Bengale Cent-feuilles (China) [] Dr. Cartier raised this variety from Old Blush.

Redouté, Les Roses, Vol. 3. t. 156 (1835)

I don’t know who is responsible for the error, but it needs to be straightened out. 'Bengale à grandes feuilles' (L. Noisette) is not the same as Cartier's 'Bengale cent feuilles'. The latter was raised by Dr. Cartier from ‘Old Blush, and was described by Ventenat ca. 1803. The former was a chameleon rose, changing from pink to carmine to dark purple as it matured, that was introduced by L. Noisette in the 1830s.