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Plan of the Bombardment of St Jean d'Acre on the 2nd November 1840
Plan of the Bombardment of St Jean d'Acre on the 2nd November 1840 with the positions of the different Vessels Composing the allied fleet.
Cap.t Austen R.N. Fecit. Savage Sc.
Engraved for the Montreal Herald 19th January 1841.
Scarce engraved map. 200 x 245mm (8 x 9¾"). Nick in margin.
Scarce plan of the bombardment of Acre by the allied British, Austrian and French squadrons during the Oriental Crisis of 1840. It was published by the Montreal Herald, a Canadian newspaper that ran from 1811-1957.
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Plan of the Action of the 21st of March Fought near Alexandria,
Plan of the Action of the 21st of March Fought near Alexandria, by the French under General Menou And the English Under Sir Ralph Abercrombie.
[after J. Bathurst.]
[London: William Faden, 1801.]
Engraved map. 440 x 280mm, 17¼ x 11". Binding fold, mount burn around image.
A detailed plan of the British victory at the Battle of Alexandria which allowed them to advance towards the city and lay siege to it. The French garrison surrendered on 2nd September 1801, ending Napoleon's ambitions outside Europe.
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Plan of the City and Castle of Alicant,
Plan of the City and Castle of Alicant, besieged by the Chevalier d'Asfeldt Nov. 30th 1708 and surrendered by capitulation Apr. 19th 1709.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 390 x 480mm (15¼ x 19"). Very fine impression with original binding folds.
The city of Alicante under siege by the French Marshal Claude François Bidal d'Asfeld during the War of the Spanish Succession. The British general John Richards refused to surrender, and the French put a massive mine under the city walls, which exploded killing Richards and 50 others on the 3rd March. The British and Huguenot garrison held out for another six weeks before Admiral Sir George Byng arrived and evacuated the survivors. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan of the City and Citadel of Antwerp.
Plan of the City and Citadel of Antwerp. Antwerp A strong, large, and Beautiful City on ye River Scheld, in the Dutchy of Brabant, subject to ye Queen of Hungary.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 385 x 480mm (15¼ x 18¾"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed at top, as issued.
A plan of Antwerp after the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14), when it was transferred from Spanish control to the Austrian Habsburgs. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Sketch of the Disposition of the Allies under the Command of Lieu.t Gen.l Hill, to surprise the Enemy in Arroyo Molinos on the morning of 20th Oct.r 1811.
Sketch of the Disposition of the Allies under the Command of Lieu.t Gen.l Hill, to surprise the Enemy in Arroyo Molinos on the morning of 20th Oct.r 1811.
[Published by W. Faden, Geographer to the King, Charing Cross January 1st. 1812.]
Engraved map with partial hand colour, rare. Sheet 290 x 200mm (11½ x 8"). Trimmed to image.
A plan of the terrain through which an allied force under General Rowland Hill launched a surprise attack on a French army under General Jean-Baptiste Girard. The French were crushed, with over 1,000 dead or wounded & 1,400 captured out of a force of 6,000, compared with only 80 Allied casualties. The loss of a whole French infantry division and a brigade of cavalry led Napoleon to sack Girard. Hill was made a Knight of the Bath.
From a scrapbook compiled by Rev. Willaim Bradford (1780-1857), Chaplain and war artist during the Peninsula Wars.
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[Battle of Blenheim.] Plan of the Glorious Battle of Hochstet gained by the Allies on August 13th 1704.
[Battle of Blenheim.] Plan of the Glorious Battle of Hochstet gained by the Allies on August 13th 1704.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 485 x 380mm (19 x 15"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed on right, as issued, some erasable ink offset.
The famous Battle of Blenheim (known on the Continent as the Second Battle of Höchstädt), during the war of the Spanish Succession, when the Allied army under Marlborough and Eugene of Savoy crushed a French-Bavarian army regarded as invincible. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), one-time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan of the Battle of Malplaquet gained by the Allies Sep. 11. 1709.
Plan of the Battle of Malplaquet gained by the Allies Sep. 11. 1709.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 390 x 480mm (15¼ x 19"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed into plate top and bottom, as issued.
Plan of Malplaquet, the bloodiest battle of the eighteenth century, fought during the war of the Spanish Succession (1701-14). The Allies, under Marlborough and Prince Eugene of Savoy, beat the French, but, having 21,000 dead to the French army's 11,000, it was a pyrrhic victory. The losses prompted the English Tory party to begin agitating for a withdrawal from the war. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan of the Battle of Oudenard fought July 11th 1708.
