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Alfred H. Miles, ed.  The Sacred Poets of the Nineteenth Century.  1907.
  
Index of Authors

James Montgomery.
 1771–1854.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Original Hymns for Public, Private, and Social Devotion (1853). I. “Songs of praise
  II. “Angels, from the realms of glory
  III. “Hail to the Lord’s anointed!”
  IV. “Go to dark Gethsemane
  V. At Home in Heaven (“For ever with”)
Miscellaneous Poems. I. Friends (“Friend after friend departs”)
  II. The Common Lot (“Once, in the flight of ages”)
  III. The Christian Soldier (“Servant of God! well done”)
  IV. Prayer (“Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire”)
  V. “A poor wayfaring man
  VI. The Field of the World (“Sow in the morn”)
The Grave (1804) (“There is a calm”)
The West Indies (1809). I. Home (“There is a land”)
  II. The Slaver (“Lives there a savage”)
Richard Mant.
 1776–1848.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Sundial of Armoy (1847) (Selected Lyrics). I. The Paradise of Heaven
  II. Heavenly Changes in the Departed
  III. Commemoration of One Departed
  IV. Faith Confirmed by Sense
The British Months (1835) (November). Christian Consolation on the Death of Friends
Te Deum Laudamus
Sir Robert Grant.
 1779–1838.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Sacred Poems. I. Psalm CIV. (“O worship the King”)
  II. Litany (“Saviour, when in dust to Thee”)
  III. “When gathering clouds around I view
  IV. “Whom have I in heaven but Thee?”
Reginald Heber.
 1783–1826.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns. I. “The Son of God goes forth to war
  II. “Brightest and best of the sons of the morning
  III. “By cool Siloam’s shady rill
  IV. “The Lord of Might, from Sinai’s brow
  V. “Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty
  VI. “Who yonder on the desert heath
  VII. “The sound of war! In earth and air
  VIII. “Thou art gone to the Grave
  IX. “From Greenland’s icy mountains
Poems. I. An Evening Walk in Bengal
  II. The Passage of the Red Sea
Bernard Barton.
 1784–1849.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. “Which Things are a Shadow
  II. A Dream
  III. To the Owl
  IV. A Colloquy with Myself
Henry Kirk White.
 1785–1806.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
On Disappointment
Charlotte Elliott.
 1789–1871.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems (1836). I. “Just as I am
  II. Watch and Pray
  III. Thy Will Be Done
  IV. The Hour of Prayer
  V. Leaning on Her Beloved
  VI. Let Me Be with Thee
Josiah Conder.
 1789–1855.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
Hymns. I. Psalm LXXXIV. (“How honoured, how dear”)
  II. “Beyond, beyond that boundless sea
  III. “How shall I follow Him I serve?”
  IV. “The Lord is King
  V. “Day by day the manna fell
  VI. “O show me not my Saviour dying
  VII. “Oh, give thanks to Him who made
Sonnets. I. Summer Is Come. 1. “Summer is come
    2. “Now day survives the sun
  II. Autumn. 1. “A glorious day!”
    2. “Now that the flowers have faded
Henry Hart Milman.
 1791–1868.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns. I. “Ride on, ride on in majesty
  II. “Bound upon th’ accursèd tree
  III. “When our heads are bow’d with woe
  IV. “O help us, Lord, each hour of need
  V. “Lord! Thou didst arise and say
The Martyr of Antioch (1821). Funeral Hymn (“Brother! thou art gone”)
Belshazzar (1822). Hymn of the Captive Jews
John Keble.
 1792–1866.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Christian Year (1827). I. Morning (“Hues of the rich”)
  II. Evening (“’Tis gone, that bright”)
  III. “What went ye out to see?”
  IV. “See Lucifer like lightning fall
  V. “There is a book, who runs may read
  VI. “O for a sculptor’s hand
  VII. “Red o’er the forest peers the setting sun
  VIII. The Conversion of St. Paul
  IX. “Bless’d are the pure in heart
  X. “Where is it mothers learn their love?”
Sir John Bowring.
