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Rev. THOMAS BALDWIN, D. D., an American Baptist;
for many years a pastor in Boston, Mass. He died
at Waterville, Me., in 1826.-[1012.]
Mrs. CHARITIE LEES BANCROFT. An Episcopalian, of
Aghalurcher, Ireland, where her father, Rev. Sid-
ney Smith, D. D., is rector.-[601.]
Mrs. ANNA LAETITIA BARBAULD. The wife of Rev.
Rochemont Barbauld, an English Unitarian minis-
ter; she died in 1825.-[615, 959, 1137, 1202.]
Rev. SABINE BARING-GOULD. An English Episcopal
clergyman, now the rector of a church in Lew Tren-
chand, Devonshire.-[233, 720, 724, 1181.]
BERNARD BARTON. An English layman, for forty years
a bank clerk in Suffolk; "the Quaker Poet"; he died
in 1849.-[851.]

HENRY BATEMAN. An English Episcopal layman, do-
ing business in London, but devoting much time to
religious work. He died in 1872.-[231, 924.]

Rev. WILLIAM HILEY BATHURST. An English Episco-
palian; a rector in Yorkshire for some years; he
died in 1877, at Lydney Park, Gloucestershire.-[558,
581, 746, 1103.]

Rev. RICHARD BAXTER. An English clergyman, vicar
of Kidderminster; afterward a nonconformist in
London; died, 1691.-[658.]

Rev. STEPHEN GREENLEAF BULFINCH, D. D. An
American Unitarian; ordained at Charleston; died
at East Cambridge, Mass., 1870.-[46.]

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WILLIAM HENRY BURLEIGH. An American Unita-
rian; journalist and lecturer; an enthusiastic friend
of reform; died in 1871.-[914, 915.]

Rev. RICHARD BURNHAM. An English Baptist clergy-
man; for many years a pastor in London, where he
died in 1810.-[790, 1037.]
Rev. JAMES DRUMMOND BURNS.

A clergyman of the
Free Church of Scotland; after a long decline, he
died at Mentone, 1864.-[102, 206.]
JOHN BURTON. A deacon in the Congregational
Church at Stratford, in England; a cooper for more
than sixty years. He died in 1877.-[999.]
Rev. EDMUND BUTCHER. An English clergyman,
pastor of a Unitarian congregation in Sidbury Vale,
Devonshire; died, 1822.-[258.]
Rev. CHARLES INNES CAMERON. A Scotch Presby-
terian minister, once a missionary in India; he
died in New Edinburgh, Canada, about 1875.-[1190.]
Miss JANE MONTGOMERY CAMPBELL. This lady is
understood to have been an English Episcopalian,
born in London, 1817. She died at Bo Tracey in
1878.-[1190.]
Mrs. MARGARET COCKBURN CAMPBELL. A Scotch
authoress of noble rank, the wife of one of the
founders of the Plymouth Brethren in England.
She died at Alphington, near Exeter, in 1841.-[188.]
ROBERT CAMPBELL. A Scotch advocate; late in life
received into the Church of Rome; he died in Edin-
burgh in 1868.—[ 117, 1075.]
THOMAS CAMPBELL. The well-known Scotch poet;
Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow; he died
in 1844.-[335.]

Rev. JOSEPH DACRE CARLYLE. An English Episco-
palian; Professor of Arabic at Cambridge; vicar of
Newcastle; died in 1804.-[37.]

Miss PHOEBE CARY. An American poetess; usually
reckoned as a Universalist; she died at Newport in
1871.-[1148.]

Rev. EDWARD CASWALL. An English priest of the
Roman Catholic Church; an ingenious and success-
ful translator; died, 1878.-[41, 203, 524, 556, 587, 603,
804, 815, 861, 1176, 1207.]

Rev. JOHN CAWOOD. An English Episcopal clergy.
man; perpetual curate in Worcestershire; he died
in 1852.-[195, 327.]

