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And shall we dwell together

And shall we dwell together

Author: Helen Taylor
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Helen Taylor

Taylor, Helen, daughter of Martin Taylor, was the author of The Child's Book of Homilies, N.D.; Sabbath Bells, A Series of Simple Lays for Christian Children, N.D.; and Missionary Hymns: for the Use of Children, 1846. From her Sabbath Bells, "I love that holy Scripture" (Concerning Heaven) is taken. The following are all from her Missionary Hymns, 1846:-- 1. A feather'd seed that lifted is. Value of Little Things. 2. And shall we dwell together? Concerning Heaven. 3. Father, the little offering take. Offertory. 4. There is a happy land on high. Concerning Heaven. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)  Go to person page >

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Author: Helen Taylor

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