 1792–1872.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns and Poems. I. “In the Cross of Christ I glory
  II. “God is love
  III. Where? When? How?
  IV. Matter and Mind
  V. The Reign of Law
  VI. Unchanging Changes
  VII. Resurrection
  VIII. Confidence
Henry Francis Lyte.
 1793–1847.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Psalms and Hymns. I. “Sing to the Lord our might
  II. “My spirit on Thy care
  III. “God of mercy, God of grace
  IV. “Pleasant are Thy courts above
  V. “Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
  VI. “Long did I toil
  VII. “Jesus, I my cross have taken
  VIII. “Abide with me
Robert Pollok.
 1798–1827.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Course of Time (1827). I. The Poet’s Autobiography (From Book iii)
  II. Lord Byron (From Book iv)
  III. The Lovers (From Book v)
  IV. The Resurrection of the Body (From Books vii & viii)
  V. Death (From Book vii)
John Henry Newman.
 1801–1890.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Verses on Various Occasions. I. Nature and Art
  II. A Thanksgiving
  III. Moses
  IV. Humiliation
  V. David and Jonathan
  VI. The Pillar of the Cloud (“Lead, Kindly Light”)
The Dream of Gerontius (1865) (Selected passages). I. The Soul of Gerontius
  II. Fifth Choir of Angelicals (“Praise to the Holiest”)
Caroline Clive.
 1801–1873.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander B. Grosart
IX Poems (1840). I. At Llyncwmstraethy
  II. The Grave
  III. Former Home
  IV. Heart’s-Ease
Paul Ferroll (1853). An Incident (From Chapter VII)
Sarah Flower Adams.
 1805–1848.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns. I. “Nearer, my God, to Thee
  II. “O! I would sing a song of praise
  III. “O hallowed memories of the past
  IV. “He sendeth sun, He sendeth shower
  V. “The mourners came at break of day
  VI. “O pleasant life!”
  VII. “Part in peace! Is day before us?”
Richard Chenevix Trench.
 1807–1886.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. “What, many times I musing asked
  II. “This did not once so trouble me
Christopher Wordsworth.
 1807–1885.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Holy Year (1862). I. “Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost
  II. “O Lord of heaven
  III. “Hark the sound of holy voices
  IV. “O Day of rest and gladness
Henry Alford.
 1810–1871.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns. I. “In token that thou shalt not fear
  II. “Come, ye thankful people, come
  III. “Ten thousand times ten thousand
  IV. “Forward! be our watchword
Be Just and Fear Not
Horatius Bonar.
 1808–1889.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Mackensie Bell
Hymns of Faith and Hope. I. How Long? (“My God, it is not fretfulness”)
  II. “I heard the voice of Jesus say
  III. “When the weary, seeking rest
  IV. “A few more years shall roll
John Stuart Blackie.
 1809–1895.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Benedicite (“Angels holy”)
Henry Ellison.
 1811–1880.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander B. Grosart
Mad Moments: Or First Verse Attempts by a Born Natural (1833). I. Season-Changes: Their Signs and Moral
  II. Nature
  III. To Psyche (Ode I)
  III. To Psyche (Ode II)
Selected Sonnets. I. The Day’s Eye
  II. The Alp Rose
  III. Sonnet to the Gentian
  IV. A Sunset Thought
  V. The Stars
  VI. London after Midnight
  VII. On Robert Burns’ Humanity
  VIII. To Wordsworth
The Poetry of Real Life (1844). I. The Upright Man
Frederick William Faber.
 1814–1863.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns. I. The Pain of Love (“Jesus! why dost Thou”)
  II. Sunday (“There is a Sabbath”)
  III. Jesus Crucified (“O come and mourn”)
  IV. The Agony (“O soul of Jesus”)
  V. The Sorrowful World
  VI. The Pilgrims of the Night
Thomas Toke Lynch.
 1818–1871.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
Memorials of Theophilus Trinal, Student (1850). I. Reasoning with God
  II. Modulations
  III. The Five Flowers
  IV. The Heaven
  V. Hymn for Sunday (“The Lord is rich”)
  VI. Rest
  VII. Proofs
The Rivulet (1871). I. “Lift up your heads
  II. “Where is thy God?”
  III. “Gracious Spirit
  IV. “Dismiss me not
  V. “Oft when of God we ask
  VI. “O, break my heart
  VII. “The world was dark
  VIII. “O Lord, Thou art not fickle
John Mason Neale.
