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The Bombardment and Capture of St Jean D'Acre
Inscribed: "For the Benefit of the Families of the killed in the Allied Fleet on the Coast of Syria, To the Honble. Sir R. Stopford, G.C.B, G.C.M.G. Admiral of the Red, Rear-Admiral of Great Britain and Commander in Chief of the Allied Fleet. This Plate of the Bombardment and Capture of St Jean D'Acre, is by permission, respectfully dedicated by his obliged & obedt Servant, The Author", surrounded with a detailed key. The bombardment took place on 3 November 1840. 'Benbow' is shown in the centre right of the picture. The Edinburgh is shown in the centre of the picture.Object number: PAH8189
Artist: Lt. J. F. Warre (artist); R. G. Reeve (engraver); A. H. Reeve (engraver); P & D Colnaghi & Co Ltd (publishers)
Original dimensions: 450 mm x 693 mm
- Image reference: 7019
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London