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HMY 'Mary' Arriving with Princess Mary at Gravesend in a fresh breeze, 12 February 1689
After Prince William of Orange landed in Torbay in November 1688, during the 'Glorious Revolution' which deposed his father-in-law, the Catholic King James II, James fled the country. Within three months William was sufficiently established in England for his wife, James's daughter Princess Mary, to come over from Briel to join him. Landing at Gravesend, she then travelled by coach to Greenwich to be received by her sister Anne and brother-in-law Prince George of Denmark.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
- Image reference: BHC0328
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London