Two Poems: "The Crucifixion" and Untitled
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Collection Creator: Chrystie, Mary A., 1825-1842.
Located In: Box 1, Folder 12
Extent: 4.0 pages
Dimensions: 19.7 x 32.2 cm
One ruled sheet folded in half.
This collection is open for research.
The first poem, copied by Mary Chrystie(?) through stanza 9, is "The
Crucifixion," originally published in The Amulet for 1830, and later
reprinted in religious periodicals including The Evangelical
Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 7. The scond poem, verso,
appears to be an original composition by Mary Chrystie. It is an
unfinished, untitled poem of two 4-line stanzas, with third stanza
marker present but no text. It contrasts the happiness of children
at "mery" (sic) harvest time ("Very joyous is their joys") with the
feelings of "a little child thats sick" who wishes to "run through
snow and the rain."
Two Poems: "The Crucifixion" and Untitled; Undated; Mary Chrystie Papers, Box 1, Folder 12; , Princeton University Library.
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