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Come, all ye tribes of ransomed men

Come, all ye tribes of ransomed men

Author: Sebastian Streeter
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Sebastian Streeter

Streeter, Rev. Sebastian. (North Adams, Massachusetts, April 15, 1783--June 2, 1867, Newtonville, Mass.). A Universalist minister in New England, his longest pastorate was with the First Universalist Church, Boston, 1824-1854. He was one of the compilers of the hymn book Hymns composed by different authors, by order of the General Convention of Universalists in New England (1808), to which he contributed 46 hymns, and, with this brother, Russell Streeter, he compiled The New Hymn Book designed for Universalist Societies (Boston, 1829), which was widely used. Four of his hymns are included in Chursth Harmonies: New and Old, 1895: 1. A King shall reign in righteousness, 2. Here in thy temple, Lord, we meet, 3. Join every heart and every… Go to person page >

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Author: Sebastian Streeter

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