The Honourable Robert Price Esqr. One of the Barons of his Majesties Court of Exchequer 1714.
Sold by Geo: Vertue in Belton Street Drury Lane London.
Copper engraving. 381 x 267mm. 15 x 10½". Cut and laid on album sheet.
Robert Price (1653-1733) was a British judge and a politician. In 1682 he was appointed Attorney General for South Wales, before taking later positions as steward to Catherine of Braganza; town clerk of Gloucester and King's Counsel for Ludlow in 1686. He later went onto serve as MP for Weobley before being elevated to the House of Lords as a Baron of the Exchequer following the succession of Queen Anne. In 1726 he became a justice of the Court of Common Pleas.
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