No.22 is a view of the Port side of the ship with an effect of sunrise in February 1837 and shewing the state of the snow walls at that time by William Smyth

No.22 is a view of the Port side of the ship with an effect of sunrise in February 1837 and shewing the state of the...

William Smyth

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No.22 is a view of the Port side of the ship with an effect of sunrise in February 1837 and shewing the state of the snow walls at that time by William Smyth zoom

No.22 is a view of the Port side of the ship with an effect of sunrise in February 1837 and shewing the state of the snow walls at that time

HMS 'Terror' (1813). See also BHC3655.
Lt. William Smyth

Original size: 159 mm x 239 mm

  • Image reference: PU9070

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