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Attack on St Paul's Island of Bourbon, 21 September 1809
'By the British Squadron under Commodore Rowley consisting of HM Ships Raisonable Boadicea Sirius Mereide Otter & E.I.C. Schooner Wasp and the Land Forces under Lt. Col. Keating 56th Regt. The advanced British Frigate is the Sirius, Capt Pym raking the French Frigate La Caroline. The first Battery, was taken by Lt Cottel, commanding R Marines & Lt Knight 56th per Orders of Lt Col Keating'.
Charles Leonard Irby
Original size: 211 mm x 258 mm
- Image reference: PU5787
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London