Anne Ross Cousin

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Anne Ross Cousin

Anne Ross Cousin (née Cundell; 27 April 18246 December 1906) was a British poet, musician and songwriter. She was a student of John Muir Wood and later became a popular writer of hymns.


  • The sands of time are sinking
    The dawn of heaven breaks;
    The summer morn I've sighed for,
    The fair, sweet morn, awakes.
    Dark, dark hath been the midnight,
    But dayspring is at hand,
    And glory, glory dwellth
    In Immanuel's hand
    • Verse 1 Hymn 776 Baptist Hymnal.

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