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Defeat of the French and Italian squadron, 13 March 1811
'To The Right Honourable Charles Yorke, First Lord of the Admiralty &c.&c... British Frigates led by the Amphion, Captn. Hoste, and consisting of the following ships Cerebus Captn. Whitby, Active Captn. Gordon & Volage Captn. Hornby...off the Island of Lissa in the Adriatic on the 13th March 1811...'.
Original size: 510 mm x 661 mm
- Image reference: PZ6158
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London