Item Details

Sabbath School Hymns, No. 3.

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell; Boston Chemical Printing Company
Format
EBook; Book; Broadside; Online
Published
[United States : s.n., 183-?]
Language
English
Related Title
Sabbath school.
Description
1 sheet ([1] p.) : music ; 33 x 31 cm.
Notes
  • Two hymns, with music.
  • The Sabbath school; first line: All the week we spend full of childish bliss.
  • Mary's lamb; first line: Mary had a little lamb.
  • Printed on muslin. Similar cloth printings of poems, songs, and hymns were particularly prevalent in the 1830s. Mary's lamb, by Sarah Josepha Hale, was first published in 1830.
  • Printed area, including ornamental floral border, measures 28.5 x 27.8 cm.
  • Possibly published by the Boston Chemical Printing Company.
  • Not in BAL or Checklist Amer. imprints
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Unbound, mylared, matted and housed in a custom-made black cloth clamshell box. Embroidered signature of C. Phelps. American Literature Fund, 2009/2010. See also, "Mary Dow, and The little beggar girl" for another handkerchief, also owned and signed by C. Phelps (PS1758.G4 M3 1830), and the dealer's description which is laid in that box.
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