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John Cust, 1st Earl Brownlow
by George B. Blacklithograph, mid 19th centuryNPG D32238
by George B. Black, printed by Joseph Netherclift, after W.R. Walterlithograph, mid 19th centuryNPG D42088
Rowland Hill, 2nd Viscount Hill
by George B. Black, published by Thomas Collins, after Smythlithograph, published circa 1840sNPG D35829
by George B. Black, published by Thomas Collins, after Jean Baptiste Sabatier (Sabatier-Blot)lithograph, 1840sNPG D46023
by George B. Black, printed by Day & Haghe, after William Hogarthlithograph, 1844NPG D39473
Charlotte Cushman as Mrs Haller in 'The Stranger'
by George B. Black, published by Messrs Fores, after William Henry Watkinslithograph, published 25 July 1845NPG D34484
Sir Edward Hyde East, 1st Bt
by George B. Black, after George ChinnerylithographNPG D9322
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
by George B. Black, printed by Day & Son, published by and after James Palmerlithograph, late 19th centuryNPG D37603
Philip James Bailey
by George B. Black, printed by R. Mansfield & Co, after I.D. Broadheadlithograph, late 19th centuryNPG D7464
by George B. Blacklithograph, 1848NPG D37623
Sir Isaac Newton
by George B. Black, printed by Day & Son, published by Richard Andrew Grove, after William Gandylithograph, published 1848 (1706)NPG D38745
by George B. Black, printed by Day & Son, after Thomas Hudsonlithograph, 1850sNPG D39472
by George B. Black, published by Ackermann & Co, after John Jabez Edwin Mayalllithograph, published 1854NPG D36381
James Amiraux Jeremie
by George B. Blacklithograph, 1856NPG D36687
Edward St Vincent Digby, 9th Baron Digby
by George B. Blacklithograph, 1860NPG D35184
by George B. Black, after Ashlithograph, 1860NPG D36143
by George B. Black, published by J. Wall & Colithograph, 1861NPG D37179
George John Warren Vernon, 5th Baron Vernon
by George B. Blacklithograph, 1861NPG D7775
Sir John Hawkshaw
by George B. Blacklithograph, 1862NPG D35621
John Townshend, 4th Marquess Townshend
by George B. Blacklithograph, 1863NPG D40072
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