I am a little soldier

Author: Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers

Jersey, Margaret Elizabeth Villiers, née Leigh, Countess of, eldest daughter of Lord Leigh, of Stoneleigh, in the county of Warwick, was born Oct. 29,1849, and in 1872 was married to the Earl of Jersey. In 1871 the Religious Tract Society published a small collection of her hymns and poems under the title of Hymns and Poems for very Little Children. A second series under the same title appeared in 1875. They "were mostly written by Lady Jersey before she married, for the use of a little sister, it being difficult to find hymns composed in language simple enough for a very young child." And certainly they are distinguished by a charming simplicity both of thought and language. Six of these hymns were included in W. R. Stevenson's School Hy… Go to person page >

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First Line: I am a little soldier
Author: Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gospel Songs and Hymns No. 1 #160Page Scan
Hosanna for the Sunday School #39Page Scan
Hymnal for Primary Classes: a collection of hymns and tunes, recitations and exercises, being a manual for primary Sunday-schools #218Page Scan
Infant Praises: a collection of sacred songs, hymns, and music, for use in the Sabbath school primary department #31Page Scan
Prayer and Praise Book #d63
Song Life for Sunday Schools #d65
Songs of Delight, for the Sunday School #36Page Scan
The Brilliant: a cluster of song brilliants for Sunday schools. Including a tempernace department #119Page Scan
The Garner #d39
The Palm of Victory: for the Bible School #9Page Scan
The Standard Sunday School Hymnal #297Page Scan
White Robes for the Sunday School: a choice new collection of songs, quartets, and choruses for Sunday-Schools, devotional meetings, and the home circle #27Page Scan



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