Product images of HM Brig 'Acorn', 16 guns, in chase of the piratical slaver 'Gabriel'
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HM Brig 'Acorn', 16 guns, in chase of the piratical slaver 'Gabriel'
The British West Africa Squadron was established in 1808. Its primary role being to suppress any activity by British slavers. It was also assigned for other activities. The squadron was to be ready for combat at sea, to blockade ports between Cape Verde and Benguela if necessary, to seize foreign slavers, and to protect legitimate traders.
Nicolas Matthew Condy, the Younger
Original size: 375 mm x 536 mm
- Image reference: PX9195
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London