Portraits [manuscript], 1679-1893.

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Portraits [manuscript], 1679-1893.

Portraits [manuscript], 1679-1893.

The subjects of the portraits are: Jeffrey Amherst, Sir Edmund Andros, Henry Bennet, earl of Arlington, Charlotte (Consort of George III), William Clark, Henry Clay, William Harris Crawford, Elizabeth Moss Crittenden, James Currie, Edward Sackville Dorset, Henry Draper, Myra Clark Whitney Gaines, Edward J. Gay, George I, George III, George, Prince of Denmark, Alfred Griffith, Samuel Hammond, William Henry Harrison, Patrick Henry, John Hunter, Andrew Jackson, Stonewall Jackson, James, I, Elisha Kent Kane, Henry Lee, Robert E. Lee, Sir Thomas Lunsford, Dolley Madison, James Madison, John Marshall, James Monroe, Cyrus Hall McCormick, John W. Nash, Pocahontas and John Smith, Edgar Allan Poe, Sydenham Poyntz, Sir Walter Raleigh, William H. Richardson, Robert, earl of Warwick, Winfield Scott, Thomas Shirley, Sir Thomas Smith, Josiah Tattnall, Zachary Taylor, Julia Gardiner Tyler, Mrs. Robert Tyler, Sir William Wadd, Daniel Webster and William Wirt. The Monroe engraving includes a vignette of Lafayette's U.S. visit. There is also a portrait entitled "President & Generals C.S.A." that includes portraits of: Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, A.P. Hill, J.E.B. Stuart, Braxton Bragg, Joseph E. Johnston, John Morgan, Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, and P.G.T. Beauregard. John Hunter and Thomas Shirley are University of Virginia graduates.

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Smith, John, 1580-1631

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