"Her Mind well suited the fair Cabinet that contained it; she was humble, generous, unaffected, yet learned, wise, modest, and prudent above her Years or Sex; gay in Conversation, but by Nature thoughtful; had all the Softness of a Woman, with the Constancy and Courage of a Hero: In fine, her Soul was capable of every thing that was noble"
— Aubin, Penelope (1679?-1731?)
See also The Strange Adventures of the Count De Vinevil and His Family. Being an Account of What Happen'd to Them Whilst They Resided at Constantinople. And of Madamoiselle Ardelisa, His Daughter's Being Shipwreck'd on the Uninhabited Island Delos, in Her Return to France, With Violetta a Venetian Lady, the Captain of the Ship, a Priest, and Five Sailors. The Manner of Their Living There, and Strange Deliverance by the Arrival of a Ship Commanded by Violetta's Father. Ardelisa's Entertainment at Venice, and Safe Return to France. By Mrs. Aubin. (London: Printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, 1721). <Link to ECCO>