Plan of the Battle of Oudenard fought July 11th 1708.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map, very fine impression. 395 x 480mm (15½ x 19"). Hole in map area, original binding folds, trimmed into printed border at top, as issued.
Plan of the Battle of Oudenard, fought during the war of the Spanish Succession (1701-14), in which the Allies, led by Marlborough and Prince Eugene of Savoy, beat the French under the leadership of Louis Joseph, duc de Vendôme, and Louis, duc de Bourgogne (later the Dauphin, but died of measles at 29). The French commanders had quarrelled, resulting in a divided force that was easily beaten. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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The Battle of Prague May 6th 1757. For the British Military Journal Jan.y 1799.
The Battle of Prague May 6th 1757. For the British Military Journal Jan.y 1799.
Engraved by T. Foot.
Copper engraving. 260 x 415mm. 10¼ x 16¼". Vertical folds.
A map showing the positions of Austrian and Prussian forces during the battle of Prague. From the British Military Library or Journal
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Plan of the Situation where the Battle of Ramillies was fought
Plan of the Situation where the Battle of Ramillies was fought May ye 23rd 1706: Designed upon the Spot by G.L. Mosburger, Officer in Geneal Dopf's Regiment of Dragoons.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map with some offset. 385 x 480mm (15 x 19"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed into plate at top, as issued.
Plan of Ramillies, fought during the war of the Spanish Succession (1701-14). The English and Dutch, under Marlborough and Hendrik van Nassau-Ouwerkerk, beat a French, Bavarian and Spanish army convincingly, leading Marshal Villars to call Ramillies 'The most shameful, humiliating and disastrous of routs'. Nearly a third of the French allies were killed or captured. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
For a Brussels-published plan of the same battle see ref. 25217
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Plan of the Battle of the Nile, August 1st, 1798.
Plan of the Battle of the Nile, August 1st, 1798.
Wood-engraved map, watermarked paper 1812 J.C. & C; 130 x 160mm, 5¼ x 6¼", set in text. Faint stain.
Diagram of the Batte of the Nile (or Aboukir), a British victory that gave the Royal Navy dominance in the Mediterranean for the duration of the Napoleonic Wars.
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Draught of the Bay of Bulls between the Town of Rotta and Fort St. Catherine;
Draught of the Bay of Bulls between the Town of Rotta and Fort St. Catherine; Inder the Command of his Grace the Duke of Ormond; with the disposition of the Frifates where were ordered to stand in by the Shore, to favor the Landing; as also the situation of the Ground and Bay, with that of the Enemy's Batteries & Troops.
Eng.d for Harrisons edition of Rapin. [n.d., c.1785.]
Engraving. 375 x 395mm.
An unsuccessful attack by an Anglo-Dutch fleet on Cadiz in May 1702, under Sir George Rooke. From a 'continuation' of 'Rapin's History Of England', first published 1724 in Dutch, with the first English edition published by Mathew Tindal in the 1740s.
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Bruges one of the Principal Cities of Flanders.
Bruges one of the Principal Cities of Flanders.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 385 x 480mm (15¼ x 18¾"). Original binding folds, trimmed at top, as issued.
A plan of Bruges during the War of the Spanish Succession. The city was taken from the Austrians in 1706, retaken by the French in 1707 and again by the Allies in 1708. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Brussels.
Brussels. Brussels. a large and beautiful City in the Dutchy of Brabant, subject to ye Queen of Hungary, Subject to the Queen of Hungary, and ye Seat of her chief Governor for these Parts.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 385 x 480mm (15¼ x 18¾"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed at top, as issued.
A plan of Brussels after the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14), when it was transferred from Spanish control to the Austrian Hapsburgs. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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[The Camp at Bunzelwitz.] Plaan der merckwürdigen Stellùng der dreÿ grossen Armeen, als der Kaÿl. Königl., Kaÿl: Russichen, u Königl: Preüssisschen...
[The Camp at Bunzelwitz.] Plaan der merckwürdigen Stellùng der dreÿ grossen Armeen, als der Kaÿl. Königl., Kaÿl: Russichen, u Königl: Preüssisschen...
H. von Mayer 1781 auc.
Rare etching. 360 x 340mm (14¼ x 13½"). Large margins.
