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The Rev.d Gerrard Andrewes, D.D. Rector of St James Westminster.
The Rev.d Gerrard Andrewes, D.D. Rector of St James Westminster.
Painted by J.Pocock. Engraved by R.Dunkarton.
London. Published Aug.st 22.d 1807, by Rob.t Dunkarton, No. 452, Strand.
Mezzotint. 510 x 340mm, 20 x 13¼". Some spotting.
The Very Revd Gerrard Andrewes (1750-1825): educated at Westminster School then Trinity College Cambridge; entered the Church; assistant master at Westminster; preacher at Magdalen and Foundling Hospital, Dean of Canterbury 1809, rector of St. James's 1802Ė25.
CS 4, I of II, title in open letters.
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St. Johnís Harbour Antigua.
St. Johnís Harbour Antigua.
N.Pocock Del.t. T.Medland sculp.
Publish'd 30 June 1804 by J.Gold. Shoe Lane, London.
Aquatint. 130 x 220mm.
Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
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View of Nassau in the Bahamas.
View of Nassau in the Bahamas.
N. Pocock Del. [...] T. Medland Sculp.
Publish'd Dec. 2 1799 by Bunney & Gold.
Aquatint, 150 x 229mm (6 x 9").
Nassau, which by the late eighteenth century was already the commercial centre of the Bahamas. Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
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[Glorious First of June] To the Memory of the Brave Cap.t John Harvey, the Officers and Crew who fell in the Action,
[Glorious First of June] To the Memory of the Brave Cap.t John Harvey, the Officers and Crew who fell in the Action, and to the Surviving Officers and Crew of His Majesty's Ship the Brunswick, This Print Representing the Brunswick after breaking the Enemy's Line, as second astern to Admiral Earl Howe on the first of June 1794 Grappled to, and engaging Le Vengeur with her starboard guns, and totally dismasting L'Achille in an attempt to board on the larboard Quarter is Respectfully inscribed by Nicholas Pocock.
Painted by Nicholas Pocock. Engraved by R.Pollard.
London. Published Feb.y 16th 1796 by Nich.s Pocock, Great George Street, Westminster.
Coloured aquatint. 480 x 650mm (19 x 25½"), on Whatman paper with very large margins. Tear touching bottom plate mark taped.
A large and fine Battle scene with excellent colour. The 'Battle of the Glorious First of June', fought between the Royal Navy under Admiral Earl Howe and a French fleet of 26 ships of the line under Rear-Admiral Villaret-Joyeuse, protecting a convoy of grain ships from America bound for a desperate France. Although the British won the exchange, the grain convoy escaped intact.
Parker: 102 T
[Ref: 57473]   £720.00  
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A View of Bastia.
A View of Bastia.
N.Pocock Del.t. T.Medland Sculp.
Publish'd by Binney & Gold, 1st July 1799.
Aquatint. 130 x 220mm.
Bastia in Corsica. Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
[Ref: 4360]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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[Havana on the Island of Cuba.]
[Havana on the Island of Cuba.]
Pocock del.t. Bennett sculp.t.
Published Nov.r 30, 1807 by J.Gold, 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, London.
Aquatint. 130 x 220mm. Title rubbed.
Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
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View of Prince Rupertís Bay, Dominica.
View of Prince Rupertís Bay, Dominica.
N. Pocock delt. Wells sculp.t.
Publish'd by Binney & Gold, May 1st 1799.
Aquatint. 130 x 220mm.
Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
[Ref: 4378]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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L'Espoir Sloop of 14 Guns & her Prize the Liguria of 44 Guns.
L'Espoir Sloop of 14 Guns & her Prize the Liguria of 44 Guns.
N. Pocock del. W. Ellis sculp.
Publish'd by Bunney & Gold Nov. 1 1801
Aquatint, 130 x 230mm. 5 x 9".
Taken from the Naval Chronicle, vol. vi, p.277. The British ship L'Espoir having defeated the Liguria. The rock of Gibraltar can be seen in the background
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Gibraltar, taken from the Westward.
Gibraltar, taken from the Westward.
N. Pocock del. W. Ellis sculp.
Publish'd Dec.1.1800 by Bunney & Gold.
Aquatint and explanatory text. 140 x 229mm. 5½ x 9".
A view of Gibraltar from the Straits, with ships on the water. This engraving was published in the 'Naval Chronicle'. Gold was the founder and publisher.
