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Text: William How and James W. Elliott, ‘Who is this so weak and helpless?’ in several compilations

Type of text
hymn
Contained in

Henry Stretton (compiler), Church hymns: or, hymns for the Sundays, Festivals and other seasons of the ecclesiastical year, as observed in the Church of England (London: 1850), item 555

William H. Monk (comp. Henry Baker), [Hymns ancient and modern] (London: Novello, 1860), item 523

Contributors

lyricist: HOW, Bishop William  (1823-1897)

composer: ELLIOTT, James W.  (1833-1915)

Main language(s)
English
Associated slide sets

reading for Who is this so weak and helpless? (song: Newton & Co., 5 slides, in/before 1925)

reading for Who is this? (song: Bamforth & Co., 8 slides, 1898)

reading for Who is this so weak and helpless? (song: Newton & Co., 8 slides, c.1925)

Lucerna ID 4005372

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 31 July 2008

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