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Carols for congregational and home use. The numbering of these songs follows the musical settings in Christmas Praise,
Christmas Praise
Happiness and harmony : for congregational use : [seventy-five songs and choruses for use in worship] by The General
Happiness and harmony: For congregational use : [seventy-five songs and choruses for use in worship] by Michael Kenyon
Keep Singing! by Salvation Army
New Christmas Praise, Choral Edition, Carols 1 - 95 by Richard Phillips
New Christmas Praise: Choral Edition, 96-115
The Salvation Army Chorus Book by George L. Carpenter
The Salvation Army Chorus Book, etc. [Melodies.] by Geo. L. Carpenter
The Salvation Army Shona Song Book
The Salvation Army Song Book by The General
Song Book of the Salvation Army
The Song Book of the Salvation Army by The Salvation Army
The Song book of the Salvation Army by Albert Orsborn
The Song Book of the Salvation Army by Salvation Army
The Song Book of the Salvation Army by Salvation Army
The Song Book of the Salvation Army : Issued by the authority of the General. -- American ed. [BOUND WITH] The Holy Bible : New International Version. The New Testament and Psalms by The General
The Song Book of the Salvation Army with NIV New Testament and Psalms by The Salvation Army
Songs for Men (The Salvation Army Official Song Book) (Official Song Book for Men's Social Service and Harbor Light Center in The United States of America) by The Salvation Army
Songs for Men: Official Song Book for Men's Social Service and Harbor Light Centers in the United States of America by Salvation Army
Songs of Faith: For Congregational Singing by Salvation Army
Young People's Song Book of the Salvation Army
Young People's Song Album
The Young People's Song Book of the Salvation Army by Wilfred Kitching
Youth Song Book by Salvation Army

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