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Wise, Daniel, 1813-1898 Library of Congress/NACO German National Library ISNI National Library of Australia National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands Library and Archives Canada

Daniel Wise American writer Wikidata

VIAF ID: 63009792 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0001  1492  6195 

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The American ideal of the 'true woman' as reflected in advice books to young women National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Boy travelers in Arabia, or, from Boston to Bagdad : including pictures, sketches, and anecdotes of the wandering Arabs, and of the city "of good Haroun Alraschid" National Library of Israel
Bridal greetings Library of Congress/NACO
The cottage on the moor, or, The evils of pride Library of Congress/NACO
Cyclopaedia of Methodism, 1880 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
George Herbert. Library of Congress/NACO
Glen Morris stories Library of Congress/NACO
Heroic Methodists of the olden time; or, Anecdotal sketches of some of the noble men and women whose beautiful lives adorned, and whose faithful labors built the walls of early Methodism. Intended to please and profit boys and girls Library of Congress/NACO
Hollywood stories Library of Congress/NACO
Hostetler Library of Congress/NACO
John Knox. Library of Congress/NACO
John Milton. Library of Congress/NACO
The Lady's pearl Library of Congress/NACO
Liefelijke paden van vroege godsvrucht : een gids voor jonge menschen op het pad des vredes en des levens National Library of the Netherlands
Lindendale stories Library of Congress/NACO
Men of mark Library of Congress/NACO
Mennonite boy converted Library of Congress/NACO
Methodism in earnest: the history of a revival in Great Britain in which twenty thousand souls professed faith in Christ, and ten thousand professed sanctification in connection with the labors of the Rev. James Caughey. Library of Congress/NACO
Minnie's picnic, 1863 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
My Uncle Toby's library Library of Congress/NACO
Our King and Saviour; or, The story of Our Lord's life on earth. In which its great events are arranged in their probable chronological order, and so set forth as to make their reality and meaning clear to the understandings and attractive to the imaginations and hearts of young persons and general readers. Library of Congress/NACO
Path of life; or, Sketches of the way to glory & immortality; a help for young Christians xR Extended Titles Library of Congress/NACO
Popular objections to Methodism considered and answered, or, The convert's counsellor respecting his church relations. Library and Archives Canada
Summer days on the Hudson : the story of a pleasure tour from Sandy Hook to the Saranac lakes, including incidents of travel, legends, historical anecdotes, sketches of scenery, etc. Library of Congress/NACO
Uncrowned kings: or, Sketches of some men of mark who rose from obscurity to renown, epecially illustrative of the means by which they achieved success. For young people. Library of Congress/NACO
William Shakespeare Library of Congress/NACO
Willow-Grove cottage, 1849 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
Winwood Cliff Stories Library of Congress/NACO
Young knights of the cross : a hand-book of principles, facts, and illustrations for young people who are seeking to win the golden crown of pure and noble character Library of Congress/NACO
The young lady's counsellor : or, Outlines and illustrations of the sphere, the duties, and the dangers of young women: designed to be a guide to true happiness in this life, and to glory in the life which is to come National Library of the Netherlands

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