Another, younger, but with a long beard and hat on.
Small neat half-length of W. Burton of Falde, in an oval, with devices, 1622.
Sir Henry Mountagu, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, with six Latin verses, &c.
Sir William Segar, Garter Principal King of Arms.
Robert Abbot, Bishop of Salisbury, with six Latin verses, Abra. Car. compos.
John, Bishop of Lincoln, with purse- bearer, mace-bearer, six boy-angels play- ing on musical instruments, and six Latin verses A very neat and curious print. [John Williams, Bishop of Lincoln. Archbishop of York, oval.]
Frederick, Elector Palatine. Eliza- beth, his wife. [Ovals, in one plate.]
Frederick Henry, their eldest son. [The most hopefull Prince Frederick Henry, with arattle in his hand, 11l.11s. —S.]
Charles, Prince of Wales. [Eques- trian portrait, richly habited in a hat and feather, with a truncheon. View of Richmond palace in the distance, 46l. 4s. —S. Now in the British Museum.]
John King, Bishop of London. [1611, 4to.]
Mathias De Lobel, Physician.
Sir Horatio Vere ; on either side a soldier completely armed, at bottom ; trophies, &c. at top. [Sir Horatio Veer, Knt. Lord Generall, 4to.]
George Withers, the poet, with eight English verses, and this motto, Nec habeo, nec careo, nec curo, 1622. [In half armour, richly dressed, right hand on his sword, 4to.]
Frances, Duchess of Richmond and Lenox, covered with jewels, a large veil behind. Constantia coronat. 1623 [Richly dressed, 4to.]
Frontispiece to Nero Cæsar, folio, 1624. This is the latest date to which I find Delaram's name. The four next were a family of artists, and the best performers in the laboured, finical man- ner of that age.
Frances Seymour, Countess of Hert- ford, oval, six English verses, 4to 13l. 2s. 6d.—S.
Katherine, Marchioness of Bucking- ham, coronet with ostrich feathers, and holding a string of pearls, 8l. 8s.
Frances, Duchess of Richmond and Lenox, 1623, oval, 4to.
Frederick and Elizabeth, King and Queen of Bohemia, ovals, 4to.
Ernest, Count Mansfeldt, 4to. eques- trian.
Henry, Earl of Mancbester, with his treasurer's staff. Henry, Earl of Northumberland, in a hat, holding his gloves.
John King, Bishop of London, with a Bible in his hand, 4to.
of Utrecht, was a man of letters, and not only industrious to perfect himself in his art, but fond of promoting and encouraging it. This appears particularly by his being at the expense of setting forth Holland's Heröologia, which is expressly said to be published Impensis Crispini Pass. ; and his not mentioning himself as having any share in engraving the plates makes me conclude that he recommended the best sculptors among the Flemish. Indeed the prints have merit in themselves, besides being memorials of____________________