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Herr der Ehren, dein zu werden

Herr der Ehren, dein zu werden

Translator: W. Schaller; Author: Eliza S. Alderson
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Translator: W. Schaller

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Author: Eliza S. Alderson

Alderson, Eliza Sibbald, née Dykes, granddaughter of the Rev. Thomas Dykes, of Hull, and sister of the Rev. Dr. Dykes, born in 1818, and married, in 1850, to the Rev. W. T. Alderson, some time chaplain to the West Riding House of Correction, Wakefield. Mrs. Alderson is the author of the following hymns, the first of which is likely to attain a commanding position:— 1. And now, beloved Lord, Thy soul resigning. [Passiontide.] A hymn of more than usual merit, in 6 stanzas of 4 lines, written in 1868 at the request of Dr. Dykes. In 1875, stanzas i., ii., v. and vi., were given in the revised edition of Hymns Ancient & Modern, No. 121, with a special tune Commendation by Dr. Dykes. The full original text is restored in Thring's… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Herr der Ehren, dein zu werden
Translator: W. Schaller
Author: Eliza S. Alderson
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Selah Song Book (Das Sela Gesangbuch) #d250

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