Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
But other than that, very little is known about him. He does portraits and miniatures, but it's unknown whether he specializes in either of those areas.
There was a 'Salisburye' who was a 'platter' on St. John's St. and at one time quartermaster to a troop of Mountagu's regiment in the 1650s, according to an L&M note (2) for 25 January 1661 (p. 23, Vol. 2).
-- L&M, Companion volume, Volume 2 (1661)
Note: spelling "Mr. Salisbury
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