I am not aware that this condemnatory effusion was ever seen by
the owner of the place. He might be disposed to pay little
attention to it; but were it to prove otherwise I should be glad,
for the whole exhibition is distressingly puerile.
"The waterfall, by a loud roaring, warned us when we must expect it. We were first, however, conducted into a small apartment, where the Gardener desired us to look at a picture of Ossian, which, while he was telling the history of the young Artist who executed the work, disappeared, parting in the middle--flying asunder as by the touch of magic--and lo! we are at the entrance of a splendid apartment, which was almost dizzy and alive with waterfalls, that tumbled in all directions; the great cascade, opposite the window, which faced us, being reflected in innumerable mirrors upon the ceiling and against he walls."--