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Batoni portrait during restoration.
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James II (of England)(1633-1701), King of England, Scotland and Ireland (1685-1688). By the School of Godfrey Kneller
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Mary of Modena, Queen Mary II (1658-1718), Queen consort of Kings James II of England. By the School of Godfrey Kneller.
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Katherine Noel, Duchess of Rutland. By Studio of Sir Peter Lely
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Lady Ranleigh. Attributed to Sir Godfrey Kneller. Bt
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John Rolle Walter (1712-1779). By Pompeo Batoni.
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John, Lord Rolle (1750-1842). By Richard Cosway R.A.
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John. Lord Rolle (1750-1842). By Sir Thomas Lawrence P.R.A
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Lady Louisa Barbara Rolle (1796-1885). By Sir Thomas Lawrence P.R.A. and probably finished on his death by Mrs. Robertson
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Captain Thomas Colby (1782-1864). By English School
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Sir James Frederick Palmer (1804-1871). By English School, circa 1840
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Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle (1835-1907). By Sir John Collier R.A.
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Alderman Nathaniel Chapple. By H.J. Brooks.
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Alderman William Vaughan. By H.J. Brooks.
 
 
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