[Ref: 23322]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Leviathan & L'Amerique.]
[The Leviathan & L'Amerique.]
N. Pocock del.t. W.Ellis sculp.t.
[Published by Burney and Gold Nov.r 1. 1799.]
Aquatint., proof before title and publication line. Sheet 140 x 225mm, 5 x 9". Binding stitch marks just under title.
A scene from the 'Glorious First of June' sea-battle between the British and French off Ushant. L'Amerique was dismasted and captured, joining the Royal Navy as HMS Impétueux. The Leviathan also fought at Trafalgar. Published in the Naval Chronicle.
Parker: 102.
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The Leviathan & L'Amerique.
The Leviathan & L'Amerique.
N. Pocock del.t. W.Ellis sculp.t.
Published by Burney and Gold Nov.r 1. 1799.
Aquatint. Sheet 140 x 225mm, 5 x 9".
A scene from the 'Glorious First of June' sea-battle between the British and French off Ushant. L'Amerique was dismasted and captured, joining the Royal Navy as HMS Impétueux. The Leviathan also fought at Trafalgar. Published in the Naval Chronicle.
Parker: 102.
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The Leviathan & L'Amerique.
The Leviathan & L'Amerique.
N. Pocock del.t. W. Ellis Sculp.t.
Published Nov.r 1799 by Binney & Gold.
Aquatint. 125 x 215mm (5 x 8½"). Trimmed for binding.
A scene from the 'Glorious First of June' sea-battle between the British and French off Ushant. L'Amerique was dismasted and captured, joining the Royal Navy as HMS Impétueux. The Leviathan later fought at Trafalgar. Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
Parker: 102
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The Hoche in tow of the Doris.
The Hoche in tow of the Doris.
N. Pocock del. W. Ellis sc.
Publish'd by Bunney & Gold, March 1. 1800.
Aquatint with explanatory text. 140 x 229mm. 5½ x 9".
The Battle of Tory Island, the naval action of the French Revolutionary Wars, fought on 12 October 1798 between French and British squadrons off the northwest coast of Donegal. Sir John Borlase Warren led a decisive victory against Jean Baptiste Francoise Bompart and his larger army. Hoche, one of the French frigates had suffered greatly during the battles and eventually, on 15 October, HMS Doris appeared and took Hoche in tow, arriving in Lough Swilly a few days later. This engraving was published in the 'Naval Chronicle'. Gold was the founder and publisher.
NMM: PAD5607 & PAD5608.
[Ref: 23320]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Port Royal, Jamaica.
Port Royal, Jamaica.
Pocock del. Richards sculp.
Published 31st July 1804 by J.Gold, 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street.
Aquatint. 130 x 220mm.
Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
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[The Hebrus and L'Etoile off Cape La Hogue, March 27th 1814.
[The Hebrus and L'Etoile off Cape La Hogue, March 27th 1814. LíEtoile striking her Colours to the Hebrus after a close & obstinate engagement of two hours and a quarter. To the Right Honourable the Earl St Vincent G.C.B. this plate is respectfully inscribed.]
Painted by N. Pocock, Esq.r. Engraved by R. Havell.
London, Publish'd Oct 19 1815 by Thomas Rickards, near Catherine Street.
Coloured aquatint. Sheet 385 x 535mm (15¼ x 23"). Trimmed within plate, losing title at bottom.
Étoile, a French 44-gun frigate, was part of a squadron engaged in commercial railing off the Azores in 1814 during the last weeks of the War of the Sixth Coalition. Returning to France the Squadron was engaged off Brittany by the Royal Navy in the Battle of Joburg. Hebrus chased Étoile for 15 hours and 120 miles, finally bringing her to action in the Bay of La Hogue, just after midnight on the 27th March. A fight lasting over two hours ensued, the ships becalmed and firing at each other from nearly the same spot. The French fired high, doing great damage to Hebrus's rigging; Hebrus from the start fired into Étoile's hull. Eventually Philibert struck, after having lost 40 men killed and 71 wounded. Hebrus had 13 men killed and 25 wounded.
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Lord Nelson engaging the Toulon Fleet off the Mouth of the Nile. [&] French Line of Battle References... Bay of Aboukir [battle plan layout.]
Lord Nelson engaging the Toulon Fleet off the Mouth of the Nile. [&] French Line of Battle References... Bay of Aboukir [battle plan layout.]
