Circle of David Paton (Scottish, active 1660-1695) François Sublet de Noyers, Baron de Dangu (15891645), Secretary of State for War (c.1636-1643), wearing ministerial robes, white chemise with broad linen collar and lace scallops, his natural hair worn loose beneath a coif
Mrs James Green (née Miss Mary Byrne) (British, 1776-1845) Captain Henry John Peachey, 3rd Baron Selsey (1787-1838), when a Midshipman, wearing blue coat with standing collar, white waistcoat, chemise and black stock
George Place (Irish, died 1805) An Officer, wearing red coat with blue facings edged with gold, gold epaulette, brass gorget dressed with blue tassels, white cross belt with oval regimental belt plate, white frilled chemise and black stocknext page
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