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Be of good cheer, O soul

Be of good cheer, O soul

Author: Epes Sargent
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Epes Sargent

Sargent, Epes. (Gloucester, Massachusetts, September 27, 1813--December 30, 1880, Boston, Mass.). He was a Universalist layman, a journalist by profession. In "The Press," (1859), he printed his translation of "Dies Irae" beginning, "Day of ire, that day impending." He also wrote a hymn beginning "All souls, O Lord, are thine," which was included in Church Harmonies (1873), in Hymns of the Church (1917), and in Hymns of the Spirit (1937). --Henry Wilder Foote, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: Be of good cheer, O soul
Author: Epes Sargent



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