Painted by John Smybert, 1739. Presented by Isaac Lathorp, Esq. Berkeley is here represented in his clerical habit as Dean of Derry. The lady with a child is his wife; the other is, probably, Miss Handcock, who accompanied her to America. The gentleman writing is Sir James Dalton; and the one behind the ladies, Mr. James; both of whom came over with the Dean. The other two gentlemen are the artist himself and his friend Mr. John Moffat. The outline of this picture is said to have been sketched on the passage from Europe. [P. 19.]
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