A Portrait of the King, admirably lithographed by LANE from
a • drawing by MORTON, is the best likeness, both in feature and expres- sion, of any we have seen of Wit.mam the Fourth. Mr. MORTON has painted the Kirg so often, that he should know his Sovereign's face better than any one else. He is no flatterer, but bas portrayed an honest face honestly. The countenance is indicative of firmness, straightforwardness, and good-nature ; which are all characteristic of our patriotic Monarch. The eyes are, however, too dark; the King's are very light.