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Neale, John Mason,

(1818–66). Angl. hymnist; b. London, Eng.; educ. Cambridge; warden Sackville Coll., E. Grinstead, 1846–66. Works include Essays on Liturgiology and Church History. Hymns include “Around the Throne of God a Band”; “Blessed Savior, Who Hast Taught Me”; “Art Thou Weary, Art Thou Troubled”; “O Lord of Hosts, Whose Glory Fills”; translations of Lat. and Gk. hymns. See also Anglican and Eastern Churches Association.

A. G. Lough, The Influence of John Mason Neale (London, 1962); E. A. Towle, John Mason Neale (New York, 1906)

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