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An Exact View of the Battle of Culloden,
An Exact View of the Battle of Culloden, Fought on the 16th of April, 1746, when his Royal Highness ye Duke of Cumberland, obtained a compleat Victory over ye Rebels.
[engraved by Benjamin Cole.]
Beware you are not impos'd on, but mind the name B. Cole, Engraver, the Corner of King's Head, Cout Holborn, is at the bottom of this Print, all others being Counterfeit. Price 6p.
Scarce & fine engraving. 335 x 280mm (13¼ x 11"). Repairs to margins, publisher's inscription rubbed.
A view of the battle, with a description and four images of four medals struck in celebration.
NAM. 1971-02-33-133-1. Provenance: Ion Smeaton Munro (1883-1970) diplomat & writer.
[Ref: 52833]   £780.00  
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A Map of the Countries Adjacent to Carlisle Shewing the Route of the Rebels with Their Principal Fords over ye R.r Eden.
A Map of the Countries Adjacent to Carlisle Shewing the Route of the Rebels with Their Principal Fords over ye R.r Eden.
By G. Smith.
[London, 1746.]
Engraved map. Sheet 210 x 265mm (8¼ x 10½"). Trimmed to printed border, folds, with some surface wear, espceially in the key.
A contemporary map of the movements of the Scottish army around Carlisle during the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion, before Prince Charles Stuart's flight back to Scotland. Published in the 'Gentleman's Magazine' periodical, it has an inset of the Carlisle's defences.
Provenance: Ion Smeaton Munro (1883-1970) diplomat & writer.
[Ref: 52831]   £350.00  
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