen's companion : a collection of hymns and music : for the use of Bethels, chaplains of the Navy, and private devotion of mariners, by Phineas Stowe, Pastor of the First Baptist Bethel Church
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Note
  • "Entered, according to Act of Congress, in ... 1849, by Phineas Stowe ...."--t.p. verso
  • "Stereotyped by A.B. Kidder, 7 Cornhill"--t.p. verso. "By ... donation of Mr. A. B. Kidder, Music Printer, seamen and their friends are furnished with the 'Melodies'at ... reasonable price ...."--p. vi
  • Signatures : 1-[11] [last gathering unsigned] ; wove paper. Misprint of p. 163 as "63."
  • ca. 396 hymns, choruses, occasional ballads, doxologies, etc., ca. 63 with music in close score, 2 or 3 parts [short title as text and running header, group of temperance hymns at p. 148-155] (indicating title or name of tune, meter, occasional author or origin, composer or source, anecdote or situation)--p. [7]-175
  • Includes index : ... of first lines [shown in running header]--p. [iii]-vi
  • Collections or well-known authors drawn upon [passim] include : Winchell, Reed, Noel, Pratt, Rippon [Watts], Dwight, Taylor, Logan, Needham, Grant, Stennett, Beddome, Byrom, Grant, Griggs, Wesley, Swain, Doddridge, Cennick, Madan, Montgomery, Mason, Tans'ur. Others given in name references below
  • Special prefatory notes rendering anecdotal background or dedication for item, often of historical interest to greater Boston area--p. 46, 60, 63, 77, 136, 145 [x2], 146, 147, "63" [i.e. 163], 168, 169, 170, 172, 173 [x2], 174, 175
  • Items with extensive prefatory notes and titles : Affection's Tribute, to Lieutenant Henry Eld, Jr.--p. "63" [i.e. 163] ; Death and Burial of Rev. Adoniram Judson, D.D. at Sea--p. 174 ; Requiem on the death of a Mariner--p. 175
  • Dedication to "P. Stow, Pastor of Boston Bethel Society, by Wm. Lock Brown, late Musical Director at N.Y. University"--p. 46 ; Hymn sung at the Dedication of the First Baptist Mariner's Chapel, New York, by Mrs. C.H. Putnam. Tune, Sound the Loud Timbrel"--p.63
  • Burial Service at Sea [in 4 homiletic sections (the first with 7 cited scriptures), followed by directions for remarks and hymns selected from 7 pages]--p. 176
  • "The design ... twofold; - To counteract the debasing ... productions ... claims to poetry and music, and to furnish such as will interest the mariner and awaken the better feelings of his nature .... eject such pernicious trash from our vessels, and substitute ... remembrances of home ... to recognize God's power ...."--Preface [verso t.p.] (dated : Boston, Feb. 21, 1849)
  • "Hymns ... from books ... by the A. Seamen's Friend Society, 'The Psalmist,' edited by ... Baron Stow and ... S.F. Smith; published by Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln of Boston. Also from 'The Christian Melodist', compiled by ... Joseph Banvard ... issued by ... John Putnam ...." ; "Mr. Wm. B. Tappan, Rev. J.H. Clinch, and Rev. N. Colver ... enriched the 'Melodies' with their [work] .... [selections assisted by] Capt. T.V. Sullivan, the 'Marine Mission at Large,' of Boston .... G.A. Bennett ... preparing music .... J.H. Hanaford .... [arranged] the first edition of [this work] .... [now] entirely changed; more than treble the number of hymns and tunes ...."--pref. [ctd.]
  • "... 'Jack' and 'Tar,' so ... injuriously applied to sailors, with other common nautical expressions, are excluded from the Melodies; as they are [emphasis] very offensive [emphasis] to ... mariners ...." ; "Confident ... all evangelical denominations ... rejoice at ... Melodies; but especially those who have relatives and friends on the 'great wide sea.'"--pref. [ctd.]
  • T.p. with verse : "While mighty ocean / Rolled the wild, profound, eternal bass / In nature's anthem, and made music, / Such as pleased the ear of God."
  • Brown cloth covers [ribbed morocco-grain] : front and back with blind-stamped line border [2 thick, 3 thin interior], florid or ornate [pineapple?] corners, inner frame with ship on main in full-sail between words of short title in ornate serif capitals [Ocean / Melodies] -- in gilt on front
Edition
Sixth thousand.
Extent
1 online resource (176 pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • C.S. Nutter's inscriptions indicating authorship for individual hymns throughout.
  • Inscription : "Hattie E. Cunningham. Ship Ocean Express"--inner front endpapers recto.
