FrontispieceArthur Hughes
I.God rest you, merry Gentlemen T. Dalziel
II.The Manger Throne W. J. Wiegand
III.A Virgin unspotted T. Dalziel
IV.Come, ye lofty F. A. Fraser
V.Come, tune your heart F. A. Fraser
VI.The first Nowell T. Dalziel
VII.Jesu, hail! W. J. Wiegand
VIII.Good Christian men, rejoiceFrancis Walker
IX.Sleep, holy Babe Arthur Hughes
X.Good King Wenceslas F. A. Fraser
XI.When I view the Mother holding W. J. Wiegand
XII.The seven joys of Mary P. Hundley
XIII.On the Birthday of the Lord John Leighton
XIV.What Child is this? W. J. Wiegand
XV.Glorious, beauteous, golden-bright W. J. Wiegand
XVI.Waken! Christian children F. A. Fraser
XVII.A Child this day is born W. J. Wiegand
XVIII.Carol for Christmas Eve T. Dalziel
XIX.When Christ was born of Mary free Arthur Hughes
XX.'Twas in the Winder cold T. Dalziel
XXI.A Carol for Christmas Eve Francis Walker
XXII.Jesus in the Manger F. A. Fraser
XXIII.The Holly and the Ivy J. B. Zwecker
XXIV.The Wait's Song
XXV.The Virgin and Child T. Dalziel
XXVI.The Incarnation W. J. Wiegand
XXVII.Christmas Day T. Dalziel
XXVIII.The Cherry Tree Carol
XXIX.God's dear Son W. J. Wiegand
XXX.Hymn for Christmas Day E. G. Dalziel
XXXI.The Babe of Bethlehem W. J. Wiegand
XXXII.In Bethlehem, that noble place W. J. Wiegand
XXXIII.A Cradle-Song of the Blessed Virgin W. J. Wiegand
XXXIV.Christmas Song Francis Walker
XXXV.Jacob's Ladder P. Hundley
XXXVI.The Story of the Shepherd E. G. Dalziel
XXXVII.The Wassail Song T. Dalziel
XXXVIII.In terra Pax W. J. Wiegand
XXXIX.Dives and Lazarus J. Mahoney
XL.From far away J. Mahoney
XLI.Carol for Christmas Day T. Dalziel
XLII.The Child Jesus in the Garden W. J. Wiegand
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Although the book Christmas Carols New and Old contains no publication date, the date is included in the following note from Percy Dearmer’s Preface to The Oxford Book of Carols, Oxford University Press, 1928, pp. xvi-xvii.

The second chapter of the revival [of the carol] in the nineteenth century opens in 1871 with the publication of forty-two Christmas Carols New and Old by the Rev. H. R. Bramley, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, and Dr. John Stainer, then organist of the college. The influence of this book was enormous: it placed in the hands of the clergy…a really practicable tool, which came into general use, and is still in use after nearly sixty years. The great service done by this famous collection was that it brought thirteen traditional carols, with their proper music, into general use at once.…It is…mainly to Bramley and Stainer that we owe the restoration of the carol…