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John Oxenham

John Oxenham
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Short Name: John Oxenham
Full Name: Oxenham, John, 1852-1941
Birth Year: 1852
Death Year: 1941

John Oxenham is a pseudonym for William Arthur Dunkerley, and is used as the name authority by the Library of Congress.


Texts by John Oxenham (28)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
الكل في المسيح لا شرق ولا غربWilliam A. Dunkerley (Author)Arabic1
All labor gained new dignityJohn Oxenham, 1852-1941 (Author)11
Come share the road with meJohn Oxenham (Author)2
En Krist' ne estas sud' aŭ nord'John Oxenham (Author)Esperanto3
En tu presencia, oh DiosJohn Oxenham (Author)Spanish2
Ever onward to the fightJohn Oxenham (Author)2
Free men of God, the new day breaksJohn Oxenham (Author)2
I hear a clear voice calling, callingJohn Oxenham (Author)English2
In Christ there is no east or west (Oxenham)John Oxenham, 1852-1941 (Author)English288
In Christ there is no east or west (Perry)Wiiliam Arthur Dunkerley (1852-1941) (Author (line))English1
Is the pathway dark and drearyJohn Oxenham (Author)2
Ken Cristo awan ti DayaJohn Oxenham (Author)Tagalog2
Lord God of hosts, whose mighty handJohn Oxenham (Author)English23
Mid all the traffic of the waysJohn Oxenham (Author)English34
My own dear land, where'er my footsteps wanderJohn Oxenham (Author)9
Não há em Cirsto Norte ou SulJohn Oxenham (Author)Portuguese2
O God, within whose sightJohn Oxenham, 1852-1941 (Author)6
Oeste y este en Cristo no hayJohn Oxenham (Author)Spanish2
Oriente ni occidente hayJohn Oxenham (Author)Spanish8
Peace in our time, O Lord, To all the people, Peace!John Oxenham (Author)English21
Thank you, God, for all I haveJohn Oxenham (Author)4
There is gathering in the heavensJohn Oxenham (Author)3
They hailed him King as he passedJohn Oxenham (Author)2
To every man there openethJohn Oxenham (Author)4
Unbar the door and let the Lord Christ inJohn Oxenham (Author)4
We thank Thee Lord, for Mercies manifold in these dark daysJohn Oxenham (Author)English2
What do I know, nay, Lord, what do I not?John Oxenham (Author)English4
Where'er I be, Lord, spread for meJohn Oxenham (Author)2

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