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A. Rosalthe Carey

Short Name: A. Rosalthe Carey
Full Name: Carey, A. (Adelaide) Rosalthe, 1841-?
Birth Year: 1841

Carey, blind from child­hood, was liv­ing in Chau­mont, New York, in 1910.


Texts by A. Rosalthe Carey (24)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Are we living for the kingdomMiss A. R. Carey (Author)English2
Be like the flowerA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Bring the little ones into the foldA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Brother, sister, watch and prayA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Come home, from the midnight of errorA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Don't touch it, my brotherA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Get acquainted with Jesus, my friendA. R. Carey (Author)7
Have the millions been told of the banquetA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)7
I was lost mid sin's dark mountainsA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
It is new, it is new every momentA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)English3
Let him into your heartA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Let me tell you what faith can doA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
My friend, have you nothing to sayA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
O how do we stand with our saviorA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
O knowledge so sweetA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
O sigh not in sorrow for the joysA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)3
O speak not the bitter thoughts burningA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Souls, get ready for the comingA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
Sound the glad newsA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
There is only one gem worth possessingA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)3
Walking with God, beautiful thoughtA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
We children have learned a sweet storyA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
What a Brother we've found in the SaviorA. R. Carey (Author)3
Why stand you afar from the SaviorA. Rosalthe Carey (Author)2
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