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by William Raddonline engraving, published 1822NPG D39149
by William Raddon, after George Clintline engraving, published 1824NPG D40549
by William Raddon, after Samuel Cooperline engraving, circa 1827 (1660s)NPG D19893
by William Raddon, after Samuel Laneengraving, published 1831 (1820-1822)NPG D1381
by William Raddon, after Samuel Laneline engraving, published 1831NPG D6933
by and published by William Raddon, published by Charles Edward Wagstaff, after John James Masquerierline engraving, published 1 June 1839NPG D41996
Hugh Fortescue, 2nd Earl Fortescue
by and published by William Raddon, after Moses Haughton the Youngerline engraving, published 10 October 1818NPG D15214
by William Raddon, published by John Major, after Samuel Cooperline engraving, published 15 May 1827 (1660s)NPG D42848
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