Published by Albert S(wales) Hullah (1885-1966) in 1930. Albert S. Hullah came from a musical family, and he was related to John Pyke Hullah (1812-1884), the composer and music teacher who published many music books and tracts, including 'Hullah's method of teaching singing' (1880).
Hullah became a minister in the Irish Conference in 1911 and an army Chaplain when WWI broke out in 1914. He also served in WWII but became a prisoner of war in German hands from 1941 to 1944. Although in captivity in a war camp, Hullah continued to exercise a powerful ministry.