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Battle of Algiers, 27 August 1816
Single sheet. Ms. Scale: [ca. 1:4 500]. Cartographic Note: North at 67 degrees. Ungraduated. Soundings. Contents Note: Shows the town and harbour and positions of ships. Key with a list of ships and numbers of guns. Signed by Sandsbury in the bottom margin. The bombardment of Algiers was carried out by the British to combat the slave trade.
- Image reference: F0011
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London