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Often the clouds of deepest woe

Often the clouds of deepest woe

Author: Caroline Fry
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Caroline Fry

Wilson, Mrs. Caroline (Fry),1787-1846, usage Caroline Fry Wilson, Caroline, née Fry, daughter of a farmer, was born at Tunbridge Wells, Dec. 31, 1787. In 1831 she was married to a Mr. Wilson, and died at Tunbridge Wells, Sept. 17, 1846. Her publications were somewhat numerous, and included a History of England in Verse, 1801; a Poetical Catechism, 1821; Serious Poetry, 1822; Death, and other Poems, 1823, &c. Her Autobiography, Letters, and Remains were published in 1843, and her Table of the Lord in 1859. Her best known hymns are:— 1. For what shall I praise Thee, My God and my King? Thanksgiving in Affliction. In common use in Great Britain and America. 2. Often the clouds of deepest woe. Affliction leading to Glory.… Go to person page >

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First Line: Often the clouds of deepest woe
Author: Caroline Fry



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Hymns for Schools and Families #d78

The Bible Hymn Book #d188

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