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Error Report - Edward W. Kellogg

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1. The page at http://www.hymnary.org/text/savior_listen_to_our_prayer_poor_and_sin gives the author of "Saviour, Listen to Our Prayer" as James H. Kellogg. However, every page scan we examined shows the author as Edward W. Kellogg.

2. The page at http://www.hymnary.org/person/Kellogg_EW1 lists "We Three Kings of Orient Are" as one as one of Edward W. Kellogg's hymns. In fact, this hymn was written by John H. Hopkins (http://www.hymnary.org/text/we_three_kings_of_orient_are).


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I changed the author of "Savior listen to our prayer" to Edward W. Kellogg on the tune summary page, however since it was credited to James in the DNAH information, he will still be associated with some instances until we have a chance to look at all the hymnals.

Edward W. Kellogg is clearly credited as the author of "We Three Kings of Orient Are" in some hymnals including "Prayer and Praise" and "Singing on the Way" We have James Hopkins credited on the text summary page.

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