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The 'Victory' sailing from Spithead
The 'Victory' is shown centre foreground, in port broadside view, under full sail. She flies the red ensign and the flag of Vice-Admiral of the Red, and the three-decker first-rate astern of her to the right is probably the 'Queen Charlotte'. This may be an interpretation of the Royal Review of the Grand Fleet at Spithead on 1 July 1791, when 'The Times' records that 'the Duke of Gloucester preceded by Lord Hood in his barge went out to Spithead'.
- Image reference: BHC3694
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London