Regency Portraits Catalogue
Henry William Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey (1768-1854), Field Marshal and Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland
’J'ai toujours supposé que Lord Paget était le plus beau garçon d'Angleterre …' (General Junot at 1808).
'Lord Anglesey who lost a leg at Waterloo, a tall well-made man; wild, martial face, high forehead, with a large hawk's nose which makes a deep angle where it joins the forehead. A great deal of ease in his manner' (Baron Stockmar's Diary, 1816).
Referencesback to topAnglesey 1961
Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 96 and copiously illustrated throughout.
Cavalry Journal, XIII, October 1923.
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