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by Joseph Saunders, after Mary Benwell (Mrs Code)mezzotint, published 1772NPG D866
Alexander Jonston as Gibby in 'The Wonder'
by and published by Joseph Saunders, after Benjamin Vanderguchtmezzotint, published 14 December 1773NPG D3159
by and published by Joseph Saunders, after Benjamin Vanderguchtmezzotint, published 14 December 1773NPG D3160
Frederick, Duke of York and Albany
by Joseph Saunders, published by Walter Shropshire, after Richard Bromptonmezzotint, published 1774NPG D33216
by Joseph Saunders, published by Walter Shropshire, after Richard Bromptonmezzotint, published 1774NPG D33214
by Joseph Saunders, published by Walter Shropshire, after Richard Bromptonmezzotint, published 1774NPG D33215
Ann Elliot as Minerva
by Joseph Saunders, published by Henry Bryer, after Richard Coswaymezzotint, published 24 February 1774NPG D36159
by Joseph Saunders, published by Henry Bryer, after Benjamin Vanderguchtmezzotint, published 16 May 1774NPG D36740
Sir William Ponsonby
by Henry Bone, possibly after Joseph Saunderspen and ink, June 1807NPG D17594
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15 May 2017, 23:13
He has an entry in the Polish Dictionary of National Biography (PSB), vol. 35.
Evidently he settled in Poland having married Zofia Reichel. They had several children.
He died in Krzemieniec, Wolynia in 1845.
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