Eliza H. Hamilton
HAMILTON, Eliza H. b. Glasgow, 3 October 1807; d. Bridge of Allan, Stirling, 14 April 1868. Hamilton’s Hymns for the Weary was published at some time before 1869. In that year the Third Edition was advertised in an Edinburgh newspaper, the Daily Review (British Newspaper Archive, 3, 10 and 17 February), together with several other publications by Eliza H. Hamilton, such as The Destroyer, a Temperance Tale, price 1s 6d, The Convent: or, Paths of Danger, price 2d, The Hurricane: a Touching Story, price 2d, and Charlie Grant, the Young Pedlar, price 1d (information from the B.N.A. via the Secretary of the Scottish Church History Society, to Douglas Galbraith*).
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