Bishop Thomas Newton

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Date:1775

Description:The Rev. Thomas Newton (1704-1782) was born in Lichfield. He served as Bishop of Bristol 1761-1782.

Engraving by Thomas Watson after a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Published for Thomas Watson, London, 1775.


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Donor ref:SCBPC-2009-152 (129/23772)

Source: Staffordshire County Buildings Picture Collection

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