Rev. JOHN CENNICK. An English clergyman, for
some time associated with the Wesleys; afterward
a Moravian; died, 1755.-[215, 597, 773, 1039.]
Rev. JOHN CHANDLER. An English Episcopalian;
vicar of Witley; translator of "Hymns of the Primi-
tive Church"; died, 1876.-[21, 360, 461, 998, 1130.]
Mrs. ELIZABETH CHARLES. An English lady, the
widow of Andrew P. Charles; authoress of the
"Schönberg-Cotta" stories; living in London.-[981,

1046.]

Rev. ALLEN WILLIAM CHATFIELD. A clergyman of the
Church of England. Vicar of Much-Marcle, Here-
fordshire; he has made some excellent translations.
-[867.]

Mrs. HARRIET MARY CHESTER. An English Episco-
palian; the wife of Harry Chester; a widow since
1868. She is an authoress, and has done some good
work for the hymn-books.-[65.]
BENJAMIN CLEVELAND. An American, probably in
connection with the Baptist Church; his hymns
were published about 1790.— [706.]
Mrs. ELIZABETH CODNER. An English authoress;
the hymn bearing her name appeared in 1860, and
was suggested by the news of the great revival in
Ireland. [626.]
Mrs. REBECCA PHOENIX COE. The honored wife of
Rev. David B. Coe, D. D., so long the Secretary of
the Home Missionary Society. She is residing at
present in Bloomfield, N. J.-[1123.]
CHARLES COFFIN was Rector of the University of Paris
in 1718, and died in 1749. His hymn was translated
from the Latin by the compilers of " Hymns Ancient
and Modern."- (114.]

JOHN DUKE COLERIDGE. An English Episcopalian;
a lawyer for a lifetime; now Lord Chief Justice of
England. His hymns are of high merit.- [91.]
DANIEL C. COLESWORTHY. An American Congrega-
tional layman in Boston; formerly a printer, after-
ward a bookseller.- [71.]

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Rev. WILLIAM COOKE. An English Episcopalian;
Vicar of Gapley, Suffolk; Canon of Chester Cathe-
dral; edited "The Church Hymnal" in 1853, and the
"Hymnary" in 1872.- [438.]

Rev. EDWARD COOPER. An English Episcopal clergy-
man; early in this century he was a rector in Staf
fordshire; he died in 1833.-[257.]

Rev. THOMAS COTTERILL. An English Episcopalian;
perpetual curate in Sheffield for many years; he
died in 1823.-[57, 523, 1038.]

Mrs. ANNE ROSS COUSIN. A Scotch Presbyterian; the
wife of Rev. William Cousin, minister of the Free
Church in Melrose.- [787, 1160, 1161.]

WILLIAM COWPER. The well-known poet, author of
"The Task"; an English Episcopalian: lived a
while at Olney; died, 1800.-[134, 154, 246, 302, 579, 654,
729, 848, 48, 994, 1077.]

Miss FRANCES ELIZABETH COX. An English Episco-
palian; born at Oxford; she is best known as a
translator of German hymns.-[783, 929, 1153, 1174.]
Rev. ARTHUR CLEVELAND COXE, D. D. An American
Episcopalian; at present Bishop of the diocese of
Western New York.-[356, 995, 1121.]

Mrs. JANE CREWDSON. An English writer, the wife
of Thomas Crewdson of Manchester; long an in-
valid; she died in 1863.[676, 930.]

Rev. GEORGE CROLY, LL. D. An Episcopalian; rec-
tor in London; a well-known writer and poet; he
died in 1860.- [545.]

Mrs. ADA CAMBRIDGE CROSS. Known best by her
maiden name; now the wife of an English Episco-
pal clergyman in Australia.—[7.]

Rev. WILLIAM CROSSWELL, D. D. An American Epis-
copalian; rector of the Church of the Advent in
Boston; he died in 1851.— [957.]

Rev. SEWALL SYLVESTER CUTTING, D. D. An Ameri-
can Baptist clergyman of wide reputation; he died
in Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1882.-[262.]

Rev. JOHN NELSON DARBY. The founder of the sect
called "Plymouth Brethren"; he died in 1882. His
authorship of the hymns is doubtful. [716, 717.]
Rev. SAMUEL DAVIES. An eminent American Pres-
byterian minister; President of the College of New
Jersey; he died in 1761.-[1030.]

