Jan­u­a­ry 31, 1798, Falmouth, Cornwall.

March 7, 1863, Truro, Cornwall.

Kenwyn Churchyard, Truro, Cornwall.


Osler began his career as a physician at Guy’s Hospital in London, and the Swansea Infirmary (1819–36). However, he quickly migrated to the literary field. For some time he was associated with the So­ci­e­ty for Pro­mot­ing Chris­tian Know­ledge, in both London and Bath. In 1841, he became editor of the Royal Cornwall Gazette, and moved to Truro. His works in­clude:

  1. Father, Whose Love and Truth Fulfill
  2. Glory to God! With Joyful Adoration
  3. Great God, o’er Earth and Heaven Supreme
  4. Great God of Hosts, Our Ears Have Heard
  5. I Hold the Sacred Book of God
  6. Jehovah Hath Spoken, the Nations Shall Hear
  7. Lord, May the Inward Grace Abound
  8. Lord of the Church, We Humbly Pray
  9. May We Thy Precepts, Lord, Fulfill
  10. Mighty Savior, Gracious King
  11. O God, the Help of All Thy Saints
  12. O God, Unseen Yet Ever Near
  13. O Savior, Who Didst Come
  14. O Thou, the Lord and Life of Those
  15. Praise the Lord: Ye Heavens, Adore Him
  16. Savior, Whose Love Could Stoop to Death
  17. See, Lord, Before Thy Mercy Seat
  18. Set in a High and Favored Place
  19. Wake from the Dead, New Life Begin
  20. With Trembling Awe We Come

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