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Death is no more a frightful foe

Death is no more a frightful foe

Author: William Wales Horne
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: William Wales Horne

Home, William Wales, born in 1773 at Gissing, in Norfolk. In 1793 he became minister of a small Baptist Church at Tibenham, in the same county; thence removed, in 1797, to Yarmouth, thence to Leicester, and about 1806, to London. In London he preached first at the City Chapel, in Grub Street; then, for many years, at Trinity Hall, Aldersgate Street, and Hephzibah Chapel, Limehouse, taking services every Sunday at both places; finally (the two congregations having united) at Ebenezer Chapel, Commercial Road. Whilst pastor of this church he died, in 1826. Whilst minister at Tibenham, Home published a small volume entitled New Songs of Sion; or Short Hymns collected from the Scriptures of the Old Testament, London, Mathews, 1794. In 1802, whe… Go to person page >

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First Line: Death is no more a frightful foe
Author: William Wales Horne



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