Product images of The Battle of the Glorious First of June, 1794; plan of the action
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The Battle of the Glorious First of June, 1794; plan of the action
A plan of the height of the action with the two flagships 'Queen Charlotte' and 'Montagne' on the far right at about the point the 'Montagne' was able to disengage from having shot away Howe's foretop, and 'Brunswick' and 'Vengeur' closely engaged just to their left. The British frigates are in the top right corner, with Pocock's abbreviated note attached to 'Pegasus' (Captain Barlow) as 'repeating Queen Charlotte's Signals'. Many of Pocock's drawings of the action can be orientated with regard to this plan, since he was an eyewitness to it from on board the 'Pegasus'.
Original size: 133 mm x 206 mm
- Image reference: PU8870
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London