'Tis silence all beside the lake

Author: William H. Groser

Groser, William Howse, B.SC., son of Mr. W. Groser (for many years Secretary of the London Sunday School Union, and a relative of the Rev. W. Groser, noticed above), was b. in 1834, and educated at University College, London, and graduated B.SC. at the London University, in 1862. Although engaged in mercantile pursuits Mr. Groser devotes considerable time to natural science, and Christian work, especially in connection with Sunday schools. He was for twelve years editor of the Bible Class and Youth’s Magazine; and subsequently of the Sunday School Teacher, and of the Excelsior. His publications, mainly of a Biblical and educational character, are numerous. In 1875, he edited:— Songs by the Way. A Hymnal for Young Christians and Enqui… Go to person page >

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First Line: 'Tis silence all beside the lake
Author: William H. Groser
Refrain First Line: But still we know and feel thee near

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