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Le Tonnant, au combat d'Aboukir. (Le 1.er Aout 1798.) [The Battle of the Nile. 1st. August 1798].
Le Tonnant, au combat d'Aboukir. (Le 1.er Aout 1798.) [The Battle of the Nile. 1st. August 1798].
Dessiné et Lithographié par Lebreton. Imp. Becquet rue des Noyers, 37.
Paris. E. Morier. Edit rue St. André des Arts, 52. [n.d., c. 1850].
Fine hand coloured lithograph. Framed. Printed area: 280 x 430mm (11 x 17"). Unexamined out of frame.
HMS Tonnant of the French Fleet, in the command of Admiral F. P. Brueys, under heavy fire from HMS Majestic of the British Fleet, in the command of Admiral Horatio Nelson, during the Battle of the Nile on August 1st 1798. The battle took place at Aboukir bay, off the coast of Egypt and was the climax of a naval campaign that had ranged across the Mediterranean during the previous three months. A large French convoy sailed from Toulon to Alexandria under the command of General Napoleon Bonaparte who sought to invade Egypt as the first step in a campaign against British India, in an effort to drive Britain out of the French Revolutionary Wars. In the battle, the British forces, under the command of Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson (later Lord Nelson), defeated the French. A description of the action is inscribed in French beneath the image.
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H.M. Brig Acorn, 16 guns,
H.M. Brig Acorn, 16 guns, In Chase Of The Piratical Slaver Gabriel. To Captain Adams and the Officers of the Brig This Print is respectfully dedicated by their obedient servant Edmund Fry.
N.M.Condy del_T.G.Dutton.Lith. Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen.
[Published in London by Ackemann & Co. and George Foster, in Plymouth by Edmund Fry. c.1850.]
Coloured lithograph, image 300 x 400mm. 11¾ x 15¾". Lacking publication line.
The British West Africa Squadron was established in 1808. Its primary role being to suppress any activity by British slavers. It was also assigned for other activities. The squadron was to be ready for combat at sea, to blockade ports between Cape Verde and Benguela if necessary, to seize foreign slavers, and to protect legitimate traders. The Journal du Havre publishes the following report on the capture of the Gabriel, communicated by Captain Blay, of the Jeune Pauline, just arrived at Havre from Rio Janeiro:- ' The following was published in Edinburgh Oct/Nov, 1841. The English brig Acorn having, in lat. 5.N perceived at great distance a vessel pillaging another, made chase, and instantly the Gabriel hoisted all her sail, and endeavoured to escape. At three in the afternoon the Acorn fired, and the Gabriel returned the fire, at the same time hoisting Portuguese colours. The chase continued for 12 hours, during the whole of which time firing was kept up by both vessels, but eventually the Gabriel was dismasted, and captured.She was sent to St Helena, but her crew, consisting of fifty- eight men, Spaniards and others, were put on board an English vessel at Rio. The captain jumped overboard during the chase, with all his papers.The merchandise found on board the Gabriel was valued at 8000 pounds. The Acorn had not time to ascertain to what country the vessel which was being pillaged by the Gabriel belonged, but she carried English colours. Captain Blay also reports that the English merchants resident at Rio have presented Captain Lecosannet, of the Roland, with a handsome gold chronometer and snuff box, and given to each of his crew a hundred francs, in testimony of the sense entertained of their humanity in saving the crew and passengers of the India.
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H.M. Brig Acorn, 16 guns, In Chase Of The Piratical Slaver Gabriel.
H.M. Brig Acorn, 16 guns, In Chase Of The Piratical Slaver Gabriel. To Captain Adams and the Officers of the Brig This Print is respectfully dedicated by their obedient servant Edmund Fry.
N.M.Condy del_T.G.Dutton.Lith. Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen.
Published in London by Ackemann & Co. and George Foster, in Plymouth by Edmund Fry. c.1850.
Rare lithograph, image 300 x 400mm. 11¾ x 15¾". Slight stain below title.
The British West Africa Squadron was established in 1808, its primary role being to suppress any activity by British slavers. In 1841 the English brig Acorn having perceived at great distance a vessel pillaging another, made chase, and instantly the Gabriel hoisted all her sail, and endeavoured to escape but eventually the Gabriel was dismasted, and captured. She was sent to St Helena, but her crew, consisting of fifty- eight men, Spaniards and others, were put on board an English vessel at Rio. The captain jumped overboard during the chase, with all his papers and the merchandise found on board the Gabriel was valued at roughly £35,000 of today's money.
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Attack of St Jean D'Acre.
Attack of St Jean D'Acre. This View representing the Fleet Going into Action, is respectfully dedicated To Admiral The Hon.ble Sir Rob.t Stopford, G.C.B., & G.C.M.G. _ and Officers of the Mediterranean Fleet, by their humble servant, Frank W. Hawkins. [&] ... This View representing the Bombardment and Explosion...
Drawn at Acre, on board the Pique, by F.K Hawkins. W. Knell pinx.t & sculp.t.
London: Published July 12th 1841, by Ackermann & Co., 96, Strand.
Pair of aquatints on steel with hand colour. Each 360 x 570mm (14¼ x 22½"), with large margins.
