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E. T. Cassel

Short Name: E. T. Cassel
Full Name: Cassel, E. T. (Elijah Taylor), 1849-1930
Birth Year: 1849
Death Year: 1930
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Texts by E. T. Cassel (34)sort descendingAsInstances
A sheep has wandered by field and fountainE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
Borne on the wings of a chilling blastDr. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
Do you hear those voices sound?Dr. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
Down the dark and gloomy pathwayE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
Far out upon the stormy deepE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
From over hill and plainE. Taylor Cassel, 1849-1930 (Author)133
Hamau! he leo e ke paipai mai la noE. Taylor Cassel, 1849-1930 (Author)3
Homeward bound we takeE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
I am a stranger here, within a foreign landE. Taylor Cassel, 1849-1930 (Author)130
I am trusting Jesus only, as I journey day by dayDr. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
I bring my all with incense sweetE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
I essayed to walk aloneE. T. C. (Author)3
I have found a friend that never will failDr. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
I look away across the seaDr. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
In thine own word, O blessed LordE. T. Cassel (Author)3
Jag är en främling härE. T. Cassel (Author)2
Jesus divine and holyDr. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
Lo the summer sun is spreading gold upon the grainE. Taylor Cassel (Author)4
Lord, have mercy on our nationE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
O 'tis coming, night is breaking awayE. Taylor Cassel (Author)5
Oss helig loesen haarE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
See the sower and the reaperE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
She only touched the hem of the garmentRev. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
Soy extranjero aquiE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
Soy peregrino aquí; no hallo do morarE. T. Cassel (Author)2
Stand up for prohibitionE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
There were lonely hearts at BethanyE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
There's a river of life, pure as crystalE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
'Tis the God that fulfillsE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
We are marching, marching (Cassel)Dr. E. T. Cassel (Author)2
We're on the march at God's commandE. T. Cassel (Author)3
What will you do for the wayward boyE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
Whenever I go out to playE. Taylor Cassel (Author)2
Wheresoever you may go in this busy world belowE. T. Cassel (Author)5
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