 1818–1866.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
Original Hymns. I. Evening (“God hath two families of love”)
  II. The Communion of Saints
  III. Laying the First Stone of a Church
  IV. At a Funeral
  V. The Ministration of Angels
Hymns of the Eastern Church (1862). I. “Fierce was the wild billow
  II. “The day is past and over
  III. “Christian! dost thou see them?”
  IV. “’Tis the Day of Resurrection
  V. “Art thou weary, art thou languid?”
  VI. “O happy band of pilgrims
Mediæval Hymns and Sequences. Hora Novissima. I. “The world is very evil
  II. “O happy, holy portion
  III. “Brief life is here our portion
  IV. “For thee, O dear dear Country!”
Thomas Hornblower Gill.
 1819–1906.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
The Golden Chain of Praise (1869). I. Sweet Subjection
  II. The Divine Renewer
  III. We are Seeking the Lord
  IV. The Glory of the Latter Days
  V. New Year Hymn
Charles Dent Bell.
 1819–1898.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems Old and New. I. God’s Furnace
  II. Before
  III. After
  IV. Dying Words
Rondeaux. I. “Works Death such change?”
  II. “I would not shrink
  III. “He does not come
  IV. “Before he passed
Anna Lætitia Waring.
 1820–1910.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
Hymns and Meditations. I. “Father, I know that all my life
  II. “My heart is resting, O my God
  III. “Go not far from me, O my strength
  IV. The Cry of the Lost Answered
Edward Hayes Plumptre.
 1821–1891.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
Lazarus and Other Poems (1865). Three Cups of Cold Water
Master and Scholar (1866). Gilboa
Things New and Old (1884). Chalfont St. Giles
Hymns. I. “Rejoice, ye pure in heart
  II. “Thine arm, O Lord
James Drummond Burns.
 1823–1864.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander B. Grosart
Poems. I. The Vesper Hour
  II. The Child Samuel
  III. Humility
  IV. The Footsteps of the Flock
  V. The Bird and the Bee
Sonnets. I. Presentiment
  II. Reason and Faith
  III. My First Birthday in a Foreign Land
  IV. Memory of a Dear Friend
  V. Imagination
  VI. By the Sea-Side
  VII. Evening Picture
  VIII. Great Britain
Cecil Frances Alexander.
 1823–1895.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns for Children. I. “Every morning the red sun
  II. “There is a green hill far away
Hymns and Sacred Poems. I. Earth and Heaven
  II. Touched with a Feeling of Our Infirmities
  III. The Burial of Moses
  IV. Ruth
William Walsham How.
 1823–1897.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. Stars and Graves
  II. Converse
  III. “Pasce Verbo, Pasce Vita
  IV. A Starlit Night by the Sea-Shore
Hymns. I. Jesus at the Door
  II. “O God, enshrined
  III. Offertory
  IV. The New Jerusalem
William Alexander.
 1824–1911.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. A Sea Gleam
  II. Very Far Away
  III. Christ on the Shore
  IV. A Fine Day in Holy Week
  V. The Birthday Crown
Sonnets. St. John at Patmos. I. “What be his dreams
  II. “Not fancies of the soft Ionian clime
  III. “But ere heaven’s cressets burn
William Josiah Irons.
 1812–1883.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Psalms and Hymns for the Church (1883). I. “Evening has come
  II. “Hail, holy rest!”
  III. “Lo, signs in sun, and moon, and stars
  IV. “Clouds around the mountains
  V. “Mother mine, why hast thou borne me?”
  VI. “Is not this our King and Prophet?”
  VII. “O silent Night
  VIII. “‘He loved his own unto the end’”
  IX. “Pause now, and think, O Christian soul!”
  X. “O All-surpassing Splendour!”
Aubrey de Vere.
 1814–1902.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. Spring
  II. Spring Thoughts
  III. Sense, Faith, and Glory
  IV. Martha and Mary
Coventry Patmore.
 1823–1896.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Toys
Francis Turner Palgrave.
