etched prints of Benjamin Keach, Daniel Burgess, 1691, Sir James Dyer, and J. Todd.
was cotemporary with Robert White, and a Scotchman. Vertue had seen some writing graved by him in a book in 1681. He made a print of himself in a fur-cap, and another in a wig. His best work was a plate of Ben Jonson. His other things are heads of Pythagoras, Dr. Mayerne, John Ray, Dr. Morton, Archbishop Sancroft, George Parker, Charles Snell, writing-master : Admiral Russel, and Judge Pollexfen.
was born April 6, 1658, and at the age of seventeen was put apprentice to Robert White, and did several prints, but of no great merit. However he was exceedingly admired by Mr. Thoresby, 1 who in his museum had the Lord's____________________