Tell us, ye servants of the Lord

Tell us, ye servants of the Lord

Author: William Staughton
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: William Staughton

Staughton, William. (Coventry, Warwickshire, England, January 4, 1770--December 12, 1829, Washington, D.C.). Baptist. Son of Sutton and Keziah Staughton. Bristol College, 1792; honorary D.D. from Princeton College, 1798. Pastorates at Georgetown, South Carolina, 1793-1795; Bordentown, New Jersey, 1795-1798; Burlington, N.J., 1798-1805; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1805-1823. In 1782 he published a volume of Juvenile Poems. The hymn "Pardoning Love" which was included in that collection, begins "Involved in guilt and near despair/Depressed with shame, o'erwhelmed with tears." Throughout his career, Staughton continued to give expression to his thoughts in verse. One of his hymns, "Tell us, ye servants of the Lord," is found in Select Hymns… Go to person page >

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First Line: Tell us, ye servants of the Lord
Author: William Staughton

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A New Selection of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs: from the best authors; designed for the use of conference meetings, private circles, and congregations (21st ed. with an appendix) #219Page Scan
A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors.: including a great number of originals: intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watts's Psalms and Hymns. (Woodward's rev. and corr. ed.; Sterotype ed.) #A43Page Scan
Select Hymns #d423
Select Hymns: adapted to the devotional exercises of the Baptist denomination (2nd ed.) #128Page Scan
Songs of Zion, Being a New Selection of Hymns, Designed for Revival and Social Meetings #87Page Scan
The Baptist Harmony #d349
The Baptist Harmony #d360
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