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George Grenville

(1712-1770), Prime Minister

Sitter in 5 portraits
Statesman; author of the Stamp Act 1765, a tax on transactions and on newspapers in the American colonies. Its introduction gave rise to Burke's maxim, 'No taxation without representation'.

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George Grenville, by and published by Richard Houston, after  William Hoare - NPG D20047

George Grenville

by and published by Richard Houston, after William Hoare
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D20047

George Grenville, by François-Germain Aliamet, after  William Hoare - NPG D1352

George Grenville

by François-Germain Aliamet, after William Hoare
line engraving, published 1757
NPG D1352

George Grenville, by François-Germain Aliamet, after  William Hoare - NPG D2809

George Grenville

by François-Germain Aliamet, after William Hoare
line engraving, published 1757
NPG D2809

George Grenville, by Thomas Anthony Dean, printed by  McQueen (Macqueen), after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D34927

George Grenville

by Thomas Anthony Dean, printed by McQueen (Macqueen), after Sir Joshua Reynolds
stipple engraving, (1764)
NPG D34927

George Grenville, by G. Walker, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D1330

George Grenville

by G. Walker, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
line engraving, published 1802 (1764)
NPG D1330

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