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If there's a time completely blest

If there's a time completely blest

Author: Albert G. Palmer
Tune: ORTONVILLE
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: Albert G. Palmer

Palmer, Albert G. (North Stonington, Connecticut, May 11, 1813--June 30, 1891, Stonington). Baptist. Classical and theological study at Kingston and Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and Andover, Massachusetts. Pastorates at Westerly, R.I., 1837-1843; Stonington, Conn., 1843-1852; First Baptist Church, Syracuse, New York, 1852-1855; Birdgeport, Conn., 1855-1858; Wakefield, R.I., 1858-1861; Stonington, 1861-1891. Published Psalms of Faith and Songs of Life (1884). Author of "If there's a time completely blest" in Select Hymns, Lindsley and Davis publishers, 1836. Translated Latin hymn of Musculus entitled "The Dying Christian to his Soul." Poet John G. Whittier said of Psalms of Faith and Songs of Life that "the religious pieces are especially valuab… Go to person page >

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First Line: If there's a time completely blest
Author: Albert G. Palmer
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances (1 - 7 of 7)

A New and Choice Selection of Hymns for Social Worship and Pravate Devotion #d52

Christian Psalms and Hymns to Aid in Public and Private Devotion #d431

Select Hymns #d215

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