The Right Honourable Lord Frederick Campbell,
In 1765 Appointed a Privy Counsellor and Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland, which he resigned in 1767, and was appointed Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; In 1768 Lord Clerk Register of Scotland; In 1787 Vice Treasurer of Ireland, In 1800 A Commissioner of the Public Records of Great Britain. he [sic] was also a Commissioner for the Affairs of India, & of Trade & Plantations: and a Trustee of the British Museum. Died June 8th, 1816, Aged 87 /
H. Edridge Esqr. pinxt. 1812. ; James Stow Sculpt.
|Main Creator:||Stow, James, ca. 1770-op. 1820 engraver.|
Lord Frederick Campbell, (1729-1816), son of John, fourth duke of Argyll, M.P.; three-quarter-length, seated in chair, to left, almost full face, holding a stick in his right hand, curtain behind him.
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London : G.P. Harding, 38 Strand, January 1st, 1817.
Physical description: 1 print : engraving ; image 25.8 x 21 cm., plate mark (cropped at the sides) 41.1 x 33 cm., sheet 44.9 x 33.2 cm..
Attributed to James Stowe, (ca. 1770-op. 1820), after an original painting by Henry Edridge, (1769-1821).
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