|Title:||Woodburn's Gallery of rare portraits; consisting of original plates, by Cecil, Delaram, Droeshout ... &c., with facsimile copies from the rarest and most curious portraits, illustrative of Granger's Biographical history of England, Clarendon's History of the rebellion, Burnet's History of his own time, Pennant's London, &c. ... containing two hundred portraits, of persons celebrated for their diplomatic services, military or naval atchievements, literary acquirements, eccentric habits, or some peculiar feature in their lives deserving the notice of the historian and biographer; particularly the ... equestrian set of plates in the illustrated Clarendon, belonging to the Right Hon. Earl Spencer, K.G., with others from the most remarkable and singular prints, in the possession of different noblemen and gentlemen, celebrated for their collection of rare portraits.|
|Author:||Woodburn, Samuel, 1785 or 86-1853|
|Note:||London, Pub. for the proprietor, by G. Jones, 1816|
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