A Sketch for a large picture of Washington reading the burial service over the body of Braddock, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 82
"The Chaplain having been wounded, Washington read the funeral service. All was done in sadness, and without parade, so as not to attract the attention of lurking savages who might discover and outrage his grave."--Irving's Life of Washington. [P. 6.]
Catalogue of the Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Washington Art Association. 1860. Washington: Henry Polkinhorn, Printer, 375 and 377 D Street. 1860.