Rev. EDWARD ARTHUR DAYMAN. An English Epis
copal clergyman, at present the Honorary Canon of
Bitton in Salisbury Cathedral.-[186, 1158.]
Rev. JAMES GEORGE DECK. An English preacher
among the "Plymouth Brethren"; he is now living
in New Zealand.-[380, 381, 407, 490, 491, 495, 823, 908,
921.]

Sir EDWARD DENNY. An Irish landholder and
baronet, connected with the" Plymouth Brethren";
he resides much in London.-[375, 376, 504, 505, 506,
1027, 1069.]
WILLIAM CHATTERTON DIX. An English Episcopa-
lian; for some time engaged in the Marine Insur-
ance Office in Glasgow.-[323, 389, 484.]

Rev. GEORGE WASHINGTON DOANE, D. D. An Ameri-
can Episcopalian; Bishop of the diocese of New
Jersey; he died in 1859. [219, 377, 1109.]

Rev. WILLIAM CROSSWELL DOANE, D. D. An Ameri-
can Episcopalian; now the Bishop of the diocese of
Albany: a prelate, like his father, of great dignity
and force. [1213.]

JOHN DOBELL. An English Congregationalist; com-
piler of a book of hymns: exciseman at Poole, in
Dorset; he died in 1840.-[619.]
Rev. PHILIP DODDRIDGE, D. D. The well-known ex-
positor: a Congregational pastor in Northampton,
England; died 1751.-[18, 48, 60, 124, 142, 207, 210, 270,
273, 311, 464, 514, 526,610, 748, 755, 811, 813, 899, 900, 910, 956,
997, 1001, 1025, 1031, 1111, 1210, 1232, 1233.]
Miss SARAH DOUDNEY. An English writer of verse
and prose for magazines; published "Stepping
Stones" in 1881, London.-[199.]
Rev. BOURNE HALL DRAPER. An English Baptist
clergyman; for some time a pastor in Southampton;
he died in 1843. This hymn in many collections is
credited mistakenly to Mrs. Voke.-[1106.]

Rev. WILLIAM HAMILTON DRUMMOND, D. D. An Irish
Presbyterian; a pastor once in Belfast, afterward in
Dublin; he died in 1865.-[950.]

JOHN DRYDEN. Poet Laureate of England; in early
life a Protestant, afterward a Roman Catholic; he
died in 1701.-[529.]

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Miss FLETCHER. The hymn to which this name is
attached appeared first in "Hymns for Christian De-
votion," 1846; no information can be obtained.-[962.]
Mrs. ELIZA LEE FOLLEN. An American Unitarian;
the wife of Professor Charles Follen; she died in
Boston in 1860.-[218.]

CHARLES LAURENCE FORD. The son of an artist in
Bath, England; his hymns are found in the "Lyra
Anglicana."-[1095.]

Miss CHRISTINA FORSYTH.
lian; born in Liverpool; much an invalid; she
An English Episcopa-
died at Hastings in 1859.-[544.]

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Rev. WILLIAM JAMES FOXELL.
Rev. JOHN GAMBOLD.
palian: residing in Canterbury; minor Canon of the
An English Episco-
Cathedral.-[232.]
Episcopalian in his early life, but ultimately a
A Moravian clergyman; an
Bishop among the United Brethren.
England in 1771.-[166, 731.]
He died in
Rev. HERVEY DODDRIDGE GANSE.
Presbyterian, formerly in the Reformed Dutch
An American
Church; Secretary of the Board of Aid for Colleges
and Academies; he died in 1891.-[181, 333.]
Rev. WILLIAM GASKELL. An English Unitarian
clergyman; this hymn was published in Beard's
collection in 1837. He died in 1884.-[1206.]
Mrs. ELLEN HUNTINGTON GATES. An American writer
who has written much for evangelical and Sunday.
school work. She resides in Elizabeth, N. J.-[967.]
Mrs. MARY C. GATES: Mrs. Merrill E. Gates; the
Rev. THOMAS GIBBONS, D. D. An English Congrega-
wife of the President of Amherst College. She now
resides at Amherst, Massachusetts.-[1135.]
tionalist; once a very popular preacher in London;
he died in 1785.-[1171.]
THOMAS HORNBLOWER GILL. An English Episcopal
layman, living in Kent, near London; author of
many superior hymns.-[655, 707, 835, 853, 857, 898.]
Rev. WASHINGTON GLADDEN, D. D. An American
Congregationalist; an editor formerly; now a pastor
in Columbus, Ohio.-[364.]
JOHANN WOLFGANG
philosopher, author and poet of Germany; he died
VON GOETHE. The famous
in 1832.-[698.]