 1824–1897.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Amenophis and Other Poems (1892). I. At Ephesus
  II. An Incident at Mendrisio
  III. On the Love of Children
  IV. Hymn to Our Saviour
  V. Christus Consolator
  VI. The Garden of God
  VII. A Hymn of Repentance
  VIII. Death and the Fear of It
  IX. I am the Resurrection and the Life
Walter Chalmers Smith.
 1824–1908.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
Hymns (1867). I. “Earth was waiting
  II. “Lord, I would choose
Olrig Grange (1872) (Selected Lines). I. “But my Faith is not gone
  II. “My sun sinks without clouds or fears
Raban; or, Life Splinters (1880). Work and Spirit
North Country Folk (1883). A Cry from the Merse
Thoughts and Fancies (1887). I. “One thing I of the Lord desire
  II. “Be still
  III. “O’er land and sea
A Heretic and Other Poems (1891). I. Creeds
  II. The Vision of God
George MacDonald.
 1824–1905.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Organ Songs. I. “I know what beauty is
  II. Longing
  III. “I would I were a child
  IV. Rest
A Book of Sonnets. I. The Unseen Face
  II. The Sweeper of the Floor
Violin Songs. I. Going to Sleep
  II. Bed Time
A Book of Dreams. I. A piece of Gold
  II. “Dreaming I slept
Edward Henry Bickersteth.
 1825–1906.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
From Year to Year (1883). I. “Come ye yourselves apart
  II. “The Meadow Grass
  III. “My work is done
  IV. “‘Till He come’”
  V. “Peace, perfect peace
Henry Septimus Sutton.
 1825–1901.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Garrett Horder
Rose’s Diary (1850). “The day with light its genial self engirds
  “Put not on me, O Lord! this work divine
  “What mean these slow returns of love?”
  “O Father! I have sinn’d against Thee
  “Each day a page is of my being’s book
  “Late on me, weeping, did this whisper fall
  “How beautiful it is to be alive!”
  “Prayer is the world-plant’s blossom
  “How beautiful our lives may be!”
Poems. I. The Daisy
  II. “Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him
  III. For the Desolate
  IV. A Preacher’s Soliloquy and Sermon
  V. Sorrow
  VI. Love’s Freemasonry
  VII. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  VIII. Man
John Ellerton.
 1826–1893.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Original Hymns. I. “God of the living
  II. “Throned upon the awful Tree
  III. “The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended
  IV. “Saviour, again to Thy dear name
Translated Hymns. I. “Sing Alleluia forth
  II. “Welcome, happy morning!” (Easter)
Richard Wilton.
 1827–1903.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Selected Sonnets. I. An Incident
  II. The Sparrow
  III. The Tides
  IV. The Well-Head
  V. Flamborough Lighthouse
  VI. The Hawthorn and the Wild Rose
Rondeaux. I. “Sweet, soft and low”; or The Willow Warbler
  II. “When I am gone
Ballades. I. My Grandchildren at Church
  II. The Summer of Saint Luke
Lyrics. I. Auburn
  II. Hymn to the Holy Spirit
Benedicite (Selected Rondels). I. “O all ye Works of God
  II. “Ye Heavens, with your encircling blue
  III. “Lightnings and Clouds
  IV. “O let the Earth in fair array
  V. “Ye Hills and Mountains
  VI. “O all ye Green Things on the earth
  VII. “O Wells and Springs
  VIII. “Ye Seas and Floods
Joseph John Murphy.
 1827–1894.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander B. Grosart
Sonnets and Other Poems, Chiefly Religious (1890). I. A Thought of Stoicism
  II. First Sorrow
  III. The Potter and the Clay
  IV. Eternity
Christina G. Rossetti.
 1830–1894.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Time Flies. I. “Lord Babe, if Thou art He
  II. “Laughing Life cries at the feast
  III. “Where shall I find a white rose?”
  IV. “Weigh all my faults
  V. “Piteous my rhyme is
  VI. “Young girls wear flowers
  VII. “Golden haired, lily white
  VIII. “Innocent eyes not ours
  IX. “Man’s life is but a working day
  X. “Have I not striven?”
  XI. “Through burden and heat of the day
  XII. “Sorrow hath a double voice
  XIII. “Who is this that cometh up?”
  XIV. “The goal in sight
  XV. “Bury Hope out of sight
  XVI. “Behold, the Bridegroom cometh
  XVII. “The tempest over and gone
  XVIII. “Words cannot utter
Alexander B. Grosart.
