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John Horne Tooke Esq.

Item is an back-matted, oval top-half, electro-steel engraved portrait of John Horne tooke, Esq.; English Philologist and Politician (b.1737-d.1812). Engraving from the Literary Magazine and is from an orignal painting used by permission by the puhblisher J. Good, Bond St. Bottom two orners unattached.

J Graves Simcoe

Item is an lithograph in colour top-half portrait of John Graves Simcoe; First Governor of Upper Canadsa, 1792-4 (b.1752-d.1806).

John Horne Tooke Esq.

Item is an back-matted, decorated oval, top- half (with background), electro-steel engraved portrait of John Horne Tooke Esq.; English Philologist & Politician (b.1737-d.1812). From the LITERARY MAGAZINE anf from an original painting used by permission and published Nov. 1, 1792 for the propriators by J. Good, Bond Str.

Lieut. Gen. Simcoe First Govonor of Upper Canada

Item is an window-matted tip-halve oval electro-steel engraved portrait of Liuet. Gen. John Graves Simcoe; First Governor of Upper Canada, 1792-4 (b.1752-d.1806). Engraved by the Briitish American Bank Note Company, Montreal. Propeer title on image with the date 1792 in pen and the signature of the subject from an outside attached source is below the image on the matt.

John Henderson A.M. of Oxford.

Item is an electro-steel engraving of John Henderson A.M. of Oxford. Engraved by J. Conde from a miniature in the possession of John Tuffin, Esq. Published by J. Sewell (32 Cornhill).

Warren Hastings Esqr.

Item is an electro-steel engraving of Warren Hastings, born 1732 and died 1818, English statesman, who was the first Governor of the Presidency of Fort William (Bengal), the head of the Supreme Council of Bengal, and thereby the first de facto Governor-General of India from 1772 to 1785. Engraved by Conde, after a bust by Mr. Banks in the possession of William Seward, Esq. Published as the Act directs for the proprietors of J. Good (Bend Street).

Admiral Coligny

Item is a electro steel engraving by J. Jones of Admiral Coligny, Huguenot Chief; Born 1517- died 1572.

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