Our Father, here again we raise

Our Father, here again we raise

Author: Thomas Gray
Published in 11 hymnals

Author: Thomas Gray

Born: February 14, 1803, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, Massachusetts. Died: March 6, 1849, Boston, Massachusetts. Gray, Thomas, jun., M.D., was b. at Jamaica Plain Roxbury, Massachusetts, Feb. 4, 1803, and educated at Harvard College, where he graduated in 1823. After visiting England and the Continent ho took his M.D. in 1827, and commenced the practice of medicine in Boston, U.S.A. He subsequently exchanged the practice of medicine for that of chemistry. He died in Boston, March 6, 1849. His hymns were mainly written for children, and for occasional services. They are of more than ordinary merit, and are much used by the Unitarians, of which body Dr. Gray was a member. They include:— 1. Good-night, good-night, our song is said. Ev… Go to person page >

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First Line: Our Father, here again we raise
Author: Thomas Gray



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A Service Book: with a selection of tunes and hymns for Sabbath schools (6th ed.) #27Page Scan
Boston Sunday School Hymn Book. 5th ed. #d96
Children's Praise: a book of prayers and hymns for the children of the church #23Page Scan
Mission Songs: a collection of hymns and music, designed for Sabbath schools #146Page Scan
Selected Hymns for the Use of Children in Families or Sunday School #d82
Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith #174Page Scan
Sunday School Singing Book #d23
The American Baptist Sabbath-School Hymn-Book #346Page Scan
The Baptist Sabbath School Hymn Book #d306
The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book: with devotional exercises. (Rev. ed.) #1Page Scan
The New Village Harmony #d91
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