|Short Name:||Anna Shipton|
|Full Name:||Shipton, Anna|
Shipton, Anna. Concerning this writer we can ascertain no details beyond the fact that she published:—
(1) Whispers in the Palms. Hymns and Meditations. London, W. Yapp, 1855; second edition, augmented, 1857. (2) Precious Gems for the Saviour's Diadem, 1862. (3) The Brook in the Way; Original Hymns, 1864. (4) Tell Jesus: Recollections of E. Gosse. (5) The Cottage on The Hock, an Allegory. Also other smaller books.
Her hymns in common use include:—
i. From her Whispers in the Palms, 1855-57.
1. Down in the pleasant pastures. The Good Shepherd.
2. Father, My cup is full. Gethsemane.
3. How shall I praise Thee, O my God? Praise.
4. Jesus, Master, hear my cry. Blind Bartimaeus.
ii. From her other Works.
5. Call them in, the poor,the wretched (1862). Home Missions.
6. Praise God, ye gladdening smiles of mom. Ps. cxlviii.
-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
|Texts by Anna Shipton (15)||As||Instances|
|Call them in! the poor, the wretched||Anna Shipton (Author)||58|
|Come to Jesus, ye who wander||Anna Shipton (Author)||8|
|Down in the pleasant pastures||Anna Shipton (Author)||9|
|Father, my cup is full!||Anna Shipton (Author)||2|
|Jesus, Master, hear my [me] cry||Anna Shipton (Author)||8|
|Kald dem ind, de Arme, Ringe||Anna Shipton (Author)||2|
|Let us go forth and leave the world behind us||Anna Shipton (Author)||2|
|No more my own, Lord Jesus||Anna Shipton (Author)||17|
|Noedga dem, de djupast fallna||Anna Shipton (Author)||2|
|Praise God, ye gladdening smiles of morn||Anna Shipton (Author)||5|
|Press forward and fear not though billows||Anna Shipton (Author)||6|
|Ruft sie her von allen Orten||Anna Shipton (Author)||2|
|Sow ye beside all waters||Anna Shipton (Author)||6|
|Whene'er my faithless footsteps||Anna Shipton (Author)||2|
|Who are these whose songs are sounding||Anna Shipton (Author)||9|