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henry goulburn portrait engraving holl pickersgill

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The Right Honble Henry Goulburn, MP


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Original antique print


In August 1812 Goulburn became under-secretary for the colonies under Bathurst and remained in that post until December 1821. During his term as under-secretary the Colonial Office was firmly established within the framework of the British administration. Goulburn in New South Wales was named by surveyor James Meehan after Henry Goulburn, and the name was ratified by Governor Lachlan Macquarie. Holl was an English engraver and the son of prominent engraver William Holl the Elder (c1771-1838), to whom he was apprenticed. Light crease lower right corner of sheet, outside the image area.

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artist Francis Holl (1815-1884) after Pickersgill RA
method Steel-engraving
date C1850
size 315mm by 245mm (sheet)
SKU AU7949