Confession, prayer, and praise.
LORD! when we bend before thy throne,
And our confessions pour,
O may we feel the sins we own,
And hate what we deplore.
2 Our contrite spirits pitying see;
True penitence impart:
And let a healing ray from thee
Beam peace into each heart.
3 When we disclose our wants in prayer,
O let our wills resign;
And not a thought our bosom share,
Which is not wholly thine.
4 And when with heart and voice
We strive our grateful hymns to raise,
Let love divine within us live,
And fill our souls with praise.
5 Then, on thy glories while we dwell,
Thy mercies we’ll review;
With love divine, transported, tell——
Thou, God, art Father too.
Episcopal Methodist hymnal (1870 edition)
I have no idea what Pratt's col. is, but I suspect it's a collection of hymns assembled by a C. M. Pratt, or at least it seems the initials are C. M. Beyond that, I'm unable to discover more, but it does seem to be the source of quite a few hymns that appear in nineteenth-century hymnals.
If anyone can supply more information, I would be most grateful!