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Light of ages, shed by man

Author: Percival Chubb

Born: June 17, 1860, De­von­port, De­von, Eng­land. Chubb at­tend­ed the Sta­tion­ers’ School in Lon­don, and joined the ci­vil ser­vice in 1878, in the le­gal de­part­ment of the Lo­cal Go­vern­ment Board. He es­tab­lished a cor­res­pon­dence so­ci­e­ty for man­u­script ex­change called the MS Club (1881), was a mem­ber of the Pro­gress­ive As­so­ci­a­tion, (1882); char­ter mem­ber of the Fa­bi­an Society (1884); joined the Lon­don branch of the Fel­low­ship of the New Life, an in­tel­lec­tu­al di­scuss­ion and st­udy group ded­i­cat­ed to de­vel­op­ing mo­dels of al­ter­na­tive so­ci­e­ties (1884-89); mem­ber of the Ethi­cal So­ci­e­ty (1886). He em­i­grat­ed to Am… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Light of ages, shed by man
Author: Percival Chubb

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Instances

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American Student Hymnal #d171
The Beacon Hymnal #d113
The Beacon Song and Service book #28
We Sing of Life #d47



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