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Hymnal, Number:hp4s1926
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All things bright and beautiful

Author: Cecil F. Alexander Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d4 (1926) Person Name: Cecil F. Alexander

Come, ye [you] thankful people, come

Author: Henry Alford Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d9 (1926) Person Name: Henry Alford

In our dear Lord's garden

Author: Ella S. Armitage Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d24 (1926) Person Name: Ella S. Armitage

The King of love my shepherd is

Author: Henry Williams Baker Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d46 (1926) Person Name: Henry Williams Baker

Onward, Christian soldiers

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d40 (1926) Person Name: Sabine Baring-Gould First Line: Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross

Hushed was the evening hymn

Author: James Drummond Burns Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d23 (1926) Person Name: James Drummond Burns

All good gifts around us

Author: Jane M. Campbell; Matthias Claudius Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d51 (1926) Person Name: Jane M. Campbell First Line: We plough [plow] the fields and scatter

As with gladness men of old

Author: William C. Dix; William Chatterton Dix Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d5 (1926) Person Name: William C. Dix

Father, we thank thee

Author: Mary Mapes Dodge Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d8 (1926) Person Name: Mary Mapes Dodge First Line: Can a little child like me

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, o'er

Author: James Edmeston Hymnal: HP4S1926 #d30 (1926) Person Name: James Edmeston


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