Joshua at the Battle of Ai--attended by Death, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 51
"O'er the pale rear tremendous Joshua hung;/ Their gloomy knell his voice terrific rung;/ From glowing eyeballs flashed his wrath severe--/ Grim Death before him hurled his murderous spear." Conquest of Canaan, by Dwight, Book 6. [P. 34.]
Catalogue of Paintings, by Colonel Trumbull; including eight subjects of the American Revolution, with near two hundred and fifty Portraits of persons distinguished in that important period, painted by him from Life. On exhibition in the Picture Gallery of Yale College, New Haven: where they were placed by the donor, on condition that after his decease, the proceeds of the exhibition be forever applied in aid of the education of indigent students in Yale College. Fourth Edition. New Haven: Printed by E. Hayes, 50 Chapel St. 1860.