 1835–1899.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Songs of Day and Night. I. God Near and Far
  II. The Everlasting Arms Underneath
  III. He Leads Round
  IV. The Good Die Not
  V. God the Holy Spirit
  VI. The Cross
  VII. Angelic Ministry
  VIII. The Resurrection
  IX. If It Be Possible
  X. Indwelling—Dwelling in
John Owen.
 1836–1896.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander B. Grosart
Verse Musings on Nature, Faith, and Freedom (1889).
  I. Faith. I. On Defining God
    II. What is Religion?
    III. Where is Religion?
    IV. What is Faith?
    V. Life and Thought
  II. Freedom. I. Fate and Man
    II. The Devout Skeptic’s Dying Prayer
    III. To the Future World
Frances Ridley Havergal.
 1836–1879.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. Consecration Hymn
  II. A Worker’s Prayer
  III. Now and Afterward
  IV. Adoration
William Hall.
 1838– .  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Via Crucis (1906). I. Renunciation (Selected Stanzas)
  II. Self-Communion (Selected Stanzas)
  III. A Bruised Reed
  IV. Who will show us any good
  V. Good-Night
Samuel John Stone.
 1839–1900.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Hymns. I. “The Church’s one Foundation
  II. “Round the Sacred City gather
  III. “Lord of our soul’s salvation
  IV. “Weary of earth
  V. “Their names are names of kings
Frederick William Orde Ward.
 1843–1922.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Prisoner of Love (1904). I. Christ the Outcast
  II. The Cup
  III. The Resurrection of the Flowers
  IV. Summer’s Parable
  V. God and the Harvest
  VI. Our Open Cage
  VII. Losing and Saving
  VIII. Spring
  IX. Who goes Home?
Selwyn Image.
 1849–1930.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems and Carols (1894). I. A Meditation for Christmas
  II. Gabriel and Mary
  III. The Heavenly Host
Anna Lætitia Barbauld.
 1743–1825.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Praise to God, immortal praise
II. “Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyes
Thomas Kelly.
 1769–1854.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “The head that once was crowned with thorns
II. “Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious
Harriet Auber.
 1773–1862.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed
Joseph Blanco White.
 1775–1839.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
To Night
Philip Pusey.
 1779–1855.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Lord of our life
Thomas Moore.
 1779–1852.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Thou art, O God, the life and light
II. “Sound the loud timbrel
Ann and Jane Taylor.Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Ann Taylor (Gilbert).
 1782–1866.  
Great God, and wilt Thou condescend
Jane Taylor.
 1783–1824.  
When daily I kneel down to pray
William Johnson Fox.
 1786–1864.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “A little child, in bulrush ark
II. “‘Make us a god,’ said man
III. “The sage his cup of hemlock quaffed
Andrew Reed.
 1787–1862.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Spirit Divine, attend our prayers
Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna.
 1790–1849.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Mariner’s Midnight Hymn
James Edmeston.
 1791–1867.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us
II. “Saviour, breathe an evening blessing
Samuel Rickards.
 1796–1865.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Christmas Day
Thomas Binney.
 1798–1874.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Eternal Light!”
Herbert Knowles.
 1798–1817.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Lines Written in the Churchyard of Richmond, Yorkshire
Matthew Bridges.
 1800–1894.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Crown Him with many crowns
Richard Massie.
 1800–1887.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
O Lord, who by Thy presence
John Reynell Wreford.
 1800–1881.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Lord, while for all mankind we pray
Harriet Martineau.
 1802–1876.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Arise, my soul! and urge thy flight
II. “Beneath this starry arch
III. “All men are equal in their birth
Isaac Williams.
 1802–1865.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “The child leans on its parent’s breast
II. At Midnight (“Away with sorrow’s sigh”)
John Hampden Gurney.
 1802–1862.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Lord of the harvest! Thee we hail
Henry James Buckoll.
