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106Congregational Church Hymnal, 1887StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon (1750-1825)O Who Like Thee So Calm, So BrightBishop Arthur Cleveland Coxe (1818-1896)7
258aCongregational Hymnary, 1916StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon (1750-1825)Again, as Evening’s Shadow FallsRev. Samuel Longfellow (1819-1892)4
574bCongregational Hymnary, 1916StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon (1750-1825)O God of Love, O King of PeaceRev. Sir Henry Williams Baker (1821-1877)4
639aCongregational Hymnary, 1916StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon (1750-1825)Immortal Love! To Thy Dear ThroneJonathan Lees (1835-1902)6
077In Excelsis, 1896StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon, 1875O Light of Life, O Savior DearFrancis T. Palgrave, 18655
172bThe Church Hymnal Revised and Enlarged, 1892StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon (1750-1825)What Thanks and Praise to Thee We OweArchbishop William D. Maclagan (1826-1910)6
297bThe Church Hymnal Revised and Enlarged, 1892StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon (1750-1825)Come, Jesus, from the Sapphire ThroneRev. Ray Palmer, 18766
022bThe Hymnal (Presbyterian), 1895StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon, 1875Again, as Evening’s Shadow FallsRev. Samuel Longfellow, 18594
201The Hymnal (Presbyterian), 1895StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon, 1875Teach Me, O Lord, Thy Holy WayRev. William T. Matson (1833-1899)5
581The New Psalms and Hymns, 1901StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon, 1876While Filled with Sadness and DismayAnonymous4
085The Primitive Methodist Hymnal, 1889StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon (1750-1825)How Sweetly Flowed the Gospel’s SoundSir John Bowring (1792-1872)4