[Smith, Percy]. Recueil de Cantiques Arabes: Publie sous les auspices de l'Eglise Methodiste Episcopale de l'Afrique du Nord aux frais de l'Association Mondiale des Ecoles du Dimanche. Alger: Publications Methodistes, 1923. First Edition. 
Green cloth, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 pp., front hinge of end papers with paste repair, old ex church library matter including card pocket, large "Discard" stamp on French tp, and white ink "Arabic Hymns, Smith" with call numbers on spine. 237, (3) pp., complete, fragile. Good. Hardcover.
A slip laid in has this typewritten note: "This collection of Arabic hymns is published under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopal Church in North Africa with the assistance of the World Sunday School Association. It has been prepared by the Rev. Percy Smith, a missionary of the Methodist Board in Algiers."
Introduction in French; text of hymns in Arabic. Words only, no tunes.
WorldCat with 2 locations; one in the USA and another in Germany.
"Percy Smith, started with North Africa Mission, then joined American Methodist Episcopal Mission. The book of John he translated was circulated among French Algerian troops in World War I. His translations were released from 1908 through 1940. He translated Algerian colloquial Arabic Scriptures and composed 200 Algerian Arabic hymns. He lived in Algiers, Constantine, Oran, Tunis, and Fort National. Percy advocated for more literature in colloquial Arabic. Percy advocated for Christian bookstores in Algeria with French, Arabic, and Berber books." - Dictionary of African Christian Biography.