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God of union, God of love

God of union, God of love

Author: John P. Clapham
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: John P. Clapham

Clapham, John Peele, was born at Leeds, July 7th, 1801, and educated privately, and at the Fulneck Moravian School, and the Protestant Free Church Grammar School, Manchester. He was a magistrate for the West Hiding of Yorkshire, and Treasurer of the County Courts in Yorkshire. He was a member of the Congregational body, and took a warm interest in their religious and philanthropic work. Burley, Harrowgate and Ilkley were specially benefited by his zeal and munificence. His interest in Sunday Schools commenced at an early age, and continued to his death, on Nov. 19, 1875. In 1833 he edited the Leeds Sunday School Hymn Book, and also the revised edition, 1862. To this work he contributed the following hymns under the signature of " J. P. C.":… Go to person page >

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First Line: God of union, God of love
Author: John P. Clapham

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