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Henry Fawcett was a Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party, born in 1833 near Salisbury. He was struck blind in a hunting accident in 1858, and in 1864 was elected Member of Parliament for Brighton, after a couple of unsuccessful attempts in other locations.
Here he has receding hair and spectacles, and sports a very Victorian cravat.
The portrait is described as “copied, by permission, from a Photograph by the London Stereoscopic Company.”