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Strateer

Meter: 8.7.4Author of "Lo he comes the king of glory" in A New Selection of Seven Hundred Evangelical Hymns ... intended as a Supplement to Dr. Watts's Psalms and Tunes

J. H. Morgan Harris

Meter: 8.7.4Composer of "EGLWYSBACH"

Martha J. Langton

Meter: 8.7.4English Words of "Dwell in me, O blessed spirit" in Welsh and English Hymns and AnthemsPseudonym for Fanny Crosby.

Robinson

Meter: 8.7.4Author of "Guide me, O thou great Jehovah" in Selection of Hymns, for Public Worship designed to be used with Watts'

Allen

Meter: 8.7.4Author of "Sinners, will you scorn the message" in Selection of Hymns, for Public Worship designed to be used with Watts'Allen, Jonathan. Concerning this hymn-writer, to whom is credited the hymn, "Sinners, will you scorn the message?" we can only say that this hymn appeared in Hymns adapted to Public Worship, collected from various Authors, Exeter, S. Woolmer, 1801, edited by Richard Pearsell Allen, Minister of Castle Street Meeting, Exeter; and that in D. Sedgwick's marked copy of John Dobell's New Selection, &c., 1806, it is attributed to Jonathan Allen. What authority Sedgwick had for this ascription we cannot determine. It is through him that it has gained currency. Allen's hymn, "Sinners, will you scorn, &c," is sometimes given with stanzas i. and ii. transposed, as "Hear the heralds of the Gospel," as in the American Baptist Praise Book, N. Y. 1871. [William T. Brooke] -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

M. Green

Meter: 8.7.4Composer of "CAIO"

John Black

1817 - 1871Meter: 8.7.4Composer of "ALBINIA (Black)"

D. L. Hunter

Meter: 8.7.4Arranger of "MISSIONARY'S FAREWELL" in The Shenandoah HarmonyDaniel L. Hunter is shape note enthusiast. LBR

Dr. J. D. Vinton

1831 - 1903Meter: 8.7.4Composer of "ORIENT MORNING (Vinton)"

Wingrove

1720 - 1793Meter: 8.7.4Author of "Happy soul, we now resign thee" in A New Selection of Seven Hundred Evangelical Hymns ... intended as a Supplement to Dr. Watts's Psalms and TunesWingrove, John. A few hymns by this writer are in J. Middleton's Hymns, 1793. D. Sedgwick dates his pieces 1785. One of these still in common use is, "Hail! my ever blessed Jesus." b. 1720; d. 1793. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

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