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On to Meet the Foe

Author: Asa Hull Appears in 4 hymnals First Line: On, brothers, on to meet the foe that we abhor! Refrain First Line: Glory, glory hallelujah! Used With Tune: [On, brothers, on to meet the foe that we abhor!]

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[On, brothers, on to meet the foe that we abhor!]

Appears in 422 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: Asa Hull Incipit: 55554 35123 33211 Used With Text: On to Meet the Foe

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On to Meet the Foe

Author: Asa Hull Hymnal: Temperance Rallying Songs #15 (1888) First Line: On, brothers, on to meet the foe that we abhor! Refrain First Line: Glory, glory hallelujah! Languages: English Tune Title: [On, brothers, on to meet the foe that we abhor!]

On to meet the foe

Author: Josepine Pollard Hymnal: Temperance Glee Book #d28 (1875) First Line: On brothers on to meet the foe Refrain First Line: Glory, glory hallelujah
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Haste to the rescue

Author: Josepine Pollard Hymnal: Temperance Chimes #20 (1867) First Line: On brothers on to meet the foe Refrain First Line: Glory, glory hallelujah

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Asa Hull

1828 - 1907 Arranged of "On to Meet the Foe" in Temperance Rallying Songs Asa Hull USA 1828-1907. Born in Keene, NY, he became a music publisher in New York City. He married Emma F Atherton, and they had a daughter, Harriett. He wrote many tunes and authored temperance rallying songs. He published 33 works, of which 21 were songbooks, between 1863-1895. He died in Philadelphia, PA. John Perry

Josephine Pollard

1834 - 1892 Author of "Haste to the Rescue" Josephine Pollard USA 1834-1892. Born at NYC, NY, one of seven children and daughter of an architect, she attended an exclusive girls school, Spingler Institute, and was a lifelong member of the Presbyterian Church. She was a founding member of the professional women’s club, Sorosis. She never married. She became an author, poet, and hymnist, writing many children’s books and for children’s magazines, including Harper’s, Scribner’s, and the New York Ledger. She wrote 44 books, mostly religious, for children, but also about history, birds, sports and games, and adventure stories. She also wrote 100+ hymn lyrics as well. She worked as an editor for the Sunday School Times and for the Methodist Book Concern, where she edited a magazine for African Americans. Her children’s books include: “History of the U.S.” (1884); “The life of George Washington” ; “The life of Christ for young people”; “History of the New Testament in words of one syllable” (1899); “History of the Old Testament in words of one syllable” (1899); “Bible stories for children” (1899). She was in poor health in her latter years. She died at NYC, NY. John Perry =============== 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)