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Good Lord, the valleys laugh and sing

Good Lord, the valleys laugh and sing

Author: Charles D. Bell
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Charles D. Bell

Bell, Charles Dent, D.D., son of Henry Humphrey Bell, born at Warwick Lodge, Magherafelt, Ireland, on 10th February, 1818, and educated at the Royal Academy, Edinburgh, and the Royal School, Dungannon, and Trinity College, Dublin, graduating B.A., 1842, M.A., 1852, and D.D., 1878. Having taken Holy Orders, he was successively Curate of Hampton in Arden, and St. Mary's Chapel, Reading, and of St. Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings, 1846; Incumbent of St. John's Chapel, Hampstead, 1854; Vicar of Ambleside, 1861; with Rydal, 1872; and Rector of Cheltenham, 1872. In 1869 he was also appointed Hon. Canon of Carlisle Cathedral. Dr. Bell's works include Night Scenes from the Bible, 1861; Hills that bring Peace, 1872; The Saintly Calling, 1873; Voices… Go to person page >

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First Line: Good Lord, the valleys laugh and sing
Author: Charles D. Bell


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Hymnal of the Evangelical Church. Word ed. #d204

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