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The British squadron at Gibraltar, 12 July 1801
Inscribed 'To Sir James Saumarez'. This Plate representing the Condition of the British Squadron, on the morning of the 12 of July 1801 at the time the Caesar hauled out of Gibraltar Mole to pursue the Enemy's Fleet under way off Algeciras, is... dedicated by... Edwd Harding'.
Original size: 520 mm x 656 mm
- Image reference: PY7994
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London