"Authoress of the Italian romance of the forest, mysteries of Udolpho, travels through Flanders, &c. &c. in her countenance we trace what her writings bespeak her, a woman of learning, dignity and sensibility."[P. 296; Gottesman adds in footnote:] "Advertised in the New York morning chronicle, September 24, 1803: 'Mrs. Radcliffe's Journey. A few copies of Mrs. Rad- cliffe's travels in Germany - on the Rhine, &c. for sale at the Shakspeare Gallery. It is sufficient commendation of them to say they are by the author of the mysteries of Udolpho.'" [P. 296.]
New-York, April 6, 1802. Columbian Gallery. At the Pantheon, No. 80, Greenwich-Street, near the Battery.