Little pebble

Author: Rossiter W. Raymond

Raymond, Rossiter Worthington, PH.D., was b. in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 27,1840. He graduated at Brooklyn Polytechnic, 1858, and also studied in Germany. He served in the Civil War of 1861-4 with the grade of Captain. Since then he has practised in New York as a consulting mining engineer. He was editor of the American Journal of Mining, and is a contributor to scientific literature. He has also written stories for children, a Paraphrase of Job, and some fugitive poetry. His hymns in common use include:— 1. Far out on the desolate billow. [God everywhere.] Written for the German tune, "Ich weiss nicht was soil es bedeuten," and published in The Plymouth Hymnal, 1894. 2. Morning red, Morning red. [Easter.] Written to the tune"… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O what can you tell, little pebble
Title: Little pebble
Author: Rossiter W. Raymond
Refrain First Line: O, thus to the love of God

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 9 of 9)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Book of Praise for the Sunday School: with hymns and tunes appropriate for the prayer meeting and the home circle #14Page Scan
Christian Songs: for the Sunday School #142Page Scan
Glorious Tidings #d103
Plymouth Sunday-School Hymnal #d145
Songs of Gladness for the Sabbath School #6aAudioPage Scan
The Clariona #d157
The Epworth Hymnal: containing standard hymns of the Church, songs for the Sunday-School, songs for social services, songs for the home circle, songs for special occasions #285Page Scan
The Sabbath Hour #d61
The Standard Sunday School Hymnal #224Page Scan



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