The article is devoted to a three stanzas version of so far unknown poem '[In Prince Golicyn's Album]' found in the collections of The Library of the Poznan Society of Friends of Science and ascribed to Adam Mickiewicz. To date the poem was known only from copies in a one stanza version. The discovered poem is also a copy. In the article the author publishes the entire poem that was found and once again critically looks into the reports on the poem's composition and the situation in which it was published. The second part of the paper is devoted to the poem's addressee. To the alledged addressees recalled in the state of research, i.e. Prince Dmitri Golicyn and Alexander Golicyn, she adds the figure of Sergey Golicyn of the Starawies near Warsaw, thus explaining the existence of the poem self-publishing in Warsaw and broader - in the Kingdom of Poland. The author ceases to settle Mickiewicz's authorship of the poem; this issue can only be determined by the autograph.
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