Illustrations of the attack on Acre on 4 November 1840 by the British, supported by the Austrians and Turks, in support of the Ottoman Empire's campaign against Muhammad Ali, who was trying to carve out an independent empire in Egypt. Frank Keene Hawkins was a midshipman aboard the wooden fifth-rate sailing frigate Pique. He was promoted to Lieutenant in 1845 and Commander in 1858.
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[Turkish plan of the Siege of St. Jean d'Acre?]
[Turkish plan of the Siege of St. Jean d'Acre?]
[n.d.,c.1840]
Lithograph with minimal colour. Printed area 450 x 590mm, 17¾ x 23¼". Laid on linen, two wormholes, some other damage.
A very rudimentary plan showing a fleet of European warships bombarding a city with Turkish defenders, who are shown within the battlements using heavy canon to protect the fortified port. The Europeans appear to be worse off, with one ship sinking and another on fire. The Turks seem unperturbed, and none of the city is damaged. In the interior is a sketch of a steam engine in profile.
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Position of the English, and Spanish & French Squadrons, before the Action on the 12 July 1804.
Position of the English, and Spanish & French Squadrons, before the Action on the 12 July 1804.
Owen del. Wells sc.
Publish'd by Bunney & Gold, Sep.1.1801.
Aquatint. 145 x 234mm. 5¾ x 9¼". Time staining around the edges.
Saumarez's actions off Algeciras and Gibraltar. On July 12th 1801 aboard Caesar, Admiral Sir James Saumarez led the last attack against the French Admiral Linois. This being the second stage of the battle meant that the extensive damage that the British had received during the first stage allowed for the French and Spanish ships to escape to Cadiz.
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The Bombardment of Algiers, Sept.r 1.st 1816.
The Bombardment of Algiers, Sept.r 1.st 1816. Engraved for the Observer Newspaper, from a Drawing by an Officer, in the possession of Mr Edward Orme of Bond Street.
[24 November 1816]
Scarce wood-engraving with letterpress, sheet 540 x 395mm (21¼ x 15½"). Creases.
The Bombardment of Algiers on 27 August 1816 (rather than 1 September, as claimed here), an attempt by British and Dutch forces to end the slavery practices of Omar Agha, the Dey of Algiers. Following the bombardment, the Dey freed Christian slaves and repaid ransom money taken in 1816, although the Barbary slave trade continued, replacing Christian slaves with Jewish labour. Page from an early copy of the Observer, the world's first Sunday newspaper, founded in 1791.
[Ref: 41535]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Anglo Turkish Squadron. Under the Command of Admiral Sir R. Stopford, GCB. GCMG. rear Admiral of Gt. Britain.
Anglo Turkish Squadron. Under the Command of Admiral Sir R. Stopford, GCB. GCMG. rear Admiral of Gt. Britain. [Underneath the ships:] Captain Bey. Captain Pasha. Turkish Frigate. Rodney. Minden. Prin.cess Charlotte. Vangard: Asia. Pembroke. Bellerophon. Wolvereen.
Lithog.d by C. de Brocktorff, Malta. From a Drawing by J.F. Warre R.N.
Sept.br 1838.
Hand-coloured lithograph. 408 x 560mm. 16 x 22". Some surface rubbing and scuffing. Crease to lower right-hand corner. Repairs.
Admiral Sir Robert Stopford (1768-1847) became Rear Admiral in 1830 and was active as commander-in-chief of the Mediterranean fleet during the Syrian War against the forces of Mehemet Ali. Here, on board HMS Princess Charlotte, he took command of the combined British, Turkish and Austrian fleet during the bombardment of Acre in 1840. Rare Maltese publication.
NMM: PAH8185. Parker: 1598.
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Battaglia Navale trà Inglesi et Olandesi seguita alli XI, e iz di Settembre L'Anno 1666 nel Mare Brittanico.
Battaglia Navale trà Inglesi et Olandesi seguita alli XI, e iz di Settembre L'Anno 1666 nel Mare Brittanico.
[Etched by Gerard Bouttats?]
[Vienna, c.1672.]
Etching, scarce. 305 x 415mm (12 x 16¼"). Small margins, slightly foxed. Tear and splits in binding folds with old repairs, chips in margins.
A sea battle during the Second Anglo-Dutch War (1665-7), fought over mercentile supremacy. As no notable sea battle was fought in September the battle is likely to be the 'St James' Day Battle', fought 4-5th August off North Foreland and Orfordness. The Flemish engraver Gerard Bouttats, who worked in Antwerp, Cologne and Vienna, illustrated Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato's histories, including an Italian-text map of the Dutch attack on Medway in 1667.
NMM PAF4512, unidentified.
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Incendie de la Ville de Paita sur la Côte de Santa Fé, dans la Mer du Sud.
Incendie de la Ville de Paita sur la Côte de Santa Fé, dans la Mer du Sud.
[Paris, c.1756.]
Engraving. 210 x 370mm (8¼ x 14½"). Trimmed lower right for binding, binding folds as normal
A view of Commodore Anson's fleet attacking the Spanish town of Paita in north Peru, during his privateering circumnavigation. Published in Abbe Prevost's 'Histoire generale des voyages', it copies the engraving from the official account, probably drawn by Peircy Brett, Anson's first lieutenant.
