Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 45 (Sale info: For Sale).
THE SEA of GALILEE. Once, when the tempest's wing was dark,/ A sleeper rose to calm the sea,/ And snatch'd from wreck the endanger'd bark;/ This was the flood, but who was he/ That heard the sea impetuous roar,/ Who trod sublime its wildest crest,/ By his own sacred feet imprest?/ 'Twas god, the Saviour, and the blest. Lines altered from Mrs. Sigourney. [P. 9.]
Catalogue of the First Exhibition of Philadelphia Artists, and of the School of Painting and Design. Philadelphia, April 2, 1838. No. 142 Chestnut Street. Admission 25 cents.--Season Tickets 50 cents. Philadelphia: C. Sherman & Co., Printers, 19 St. James Street. 1838.