JESUS, MEEK AND GENTLE

George Rundle Prynne, an English clergyman of the Established Church, was born in Cornwall, England in 1818. He was educated at Cambridge and was ordained to the ministry in 1841. He became vicar of St. Peter’s, in Plymouth, in 1848. Among his publications were three volumes of sermons and Hymnal Suited for the Services of the Church, 1858. He died in 1903.

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