N. Pocock del. R. Pollard Sculp.t
Publish'd by Bunney & Co. [n.d. c.1800.] [Plan:] Publish'd by Bunney & Gold, 1. June, 1799.
Aquatint with explanatory and map of the battle plan layout. 140 x 229mm. 5½ x 9". Plan: 330 x 350mm. 13 x 13¾". Plan folded, as normal.
Lord Nelson at the Battle of the Nile, fought between British and French fleets at Aboukir Bay on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt from 1-3 August 1798. The large French convoy from Toulon and led by General Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated by the British forces led by Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson. This engraving was published in the 'Naval Chronicle'. Gold was the founder and publisher.
See NMM: PAD4019. Parker 134: u.
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Diamond Rock, Martinique.
Diamond Rock, Martinique.
N. Pocock delt. Wells sculp.t.
Published March 31st 1803 by J.Gold, 103 Shoe Lane.
Aquatint. 130 x 220mm.
Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
[Ref: 4365]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[Battle of The Nile.] To the Right Honorable Horatio Nelson, Baron Nelson of the Nile,
[Battle of The Nile.] To the Right Honorable Horatio Nelson, Baron Nelson of the Nile, & of Burham Thorpe in the County of Norfolk, Knight of the Most Honorable Military Order of the Bathm and Rear Admiral of the Red, and the Captain, Officers and Seamen of the Squadron under His Command, This Print, representing the Glorious Victory over the French Fleet on the Night of the 1st August 1798, in the Bay of Bequieres, is respectfully inscribed by Nicolas Pocock.
Painted by Nich.ls Pocock. Engrav's by Rob.t Pollard.
London, Publish'd April 13th 1799 by Nich.ls Pocock, Great George Street, Westminster.
Very fine coloured aquatint. Sheet 475 x 635mm (18¾ x 25"). Trimmed to plate, tear in inscription area taped, a few other small tears and nicks.
The night Battle of the Nile, with L'Orient on fire, lighting the scene. The remarque features Britannia and a sea monster.
Parker:134 L
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[The Porcupine and two Spanish ships, July 22nd, 1780.]
[The Porcupine and two Spanish ships, July 22nd, 1780.]
[Engraved by W.Ellis? after Nicholas Pocock.]
[n.d., c.1800.]
Aquatint, proof before letters. Sheet 145 x 235mm, 5¾ x 9¼". Laid on album sheet.
Sir Charles Henry Knowles, 2nd Baronet GCB (1754-1831), was appinted captain of Porcupine in 1780, operating in the Mediterranean. He was accused of piracy and murder in 1782 but cleared his name and returned to the Porcupine.
Parker: 82.
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Roseau in the West Indies.
Roseau in the West Indies.
N. Pocock delt. Bennett sculp.t.
Published 31st Dec.r. 1808 by J.Gold, 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street.
Aquatint. 130 x 220mm.
Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
[Ref: 4381]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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View of Sion House from the Banks of the Thames.
View of Sion House from the Banks of the Thames.
Drawn by N.Pocock. Engrav'd by I.Hassell.
London, Publish'd Sep.tr 1799, by J.Brydon opposite Northumberland House Charing Cross.
Coloured aquatint. 335 x 470mm. Some skinning of the paper surface in unprinted areas.
Rare.
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St. Kitts.
St. Kitts.
Pocock del. Medland sculp.
Publish'd 30 April, 1805 by J. Gold, 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street.
Aquatint with later hand colour. Sheet 140 x 235mm (5½ x 9¾").
Apparently the Battle of St Kitts, a sea battle between Britain and France in 1782, during the American Revolutionary War. Published in the 'Naval Chronicle'.
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Sir J.B. Warren's Action off Ireland with a Squadron of French Frigates.
Sir J.B. Warren's Action off Ireland with a Squadron of French Frigates.
N. Pocock Del. T.Medland sc.
Publish'd by Burney and Gold May 31. 1800.
Aquatint. Sheet 140 x 225mm (5 x 9"). Some creasing. Trimmed.
The Battle of Tory Island, (or Warren's Action, after the British leader, Sir John Borlase Warren), fought off the north-west coast of Ireland on the 12th October 1798 between the British and French. Part of the French Revolutionary Wars, it was also the last action of the Irish Rebellion of 1798 and the last French attempt to invade the British Isles. Theobald Wolfe Tone, the Irish rebel leader, was found aboard the French flagship: he committed suicide before he could be hanged. Published in the Naval Chronicle.
Parker: 137.
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