[Ref: 49984]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Capture of the Argus, Aug.t. 14.th. 1813.
Capture of the Argus, Aug.t. 14.th. 1813.
Painted by T. Whitcombe. Engraved by T. Sutherland.
Publish'd Feb.y. 1. 1817 at 48 Strand for J. Jenkin's Naval Achievements.
Handcoloured aquatint. With letterpress. Plate: 300 x 220, (12 x 8¾"). Very large margins.
A naval battle scene showing the capture of the American brig Argus under the command of Lieutenant W. H. Allen by the British brig Pelican under the command of Commander J. F. Maples off St. David's lighthouse. From 'The Naval Achievements of Great Britain from the Year 1793-1817' by J.Jenkins.
Parker: 232.
[Ref: 39372]   £360.00  
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Attack on Gibraltar in 1781, by the Spanish Floating Batteries.
Attack on Gibraltar in 1781, by the Spanish Floating Batteries.
Hamilton R.A. del.t Wells delt.
[Bunney & Gold, 1804.]
Aquatint. 140 x 229mm. 5½ x 9". Slightly cut.
The Great Siege of Gibraltar was an unsuccessful attempt by Spain and France to capture Gibraltar from the British during the American War of Independence. It was the longest siege endured by the British Armed Forces. In November 1781 the British garrison filed silently out of the defence works and made a surprise sortie. They routed the whole body of the besieging infantry in the trenches, set their batteries on fire, blew up and spiked their cannon, destroyed their entrenchments, and killed or took prisoner a large number of the Spaniards.
Parker: 92, i. NMM: PAI2904; for another item demonstrating the floating batteries used to attack Gibraltar, see ref. 13789
[Ref: 25156]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Capture of the Badere Zaffir, July 6.th. 1808.
Capture of the Badere Zaffir, July 6.th. 1808.
Painted by Whitcombe. Engraved by T. Sutherland.
Pub.d. Dec.r. 1. 1816, at 48 Strand, for J. Jenkins's Naval Achievements.
Hand coloured aquatint. Plate: 300 x 215mm (12 x 8½"). Very large margins.
A naval scene showing the capture of the Turkish vessel Badere-I-Zaffér by the British frigate Seahorse under the command of Captain J. Stewart. The Badere-I-Zaffér was so badly damaged that she was useless to the British navy. From 'The Naval Achievements of Great Britain from the Year 1793-1817' by J.Jenkins.
[Ref: 39264]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Destruction of the French Fleet in Basque Roads_ April 12.th. 1809.
Destruction of the French Fleet in Basque Roads_ April 12.th. 1809.
Painted by T. Whitcombe. Engraved by T. Sutherland.
Published Feb.y. 1. 1817 at 48 Strand for J. Jenkin's Naval Achievements.
Handcoloured aquatint. Plate: 300 x 220, (12 x 8¾"). Very large margins.
A naval scene showing the defeat of the French fleet under Vice-Admiral Willaumez, by the British under the command of Admiral Lord Gambier and Lord Thomas Cochrane off the coast of the Isle d'Aix. The British failed to defeat the entire fleet and Cochrane publically accused Gambier of not persuing the French hard enough. From 'The Naval Achievements of Great Britain from the Year 1793-1817' by J.Jenkins.
Parker: 200.
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The Action off Cape Francois. 21. Oct.r 1757 between three English, & seven French Ships of Warr, wherein the latter were entirely defeated. [List of ships to the right.]
The Action off Cape Francois. 21. Oct.r 1757 between three English, & seven French Ships of Warr, wherein the latter were entirely defeated. [List of ships to the right.]
Swain pinx. Goldar Sc.t
London: Engrav'd for Harrison's Edition of Rapin. Pub.d as the Act directs, March 17, 1786.
Engraving. Plate 229 x 342mm. 9 x 13½".
The Battle of Cap-Français was a naval engagement during the Seven Years' War fought between the French and British forces outside the Harbour of Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue on 21 October 1757.
See NMM: PAD5243. Parker: 1240.
[Ref: 23387]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Battle of Erie.
Battle of Erie.
Printed by Sam.l Maverick N.Y. Engraved by P. Maverick. Newark N.J.
[n.d. c.1815.]
Engraving. 133 x 215mm. 5¼ x 8½". Repairs to large tear into upper edge of image and smaller tears right.
The War of 1812 at Lake Erie where Commander Oliver Perry fought a successful and victorious fleet actions against a task force of the Royal Navy. Nine vessels of the United States Navy defeated and captured six vessels of Great Britain's Royal Navy. This ensured American control of the lake for the rest of the war, which in turn allowed the Americans to recover Detroit and win the Battle of the Thames to break the Indian confederation of Tecumseh. It was one of the biggest naval battles of the War of 1812.
[Ref: 23837]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Battle of Erie, 2.d View.
Battle of Erie, 2.d View.
P. Maverick sc. Newark N.J.
Printed by Sam.l Maverick New York. [n.d. c.1815.]
Engraving. 133 x 215mm. 5¼ x 8½". Tear to right.
The War of 1812 at Lake Erie where Commander Oliver Perry fought a successful and victorious fleet actions against a task force of the Royal Navy. Nine vessels of the United States Navy defeated and captured six vessels of Great Britain's Royal Navy. This ensured American control of the lake for the rest of the war, which in turn allowed the Americans to recover Detroit and win the Battle of the Thames to break the Indian confederation of Tecumseh. It was one of the biggest naval battles of the War of 1812.
