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Mrs Cosway 6B_PAL_1789_a Featured Mayson Beeton Print

Mrs Cosway 6B_PAL_1789_a

Schomberg House, 80-82 Pall Mall, London. An engraving showing the view from Mr Cosway's Breakfast-Room at Schomberg House, looking towards Westminster Abbey, with Mrs Cosway seated in the foreground. Richard Cosway (1742-1821) was a leading portrait painter, his wife Maria Cosway (1760-1838) was also an accomplished artist who exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts. A note beneath the engraving records that the landscape was painted by William Hodges, RA, and the portrait was painted by Rd. Cosway. The whole was engraved by W. Birch, 1789. Coloured engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

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Defoe in the pillory N110160 Featured Mayson Beeton Print

Defoe in the pillory N110160

MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving of Daniel Defoe in the pillory at Temple Bar, July 1703. In December 1702 Defoe had published a political pamplet entitled "Shortest Way with the Dissenters" which satirised the high-church arguments of those Tories who wished to abolish the practice of occasional conformity (which allowed Dissenters to hold office). In May 1703, when his authorship was discovered, Defoe was arrested for seditious libel and was sentenced to a large fine, to stand in the pillory three times and was sent to Newgate prison. Defoe stood in the pillory on 29, 30, and 31 July, ringed with protective supporters

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Whitehall Palace, 1650 6C_WHI_1650 Featured Mayson Beeton Print

Whitehall Palace, 1650 6C_WHI_1650

Palace of Whitehall from the River Thames, Westminster, London. Whitehall Palace was the main royal residence in London between 1530 and 1698. The Latin text reads: 'The palace of the King near London, commonly known as Whitehall.' Etching. A late issue of the W. Hollar plate, probably 18th century. Mayson Beeton Collection

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