Mary J. Cartwright

Short Name: Mary J. Cartwright
Full Name: Cartwright, Mary J.

Late 19th Century


Texts by Mary J. Cartwright (16)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Behold, I stand at the door and knock, If any man hear my voiceMary J. Cartwright (Author)English5
Don't you hear the voiceMary J. Cartwright (Author)2
Einst trieb ich dahin auf gefahrvoller SeeMary J. Cartwright (Author)German3
Father, we welcome this glad Sabbath dayM. J. Cartwright (Author)2
Glory be to God on high, Glory to the SonMary J. Cartwright (Author)English8
Go and labor in my vineyardMary J. Cartwright (Author)3
I can make myself betterMary J. Cartwright (Author)2
I left the dear old homesteadMary J. Cartwright (Author)3
I was drifting away on life's pitiless seaMary J. Cartwright (Author)English22
In Judea's peaceful valleyMary J. Cartwright (Author)2
O hark, the dear SaviorMary J. Cartwright (Author)2
Out upon the barren mountainMary J. Cartwright (Author)English2
The Lord is my Shepherd (Cartwright)Mary J. Cartwright (Author)2
The world is full of sin and woe, Let the Gospel shineMary J. Cartwright (Author)English2
We are only little childrenMary J. Cartwright (Author)2
We've been redeemed, my brotherMary J. Cartwright (Author)2
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