In thy furrow, darksome grave

In thy furrow, darksome grave

Author: J. East
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: J. East

East, John, sometime Curate of St. Michael's, Bath, and Rector of Croscombe, Somerset, pub.:— (1) Psalmody for the Churches: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns arranged for Public Worship in the Churches and Chapels throughout the Rectory of Bath, &c, 1838. (2) The Sabbath Harp, a collection of Sacred Poetry, n.d.; and (3) My Saviour; or, Devotional Meditations in Prose and Verse, 3rd ed., 1836. The following hymns by this author have come into common use:— 1. Come unto Me, ye weary, come. Invitation and Response. In his Sabbath Harp, n.d., in 4 stanzas of 4 lines, and signed "J. E." 2. Lord of the Soul and its light. The Light of Life. From the Sabbath Harp into a few American hymnals. 3. There is a fold whence none can st… Go to person page >

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First Line: In thy furrow, darksome grave
Author: J. East
Copyright: Public Domain

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