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One bright flower has drooped and faded

One bright flower has drooped and faded

Author: R. C. Waterston
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: R. C. Waterston

Waterston, Robert Cassie, M.A., son of Robert Waterston, was born at Kennebunk, in 1812, but has resided from his infancy at Boston, Massachusetts. He studied Theology at Cambridge; had for five years the charge of a Sunday school for the children of seamen; was associated for several years with the Pitts Street Unitarian Chapel, Boston; and then pastor for seven years of the Unitarian Church of the Saviour in the same city. Much of his time has been given to literature, and a long list of his papers of various kinds is given in Putnam's Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith, 1874. He also interested himself largely in educational matters. He contributed one hymn to the American Unitarian Cheshire Pastoral Association Christian Hymns, 1844… Go to person page >

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First Line: One bright flower has drooped and faded
Author: R. C. Waterston

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Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith #411

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