A detailed plan of the camp of Frederick II of Prussia's army at Bunzelwitz (now Boleslawice), outside Schweidnitz (Swidnica) in south-west Poland, nearly surrounded by the Russian and Austrian Armies. The positions of each corps is marked, with the names of the commanders. With all the armies short of supplies the Prussians withdrew, allowing the Austrians to storm and take the important fortress of Schwiednitz later in September.
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Plan of Cardona a strong City and Castle of Catalonia, upon the River Cardoner as besieged by the French and defended by the Allies.
Plan of Cardona a strong City and Castle of Catalonia, upon the River Cardoner as besieged by the French and defended by the Allies.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 390 x 480mm (15¼ x 19"). Very fine impression, with original binding folds.
A plan of the siege of the Castle of Cardona in 1714, towards the end of the War of the Spanish Succession, after the Treaty of Utrecht had removed Britain from the hostilities. Built by Wilfred the Hairy in 886, the French bombardment destroyed much of the walls. The fall of Cardona and Barcelona soon after ended Catalan hopes for independence from Spain. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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A View of Casal, a very strong City and Castle in Italy, taken by the Duke of Savoy in Decem.r 1706
A View of Casal, a very strong City and Castle in Italy, taken by the Duke of Savoy in Decem.r 1706
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 390 x 480mm (15¼ x 19"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed into plate at top, as issued.
Plan of Casale, taken from the French by Victor Amadeus II, Duke of Savoy during the War of the Spanish Succession. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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The Siege of Sebastapol by the Allied Armies in 1854-5.
The Siege of Sebastapol by the Allied Armies in 1854-5. Plate IV (To accompany the Report on the Siege of Sebastapol.)
Lithographed and Printed in the Topographical Dépôt, War Department, under the Direction of Capt.n Elphinstone, R.E. H.James Col.l R.E. Supervisor.
Lithograph with original hand colour. Printed area 650 x 980mm, 25½ x 38½". A few tears.
A detailed military map of the year-long siege of the Russian city by the British, French, Turks and others. The defences of both attackers and defenders are marked.
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Plan of the attacks and positions of the Allied Armies before Sebastapol in 1854-5.
Plan of the attacks and positions of the Allied Armies before Sebastapol in 1854-5. Plate III (To accompany the Report on the Siege of Sebastapol.)
Surveyed and Drawn by Capt.n Cooke, Lieut.s Brine, Fisher, Elphinstone, Cumberland, Anderson, James, C.G.Gordon, Scratchley & Donelly, of the Royal Engineers.. The Outline by F.Boyce, Writing by J.Hutchinson, Hills by G.de Garlieb.
Engraved at the Ordnance Survey Office Southampton in 1858, under the direction of L.t Col.l Cameron, R.E.
Engraved map. 660 x 940mm, 26 x 37". Wear and spotting to edges.
A detailed military map of the focus of the Allied effort in the Crimean War, with Sevastapol and Inkermann in the north and Balaklava in the south. It shows the outline of the town and its harbour, the position of the French military camps encircling the town to the south, the British headquarters further south of the city and the British camp, as well as a couple of Sardinian camps. It also marks the site of the Charge of the Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava on Oct. 25, 1854: the use of hachures for relief emphasises the bottleneck into which they rode.
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Kaart van het Toonell des Oorlogs in Turkijë.
Kaart van het Toonell des Oorlogs in Turkijë.
Steendr. v. J. Vietheim.
te Rotterdam, bÿ H.V. von Gogh 1853.
Wood-engraved map. Printed area 240 x 230mm, 9½ x 9". Folds.
Map of the countries bordering the western coasts of the Black Sea, including Romania and Bulgaria down to Constantinople. It shows the Danube Campaign, at the beginning of the Crimean War (1853-56), when Russia occupied parts of Moldavia and Wallchia, threatening to seize control of the strategically-vital mouth of the Danube.
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Plan of Skutari, Shewing the Site of the Barracks and Hospitals
Plan of Skutari, Shewing the Site of the Barracks and Hospitals from a Survey made by the Order of Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, , by Benj: Handley, Assistant-Surveyor, attached to the Turco-Persian Frontier Commission, Under the direction of Lieut: A.G.Glascott, R.N. March 1855. With Corrections to January, 1856, by Captain Gordon, R.E.
Lithographed at the Topographical and Statistical Depôt, War Department. J.B. Jervis, Lt. Col.l Director 13th July, 1856.
