To Sir Charles Middleton, Baronet, Comptroller of His Majesty's Navy, This plate of the memorable victory, the French commanded by the Compte De Grasse in the West Indies April 12th 1782 by Sir George Bridges Rodney Commander in Chief (sic) of the British Fleet is most respectfully inscribed by His most obedient humble servant, N. Pocock

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Title

To Sir Charles Middleton, Baronet, Comptroller of His Majesty's Navy, This plate of the memorable victory, the French commanded by the Compte De Grasse in the West Indies April 12th 1782 by Sir George Bridges Rodney Commander in Chief (sic) of the British Fleet is most respectfully inscribed by His most obedient humble servant, N. Pocock

Description

17" (18 1/2 with text) x 23"

Note: Lower left margin reads: "The Point of view from the Windward, the Commander in Chief in the Formidable leading the center of vision through the enemy line of Battle."

Subject

Ships; Battleships

Creator

Pinxt., Fras. Chesham, sculpt.
London, John Walker, 1784

Date

1784

Source

NLJ Print Collection - P722

Identifier

D0009019

Rights

Permission to reproduce this image must be obtained from the National Library of Jamaica.

Format

JPEG

Type

Print

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Citation

Pinxt., Fras. Chesham, sculpt. London, John Walker, 1784, “To Sir Charles Middleton, Baronet, Comptroller of His Majesty's Navy, This plate of the memorable victory, the French commanded by the Compte De Grasse in the West Indies April 12th 1782 by Sir George Bridges Rodney Commander in Chief (sic) of the British Fleet is most respectfully inscribed by His most obedient humble servant, N. Pocock,” National Library of Jamaica Digital Collection , accessed October 5, 2022, https://nljdigital.nlj.gov.jm/items/show/8197.