|Short Name:||E. Vaughan|
|Full Name:||Vaughan, E. (Edmund), 1827-1908|
Vaughan, Edmund, C.SS.R., was born Nov. 26, 1827, at Courtfield, Ross, Hereford, and is now (1906) one of the clergy of Our Lady of the Annunciation, Bishop Eton, Wavertree, Lanes. He is the author of all (except No. 21, “Mary sings, the ravish'd heavens," which is by T. E. Bridgett) of the translations from S. Alfonso Maria de' Liguori, which were edited by Bp. Coffin in 1863 (see pp. 242, i.; 1577, i.). He is also the author of the following original hymns:—
1. God of mercy and compassion. Repentance.
2. Happy we, who thus united. The Holy Family.
3. Hark ! angelic songs resounding. St. Alfonso.
4. Holy Spirit! Fount of wisdom. Whitsuntide.
5. Let those who seek the world to please. The Holy Family.
6. Yes, heaven is the prize. Heaven.
Of these Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 appeared in Hymns for the Confraternity of the Holy Family, 1854, in Hymns for the Year, 1867, and others ; while No. 4 is in the 1885 C.SS.R. Appendix to the Hymns for the Year, No. 336. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.]
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)
|Texts by E. Vaughan (21)||As||Instances|
|God of mercy and compassion, Look with pity||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||15|
|Happy we, who thus united||Rev. E. Vaughan (Author)||1|
|I dwell a captive in this heart||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||4|
|Jesus, food of angels||Father E. Vaughan, C.SS.R. (Author)||8|
|Jesus, Lord, be thou my own||Rev. E. Vaughan, C.SS.R. (Translator)||5|
|Let those who seek the world to please||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||2|
|Look down O mother Mary||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||3|
|Mother Mary, Queen most sweet||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||2|
|My God, O goodness infinite||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||1|
|My Jesus! Say what wretch has dared||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||2|
|O all ye nations, praise the Lord, Each with a different tongue||Vaughan (Author)||1|
|O bread of heaven, beneath this veil||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||11|
|O God of loveliness||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||15|
|O God of mercy and compassion||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||2|
|O mother blest, whom God bestows||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||10|
|Raise your voices, vales and mountains||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||5|
|Sing the holy family's praises||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||2|
|'Tis thy good pleasure, not my own||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||2|
|Uplift the voice and sing||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||2|
|When the loving Shepherd Ere he left the earth||Rev. E. Vaughan, C.SS.R. (Author)||2|
|Yes, heaven is the prize||Edmund Vaughan (Author)||10|