Item is on electo-steel engraved decorated standing portrait of Henry Somerst, The First Marquis of Worchester. Engraved by H. Robinson from a orgnal by Jansen in the collection of hisf grave, theDuke of Beaufort, Published by John Tallis & Comopany London and New York.
Item is an window-matted printed photograph (can't tell process of print format) of a study for a portrait of Cardinal Richelieu; founder of the company of New France, 1627, (b.1585-d.1642), three views as done by Phillippe de Champaigne. Partial attribution to G Hallett Kyat S.c. London. above image are the words "De ces deux profiles ceci est le meilleur," over the profile to the right looking left.
Item is an electro-steel engraving of Prince pert done by Chanbar Sculp. oval portrait . Matted and writte nin Pen "Prince upert First governor of Hudson bay Co. 1670. He company was hnmsze a "he Gov an company of adventurures of England trading into Hudson's Bay." The territory granted wasn't a british colony, assed to br called "Rupert's land"."
Item is an top-half, decorated oval, electro-elgraved portrait of the Marquis de Tracy; a French soldier (b.1603-d.1670). The portrait is Engraved by J.Lenfant. The actual portiat is on the top half of the page and the decotration on the oval includes a crest.
The fonds consists of microfilmed manuscripts that deal principally with the Army, Parliament and military affairs in Scotland from 1640-1665. The fonds has been arranged into four series; letters and papers relating to the Army and Army matters in Scotland; letters and papers dealing with the Army, its relationship with Parliament and military proceedings, including the Putney, Reading and Whitehall debates; letter-books, abstracts of orders, warrants and passes and other material dealing with the Army in Scotland and General Monck as Commander-in-Chief; and miscellaneous items, including unbound documents and volumes containing papers relating closely to, though not of, William Clarke.