Product images of Sir Sidney Smith. Imprisoned in the Abbaye Paris
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Sir Sidney Smith. Imprisoned in the Abbaye Paris
Smith (1764-1840) was frigate captain at the start of the French Revolutionary War and in 1795 was captured on the coast of France during a cutting-out expedition and imprisoned in Paris until early 1798, largely because the French thought he was also engaged in espionage.
Philippe Auguste Hennequin
Original size: 315 mm x 200 mm
- Image reference: PW3568
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London