Rev. WILLIAM GOODE. An English Episcopal pastor
in London; the author of "A New Version of the
Psalms"; died in 1816.-[471.]

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THOMAS HASTINGS, Mus. Doc. An American Presby-
terian layman, for forty years a "sweet singer in
Israel"; he died in 1872.-[88, 139, 223, 315, 588, 618,
703, 705, 881, 937, 943, 972, 1079, 1131.]

Miss FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL. An English Epis
copalian, daughter of Rev. W. H. Havergal; a
voluminous writer; died, 1879.—[385, 424, 569, 628, 710,
739, 830, 832, 833, 834, 964, 1053, 1197.
Rev. WILLIAM HENRY HAVERGAL. An English Epis
copalian; Canon of Worcester Cathedral; a composer
of music; he died in 1870.— [352.]

Rev. HUGH REGINALD HAWEIS. A clergyman of
the Church of England; residing in London; a
preacher, lecturer, and writer of books, many and
interesting.-[1167.]

Rev. THOMAS HAWEIS, LL. B., M. D. An English
Episcopalian, rector of a parish in Aldwinckle; died
at Bath in 1820.-[387, 426, 430, 649.]

Rev. ROBERT HAWKER, M. D. An English Episco-
palian; the Incumbent at Plymouth of the Church
of Charles the Martyr, from 1784 to 1827, when he
died.--[237.]

JOHN HAY. An American lawyer by profession, but
known better as an author; he was Secretary of
Legation at Paris and at Madrid; he is now engaged
in literary work. — [419.]

HAYWARD. This name, attached to one familiar
hymn, has been traced back to Dobell's "New Se-
lection," 1806, and there the trail ends.- [58.]
Rev. GEORGE HEATH. An English clergyman, pastor
of a Presbyterian Church at Honiton, Devonshire, in
1770. He died in 1822.-[765.]

Rev. WILLIAM BEADON HEATHCOTE. An English Epis
copalian; precentor of Salisbury Cathedral, and
chaplain of the Bishop; died, 1862.— [115.]
Rev. REGINALD HEBER, D. D. An English Episcopa-
lian; consecrated Bishop of Calcutta in 1823; he died
in India in 1826.-[1, 121, 133, 238, 328, 478, 751, 797, 1089,
1119, 1140, 1234.]
Rev. FREDERICK HENRY HEDGE, D. D. An American
Unitarian; Professor of Ecclesiastical History in
Harvard Divinity School; he died in 1890.- [989.]
Rev JOHANN HEERMAN. A German pastor at Köben;
died, 1647. His hymn was translated by Rev. Rich-
ard Frederick Littledale, LL.D., an English Episco-
palian clergyman.- [422]

Rev. OTTIWELL. HEGINBOTHOм. An English Noncon-
formist clergyman, pastor of a church in Sudbury,
Suffolk: he died in 1768.- [820.]

Rev. GEORGE HERBERT. An English Episcopalian;
the well-known poet and pastor; incumbent of Bem-
erton; he died in 1632.- (639.]

Rev. JOHN WILLIAM HEWITT. An English Episcopa-
lian; holding a curacy on occasion, but occupied as
Senior Classical Master in the North London College
School; he died in 1886.--[1098.]

Rev. THOMAS HILL, D. D., LL. D. Formerly President
of Harvard College; now a Unitarian pastor in Port-
land, Maine.- (264.]

