p. 51 The New Regime: Shelburne and the Company
Reynolds, Joshua, (c. 1775), William Petty, Lord Shelburne, 1st Marquess of Lansdowne, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana, Havana, PD/PD-US. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Joshua_Reynolds_-_William_Petty.jpg
Shelburne hires Adam Smith by Matthew Ehret, Quebec, Original Drawing.
Malton the Younger, Thomas, (undated), East India House, Yale Center for British Art, Yale University, New Haven, PD/PD-US. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_India_House#/media/File:East_India_House_by_Thomas_Malton_the_Younger.jpg
Singleton, Henry, (c. 1800), The Last Effort and Fall of Tipoo Sultaun, private collection, PD/PD-US. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tipu_Sultan#/media/File:Tipu_death.jpg
Duncan, Edward, (1843), Nemesis Destroying the Chinese War Junks in Anson’s Bay, on 7 January 1841, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, PD/PD-US. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_India_Company#/media/File:Destroying_Chinese_war_junks,_by_E._Duncan_(1843).jpg
The Old Parliament House, Dublin, Ireland, Photo courtesy of the author.
Bust of Franklin, The Old Parliament House, Dublin, Ireland. Photo courtesy of the author.
Carey, John, (1782), The Lisburn and Lambeg Volunteers Firing a ‘Feu de Joie’ in Honour of the Dungannon Convention, 1782, Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum, Northern Ireland, PD/PD-US. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Volunteers_(18th_century)#/media/File:The_Lisburn_and_Lambeg_Volunteers_Firing_a_’Feu_de_Joie’_in_Honour_of_the_Dungannon_Convention,_1782.jpg
Hincks, William, (1783), “…Beetling, Scutching and Hackling the Flax…” (Plate 4) from “12 Engraved Plates depicting the Various Stages in the Production of Linen in Ireland.” Reproduced from the original held by the Department of Special Collections of the Hesburgh Libraries of the University of Notre Dame.
Carey, Mathew, Traitor’s Calendar from Volunteer’s Journal, courtesy of The Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.
Mr. Matthew (sic) Carey, Printer from Whitestone’s Town and Country Magazine, or Irish Miscellany (Dublin, June 1784), by Permission of the Governors and Guardians of Marsh’s Library © Marsh’s Library.