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[Triumphal Arch erected for William III in the Hague]
[Triumphal Arch erected for William III in the Hague] Eere Poort op de groote markt, opgerecht voor Z.K.M. van Groot Britanje. 1691. [parallel text in Dutch]
Hugo Allard f [in image lower right]
Apud Carolum Allard cum Priv. ordinum Hollandiae et Westvrisiae.
Etching, 17th century watermark; sheet 250 x 295mm (9¾ x 11½"). Tipped into album sheet; central fold. Trimmed to border.
Triumphal arch erected in the marketplace in the Hague on the occasion of William III's visit in 1691 (the first time he had returned to the Netherlands since being crowned king of England, Scotland and Ireland in 1688). The arch was one of a number which channelled the procession towards the town hall. Plate from a Dutch publication comprising twenty plates depicting key episodes from the Glorious Revolution.
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[Battle of the Boyne.] Overwinning van K.o Willem de III door het volkomen Slaan van Jacobus de II in Ierland de 11 July 1690.
[Battle of the Boyne.] Overwinning van K.o Willem de III door het volkomen Slaan van Jacobus de II in Ierland de 11 July 1690.
Hugo Allard fecit.
Carolus Allard excudit. [n.d., c.1690.]
Engraving. 17th century watermark; 245 x 300mm (6½ x 12"). Trimmed and tipped into album sheet.
A battle scene showing the Battle of the Boyne between James II and William III in Ireland on 11th July 1690.
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[The arrival of William of Orange in London, 28 January 1689]
[The arrival of William of Orange in London, 28 January 1689] Intreede van Zyn Koninglyke Hoogheid, Willem de Derde, binnen Londen, den 28 January, 1689
Hugo Allard f.
Etching, sheet 255 x 295mm (10 x 11½"). Trimmed. Tipped into album sheet.
Good view of London showing William of Orange (soon to become William III) arriving in London in January 1689, having landed on the south coast of England in November 1688. James II had already left England for France by this time, leaving the way clear for William's wife Mary to join him in February. They were crowned king and queen at Westminster Abbey in April 1689.
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[James II Escaping.] De geweesene Koning Jacobus vlucht, na zyn nederlaag by de Revier Boyne te Waterford uyt Ierland. Ao. 1690.
[James II Escaping.] De geweesene Koning Jacobus vlucht, na zyn nederlaag by de Revier Boyne te Waterford uyt Ierland. Ao. 1690.
Hugo Allard fecit.
Carolus Allard Excudit Cum Privilegio Ord: Holl: et Westsrisse. [n.d., c. 1690.]
Engraving. Sheet: 245 x 295mm (9½ x 11½"). Trimmed to image at top and tipped into album sheet.
A scene showing James II fleeing Ireland after his defeat at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. A crowd hurriedly clamber onto a ship waiting, a crowd push a boat containing Father Petre out into the sea.
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