Lithograph with original hand colour, with a publisher's blind stamp. Printed area 450 x 360mm, 17¾ x 14". Laid on linen.
A detailed military plan of the Scutari Barracks (or Selimiye Barracks) on the Asian shore of Istanbul, used by British troops on their way to the Crimea and then as a hospital for the wounded and sick. It was here that Florence Nightingale earned her reputation, tending the sick from 1854 until 1857. Despite her work nearly 6000 soldiers died there, mostly from cholera.
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Bay and Fort of Yalta, Crimea;
Bay and Fort of Yalta, Crimea; from the Survey by Capt.n E. Manganari, of the Russian Imp.l Navy. 1836.
Engraved & Printed at the Topographical and Statistical Depôt, War Department, 17th Sept.r 1855.
Published by Authority of H.M. Principal Secretary for War and Sold by Mess.rs Williams & Norgate, 14 Henrietta S.t Covent Garden & 20 South Frederick St Edinburgh.
Engraving, with a publisher's blind stamp. Printed area 320 x 460mm, 12½ x 16". Laid on linen.
The Bay of Yalta on the Crimea, important to the Allies as a deep-water bay.
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Bay of Alushta, Crimea,
Bay of Alushta, Crimea, from the Survey by Capt.n E. Manganari of the Russian Imp.l Navy. 1836.
Engraved and Printed at the Depôt.
Topographical and Statistical Depôt, War Department, 10th Sept.r 1855.
Engraving printed in black and brown, with a publisher's blind stamp. Printed area 300 x 460mm, 12 x 16". Laid on linen.
The Bay of Yalta on the Crimea, important to the Allies as a deep-water bay.
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Cony, a strong City of Piedmont in the States of Savoy.
Cony, a strong City of Piedmont in the States of Savoy.
Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 390 x 480mm (15¼ x 19"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed into plate at top, as issued.
The fortress of Cuneo in Piedmont, northern Italy, an important defence for Savoy, on the south east border of expansionist France. Although France overran Savoy several times (including during the Nine Years' War, War of the Spanish Succession and War of the Austrian Succession) Cuneo remained uncaptured until the Napoleonic Wars. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan, ou Carte Particuliere Representant Les divers Mouvements des Armées des Alliees, sous le Commandement de S.A.S. Monseign.r Le Prince Eugene de Savoye.
Plan, ou Carte Particuliere Representant Les divers Mouvements des Armées des Alliees, sous le Commandement de S.A.S. Monseign.r Le Prince Eugene de Savoye. Et de l'Armée Francoise Commandée par Mr. le Marechal de Villars. Depuis le Commencement de la Campagne 1712. Jusques au 24e Juillet de la mesme Année Que l'Armée ennemie attacqua le Camp Retranché a Denain sous le Commandement de S.E. Mylord Albemarle.
[by Pieter van Call.]
Se vend à la Haye chez T. Johnson Libraire. [n.d., c.1715.]
Engraved map with original colour. 460 x 620mm (18 x 24½"). Large margins.
A detailed plan of the Battle of Denain, 24 July 1712, part of the War of the Spanish Succession. On one side was Eugene of Savoy's army and the Dutch commanded by the first Duke of Albermarle (Arnold van Keppel, a favourite of William of Orange); on the other the French under Marshal Claude Louis Hector de Villars. The French surprise attack succeded and Albemarle and his staff were taken prisoner, with some 4,100 troops. Eugene's army managed to escape, but the blow to the Allies allowed the French to recover much of the territory they had lost. T. Johnson published an account of Denain in 1713, 'avec une carte', apparently this one. All other examples of this map are later printing by Neaulme, 1747, with Johnson's name erased.
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[Battle of the Dunes, 1658.] Battaglia di Duncherchen.
[Battle of the Dunes, 1658.] Battaglia di Duncherchen.
[Italy, c.1674.]
Rare engraved map. 300 x 370mm (30 x 14¼"). Made up bottom right corner, binding folds flattened.
A plan of The Battle of the Dunes, 14 June 1658, in which a Spanish army backed by English Royalists attempted to raise the siege of Spanish-held Dunkirk by a French army backed by English Parliamentarians. On the map 'z' marks the troops of James, Duke of York. A Parliamentarian fleet can be seen off the coast. The Spanish/English were repelled and Dunkirk fell ten days later, with a Parliamentarian garrison taking control. The map was published in one of the military histories of Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato (1606-78), an Italian professional soldier who fought in the Thirty Years' War.
