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Der Herr, mein Hirte, führet mich

Translator: Lotte Sauer, 1836-1887

(no biographical information available about Lotte Sauer, 1836-1887.) Go to person page >

Author: Francis Rous, 1579-1659

Rous, Francis (Rouse), was born at Halton, Cornwall, in 1579, and educated at Oxford. He adopted the legal profession, and way M.P. for Truro during the reigns of James and of Charles I. He also represented Truro in the Long Parliament, and took part against the King and the Bishops. He was appointed a member of the Westminster Assembly; of the High Commission; and of the Triers for examining and licensing candidates for the ministry. He also held other appointments under Cromwell, including that of Provost of Eton College. He died at Acton, Jan. 7, 1659, and was buried in the Chapel of Eton College. Wood, in his Athenae Oxmienses, gives a list of his numerous works. --Excerpts from John Julian, Dictionary… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Der Herr, mein Hirte, führet mich
English Title: The Lord's My Shepherd
Translator: Lotte Sauer, 1836-1887
Author: Francis Rous, 1579-1659
Language: German
Publication Date: 2001
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2001.

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Glaubenslieder #506



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