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O Jesu dear, give me thy grace

O Jesu dear, give me thy grace

Author: William Hunnis
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: William Hunnis

Hunnis, William, a gentleman of the Chapel Royal under Edward VI., and afterwards Master of the Children in the reign of Elizabeth. In addition to his Psalm versions of 1550 and 1555, he published A Handful of Honeysuckles and A Hive Full of Honey, being paraphrases of various portions of Holy Scripture. Some of his pieces are reprinted in E. Farr's Select Poetry chiefly Devotional of the Reign of Q. Elizabeth. (Parker Society.) [No. 11.] He died June 6, 1597. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: O Jesu dear, give me thy grace
Author: William Hunnis



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