Reverend William Freind (1714-66) as a scholar aged 13, in a carved wooden frame; he is standing in a library wearing a scholar's gown. Freind had four children, the youngest of whom John, succeeded to the estates of his maternal uncle, Richard Robinson, Bishop of Armagh, Baron Rokeby, to become Sir John Robinson.
Three-quarters length portrait on a much reduced scale. Hobart is seated in a red chair, wearing black, with his hands clasped in his lap; he faces slightly towards the left; to the right is a low table with a number of bundles of papers tied up with red cord or ribbon.
Half length, turned to the left, with his hands rested on a table; a piece of paper lies under his left hand; to the left is a pile of books the top one having traced of gilding on the binding; Nowell wears ecclesiastical dress and a wide brimmed hat; a fishing rod sits above him. The painting bears a coat of arms and extensive inscriptions begining 'Alexander Nowellus Sacra Theol...'
Half length, wearing a black coat and skull cap Inscribed l.r.: Marcus Gheeraerts pinxit, and inscribed u.l. with the identity of the sitter and his coat of arms. Extensively inscribed in Latin on a tablet beneath.
Three-quarters length portrait of Williams, who stands turned to the right wearing black robes with a white ruff, black hat and moustache; his right hand rests horizontally across his stomach while his left hand drops to its natural position. On the right of the picture is Williams' coat of arms, inscribed with the identity of the sitter and the date of 1621. Possibly a variant of a portrait of 1627 by Jackson at St John's College, Cambridge.