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Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood

(1767-1841), Conservative politician; MP for Yorkshire, Westbury, Pontefract and Northallerton

Sitter in 5 portraits
Henry Lascelles entered Parliament as a MP for Yorkshire in 1796. He was re-elected in 1802, but did not stand in 1806. In 1807, he again contested the seat in an election that was memorable for the vast amount of money, almost £100,00 that Lascelles spent on this unsuccessful campaign. He returned to Parliament in 1812, this time for Pontefract but subsequently sat for the family borough of Northallerton in 1818. Lascelles was a moderate Tory and opposed Catholic emancipation and parliamentary reform. He succeeded his father to the Earldom in 1820 and took his seat in the House of Lords.

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The Trial of Queen Caroline 1820, by Sir George Hayter - NPG 999

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
NPG 999

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood, by Sir George Hayter - NPG 1695(p)

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood

by Sir George Hayter
pencil and wash, August and October 1820
NPG 1695(p)

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood, by and published by Samuel William Reynolds, after  John Jackson - NPG D35436

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood

by and published by Samuel William Reynolds, after John Jackson
mezzotint, published 1820
NPG D35436

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood, by Thomas Goff Lupton, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D13201

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood

by Thomas Goff Lupton, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 1828
NPG D13201

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood, by Thomas Goff Lupton, published by  Robinson & Co, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D35437

Henry Lascelles, 2nd Earl of Harewood

by Thomas Goff Lupton, published by Robinson & Co, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published January 1840 (1823)
NPG D35437

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