From his youth he was a man of pure and unblemished life. He was a patriot and statesman, a philosopher and a christian. From the commencement of the American revolution to the last hour of his life he exhibited a firm, inflexible, unremitting and ardent attachment to this country. He was one of the first representatives from Virginia under the present Constitution of the United States. In 1800 he was chosen one of the electors of president. Chosen governor of Virginia 1802. Died at Richmond October 11, 1808, in the 65 [sic] of his age. [P. 36.]
Historical Catalogue of the Paintings in the Philadelphia Museum consisting chiefly of Portraits of Revolutionary Patriots and other distinguished characters. 1813.