Campbell, Margaret, Lady Cockburn, née Malcolm, eldest daughter of Sir John Malcolm, G.C.B., married, June 20, 1827, to Sir Alexander Thomas Cockburn-Campbell, Bart, (one of the founders of the Plymouth Brethren in England), and died at Alphington, near Exeter, Feb. 6, 1811. Her hymns were printed in lithograph from her manuscript for private circulation. In the Plymouth Brethren Psalms & Hymns, Lond., Walther, 1842, some of these hymns were given, and thus came into common use. The best known is, "Praise ye Jehovah, praise the Lord most holy."
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
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Display Title: Praise Ye JehovahFirst Line: Praise ye Jehovah! praise the Lord most holyTune Title: AUCHINCAIRNAuthor: Margaret C. Campbell, 1827-1841Meter: 11. 10. 11. 10Scripture: Psalm 138:1Date: 2017Subject: God | Praise
Display Title: Praise Ye Jehovah! (Campbell)First Line: Praise ye Jehovah! praise the Lord most holyTune Title: PRAISEAuthor: Margaret M. CampbellMeter: 22.214.171.124Source: First published in Psalms Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, by James G. Deck, 1842
Display Title: Praise Ye Jehovah (Taylor)First Line: Praise ye Jehovah, praise the Lord most holyTune Title: [Praise ye Jehovah, praise the Lord most holy]Author: Alfred TaylorSource: Songs Tried and Proved, edited by Russell E. Conwell & Theodore E. Perkins (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A. J. Rowland, 1896), page 4