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*Cambridge, Ada, daughter of Henry Cambridge; born at S. Germains, Norfolksbire, 21 November, 1844; married (1869) the Rev. George Frederick Cross, Australia. Her hymns have appeared in Hymns on the Holy Communion (1866), The People's
Hymnal (1867)+, Lays of the Pious Minstrels (1862), etc. + Light of the world, O shine on us .......... 368 Cameron, William, born in 1751; ordained to the parish of
Kirknewton, in Mid-Lothian, 1785; died at Kirknewton, 17 November, 1811. His hymns appeared in the Scottish Para. phrases (1781)t, many of which he altered from hymns by Watts
and others, and in a posthumous volume of Poems (1813). † Ho, ye that thirst, approach the spring ........ 99 † How bright these glorious spirits shine ........ 110 Canitz, Frederick Rudolph Louis, Baron von, born
in Berlin, 27 November, 1654; state chamberlain, diplomatist, and privy councillor; died 11 August, 1699. His hymns were not
published till 1727. Come, my soul, thou must be waking [ANON, 1838]. .... 320
Seele, du musst munter werden. Carlyle, Joseph Dacre, B.D., son of George Carlyle, M.D.,
of Carlisle, where he was born 4 June, 1758; Professor of Arabic at Cambridge; Chancellor of Carlisle in succession to Dr. Paley; Vicar of Newcastle-on-Tyne; died at the Vicarage, 12 April, 1804. His three hymns appeared in a posthumous volume of
Poems suggested chiefly by Scenes in Asia Minor (1805). Lord, when we bend before Thy throne . ........ 169 *Carlyle, Thomas, son of a small farmer, near Ecclefechan,
Dumfriesshire; born 4 December, 1795. His translation of Luther's rendering of the 46th Psalm was published in a paper on Luther': Psalm in Fraser's Magazine, 1831.
A safe stronghold our God is still .
. .305 Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott. [LUTHBB]. Cary Phæbe, born in Hamilton County, Ohio, U.S., in 1825; died
at Newport, U.S., 31 July, 1871. Her Poems and Parodies were
published in 1854.7 + One sweetly solemn thought (1852) ......... 416 *Caswali, the Rev. Edward, son of the Rev. R. O. Caswall, Vicar of Yately, Hampshire; born at Yately, 15 July, 1814. His ranslations appeared in Lyra Catholica (1849).
Glory be to Jesus' Gesui raron., i7th or 18th cent.] "
Jesus, the very thought of Thee . .....
Jesu, dulcis memoria. [BERNARD OF CLAIRvaux.] *
My God, I love Thee, not because. .
O Deus, ego amo Te: jxavire .... 377
Cawood, John, son of a small farmer; born at Matlock, Der.
byshire, 18 March, 1775; Perpetual Curate of 8. Ann's, Bewdley,
Worcestershire; died 7 November, 1852. His hymns were never
published by himself, but found a place in Cotterill's Selection of
Psalms and Hymns (1819)t, Montgomery's Christian Psalmist
† Almighty God, Thy Word is cast ..........
+ Hark, what mean those holy voices . . . . . . .
. C. 46
Cennick, John, born at Reading, Berkshire, 1717; became a
preacher under Wesley; afterwards (1745) joined the Moravians;
died in London, 4 July, 1755. His hymns appeared in Sacred
Hymns for the Children of God in the Days of their Pilgrimage
(1741–1744)t, Sacred Hymns for the use of Religious Societies
(1743–1745)I, Hymns to the Honour of Jesus Christ, Composed for
such Little Children as Desire to be Saved (1754) ||, the Moravian
Hymnbook of 1789,1 etc.
+ Be present at our table, Lord
. . . . . . i 0.
