A very valuable and beautiful work of art, rich in coloring and truthful in execution; and also valuable for its historical recollections. The subject is well-known. The gallantries of the Duke having often been the subject of dispute and reprimand, he caused this picture to be painted, the centre figure a portrait of his lady, for the purpose of showing her the uselessness of her labors to reform him. [Pp. 8-9.]
Catalogue of the Paintings, Portraits, Marble and Plaster Statuary, Engravings & Water Color Drawings, in the Collection of the Boston Museum, Tremont, near Court Street, Boston, together with a Descriptive Sketch of the Institution, and General Summary of the Natural History Specimens, Curiosities, &c. Admission 25 cents. Children under 12 years of age, accompanied by an adult, 12 1-2 cents. Catalogues 6 1-4 cents. Boston: Stacy, Richardson, Filmer & Co., Printers, No. 142 1/2 Washington Street, Boston. 1847.