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The still small voice that speaks within

Author: Frances Fagan

Fagan, Frances. In The Sunny Side, N.Y., 1875, two hymns which have come into use in Great Britain are signed "Fanny Fagan." These are:— 1. Mine be the tongue that always shrinks. Kindness. 2. The still small voice that speaks within. Conscience. Miss Fagan was a Sunday School Teacher in connection with Dr. W. H. Furness's Church at Philadelphia. Her hymns appeared in her Hymns for the Sunday School of the First Congregational Unitarian Church, Phila., 1866. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: The still small voice that speaks within
Author: Frances Fagan

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Heart and Voice #d263

Heart and Voice #d266

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Hymn, Tune, and Service Book for Sunday Schools #63

Hymns and Songs #d35

The Carol #d196

The Sabbath School Hymnal #d136

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The School Hymnal #193

The Sunny Side #d124

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Year of Worship for Sunday Schools and Homes #103

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