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Pilgrim, bend thy footsteps on

Pilgrim, bend thy footsteps on

Author: S. F. Jones
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: S. F. Jones

Jones, Samuel Flood, M.A., son of William Jones, for many years the Secretary of the Religious Tract Society, was born in London in 1826, and educated at Pembroke College, Oxford (B.A. 1851). Taking Holy Orders he was Minister of St. Matthew's, Spring Gardens, London, 1854-76; Lecturer of Bow, London, 1858-76; Minor Canon, Westminster Abbey, 1859; Precentor, 1869; Vicar of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London, 1876; and Priest in Ordinary to the Queen, 1869. In 1860 he published Hymns of Prayer and Praise, Lond., Dalton & Lucy. This book contained 100 hymns, of which the following were by Mr. Jones:— 1. Here all is strife and war. The Present and the Future. 2. Jesus, my Advocate in heaven. Jesus the Advocate. This is adapted from "Star… Go to person page >

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First Line: Pilgrim, bend thy footsteps on
Author: S. F. Jones



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