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What mighty wonders faith has done

What mighty wonders faith has done

Author: Cornelius Neale
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Cornelius Neale

Neale, Cornelius, M.A , son of James Neale, of St. Paul's Churchyard, was born Aug. 12, 1789, and educated at St. John's, Cambridge; B.A. 1811; Sen. Wrangler; Fellow of St. John's, 1813; M.A. 1815. He took Holy Orders in 1822, and became Curate of Mildenhall, near Newmarket. He died Aug. 8, 1823. His Lyrical Dramas, with Domestic Hours, a Miscellany of Odes and Songs, were published in 1819, and his Memoirs and Remains in 1834. In the latter the following hymns are found :—(1) "And Thou dost still forgive" (Pardon), 1820; (2) "O happy land above, My soul would fain be there" (Heaven desired); (3) "Tis but a film of flesh divides" ( Heaven anticipated). The second and third of these hymns are also in his son's (Dr. J. M. Neale's) Hymns Ch… Go to person page >

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First Line: What mighty wonders faith has done
Author: Cornelius Neale
Copyright: Public Domain

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