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An English vice-admiral of the Red and his squadron at sea
The warship on the left is flying the plain red flag of a Vice-Admiral of the Red Squadron. Although the identity of the flagship is uncertain, it is possible that she is the 'Boyne' when she was Admiral Byng's flagship on his return to England in 1748. To the right is a ketch-rigged bomb-vessel, the masts set well back to provide space and a clear field of fire for the two mortars. There are a variety of naval craft present with a coastline to the right.
- Image reference: BHC1031
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London