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View of the British Fleet under the command of Admiral Duncan
Breaking through the Dutch Line off Camperdown, near the Texel. October 11th 1797. The British Squadron consisted of 7 ships of 74 guns - 7 of 64 guns - 2 of 50 guns - 2 frigates and 6 small cutters &c - The Dutch Fleet of 4 ships of 74 guns - 5 of 68 guns - 2 of 64 guns - 4 of 56 guns - 2 of 44 guns and 9 frigates, brigs, &c.'
John Fairburn (publisher)
Original size: 259 mm x 366 mm
- Image reference: PU0145
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London