Duke's picture at her breast, 1 at Long- leate. But the best portrait of her is in Wilson's Life of James I. The reader would find it well worth his while to turn to it. [P. 258, three- quarters, sitting at a table.]
Sir John Haywood, LL.D., died 1627 ; with emblems. W. Pass, f. [The epigrammatist.]
Robert, Earl of Essex, on horseback.
George, Duke of Buckingham, ditto. [George Villiers, Duke, Marquis, and Earl of Buckingham; horse richly ca- parisoned, ships at sea, 1625, sheet, 15l. 4s. 6d.—S.]
Christian IV. King of Denmark, and Frederick, Duke of Holstein, both standing, in one print.
Darcy Wentworth, æt. 32, 1624.
James I. crowned, and sitting with a sword in his right hand, on which, Fidei Defensor, a death's head on his left on his knee; before him Prince Henry, with his left hand on a skull on a table. W. Passæus, f. et sc. anno Domini 1621.
Another, with the same date, but the king's left hand is on the globe, not on a skull, and instead of Prince Henry there is Prince Charles. This fine print is in my possession. 2
Sir Henry Rich, captain of the Guards; oval frame. W. Pass, sc. [Afterwards Earl of Holland.]
James I. Anne of Denmark, Princes Henry and Charles, King and Queen of Bohemia, with their progeny, half- sheet, 30l. 9s.—S. Vox regis vox Dei.
Triumphus Jacobi Regis, 22l. 10s. —S.
James I. with hat and feather; the border is on a distinct plate.
Henry, Earl of Holland, 32l. 11s.— S. In armour.
Henry Vere, Earl of Oxford, in a large hat and feather. J. Payne, many figures by W. Pass, 30l. 9s.—S.
George Chapman, poet.
James I. with P. Henry, (w. l.) half sheet.
I find little of her work but a very scarce little head in my own collection, representing the Lady Katherine, at that time Marchioness, afterwards Duchess, of Buckingham, with a feather fan. It is slightly finished, but very free. Salmacis and Hermaphroditus, 1623; Cephalus and Procris, and Latona changing the Lycian peasants into frogs; both after Elsheimer. [Her own portrait, Alpheus and Arethusa, two landscapes after Rowland Savery.]
engraved counters of the English royal family, as I have already mentioned in the life of Hilliard. Vertue says, he____________________