|Short Name:||Jane Elizabeth Roscoe Hornblower|
|Full Name:||Hornblower, Jane Elizabeth Roscoe, 1787-1853|
Roscoe, Jane, a second daughter of William Roscoe, was born in 1797, married to Francis Hornblower in 1838, and died in 1853. Her Poems by one of the Authors of Poems for Youth by a Family Circle were published in 1820, and her Poems in 1843, Her hymns in common use are:—
1. How rich the blessings, O my God. Gratitude. In the Liverpool Kenshaw Street Collection 1818.
2. My Father, when around me spread. Peace in Affliction. Appeared in the Monthly Repository, Dec, 1828; and the Sacred Offering, 1832.
3. O God, to Thee, Who first hast given. Self-Consecration. In Poems for Youth, 1820.
4. Thy will be done, I will not fear. Resignation.
[Rev. Valentine D. Davis, B.A.]
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
|Texts by Jane Elizabeth Roscoe Hornblower (8)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|How rich the blessings, O my God||Jane Roscoe (Author)||English||18|
|My Father, when around me spread||Roscoe (Author)||6|
|O God, to thee, who first hast given||Jane Roscoe (Author)||2|
|O who shall say he knows the folds||Jane Roscoe (Author)||5|
|Oh! seize this hour, for day by day||Jane Elizabeth Roscoe Hornblower (Author)||English||2|
|Thy will be done, I will not fear||Jane R. Hornblower (Author)||42|
|When anguish bows me down||Jane Roscoe (Author)||3|
|When human hopes and joys depart||Roscoe (Author)||1|