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Gems for the Little Ones

Publication Date: 1879 Publisher: B. Griffith Person Name: C. R. Blackall Publication Place: Philadelphia Editors: C. R. Blackall; B. Griffith

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Bim, bome, bim bome, rings the churchbell from the

Author: C. R. Blackall Appears in 3 hymnals Person Name: C. R. Blackall

Busy we would be for Jesus

Author: C. R. Blackall Appears in 1 hymnal Person Name: C. R. Blackall

Join the glad song

Author: C. R. Blackall Appears in 2 hymnals Person Name: C. R. Blackall First Line: Come, come, join in the singing

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Bim, bome, bim bome, rings the churchbell from the

Author: C. R. Blackall Hymnal: G4L11879 #d4 (1879) Person Name: C. R. Blackall Languages: English

Busy we would be for Jesus

Author: C. R. Blackall Hymnal: G4L11879 #d5 (1879) Person Name: C. R. Blackall Languages: English

Join the glad song

Author: C. R. Blackall Hymnal: G4L11879 #d7 (1879) Person Name: C. R. Blackall First Line: Come, come, join in the singing Languages: English

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B. Griffith

Publisher of "" in Gems for the Little Ones Philadelphia

C. R. Blackall

1830 - 1924 Hymnal Number: d4 Author of "Bim, bome, bim bome, rings the churchbell from the" in Gems for the Little Ones Blackall, Christopher Ruby, M.D., born in New York State, 1830, and educated for the medical profession. For 15 years he followed his profession, including service in the army during the civil war. Subsequently he managed, for 14 years, a branch of the Baptist Publication Society, taking at the same time great interest in Sunday School work. He edited the Advanced Bible Lesson Quarterly, for 3 years, and also Our Little Ones. 1. The prize is set before us. Heaven anticipated. This is one of Dr. Blackall's most popular hymns for children. It was written in 1874 for the Sunday School of 2nd Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, and set to music by H. R. Palmer. It first appeared in Palmer's Songs of Love for the Bible School, 1874, from whence it has passed into numerous collections, including I. D. Sankey's Sacred Songs and Solos, Lond., 1881. 2. Follow the paths of Jesus. Following Jesus. This is included in the Baptist Hymn [& Tune] Book, Phila., 1871, No. 701. 3. Do the right, never fear. Duty . In W. R. Stevenson's School Hymnal, Lond., 1880, No. 269. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Mrs. T. J. Carney

1823 - 1908 Person Name: Julia A. Carney Hymnal Number: d24 Author of "Little things" in Gems for the Little Ones Carney, Julia Abigail (Fletcher). (Lancaster, Massachusetts, April 6, 1823--November 1, 1908, Galesburg, Illinois). Universalist. Married Rev. T.J. Carney, a Universalist minister. Author of many prose articles and poems, generally published in Universalist periodicals. In later life she lived in Galesburg, Illinois. Three of her hymns were included in Church Harmonies, New and Old, 1895: 1. Father, we pray for those who dwell 2. Our heaven is everywhere 3. Think gently of the erring --Henry Wilder Foote, DNAH Archives ======================= Carney, Julia A., née Fletcher, was born in 1823. She was a teacher for some time in one of the Boston Primary Schools, U.S.A., which was held in the vestry of Hollis Street Church, in that city. This Church was demolished in 1846. It was for use in these Primary Schools that her "Little drops of water" (q.v.) was written in 1845. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)



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