[Ref: 23838]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Battle of Navarino.
Battle of Navarino.
J. Rarnage. J. Godfrey.
William Mackenzie, London, Edinburgh & Glasgow.
Engraving. 171 x 222mm. 6¾ x 8¾. Cut.
Battle of Navarino, 20th October 1827, part of the Greek War of Independence (1821-32). The combined Ottoman and Egyptain armada were destroyed by a combined British, French and Russian naval force.
[Ref: 15110]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Combat de Navarin.
Combat de Navarin. T.3. Page. 12.
L. Garneray del. Pardinel sculp.
Paris; Imp. Chardon Jne & fils; r Bacine, 3. [n.d. c.1837.]
Engraving. 190 x 280mm. 7½ x 11". Some creasing along upper and lower edge.
The Battle of Navarino (20 October 1827) was a naval battle during the Greek War of Independence in Navarino Bay in the Ionian Sea. A combined force of Ottoman and Egyptian power engaged in battle with a combined British, French and Russian naval force that saw the Ottoman and Egyptian armada destroyed. It was notable for being the last major naval battle in history to be fought entirely with sailing ships.
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Bataille de Navarin. 20 Oct. 1827.
Bataille de Navarin. 20 Oct. 1827. 976. Gal.rie Hist.que de Versailles. 208.
Peint par Ch. Langlois. Gravé par Chavanne.
Diagraphe et Pantographe Gavard. [n.d. c.1830.]
Coloured engraving. Plate 296 x 266mm. 11¾ x 10½".
The Battle of Navarino (20 October 1827) was a naval battle during the Greek War of Independence in Navarino Bay in the Ionian Sea. A combined force of Ottoman and Egyptian power engaged in battle with a combined British, French and Russian naval force that saw the Ottoman and Egyptian armada destroyed. It was notable for being the last major naval battle in history to be fought entirely with sailing ships. Original held in the "Musée National des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon".
[Ref: 25701]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Over-Groot Zee-geveght; tussen den Holl. Heer L. Adm. Tromp, en den Eng. Adm. Blaak; op den i. Martius A9. 1653.
Over-Groot Zee-geveght; tussen den Holl. Heer L. Adm. Tromp, en den Eng. Adm. Blaak; op den i. Martius A9. 1653.
[Engraved by Jodocus Hondius III after Jan Abrahamszoon Beerstraten.]
[n.d., c.1655.]
Etching, rare. 140 x 175mm (5½ x 7"). Trimmed to printed border, extra margin added.
A view of the Battle of Portland, a three-day naval battle (18-20 February 1653 or 28 February - 2 March 1653 in the Gregorian calendar used here), part of the First Angl-Dutch War. The outline of the English coast is shown from the Isle of Wight east to Beachy Head (Bevesier), with Portsmouth, Arundel and Newhaven., with a key of the ships. The battle pitched Lieutenant-Admiral Maarten Tromp against Admiral Robert Blake in the English Channel. Despite Tromp withdrawing before Blake could commence a fourth day of action and Blake's capture of between 20-40 Dutch merchantmen and at least eight Dutch warships, both sides claimed victory. From a series of illustrations by Jan Abrahamsz. Beerstraten (1622 - 1666) of the war.
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[Combat de la Hogue, 1692 le 29 Mai]
[Combat de la Hogue, 1692 le 29 Mai]
B. West Pinxit. E....Voysard. Sculpsit.
[Se vend a Paris, Rue de Gevre, chez Isabey. P.D.R. n.d., c.1790]
Engraving, scratched letter, centre crest, proof before title with centre crest , 285 x 330mm. 11¼ x 13". Minor discolouration to the paper, small area of abrasion on the back of the print not effecting the front.
Dramatic representation of the sea battle of The Hogue in 1692, with, on the right, the French trying to escape in small boats; coat of arms in lower margin. After Benjamin West (1738 - 1820), a copy reduced in size by Étienne Claude Voysard (1746 - 1812) of a plate engraved by William Woollett in 1781.
BM: 1838,1110.19. See reference number 11903
[Ref: 11488]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Battle of the Nile.
Battle of the Nile. Representing the situation of the two Fleets, previous to the blowing up of the L'Orient, on the Night of Aug.1. 1798.
Whitcomb Pinx.t. Hellyer Sculp.t.
London, Published Jan.y 1 1806 by R. Bowyer, Historic Gallery Pall Mall.
Coloured aquatint. Sheet 475 x 715mm (18¾ x 28"). Trimmed inside platemark, repairs, few creases.
The Battle of the Nile (or Aboukir Bay), fought between the British and French navies on the Mediterranean Coast off Egypt from 1-3 August 1798, which resulted in a decisive victory for the British under the command of Lord Nelson. This print shows the decisive moment when the French flagship 'Orient' (in the centre of the image) caught fire. The British, observing this, directed their cannon fire into the blaze, spreading the flames and preventing French efforts to extinguish the fire. The other ships seen here, both French and British, then moved away from the 'Orient' in anticipation of the huge explosion which took place once the fire reached the ship's magazines.
