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Hither, bright angels, wing your flight

Hither, bright angels, wing your flight

Author: James T. Fields
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: James T. Fields

Fields, James Thomas, born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Dec. 31, 1816; was for some years a partner in the Boston publishing firm of Ticknor and Fields, and also the editor of the Atlantic Monthly from 1862 to 1870. From the 1854 edition of his Poems, Putnam has given 13 pieces in his Singers and Songs, &c, 1874, p. 437, one of which, "Thou Who hast called our being here "(Child's Hymn), has come into common use. He died April 24, 1881. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)… Go to person page >

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First Line: Hither, bright angels, wing your flight
Author: James T. Fields

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Good Will Songs #244

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Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith #455

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