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Charles J. Butler

Short Name: Charles J. Butler
Full Name: Butler, Charles J.

Charles J Butler USA 1860- Butler, a Methodist, speaks of a voyage he took from his home, Camden, NJ, as a bachelor, to Britain around 1894, stating he roamed around the British Isles for 14 months through Scotland, Ireland, Britain, and Paris, dealing with ship stewards, street urchins, and visiting famous sights. He wrote about his trip in 1901. He later resided in Philadephia and was a salesman and musician. He wrote “Heart Melodies #3” with Charles Bentley (1897). He is possibly the listed secretary of the YMCA in Philadelphia in 1920.

John Perry


Texts by Charles J. Butler (61)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A picture bright in tints of goldCharles J. Butler (Author)3
Along the stormy sea of sinCharles J. Butler (Author)English4
Christ on the cross atonement madeCharles J. Butler (Author)4
Christ speaks of one, a helpless oneCharles J. Butler (Author)3
Dear Bethany what memories clingCharles J. Butler (Author)2
E'er since the Savior came to meCharles J. Butler (Author)English3
Einst war ich gar weit von dem HeilandCharles J. Bulter (Author)German2
Einst war ich von Jesu geschiedenC. J. B. (Author)German2
Faith in Christ, the bleeding lambChas. J. Butler (Author)3
Far from Christ I wanderedC. J. B. (Author)English3
Father, in Christ the living vineCharles J. Butler (Author)3
Hark! from the world's great harvest fieldChas. J. Butler (Author)1
Hark, o'er Bethlehem's plains is ringingCharles Butler (Author)2
Here, beneath this shadowy bowerCharles J. Butler (Author)2
Home at last with Christ my SaviorCharles J. Butler (Author)2
How often as through this dark valley I roamC. J. B. (Author)2
How precious is the thought to meCharles J. Butler (Author)English2
I do not know why trials severeC. J. B. (Author)English6
I had wandered away from the SaviorCharles J. Butler (Author)3
I once was lost and in distressCharles J. Butler (Author)2
I sat within a home one dayC. J. B. (Author)English4
I shall lay the cross asideCharles J. Butler (Author)English10
I was once far away from the Savior, And as vile as a sinner could be (Butler)C. J. Butler (Author)English111
I will sing of Jesus hangingChas. Butler (Author)2
Ich war einmal fern von der GnadeCharles J. Butler (Author)German1
I'm sinking in the sea of sinCharles J. Butler (Author)1
In sin's dark prison once was ICharles J. Butler (Author)2
In this world of sorrow, tears so often flowCharles J. Butler (Author)English2
I've gone with those I loved so dearChas. J. Butler (Author)English5
I've no refuge, Lord, beside theeCharles J. Butler (Author)4
Lone hearts there are this wide earth overC. J. B. (Author)English2
Loved ones who often sat with meCharles J. Butler (Author)2
O brother, on life's treacherous seaCharles J. Butler (Author)English4
O Christ has come to live with meC. J. B. (Author)English4
O listen, poor sinner, O listen, I prayCharles J. Butler (Author)2
O thou weary, thirsty travelerCharles J. Butler (Author)2
O, what a sad time, poor sinner, 'twill beCharles J. Butler (Author)English7
O what love Christ showed for meCharles J. Butler (Author)English4
Over death's sea, in yon blest cityCharles J. Butler (Author)English43
On memory's wall engraven standsC. J. B. (Author)English8
On the rock bound coast of timeC. J. B. (Author)3
One stormy night, long years agoC. J. B. (Author)English2
Over in yonder holy cityC. J. B. (Author)English2
Round Christ, the great incarnate GodChas. J. Butler (Author)7
Since Christ my soul from sin set freeC. J. Butler (Author)English21
Sinner, think of Jesus' loveCharles J. Butler (Author)2
Sinner, when youth's bright morn is pastCharles J. Butler (Author)3
Sin's gloomy night was over me spreadCharles J. Butler (Author)7
Some day, I know not when 'twill be (Butler)Charles J. Butler (Author)English28
Sorrowing one, lift up your headCharles J. Butler (Author)2
The Bible, 'tis the world's great lightCharles J. Butler (Author)2
The gate of mercy open standsChas. J. Butler (Author)English5
There's none other name given among menCharles J. Butler (Author)2
Though the world may see no beautyC. J. B. (Author)English4
To this dark world long years agoCharles J. Butler (Author)2
To yonder blissful home I'm boundCharles J. Butler (Author)3
What precious words the Savior spakeCharles J. Butler (Author)2
When Christ our Lord was dwelling hereCharles J. Butler (Author)English2
While out on life's dark, stormy seaChas. J. Butler (Author)5
With thee, precious Lord, I would stayChas. J. Butler (Author)5
自從基督赦我罪惡,在地如天,年限歡樂 (Zìcóng jīdū shè wǒ zuì'è, zài dì rú tiān, niánxiàn huānlè)Charles J. Butler (Author)Chinese2
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