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Speak Gently

Speak gently to the erring one

Author: F. G. Lee
Published in 14 hymnals

Author: F. G. Lee

Lee, Frederick George, D.D., born in 1832, educated at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford (S. C. L. 1854), and Vicar of All Saints, Lambeth, since 1867. Author of a large number of works (see Crockford, 1891). His hymns "Laud the grace of God victorious" (St. Alban), and "When day's shadows lengthen" (Old Age), appeared in the People's Hymnal, 1867. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Speak gently to the erring one
Title: Speak Gently
Author: F. G. Lee
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 14 of 14)
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A Collection of Spiritual Hymns #391

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Christian Hymnal, a Collection of Hymns and Sacred Songs Suitable for Use in Public Worship #162

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Church and Sunday School Hymnal with Supplement #364

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Hymns and Tunes #448

Little Light No. 2 for Little Folks #d46

Peerless Hymns #d189

Rescue Hymns #d79

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The Brethren Hymnal #497

The Church Hymn Book #d880

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The Revival No. 2 #270

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The Seed Sower #19

The Union Harp and Revival Chorister. Rev ed. #d329

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The Young People's Chorister #92

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