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Tossed with rough winds, and faint with fear

Tossed with rough winds, and faint with fear

Author: Elizabeth R. Charles
Tune: [Tossed with rough winds, and faint with fear]
Published in 24 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Author: Elizabeth R. Charles

Charles, Elizabeth, née Rundle, is the author of numerous and very popular works intended to popularize the history of early Christian life in Great Britain; of Luther and his times; of Wesley and his work; the struggles of English civil wars; and kindred subjects as embodied in the Chronicles of the Schönherg-Cotta Family, the Diary of Kitty Trevelyan, &c, was born at Tavistock, Devonshire, Her father was John Bundle, M.P., and her husband, Andrew Paton Charles, Barrister-at-Law. Mrs. Charles has made some valuable contributions to hymnology, including original hymns and translations from the Latin and German. These were given in her:— (1) The Voice of Christian Life in Song; or, Hymns and Hymn-writers of Many Lands and Ages, 1858; (2… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Tossed with rough winds, and faint with fear
Author: Elizabeth R. Charles
Refrain First Line: 'Tis I, be not afraid

Notes

Toss’d with rough winds, and faint with fear. Elizabeth Charles, née Rundle. [Consolation in Afflication.] Appeared in her Three Wakings, &c, 1859, p. 190. It was given in an abbreviated form of 6 stanzas of 3 lines, and the refrain, "'Tis I, be not afraid," in the Hymnal Companion, 1870, and again in other collections. The slight change in the text of stanza iii. was made by Mrs. Charles. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 24 of 24)
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A Handy Book of Old and Familiar Hymns #137

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Christ in Song #480

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Crystal Gems for the Sabbath School #178

Gospel Hymns #d590

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Hymns and Songs for Children's Worship, Together with Selections for Anniversary and Festive Occasions #110

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Hymns and Songs of Praise for Public and Social Worship #708

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Hymns for Missions with Tunes (Words only) #10

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Hymns for the Church on Earth #351

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Precious Hymns #253

Pure Gold for the Sunday School #d142

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Sabbath Bells #96

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Songs of Gladness for the Sabbath School #43a

Songs of Promise #d128

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Sparkling Jewels for the Sunday School #40

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The Christian hymnal #189

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The Gospel Song Sheaf #77

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The Hymnal Companion to the Book of Common Prayer with accompanying tunes (3rd ed., rev. and enl.) #308

The Jewelled Crown #d148

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The New Song #129a

The Pilgrim's Harp #d258

The Service of Song for Baptist Churches #d590

The Vestry Hymn and Tune Book #d499

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Westminster Sabbath School Hymnal, a collection of hymns and tunes for use in sabbath-schools and social meetings #60

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