1652-1715
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1652, Dublin, Ireland.

August 12, 1715, Southwark, London, England.

St. George the Martyr Southwark, London, England.

Tate graduated from Trinity College in Dublin. He was a distinguished playwright and in 1692, became Britain’s poet laureate. His collaborative works with Nicholas Brady include:

  1. As Pants the Hart for Cooling Streams
  2. For Thee, O God, Our Constant Praise
  3. Have Mercy, Lord, on Me
  4. How Blest Are They Who Always Keep
  5. Let All the Lands, with Shouts of Joy
  6. Lift Up Your Heads, Eternal Gates!
  7. Lord Hath Spoke, the Mighty God, The
  8. Lord Himself, the Mighty Lord, The
  9. Lord unto My Lord Thus Spake, The
  10. No Change of Time
  11. O God, My Heart Is Fully Bent
  12. O God of Hosts, the Mighty Lord
  13. O Lord, Our Fathers Oft Have Told
  14. O Lord, That Art My Righteous Judge
  15. O Thou, to Whom All Creatures Bow
  16. O ’Twas a Joyful Sound to Hear
  17. Tho’ Wicked Men Grow Rich or Great
  18. Thou, Lord, by Strict Search Hast Known
  19. Through All the Changing Scenes of Life
  20. To Bless Thy Chosen Race
  21. To God Be Glory
  22. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
  23. With Glory Clad, with Strength Arrayed
  24. With Restless and Ungoverned Rage

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