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The scene between the 'Dominica' and 'Guadeloupe' in the West Indies, 12 April 1782
Inscribed 'The morning of the 12th April 1782 Representing that Gallant Scene between Dominica and Guadeloupe in the West Indies where... Admiral Lord Rodney is forcing the Enemy's Line (before letters)'. Plate 1.
Robert Dodd (artist)
Original size: 485 mm x 612 mm
- Image reference: PY7811
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London