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Equity or a Sailor's Prayer before Battle. Anecdote of the Battle of Trafalgar
(caricature) Mounted with PAG8555.; No.42.
A post-Trafalgar satire showing a scene of the deck of a British vessel. It offers an unusually adversarial stance taken from the perspective of the lower-deck sailor. With cannon being prepared, the tar is shown on his knees at prayer. At this, one of the officers remarks
Original size: 252 mm x 354 mm
- Image reference: PX8554
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London