Cook, Noel, fl 1924-1950 :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. Copied by Noel Cook from the original print published in 1826. London
Reference Number: A-087-014
A profile view of Colonel William Hayward Wakefield, dressed in a frock-coat and holding a top hat in his right hand, 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. Copied from an 1826 engraving as an illustration to Irma O'Connor's book 'Edward Gibbon Wakefield' (London, 1929).
Cook, Noel, fl 1924-1950 :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. Copied by Noel Cook from the original print published in 1826. London, Reference Number A-087-014 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s)Engraving, size unknown. Single art work
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