Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
First title reads "An account of my vocation written during my noviceship by order of my Superior, 1747." Part II, 1772. Handwritten is that of S.Mary Teresa of the Annunciation (alias Howard). See Currier, "Carmel in America," pp. 365-369 for copy.
An excerpt from the prologue of the constitutions written by Father Jean de la Cuevas, Prior, St. G (?) Calavara of the Order of St. Dominique, and President of the Chapter of Discalced Carmelite Fathers. Involves materials given at time of Innocent IV.
Poster sized manuscript of the Golden Jubilee Song for Sister Teresa Maria of the Holy Ghost (Teresa Wakeman) of the English Teresian Carmel of Antwerp, 1/18/1789.
Poems for Christmas, written at Antwerp, by Mary Clare of the Infant Jesus, Ann Marie of the Blessed Sacrament, Angela Maria of St. Joseph, Ann Teresa of the Holy Ghost, Theresa Maria of the Holy Ghost, Teresa Howard, and Clare Joseph.
Two poems, in same hand, one "A Speech made for Miss Marshals Clothing at Lear" 12/08/1788; and "A Spiritual Song of the Sacred Heart."
Written to celebrate profession and jubilee days. One dated 1788, composed by "our Rev.M. F.X. and spoke by her Sisters, Antwerp."
Contains two poems for feast of the Sacred Heart, used at Antwerp, in 1785 and 1786. Original lost; copied at Biddle Street.
A poem "The Rose of Whitsunday", brought from Antwerp, composed by a Sister of Charity.
A short dissertation (5 pages) on meaning and aim of mental prayer, its dispositions.
On "the sentiments of our Venerable Mother" concerning her duties as superior. 8 pages, written on reverse of notes of letters by others.
Consists of fragments of spiritual writings of M.Mary Margaret Brent, including poems, and notes on perfection and devotion of paternosters (St.Mechtilda, Margaret de Pazzi)
"An explication of the three vows composed by the Reverend Mother M. Margaret of the Angels Brent, for the profession of Sister M.Austin of St. Joseph, alias Hill." 10 pages.
Titled: "The Method of a Jubilee: what I comprehand (sic) and understand of it from the instruction received on that occasion--and the manner which I myself performed this of July 1776." On reverse, in hand of M. Clare Joseph, the notation: "We had the benefit of another jubilee in 1805 Again in June 1826. this last was granted by our Holy Father Pope Leo the 12th."
Two items of direction for S. Delphina, advice: vows to be kept as the apple of your eye". Second item copied by S.Delphina. Remember the advice of St. Ignatius. Role of obedience: complete holocaust; to be guided by superior as a "dead corpse" (St. Ignatius); chastity: in service of the Lamb (looking glass); lines: "the community has had the charity to receive you...for which you can never be sufficiently grateful."