Other physical details
music)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Ocean melodies, and seamen's companion : a collection of hymns and music : for the use of Bethels, chaplains of the Navy, and private devotion of mariners, by Phineas Stowe, Pastor of the First Baptist Bethel Church
Link
Publication
Note
  • "Entered, according to Act of Congress, in ... 1849, by Phineas Stowe ...."--t.p. verso
  • "Stereotyped by A.B. Kidder, 7 Cornhill"--t.p. verso. "By ... donation of Mr. A. B. Kidder, Music Printer, seamen and their friends are furnished with the 'Melodies'at ... reasonable price ...."--p. vi
  • Signatures : 1-[11] [last gathering unsigned] ; wove paper. Misprint of p. 163 as "63."
  • ca. 396 hymns, choruses, occasional ballads, doxologies, etc., ca. 63 with music in close score, 2 or 3 parts [short title as text and running header, group of temperance hymns at p. 148-155] (indicating title or name of tune, meter, occasional author or origin, composer or source, anecdote or situation)--p. [7]-175
  • Includes index : ... of first lines [shown in running header]--p. [iii]-vi
  • Collections or well-known authors drawn upon [passim] include : Winchell, Reed, Noel, Pratt, Rippon [Watts], Dwight, Taylor, Logan, Needham, Grant, Stennett, Beddome, Byrom, Grant, Griggs, Wesley, Swain, Doddridge, Cennick, Madan, Montgomery, Mason, Tans'ur. Others given in name references below
  • Special prefatory notes rendering anecdotal background or dedication for item, often of historical interest to greater Boston area--p. 46, 60, 63, 77, 136, 145 [x2], 146, 147, "63" [i.e. 163], 168, 169, 170, 172, 173 [x2], 174, 175
  • Items with extensive prefatory notes and titles : Affection's Tribute, to Lieutenant Henry Eld, Jr.--p. "63" [i.e. 163] ; Death and Burial of Rev. Adoniram Judson, D.D. at Sea--p. 174 ; Requiem on the death of a Mariner--p. 175
  • Dedication to "P. Stow, Pastor of Boston Bethel Society, by Wm. Lock Brown, late Musical Director at N.Y. University"--p. 46 ; Hymn sung at the Dedication of the First Baptist Mariner's Chapel, New York, by Mrs. C.H. Putnam. Tune, Sound the Loud Timbrel"--p.63
  • Burial Service at Sea [in 4 homiletic sections (the first with 7 cited scriptures), followed by directions for remarks and hymns selected from 7 pages]--p. 176
  • "The design ... twofold; - To counteract the debasing ... productions ... claims to poetry and music, and to furnish such as will interest the mariner and awaken the better feelings of his nature .... eject such pernicious trash from our vessels, and substitute ... remembrances of home ... to recognize God's power ...."--Preface [verso t.p.] (dated : Boston, Feb. 21, 1849)
  • "Hymns ... from books ... by the A. Seamen's Friend Society, 'The Psalmist,' edited by ... Baron Stow and ... S.F. Smith; published by Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln of Boston. Also from 'The Christian Melodist', compiled by ... Joseph Banvard ... issued by ... John Putnam ...." ; "Mr. Wm. B. Tappan, Rev. J.H. Clinch, and Rev. N. Colver ... enriched the 'Melodies' with their [work] .... [selections assisted by] Capt. T.V. Sullivan, the 'Marine Mission at Large,' of Boston .... G.A. Bennett ... preparing music .... J.H. Hanaford .... [arranged] the first edition of [this work] .... [now] entirely changed; more than treble the number of hymns and tunes ...."--pref. [ctd.]
  • "... 'Jack' and 'Tar,' so ... injuriously applied to sailors, with other common nautical expressions, are excluded from the Melodies; as they are [emphasis] very offensive [emphasis] to ... mariners ...." ; "Confident ... all evangelical denominations ... rejoice at ... Melodies; but especially those who have relatives and friends on the 'great wide sea.'"--pref. [ctd.]
  • T.p. with verse : "While mighty ocean / Rolled the wild, profound, eternal bass / In nature's anthem, and made music, / Such as pleased the ear of God."
  • Brown cloth covers [ribbed morocco-grain] : front and back with blind-stamped line border [2 thick, 3 thin interior], florid or ornate [pineapple?] corners, inner frame with ship on main in full-sail between words of short title in ornate serif capitals [Ocean / Melodies] -- in gilt on front
Edition
Sixth thousand.
Extent
1 online resource (176 pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • C.S. Nutter's inscriptions indicating authorship for individual hymns throughout.
  • Inscription : "Hattie E. Cunningham. Ship Ocean Express"--inner front endpapers recto.
Other physical details
music)
Specific material designation
remote

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