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Francis Bottome

Francis Bottome
Short Name: Francis Bottome
Full Name: Bottome, Francis, 1823-1894
Birth Year: 1823
Death Year: 1894

Bottome, F., S.T.D., was born in Derbyshire, England, May 26, 1823. In 1850, having removed to America, he entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopalian Church; and in 1872 he received the degree of S.T.D. from Dickinson's College, Carlisle, Penn. In addition to assisting in the compilation of B. P. Smith's Gospel Hymns, London, 1872: Centenary Singer, 1869; Hound Lake, 1872, he has written:—
1. Come, Holy Ghost, all sacred fire. Invocation of the Holy Spirit. Appeared in R. P. Smith's Gospel Hymns, 1872. It is in several collections, including the Ohio Hymn Book of the Evangelical Association, 1881, No. 364.
2. Full salvation, full salvation. Joy of full Salvation. Written in 1871, and published in a collection by Dr. Cullis of Boston, 1873. Also in the Ohio Hymn Book, 1881, No. 384.
3. Love of Jesus, all divine. Love of Jesus. Written in 1872, and published in his Hound Lake, 1872. It is in several collections.
4. O bliss of the purified, bliss of the free. Sanctification. Written in 1869, and published in the Revivalist, and numerous hymn-books in America, including the Ohio Hymn Book as above, 1881, No. 477, &c.
His hymns, "Sweet rest in Jesus"; and "Oneness in Jesus," are also found in several collections for evangelistic services.

-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Texts by Francis Bottome (61)sort descendingAsInstances
إمتحني يا إلهيFrancis Bottome (Author)1
應當傳此喜信 (Yīngdāng chuán cǐ xǐxìn)Frank Bottome (Author)2
All glory be to God aboveFrancis Bottome (Author)2
Arise, my soul, and sing To God, thy Savior KingF. Bottome, D.D. (Author)3
Behold the lilies, how they growRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)2
Beneath the glorious throne aboveFrancis Bottome (Author)8
Blessed Jesus, let thy presenceF. Bottome, D.D. (Author)3
Christ is come, come to earth!Francis Bottome (Author)2
Come enter, Lord, and take Thy restRev. F. Bottome (Author)2
Come Holy Ghost, all sacred fireFrancis Bottome (Author)8
Come, let us to the feastFrancis Bottome (Author)2
Doquier el hombre estéFrank Bottome (Author)3
Full salvation, full salvation, lo, the fountainFrancis Bottome (Author)20
Gentle Jesus, meek and lowly, Once a childFrancis Bottome (Author)2
Hail the blessed Easter morningFrancis Bottome (Author)3
Hallelujah, hark the chorusRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)2
Hallelujah, lo, the riverF. Bottome, D.D. (Author)2
Hark, what mellow notes on highFrancis Bottome (Author)3
Holy dove, thy wings expandingF. Bottome, D.D. (Author)3
Hopi ye, mitakuyeFrancis Bottome (Author)1
I am waiting for the SaviorRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)1
I know, O Lord, thou dwellest notFrancis Bottome (Author)2
In the love that knows no waningRev. F. Bottome, D. D. (Author)5
La nueva proclamad doquier que el hombre estéF. Bottome (Author)2
Let us sing of his love once againFrancis Bottome (Author)13
Let us sing of the Lamb that was slainRev. F. Bottome (Author)3
Love of Jesus, all divineFrancis Bottome (Author)23
O bliss of the pure onesF. Bottome (Arranger)1
O djup of barmh'rtighetFrank Bottome (Author)2
O Friede der Heiligen, himmlische Ruh'F. Bottome (Author)2
O Glück der Erlösten! von Sünde ganz reinFrank Bottome (Author)3
O joy of the justified, joy of the freeF. Bottome (Author)3
O naade for hver, som blev renset og friFrank Bottome (Author)2
O see the poor drunkard, so lost to all shameRev. F. Bottome, D. D. (Author)1
O spread the tidings 'round, wherever man is foundFrank Bottome, 1823-1894 (Author)182
O, spred den nyhed omF. Bottome (Author)2
O the voice of tender mercyFrancis Bottome (Author)5
O thou exalted Son of God High seated on Thy Father's throneFrancis Bottome (Author)4
Precious Jesus, O to love theeFrancis Bottome (Author)9
O ye that are weary and laden of soulRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)7
O, bliss of the purified! bliss of the free!Rev. F. Bottome (Author)103
O love of God, thou ocean vastRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)3
Our father's God to theeFrancis Bottome (Author)1
Praise ye the Lord, O sing aloudRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)3
Precious Jesus, how I love theeFrancis Bottome (Author)4
Savior, now in highest gloryFrancis Bottome (Author)2
Search me, O God, my actions tryFrancis Bottome (Author)9
See, Lord, before thine altar bowedRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)4
Sing of his mighty loveFrank Bottome, 1823-1894 (Author)2
Speed thy coming, King of gloryRev. F. Bottome (Author)2
Sufferer tossed in mental anguishRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)2
The banner cross is waving highF. Bottome, D.D. (Author)5
The conflict is over, the tempest is pastRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)12
The Holy Ghost is comeF. Bottome (Author)5
The home is sad that once was gayRev. F. Bottome, D.D. (Author)1
The young, the loved, the beautifulFrancis Bottome (Author)6
We are passing away, we are passing awayRev. F. Bottome, D. D. (Author)5
We come with songs to hail the mornFrancis Bottome (Author)2
We gather, we gather, ourFrancis Bottome (Author)2
Welch Glück ist's, erlöst zu sein, Herr, durch dein BlutFrancis Bottome, 1823-1894 (Author)2
Welcome, welcome, O RedeemerF. Bottome (Author)2

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