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What bliss harmonies above

What bliss harmonies above

Author: Joan E. Conder
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: Joan E. Conder

Conder, Joan Elizabeth, née Thomas, the wife of Josiah Conder, was the daughter of Roger Thomas, and granddaughter of the sculptor, L. F. Roubiliac, b. April 6, 1785, d. Jan. 22, 1877. Mrs. Conder contributed poems to The Associate Minstrels, 1810, under the signature "E."; to her husband's work, The Star in the East, 1824, anonymously; to the Congregational Hymn Book, 1836, in her own name; and to The Choir and Oratory, 1837, with an asterisk. Of these, seven were given in Conder's Hymns of Praise, Prayer and Devout Meditation, 1856. Of these the following appeared in the Congregational Hymn Book, 1886, and through that work have come into common us.:— 1. The hours of evening close. Saturday Evening. 2. When Mary to the Heavenly G… Go to person page >

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Author: Joan E. Conder

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