 1803–1871.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Come, my soul, thou must be waking
Samuel Greg.
 1804–1877.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. Death (“Slowly, slowly, darkening”)
II. The Transfiguration (“Stay, Master, stay”)
James Martineau.
 1805–1900.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Thy way is in the deep” (1840)
II. The Inward Witness (“Where is your God?”) (1873)
John F. Chandler.
 1806–1876.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “’Tis for conquering kings to gain
II. “O Jesu, Lord of heavenly grace
George Rawson.
 1807–1889.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. Trust (“My Father, it is good for me”)
II. “Praise ye the Lord, immortal quire
Edward Arthur Dayman.
 1807–1890.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Sleep, thy last sleep
Joseph Anstice.
 1808–1836.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Come to a desert place apart
II. “Lord of the harvest! once again
John Samuel Bewley Monsell.
 1811–1875.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Birds have their quiet nest
II. “God is Love, by Him upholden
Norman Macleod.
 1812–1872.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Trust in God (“Courage, brother!”)
Jane Borthwick.
 1813–1897.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Come, labour on!”
II. “Jesus, still lead on
Edward Caswell.
 1814–1878.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. Swiftness of Time
II. St. Bernard’s Hymn; or, the Loving Soul’s Jubilation.
  I. “Jesus, the very thought of Thee
  II. “O Jesu, King most wonderful!”
III. An Evening Hymn
Arthur Penrhyn Stanley.
 1815–1881.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. Hymn on the Transfiguration (“Master, it is good to be”)
II. “He is gone—beyond the skies
Jane Montgomery Campbell.
 1817–1878.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
We plough the fields, and scatter
Brontë Sisters.Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Emily Brontë.
 1818–1848.  
Last Lines, “No coward soul is mine
Anne Brontë.
 1819–1849.  
Last Lines, “I hope that with
Sir Henry Williams Baker.
 1821–1877.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The King of love my Shepherd is
Frances Power Cobbe.
 1822–1904.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
God draws a cloud over each gleaming morn
Godfrey Thring.
 1823–1894.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. Afternoon Hymn (“The radiant morn”)
II. The Great Calm (“Fierce raged the tempest”)
III. “A Fortress sure is God our King
Henry Twells.
 1823–1900.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
At even, ere the sun was set
Adelaide Anne Procter.
 1825–1864.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
My God, I thank Thee, who hast made
William Whiting.
 1825–1878.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Eternal Father, strong to save
Laurence Tuttiett.
 1825–1897.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
O quickly come, dread Judge of all
Elizabeth Charles.
 1827–1896.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Never further than Thy Cross!”
II. “The strongest light casts deepest shades
III. “Around a Table, not a Tomb
Frances Elizabeth Cox.
 1812–1897.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Jesus lives! no longer now
Henry Collins.Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Jesus, my Lord, my God, my all!”
The Moultries.Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Gerard Moultrie.
 1829–1885.  
Midnight Hymn of the Eastern Church
Catherine Winkworth.
 1829–1878.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. The Rose of Sharon (“I know a Flower”)
II. “O Love, who formedst me to wear
III. On the Death of a Little Child
Philip Stanhope Worsley.
 1831–1866.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “Out of the deeps
II. The Two Wills (“Oft as I act”)
Richard Frederick Littledale.
 1833–1890.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “From hidden source arising
II. “In Paradise Reposing
Sabine Baring-Gould.
 1834–1924.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
On the Resurrection morning
Folliott Sandford Pierpoint.
 1835–1917.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Sacrifice of Praise (“For the beauty”)
Matilda Barbara Betham-Edwards.
 1836–1919.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “God make my life a little light
II. “The little birds now seek their nest
Thomas Benson Pollock.
 1836–1896.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Children’s Litany (Part I)
William Chatterton Dix.
 1837–1898.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. Epiphany Hymn (“As with gladness”)
II. Patience
George Matheson.
 1842–1906.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
I. “O Love that wilt not let me go
II. “Gather us in, Thou Love that fillest all
Ada Cross (Cambridge).
 1844–1926.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Fourth Commandment (“The Dawn”)
Sarah Doudney.
 1841–1926.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
The Christian’s “Good-night” (“Sleep on, beloved”)

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