Product images of Lord Anson's victory off Cape Finisterre, 3 May 1747
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Lord Anson's victory off Cape Finisterre, 3 May 1747
In the War of the Austrian Succession, Cape Finisterre was the scene of a naval battle between a British fleet of 14 ships of the line commanded by Sir George Anson, who had recently been promoted to Vice-Admiral of the Blue, and two French squadrons that had not yet parted company to proceed to their separate destinations. One was making for North America for the recovery of Cape Breton Island, the other, together with a convoy, was intended to operate against the British settlements on the Coromandel Coast of India.
- Image reference: BHC0369
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London