View of Pembroke College, below a scene showing James I granting the charter to Lord Pembroke, watched by Thomas Tesdal and Richard Wightwick, the founders, with John Bennett, 1st Lord Ossulstone and John Hall to left, the latter holding a drawing of the Master's Lodgings, which he had built in 1695 and to right, Francis Rous, George Townsend, Juliana Stafford and Dame Holford; in pictures on the wall behind are, to left, Charles I giving the college patronage of St Aldate's church and founding a fellowship for natives of Jersey and Guernsey and to right, Queen Ann granting Chancellor Harcourt a charter for endowing the Master with a Prebend of Gloucester. 1743 Etching and engraving
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