James Worsdale

Portrait of Yale University founder [[Elihu Yale James Worsdale (''c.'' 1692 – 10 June 1767) was an Irish and English portrait painter, actor, literary fraud, and libertine whose lively conversation, wit, and boldness allowed him to move among the highest circles of literary life. His skills as a painter are not widely praised by art historians, but his confidence and assertiveness secured him numerous commissions for portraits. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Worsdale, James
Published 1738
Printed by George Faulkner, for the author, and sold by the booksellers

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by Worsdale, James
Published 1738
Printed for L. Gilliver, at Homer's Head, Fleet street

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by Worsdale, James
Published 1738
printed by S. Powell, for A. Bradley, at the Two Bibles in Dame-Street, Bookseller