Kant is wearing a blue jacket; starting from him, we go clockwise around the table:
on Kant’s left hand, the merchant Robert Motherby (1736–1801);
the philosopher Johann Georg Hamann (1730-1788);
standing behind Hamann is the professor of philosophy and cameral science, Christian Jakob Kraus (1753-1807);
sitting again: the lawyer and writer Johann Georg Scheffner (1736-1820);
at the end of the table, the chemist and pharmaceutist Karl Gottfried Hagen (1749-1829).
Next, the churchman and first biographer of Kant’s, Ludwig Ernst Borowski (1740-1831);
the writer and mayor of Königsberg, Theodor Gottlieb von Hippel der Ältere (1741–1796),
and finally, sitting at Kant’s right hand, the merchant Johann Conrad Jacobi (1717–1774).