Effigies: Generosissimi et Fortisimi Militis: Iohannis Burgh: Equitis Aurati.Sr Iohn Burgh Knight, descended from ye house of ye Lord Burgh & heyre male to ye Barony. Capt: of an English foote Company in ye United Provinces. Gouernr: of Frankendale. Collonell of a regiment of foote, in ye expedition wth Covnt Mansfeild. Coll: Generall in the Ile of Rees, where he was slayne wth a Musket bullet. September ye 11th 1627.
William Peake Excudit. [n.d. c.1628.]
Engraving, collector's stamp on verso. 190 x 120mm. 7½ x 4¾".
Sir John Burgh (1587-1627) was a British military commander in the Netherlands and France; killed in the Isle de Ré. Used as frontispiece to Robert Mrakham, 'Description ... of Sir John Burgh', 1628.
Ex Collection: R. Hobson of Hove. Lugt: 902. Edward Rose Tunno, Warnford Parl Hampshire.
[Ref: 25219] £120.00