Captain Peter Parker (John Hoppner, ca. 1808-1810) - Sir Peter Parker, 2nd Baronet (1785 – 1814) was an English naval officer, the son of Vice-Admiral Christopher Parker. In 1810, he was given command of the frigate Menelaus, which he commissioned. In 1814, Menelaus was sent to Bermuda. Leading his marines, he was hit in the thigh (as his grandfather had been at the Battle of Sullivan's Island), but unlike his grandfather, Parker died on the field of a severed femoral artery.
Captain wearing uniform of 1795-1812. - National Maritime Museum
Captain wearing uniform of 1795-1812. One of four painted in Malta. Shows junior captain's undress coat, epaulette, cocked hat, blue pantaloons, hessian boots, dirk, sword-belt, black stock and white shirt
Portrait of Midshipman John Windham Dalling, RN (c 1800) by George Henry Harlow. Midshipman (later Captain) John Windham Dalling (1 August 1789 – 10 October 1853) of the Royal Navy, one of the younger sons of General Sir John Dalling, 1st Baronet (c. 1731 – 16 January 1798). This portrait commemorated his presence on H.M.S. Defence at the Battle of Trafalgar.
Louis Ferdinand de France, dauphin de France (né le 4 septembre 1729 au château de Versailles – mort le 20 décembre 1765 au château de Fontainebleau) est l'aîné des fils du roi Louis XV de France et de Navarre, et de son épouse Marie Leszczyńska Mort avant son père, il ne ceignit pas la couronne, mais est le père de trois rois de France : Louis XVI, Louis XVIII et Charles X. - par Alexandre Roslin (1765). Versailles, Musée national du Château et des Trianons.