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by James Ramsayoil on canvas, 1823NPG 319
by and published by Charles Turner, published by and after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 25 October 1806NPG D34801
Francis Rawdon-Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings
by Charles Turner, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 1811NPG D35569
Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald
by Henry Meyer, after James Ramsaymezzotint, (1811)NPG D36026
William Alexander Madocks
by Charles Turner, published by and after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 20 June 1812 (1808)NPG D38141
by Charles Turner, published by and after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 20 June 1812 (1808)NPG D38142
by Charles Turner, published by M. Walker, and published by James Daniell, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 24 June 1814NPG D8631
by William Say, published by James Anthony Molteno, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 5 April 1815NPG D39771
by Charles Turner, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 1815NPG D4633
Sir John Doyle, Bt
by William Say, published by John Peter Thompson, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 1 November 1817NPG D35382
by John Burnet, after James Ramsayline engraving, published 1817NPG D1064
by William Say, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 1817NPG D11312
by Henry Meyer, published by Colnaghi & Co, and published by Anthony Molteno, after James Ramsaystipple engraving, published 1 May 1818NPG D40476
Thomas Potter Macqueen
by Charles Turner, after James Ramsaymezzotint, mid 19th centuryNPG D38123
by and after James Ramsayetching, published 30 October 1820NPG D39398
Sir John Edward Swinburne, 6th Bt
by Charles Turner, published by Messrs Colnaghi & Sons, and published by James Anthony Molteno, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 3 April 1821NPG D40791
by Charles Turner, after James Ramsaymezzotint, published 1821NPG D4341
by Charles Fox, printed by Tomkins, published by Colnaghi & Co, published by Anthony Molteno, after James Ramsayline engraving, published 5 June 1823NPG D37351
by William Skelton, after James Ramsayline engraving, published after 1823NPG D7469
by William Skelton, after James Ramsayline engraving, published after 1823NPG D7470
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