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Jesus Immanuel, thou shalt our leader be

Jesus Immanuel, thou shalt our leader be

Author: Thomas Rawson Taylor
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Thomas Rawson Taylor

Taylor, Thomas Rawson, son of the Rev. Thomas Taylor, some time Congregational Minister at Bradford, Yorkshire, was born at Ossett, near Wakefield, May 9, 1807, and educated at the Free School, Bradford, and the Leaf Square Academy, Manchester. From the age of 15 to 18 he was engaged, first in a merchant's, and then in a printer's office. Influenced by strong religious desires, he entered the Airedale Independent College at 18, to prepare for the Congregational ministry. His first and only charge was Howard Street Chapel, Sheffield. This he retained about six months, entering upon the charge in July 1830, and leaving it in the January following. For a short time he acted as classical tutor at Airedale College, but the failure of health whi… Go to person page >

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First Line: Jesus Immanuel, thou shalt our leader be
Author: Thomas Rawson Taylor

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Asaph #d136

The American Tune Book (Carmina Sacra, enlarged) #d192

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