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Attaco e Presa di Fedricsodde fatta dal General Conti Montecuccoli.
Attaco e Presa di Fedricsodde fatta dal General Conti Montecuccoli.
Lerch fec.
[Gualdo Priorato, 1672.]
Engraving 300 x 360mm, 11¾ x 14¼".
The attack on Fredericia (Fredriksodde), Denmark, during the Second Northern War, 165560, by Raimondo Montecuccoli (c.1608-1680), an Italian general in the service of the Habsburg Austrians. Published in one of the works of Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato (1606-78), soldier & military historian.
NMM: PAF4568, mis-dating the battle to 1718.
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Ghent a large City and Castle in Flanders,
Ghent a large City and Castle in Flanders, twice taken by ye Duke of Marlborough Viz. In ye Year 1706, & 1708.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 385 x 480mm (15¼ x 18¾"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed at top, as issued.
A plan of Ghent during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14). Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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[Representations of Light Infantry...] Manoeuvres, according to the New French System
[Representations of Light Infantry...] Manoeuvres, according to the New French System". Plan of Gibraltar. Military Journal No. 30.
[c.1798.]
Engraved map. Sheet 265 x 425mm, 10½ x 16¾". Trimmed top and bottom, losing title and publication line.
Fifteen battle plans on one sheet, the largest (and only one identifiable) is of Gibraltar.
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Plan du promontoire, de la ville et du port de Gibraltar
Plan du promontoire, de la ville et du port de Gibraltar avec les ouvrages faits depuis le dernier siège et les lignes construites par ordre de sa Majesté très Catholique, pour empescher la communication de Gibraltar avec l'Espagne. Levé nouvellement sur les lieux par l'Ingénieur de la place
A Paris chés Lattré ruë St Jacques vis-à-vis celle de la Parcheminerie à la Ville de Bordeaux. Avec Privilége du Roy [c.1780].
Engraved map with original colour. 420 x 570mm (16½ x 22½"). Small margins. Some minor old ink mss. in French.
A map of Gibraltar with a 50-point key and an engraved description of the rock and town. The description mentions the siege of 1727 but not the 'Great Siege' of 1779-83, suggesting it was published in the run-up to that attack.
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Plan of the Town and Fortifications of Gibraltar,
Plan of the Town and Fortifications of Gibraltar, exactly taken on the spot in the Year 1738.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 380 x 590mm (15 x 23¼"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, narrow margins, as issued.
A map of Gibraltar marking the fortifications of both the British Garrison and those of the Spanish from the Thirteenth Siege of Gibraltar (1727). It is likely that the author of the map was Tindall himself: as Chaplain to the Fleet he had been posted to Gibraltar. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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A Plan of the Situation and remarkable Manuvers of the English, and the Combined Fleets of France & Spain, during their stay in the Channel, from Aug.st 29th, 1779, (the day the were first discover'd)
A Plan of the Situation and remarkable Manuvers of the English, and the Combined Fleets of France & Spain, during their stay in the Channel, from Aug.st 29th, 1779, (the day the were first discover'd) to the 1st of September following, when the lost sight of each other.
Sudlow Fec.t, Engraver of Maps, Charts, Plans, &c. No. 191, Strand.
Eng'd from the Orig.l Plan for Harrison's Edition of Rapin.. [n.d., c.1788.]
Engraving. 240 x 380mm.
Both France and Spain declared war on the English during the American War of Independence. Here the fleets are playing cat and mouse in the mists off the coasts of Cornwall & the Scillys.
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A Correct Plan of the Review of the Volunteers in Hyde Park, on the 4th of June 1799.
A Correct Plan of the Review of the Volunteers in Hyde Park, on the 4th of June 1799.
Jones & Smith &c., Pentonville.
Copper engraving. 250 x 310mm. 9¾ x 12¼". Two vertical folds.
A plan showing the positions of the Volunteers for London wards in Hyde Park, June 4th 1799. From the British Military Library or Journal.
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A Map of the Countries Adjacent to Carlisle Shewing the Route of the Rebels with Their Principal Fords over ye Rr. Eden.
A Map of the Countries Adjacent to Carlisle Shewing the Route of the Rebels with Their Principal Fords over ye Rr. Eden.
By G. Smith.
[London, 1746.]
Engraved map. Sheet 215 x 285mm, 8½ x 11¼". Edges frayed, with original binding folds.