Mrs. GRACE WEBSTER HINSDALE. An American Con-
gregationalist; wife of Theodore Hinsdale; residing
In Brooklyn, N. Y.- [801.]

OLIVER HOLDEN. An American Baptist; a music-
seller, teacher, and composer, in Boston. He died at
Charlestown, Mass., 1844.-[149.]

OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, M. D. An American poet;
till lately Professor in Harvard Medical College;
now living in Boston.- [261, 274.]

Rev. EDWIN PAXTON HOOD. An English Independent;
preacher and author; his last charge was in Falcon
Square, London. He died in Paris, 1885.- [704.]
HENRY JOY MCCRACKEN HOPE. An Irish bookbinder,
of much piety and good talent, living in Dublin. He
died in Shanemagowston, 1872.-[690.]
Rev. JOSIAH HOPKINS, D. D. An American Congrega.
tionalist; afterward a Presbyterian; he died at Ge-
neva, New York, 1862.-[617.]

Rev. EDWARD HOPPER, D. D. An American Presby.
terian; pastor of the Church of Sea and Land, in
New York City. He died in 1888.-[666.]
Rev. FREDERICK L. HOSMER. An American Unita-
rian; pastor for many years in Cleveland, Ohio; a
graduate of Harvard College and Divinity School.-
[1183.]

Rev. WILLIAM WALSHAM How, D. D. A clergyman of
the Church of England; now the Suffragan Bishop
of Bedford, East London.- [252, 428, 632, 664, 693, 744,
781, 829, 896, 969.]
Rev. JOSEPH HUMPHREYS. An English clergyman, an
associate of Whitefield; hymn was published in
1743. He died in London.-[874.]
SELINA SHIRLEY, Countess of Huntingdon. An Eng-
lish lady high in rank, and of great devotion; she
died in 1791.-[1162.]

JAMES HUTTON. An English Moravian layman; a
bookseller by business; the cousin of Sir Isaac New.
ton; he died in 1795.- [19.]

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Rev. SAMUEL JOHNSON. An American Unitarian cler-
gyman and author; aided in compiling "Hymns of
the Spirit"; died, 1882.- [201, 885.]

Rev. JAMES JOYCE. An English Episcopalian, vicar
of Dorking; he published "Hymns with Notes"; he
died in 1850.- [1112.]

Rev. ADONIRAM JUDSON, D. D. An American Baptist;
eminent as a missonary in Burmalı for thirty-eight
years; he died at sea, 1850.-[1014, 1015.]
Rev. JOHN KEBLE. An English Episcopalian; the
well-known author of "The Christian Year"; vicar
of Hursley: died, 1866.-[15, 95, 288, 515, 863.]
GEORGE KEITH. An English publisher in London;
son-in-law of Dr. Gill; his hymn appeared in “Rip-
pon's Selection," 1787.- [714.]

Rev. THOMAS KELLY. An Irish clergyman, an Inde-
pendent, preaching in Dublin; author of many
hymns; he died in 1855.- (22, 72, 75, 110, 198, 225, 226,
434, 446, 454, 457, 466, 489, 497, 594, 604, 605, 736, 763, 764,
792, 1131, 1175.]
Rev. THOMAS KEN, D. D. The well-known and his-
toric Bishop of Bath and Wells in England; he died
in Wiltshire in 1711.- [13, 97, 160.]

Rev. BENJAMIN HALL KENNEDY, D. D. An English
Episcopalian: Canon of Ely Cathedral; he died at
Torquay, 1889.-[507, 786.]

JOHN KENT. An English shipwright in Plymouth
dockyard; he issued a volume of hymns in 1803; he
died in 1843.- [935.]

Rev. WILLIAM KETHE. A Scottish clergyman; one
of John Knox's companions in Geneva; rector of
Childe Okeford; he died in 1593.— [159.]
FRANCIS S. KEY, An American Episcopalian; an at-
torney in Washington; author of the “Star-spangled
Banner"; died, 1843.— (317.]

Rev JOHN KING. An English Episcopal minister, the
incumbent of Christ Church in Hull; he died in 1858.
--[388.]

