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Hospitals

Item is a photograph of a view of the Military Hospital and Old Fort Henry from the east. Watercolour with touches of gouache over pencil by unknown artist. Inscribed (verso):Hospital and Old Fort Henry near Kingston taken at the commencements of the new works.

J.J. Angerstein, Esq.

Engraving of John Julius Angerstein, born 1732 and died 1823. He was a London businessman and patron of the arts. Engraved by Scriven based on a portrait by Sir Tho. Lawrence. Published by Fisher, Son & Co. (London).

Jeremy Bentham, ESQ.

Item is electro-steel engraving, by S. Freeman of a painting by Worthington, of Jeremy Bentham, British jurist and author. Born 1748- died 1832. Fisher, Son & Co. London, 1832.

Jeremy Bentham, ESQ.

Item is electro-steel engraving, by S. Freeman of a painting by Worthington, of Jeremy Bentham, British jurist and author. Born 1748- died 1832. Fisher, Son & Co. London, 1832.

Majr. Genl. Sir Charles William Doyle, K.C.H.-C.B.

Item is an electro-steel engraving of Sir Charles William Doyle, born 1770 and died 1842. He was a British Army officer during the Napoleonic Wars. Engraved by Meyer from a painting by M. Roarpenter. Printed by Fisher, Son & Co. (London).

George-O'Brien Wyndham, F.R.S. & F.S.A. Earl of Egremont

Item is an electro-steel engraving of George Wydham, 3rd Earl of Egremont, born 1751 and died 1837, a British peer, major landowner, and great art collector. Engraved by H. Cook from a painting by Thomas Phillips, R.A. and published by Fisher, Son & Co. (London). Print of signature included.

Rt. Hon. George Keith Elphinstone, Admiral Lord Keith, K.B.

Item is an electro-steel engraving of George Keith Elphinstone, 1st Viscount Keith G.C.B., born 1746 and died 1823, British admiral active throughout the Napoleonic Wars. Engraved by W. Holl from a painting by J. Hoppner Esq. R.A. Published by Fisher, Son & Co. (London). Print of singature attached.

Admiral Alan Gardner, Baron Gardner

Item is a electro steel engraving by Fenner & Co. of Admiral Allan Gardner; Born 1742- died 1809. Including copy of signature. From an painting by Sir. W Beechey and published London 1832.

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