at Rome, amidst emperors, heroes, and philosophers, I have seen a puppet-show in a box that turned like a squirrel's rolling cage ; in the same palace was the noble statue of Seneca dying in the bath, and a devil that started out of a clock-case as you entered the chamber. There is a print of James, Earl of Derby, from a painting by Hamlet Winstanley, another of Peploe, Bishop of Chester, and his own head by himself. The two last were executed by Faber. Winstanley the father was projector and builder of the Eddystone lighthouse, and was killed by the fall of it in a great storm. Hamlet 1 Winstanley's collection of copper- plates and prints were sold by auction at Essex house, March 18, 1762. Among them were his etchings from Lord Derby's pictures, and the cupola of St. Paul's after Thornhill.
is known only by a print of William Salmon, chymist, 1681.
2a name that can never be omitted, when it occurs in any branch of the arts, was, I suppose, the same person with the glass-painter, whom I have mentioned in my second volume, p. 25, 3 and is found to two prints ; the first, of James II., the other of Lord Chancellor Jefferies, who is there styled Earl of Flint; 4 a title which none of our historians mention to have been given to, or designed for him. 5____________________