M. B. C. Slade

M. B. C. Slade
Short Name: M. B. C. Slade
Full Name: Slade, M. B. C. (Mary Bridges Canedy), 1826-1882
Birth Year: 1826
Death Year: 1882

Mary Bridges Canady Slade USA 1826-1882. Born in Fall River, MA, she was well-educated and became a minister's wife, teacher, and poet. She was assistant editor of The New England Journal of Education. She also authored hymns, Sunday school materials and books on education, primarily used for training teachers. She authored a children's magazine, “Wide-awake”. She and her husband were active in the underground railroad (helping slaves achieve their freedom). She spent her whole life living in the same town.

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Texts by M. B. C. Slade (148)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A voice that I hear, across the seaMary Bridges Canedy Slade (Author)4
Above the bruised faceM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Alguien está a mi puertaMary B. C. Slade (Author)Spanish3
All around were field and forestM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
All over the sacred pages, the lives, almost divineM. B. C. Slade (Author)English2
Along the silent pathM. B. C. Slade (Author)English7
Are you staying, safely stayingMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)22
As forth from the city, went Jesus one dayM. B. C. Slade (Author)3
At dewy dawn, in misty mornM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Be with us, O Father dearMary Slade (Author)English2
Beautiful lake of GalileeMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Beautiful river, flowing foreverM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Behold the glorious banner of salvationMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)9
Behold the little flock, precious lamb [lambs] of JesusMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)6
Beyond this land of parting, losing andMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English32
Birds are rejoicingMary Bridges Canedy Slade (Author)3
Charlie wants a piece of breadM. B. C. Slade (Author)3
Cheerful raise a joyful tuneMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)4
Children, children why do you singM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Come down beside the watersMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)3
Come happy children, fold each little handMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Come hither, little childrenMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Come, merry lad, I am waiting for youMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Come, O come, and gaily goMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
De obscuras regionesM. B. C. Slade (Author)Spanish2
Don't you see the blue cloudsMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)3
Down by the dancing billowsMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Down the bay, far awayMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Draw nigh to us, our FatherMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)5
Drummer boy, drummer boy, where are you speedingMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)4
Dulcemente Jesús nos llamaMary Bridges Canedy Slade, 1826-1882 (Author)Spanish2
Flag of freemen gone before usM. B. C. Slade (Author)English2
For me, my Father callsMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)3
Four little feet on the entryM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
From all the dark placesMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)English105
From the Bethlehem manger homeMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)6
From western wilds and watersMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Great Naaman the SyrianMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Hark, the gentle voice of Jesus fallethMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)39
Harvest fields with golden glow [gold aglow]Mary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English5
Hast erkoren, du erkoren Unsers JesuMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)3
Hear how a sowerMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Hear, now, the blessed Jesus tenderly sayMrs. Mary B. C. Slade (Author)2
Her sad vigil keeping, Mary sat weepingMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)3
Holy Father, grant thy blessing to us childrenMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)4
How happy were theyMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)2
How strange it seems that I couldMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
I know not what the morrow'll bringMary Slade (Author)English2
I love my Father, for, on highM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
I love to see in pictured restMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)3
I wandered just at evenMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)5
If I, like Galilee fishersMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)12
If the boys and girls will listenM. B. C. Slade (Author)3
I'm glad the holy angelsMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Im heil'gen BibelworteM. B. C. Slade (Author)German1
I'm looking for the kingdomMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
In Bethlehem's manger so lowMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
In the desert days of oldMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English9
In the springtime, little sisterMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
In the vineyard of the Master There was growing once a treeMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English7
Into the tent where a gypsy boy layMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English101
I've stayed till late, the night is fallingMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)5
Jesus in the temple, with the doctors wiseMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)4
Let us raise a song for the pathway longM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Lift up, lift up each cheerful voiceM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Lightly, gently, gaily glideM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Liken the kingdom to be the springingMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)5
Listen, O listen, our father all holyMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)5
Long ago when little childrenMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English7
Look abroad o'er the fieldsMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)4
Lord, must I go, the desertMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Marching on, marching onMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Ninety nine in the safe fold abidingM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
No sounding battle-cry we ringM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Not on the mount nor [not] besideMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)3
Now, all our work is doneMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
O Christmas child, so wise and dear!M. B. C. Slade (Author)English2
O say who is heM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
O ye who have lost your possessions of peaceMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)3
O'er fragrant summer fieldsM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Over the desert and dreary wayMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)4
O'er the hill and adown the snowy dellsM. B. C. Slade (Author)English5
O'er the waters, dark and foamingMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)5
O I love to think how JesusMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)6
Once a feast was madeMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Once, forth to meet the bridegroomM. B. C. Slade (Author)3
Once over Judea's hills by nightM. B. C. Slade (Author)4
One bright and pleasant summer dayM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
One day I saw a little childM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
One more year has goneMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)5
One, two, three, fourM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Our Lord hath sent a ShepherdMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Peaceful the morning, quiet the dayMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)7
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, Happy children now in the temple singMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)7
Raise your little hands and point them to the northM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Rocked upon the raging billowMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)5
Say, have you read in the story oldenMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)5
Say, who hath sorrowM. B. C. Slade (Author)4
School is done, school is doneM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
See, O see, as here we standM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
See the merry farmer boyM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Seven fishers went out by night at seaMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)4
Sing, brother, sing, for the nightM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Springtime brings the robinMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
Sweet is the promise faith sees enrolledMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)3
Sweetly, Lord, have we heard thee callingMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English197
Thank God for our countryM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
The children are waitingM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
The Lord, our God, hath made the pleasant wildwood shadeMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
The Master stood at the vineyard gateMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)5
The sun is rising o'er the oceanM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
The voice of the Lord sweetly sayeth to meM. B. C. Slade (Author)3
The year is hastingMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
There's a beautiful place for you and for meMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)9
There's a city of GodM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
There's a fountain free, 'tis for you and meM. B. C. Slade (Author)English37
There's a wail from the islands of the seaMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)12
This day no thorn crowned cross of painMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)4
This is the way the mist goes upM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
This is the way the snow comes downM. B. C. Slade (Author)English11
Thou Bethsaida, the lovely, down beisde the seaMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Thou, O Lord, all our sin and sorrow knowingMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Thou who in thy church of oldMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)5
'Tis the story ever newM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
To the heavenly JerusalemMrs. M. B. C. L. Slade (Author)9
Una fuente hay que la vida daMary Slade (Author)Spanish2
Up to the bountiful Giver of lifeMiss Mariana B. Slade (Author)English95
Very early in the mornM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
We are little soldier menM. B. C. Slade (Author)English2
We are marching to Canaan, through the desert vastMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)6
We love the sunny days of SpringMrs. B. C. Slade (Author)4
We sing the year's long [glad] story of Sabbath serviceM. B. C. Slade (Author)3
We will go down among the meadowsM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
What is pure and fair and whiteMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)2
What saith Jehovah, the holy oneM. B. C. Slade (Author)4
What story so sweet is the songM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
When flowery summer is at handM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
When Jesus Christ was on earthM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
When our beloved Jesus rodeM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
When the blessed Savior walked on earth belowM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
When the cry shall be made at the midnightM. B. C. Slade (Author)9
When the earth awakes with singingMary Slade (Author)English2
Where almond groves are vineyardsM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Where Potomac's streamM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Where shall the good children go when they dieM. B. C. Slade (Author)2
Where the jasper walls are beaming, Where the pearly gatesMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)17
Who at my door is standingMary B. C. L. Slade (Author)English95
With His dear and loving careMrs. M. B. C. Slade (Author)English10
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