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Attack of the English fleet in the Channel, 1717
'Attaque d'une Escadre Angloise dans la Manche. 1707. Pages 123 et 7. A. Escadre du Comte de Forbin. Le Lis La Gloire, abordant le Cumberland C.L. Achille abordant le Royal Oak D. Le Jason abordant le Chester E. Le Maure abordant le Rubis a Le Devonshire b. Queue de la Flotte Angloise. Figure XVe'. Pl.XIII.'
Original size: 317 mm x 240 mm
- Image reference: PU5206
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London