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The cavalry embarking at Blackwall
This is an interpretation of an embarkation of cavalry probably from Perry's dock, Blackwall. The troops are thought to be on their way to Ostend, where they were ordered for foreign service. The soldiers wear a uniform with red facings, and approximately 800 were embarked altogether, including the 11th and 15th Dragoons and Horse Guards.
- Image reference: BHC1805
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London