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Captain William Bentinck (1764-1813)
A half-length portrait to left in captain's full-dress uniform, 1787-1795. The son of Captain John Bentinck, the inventor, he was promoted captain of the 'Assistance', '50 guns, as early as 1783. He later commanded a frigate at the Battle of the Glorious First of June, 1794, and gained promotion to flag rank. Bentinck sat to Romney in October and November 1787 and June 1788.
- Image reference: BHC2551
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London