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Ira David Sankey (August 28, 1840 – August 13, 1908) was an American gospel singer and composer, known for his long association with Dwight L. Moody in a series of religious revival campaigns in America and Britain during the closing decades of the 19th century. Sankey was a pioneer in the introduction of a musical style that influenced church services and evangelical campaigns for generations, and the hymns that he wrote or popularized continued to be sung well into the 21st century.

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Melbourne : J. & W. Corrie Johnson, [19--?]
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New York : Biglow & Main ; Toronto : J. Campbell, [1875?]
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Toronto : Copp, Clark, [1877?]
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[Sydney? : Work for Prohibition in Australia, between 1910 and 1928]
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London : C. Sheard, Musical Bouquet Office, [188-?]
 
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