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Death what a solemn word to all

Death what a solemn word to all

Author: John Bulmer
Tune: LIBERTY HALL
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: John Bulmer

Bulmer, John, born in Yorkshire in 1784, educated for the Congregational Ministry at the Rotherham (Masborough) Independent College, and successively pastor at Haverford-west, Rugelcy, Bristol, Newbury, and Langrove, near Ross. He died in 1857. He composed a few hymns, and compiled:— (1) Hymns, Original and Select, 1834; (2) Hymns and Evangelical Songs for the use of Sunday Schools; (3) Original Hymns intended to be sung at the Public Meetings and other Services of Temperance Societies, 1836; and (4) Beauties of the Vicar of Llandovery: Light from the Welshman's Candle; being translated from the Welsh of Poems by Rees Prichard (died 1644), (2nd edition, 1830). . From his Collection of 1834 the following are still in common use:— 1.… Go to person page >

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Author: John Bulmer

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