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"O Lord Our Lord" Horatio Palmer

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Does anyone have a scan of "O Lord, Our Lord (how excellent Thy name)" which was written by Horatio Palmer and first published in "The Song Monarch" in 1874? I see Palmer listed as a composer on hymnary.org, and I see "O Lord Our Lord how excellent Thy name" (I guess it's the same one) listed, without a composer and without any lyrics or page scans. I know of several hymnals with that hymn, but I guess none of them have been scanned.


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http://slideplayer.com/slide/3193854/

and this seems to be the same presentation, downloadable:

http://www.4thandelm.com/bulletin/ppt-songs/PowerPoint%20Songs/tph/O/O%20Lord%20Our%20Lord%20-%20SFP.ppt

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