Sir H. Bedingfield, Lord Chief Jus- tice, 1685.
Josiah Kealing, discoverer of the Rye-house Plot. 9l. 9s. Bindley. 7l. S.
The six Portsmouth Captains, who declared in favour of the Prince of Orange, at the Revolution, large half- sheet, 9l. 9s.—S.
son of Robert, finished some of his father's plates, and engraved others himself, but chiefly practised in mezzotinto, in which he succeeded, and had sometimes twenty guineas for a plate. His best, I think, are of Sir Richard Blackmore, and Sylvester Petyt, the latter remarkably fine. He also painted in oil, and more frequently in miniature. One of his first large heads, in his father's manner, was of James Gardiner, Bishop of Lincoln. [James, Duke of Ormond. Lord Chancellor Clarendon.] He was alive so late as the year 1731, when a print by him of Bishop Weston is dated.
George White invented a singular improvement in the art of mezzotinto engraving ; practised it much, and greatly excelled in it.
Among his prints in that manner, are, beside the before mentioned,
Old Parr, æt. 151, 4to. Young Parr. 4to.
Nicholas Saunderson, the mathema- tician.
John Baptiste Monoyer, painter.
John Dryden. Alexander Pope.
George Hooper, Bishop of St. Asaph.
Colonel Blood, who stole the Crown, and was afterwards pardoned and pen- sioned by Charles II.
William Dobson, painter, from a picture by himself.
Erasmus Smith, Esq. and his wife.
Robert Coney, M.D. Vanderbank. engraver.
John Sturges, carpenter.
Tycho Wing, mathematician.
was much employed by Robert White, who drew his head in black lead, which was engraved in 1683. Himself did prints of Richard Baxter, and Tobias Crisp.____________________