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How long, O Lord, how long, Shall on my spirit rest

How long, O Lord, how long, Shall on my spirit rest

Author: Sarah Elizabeth Miles
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Sarah Elizabeth Miles

Miles, Elizabeth, nee Appleton, was born at Boston, U.S.A,, March 28, 1807, and married in 1833 to Solomon P. Miles, Head Master of the Boston High School, and afterwards the Principal of a private school for young ladies in the same city. He died in 1842. On leaving Boston, Mrs. Miles went to reside with her son at Brattleborough, Vermont. Her principal hymns are:— 1. The earth all light and loveliness. Part i. Summer. 2. When on devotion's seraph wing. Part ii., st. v., vii. Foretaste of Heaven. These two parts appeared as one hymn in The Christian Examiner, 1828. 3. Thou Who didst stoop below. Looking unto Jesus. Appeared in The Christian Examiner, 1827. Sometimes it begins with st. ii., "It was no path of… Go to person page >

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First Line: How long, O Lord, how long, Shall on my spirit rest
Author: Sarah Elizabeth Miles
Copyright: Public Domain

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