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Urbs Domingo in Hispaniola

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

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

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

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

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

"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

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.

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.