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Will that not joyful be

Author: Sarah B. Findlater

Sarah Laurie Borthwick Findlater (1823-1907) sister of Jane Laurie Borthwick was born in Edinburgh, where her father managed the North British Insurance Office. Sarah married Eric John Findlater, a pastor in the Free Church of Scotland. Findlater and her sister Jane’s English translations were collected in German Hymns from the Land of Luther, which appeared in four volumes (1854-1862), --The Presbyterian Hymnal Companion  Go to person page >

Author: H. C. von Schwenitz

(no biographical information available about H. C. von Schwenitz.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Will that not joyful be
Author: Sarah B. Findlater
Author: H. C. von Schwenitz

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Instances (1 - 10 of 10)

Asaph #d340

Goodly Pearls for the Sunday School #d147

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Hymns for the Church on Earth #203

Hymns from the Land of Luther, Translated from the German #d77

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Joyful Songs; a choice collection of new Sunday School music #59

Songs Tried and Proved #d176

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The Sabbath Hymn and Tune Book #284b

The Sabbath Hymn Book. Baptist ed. #d1248

The Soldier's Hymn Book. 2nd ed. #d264

The Tabernacle #d374

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