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A View of the Thames East-Indiaman. As she lay stranded near East Bourne in Feb. 1822.
A View of the Thames East-Indiaman. As she lay stranded near East Bourne in Feb. 1822.
Chas. Ade delint. 11th Feb, 1822 Engraved by Robt. Havell & Son.
Published by Charles Ade, Wilmington, Sussesx, March 1822.
Aquatint. 365 x 275mm. Trimmed to plate mark on three sides.
Contempory broadside accompaning image as follows: William Haviside, Esq. Commander.- This fine ship was our-ward bound from London for China, and was driven on shore by a heavy gale, near Eastbourne, Sussex on Sunday morning, the 3rd February, 1822. her Extensive Cargo was taken out without loss [excepting damage by water] under the direction and management of Mr. J. B.Stone, of New haven, Agent to Lloyd's. She lay in this situation from the 3d of February to the 22d, when she was got off, to the great gratification of many thousands of Spectaiors, she was then conducted away for Deptford, by two Steam Vessels, which were in attendance for that purpose. She arrived safe at Deptford, on the 24th of February, with a prospect of being speedily repaired to proceed on her original destination
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