Thomas Campbell

Thomas Campbell
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Short Name: Thomas Campbell
Full Name: Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844
Birth Year: 1777
Death Year: 1844

Campbell, Thomas, the Poet, has little in common with hymnody. A few of his pieces, including," When Jordan hushed its waters still," are found in a limited number of hymnals. His poetical works, The Pleasures of Hope, Gertrude of Wyoming, and others, have been reprinted several times. He was born at Glasgow, 1777; died at Boulogne, 1844, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Texts by Thomas Campbell (11)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A star appeared, and peaceful threwThomas Campbell (Author)English2
And can it be that I should gainThomas Campbell, 1777-1844 (Author)English1
Hark! from the midnight hills aroundThomas Campbell, 1777-1844 (Author)English2
Men of England! who inherit rights that cost your sires their blood!Thomas Campbell, 1777-1844 (Author)English2
O Zion, lift thy raptured eyeT. Campbell (Author)6
The Lord into his garden comesCampbell (Translator)English1
The more we live more brief appearThomas Campbell (Author)4
Triumphant arch, that fill'st the skyT. Campbell (Author)3
[Creeds]Thomas Campbell (Author)English1
What hallows ground where heroes sleepT. Campbell (Author)2
When Jordan hushed his waters stillT. Campbell (Author)English60
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