Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered] (Sale info: For Sale).
Among the gifts to the Association was the fine piece of statuary, "Sabrina," suggested to the artist by a beautiful passage in Milton's Comus: "Sabrina fair,/ Listen where thou art sitting/ Under the glassy, cool, translucent wave,/ In twisted braids of lilies knitting/ The loose train of thine amber-dropping hair;/ Listen for dear honor's sake,/ Goddess of the silver lake,/ Listen and save." This was placed in the centre of the room, and added greatly to the general effect and beauty of the gallery. [P. 21; entry is recorded only in the descriptive prefatory note to the catalogue.]
Report of the Christmas Bazaar, held under the Auspices of the Babies' Hospital Relief Association, from December 14 to December 22, inclusive, at Corinthian Hall, Rochester, N.Y. Rochester: Printed by Bunton & Andrews, Book and Job Printers. 1863.