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Sir Jeffery Amherst Knight of the most honorable Order of Bath, ... J. Reynolds pinxt. ; J. Watson fecit

Sir Jeffery Amherst Knight of the most honorable Order of Bath, ... J. Reynolds pinxt. ; J. Watson fecit

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Sir Jeffery Amherst, three-quarter length, standing, facing left, wearing armor, helmet on table with map "Plan of the Island of Montreal & its Environs"; boatloads of troops on a river in the background.
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Caption continues: Governor of Virginia, Colonel of His Majesty's 15th & 60th Regiments of Foot, Lieutenant General, & Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in North America from 1758 to 1761.
Printed at bottom: Sold by Ryland and Bryer at th Kings Arms, in Cornhill.
From a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Smith, 1488





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