Harris's List of Covent-Garden Ladies for the year 1788
Mrs. T—rb—t, No 25, Titchfield-Street.
The glow of youth, the fire of wanton love,
Sport in her eye, and rouse the sensual heart
To strong desires unmanageable pitch.
So universally known, and so great a fav'rite with the bucks is this lady, that her desription is almost needless; her eyes And hair are of the most inviting darkness, her temper and disposition good, and her mind replete with the choicest gifts of Minerva; her figure is elegant, she is very tall, sings and dances to perfection, and has only been in a public way of life twelve months; for a single skirmish she does not refuse the King's smallest picture, but for a whole night's siege expects three of the largest.