Joseph Beaumont

Short Name: Joseph Beaumont
Full Name: Beaumont, Joseph, 1616-1699
Birth Year: 1616
Death Year: 1699

Beaumont, Joseph, eldest son of Sir John Beaumont, was born March 3, 1615, educated at Westminster, and Peter House, Cambridge, and died Sept. 3, 1652. His Original Poems in English and Latin were published posthumously in 1749. In this work there is a fine poem on "Homo". This has been condensed into a hymn, beginning "As earth's pageant passes by." Consecration to God.) His Psyche (1st pub. 1647), together with selections from his Original Poems, &c., were reprinted in Dr. Grosart's Chertsey Worthies, 1877-80, in 2 volumes.

-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Texts by Joseph Beaumont (15)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
And now ye day which in ye morn was thineJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
As earth's pageant passes byJoseph Beaumont (Author)10
Feigned Janus, now forget thy nameJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Fountain of sweets, eternal doveJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Hallelujah: Hark how ye joyfull heavens reboundJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Hope, though slow she be, and lateBeaumont (Author)4
Inward, and observe thy breastJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Life of my soul, bright Lord of loveJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Lift up your heads, great gates, and singJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Never yet could careless sleepJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Our gold, rich king of povertyJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Tears have doneJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Thy heavenly kingdom here belowJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
Tune we our heart strings highJoseph Beaumont (Author)2
What's this morn bright eye to meJoseph Beaumont (Author)2

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