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Organisation: Religious Tract Society, religious organisation

Texts linked to this organisation (current known total 31)
As publisher (31 listed so far)
story
Harry Davies, Aaron the woodman (London: Religious Tract Society, 1898)
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‘Hesba Stretton’, Alone in London (London: Religious Tract Society, 1869)
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J. Gray, Boggles (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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Wilfred E. Garment, The broken vase (London: Religious Tract Society, c.1924)
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Lizzie Kings, Children of the city (London: Religious Tract Society, 1896)
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O.F. Walton, Christie's old organ (London: Religious Tract Society, 1874)
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O.F. Walton, Christie's old organ: home, sweet home (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
service of song
O.F. Walton (arr. L. Meadows White), Christie, the king's servant: a service of song (London: Religious Tract Society, 1899)
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O.F. Walton, Christie, the king's servant: sequel to 'Christie's old organ' (London: Religious Tract Society, 1898)
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Dick Wilson's home, and what changed it (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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Thomas Stanley Treanor, Heroes of the Goodwin Sands (London: Religious Tract Society, 1892)
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Richard Kerr, Hidden beauties of nature (London: Religious Tract Society, 1895)
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Ruth Lamb, How Thrift's eyes were opened (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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M.S. Haycraft, Humpty Dumpty's silver bells: a story illustrating the Lord's Prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, 1888)
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Agnes Giberne, Hungering and thirsting (London: Religious Tract Society, 1869)
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Louise S. Upham, ‘I have drunk my last glass’ (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, 1867)
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‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's mother: a sequel to Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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Joe Sparks, and what struck him (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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‘Hesba Stretton’, Little Meg's children (London: Religious Tract Society, 1868)
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‘Hesba Stretton’, Lost Gip (London: Religious Tract Society, 1873)
poem
Nelly: the fisherman's daughter (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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O.F. Walton, A peep behind the scenes (London: Religious Tract Society, 1877)
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‘Hesba Stretton’, Poison in the packet (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
compilation
‘Hesba Stretton’, Poison in the packet: [and other titles] (London: Religious Tract Society, c.1897)
service of song
Amy Le Feuvre (arr. John P. Attwater), Probable sons (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
service of song
Amy Le Feuvre (arr. L. Meadows White), Teddy's button: a military service of song (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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The thatched cottage: a story for old and young (London: Religious Tract Society and Leisure Hour Office, n.d.)
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Tied to his wife's apron string (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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Emma Leslie, Tom the boater: a tale of English canal life (London: Religious Tract Society, 1882)
Lucerna ID 1000534

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