by and published by John Smith, after Thomas Murray
12 1/2 in. x 9 1/4 in. (318 mm x 236 mm) plate size; 13 in. x 9 5/8 in. (330 mm x 245 mm) paper size
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- Thomas Murray (1663-1735), Portrait painter. Sitter associated with 7 portraits, Artist associated with 85 portraits.
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Current affairsHMS Sovereign of the Seas is accidentally destroyed by fire at Chatham.
Window Duty, based upon the number of windows in a house, is levied by Parliament to support William III's war with France.
The Great Recoinage attempts to replace coins in circulation made up of hammered silver.
Art and scienceRecently ordained, Jonathan Swift writes his first book, A Tale of a Tub, which includes an allegory of three brothers representing the principal divisions of Western Christianity.
Architect and playwright, John Vanbrugh's hugely successful comedy, The Relapse, is staged at the Drury Lane Theatre.
InternationalAfter several years of secret negotiations forged by William III with Louis XIV, king of France, to end the Nine Years' War, envoys from both sides unofficially begin serious talks.
Economic depression in Holland leads to riots in Amsterdam.