Miller, Emily, née Huntingdon, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Huntington, D.D., was born at Brooklyn, Connecticut, Oct. 22, 1833: and was subsequently married to Professor Miller. Mrs. Miller is joint editor of The Little Corporal, published at Chicago, in which several of her poetical pieces appeared. Of her hymns the most widely known are:—
1. Enter Thy temple, glorious King. Opening of a Place of Worship. This was written for the opening of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at Akron, Ohio, 1861; and is in several collections, including the Methodist Episcopal Hymnal, 1878.
2. I love to hear the story. Early Piety. Written for and published in The Little Corporal, 1867. This is in extensive use in Great Britain and America. It wa… Go to person page >
Translator: Adela Ŝefer
Louisa Frederica Adela Schafer, British Esperantist, solo vocalist, and foreign-language teacher, born February 11, 1865, was a prolific early translator of English songs, sacred and secular, into Esperanto. She generally published her texts under the Esperanto respelling and abbreviation of her name "Ad. Ŝefer". Four of her texts are in Adoru Kantante, and one survives in Adoru. She was a member of the prestigious "Lingva Komitato" from 1907. The year of her death is not known. Go to person page >