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Urbs Domingo in Hispaniola

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11 1/4 x 14". engraving.

From: Montanus, Arnoldus. De Nieewe en Onbekende Weereld. This print appeared in the above and also in Dr. Dapper's and John Ogilby's translations which were plagiarisms from Montanus.

The death of Nelson

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Scene depicting the death of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson during the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805.

7" x 10". engraving.

Landing at Jacmel, Hayti

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London, The Illustrated London News/ca. 1864

6" x 9 1/4"

Extract from the Illustrated London News 1864? Approximate date taken from printed matter on verso of print.

St. Kitts

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Engraving by Medland showing a property at Saint Kitts. A man is seen with a horse and in the distance, a fleet of ships are at sea.

5 1/4 x 8 1/2 col. aquatint.

View of Prince Rupert's Bay, Dominica

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Three men pulling the remnants of a wrecked ship at Prince Rupert's Bay in Dominica. Another boat/ship has been beached whilst two are at sea.

5 1/2" x 9". col. aquatint.

Admiral Sr. Geo Brydges Rodney, with a fleet under his command defeating a squadron of Spanish ships of war, commanded by Don Juan de Langara, in the night, 16 Jany 1780, near Cape St. Vincent

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"This plate is designed to represent the British Fleet in pursuit of the Flying Enemy, with their Van beginning the Attack which commenced between Four and Five o Clock in the Evening, and continued till Two o Clock the next Morning, and tho the…

A view of Morne Fortunea part of Carenage Bay and part of the Grand Cul-de-Sack Bay, in the island of St Lucia distant about one L'eagle

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Drawn from Nature by Chas. Forrest, Lt. 90 Regt. March 1781.
Engraved by Frans. Chesham.

10 1/4 (11 1/2" with title) x 18 1/2".
Col. aquatint.

A view of Pigeon Island and part of St. Lucia. Taken on 25th March 1780 at 9 o clock A.M.

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Drawn from nature by Lieutenant Cha. Forrest late of the 90 Regt, engraved by Fras. Chesham.

Published as the Act directs March 10, 1784 by W. Faden. London.

10 1/4 (11 1/4" with title) x 18 3/4".
Col. aquatint.