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Hark, ’tis the Saviour of mankind

Hark, ‘tis the Saviour of Mankind.  John Murray* (ca. 1840-1815) This is the last of five hymns, all first published in the 1782 edition of Christian Hymns, Poems and Sacred Sons, Sacred to the Praise of God, Our Saviour, compiled by English Universalist James Relly and his brother John Relly.  The book was first published in London in 1754, and the 1782 edition was published in Portsmouth, New Hampshire for Noah Parker (1734-1787), a convert of Murray’s and preacher in Portsmouth (Brewster, pp. 124-127).  The hymn is reproduced below in a modern font (the original as it appeared in 1782 can be viewed at https://archive.org/details/christianhymnpo00rell, pp.235-236).            Hark,...

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