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Elizabeth Lamb (née Milbanke), Viscountess Melbourne (baptised 1751-1818), Political hostess and agricultural improver

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D15783

'Maternal Love' (Elizabeth Lamb (née Milbanke), Viscountess Melbourne with Peniston Lamb as a child)

by James Scott, published by Henry Graves, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1865 (1770-1771)
NPG D15783

D7645

Elizabeth Lamb (née Milbanke), Viscountess Melbourne

by Braun, Clement & Co, after John Hoppner
heliogravure, late 19th-early 20th century
NPG D7645

D38358

Elizabeth Lamb (née Milbanke), Viscountess Melbourne with Peniston Lamb as a child

by Samuel William Reynolds, or by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (1770-1771)
NPG D38358

D38360

Elizabeth Lamb (née Milbanke), Viscountess Melbourne

by and sold by John Finlayson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 16 August 1771 (1770-1771)
NPG D38360

D38359

Elizabeth Lamb (née Milbanke), Viscountess Melbourne with Peniston Lamb as a child

by and published by Thomas Watson, published by Walter Shropshire, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 10 February 1775 (1770-1771)
NPG D38359

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