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A chart containing the traverse of HMS 'Goliath' on the Jamaica Station 1802
Single sheet. Col. ms. Medium: Pink silk border stitched to edge of sheet. Scale: [ca. 1:1 200 000 (lat)]. Cartographic Note: Borders graduated for lat & long. Contents Note: 'Goliath's' track. 5 views. Watercolour sketch of HMS 'Goliath' in a storm. 'Goliath' (74) had led the British fleet into action at the Battle of the Nile. In 1801 she sailed with a squadron to the West Indies. This chart records the track of an intensive patrol between the British island of Jamaica and San Domingo [Haiti], where the French were attempting to regain control after Toussaint l'Ouverture's revolt.
- Image reference: F0027
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London