Not in Parker
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A Squadron under Sail to form a Line of Battle / Battle of the Nile 1798.
A Squadron under Sail to form a Line of Battle / Battle of the Nile 1798.
T. Burford fecit.
[Printed for Rob. Sayer Fleet Street]
Mezzotint with etching on wove paper, platemark 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Small margins.
Reissued print (originally made c.1760-1770) given a new title to capitalise on current affairs. The printmaker Thomas Burford (b.1710, d. in or after 1776), who was most likely dead by the time of the battle, had made a set of four naval prints in addition to the hunting scenes for which he was best known. At the time of the Battle of the Nile they were all republished (this print, the second in the set, originally bore just the first part of the title with parallel text in French).
Ex: Collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd; for earlier state see ref. 37203
[Ref: 37200]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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A Squadron at Anchor preparing to Sail / Battle of the Nile 1798.
A Squadron at Anchor preparing to Sail / Battle of the Nile 1798.
T. Burford fecit.
Printed for Rob. Sayer Fleet Street
Mezzotint with etching on wove paper, platemark 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Small margins.
Reissued print (originally made c.1760-1770) given a new title to capitalise on current affairs. The printmaker Thomas Burford (b.1710, d. in or after 1776), who was most likely dead by the time of the battle, had made a set of four naval prints in addition to the hunting scenes for which he was best known. At the time of the Battle of the Nile they were all republished (this print, the first in the set, originally bore just the first part of the title, along with parallel text in French).
Ex: Collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd
[Ref: 37201]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Battle of the Nile.
Battle of the Nile. Representing the situation of the two Fleets, previous to the blowing up of the L'Orient, on the Night of Aug.1. 1798.
Whitcomb Pinx.t Hellyer Sculp.t
London, Published Jan.y 1 1806 by R. Bowyer, Historic Gallery Pall Mall
Aquatint, sheet 485 x 715mm (19 x 28"). Trimmed inside platemark.
The Battle of the Nile (also known as the Battle of Aboukir Bay), fought between the British and French navies on the Mediterranean Coast off Egypt from 1-3 August 1798, which resulted in a decisive victory for the British under the command of Lord Nelson. This print shows the decisive moment when the French flagship 'Orient' (in the centre of the image) caught fire. The British, observing this, directed their cannon fire into the blaze, spreading the flames and preventing French efforts to extinguish the fire. The other ships seen here, both French and British, then moved away from the 'Orient' in anticipation of the huge explosion which took place once the fire reached the ship's magazines.
Not in Parker
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A Squadron under Sail to form a Line of Battle.
A Squadron under Sail to form a Line of Battle. Escadre sous Voile pour se mettre en Ligne 2.
T. Burford fecit.
[first impression c.1760-70, this impression c.1790]
Mezzotint with etching on laid paper, platemark 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Very large margins
Reissued print (originally made c.1760-1770), with etched outline added to the worn mezzotint ground to help disinguish the forms. The original printmaker Thomas Burford (b.1710, d. in or after 1776) was most likely dead by the time this impression was printed. This plate was originally the second plate (see number lower left) in a set of four prints on the stages of a naval battle. Following the Battle of the Nile in 1798 the titles of the prints were changed to capitalise on interest in the event.
For later impression with 'Battle of the Nile' title see ref. 37200. Ex: Collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 37203]   £250.00   (£300.00 incl.VAT)
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A Close Engagement.
A Close Engagement. Combat Bord a Bord 3.
T. Burford fecit.
[first impression c.1760-70, this impression c.1790]
Mezzotint with etching on laid paper, platemark 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Very large margins
Reissued print (originally made c.1760-1770), with etched outline added to the worn mezzotint ground to help disinguish the forms. The original printmaker Thomas Burford (b.1710, d. in or after 1776) was most likely dead by the time this impression was printed. This plate was originally the third plate (see number lower left) in a set of four prints on the stages of a naval battle. Following the Battle of the Nile in 1798 the titles of the prints were changed to capitalise on interest in the event.
Ex: Collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 37204]   £250.00   (£300.00 incl.VAT)
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The Enemy's strikeing their Flags / Battle of the Nile 1798
The Enemy's strikeing their Flags / Battle of the Nile 1798
T. Burford del. fecit.
[Printed for Rob. Sayer Fleet Street]
Mezzotint with etching on wove paper, platemark 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Small margins.
Reissued print (originally made c.1760-1770) given a new title to capitalise on current affairs. The original mezzotint ground was very worn by this point and etched outlines were added to help make the forms recognisable. The printmaker Thomas Burford (b.1710, d. in or after 1776), who was most likely dead by the time of the battle, had made a set of four naval prints in addition to the hunting scenes for which he was best known. At the time of the Battle of the Nile they were all republished (this print, the fourth in the set, originally bore just the first part of the title, along with parallel text in French).
Ex: Collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd
[Ref: 37202]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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I.re Vue du Combat de Beachy-Head
I.re Vue du Combat de Beachy-Head Entre les Flottes combinées d'Angleterre, de Hollande et celle de France commandée par de Tourville en 1690.
N. Ozanne del.t. F. Dequevauviller sculp.t.
[n.d., c.1790.]
