2. British Science Museum exhibit showing James Watt, a laughing gas machine and Dr. Thomas Beddoes engaged in direct observation.
3. This is a picture of Anna Beddoes (1773-1824), the mother of Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Thanks to John Beddoes for permission to use this image.
4. This is an 1842 pencil drawing of William Minton Beddoes (1817-1870). As well as being related to Thomas Lovell Beddoes (cousin), William followed his older relative to Germany where he also studied medicine and they became friends. In his final note TLB bequeathed William a dozen bottles of Champagne to drink his health/death in. The drawing is 18.2 x 22 cm. and is also in the Berg Collection. The image is used by permission of the New York Public Library.
5. The Edgeworth family, from The Black Book of Edgeworthstown.
6. Richard Lovell Edgeworth, the grandfather of Thomas Lovell Beddoes, from The Black Book of Edgeworthstown.
7. Another portrait of Richard Lovell Edgeworth.