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Adeste fideles

Attend, all ye faithful, your leader's command

Author: William Everett
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: William Everett

Everett, William, LL.D., s. of the Hon. Edward Everett, was born at Watertown, Massachusetts, Oct. 10, 1839, and educated at Harvard College and Trinity College, Cambridge, England, M.A. 1869. He became Latin Tutor in Harvard Coll. in 1870, and Assistant Professor of Latin in 1873. He entered the Unitarian Ministry in 1872. Putnam gives six of his hymns in Singers and Songs, &c, 1874, p. 504. The best are "Deal gently with us, Lord" [God’s tenderness], from the American Christian Register, 1866; and "Almighty Father, Thou didst frame" [God the Father]," written for the Unitarian Festival at the Music Hall, May 27, 1869." He has published College Essays; School Sermons , and other works. He is LL.D. of Williams College, Mass.… Go to person page >

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First Line: Attend, all ye faithful, your leader's command
Title: Adeste fideles
Author: William Everett
Copyright: Public Domain


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