Crimean War: a blazing battle in and around the harbour at Sevastopol, details of the French and English ships are given. Wood engraving, 1855.
- 14 April 1855
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Sebastopol: first day's attack by the allied fleet and armies of France and England. Sanspareil, 70. Tribune, 31. Queen, 116. Vesuvius. Acamemnon, 91, Adl. Lyons. Circassia, tug. Vengeance. 84. Highflyer. Bellecophon. 78. Cyclops. Rodney. Spitfire. Trafalgar. Retribution. Vladimir. Britannia, Adl. Dundas. furious. Henri, 4, 100. Canada. Napoleon, 100. (Rear Admiral) Mahmoudie, 130, (Turkish Admiral) Valmy, 120, Descartes, Ville de Paris, 120. Primauget. Jupiter, 86. C. Colombo. Bayard, 90. Orenoque. Friedland. Vauban. Tishrefech, 80. Tarif. Montebello. (Rear Admiral) Marengo, 80. Labrador. Alger. Magellan.
London (108, Strand) : published by William Little, 14 April 1855.
1 print : wood engraving ; image 44.7 x 74.5 cm
Wellcome Library no. 24466i
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