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J. B. Herbert

J. B. Herbert
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Short Name: J. B. Herbert
Full Name: Herbert, J. B. (John Bunyan), 1852-1927
Birth Year: 1852
Death Year: 1927
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Texts by J. B. Herbert (18)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
All the brewers tell us lager-beer's a foodJ. B. H. (Author)English6
Fierce was the wild billow, dark was the nightJ. B. H. (Author)English1
First the man takes a drink, and then the drink takes a drinkJ. B. H. (Author)English3
Hold up my goings Lord me guide in pathsJ. B. Herbert (Author)English1
Let brewers brew, distillers stillJ. B. H. (Author)English2
Mary had a little voteJ. B. H. (Author)English3
O de prohibition band wagon's rollin' right alongJ. B. Herbert (Author)English3
O de sparklin' wine, Yas it look mighty fineJ. B. Herbert (Author)English6
O everyone that longethJ. B. Herbert (Author)2
O Lord, give ear when with my voice, I cry aloud to TheeJ. B. Herbert (Author)English2
O we hear this kind of argument each day upon the streeJ. B. Herbert (Author)2
"O what can be done," said the Raven to the HenJ. B. H. (Author)English2
O what's all this commottionJ. B. Herbert (Author)2
The first to come was good ole MaineJ. B. Herbert (Author)2
The walls of Jericho fell downJ. B. H. (Author)English10
This nation's badly muddled upJ. B. Herbert (Author)3
When saloons are driven out of any townJ. B. Herbert (Author)2
Whosoever heareth these sayings of mineJ. B. Herbert (Author)English3

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