Almost persuaded, Agrippa said

Almost persuaded, Agrippa said

Author: Lou Singletary Bedford
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Lou Singletary Bedford

Mrs. Lou Singletary Bedford, author, born in Feliciana, Graves county, Kentucky, 7th April 1837. Her father was a teacher, and his little daughter placed n his school at six years of age. she had no special love for books, except for reading, spelling and grammar, but her ambition kept her at the head of most of her classes. she completed her course of study in Clinton Seminary. After leaving school she taught for a year or two. In 1857 she became the wife of John Joseph Bedford, a friend and associate of her childhood. There were six children born to them. Mrs. Bedford's literary career has in great measure become identified with Texas, her adopted home. From her sixteenth year she continued to write until her marriage, after which her pen… Go to person page >

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First Line: Almost persuaded, Agrippa said
Author: Lou Singletary Bedford
Refrain First Line: A more convenient day
Copyright: Public Domain

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