A contemporary map of the movements of the Scottish army around Carlisle during the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion, before Prince Charles Stuart's flight back to Scotland. Published in the 'Gentleman's Magazine' periodical, it has an inset of the city's defences.
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The Battle of Jamappes fought on the 6th. of November 1792 between the French and Austrian Armies.
The Battle of Jamappes fought on the 6th. of November 1792 between the French and Austrian Armies.
Smith & Jones sculp. Pentonville.
Military Journal No. 22. [n.d. c.1800.]
Engraving. Plate 197 x 260mm. 7¾ x 10¼". Trimmed to plate at the bottom and to the right side.
The Battle of Jemappes took place near Jemappes in Hainaut, Beligum. The French Revolutionary Army, led by General Charles François Dumouriez, defeated the Austrian army of Field Marshal Duke Albert of Saxe-Teschen.
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Battle of Maestricht.
Battle of Maestricht. Plan of the Camp of the Army of the Allies, commanded by Mons.r D'Auverquerque, and the manner in which it was drawn up in Battle, when the Army of the Two Crowns advanced to Attack It May 14th 1703.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 385 x 480mm (15¼ x 18¾"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed at top, as issued.
A map of the environs of Maastricht during the War of the Spanish Succession, when the allied army under Henry, Count of Nassau, Lord of Overkirk (Ouwerkerk in Dutch) was attacked by the French & Spanish. Henry, second cousin and Master of Horse to William III, was one of Marlborough's most trusted generals and was made Field Marshal of the Dutch States Army in 1704. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan of the Affair near Maxen 20th and 21st November 1759.
Plan of the Affair near Maxen 20th and 21st November 1759.
P. Mazell Sculpsit.
[London, 1766-90.]
Rare engraved map on two sheets, unjoined; 18th century watermarked paper. Each sheet c. 410 x 400mm (16¼ x 15¾"). With large margins; left sheet trimmed to image ready for joining, splits in binding folds.
Detailed plan of the Battle of Maxen (20 November 1759), between the Prussians and Austrians in Saxony, part of the Seven Years' War. A Prussian corps of 14,000 commanded by Friedrich August von Finck was sent to threaten lines of communication between the Austrian army at Dresden and Bohemia. However the action was anticipated and Field Marshal Count Daun surrounded the Prussians with 40,000 men, forcing Finck to surrender. The map comes from General Henry Lloyd's 'History of the late War in Germany', published in London in three volumes between 1766-90. Originally published anonymously, the work was written for military professionals. Lloyd was criticical of Frederick II's predictable tactics, as shown in this battle.
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Plan Du Siege De La Ville De Menin, Avec Ses Environs, Et Du Campement de l'Armee des Allies sous le Commandement de Son Excellence Monsr. Le General de Zalichs pour l'Attaque de ladite Ville.
Plan Du Siege De La Ville De Menin, Avec Ses Environs, Et Du Campement de l'Armee des Allies sous le Commandement de Son Excellence Monsr. Le General de Zalichs pour l'Attaque de ladite Ville.
A Bruxelles, Chez Eugene Henry Fricx, Rue d la Madeleine. 1706.
Engraved map with detailed key to left. Sheet 610 x 520mm. Evidence of where sheet folded several times. Isolated foxing spots in map, 1 left of centre developed into pin hole. Section of lower left margin missing with patch repair, just into plate.
Menen (in French 'Menin') is situated in the West Flanders province of south west Belgium, on the Leie River near the French border (the city was part of France between 1668 and 1713). There were as many as 22 sieges between 1579 and 1830. Vauban, the French military engineer who revolutionized fortification and siege strategies during the reign of Louis XIV, turned Menen into a model-fortification (1679-1689). The city was besieged and taken by the duke of Marlborough's allied Army in august 1706, hence the English names amoung the list of commanders. Key gives details of regiments, troop movements and positions. Vignette view 'Ville De Menin Du Cote De Werwick' printed from separate plate and engraved by Harrewyn below.
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Plan of the Works of the City of Messina,
Plan of the Works of the City of Messina, one of the strongest and most considerable Cities of Sicily, and a fine Sea-Port.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 390 x 480mm (15¼ x 19"). Original binding folds, trimmed into plate at top, as issued.
