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Beyond the dark river of death

Author: Emily Huntington Miller

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 >

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First Line: Beyond the dark river of death
Author: Emily Huntington Miller
Refrain First Line: No night in that beautiful home

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Chapel Gems for Sunday Schools: selected from The Snow Bird, Red Bird, Dove and Blue Bird, and from Linnet (Enl. ed.) #111Page Scan
Chapel Gems: Enlarged Edition #d10
Every Sabbath: a new collection of music adapted to the wants and capacities of Sunday-schools, the home circle and devotional gatherings #50Page Scan
International Singing Annual for Sabbath Schools #d8
Joy and Gladness #d13
Joy and Gladness for the Sunday School and Home #d13
New Silver Song #d9
Singing Annual for Sabbath Schools 1874 #d9
The Welcome: a collection of songs, hymns, chants, anthems and choruses,for the Sabbath school and home sircle #107Page Scan
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