The Leviathan, Imperieuse, Curacoa, and Eclair attacking two towns on the coast of Genoa, June 27th. 1812.From a Drawing by Mr. Hood.
Aquatint. 159 x 241mm. 6¼ x 9½".
HMS Leviathan (1790), HMS Imperieuse (1793), HMS Curacoa (1809) and HMS Eclair (1807); On June 27th, 1812, the four British ships attacked an 18-strong French convoy at Laigueglia and Alassio in Liguria, northern Italy.
for coloured impression see ref. 14899
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