Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 255 (Sale info: For Sale).
"Rosamond, the fayre daughter of Walter Lord Clifford, concubine to King Henry II (poisoned by Queen Elianor, as some thought) dyed at Woodstocke (A.D. 1177), where King Henry had for a house of Wonderful Working, so that no man or woman might come to her, but he that was instructed by the King. This house after some was named Labyrinthus or Daedalus worke; but it was commonly said that lastly the Queen came to her by a thridde of silke, and so dealt with her, that she lived not long after; but when she was dead, she was buried at Gadstow in an house of Nunnes, beside Oxfordstow." [P. 33.]
Exhibition of Paintings, Engravings, Drawings, Aquarelles, and Works of Household Art, in the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition. MDCCCLXXIII.