is a large and fine print of it, by G. Hoefnagle, in the first volume of Braun's Civitates Orbis Terrarum. Of Old Richmond 1 and Greenwich I have drawings, and of the former is a small view by Hollar. In Overton's list is mentioned a map of the Royal Exchange by Thomas Cartwright, the builder.
a name that occurs to a neat little print 2 of Sir Henry Wootton, with the word, philosophemur; and to those of Mar. Francke, master of Pembroke-hall, Cambridge ; of John Cosin, Bishop of Durham ; of Samuel Boteley ; of the Duke of Buckingham ; of Sanderson, Bishop of Lincoln; of Milton, Hooker, and Robert, Earl of Essex.
a name to a print of Sir Theodore Mayerne. An Italian called Deodate was physician to Prince Henry, and probably this engraver.
(Portraits not enumerated by Walpole.)
Jacobus et Anna Rex et Regina Angliæ, &c. (w. l.) 15l. 15s.—S.
Henry Garnet, Jesuit, executed 1606, 12mo.
Lady Arabella Stuart, in a rich dress, 1619, I. W. 11l. 11s.—S.
The Roiall Progenie of our most sacred King, James I. fourteen medallions, interspersed with roses of York and Lancaster, Loud. 1619, large half-sheet, 23l. 2s.—Lake.
Maria Scotorum Regina, 1587, 4to. rich dress, and feather in her hand.
Francis, Lord Willoughby, of Par- ham ; motto, Vérité sans pair, 4to.
Captain Thomas Cavendish, and four____________________
* Richard, Viscount Fitzwilliam, died in 1816, and bequeathed his valuable collection of pictures and drawings to the University of Cambridge.—D.