+ Brethren, let us join to bless (1742) . . . . . . . . . 22
+ Children of the heavenly King (1742). ....... 24
+ Ere I sleep, for every favour. . . . . . . . . . . . 325
|| Happy the children who are gone....C44
I Jesus, my all, to Heaven is gone. . . . . . . . . . . 360
Lo, He comes, with clouds descending . . . . . . . . . 148
I We thank Thee, Lord, for this our food ....... C. 11
*Chandler, John, M.A., son of the Rev. John F. Chandler;
§ This hymn is only founded on Cenpick's, which began,
“Lo! He cometh : countless trumpets,"
and appeared in A Collection of Sacred Music, 1752 (Dublin). Chas.
Wesley based upon Cennick's a hymn which appeared in Hymns of
Intercession for all Mankind (1758), and this, as varied by Madan
in his Collection (1760), is the form in which the hymn is familiar.
Olivers composed for it the tune Helmsley from an air which he
heard on the street [See NOTES].
born at Witley, Godalming, Surrey, 16 June, 1806; Vicar of
Witley. His translations appeared in Hymns of the Primitive
Church (1837)t, and some original hymns in a little volume pub.
lished many years ago. I
| Above the clear blue sky: .............0.4
* Hallelujah, best and sweetest ...
Alleluia, dulce carmen (Anon. 13
+ O Christ, our hope, our heart's desire
Jesu, nostra Redemptio [Anox. 9th or 10th cent.]
O Jesus, Lord of light and grace ..
Splendor Paternae gloriæ favoriresei ... • 401
*Chapman, Robert Cleaver.
No condemnation, O my soul (1837). ......... 388
Claudius, Matthias, son of the Pastor of Reinfeld, in Hol.
stein; born at the vicarage of Reinfeld, 15 August, 1740; lived at
Wandsbeck, near Hamburg; died at Hamburg, 21 January,
1815. His hymns appeared in the Wandsbecker Bote (1774-1812),
where that below will be found in Paul Erdmann's Fest (1782).
We plough the fields and scatter (Anon.] . .
scatter [Anon.] ...... C. 149
Wir pflügen, und wir streuen.
Clausnitzer, Tobias, born at Thum, near Annaberg, in
Saxony, in the year 1619; chaplain to the Swedish army in the
Thirty Years' War; Pastor at Pargstein and Weyden, in the Pala.
tinate; died 7 May, 1684. He wrote but three hymns.
Dear Lord, to hear Thee and Thy Word (L. C. SMITH) . . . 50
Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier.
* Codner, Mrs. Elzabeth.
Lord, I hear of showers of blessing (1860). ....... 369
Collyer, William Bengo, D.D., born at Blackheath, near
London, 14 April, 1782; Pastor of the Congregational Church
at Peckham; died 9 January, 1854. His hymns appeared in
Hymns partly Collected and partly Original (1812) and (eighty-nine
hymns) in Services suited to the Solemnization of Matrimony,
Baptism, etc. (1837).
Great God, what do I see and hear 28
Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit. (RINGWALDT.]
§ Jacobi (Psalmodia Germanica, 1722; 2nd ed. 1732) trans-
lated Ringwaldt's hymn; Dr. Collyer saw what he sup-
posed to have been the first verse of the translation, and composed
additional verses ; and under other hands the hymn gradually took
Conder, Josian, son of a bookseller; born in London, 17 Sep-
tember, 1789; publisher, editor, voluminous author, and lay
preacher; died at St. John's Wood, 27 December, 1855. Many
of his hymns (fifty-six) were contributed to the Congregational
Hymnbook (1836), which he compiled. A revised edition of his
Hymns of Praise, Prayer, and Devout Meditationt appeared in
+ Heavenly Father, to whose eye . . . . . . . .
+ Praise the God of all creation . . . . . . . . . 491, VIII
Cooper, J. [?] The hymn is credited to this name in some of
the early editions of Cotterill's Selection, where it appeared.