Engraving. 290 x 395mm (11½ x 15½"). Repaired tears, a few small holes in large margins.
The Battle of Beachy Head, fought on the 10th July 1690, between an Anglo-Dutch fleet and the French navy. as part of the Nine Years' War. The English Admiral Torrington wanted to withdraw in the face of a larger opponent but was ordered to fight by Mary II, leading to a defeat that left the French in control of the English Channel. Blamed, Torrington was court martialed but acquitted. The day after Beachy Head William III won the Battle of the Boyne.
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[The Battle of Beachy Head]
[The Battle of Beachy Head] A Prospect of the Late Engagement at Sea between the English and the French Fleets on Monday the thirtieth of June 1690 [...]
Etching, platemark 200 x 385mm (8 x 15¼"). Folds as issued; restrike.
The Battle of Beachy Head (Bévéziers), a naval engagement in 1690 off the south coast of England during the Nine Years' War (1688-97). It was the greatest French tactical victory during the war, and resulted in the English Channel temporarily falling into French hands.
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Adml Benbow courageously commanding his Men to fight after his Leg was shattered
Adml Benbow courageously commanding his Men to fight after his Leg was shattered
[Anon.]
London: Thomas Kelly [n.d., c.1820].
Engraving, image 125 x 180mm. 5 x 7".
John Benbow (10 March 1653 – 4 November 1702) on the deck of a warship during a battle issuing orders while his wounded leg is dressed by two sailors. Benbow joined the navy aged 25 years, seeing action against Algerian pirates before leaving and joining the merchant navy where he traded until the Glorious Revolution of 1688, whereupon he returned to the Royal Navy and was commissioned. He was wounded during action against a French force in the West Indies during the War of the Spanish Succession and died at Port Royal, Kingston, Jamaica on 4 November 1702.
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The situation of La Pique of 40 Guns, 400 Men, a French Frigate, & His Mtys Ship Blanche of 32 Guns,
The situation of La Pique of 40 Guns, 400 Men, a French Frigate, & His Mtys Ship Blanche of 32 Guns, and having on board only 180 Men, about 2 o' Clock in the Morning after the Blanche had lost her Main, & Mizen Masts. The Action began about half past 12, and continued till half past 5 in the Morning; Captn. Faulknor fell when the Ships were in the above situation. [&] The situation of His Mtys. Ship Blanche, of 32 Guns & 180 Men, & the French Frigate La Pique, of 40 Guns & 400 Men, at a quarter past 5 o'Clock in the Morning, about a quarter of an hour before the Pique surrendered, having been towed in that way near 3 hours and a half, and having made frequent attempts to board the Blanche without success. _ The Blanche 8 killed & 12 wounded, the Pique 106 killed & 110 wounded.
Drawn by Lieutt. Thos. Orde. C. Rosenberg Fecit.
[Published London by J. Bretherton, 1797.]
Pair of aquatints, each image 295 x 435mm. 11½ x 17¼". Trimmed to plates. Paper time stained, vertical crease through second plate.
The engagement between the frigate HMS Blanche and French frigate Pique off Guadaloupe in the Caribbean. After seven hours the Pique surrendered, in what was considered the longest engagement ever fought. The House of Commons ordered a monument to be erected in St. Paul's Cathedral to the memory of Captain R. Faulknor, who had died in the struggle.
Parker: 105, b.
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Bomarsund. Combined Attack on the Forts. August 15,_1854. Bomarsund. Attaque Combinée des Forts. 15 Aout,_1854.
Bomarsund. Combined Attack on the Forts. August 15,_1854. Bomarsund. Attaque Combinée des Forts. 15 Aout,_1854. The English & French Fleets in the Baltic, 1854.
O.W. Brierly, Del. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
London Published Feby 1.st 1855, by Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen, 17, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Tinted lithograph, framed. Visible area 452 x 635mm (17¾ x 25").
Bombardment of Bomarsund viewed from the sea; observation barge with cannon foreground centre. The Battle of Bomarsund, the Anglo-French task force against the Russian defenses at Bomarsund during the Crimean War. After the surrender of the Russian forces, the French and British demolished the fortress, and the Treaty of Paris 1856, saw the demilitarisation of the Aland Islands. From a series of 15 lithographs.
Parker: 261.a. RMG: PAH8325.
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Bombardment of Algiers, Aug.t. 27.th. 1816.
Bombardment of Algiers, Aug.t. 27.th. 1816.
Printed in T. Whitcombe. Engraved by T. Sutherland.
Published March 1. 1817 at 48 Strand for J. Jenkins's Naval Achievements.
Handcoloured aquatint. Plate: 300 x 215mm (11¾ x 8½"). Very large margins.
Following the massacre of 200 Corsican, Sicilian and Sardinian fisherman under British protection in May 1816 by the Deys of Algiers, Britain sent a squadron of nineteen ships to act against the forts of Algiers. On 27th August the fleet anchored and opened fire on the fortifications, the bombardment continued for eight hours only ceasing when the enemy's fleet was destroyed and the fortifications in ruins. Whilst the action took place Captain Brisbane had a meeting with the Dey of Algiers who agreed to return 1200 Christian slaves and various reparations. From 'The Naval Achievements of Great Britain from the Year 1793-1817' by J.Jenkins.
