1816-1893

1816, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, England.

August 21, 1893, St. Pancras, London, England.

Son of George Darling, M. D., Thomas was educated at Charterhouse and St. John’s College, Cambridge (BA 1838, MA 1841). In 1839, he took Holy Orders, and subsequently became Incumbent of Thanington (near Canterbury), and in 1848 Rector of St. Michael Royal with St. Martin-Vintry, City of London. His works include:

  1. All Saints of the Lord
  2. As Chief Among Ten Thousand See
  3. At Early Dawn the Mountain Bound
  4. Behold, I Come; and with Me Bring
  5. Behold, the Vineyard of the Lord
  6. By Faith, from Day to Day
  7. Everlasting Hills Declare, The
  8. Father of Heaven, All Nature Upholding
  9. From Cleft in the Pyrenean Rock
  10. Lift High a Festal Canticle
  11. Lord Jesus, Taken from Thy Servants’ Sight
  12. Most Gracious Lord, in All Distress
  13. O King of Kings, Before Whose Throne
  14. Shepherd of the Ransomed Flock
  15. There Are Who Mount with Eagle Wings
  16. There Is a Stream Whose Waters Flow
  17. To God the Glory, While We Tell
  18. We Now with One Accord
    • Let All Men Praise the Lord
  19. What Light Is This Whose Silvery Gleam
  20. Where Dwells the Glorious King?
  21. Who, When Beneath Affliction’s Rod
  22. Winds of God Have Changed Their Note, The