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The Shepherd smitten is, and lo

The Shepherd smitten is, and lo

Author: G. de la Brunetiere; Translator: Isaac Williams
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Author: G. de la Brunetiere

Brunetière, Guillaume de la, was the son of Anton de la Brunetiere, Lord du Plessis de Geste, and is the person referred to by Miller’s Singers and Songs, 1869, p. 143), and also sometimes in this Dictionary, as Guillaume du Flessis de Geste. He was educated at the University of Paris, and received from it the degree of D.D. For 16 years he was Vicar General at Paris prior to his consecration as Bishop of Saintes, on Nov. 30, 1677. He died May 2, 1702. His hymns are in the Paris Breviary, 1680; the Cluniac Breviary, 1686; the Paris Breviary, 1736; and other French Breviaries In the Paris Breviary of 1736 his hymns are signed, "G. Bp. S.," i.e. William, Bp. of Saintes. [Rev. James Mea… Go to person page >

Translator: Isaac Williams

Isaac Williams was born in London, in 1802. His father was a barrister. The son studied at Trinity College, Oxford, where he gained the prize for Latin verse. He graduated B.A. 1826, M.A. 1831, and B.D. 1839. He was ordained Deacon in 1829, and Priest in 1831. His clerical appointments were Windrush (1829), S. Mary the Virgin's, Oxford (1832), and Bisley (1842-1845). He was Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, from 1832 to 1842. During the last twenty years of his life his health was so poor as to permit but occasional ministerial services. He died in 1865. He was the author of some prose writings, amongst which are Nos. 80, 86 and 87 of the "Oxford Tracts." His commentaries are favourably known. He also published quite a large num… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The Shepherd smitten is, and lo
Author: G. de la Brunetiere
Translator: Isaac Williams


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Ancient Hymns of Holy Church #d47

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