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O, ever swaying, conscious soul

O, ever swaying, conscious soul

Author: W. M. Fernald
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: W. M. Fernald

Fernald, Woodbury Melcher. (Portsmouth, New Hampshire, March 21, 1873--December 10, 1873, Boston, Massachusetts). He entered the Universalist ministry in 1835 and served churches of that denomination in Newburyport and Chicopee, Massachusetts, and elsewhere, for a few years. He then became a Unitarian, without entering the ministry of that denomination, and eventually joined the Swedenborgian Church of the New Jerusalem in Boston. He did some traveling on behalf of this body, as far west as Wisconsin, in intervals of employment at the Custom House and, later, at the Post Office in Boston. He was author of books and essays, most of them expositions of Swedenborgian doctrine, and of a small amount of occasional verse, published in the periodi… Go to person page >

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Author: W. M. Fernald



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