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Blessed Jesus, ere We Part

Author: Christian H. Bateman

Bateman, Christian Henry, son of John Bateman, was born Aug. 9, 1813, at Wyke, near Halifax. After studying in the Moravian Church and exercising his ministry there for a time, he became, in 1843, minister of Richmond Place Congregational Church, Edinburgh. After 1846 he was successively Congregational minister at Hopton, in Yorkshire, and Beading, in Berkshire. On taking Holy Orders in the Church of England he became, 1869-71, curate of St. Luke's, Jersey, and Chaplain to the Forces; 1871-75, Vicar of All Saints, Childshill, Middlesex; 1877-84, curate of St. John's, Penymynydd, Hawarden. His hymns appeared mainly in:— The Sacred Song Book (Edin., Gall & Inglis, subsequently published as Sacred Melodies for Children; and as 200 Sacred Me… Go to person page >

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First Line: Blessed Jesus, ere we part
Title: Blessed Jesus, ere We Part
Author: Christian H. Bateman
Copyright: Public Domain

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Christian Praise #307

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Devotional hymns #S242

Faith Hymns #d13

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Faith Hymns (New ed.) #139

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Hymns and Songs of Praise for Public and Social Worship #551

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Manual for the chapel of Girard College #17

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Sabbath-School Hymn-Book #14

Songs of Christian Praise with Music #d50

Songs of Victory #d20

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The New Hosanna #131

The Royal Banner #d2

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