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Edward Stables

, Clerk of the House of Commons

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House of Commons, 1730, by Anthony Fogg, published by  Edward Harding, after  William Hogarth, and after  Sir James Thornhill - NPG D39372

House of Commons, 1730

by Anthony Fogg, published by Edward Harding, after William Hogarth, and after Sir James Thornhill
stipple engraving, published 1 November 1803
NPG D39372

House of Commons, 1730, by Anthony Fogg, published by  Edward Harding, after  William Hogarth, and after  Sir James Thornhill - NPG D14174

House of Commons, 1730

by Anthony Fogg, published by Edward Harding, after William Hogarth, and after Sir James Thornhill
stipple engraving, published 1 November 1803
NPG D14174

House of Commons, 1730, after William Hogarth, and after  Sir James Thornhill - NPG D39373

House of Commons, 1730

after William Hogarth, and after Sir James Thornhill
photographic print, early 20th century (1730)
NPG D39373

House of Commons, 1730, after William Hogarth, and after  Sir James Thornhill - NPG D40331

House of Commons, 1730

after William Hogarth, and after Sir James Thornhill
photographic print, early 20th century (1730)
NPG D40331

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