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Colourised image of Asgill from a mezzotint of lost original by Thomas Phillips
Colourised image of Asgill from a mezzotint of lost original by Thomas Phillips
Asgill's handwriting in 1778: "An Honest Man is the noblest work of God."
Asgill's handwriting in 1778: "An Honest Man is the noblest work of God."
Coat of arms of Sir Charles Asgill, 2nd Baronet. The motto translates as "regardless of his own interest".
Coat of arms of Sir Charles Asgill, 2nd Baronet. The motto translates as "regardless of his own interest".
Portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence of Field-Marshal the Duke of York, who appointed Asgill as an equerry.
Portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence of Field-Marshal the Duke of York, who appointed Asgill as an equerry.
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Colourised image of Charles Asgill, from a mezzotint of lost c. 1820 original by Thomas Phillips
Colourised image of Charles Asgill, from a mezzotint of lost c. 1820 original by Thomas Phillips
Joshua Huddy being led from prison to be hanged, early 20th century depiction
Joshua Huddy being led from prison to be hanged, early 20th century depiction
2022 depiction of the drawing of lots at the Black Bear Tavern, 27 May 1782
2022 depiction of the drawing of lots at the Black Bear Tavern, 27 May 1782
Captain Charles Asgill's letter to the Editor of the Newhaven Gazette, dated 20 December 1786
Captain Charles Asgill's letter to the Editor of the Newhaven Gazette, dated 20 December 1786