Josephine Pollard

Josephine Pollard
--www.librarything.com/author/
Short Name: Josephine Pollard
Full Name: Pollard, Josephine, 1834-1892
Birth Year: 1834
Death Year: 1892

Pollard, Josephine, born in New York, circa 1840, is the author of (1) "I stood outside the gate" (Lent), (2) "Joy-bells ringing, Children singing" (Joy) in I. D. Sankey's Sacred Songs and Solos, 1878.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

====================

Josephine Pollard--
Poet, author, and hymn-writer Josephine Pollard (1834-1892) wrote several one-syllable history books for children in the 1880's, as well as numerous juvenile biblical stories. Her titles are very popular with homeschoolers and parents as a way to promote reading. Among her one-syllable history books are The Life of George Washington, The History of the United States, and Our Naval Heroes.

http://www.alibris.com/search/books/


Texts by Josephine Pollard (108)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A little maiden to our doorJosepine Pollard (Author)3
A sweet young child upon its mother's breastJosephine Pollard (Author)2
All my life long have my steps been attendedJosepine Pollard (Author)11
Arouse, arouse, from your slumbersJosephine Pollard (Author)2
At last the chains are brokenJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Awake, arouse, and send a glance afarJosepine Pollard (Author)2
Beyond the sunset's radiant glow, There is a brighter world, I knowJosepine Pollard (Author)English21
Brother, take thy cross and bear itJ. Pollard (Author)9
Come, leave your delicious libationsJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Down from Calvary they bore himJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Five cents a glass, and do you thinkJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Frail is my bark and stormy is the oceanJosepine Pollard (Author)5
Full of sin though I may beMiss J. Pollard (Author)5
Hail, all hail, A glorious light has arisenJosephine Pollard (Author)3
Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing on the duties (Pollard)Josepine Pollard (Author)4
His name we love to hearJosepine Pollard (Author)2
I always go to JesusJosepine Pollard (Author)6
I choose to follow Jesus all the wayJosephine Pollard (Author)3
I come to thee, I come to thee, when from the worldJ. Pollard (Author)3
I envy not the regal stateJosephine Pollard (Author)2
I have work enough to do, Ere the sun goes downJosepine Pollard (Author)38
I must not walk in the way of sinJosephine Pollard (Author)4
I stood outside the gateJosepine Pollard (Author)English34
I was but a little lambJosepine Pollard (Author)4
I was lost, in darknessJosephine Pollard (Author)2
If any habit hold you fastJosepine Pollard (Author)2
If thy days are full of sorrowJosephine Pollard (Author)3
I'll give my heart to Jesus, to JesusJosepine Pollard (Author)2
O blest was the hour that my heart may knowJosephine Pollard (Author)4
In the darkness hour that my heartJosepine Pollard (Author)15
In those beautiful mansions in gloryJosepine Pollard (Author)4
Jesus, my Savior, cleanse me from sinJosephine Pollard (Author)5
Journey [journeying] onward, every dayJ. Pollard (Author)5
Joybells ringing, children singingJosepine Pollard (Author)26
Lo! the fields are white for harvest; Who will thrust the sickle in?Josepine Pollard (Author)5
Long ago my savior soughtJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Look to Jesus weary one full of anguishJosepine Pollard (Author)14
Lord, my heart is very weakJosepine Pollard (Author)5
March along together, Ever firm and trueJosepine Pollard (Author)10
My Master has given me workJosepine Pollard (Author)3
Nearer the fount of Jesus' loveJosepine Pollard (Author)3
No night so darkJosepine Pollard (Author)2
O dear, cried he, who rules belowJosephine Pollard (Author)2
O it is joy to believeJosepine Pollard (Author)2
O be joyful all ye landsJosepine Pollard (Author)8
On brothers on to meet the foeJosepine Pollard (Author)4
One by one, the saints are goingJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Our Savior, our RedeemerJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Out on the highways wherever we goJosepine Pollard (Author)12
Over and over again, no matter which way I turnJosepine Pollard (Author)2
Over the tide, over the tideJosepine Pollard (Author)2
Peaceful heart, O what joyJosepine Pollard (Author)2
See the earth from bondage breakingJosephine Pollard (Author)3
Shall we anchor in the harborJosepine Pollard (Author)6
Sing away, sing awayJosepine Pollard (Author)2
Sweet the Sabbath morningJosepine Pollard (Author)5
Tell us something more of the love of JesusJosepine Pollard (Author)9
The beauteous stars that shineJosepine Pollard (Author)5
The flowers drink their morning draughtJosepine Pollard (Author)4
The little break that glides alongJosephine Pollard (Author)2
The morning hours are few and fleetJosephine Pollard (Author)2
The morning is fairJosephine Pollard (Author)2
The streets of the city are fullJosepine Pollard (Author)5
The tears that fall from eyesJosepine Pollard (Author)2
There are lights by the shore of that countryJosepine Pollard (Author)25
There is poison in the cupJosepine Pollard (Author)3
There is work enough to doJosephine Pollard (Author)2
There's a land where sorrow comesJosephine Pollard (Author)2
There's always a riverJosepine Pollard (Author)2
There's many a trouble would burst like a bubbleJosephine Pollard (Author)English2
Though many crave the flowing bowlJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Through the stillness of the eveningJosephine Pollard (Author)2
'Tis but little we can do, Jesus to repayJosepine Pollard (Author)2
'Tis indeed, a pleasant sightJosepine Pollard (Author)4
'Tis the Savior who would claimJosepine Pollard (Author)English22
'Tis thy love that brings me nearerJosepine Pollard (Author)2
To meet the glad echoes our voices we raiseJosephine Pollard (Author)9
To the humble soul that is bornJosepine Pollard (Author)3
Turn your glasses down, boysJosepine Pollard (Author)2
We are young, we are youngJosepine Pollard (Author)3
We come, we come, without delayJosepine Pollard (Author)4
We gather here a pilgrim bandJosepine Pollard (Author)4
We gather in this dear retreatJosepine Pollard (Author)2
We have heard of a cityJosephine Pollard (Author)2
We must never grow wearyJosepine Pollard (Author)8
We must toil in the heat of the dayJosepine Pollard (Author)6
We must work and pray together, Working, prayingJosepine Pollard (Author)14
We must work and strive togetherJosepine Pollard (Author)2
We never shall be happy if we walk the ways of sinJ. P. (Author)5
We praise thee, we bless thee, our Father and FriendJosepine Pollard (Author)7
We walk in a shaded pathJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Welcome, welcome (Pollard)Josepine Pollard (Author)2
We'll praise his name who reigns aboveJosepine Pollard (Author)2
We're growing stronger every dayJosepine Pollard (Author)3
Were it not for thee, my SaviorJosepine Pollard (Author)9
We're marching through a wildernessJosepine Pollard (Author)4
We're on the road that leads alongJosepine Pollard (Author)3
We're wandering through a wildernessJosepine Pollard (Author)4
What have I done to show my love, For Jesus, for JesusJosepine Pollard (Author)5
When all the world seems drearJosephine Pollard (Author)2
When by thoughts of sinJosepine Pollard (Author)3
When these weary days are overJosepine Pollard (Author)6
When we've crossed the jasper sea (Pollard)Josepine Pollard (Author)15
When you see the ruddy wine, touch it notJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Why wilt thou not relentJosepine Pollard (Author)7
Within God's temple now we meetJosephine Pollard (Author)2
Within God's temple now we meet To praise his holy nameJosepine Pollard (Author)2
You're a proper nice young manJosepine Pollard (Author)2

Data Sources

Suggestions or corrections? Contact us



Advertisements