Rev. WILLIAM KINGSBURY. An English Congrega-
tional minister for fifty-four years; he died at South-
ampton in 1818.-[455.]
Miss H. O. KNOWLTON. This young American girl,
years ago, wrote for us some good hymns, married
and disappeared in the far West.-[932.]
Rev. JOHN LANGFORD. An English Baptist minister
in London; he published a hymn-book in 1776; he
died in 1790.- [774.]
Miss MARY A. LATHBURY. An American writer, con-
nected with the Methodist Church; she resides now
in New York City.-[99, 239.]
RICHARD LEE. An English poet; published “Flowers
from Sharon," London, 1794, from which Dobell took
five hymns.-[1060.]

Miss JANE E. LEESON. An English authoress; this
hymn comes from her book, "Hymns and Scenes of
Childhood," 1842.-[785.]

Rev. JOHN LELAND. An American Baptist minister,
born in Massachusetts in 1754; preached in the
South, and died in 1841.— [211.]

Rev. RICHARD FREDERICK LITTLEDALE, LL. D., D. C. L.
An English Episcopalian, once a curate in London;
then engaged in literary work; he died in 1890.--
[1157.]

WILLIAM FREEMAN LLOYD. An English layman;
Secretary of the London Sunday-school Union; he
died in Gloucestershire, 1853. [944.]
Rev. SAMUEL LONGFELLOW. An American Unitarian
clergyman; one of the compilers of the "Hymns of
the Spirit"; he died in Portland, Me., Oct. 3, 1892.-
[96, 963.]

Rev. ROBERT LOWTH, D. D. An English Episcopa-
lian; a voluminous author; the Bishop of London;
he died in the year 1787.-[5.]

Rev. MARTIN LUTHER, D. D. The great Reformer;
died in 1546; his hymn was put into English for the
"Sabbath Hymn Book."-[331.]

Rev. THOMAS TOKE LYNCH. An English Congrega-
tionalist, pastor of Mornington Church, Hampstead
Road, London; died in 1871.-[384, 536, 939, 976, 1144.]
Rev. HENRY FRANCIS LYTE. An English Episcopa-
lian; perpetual curate of Lower Brixham, in Devon-
shire; he died in 1847.-[69, 129, 130, 165, 176, 289, 657,
836, 901, 927, 1061, 1062, 1127.]
GEORGE MACDONALD, LL. D. Formerly an Indepen-
dent clergyman; now a member of the Church of
England; an author in London.-[127.]
Rev. JOHN ROSS MACDUFF, D. D. A Scotch Presby-
terian; once a pastor in Glasgow; now a writer
residing at Chiselhurst, Kent.-[398, 488, 637, 772.]
Mrs. MARGARET MACKAY. A Scotch writer, daughter
of Captain Robert Mackay, and wife of Major
William Mackay; she lived at Inverness, and died
at Cheltenham, 1887.-[1138.]
THOMAS MACKELLAR. An American Presbyterian
elder, now residing in Philadelphia in useful and
happy old age; a type-founder, born in New York.-
[240, 971, 1192.]

Rev. WILLIAM DALRYMPLE MACLAGAN, D. D. An
English Episcopalian; Bishop of Lichfield in 1878,
Archbishop of York in 1891.-[686, 687.]

Rev. RICHARD MANT, D. D. Born in England and
educated at Oxford; Bishop of Down and Connor, în
Ireland; died in 1848.-[175, 316, 534, 1083, 1150.]
Rev. DANIEL MARCH, D. D. An American Congrega-
tionalist; pastor in Philadelphia for some years;
now settled at Woburn, Mass.-[966.]
Rev. JOHN MARRIOTT. An English Episcopalian,
minister of a parish in Warwickshire; he died at
Broad Clyst in 1825.-[540.]
Rev. JOSHUA MARSHMAN, D. D. An English Baptist
missionary, who translated Krishnoo Pal's hymn;
he died in 1837, and was buried at Serampore.-
[1032.]

Rev. HENRY ARTHUR MARTIN. An English Episco-
palian; the vicar of Laxton; he resides at Newark-
on-Trent, England.-[1088.]

