||Lewistown, PA: Shugert & Cummings, 1832.
||The Sacred Harp
||The Sacred Harp, containing Part First, a clear compendium of the rules and principles of vocal musick. Part Second, a collection of the most approved church tunes, arranged for three or four voices; with a large number of select hymns, and a few set pieces; designed to furnish singing-schools and societies, and worshipping assemblies, of every denomination; with a complete set of tunes, adapted to all metres in common use. Part Third, a collection of popular airs, and devotional hymns, designed more immediately for prayer meetings and social circles, than schools and societies. By J. H. Hickok.
Not to be confused with the more famous Sacred Harp of B. F. White and E. J. King published 1844, nor the Lowell Mason collection of the same name.