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Elizabeth Whitlock (née Kemble)
by Philipp Audinet, published by John Bell, after Samuel De Wildehand-coloured etching, published 6 October 1792NPG D41913
Sir Walter Ralegh (Raleigh)
by Philipp Audinet, after George Vertueline engraving, 1794 (1735)NPG D25419
by Philipp Audinet, after Wilhelm von Bemmelline engraving, published 1795NPG D27269
Paul de Rapin
by Philipp Audinet, published by Harrison & Co, probably after Jan Henrik Brandonline engraving, published 1 January 1795NPG D39213
John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough
by Philipp Audinet, published by Harrison & Co, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Btline engraving, published 1 May 1795NPG D16639
Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch
by Philipp Audinet, after Henri-Pierre Danlouxline engraving, (1798)NPG D32260
by Philipp Audinet, after Henri-Pierre Danlouxline engraving, (1798)NPG D14811
Lord Adam Gordon
by Philipp Audinet, published by and after Henri-Pierre Danlouxline engraving, published 10 May 1799NPG D34604
Louis Antoine de Bourbon, duc d'Angoulême
by Philipp Audinet, published by and after Henri-Pierre Danlouxline engraving, published 21 January 1799NPG D20429
Sir William Domville, 1st Bt
by Philipp Audinet, after William Owenline engraving, 1814 or afterNPG D35345
by Philipp Audinet, after Sir Peter Lelyline engraving, published 1815NPG D30164
by Philipp Audinet, after Charles Hayterline engraving, 1815NPG D38304
by Philipp Audinet, after Linnellline engraving, published 1815NPG D2218
Sir Richard Browne, Bt
by Philipp Audinet, after Robert Nanteuilline engraving, published 1818NPG D32227
by Robert Nanteuil, after Philipp Audinetline engraving, published 1818 (1650)NPG D13882
Sir William Henry Fremantle
by Philipp Audinet, probably after William Yellowleesline engraving, circa 1820sNPG D38431
Sir Benjamin Hobhouse, 1st Bt
by and published by Philipp Audinet, after Thomas Phillipsline engraving, published 29 May 1825NPG D35890
by Philipp Audinet, published by John Bell, after Samuel De Wildeline engraving, published 23 February 1793NPG D15501
by Philipp Audinet, published by George Cawthorn, after James Robertsline engraving, published 18 June 1798NPG D15618
Jean Baptiste Cléry
by Philipp Audinetline engraving, published 2 July 1798NPG D15648
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