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A colour portrait of Mr. James Plaisted Wilde, the fourth son of Edward Archer Wilde, Esq., born in 1816. He became Judge of the Court of Probate and Judge Ordinary of the Divorce Court in 1863; he was made Baron Penzance of Penzance, in Cornwall, in 1869. In the nineteenth century, Penzance was associated with the Public Worship Regulation Act, which he had the duty to enforce.
The portrait is described as “copied, by permission, from a Photograph by Messrs. Elliott and Fry.”