Ossian's Poems, 5th book of Fingal. London, 1809. "The gloomy heroes fought.--Fierce Ullin fell. Young Lamderg came all pale to the daughter of the generous Tuathal:--'What blood,' she said, 'what blood runs down my warrior's side?' 'It is Ullin's blood,' the chief replied, 'Thou fairer than snow: Gechlossa, let me rest her awhile.' The mighty Lamderg died. Three days she mourned beside her love:--the hunters found her cold:--they raised this tomb over the three." [P. 36.]
Catalogue of Paintings of Colonel Trumbull, including eight subjects of the American Revolution, with near two hundred and fifty Portraits of persons distinguished in that important period painted by him from the Life, now exhibiting in the Gallery of Yale College, New-Haven. New-Haven: Printed by J. Peck, 1835.