Hall, Louisa Jane (Park). (Newburyport, Massachusetts, February 2, 1802--1892). Wife of Rev. Edward B. Hall, she began to publish poems anonymously in periodicals. Her husband was minister of the First Unitarian Church of Providence, Rhode Island. She moved to Boston after his death.
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Display Title: There is a something sweet and pure Through life, through death, it may endureFirst Line: There is a something sweet and pure Through life, through death, it may endureAuthor: Louisa Jane HallDate: 1913