Father of heaven, whose love profound. ........ 58
Cosin, John, D.D., son of Giles Cosin, of Norwich; born at
Norwich, 30 November, 1594; was made Bishop of Durham,
1660; died at Westminster, 15 January, 1672. The translation
below is found in his Collection of Private Devotions (1627), and
is supposed to be by him.
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire. ......... 31
Veni Creator Spiritus (CHARLEMAGNE ?]
Cotterill, Thomas, M.A., born 4 December, 1779, at Can.
nock, in Staffordshire; Curate of St. Paul's, Sheffield; died
29 December, 1823. His hymns appeared in A Selection of
Psalms and Hymns for Public and Private Use (1810; 8th ed.
Lord, cause Thy face on us to shine . . . . . . . . . . .
Not unto us, but Thee, O Lord* ........... 177
*Cousin, Anne Ross, daughter of David Ross Cundell, M.D.,
Leith ; married William Cousin, Minister of the Free Church of
Scotland at Melrose. The hymn below first appeared in the
Christian Treasury (1857).
The sands of time are sinking (1857). ......... 446
Cowper, William, of the Inner Temple, son of the Rev. John
Cowper, D.D., Rector of Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire; born
at the Rectory, 15 November, 1781; died at East Dereham, 25
its present form. This first stanza does not occur in Jacobi's
translation, which begins :
"'Tis sure that awful time will come,"
but seems to have been condensed from it by some compiler. (See
* Founded on one of Cennick's hymns, beginning, “ Let us,
the sheep by Jesus nam'd." [See NOTES.)
April, 1800. He united with Newton in writing the Olney Hymns
(1779), to which he contributed 67 out of 340.
Far from the world, O Lord, I fee
. . . 327
For mercies countless as the sands . . . . . . . . . . 332
God moves in a mysterious way* . . . . . . . . . 76
God of my life, to Thee I call..
Hark, my soul! it is the Lord . .
Jesus, where'er Thy people meett. . . . . . . . . . . 137
O for a closer walk with God . . . . . . . . . . . 394
Sometimes a light surprises . .
. . 431
The Spirit breathes upon the Word . . . . . . . . . . 259
There is a fountain filled with blood . . . . . . . . . . 262
What various hindrances we meet. . . . . . . . . . . 476
* Cox, Frances Elizabeth, daughter of G. V. Cox, M.A.;
born at Oxford. Her translations appeared in Sacred Hymns
from the German (1841; new edition, revised, 18647).
† Jesus lives : no longer now (1841).
Jesus lebt. mit Thm auch ich rGel
+ O let him whose sorrow (1841) ...
Wem in Jeidenstagen roswiani...... 100
† Wake, the startling watch-cry pealeth (1864) : .... 467
Wachet auf! ruft uns die Stimme (NICOLAI].
*Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, D.D., son of Dr. 8. H. Core, of
Brooklyn, U. 8.; born at Mendham, New Jersey, 10 May, 1818;
appointed Bishop of Western New York, 1864. Most of his
hymns have appeared in Christian Ballads and Poems (1840).
Saviour, sprinkle many nations . ........... 230
Crewdson, Jane, daughter of George Fox, of Perran, Corn.
wall, where she was born, October, 1809; married, 1836, Thomas
D. Crewdson, of Manchester; died at Summerlands, near Man.
chester, 14 September, 1863. Her hymns appeared in A Little
While and Other Poems (1864).
There is no sorrow, Lord, too light .......... 451
Cross, Mrs. (See Cambridge.]
Crossman, Samuel, B.D., son of Samuel Crossman, of Brad.
field Monachorum, Suffolk; born in the year 1624 ; Preben.
dary of Bristol ; died 4 February, 1683. His hymns appeared in
The Youny Man's Meditation, or Some Few Sacred Poems upon
Select Subjects and Scriptures (1664).
Sweet place, sweet place alone ............ 440
* Composed during a solitary walk in the fields, when under
apprehension of a second attack of lunacy.
f Written for the opening service of the prayer meeting at Olney
when it was removed to a larger room.