The general is seated by a table, drest in his uniform, which represents his military character; his left arm rests on papers which are suitable to represent his presidentship; Mrs. Washington, sets at the other end of the table, holding the plan of the federal city, pointing with her fan to the grand avenue; Miss Custis stands by her side assisting in showing the plan: George Washington Custis stands by the Gen.--his right hand resting on a globe: the back ground is composed of two large Columns with Architect; a large curtain partly drawn up, under which appears a view of thirty miles down the Potowmac [sic] River, from Mount Vernon. [P. 3-4.]
New-York, April 6, 1802. Columbian Gallery. At the Pantheon, No. 80, Greenwich-Street, near the Battery.