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Stephen Lushington (1782-1873), Judge

Sitter in 17 portraits
M.P. 1806-41 and known as an ardent reformer and a forceful speaker; judge of high court of admiralty 1838-67; acquired a reputation for the soundness of his decisions.

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The Trial of Queen Caroline 1820

by Sir George Hayter
oil on canvas, 1820-1823
On display in Room 17 at the National Portrait Gallery
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599

The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840

by Benjamin Robert Haydon
oil on canvas, 1841
On display in Room 20 at the National Portrait Gallery
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Stephen Lushington

by William Holman Hunt
oil on canvas, 1862
On display in the Dining Room at Bodelwyddan Castle
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Stephen Lushington

by Maull & Polyblank
albumen carte-de-visite, early-mid 1860s
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Ax38681

Stephen Lushington

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, 1860s-1873
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D17911

Steward's Court of the Manor of Torre Devon

attributed to Theodore Lane, published by George Humphrey
etching, published December 1820
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D41194

The Nursery

by John ('HB') Doyle, printed by Alfred Ducôte, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 7 May 1833
NPG D41194

D38024

Stephen Lushington

by and published by William Walker, after Sir William John Newton
mezzotint, published May 1834
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D38025

Stephen Lushington

by and published by William Walker, after Sir William John Newton
mezzotint, published May 1834
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D41299

Breaking in the Reform Colt

by John ('HB') Doyle, printed by Ducôte & Stephens, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 7 January 1835
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D41318

A Nice Distinction or a Hume-iliating Rejoinder to a Warlike Ap-Peel!

by John ('HB') Doyle, printed by Ducôte & Stephens, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 26 March 1835
NPG D41318

D41403

The Cock Pit

by John ('HB') Doyle, printed by Alfred Ducôte, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 16 February 1837
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D41617

The Corn Doctors

by John ('HB') Doyle, published by Thomas McLean, printed by General Lithographic Establishment
lithograph, published 15 May 1841
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D23546

'The Abolition of the Slave Trade' (The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840)

by John Alfred Vinter, after Benjamin Robert Haydon
lithograph, circa 1846-1864 (1841)
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'The Abolition of the Slave Trade' (The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840)

by John Alfred Vinter, after Benjamin Robert Haydon
lithograph, circa 1846-1864 (1841)
NPG D20516

D32033

'The Abolition of the Slave Trade' (The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840)

by John Alfred Vinter, after Benjamin Robert Haydon
lithograph, circa 1846-1864 (1841)
NPG D32033

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