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Artist unknown :William Wakefield wearing the habilments of the first society of Europe. Sketched in the court of the King's Bench upon being brought up from Lancaster Castle. [London] 1826.

Reference Number: NON-ATL-0001

A profile view of Colonel William Hayward Wakefield, dressed in a frock-coat and holding a top hat in his right hand, drawn as he appeared at his trial in 1826 for assisting his brother Edward Gibbon Wakefield in the abduction of a young heiress, Miss Ellen Turner.

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1 image, categorised under Portraits, related to Colonel William Hayward Wakefield, London, Trials and Men's clothing.

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Artist unknown :William Wakefield wearing the habilments of the first society of Europe. Sketched in the court of the King's Bench upon being brought up from Lancaster Castle. [London] 1826., Reference Number NON-ATL-0001 (1 digitised items)

Extent: Engraving, size unknown. Single art work

Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Original not owned by the Library and not held at the Library; however the image was published in 1826 and is out of copyright.

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