did a head of Edward Parry, Episcopi Laonensis, anno 1660, Oxon.
Engraved A. Brome, 1661, oval frame.
Sir Edward Nicholas, Secretary of State, oval frame laurelled. [After Hanneman.] 1
Lord Chief Justice Rolle, a cele- brated writer on the law.
Edward Waterhouse, Arm., and a few other heads.
W. Chamberlayne's head, prefixed to his Pharonnida, 1659.
Charles I. kneeling, a frontispiece to the Icon Basilike, in folio. (V. Ames, p. 34.) Another to the complete col- lection of that king's works; that to Mr. Evelyn's Sculptura, 2 and several others.
Lawrence Rawdon, alderman of York, 1626, 5l. 2s. 6d.—S.
Robert Rawdon, 1644, 5l. 7s. 6d. —W. S.
Sir Francis Wortley of Wortley, in armour, æt. 52, 42l.—S. This was a unique proof, and is now in the British Museum.—S.
Charles II. sitting enthroned, oval, 8vo.
T. Binning, Scotus, in an octagon.
Gideon Harvey, M.D.
Hugh Crompton, poet.
Alexander Brome, poet.
Capt. Samuel Sturmy.
O. Cromwell, (sm. w.l.) in armour.
another obscure artist, engraved the heads of Edward Leigh, Esq. M.A. of Magdalen-hall, Oxford, 1660; of Thomas Whitaker, physician to Charles II. ; of Selden, and Gething, a writing-master.
[James I. Charles II. three prints, James Fitzroy, Duke of Monmouth.
Tobias Whitaker, physician to Charles II.
John Rogers, 1661.]____________________