Parker: 241.
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The Spartan, Capt.n J. Brenton, engaging a French squadron in the Bay of Naples, May 3rd, 1810.
The Spartan, Capt.n J. Brenton, engaging a French squadron in the Bay of Naples, May 3rd, 1810.
From a drawing by Sir J. Brenton. Painted by Whitcombe. Engraved by Bailey.
[n.d, c.1810.]
Aquatint. Sheet 160 x 240mm, 6¼ x 9½". Narrow bottom margin.
'Spartan', with a crew of 259 and 46 guns, defeated a squadron headed by two frigates and armed in total with 95 guns and a complement of 1400 men. 'Spartan's' commander, Captain Jahleel Brenton, received a wound that ended his naval career, and received a baronetcy in December 1810.
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The King George disabled, and other Privateers in chase, with the Appearance of His Majesty's Ship the Russell at the time the Dartmouth was blown up, engaging the Gloriosa Octr 9th 1748.
The King George disabled, and other Privateers in chase, with the Appearance of His Majesty's Ship the Russell at the time the Dartmouth was blown up, engaging the Gloriosa Octr 9th 1748.
Brooking Pinxt. Boydell Sculpt.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament 1753, & Sold by J. Boydell Engraver, at the Unicorn the Corner of Queen Street Cheapside.
Engraving 465 x 330mm.
The Spanish 74-gun ship, 'Glorioso', was on her way to Cadiz from Ferrol, where she had landed treasure, when she was attacked by a number of English ships including the 'Royal family' squadron of privateers commanded by Commodore Walker. She was engaged by several ships of inferior force including Walker's privateer the 'King George', 32 guns, which kept up a close but unequal struggle for several hours, and the 'Dartmouth', 50 guns, which blew up. After a five-hour battle, the 'Glorioso' was finally captured by the 'Russell', 80 guns, which was returning half-manned from the Mediterranean. Charles Brooking (1723–59) Unde the patronage of Taylor White and commission from him for the Foundling Hosptial, Brooking became a most celebrated marine painter whose pupils may well have included Serres and Swaine.
Parker:51a.
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The Brave Capt.n Tyrrell, in the Buckingham of 66 guns, 472 Men,
The Brave Capt.n Tyrrell, in the Buckingham of 66 guns, 472 Men, Defeating the Florisant, 74 Gun, 700 Men, Aigrette, 38 Guns, 350 Men, Atalante, 28 Guns, 350 Men, three French Ships of War, on the 3 of Nov.r 1758, that were Convoying Dutch Ships with Provisions to Martininico. London, Engrav'd for Harrison's edition of Rapin.
Swain Pinx.t [but Richard Paton]. Goldar Sculp.t.
Publish'd as the Act directs, July 28 1786.
Engraving. 220 x 330mm (8¾ x 13") very large margins. Trimmed intto plate at top, repaired tear through title at top.
A sea battle in the West Indies, fought during the Seven Years' War (1756-63), with a single British ship taking on and defeating three French vessels. Richard Tyrell (1716?-1766, later Rear-Admiral) spent most of his naval career in the West Indies. Resigning his commission in 1766 he died of fever on his return to England and was buried at sea. A memorial was erected in Westminster Abbey. Although the painter is named as Swaine, it is in fact Richard Paton. This is a smaller version of the engraving by Canot published in 1750
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Battle off Cabareta Point_July 12.th. 1801.
Battle off Cabareta Point_July 12.th. 1801.
Painted by Whitecombe. T. Sutherland sculp.t.
London Pub. March 1. 1816 at 48 Strand for J. Jenkins's Naval Achievements.
Handcoloured aquatint, 215 x 300mm (8½ x 11¾") very large margins.
A naval scene showing the Battle between the British fleet under the command of Sir James Saumarez and a combined French and Spanish force off the coast of Algeciras and Gibraltar. From 'The Naval Achievements of Great Britain from the Year 1793-1817' by J.Jenkins.
Parker: 157.
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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.
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The Engagement between the British and Dutch Fleets, Oct.r 11th 1797
The Engagement between the British and Dutch Fleets, Oct.r 11th 1797
Designed & Engraved by W. Elmes.
[c.1797]
Aquatint, sheet 165 x 222mm (6½ x 8¾"). Very rare; trimmed.
The Battle of Camperdown (11 October 1797), 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.
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The Action near Cape Francois on the 21st of Oct.re 1757 between his Majesty's Ships the Augusta, Dreadnought, & Edinburgh, under the Command of Capt.n Forrest,
The Action near Cape Francois on the 21st of Oct.re 1757 between his Majesty's Ships the Augusta, Dreadnought, & Edinburgh, under the Command of Capt.n Forrest, and seven French Men of War, when the latter, where defeated, and oblig'd to sheer off in a shattered condition.
Engraved for Russell's History of England. [n.d., 1788.]
Engraving. 180 x 295mm, 7 x 11½". Slight damp staining in margin.
Battle fought off Hispaniola in the West Indies between three Royal Navy ships under the command of Capt. Arthur Forrest and a squadron of seven French ships. After two and a half hours of brisk firing the French retreated, but the Royal Navy ships were unable to pursue.
