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Farewell, my friends, I must be gone

Farewell, my friends, I must be gone

Author: Samuel Crossman
Tune: MORNING STAR
Published in 19 hymnals

Author: Samuel Crossman

Crossman, Samuel , B.D. From A. Wood's Athenae Oxonienses (1720, vol. ii. p. 730) we gather all that is known of this hymnwriter. Wood says concerning him:— "Samuel Crossman, Bachelor of Divinity of Cambridge, and Prebendary of Bristol, son of Samuel Crossman, of Bradfield Monachorum, in Suffolk. He hath written and published several things, as The Young Man's Monitor, &c, London, 1664, 8vo., and several sermons, among which are two sermons preached in the Cathedral of Bristol, 30th Jan., 1679, and 30th Jan., 1680, being the days of public humiliation for the execrable murder of King Charles I, printed at London, 1681, &c.; also a sermon preached 23rd April, 1680, in the Cathedral Church of Bristol, before the Gentlemen of the Artill… Go to person page >

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First Line: Farewell, my friends, I must be gone
Author: Samuel Crossman

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Instances

Instances (1 - 19 of 19)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
A Collection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Use of the Pious of All Denominations #d22
A Selection of Hymns & Psalms: from the most approved authors: principally from Watts & Rippon: together with originals #368Page Scan
A Selection of Psalms and Hymns: done under the appointment of the Philadelphian Association (4th ed.) #A46Page Scan
Christian Psalms and Hymns to Aid in Public and Private Devotion #d227
The Baptist Harmony #d103
The Baptist Harmony #d103
The Baptist Hymn Book: comprising a large and choice collection of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, adapted to the faith and order of the Old School, or Primitive Baptists (2nd stereotype Ed.) #822Page Scan
The Camp Meeting Hymn Book: containing the most approved hymns and spiritual songs Used by the Methodist Connexion in the United States #36Page Scan
The Choice: in two parts. Part I containing psalms and hymns, Part II, containing spiritual songs. Designed for public and private worship #S145
The Choice: in two parts; Part I, containing Psalms and hymns, Part II, containing spiritual songs; designed for public and private worship (6th ed.) #S145Page Scan
The Christian Hymn Book #d156
The Christian Hymn Book (Ohio Auglaize Christian Conference) #d72
The Christian Hymn Book. 7th ed. #d159
The Christian Hymn-Book (Corr. and Enl., 3rd. ed.) #213Page Scan
The Christian Psalmist: being a collection of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs compiled from the most approved authors, and designed as a standard hymn book for public and social worship #S98Page Scan
The Dover Selection of Spiritual Songs #d71
The Dover Selection of Spiritual Songs, with an Appendix of Choice Hymns #d68
The Primitive Hymns, Spiritual Songs and Sacred Poems Regularly Selected, Classified and Set in Order ... Stereotype ed. #d160
The Social Harp #138



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