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Come, let us away, Far, far to the day

Come, let us away, Far, far to the day

Author: Abiel A. Livermore
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Author: Abiel A. Livermore

Livermore, Abiel Abbot, D.D. was born at Wilton, New Hampshire, Oct. 30, 1811, and graduated at Harvard in Arts, in 1833; and Divinity, 1836. The latter year he was ordained as a Unitarian Minister, and became Pastor at Keene, New Hampshire, 1836; Cincinnati, 1850; Yonkers, New York, 1857. In 1863 he removed to Meadville, Pennsylvania, as the President of the Theological School. Dr. Livermore is the author of various works, and was the chief editor of the Cheshire Pastoral Association's Christian Hymns, 1844, one of the most widely circulated and estimable of American Unitarian collections. To that collection he contributed "A holy air is breathing round" (Holy Communion), which has passed into several collections, including Martineau's Hy… Go to person page >

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First Line: Come, let us away, Far, far to the day
Author: Abiel A. Livermore
Copyright: Public Domain

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Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith #313

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