Blest is the man, whom thou, O Lord

Blest is the man, whom thou, O Lord

Author: Nahum Tate
Published in 20 hymnals

Author: Nahum Tate

Nahum Tate was born in Dublin and graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1672. He lacked great talent but wrote much for the stage, adapting other men's work, really successful only in a version of King Lear. Although he collaborated with Dryden on several occasions, he was never fully in step with the intellectual life of his times, and spent most of his life in a futile pursuit of popular favor. Nonetheless, he was appointed poet laureate in 1692 and royal historiographer in 1702. He is now known only for the New Version of the Psalms of David, 1696, which he produced in collaboration with Nicholas Brady. Poverty stricken throughout much of his life, he died in the Mint at Southwark, where he had taken refuge from his creditors… Go to person page >

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First Line: Blest is the man, whom thou, O Lord
Author: Nahum Tate

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A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Publick Worship #P.XCIV

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A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Publick Worship (2nd ed.) #P.XCIV

A Selection of Psalms and Hymns for Every Sunday ... Diocese of Quebec #d12

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A Selection of Psalms and Hymns, for the use of Sunday Schools #S22

Cantica Laudis: or, the American Book of Church Music #d40

Church Melodies, a Collection of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs #d137

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Church Psalmody: a Collection of Psalms and Hymns adapted to public worship #P94.2

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Church Psalmody: a Collection of Psalms and Hymns Adapted to Public Worship #P94b

Templi Carmina #d30

The Christian Psalter #d71

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The Congregational Hymn Book: for the service of the sanctuary #702

The Sabbath Hymn Book. Baptist ed. #d100

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