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Come and taste along with me, the weary pilgrims consolation

Come and taste along with me, the weary pilgrims consolation

Author: Caleb Jarvis Taylor
Tune: WEARY PILGRIM
Published in 23 hymnals

Author: Caleb Jarvis Taylor

Caleb Jarvis Taylor was a Methodist minister, songwriter, author, and schoolteacher in Kentucky. Born Roman Catholic he converted before the age of 20. He organized early Methodist congregations in northeast Kentucky and supplied camp meeting songs during the Great Revival. He was born June 20, 1763, in St. Mary’s County, Maryland, and died June 6, 1816 in Maysville, Kentucky. Chris Hoh, from "The Early Camp Meeting Song Writers," Methodist Quarterly Review, 1859, Vol. XLI, Fourth Series, XI, April, p 401-413; The History of Methodism in Kentucky by a. H. Redford, p 128-134; Mt. Gilead Methodist Meeting House," Hopewell Museum website (www.hopewellmuseum.org) Go to person page >

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First Line: Come and taste along with me, the weary pilgrims consolation
Author: Caleb Jarvis Taylor
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Sacred Harp #326

Include 22 pre-1979 instances
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