Let it pass

Author: Anonymous

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Text Information

First Line: Be not swift to take offense
Title: Let it pass
Author: Anonymous
Copyright: Public Domain

Notes

Be not swift to take offence. [Patience.] Appeared in G. F. Root's The Coronet, 1865, p. 50, and later collections, including the Sunday School Hymnary, 1905, where it is given as Anon., circa 1860.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 23 of 23)
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Chapel Gems for Sunday Schools #102

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Chapel Gems for Sunday Schools #102

Chapel Gems #d7

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Hymns of the Advent #185

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Hymns of the Morning #185

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Our Sunday School #67

Shining Pearls #d4

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Shook's Song Evangelist #143

Sunday School Hymns No.2 #d5

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Sunday School Service Book and Hymnal #157

The Carol #d15

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The Diadem #22

The Dominion Hymnal #d18

The Golden Rule #d16

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The Little Minstrel #40

The Little Sunbeam #d4

The Musical Fountain, Enlarged #d8

The Praise #d13

The Snow-Bird #d5

The St. Alban Hymnal #d29

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The Standard Sunday School Hymnal #194

The Young People's Chorus #d3

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