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This Plate representing the Meeting of the Royal British Bowmen in the Grounds of Erthig, Denbighshire,
This Plate representing the Meeting of the Royal British Bowmen in the Grounds of Erthig, Denbighshire, the Seat of Simon Yorke Esqr. on Septr. 13th. 1822, is respectfully dedicated to that Society by One of its Members.
J. Townshend del.t. Engraved by Bennett. Coloured From the original Drawing by W. H. Timms.
Published as the Act directs 1823.
Hand coloured aquatint. 305 x 390mm (12 x 15¼"). Some foxing/staining.
A party of men and women in green practising archery beside a white tent on the banks of a river. On the hill on the opposite bank is a country house, Erthig in Denbighshire, Wales, belonging to Simon Yorke. Simon Yorke (1771 - 1834) was sheriff of Denbighshire from 1807 and MP for Grantham 1793 - 1802, inherited the seat of Erddig (Erthig).
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