"nos. 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 - prints. - The subjects, Ahasuerus, Esther, Haman, Mordecai &c. &c. the originals were drawn by Mrs. Beauverlet, and engraved by her husband, perhaps the best artist in his line in existence. We can never suffic- iently admire and praise these incomparable productions. To enumerate their excellencies would take up a volume." [P. 297; Gottesman adds in footnote:) "Jacques Firmin Beauverlet was a French engraver who lived from 1731 to 1795. Rwo of his three wives were artists - Catherine Francoise Deschamps and Marie Catherine Riollet." [P. 297.]
New-York, April 6, 1802. Columbian Gallery. At the Pantheon, No. 80, Greenwich-Street, near the Battery.