Victor Amadeus II, Duke of Savoy, ally of Britain during the War of the Spanish Succession, was made King of Sicily by the Holy Roman Emperor as a reward for his service. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan of the Town and Harbour of Mahon,
Plan of the Town and Harbour of Mahon, St. Philip's Castle, and its Fortifications.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 380 x 625mm (15 x 24½"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, narrow margins, as issued.
A map of Mahon Harbour, Minorca, the British Navy's base in the Meditterranean. Of interest is the depiction of the redoubts of Fort St Philip, the most expensive fort ever built by the British. During the Seven Years' War the island was taken by the French (1756), but returned to Britain in the Treaty of Paris. In 1782 the French and Spanish took Fort St Philip again, demolishing it to stop it being used again. The nearby Fort Marlborough survived and is a modern tourist attraction. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Chart Illustrative of the Campaigns of the Wars of the French Revolution.
Chart Illustrative of the Campaigns of the Wars of the French Revolution. In Germany, Poland, Russia & France, from 1803 ro 1813.
Published by Edw.d Baines Leeds March 4th 1816.
Engraved map. 240 x 400mm (9½ x 15¾"). Repaired, nicks to edges, central fold as normal.
A map of Northern Europe, marking the route of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow, 1812. From Baines' 'History of the Wars of the French Revolution'.
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Map of the Straits of Niagara from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario.
Map of the Straits of Niagara from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario.
H. Mutlow, Sculp.
[London: William James, 1818.]
Engraved map. Sheet 405 x 220mm (16 x 8¾"). Watermarked 'J & M 1817'. Original bind folds, one split.
A near-contemporary map of the War of 1812, published as the frontispiece to William James' 'A Full and Correct Account of the Military Occurrences of the Late War Between Great Britain and the United States'. It marks the Forts Erie, George and Niagara, as well as Buffalo, the Falls, connecting roads, British troop locations and topographical features. An inset shows a cross-section of the Falls.
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Newport a Strong Sea-Port Town in Flanders, restored to the Empire by ye Treaty of Utrecht.
Newport a Strong Sea-Port Town in Flanders, restored to the Empire by ye Treaty of Utrecht.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 385 x 480mm (15¼ x 18¾"). Very fine impresion with original binding folds, trimmed at top, as issued.
Nieuwpoort in Flanders, which was transferred from Spanish control to the Austrian Habsburgs by the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713, which ended most of the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14). Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan of the Investiture of Ostend Surrenderd, 6 July, 1706.
Plan of the Investiture of Ostend Surrenderd, 6 July, 1706.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 385 x 480mm (15¼ x 18¾"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed at top, as issued, some ink offset.
A map of the environs of Ostend during the War of the Spanish Succession, when the allied army under Henry, Count of Nassau, Lord of Overkirk (Ouwerkerk in Dutch) took the town after heavy bombardment. Henry, second cousin and Master of Horse to William III, was one of Marlborough's most trusted generals and was made Field Marshal of the Dutch States Army in 1704. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan de la situation où la Bataiille de Ramillies
Plan de la situation où la Bataiille de Ramillies s'est donnée par l'Armée des Alliés. commandée par Son Altesse le Duc de Marlborough...
A Bruxelles, Chez Eugene Henry Fricx, Ruë de la Madelaine. [n.d., 1706.]
Letterpress broadsheet with engraved map with letterpress key label, scarce. Map 340 x 470mm, 13¼ x 18½", sheet 610 x 500mm, 24 x 19¾". Slight split top centre.
A French-text broadside on the Battle of Ramillies, 23rd May 1706, fought in Belgium during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14). The map shows the troop movements in the area around Ramillies with a key pasted on, lettered A-S. Below the map is a brief letterpress description of the battle, short because it took the Duke of Marlborough's army of British, Dutch and Danish troops less than four hours to overwhelm the Franco-Spanish-Bavarian army led by Marshal Villeroi & Maximilian II of Bavaria.
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A Map exhibiting the Retreat of the French Army from Moscow to Paris.
A Map exhibiting the Retreat of the French Army from Moscow to Paris.
W. Milton sc.
Published by R. Bowyer Pall Mall, London, 20 Feb. 1815.
Engraved map. Printed area 385 x 255mm (15¼ x 10"). Damp stain on edge of wide margins.
A map of the roads between Moscow and Paris, showing the route of Napoleon's disastrous retreat of 1812, published in Bowyer's 'Illustrated Record of Important Events in the Annals of Europe'.
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[Four maps relating to the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-5].
