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O, let us exalt our dear Lord and proclaim,
In songs of true gratitude, praise to His name!
As songs of the angels in sweetest accord,
Our thanks and our praises shall rise to the Lord.
-- Zion's Harp # 165

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Addison, Joseph's bio information

Sunday, May 1, 1672 - Saturday, June 17, 1719

Born: May 1, 1672, Milston (near Amesbury), Wiltshire, England.
Died: June 17, 1719, Holland House, Kensington, England.
Buried: Westminster Abbey, London, England.

Son of Lancelot Addison, sometime Dean of Lichfield and author of Devotional Poems, Joseph attended the Charterhouse, and Magdalen College, Oxford (BA 1691, MA 1693). Although intended for the Church, he studied law and politics, and soon attained, through powerful influence, some important posts. He was successively a Commissioner of Appeals, Under Secretary of State, Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and Chief Secretary for Ireland. He married the Dowager Countess of Warwick in 1716.

Addison is best known for his contributions to the newspapers The Spectator (where his hymns appeared), The Tatler, The Guardian, and The Freeholder. He also wrote the tragedy Cato.


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