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    • Engraved portrait of Sir Thomas Hope of Craighall, first baronet (1573–1646)

    • Harding, Edward (1755-1840), engraver, publisher and librarian to Queen Charlotte; Jamesone, George (Scottish history painter, portraitist, and landscapist, ca. 1588-ca. 1644);
    • Engraved portrait of Sir Thomas Hope of Craighall, first baronet (1573–1646). Stipple engraving by Edward Harding after George Jamesone. Titled: 'Sir Thomas Hope, from the original by Jameson in the possession of the Earl of Hoptoun to whom...
    • Hope, Sir Thomas, of Craighall, first baronet (1573–1646), advocate and politician
    • Mezzotint portrait of George Gordon, second marquess of Huntly (c.1590–1649)

    • Van Dyck, Sir Anthony (1599-1641), Painter; Luttrell, Edward (English draftsman and mezzotinter, active ca. 1680-1724); Turner, Charles (English engraver and draftsman, (1774-1857);
    • Mezzotint portrait of George Gordon, second marquess of Huntly (c.1590–1649), engraved by Charles Turner from a drawing by Edward Luttrell after the painting by Anthony Van Dyck. Titled: 'George Gordon, Marquis of Huntley, Obit. 1649. Engraved...
    • Gordon, George, second marquess of Huntly (c.1590–1649), nobleman
    • Etching of James Graham, first marquess of Montrose (1612–1650)

    • Matham, Adriaen (Dutch painter, ca.1599-1660)
    • Etching of James Graham, first marquess of Montrose (1612–1650) by Adriaen Matham. With family crests. Titled: 'James Marquesse of Montrose, Earle of Kingcairne, Lord Graeme, Baron of Mont dieue, etc. Lieutenant Governour and Capt. General...
    • Graham, James, first marquess of Montrose (1612–1650), royalist army officer
    • Engraved portrait of John Disbrowe [Desborough] (bap. 1608, d. 1680)

    • Cooper, Robert (British painter, active ca. 1795-1836);
    • Engraved portrait of John Disbrowe [Desborough] (bap. 1608, d. 1680). Stipple engraving ?by Robert Cooper. No title. Verso in pencil price of 6/-.
    • Disbrowe [Desborough], John (bap. 1608, d. 1680), parliamentarian army officer and politician
    • Engraving from a tract by John Spittlehouse (bap. 1612, d. in or after 1657)

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    • Engraving from a tract by John Spittlehouse (bap. 1612, d. in or after 1657). Line engraving after unknown artist, showing an Anglican prelate, the Pope (with three heads and various Catholic symbols at his feet), a Presbyterian and a prosperous...
    • Spittlehouse, John (bap. 1612, d. in or after 1657), Fifth Monarchist
    • Engraved portrait of Charles I and twenty-one contemporaries

    • Dyck, Anthony van (Flemish painter, 1599-1641, active in England)
    • Engraved portrait of Charles I and twenty-one contemporaries after Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641). Inscribed, 'These are ye cheife of them that came to David to Ziklag, and they were among ye mighty men helpers of the Warr, Cron. 1.12.1'.
    • Charles I (1600-1649), king of England, Scotland, and Ireland; Wentworth, Thomas, first earl of Strafford (1593–1641), lord lieutenant of Ireland; Pierrepont, Robert, first earl of Kingston upon Hull (1584-1643), landowner and royalist army...
    • Engraved portrait of Edmund Ludlow [Ludlowe] (1616/17–1692)

    • White, Robert (English engraver, 1645-1703);
    • Engraved portrait of Edmund Ludlow [Ludlowe] (1616/17–1692). Line engraving, possibly by Robert White. Titled: 'Edmund Ludlow Esqr. Lieut. Genll.' On reverse in ink is written the following verse, with a reference of 'Ladybrass pag. 105': 'On...
    • Ludlow [Ludlowe], Edmund (1616/17–1692), army officer and regicide
    • Engraved portrait of Andrew Cant (1584/1590–1663)

    • Freeman, Samuel (English engraver, 1773-1857)
    • Engraved portrait of Andrew Cant (1584/1590–1663). Line engraving by Samuel Freeman after an unknown artist. Titled: 'Andrew Cant, from the original in Marischal College, Aberdeen'.
    • Cant, Andrew (1584/1590–1663), Church of Scotland minister
    • Engraved portrait of William Cunningham, eighth earl of Glencairn (1610/11–1664)

    • Wright, John Michael (English painter, 1617-1694)
    • Engraved portrait of William Cunningham, eighth earl of Glencairn (1610/11–1664). Stipple engraving probably after John Michael Wright. Titled: 'Chancellor Glencairn. From the Original at Coats near Edinburgh.' Verso in pencil Mr Fairclough...
    • Cunningham, William, eighth earl of Glencairn (1610/11–1664), royalist army officer
    • Mezzotint portrait of Marmaduke Langdale, first Baron Langdale (bap. 1598, d. 1661)

    • Humphrey, William (British artist, ca.1740-ca.1810)
    • Mezzotint portrait of Marmaduke Langdale, first Baron Langdale (bap. 1598, d. 1661) by William Humphrey. Titled: 'Sr. Marmaduke Langdale, the first Lord Langdale, From a Picture of him in the Possession of Marmaduke Lord Langdale, at Holme on...
    • Langdale, Marmaduke, first Baron Langdale (bap. 1598, d. 1661), royalist army officer
    • Engraved portrait of Algernon Percy, tenth earl of Northumberland (1602–1668)

    • Dyck, Anthony van (Flemish painter, 1599-1641, active in England); Dalen, Cornelis van, I (Dutch printmaker, draftsman, and editor, ca. 1602-1665)
    • Engraved portrait of Algernon Percy, tenth earl of Northumberland (1602–1668) by Cornelis van Dalen after Anthony van Dyck. Titled: 'The right Honourable, and most noble, Algernon Percy, Earle of Northumberland, Lord Poynings, Fitz-payne &...
    • Percy, Algernon, tenth earl of Northumberland (1602–1668), politician
    • Official opening tomorrow

    • Leicester Mercury;
    • Newspaper cutting of an advertiser's announcement of the official opening of the Magnum Hotel and office complex.
    • Abandoned buildings; Warehouses; Hotels; Magnum Hotel
    • Plan 1-Sw Ln F Sleath 1908

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    • Plan No 1, the very first plan to be entered into the Garden Suburb's plans schedule. No architect named, but endorsed Frank Sleath. Perhaps this was proprietor Frederick Merttens commissioning local builder Frank Sleath to build a showhouse....
    • Architecture; Garden Suburbs;
    • Plan 59-60-Sleath-Potter Semis 1911

    • Clare, George E.;
    • A pair of semi-detached houses for a Swithland Lane plot. Hand endorsed for clients F Sleath [left side] and Miss Potter [right side]. Examples of architectural plans submitted by clients of Rothley Temple Estates.
    • Architecture; Garden Suburbs;

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