[Four maps relating to the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-5]. Russian Mine-fields off the Kuan-Tung Peninsula, Feb, - Aug. 1904. [&] Nan Shan. [&] Te-Li-Ssu. Situation from 13th to 15th June 1904. [&] Ta-Shih-Chiao. 24th July 1904.
W. & A.K. Johnston Ltd, Edinburgh & London.
Ordnance Survey, Southampton, 1910.
Four colour photo-lithographic maps, scarce, largest 420 x 450mm, 16¼ x 17¾". Folded as issued.
Four maps relating to the first year of the Russo-Japanese war (1904-5), which, to everyone's surprise, Russia lost badly. Fought because of both nations' expansionist policies in Manchuria and Korea, it was the first great war of the 20th century and saw the use of new technology and tactics including torpedo boats, submarines and mine-laying. The first map shows the Japanese blockage of the Russian fleet at Port Arthur, showing the sites of mines and their victims on both sides. The second & third maps show the battles of Te-li-Ssu and Nanshan, during the Russian attempt to break the Port Arthur blockade by land, botched by the inept commanders. The fourth map shows the small-scale Battle of Tashihchiao for control of an important junction between the main line on the South Manchurian Railway and a spur which led to the old treaty port of Yingkou, needed by the Japanese for the movement of troops, again a Japanese victory.
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Plan of the Battle of Saragossa, Fought Aug.t 9, 1710,
Plan of the Battle of Saragossa, Fought Aug.t 9, 1710, between the troops of the Allies under Lieut.t Gen.l Stanhope and the Marshal Count Staremberg, and the French under the D. of Anjou: the Emperor Charles, and the D of Anjou (King Philip) Being both Present.
I. Basire Sculp.
For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England. [London, James & Paul Knapton, 1751.]
Engraved map. 390 x 480mm (15¼ x 19"). Very fine impression with original binding folds, trimmed witin plate at top, as issued.
The Battle of Saragossa (Zaragoza), during the War of the Spanish Succession, in which the Allies (including British troops under James Stanhope) defeated the Boubon Spanish. Charles and Philip were the rival Hapsburg and Bourbon candidates for the Spanish throne, but when Charles became Holy Roman Emperor in 1711 his interest in the Spanish throne wained. Philip V was eventually confirmed as king, but renounced any possibility of uniting the thrones of Spain and France, the main cause for the war. Nicholas Tindal (1687-1774), at one time Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital, first published a translation of Frenchman Paul de Rapin's 'History of England' in 1727, running to thirteen volumes; in 1732 it was enlarged with his own notes and maps. This map was published in 'A summary of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, and Mr Tindal's Continuation, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Illustrated With Medals, Plans of Battles, Towns, and Sieges', 1751.
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Plan for a fortified Castle, Palace, or Country House. [&] Plan of the Town & Fortifications of Seringapatam.
Plan for a fortified Castle, Palace, or Country House. [&] Plan of the Town & Fortifications of Seringapatam.
Smith & Jones sculp. Pentonville.
Military Jounral No.17. [n.d. c.1800.]
Engraving. Sheet 210 x 265mm. 8¼ x 10½".
The Seige of Seringapatam, 4th May 1799, was the final confrontation between the British East India Company and the Kingdom of Mysore, as part of the Fouth Anglo-Mysore War. The British broke through the walls of the fortress at Seringapatam, where Tippu Sultan, Mysore's ruler, was killed in action. Successful, the British restored the Wodeyar dynasty to the throne, but retained indirect control of the Kingdom.
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Panorama van de Vestingwerken van Sebastopol.
Panorama van de Vestingwerken van Sebastopol. De Malakoftoren, de Forten Redan, & Mamelon en de Belegeringswerken der Geailleerden.
C.C.A. Last. Steend. v. P. Blommers te 's Hage.
Uitgegeven bij A. Jager, water 110, Amsterdam. [n.d., c.1855.]
Tinted lithograph, large margins. Printed area 460 x 640mm, 18 x 25¼". Some spotting.
A bird's-eye view of the Seige of Sevastopol, taken from the Allied lines to the south of the port, with the British flag bottom left and French bottom right. The main features of the Russian defences are clearly depicted, including the Redan, the Malakoff redoubt and the Mamelon, a fortified hillock, as are the Allied trenches and their sharpshooters. On the reverse of the sheet is the publisher's advert for prints relating to the Crimean War and and other general topography.
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