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https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../blessed_be_that_maid_marie .htmBlessed Be That Maid Marie. Words: Old English. Music: From William Ballet's
Lute Book. Source: Carol #734, Rev. Charles Lewis Hutchins, Carols Old and
Carols New (Boston: Parish Choir, 1916). 1. Blessed be that Maid Marie; Born He
was of her body; Very God ere time began, Born in time the Son of man. Refrain:
https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../all_of_a_maid_a_child_is_ born.htmAll of a Maid a Child is Born. For Christmas. " Gloomy night embraced the place,
Where the noble Infant lay ; The Babe looked up and showed His Face— In spite
of darkness it was day; It was Thy Day, Sweet, and did rise, Not from the East, but
from Thine Eyes." Richard Crashaw. Words: From a MS. in Brit. Mus., circa a.d. ...
https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../came_the_archangel_to_the_ maid.htmCame The Archangel To The Maid. Words: Angelus Ad Virginem, Anonymous
13th Century Latin. Translator Gabriel Gillett from Rev. Charles Lewis Hutchins,
Carols Old and Carols New (Boston: The Parish Choir, 1916) Meter: 77 77 88 11
6 7 6. 1. Came th' Archangel to the Maid Of lowly mien and station, And her
https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../a_babe_is_born_all_of_a_ maid.htmA Babe Is Born, All Of A Maid. Compare: A Babe Is Born · A babe is born al of a
may - Thomas Wright. Words: 15th Century. Music: Ancient Melody MIDI /
Noteworthy Composer / PDF / XML. Carol 565, Rev. Charles Lewis Hutchins,
Carols Old and Carols New (Boston: Parish Choir, 1916). 1. A Babe is born, all of
www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../what_joy_for_mary_blessed_maid. htmWords: Rev. W. J. Irons, D.D.. Music: Arthur H. Brown. Source: Arthur H. Brown,
ed., In Excelsis Gloria-Carols for Christmastide (London: Thomas Bosworth & Co.
, 1885), Carol #16, pp. 32-33. 1. What joy for Mary, blessed Maid, God's Angel
came to tell! O full of Grace Divine, he said, The Shining Gabriel; The Shining
https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../wassail_wassail_all_over_1. htmSing hey O, maids! come trole back the pin, And the fairest maid in the house let
us all in. 10. Then here's to the maid in the lily white smock. Who tripped to the
door and slipped back the lock. Who tripped to the door and pulled back the pin.
For to let these jolly wassailers in. 1. Some versions have "In the wassail bowl…
https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../there_was_a_maid_so_ lovely.htmThere Was A Maid So Lovely. For Christmas. Words: Die alresoetste Jesus,
Dutch Carol of the 15th Century. Words translated by the Rev. John O'Connor.
Music: Traditional Dutch Carol Mode 1. Source: Richard Runciman Terry, Two
Hundred Folk Carols (London: Burns Oates & Washbourne Limited, 1933), Carol
https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../from_heavenly_maid.htmFrom heavenly maid, this day, this day did spring, The precious seed that only
saved man. This day let man rejoice, rejoice and sweetly sing. Since on this day
our Saviour first began. This day, this day, did Christ man's soul from death
remove, With glorious saints to dwell in heaven above. This day let man rejoice
https://www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/.../ave_maria_blessed_maid. htmAve Maria! Blessed Maid! Purification of St. Mary the Virgin. Words: John Keble (
1972-1866), 1827. For Mary, The Mother of Jesus. Source: George Radcliffe
Woodward, ed, Songs of Syon (London: Schott & Co., Third Edition, 1908), # 216.
1. Ave Maria! blessed Maid! Lily of Eden's fragrant shade! Who can express the