Just as they are (without one plea)

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Today I was looking up the hymns with the most instances in the database, and I was surprised to see that there was a tie for 1678

The first one, 16th most instances overall, was "Just as I Am, without One Plea", Tied with it, 17th in the list, was "Just as I Am".  

One of them has an authority page called "just_as_i_am_without_one_plea", the other one "just_as_I_am_without_one_plea". I didn't even know the system would accept a capital letter in that context.

I think it would be a good idea to remove one of these, but I don't know if there's material in the capital-I one that's missing from the lowercase-i one. 


Haruo (Leland)


The capital I authority is invalid and we have corrected the instances where this appeared. The search page listed both cases separately, even though they were all connected to the same authority. This should straighten out in a few days.

I didn't know quite what to make of it.

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