|Short Name:||Henry Warburton Hawkes|
|Full Name:||Hawkes, Henry Warburton, 1843-1917|
Hawkes, Henry Warburton, born at Kendal, 1843, for sixteen years minister of the North End Mission, Liverpool, from 1891 to 1900 of the Bootle Free Church, since 1906 of West Kirby Free Church. Editor of Hymns of Help and Songs of Praise, 1882; and Hymns and Sacred Songs for Church and Home. 1891, Reprinted and enlarged, 1898. The edition of 1898 has about 100 of his own hymns and adaptations for popular tunes.
1. Amid the din of earthly strife. Vision of the Christ.
2. Father, Thy dear name we own. Litany.
3. Heavenward lift your banners. Christian Warfare.
4. Peace, perfect peace, the gift of God within. Inward Peace.
5. Thank we now the Lord of heaven. Christmas.
6. Thou knowest, Lord! Thou know'st my life's deep story. The Searcher of Hearts.
No. 3 published 1882; 1, 2, 4, 5 published 1891; 6 published 1898.
[Rev. James Mearns, M.A.]
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)
|Texts by Henry Warburton Hawkes (11)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Amid the din of earthly strife||Henry W. Hawkes (Author)||7|
|O my soul lift up thy voice, Sing and evermore rejoice||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||3|
|Our hymns are sung, our prayers are said||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||2|
|Peace, perfect peace, the gift of God within||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||2|
|Pilgrims on life's journey speeding||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||3|
|Reveal thy truth, O Lord||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||8|
|Thank we now the Lord of heaven||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||5|
|There lives a voice within me||H. W. Hawkes (Author)||English||1|
|Thou knowest, Lord, thou knowest my life's deep story||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||7|
|Thy kingdom come, O Lord, we daily cry||Henry Warburton Hawkes (Author)||English||13|
|Sain clychau ffydd! o gopa mynydd draw (Ring bells of faith! from mountain summit bright)||Henry W. Hawkes (Author)||English, Welsh||2|