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O Christ, with all thy members one

O Christ, with all thy members one

Author: R. A. Bertram
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: R. A. Bertram

Bertram, Robert Aitken, son of Rev. J. M. Bertram, D.D., of St. Helena, born at Hanley, 1830, and educated at Owen's College, Manchester, and as a Congregational minister has laboured in St. Helena, Manchester, Barnstaple, Nottingham and Llanelly. Mr. Bertram is author of several works, including A Dictionary of Poetical Illustrations, 1877: A Homiletic Encyclopaedia of Illustrations in Theology and Morals, 1880 and was also one of the editors of The Cavendish Hymnal, prepared in 1864 for the use of the congregation of Rev. Joseph Parker, D.D., at that time minister of Cavendish Chapel, Manchester. To that collection he contributed, under the initials "R. A. B.," the following hymns, several of which have passed into other hymn-books:— 1… Go to person page >

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Author: R. A. Bertram
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