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[This Print of the Memorable Attack upon the French Camp on the Hills of Famars near Valenciennes by the Hanoverian Corp de Garde & Combined Armies under the Command of His Royal Highness on the 23d of May 1793;
[This Print of the Memorable Attack upon the French Camp on the Hills of Famars near Valenciennes by the Hanoverian Corp de Garde & Combined Armies under the Command of His Royal Highness on the 23d of May 1793; Is most humbly Dedicated to his most devoted humble serv.t Dan.l Orme.]
[M. Brown pinx.t Historical Painter to Their R. H. the Duke & Duchess of York. D. Orme sculp.t Historical Engraver to His Majesty & His R. H. the Prince of Wales.]
[Sold & Published Feb.y 1. 1796, by Dan.l Orme, No.14, Old Bond Street, London.]
Stipple, unfinished proof. Sheet 420 x 605mm (16½ x 23¾"). Trimmed to plate at sides and to image top and bottom, losing inscription area, vertical crease at centre.
Prince Frederick Augustus, later Duke of York, (1763 - 1827), on horseback, to the left, looking back over his shoulder at the cavalry behind him, pointing with his sword as he commands the British contingent, as the battle rages on to the right. The Duke oversaw the capture of the French Camp at Famars, which allowed for the rapid subjugation of Valenciennes.
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The Description of the Armies of Horse and Foot of his Majesties, and S.r Thomas Fairefax his Excellency, as they were drawn into severall bodyes, at the Battayle at Naseby; the Fowerteenth day of June 1645.
The Description of the Armies of Horse and Foot of his Majesties, and S.r Thomas Fairefax his Excellency, as they were drawn into severall bodyes, at the Battayle at Naseby; the Fowerteenth day of June 1645.
Streeter fecit.
[Printed for John Partridge.][n.d., c.1647.]
A very scarce engraving. Sheet: 490 x 735mm (19¼ x 29''). Backed and edged with cotton backing, damage, folds and creases as normal. Some foxing in plate.
A topographical battle plan showing the armies of Charles I and Prince Rupert and Oliver Cromwell and Thomas Fairfax at the Battle of Naseby in 1645, with a portrait of Fairfax in an oval in the top right corner. The Battle of Naseby was a decisive battle in the First Civil War as it all but destroyed the Royalist force and within a year Parliament had won the war.
A different state to image in 'Anglia Rediviva 1647'.
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