Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Community Life: Golden Jubilee, Teresa Wakeman, 1/18/1789, 1/18/1789-1/18/1789
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.
Community Life: Poetry, Christmas, Antwerp, ca 1780, 1/1/1780-1/1/1780
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.
Community Life: Poetry, Clothing, Feastday, Lierre, 1788, 1/1/1788-1/1/1788
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."
Community Life: Poetry, for jubilee and profession, ca 1780, 1/1/1780-1/1/1780
Written to celebrate profession and jubilee days. One dated 1788, composed by "our Rev.M. F.X. and spoke by her Sisters, Antwerp."
Community Life: Poetry, Sacred Heart, Antwerp, 1785-1786, 1/1/1785-1/1/1786
Contains two poems for feast of the Sacred Heart, used at Antwerp, in 1785 and 1786. Original lost; copied at Biddle Street.
Community Life: Poetry: Whitsunday, by Sr. of Charity, 1788, 1/1/1788-1/1/1788
A poem "The Rose of Whitsunday", brought from Antwerp, composed by a Sister of Charity.
C/V/Chichester: Corresp, 1873-1888, 2/11/1873-3/7/1888
Founder: Clare Joseph, poetry, clothing day, 1773, 1/1/1773
Poem dedicated to Clare Joseph on her clothing day. Copied by Biddle Street.
Founder: Clare Joseph, poetry to Our Blessed Lady, 1789, 1/18/1789
Written by Clare Joseph for S. Teresa Maria Wakeman, 1/18/1789
Miscellanious poetry collected from the Baltimore Sun, 1907
Poetry collected: The General Council by T.N. and Sleep by Lady Morgan- from the Baltimore Sun, 1907.
Poetry: Christmas verses, ca 1780s, 1/1/1780
Christmas verses, written by Mother M. Margaret Brent. Recopied and collated for use at Biddle Street.
Poetry: Miscellaneous verses, ca 1780, 1/1/1780
3 poems: "A Heavenly Child," "Each Moment brings us nearer to our end," and "Angels proclaim a king is born," written by M. Mary Margaret Brent.