13 MARCH 1841, Page 20

While speaking of new portrait-engravings, we may mention a miniature

whole-length of Sir ROBERT PEEL, by Mr. J. D. FRANCIS, which is about to be engraved for Messrs. WELCH and GWYNNE, of St. James's Street. The likeness of the Conservative leader is very sac- cesfid, not less in the figure and air than in the features and expression. He is represented standing in his habitual attitude when addressing the House of Commons, and presents a full front face to the spectator. The ftnish of the water-colour painting is most elaborate.