Author: Ambrose N. Blatchford
Blatchford, Ambrose Nichols, B.A., born at Plymouth, 1842, and educated for the Unitarian Ministry at Manchester New College, London. He also graduated at the London University as B.A. In 1866, he became junior colleague to the late Rev. William James, Minister of Lewin's Mead Meeting, Bristol, and on the death of Mr. James, in 1876, the sole pastor. Mr. Blatchford's hymns were written for the Sunday School anniversary services at Lewin's Mead Meeting, on the dates given below, and were adapted to existing melodies. They were first printed as fly-leaves and include:—
1. A gladsome hymn of praise we sing. Praise. 1876.
2. Awake to the duty, prepare for the strife. Duty. 1878.
3. Lord, without Thy constant blessing. Divine Help. 1… Go to person page >