Rev. JOHN MASON. An English Episcopalian; the
rector of Water-Stratford; he died in 1694.-[810.]
Rev. WILLIAM MASON. An English Episcopalian;
incumbent of Aston, and chaplain of George III.;
he died in 1797.- [2.]
RICHARD MASSIE. An English Episcopalian, residing
at Pulford Hall, Wrexham; translator of Luther's
and Spitta's hymns.- [131, 390, 401, 677, 828.]
Rev. GEORGE MATHESON, D. D. A Presbyterian min-
ister of the Scotch Church; pastor of St. Bernard's
in Edinburgh; blind for many years.-- [701.]
Rev. WILLIAM TIDD MATSON. An English Congrega-
tional minister; settled at Portsmouth.-[845.
Mrs. MARY FAWLER MAUDE. An English Episcopa-
lian; the wife of Rev. Joseph Maude, vicar of
Chirk, and a canon of St. Asaph's Cathedral.-
[1072.]

Mrs. MARY MAXWELL. The authoress of this prize
Home Missionary hymn, preferred to be known only
as “A Lady of Virginia"; she resides in Richmond.
-[1132.]

C. E. MAY. This English author contributed to "The
Choral Hymn-book" of Dr. P. Maurice, published in
London in 1861.-[586.]

Rev. ROBERT MURRAY MCCHEYNE. A Scotch Pres-
byterian of marked piety and great success; min-
ister in Dundee; died in 1843.-[663.]
WILLIAM MCCOMB. An Irish bookseller in Belfast,
long retired from business; he has written several
volumes of verse.-[665.]

Rev. WILLIAM MCDONALD. An American Methodist
preacher; he published his hymn in 1858.-[709.]
Rev. SAMUEL MEDLEY. An English Baptist clergy-
man; pastor at Watford; removed to Liverpool in
1772: he died in 1799.-[371, 609, 904.]
Rev. WILLIAM MERCER. An English Episcopalian;
vicar of St. George's Church in Sheffield; he died in
1873.-[324.]

Rev. JAMES MERRICK. An English Episcopalian;
his original version of the Psalms was considered
valuable; he died in 1769.— [79.]

ALBERT MIDLANE. An English layman, engaged in
business at Newport in the Isle of Wight; an active
Christian and a writer of many good hymns.- (923.]
Rev. JAMES ELWIN MILLARD, D. D. An English
Episcopalian; an author and poet; now the vicar of
Basingstoke, in Hampshire.-[182.]

Rev. HENRY HART MILMAN, D. D. The well-known
Dean of St. Paul's, in London; a historian and poet
of wide fame; died in 1868.-[361, 920.]
JOHN MILTON. The English poet; a Puritan in reli
gious profession; the author of "Paradise Lost"; he
died in 1674.-[1115]

Rev. WILLIAM MITCHELL. An American minister of
the Congregational Church; for much of his life he
was industriously engaged in colonization work in
connection with various societies; he died in Texas
in 1867.-[379.]

Rev. JOHN SAMUEL BEWLEY MONSELL, LL. D. An
English Episcopalian; once a rural dean of Win-
chester; rector in Guildford; died, 1875.-[145, 163,
164, 420, 450, 487, 543, 625, 688, 691, 771, 791, 827, 846, 858,
905, 965, 1100.]
JAMES MONTGOMERY. An adherent of the Moravian
Church; editor of the "Iris," in Sheffield, England;
he died in 1854.-[33, 77, 82, 89, 146, 155, 177, 179, 305, 344,
357, 476, 499, 563, 571, 606, 697, 715, 718, 928, 949, 960, 970,
1026, 1040, 1071, 1076, 1124, 1125, 1147, 1149.]
THOMAS MOORE. The well-known Poet Laureate;
born in Dublin; author of the "Irish Melodies";
he died in 1852.-[616.]

Mrs. ELIZA FANNY MORRIS. An English lady, com-
piler of "The Bible Class Hymn-book"; she now
resides in Malvern.-[103.]

