1734-1820
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January 1, 1734, Redruth, Cornwall.

February 11, 1820, Bath, Somerset, England.

Bath Abbey.

After practicing as a physician, Haweis attended Christ’s College, Cambridge, then took Holy Orders. He became assistant preacher with Martin Madan at the Lock Hospital, Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, England. He was also chaplain to Lady Huntingdon’s chapel at Bath, England, and Rector at All Saints’ Church in Aldwincle. His works include:

  1. Behold the Lamb of God
  2. Dark Was the Night and Cold the Ground
  3. Enthroned on High, Almighty Lord!
  4. From the Cross
  5. Happy Morn Is Come, The
  6. Great Spirit, by Whose Mighty Power
  7. O Thou, from Whom All Goodness Flows
  8. Our Children, Lord, in Faith and Prayer
  9. Savior to Glory Is Gone, The
  10. Submissive to Thy Will, My God
  11. Thou Lamb of God, That on the Tree
  12. To Thee, My God and Savior
  13. With Radiant Beams the Sun Arose
  1. Richmond