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O send thy light, thy truth, my God

O send thy light, thy truth, my God

Author: Henry March
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Author: Henry March

March, Henry was born at Barnstaple, Aug. 29, 1791, and educated for the Congregational ministry at Homerton College under Dr. J. Pye-Smith. He held pastorates at Bungay, Mill Hill, Colchester, and Newbury. He died in London, July 28, 1869. His published works are:— (1) Sabbaths at Home, or Help to their right Improvement, Founded on the 42nd and 43rd Psalms, London, 1820; 2nd ed. 1824. This work consists of Essays on religious subjects, followed by Reflections and Hymns. (2) Hymns for the Closet of the Christian Minister, London, 1823. (3) The Early Life of Christ an Example for the Young. Of his hymns in common use the best are:— 1. Eternal God, eternal King. Adoration of the Father. In Conder's Congregational Hymn Book, 18… Go to person page >

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Author: Henry March
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