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See in the vineyard of the Lord

See in the vineyard of the Lord

Author: Rebecca Wilkinson
Published in 31 hymnals

Author: Rebecca Wilkinson

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Text Information

First Line: See in the vineyard of the Lord
Author: Rebecca Wilkinson

Notes

See in the vineyard of the Lord. [The barren Fig-tree; or, Close of the Year.] This hymn is given in 6 st. of 4 1. at the close of Sermon xvii. of Short Sermons to Children, to which are added Short Hymns suited to the Subject. By a Lady [Rebecca Wilkinson]. London: Printed and Sold by the Philanthropic Society, St. George's Fields, n.d., [circa 1795]. It appeared in an improved form in the 1815 Appendix to T. Cotterill's Selection, No. 208, in 5 stanzas of 4 lines, and again in the 1819 edition of the same, No. 205. It is in several collections in Great Britain and America, and is sometimes said to be by "Cotterill, based upon Doddridge;" and again by "Cotterill, based upon Harbottle." It has, however, little or nothing in common with any hymn by Doddridge; nor with Harbottle's, "See how the fruitless figtree stands," which appeared in The Comprehensive Rippon, 1844, though probably written sometime before that date.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

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Instances

Instances (1 - 31 of 31)

A Collection of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion #d221

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A Collection of Hymns, for the use of the United Brethren in Christ #200

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A Collection of Sacred Song #17(H49)

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A Collection of Sacred Song #17(H49)

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A Collection of Spiritual Hymns #325

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Church Poetry #173

Hymns for Schools and Families #d91

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Hymns of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States, as authorized by the General Convention #49

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Hymns Recommended for use in the Reformed Episcopal Church #228

Living Hymns #11a

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New Union Hymns #102

Prison Hymn Book #d297

Sabbath School and Social Hymns of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the U.S.A. #d218

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Selections from the Psalms of David in Metre #H49

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Sunday School Hymn Book. (19th ed) #138

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Sunday-School Hymns #345

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The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book #316

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The Baptist Praise Book #581

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The Baptist Psalmody #386

The Church Hymn Book #d834

The Garner #d101

The Halifax Selection of Hymns #d350

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The Lecture-Room Hymn-Book #H49

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The Psalmist #456

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The Psalmist #456

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The Psalmody #394

The School Psalter #d226

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