I saw the glorious sun arise

I saw the glorious sun arise

Author: Jane Taylor
Published in 13 hymnals

Author: Jane Taylor

Taylor, Jane, the younger of two sisters, was born at London, Sept. 23, 1783. Her gift in writing verse displayed itself at an early age. Her first piece was printed in the Minor's Pocket Book for 1804. Her publications included Display, a tale, 1815; Essays in Rhymes, 1816; and the posthumous work edited by her brother, entitled The Contributions of Q. Q., 1824, being pieces in prose and verse from the Youth's Magazine, to which she had contributed under the signature of "Q. Q." She died at Ongar, Essex, April 13, 1824. Her Memoir and Poetical Remains, were published by her father in 1825. The joint productions of the two sisters, Ann Taylor Gilbert & Jane Taylor, were:-- (1) Original Poems, 1805; (2) Hymns for the Nursery, 1806; (3) Hym… Go to person page >

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First Line: I saw the glorious sun arise
Author: Jane Taylor



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Grammar School Hymn Book #d123
Hymns for Children (2nd ed.) #xxviiiPage Scan
Hymns for Children. 3rd ed. #d8
Hymns for Good Children #d5
Hymns for Infant Minds #d14
Hymns for Infant Minds. Armstrong's 2nd ed. #d19
Hymns for the Nursery #d4
Portsmouth Sunday School Hymn Book #d72
The American Baptist Sabbath-School Hymn-Book #510Page Scan
The Baptist Sabbath School Hymn Book #d176
The Child's Song Book: for the use of schools and families; being a selection of favourite aires, with hymns and moral songs, suitable for infant instruction #91aPage Scan
The Good Child's Little Hymn Book #d3
The School Hymn-Book: for normal, high, and grammar schools #94Page Scan
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