Richard Onslow (1654–1717), 1st Baron Onslow, Speaker from 1708–1710 and Chancellor of the Exchequer. In 1715 he was granted the place of Teller of the Exchequer for life as a reward for services to the Crown. His head and shoulders are shown and he wears a long grey wig, cravat with long lace ends and a gold-braided black gown.
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