James Cowdan Wallace

1793, Dudley, Warwickshire, England.

Circa February 1841, Wareham, Dorset, England.

James served as a Unitarian minister at Totnes, Devon (1824), then afterward at Brighton and Wareham. He was a prolific hymn writer, and also contributed poetical pieces to the Monthly Repository.

His brother was Robert Wallace (1791–1880), professor of theology at Manchester New College and author of Antitrinitarian Biography.

  1. Is There No Balm to Soften Grief?
  2. It Is Not Rank, or Power, or State
  3. There’s Not a Tint That Paints the Rose
  4. Through Every Clime God’s Care Extends