[[File:0722_detail.jpg|thumb|Fig. 6, Anonymous, "Barrell Farm" [detail], Pleasant Hill, 1817.]]
*Constantia [pseud.Judith Sargent Murray], June 24, 1790, “Description of Gray's Gray’s Gardens, Pennsylvania” (''Massachusetts Magazine'' 3: 414–15)<ref>Constantia[Judith Sargent Murray], “Description of Gray's Gray’s Gardens, Pennsylvania,” ''The Massachusetts Magazine, or, Monthly Museum of Knowledge and Rational Entertainment'' 7, no. 3 (June 1790July 1791): 413–17, [https://www.zotero.org/groups/54737/keywords_in_early_american_landscape_design/items/itemKey/IAJKF9C4 view on Zotero].</ref>
:“We ascend the [ ], five easy steps in the first, and ten in the second, produces us in the area exactly before the door, and we then command a full view of a romantick '''summer house''', in the front of which is a whole length transparent picture of Columbia's illustrious Chief&mdash;Fame, is crowning him with the laurel&mdash;the picture is as large as the life, and the likeness, it is said, is happily preserved. Underneath this '''summer house''', is an [[icehouse|ice house]], convenient and well planned, and upon the right of this building, is an oblong section of the garden, prettily enclosed, which is chiefly devoted to exotics. . . .
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