The Lives of the Eminent American Evangelists Dwight Lyman Moody and Ira David Sankey: Together with an Account of Their Labors in Great Britain and America, and Also a Sketch of the Lives of Philip P. Bliss and Eben Tourjée
B. B. Russell, 1877 - 360 pages
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Related Subjects: Moody, Dwight Lyman, -- 1837-1899. | Sankey, Ira David, -- 1840-1908. | Bliss, P. P. -- (Philip Paul), -- 1838-1876. | Tourjée, Eben, -- 1834-1891.
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