1836. This sequestered lake, lying under the highest point of the Shawangunk mountains, hemmed in by precipitous and overhanging rocks, and of marvellous depth and transparency, is truly one of the most remarkable scenes in this State. It lies a thousand feet above the Rondout Valley, and for loneliness, wildness, and gloomy shadows of rocks and pines is unsurpassed. [P. 17.]
Catalogue of Paintings, by Daniel Huntington, N.A., exhibiting at the Art Union buildings, 497 Broadway. Snowden, Printer, 70 Wall-Street.