an eminent engraver of the seventeenth century, was a native of Scotland,
and excelled principally in heads. He engraved a print of himself in a fur
cap, and another in a wig. Among his works are heads of Pythagoras, Dr.
Mayern, John Ray, Dr. Morton, Archbishop Sancroft, George Parker, Charles
Snell, writing-master, Admiral Russell, and Judge Pollexfen. His best work
was a plate of Ben Jonson. He died about 1698.