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The stream, the voice, the ocean, the sphere

There is a stream whose waters flow

Author: Thomas Darling
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Thomas Darling

Darling, Thomas, M.A., son of George Darling, M.D., born in London, 1816, educated at the Charterhouse, and St. John's College, Cambridge, graduating B.A. 1838, and M.A. 1841. In 1839 he took Holy Orders, and subsequently became Incumbent of Thanington, near Canterbury, and in 1848 Rector of Sts. Michael Royal with St. Martin-Vintry, City of London. Mr. Darling published in 1855 Hymns for the Church of England (Lond. Longmans), arranged according to the Order of the Book of Common Prayer. The last edition (1887) contains 336 hymns, of which about 20 are by the editor. These hymns, which appeared from time to time in the various editions of his collection, are:— 1. All saints of the Lord. (1855.) Easter. In the 1887 ed. of the Hy… Go to person page >

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First Line: There is a stream whose waters flow
Title: The stream, the voice, the ocean, the sphere
Author: Thomas Darling

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