Born: January 18, 1828, Keene, New York.
As of 1895, Hull was a music publisher in New York City; his company was still operating as of 1910. His works include:
Vestry Chimes; a Choice Collection of Sacred Music, Adapted to All Occasions of Social and Family Worship (Boston, Massachusetts: Degen, Estes, and Priest, circa 1864)
Sparkling Rubies, with Harry Sanders (Boston, Massachusetts: Oliver Ditson, 1871)
Grove Songs No. 2 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Asa Hull, 1873)
Garlands of Praise (New York: Daniel Knowles, 1874)
The Golden Sheaf of Sunday-School Music, with Robert G. Staples (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Asa Hull, 1874)
Temperance Glee (Oliver Dit… Go to person page >
My foot is on the threshold,
My hand is on the latch;
My heart is rent with sorrow,
Oh! do not turn me back.
I've come a weary distance,
Long miles of grief and sin;
Come sorely press'd and laden,
Oh! wilt thou let me in?