To a print of William, Earl of Salisbury, oval. [Altered by Crispin Pass, 8l. 13s. 6d.—S.]
the painter, whom I have mentioned before, graved several things from the Arundelian collection. At Paris was a collection of plates from that cabinet, containing 567 pieces pasted into a book. Vanderborcht's are dated from 1631 to 1638.
lived, I suppose, about this time, having graved a head of George Webbe, Bishop of Limerick, whose dress is of that age. See Ames, p. 180. [Ruff and long beard, book in his hand ; over his head, Minor minimis Dei miserationibus.]
Some English heads were done by an engraver that I do not find was ever here, though he styled himself the King's engraver. They are very large and handsome prints, particularly those of Charles I., his queen, and the Duke of Buckingham. There is a smaller of Sir Dudley Carleton, and one still less of Antonio di Dominis, Archbishop of Spalatro. This artist was William Delff, who worked chiefly atter Mirevelt.
George Gifford did a head of John Bate, poor enough; and another of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester, Edmund Marmion, and a head of George Tooke of Popes, oval.
occurs oftener. By him I find plates of—
Jeremiah Burroughs, 1646.
Jonas More, Mathem. with a scroll of paper in his hand, 1649. H. Stone, pinx.
Thomas Doolittle, Minister of the Gospel.
Robert Dingley, Master of Arts. John Gadbury, [Astrologer.]
Edward Leigh, [M.A. 1650.]
John Richardson, Bishop of Ardagh, 1654.____________________