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How pleasant here each day to meet

How pleasant here each day to meet

Author: P. H. Sweetser
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: P. H. Sweetser

Sweetser, Paul H. (South Reading, Massachusetts, September 23, 1807--June 11, 1872, South Reading, Mass.). A school teacher in Boston and Charlestown, Mass., editor and writer. A Universalist layman, author of a hymn included in Church Harmonies: New and Old, 1895, beginning "Hark! the voice of choral song." --Henry Wilder Foote, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: How pleasant here each day to meet
Author: P. H. Sweetser


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Hymns of Progress #d70

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