1827–1909

Sep­tem­ber 25, 1827, Ox­ford, Eng­land.

Feb­ru­a­ry 13, 1909, Cannes, France.

Trent Park, Cock­fosters, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Bevan was the daugh­ter of Phil­ip Ni­cho­las Shut­tle­worth (war­den of New College at Ox­ford, and later bi­shop of Chi­ches­ter, Eng­land) and Em­ma Mar­tha Welch. In 1856, she mar­ried Ro­bert Coop­er Lee Be­van, of the Lom­bard Street bank­ing firm that lat­er became Bar­clays Bank.

She pub­lished se­ver­al books trans­lat­ing Ger­man hymns in­to Eng­lish. Her works in­clude:

  1. Bride, The
  1. Allured in­to the De­sert
  2. Am I Not Enough, Mine Own?
  3. Art Thou Wea­ry, Sad, and Lone­ly?
  4. As the Bride­groom to His Chos­en
  5. As the Li­ly of the Val­ley
  6. As the Song of Him Who Sing­eth
  7. At the Lord’s Right Hand There Are Plea­sures
  8. Bread That Cam­est Down from Hea­ven
  9. Child of the Eter­nal Fa­ther
  10. Christ Re­ceiv­eth Sin­ful Men
  11. Come, Child­ren, On and For­ward!
  12. Draw Me to Thee
  13. Evening Comes, The
  14. For Him the Wil­der­ness Did Not Sing
  15. From the Bright­ness of the Glo­ry
  16. From the Glo­ry and the Glad­ness
  17. From the Pal­ace of His Glo­ry
  18. From the Rock That God Has Riv­en
  19. Glorious and Sol­emn Hour
  20. Glorious Riv­er of God’s Plea­sures
  21. God in Hea­ven Hath a Trea­sure
  22. God Is Pre­sent with Us
  23. The Hart Pant­eth Af­ter the Wa­ters
  24. Hath Not Each Heart a Pas­sion and a Dream?
  25. He Found Me the Lost and the Wan­der­ing
  26. Here on Earth a Tem­ple Stands
  27. His Priest Am I
  28. Homeless Strang­er Amongst Us Came, A
  29. How Good It Is, When Weaned from All Be­side
  30. I Am Not O Words Un­wel­come
  31. I Go on My Way Re­joic­ing
  32. I Was Jour­ney­ing in the Noon­tide
  33. I Would Bear in My Bo­dy the Dy­ing
  34. In Him We Live
  35. In the Depths of His Bright Glo­ry
  36. In the Great and Ter­ri­ble Wil­der­ness
  37. In the Par­a­dise of Glo­ry
  38. In the World Ye Shall Have Tri­bu­la­tion
  39. It Ends—The Vi­gil of High Fes­tiv­al
  40. It Was on a Win­ter’s Morn­ing
  41. Jesus, the One Un­chang­ing
  42. Land! The Glo­ry of All Lands, The
  43. Let Him Lead Thee Blind­fold On­wards
  44. Little While! How Near­ly Gone, The
  45. Man, Ear­thy of the Earth
  46. My Be­loved, from Earth’s Ma­ny Voic­es
  47. Name of Jesus! High­est Name!
  48. No More Veil! God Bids Me En­ter
  49. No Oth­er Voice Than Thine
  50. None but Christ (at­trib­ut­ed)
  51. Now Have I Seen Thee and Found Thee
  52. O Father! Not My Will, but Thine Be Done!
  53. O God, a World of Emp­ty Show
  54. O God, Through Christ the Liv­ing Way
  55. O Lord, in My Songs I Have Praised Thee
  56. O Lord, the Most Fair
  57. O Past and Gone!
  58. O Path Which No Ea­gle Know­eth
  59. O That Thy Name May Be Sound­ed
  60. O Name, the Psalm and the Mu­sic
  61. Oft Comes to Me a Bless­ed Hour
  62. Oh When Shall the Fair Day Break?
  63. On, O Be­loved Child­ren
  64. One with Christ—Within the Gold­en Ci­ty
  65. Peace! O Restless Heart of Mine
  66. Prodigal's Re­turn, The
  67. Race of God’s Anoint­ed Priests, The
  68. Rise, Ye Child­ren of Sal­va­tion
  69. Soul, Jour­ney­ing Through the De­sert Wild
  70. Still, O Soul! The Sign and Won­der
  71. Stillness Midst the Ev­er Chang­ing
  72. Sweet Shades and Fields That Glow
  73. Sweet to Trace His Toil­ing Foot­steps
  74. Take Me, Je­sus, to Thy Breast
  75. There Is a Balm for Ev­ery Pain
  76. There It Is Fair
  77. There Sounds a Glo­ri­ous Mu­sic
  78. Thou Knew­est Not Where to Lay Thy Head
  79. Thou Say­est, Fit Me, Fa­shion Me for Thee
  80. Thou Sweet, Be­lov­èd Will of God
  81. Thou Who Giv­est of Thy Glad­ness
  82. To Heart and Soul How Sweet Thou Art
  83. To Learn, and Yet to Learn
  84. To Me to Live Is Christ
  85. To Praise Him in the Dance!
  86. To Thee, Lord, My Heart Un­fold­eth
  87. Wanderer, Rest Thy Wea­ry Feet
  88. We Slept—A Sleep of Death
  89. We Thank Thee, Lord, for Wea­ry Days
  90. Where Is a God? Doth Wea­ry Rea­son Say
  91. Where Is the School for Each and All?
  92. Wherefore Go­est Thou with Me?
  93. Who Are These Who Come Amongst Us?
  94. Who Are These Whose Fac­es Are Ir­ra­di­ate?

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