He died about thirty years old, and was buried in the churchyard of St. Martin's. His prints are—
Thomas Flatman, probably his first work.
Mary, Princess of Orange.
Sir William Reade, 1 oculist to Queen Mary. Mr. Dryden, in a long wig.
Queen Anne, with loose hair, Garter- robes.
Prince George of Denmark.
Mr. Jeremiah Collier.
John More, Bishop of Ely.
Frederic, Count of Schomberg.
Another, when duke.
John Cooper, a boy with a dog.
Lady Katherine Hyde.
Mrs. Mariamne Herbert.
The Princess of Hanover.
Charles II. King of Sweden.
A Lady, half-length, with a basket of flowers; no name.
Lord Henry Scott.
Mr. James Thynne, a boy.
Mr. Richard Gomeldon.
Shadwell, the poet.
Sir Richard Haddock, fine, [after Closterman.]
Mrs. Plowden, with a garland, gown lined with striped silk ; no name.
Another, but instead of the garland she has a necklace in her hand.
Sancta Maria Magdalena.
A Cupid, after Parmentier.
A death's head between a watch and a rose in a glass bottle.
A black giving fruit to a girl, in- scribed Beauty's Tribute.
Others mentioned by Ames, are—
The Princess Sophia.
Madam Nichols. This I believe is the same with Mrs. Plowden. 2
was scholar of the elder Faithorne, whose head he copied, and was living in 1676; but probably died young, as only two more plates appear of his hand, the heads of Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex, and of Paracelsus [the Frontispiece to Heylin's Cosmography]. Mr. Hill the painter was a disciple of Faithorne, but never applied to engraving.
Engravers in the reign of Charles I. not mentioned by Walpole.
Thomas De Leu.
Sir Walter Raleigh, sm. oval.
Mark Alexander Boyd, æt. 36, 12mo. a Scotch poet.
James I. æt. 42.
Sir Francis Drake.
Mary, Queen of Scots, an oval in a square.
Peter de Jode the Younger.
Portraits after Vandyck :—
Q. Henrietta Maria.
T. Earl of Strafford.
Catherine, Duchess of Lenox.
Catherine, Countess of Newburgh.____________________