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A View of Botany Bay.
A View of Botany Bay.
R. Cleveley delin.t. T. Medland sculp.t.
Published June 17, 1789 by J. Stockdale.
Engraving. 205 x 260mm (8 x 40¼"). Small margins.
A view of the First Fleet arriving in Botany Bay, 1788, after Robert Cleveley (1747-1809)
[Ref: 43402]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Natives of Botany Bay.
Natives of Botany Bay.
R. Cleveley del.t T. Medland sculp.t
Published June 4. 1789 by J. Stockdale.
Copper engraving. Plate 196 x 254mm. 7¾ x 10". Some tears around the edges.
Australian aboriginals fishing. In 1787, British naval commander Arthur Phillip (1738-1814) led the 'First Fleet' carrying convicts to Australia. Illustration from Arthur Phillip's 'The voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay', published in London in 1789.
NLA:285291
[Ref: 20323]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Defeat of the Dutch Fleet under the Command of Admiral De Winter by a British Squadron
Defeat of the Dutch Fleet under the Command of Admiral De Winter by a British Squadron Commanded by Admiral Lord Viscount Duncan, off Camperdown, on the 11th. October 1797.
Drawn by Robert Cleveley. Engraved by J.W. Edy.
London Published April 25 1798 by John Harris No.3 Sweetings Alley Royal Exchange & No.8 Old Broad Street.
Magnificent hand-coloured etching and aquatint, 500 x 720mm. 19¾ x 28¼". Some closed marginal tears, one small hole to right side of image. Otherwise a very fine impression.
The Battle of Camperdown (11 October 1797) was a British naval victory in the North Sea over the Dutch during the French Revolutionary Wars. The British fleet under Admiral Duncan defeated the Dutch fleet under Admiral de Winter off the coastal village of Camperduin, north-west of Alkmaar. Each vessel in the composition is captioned in the lower margin. List of English and Dutch ships to left and right of title. After Robert Cleveley (1747 - 1809).
Parker 1413.
[Ref: 22242]   £620.00  
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A Canoe and Natives of Mulgrave's Range.
A Canoe and Natives of Mulgrave's Range.
R. Cleveley Del.t. T. Medland sculp.t.
Published Oct. 15. 1789 by J. Stockdale.
Engraving. 210 x 255mm (8½ x 10"). Trimmed within plate at top. Small margins on 3 sides. Very slight staining at top, small tear on right.
An outrigger canoe of 'Lord Musgrave's Range', apparently a coral island near the Caroline Islands. From Phillip's 'The voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay', published in London in 1789, although illustrating John Marshall's voyage from Port Jackson to Whampoa in China, also described in the book.
[Ref: 44037]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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