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Brethren and sisters we must part

Brethren and sisters we must part

Author: William Sanders; Author: Hugh Bourne
Published in 12 hymnals

Author: William Sanders

Sanders, William, a Primitive Methodist minister, who was alive in 1881, but concerning whom we have no later information, left the home connexion after some years of labour, and undertook pastoral duty at Pottsville, U.S.A., in 1838. In the early days of the Primitive Methodist movement Sanders assisted H. Bourne (p. 165, i.) in compiling the hymn-books for the use of the Connexion. In hymn-writing they often worked together, and numerous hymns in the old collections of the denomination are signed jointly as, "H. B. & W. S.," and again as “W. S. & H. B." In the Primitive Methodist Hymnal of 1887 the following hymns are by him from the Collection of Hymns for Camp Meetings, &c, 1821, in which they are signed "W. S.":— 1. Behold, what… Go to person page >

Author: Hugh Bourne

Bourne, Hugh, the principal founder of the Primitive Methodist Society, and the editor of their first hymn-books, was born at Fordhays, Stoke-on-Trent, April 3, 1772. His father, Joseph Bourne, a person in humble circumstances, was a member of the Church of England, whilst his mother belonged to the Wesleyan Society. His education, for his circumstances, was fairly good; and by earnest application to study he acquired some knowledge of Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. His mind was of a strongly devotional cast, and the Methodist movement of those days had such attractions for him that he joined himself thereto in 1709. The following year he went to reside near the Mow Cop Colliery, near Burslem, where he had secured an engagement. There, with two… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Brethren and sisters we must part
Author: William Sanders
Author: Hugh Bourne

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 12 of 12)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
A Collection of Hymns: for camp meetings, revivals, &c., for the use of the Primitive Methodists #L464Page Scan
A Collection of Spiritual Hymns: adapted to the Various Kinds of Christian Worship, and especially designed for the use of the Brethren in Christ. 2nd ed. #914Page Scan
A Prayer Meeting and Revival Hymn Book . 27th ed. #d59
Hymns and Poetry for the Young #d17
Revival Hymns ... with a Supplement. 2nd ed. #d33
Revival Hymns. 8th ed. #d2
Supplement to the Church Harmony ... Adapted to the German Hymn Books of the Various Religious Denominations #d2
The American Church Harp: containing a choice selection of hymns and tunes comprising a variety of meters, well adapted to all Christian churches, singing schools, and private families #92Page Scan
The Church Harp #d10
The Church Harp. Rev. ed. #d14
The Church Hymn Book #d123
The Union Harp and Revival Chorister. Rev ed. #d44



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