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Na Pátria Celeste

Author: John Howard Payne

Payne, John Howard. (New York, N.Y., April 1, 1791--April 1, 1852, Tunis). American actor, playwright, and diplomat. After a successful career in America, London, and Paris he was appointed American consul in Tunis in 1841. He adapted many plays, wrote a few original ones, and edited several short-lived magazines. There are several biographies. --Leonard Ellinwood, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Translator: Henry Maxwell Wright

Born in Lisbon, 7 December 1849 to English parents who were Christians. He returned to England and worked in business. After helping Dwight Moody in evangelism campaigns in England in 1874 and 1875 he abandoned his business career and became an evangelist in England and Scotland. He returned to Portugal on several occasions for evangelism meetings and wrote many hymns in Portuguese. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Na pátria celeste, de Deus doce lar
Title: Na Pátria Celeste
English Title: Home, Sweet Home
Author: John Howard Payne (1823)
Translator: Henry Maxwell Wright (1912)
Language: Portuguese
Publication Date: 1991
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1991.



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