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Night's sable wing is folding

Night's sable wing is folding

Author: Robert Edgar
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Robert Edgar

Rv Alexander Robert Edgar United Kingdom 1850-1914. Born in Tipperary, Ireland, his family migrated to Melbourne, Australia, in 1855, where he went to All Saints School. In 1857 the family moved to St. Arnaud, where he attended day school to age 14. He was successively pupil-teacher, gold prospector, tutor, prospector again, and assistant to the district surveyor. Although Anglican, he was influenced to join the Methodist church in 1867. In 1869 he worked with his father at mining. Later, as a lay preacher, he gave his first sermon at Concongella Creek. He attended Wesley College in 1872 and was appointed to Kangaroo Flat in 1874, and in Inglewood in 1876, during which time 17 new churches were built. In 1878 he married Katharine H… Go to person page >

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First Line: Night's sable wing is folding
Author: Robert Edgar
Refrain First Line: Tell them of Jesus
Copyright: Public Domain


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Songs of the Bible for the Sunday School #102

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