The Bearer of the Dog Whipper’s Rod in Exeter Cathedral
 A Knight of the Bath in St John’s Chapel, The Tower of London at dawn
 A Knight of the Thistle in the Chapel, St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh
 The Earl Marshall, The Garter King of Arms, and the College of Heralds in the Robing Room of the House of Lords, after the State Opening of Parliament
 The Master, a Brother of the Old Poor and a Brother of the New Poor, in the Abbey of St Cross, Winchester
 The Queen’s Swan Marker
 The Archbishop of Canterbury at the Martyrdom in Canterbury Cathedral
 The Mother General and the Sisters of Tyburn
 The Boy Bishop of Wells Cathedral
 The Master of the Tallow Chandlers Company
 The First Sea Lord on the bridge of  HMS. Dauntless,  with  HMS. St. Albans  alongside    I like this picture.  It is a prime example of a photographic portrait that owes nothing to a painted portrait. Although he is small, there is no doubt that he is the focus of attention.
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