1 page, an oblong, lightly browned, matted and framed, incorporating a photograph and a portrait. Two amusing stanzas in honor of a friend: "Dan'l Hanks at 20: 'Some fellers reckon, more or less, Before they speak their mind, And sometimes calkerlate or guess But them ain't Dan'l's kind.' [Stanza 2:] Dan'l Hanks at 70: 'The Lord knows all things, great or small, With doubt He's never vexed; He, in His wisdom, knows it all -- But Dan'l Hanks comes next.'" [With:] A framed pen-and-ink sketch of a soldier in Napoleonic uniform, unsigned, [c.1840?]. Together 2 items." /> CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE, ("Mark Twain"). Autograph manuscript (unsigned) of a humorous occasional poem, "Dan'l Hanks at 20...," n.p., n.d. <I>1 page, an oblong, lightly browned, matted and framed, incorporating a photograph and a portrait</I>. Two amusing stanzas in honor of a friend: "<I>Dan'l Hanks at 20</I>: 'Some fellers reckon, more or less, Before they speak their mind, And sometimes calkerlate or guess But them ain't Dan'l's kind.' [Stanza 2:] Dan'l Hanks at 70</I>: 'The Lord knows all things, great or small, With doubt He's never vexed; He, in His wisdom, knows it all -- But Dan'l Hanks comes next.'" [<I>With</I>:] A framed pen-and-ink sketch of a soldier in Napoleonic uniform, unsigned, [c.1840?]. <I>Together 2 items</I>. | Christie's