Enfield, William , LL.D., born at Sudbury, Suffolk, March 29, 1741, of poor parents. Through the assistance of Mr. Hextall, the local Dissenting Minister, at 17 he entered the Daventry Academy under Dr. Ashworth. His first pastorate was of the congregation at Benn's Garden, Liverpool, to which he ministered from 1763 to 1770. In conjunction with Rev. J. Brekell of Key St. chapel, he edited
A New Collection of Psalms proper for Christian Worship, in three parts. I. Psalms of David, &c. II. Psalms of Praise to God. III. Psalms on various Subjects. Liverpool. Printed in the year 1764. Known as the Liverpool Old Collection; Later eds., 1767, 1770, 1787. In this last, 60 more hymns are added to the 3rd part.
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Display Title: O Thou! through all thy works adoredFirst Line: O Thou! through all thy works adoredAuthor: EnfieldMeter: L. M.Date: 1835Subject: General Praise and Thanksgiving | Praise to the Lord of nature
Display Title: O thou, through all thy works adoredFirst Line: O thou, through all thy works adoredMeter: L. M.Date: 1827Subject: Greatness of God in the elements | ; In a thunder-storm | ; Praise to the Lord of nature |