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To the Honourable the Court of Directors of the United Company of Merchants of England, Trading to the East Indies,
To the Honourable the Court of Directors of the United Company of Merchants of England, Trading to the East Indies, This Representation of the Engagement, between their Ships Suffolk, Houghton and Godolphin, and Two French Ships of War; onthe 9th day of March 1757. Is Inscribed by their Most Obedient, Humble Servant, Rob.t Willock.
Design'd & Painted by R Paton. Engrav'd by P.C. Canot.
London 15.th April 1758, Publish'd According to Act of Parliament, To be had of R. Paton in Wardour Street, Soho, & R. Willock in Cornhill.
Engraving. Sheet: 380 x 515mm (15 x 20¼''). Trimmed within plate. Few minor repairs.
A battle scene showing three East Indiamen engaging with two French ships off the Cape of Good Hope on 9th March 1757. Three homeward bound East Indiamen, the ‘Suffolk’, ‘Houghton’ and ‘Godolphin’ were intercepted by two French privateers off the Cape of Good Hope. The merchantmen were heavily laden and represented great riches for the French privateers. However they were unable to capture them when the Indiamen formed a line and beat them off after a three hour engagement.
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[Six of Caracogia's ships taken by the Prince of Hess near the port of La Goulette, Tunis, 24 September 1640]
[Six of Caracogia's ships taken by the Prince of Hess near the port of La Goulette, Tunis, 24 September 1640] Prise de Six Vaisseaux de Caracogia faite auprès le Port de la Goulette de Tunis par le Ven.ble Prince de Hesse General des Galeres le 24. 9.bre 1640
[Anon.]
Pen and ink with watercolour wash, 195 x 270mm (7¾ x 9½"). Damaged; glued to backing sheet; oxidising in sky.
The taking of ships from the famous corsair Caracogia in the port of Tunis in 1640.
[Ref: 41642]   £650.00  
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Cartagena 1st September 1873.
Cartagena 1st September 1873. British Squadron under Vice Admiral Sir Hastings R. Yelverton K.C.B., removing revolted Spanish War Ships ''Vitoria'' and ''Almansa'' from Escombrera Bay.
A. Yockney 1 Sep. 73. Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, lith.
[n.d., c.1874.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour, scarce. Printed area 360 x 560mm (14 x 22"), framed in original maple. Some spotting, unexamined out of frame.
The Royal Navy in action at Catagena, in Murcia, Spain, helping with the suppression of the Cantonal Revolution, an attempt to break the First Spanish Republic into autonomous regions.
[Ref: 45852]   £390.00  
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Chesapeake  and Shannon.
Chesapeake and Shannon.
[Boston: Published by Barber Badger. 1816.]
Wood engraving, 128 x 215mm. 5 x 8½". Small tear into right-hand edge of image.
The naval action between USS Chesapeake and HMS Shannon during which the Shannon won and and captured the Chesapeake; War of 1812. From "The Naval Temple: Containing A Complete History of the Battles Fought by the Navy of the United States".
[Ref: 23832]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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Com. Macdonough's Victory on Lake Champlain Sep.r 11.th 1814.
Com. Macdonough's Victory on Lake Champlain Sep.r 11.th 1814. Engraved for the Naval Monument.
[Abel Bowen.] M. Corne px. W. Hoogland sc.
[Published by George Clark. 1840.]
Engraving. 133 x 215mm. 5¼ x 8½".
Master Commandant Thomas Macdonough led the successful counter attack on the Royal Navy, and at the mouth of Otter Creek, he constructed a battery which which he repelled the attack and drove the Royal Navy back to Isle Aux Noix in Canadian waters. From Bowen's "Naval Monument".
[Ref: 23809]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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First View of Com. Perry's Victory.
First View of Com. Perry's Victory. Engraved for the Naval Monument.
[Abel Bowen.] M. Corne P. W.B. Annin sc.
[Published by George Clark. 1840.]
Engraving. 133 x 215mm. 5¼ x 8½".
The War of 1812 at Lake Erie where Commander Oliver Perry fought a successful and victorious fleet actions against a task force of the Royal Navy. From Bowen's "Naval Monument". See ref:23803 for similar.
[Ref: 23801]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Second View of Com. Perry's Victory.
Second View of Com. Perry's Victory. Engraved for the Naval Monument.
[Abel Bowen.] M. Corne P. W.B. Annin sc.
[Published by George Clark. 1840.]
Engraving. 133 x 215mm. 5¼ x 8½".
The War of 1812 at Lake Erie where Commander Oliver Perry fought a successful and victorious fleet actions against a task force of the Royal Navy. From Bowen's "Naval Monument". Also see ref:23801 for similar.
[Ref: 23803]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Admiral Cornwallis's retreat from the French Fleet.
Admiral Cornwallis's retreat from the French Fleet.
Anderson del. Wells Sculp.
Publish'd 1 March 1802, by Bunney & Gold.
Aquatint. 140 x 227mm. 5½ x 9".
A depiction of the First Battle of Groix (1795) during the French Revolutionary War off the west coast of France. The British squadron under Admiral William Cornwallis, consisting of five ships of the line, two frigates and one cutter, are caught cruising near Brest by a French fleet of twelve sail of the line and fourteen large frigates. Cornwallis was compelled to retreat.
Parker: 109, b.
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