Rev. EDWARD MOTE. An English Baptist; for many
years a pastor at Horsham, Sussex; he died in 1874.--
[777.]

Rev. GERARD MOULTRIE. An English Episcopalian,
vicar of South Leigh, near Oxford; son of Rev.
John Moultrie; he died in 1885.-[350, 492, 520.]
Rev. JOHN MOULTRIE. An English Episcopalian:
rector of Rugby; author of some volumes of verse;
he died in 1874.- [871.]
CHARLES EDWARD MUDIE. An English book-lover
and writer; the founder of the great Library in
London which bears his name; died, 1890.-[1090.]
Rev. WILLIAM A. MUHLENBERG, D. D. The rector of
the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion,
New York; he died in 1877.-[330, 1043, 1229.]
Rev. ELIAS NASON. An American Congregationalist;
the compiler of an excellent collection; residing at
North Bellerica, Mass.; he died in 1887.- [788.]
Rev. JOHN MASON NEALE, D. D. An English Epis.
copalian; Warden of Sackville College; gifted as a
translator; died, 1866.—[157, 184, 187, 202, 326, 345, 346,
362, 363, 386, 431, 442, 572, 653, 730, 733, 737, 738, 798, 841,
842, 982, 1050, 1094, 1189, 1191, 1196, 1198, 1199.]
Rev. JOHN NEEDHAM. An English Baptist minister,
settled in Bristol; there is no record of him after the
year 1787.-[303.]

Rev. ASAHEL NETTLETON, D. D. A Congregational
Minister, an eminent evangelist in New England for
many years; he died in 1843.-[538.]
Rev. EDWIN HENRY NEVIN, D. D. An American Pres-
byterian clergyman, now residing in Philadelphia;
an author of merit and reputation.- [789, 879.]
Rev. JOHN HENRY NEWMAN, D. D. Formerly an
English Episcopalian; afterward a Roman Catholic
Cardinal living in Birmingham; died 1890.— [39, 922.]
Rev. JOHN NEWTON. An English Episcopalian;
curate of Olney; afterward rector of St. Mary
Woolnoth, London; died, 1807.-[38, 66, 136, 141, 143,
144, 148, 151, 192, 217, 221, 234, 353, 369, 413, 577, 602, 667,
669, 685, 782, 805, 814, 877, 991, 993, 1163, 1200.]
Rev. GERARD THOMAS NOEL. An English Episcopa-
lian; brother of the Earl of Gainsborough; vicar of
Romsey; he died in 1851.-[1042.]

Rev. ROBERT M. OFFORD, An American clergyman
of the Reformed Dutch Church; now residing at
Lodi, New Jersey.-[934.]

Rev. THOMAS OLIVERS. An English Methodist trav.
eling preacher of great piety and power; he died in
1799. [189.]

Rev. HENRY USTIC ONDERDONK, D. D. An American
Episcopalian; Bishop of the diocese of Pennsyl
vania; he died in 1858.-[620, 1231.]
EDWARD OSLER. An English surgeon, of the Estab
lished Church; he resided at Swansea and Bath,
and died in 1863.-[418.]

Rev. RAY PALMER, D. D. An American Congrega-
tionalist; pastor in Albany, N. Y. After varied ser-
vice, he died at Newark, N. J., 1887.- [8, 90, 92, 150,
276, 409, 414, 423, 475, 480, 539, 589, 633, 652, 806, 822, 824,
988, 1009, 1023, 1028, 1035, 1057, 1146, 1169, 1172, 1204.]
Rev. ROSWELL PARK, D. D. An American Episco-
palian; this hymn was published in 1836; the author
died in 1869.-[1064.]

Rev. THEDORE PARKER, D. D. An American preacher,
Unitarian at first, quite independent afterward;
died in Italy, 1860.-[547.]

Miss HARRIET PARR. An English writer, "Holme
Lee"; her hymn appeared in a tale in "Household
Words," in 1856.- (228.]

Rev. WILLIAM BOURNE OLIVER PEABODY, D. D. An
American Unitarian; pastor in Springfield, Mass.,
twenty-seven years; died in 1847.-[1139.]

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