1 page, folio, 40 lines in 5 stanzas, titled at head, tipped to another sheet. The verses of this famous hymn were written in 1864 for a children's festival and published in Church Times, London, 15 October 1864; it was later set to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. -- BARING-GOULD. Autograph note signed, North Devon, 6 October 1912. 1 page, 8vo, tipped to another sheet. Describes the circumstances under which the famous hymn was written: "'Onward Christian Soldiers' was written in a great hurry one Saturday, printed same day...practised on the Sunday and sung on the Monday." (2)" /> BARING-GOULD, SABINE. <I>Clergyman, author</I>. Autograph manuscript signed ("S. Baring-Gould"), n.p., n.d. <I>1 page, folio, 40 lines in 5 stanzas, titled at head, tipped to another sheet</I>. The verses of this famous hymn were written in 1864 for a children's festival and published in <I>Church Times</I>, London, 15 October 1864; it was later set to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. -- BARING-GOULD. Autograph note signed, North Devon, 6 October 1912. <I>1 page, 8vo, tipped to another sheet</I>. Describes the circumstances under which the famous hymn was written: "'Onward Christian Soldiers' was written in a great hurry one Saturday, printed same day...practised on the Sunday and sung on the Monday." (2) | Christie's