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(a) CLIPPER SCHOONER "HELLAS"
0. W. Brierly del. L. Haghe lith. Colored lithograph by Day & Haghe.

. Published London. Folio. Framed. (6) IRON SCHOONER “PROTO" G. Hawkins lith., from a drawing by T. B. Horner. Colored lithograph by Day & Haghe. Published London. Folio. Framed. (2)

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DEFEAT OF THE PIRATES
An English Seventeenth Century Man-of-War attacked by the Pirates.
The attack is repulsed.
Bernard F. Gribble pinxt. Colored print. Signed artist's proof. Large
folio. Framed.

9 THE DEFEAT OF THE SQUADRON OF DOM MIGUEL

On the night of the 10th of October off Vigo, 1832.
Painted by W. J. Huggins. Colored aquatint by E. Duncan. Folio.
Framed.

10 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MEN-OF-WAR

(a) VAU “NAPOLITAIN”, 74 CANNONS
(b) VAISSEAU ANGLAIS, 100 CANNONS
Emeric del. 1794. Merlo and Verico sculpt. Engravings, colored. Folio.
Framed. (2)

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ENGLISH NAVAL HISTORY
(a) BATTLE OFF CABARETA Point, JULY 12th, 1801
(b) VIEW OF GIBRALTAR
Painted by Whitcombe. Engraved by T. Sutherland. Published March
1816. Colored aquatints. Small folio. Framed. (2)

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ENGLISH AND FRENCH NAVAL ACTIONS
(a) CAPTURE OF "LA NEREIDE", Dec. 21st, 1797
(6) LORD HOTHAM's Action, March 14TH, 1795
Painted by T. Whitcombe. Engraved by T. Sutherland. Aquatints in
color. Small folio. Framed. (2)

13 (a) ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEETS IN THE BALTIC, 1854

Bomarsund. Combined attack on the Forts.
(6) H.M.S. “DRIVER" AND YACHT “GONDOLA”
0. W. Brierly del. Colored lithographs by Day & Son. Published Lon-
don, 1854. Large folio. Framed. (2)

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ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEETS IN THE BALTIC, 1854
(a) THE FLEETS BECALMED
(6) MEETING OF THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEETS OFF BARRO Sound
0. W. Brierly del. R. Carrick lith. Shipping by T. G. Dutton. Colored
lithographs by Day & Son. Published London, 1855.

Large folio.
Framed. (2)

15 (a) ENGLISH FLEET ENTERING THE GREAT BELT

(6) THE FLEET OFF HANGO
0. W. Brierly del. T. G. Dutton lith.

T. G. Dutton lith. Colored lithographs by Day &
Son. Published London, 1854 and '55. Large folio. Framed. (2)

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ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEETS IN THE BALTIC, 1854
(a) ARRIVAL OF GENERAL BARAGUAY D' HILLERIES AT LEDSUND
(b) RECONNAISSANCE OFF ABO
0. W. Brierly del. T. G. Dutton lith.

T. G. Dutton lith. Colored lithographs by Day &
Son. Published London, 1855. Folio. Framed. (2)

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THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEETS IN THE BALTIC, 1854
(a) REVEL FROM NARGEN ISLAND
(6) HELSINGFORS AND SWEABORG
0. W. Brierly del. T. Picken lith. Colored lithographs by Day & Son.
Published London, 1855. Folio. Framed. (2)

18 THE EXPERIMENTAL SQUADRON

GETTING UNDER WEIGH, and DEPARTURE FOR SPITHEAD, 1845
Painted by J. G. Gilbert. L. Haghe lith. Colored lithographs by Day
& Haghe. Published London, 1846. Folio. Framed. (2)

19 (a) THE FLEET PROVISIONING AT SEA

(6) VESSELS OF THE FRENCH IMPERIAL NAVY
Manning and Arming Boats.
0. W. Brierly del. T. G. Dutton lith. Colored lithographs by Day &
Son. Published London, 1855. Large folio. Framed. (2)

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FRENCH SEAPORTS
Brest, CHERBOURG, BORDEAUX, ROUEN and others.
Painted by N. Ozane. Engraved by Y. le Gouax.
[1776). Small folio. (13)

Published Paris

21 THE BATTLE OF NAVARINO

Painted by C. Langlois. Engraved by S. W. Reynolds. Large colored folio. Framed.

22 (a) OUTWARD BOUND

Off the Rock Fort and Lighthouse, Liverpool.
(6) HOMEWARD BOUND
Passing the Light-ship, Liverpool.
Painted by S. Walters. Engraved by H. Papprill. Colored. Folio.
Framed. (2)

23 VIEW OF RAMSGATE

With vessels in a strong gale, making for the Harbor.
Painted by W. J. Huggins. Engraved by E. Duncan. Colored aqua-
tint. Large folio. Framed.

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REEFING TOPSAILS
Painted by W. J. Huggins. Engraved by E. Duncan. Published Lon-
don, 1832. Colored aquatint. Large folio. Framed.

25 ROWING

RICHARD A. W. GREEN, CHAMPION OF ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA
View on the Thames with the Champion rowing in a shell.
Aston Bragg delt, et lith. F. Tallis imp. Colored lithograph, pub-
lished by George Newbold, London, 1863. Large folio. Framed.

26 ROWING

HENRY KELLY, CHAMPION OF THE THAMES AND YARE
Scene on the Thames, with Henry Kelly rowing in a shell.
Colored lithograph by George Newbold. Published London. Large folio.
Framed.

27 H.M.S. "SAMARANG," 26 GUNS

In a gale crossing the Bay of Biscay, Dec. 1846.
T. G. Dutton lith. Colored lithograph by Ackermann & Co. Published
London. Folio. Framed.

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THE SCHOONER YACHT “NANCY DAWSON”
Built for Robert Shedden, and used for cruising in search of Sir John
Franklin's Expedition.
Painted by Sargent. T. G. Dutton lith. Colored lithograph by Day &
Son. Published London, 1851. Folio. Framed.

29 THE H. C. S. “SIR DAVID SCOTT”

At the entrance of the Straits of Sunda, Feb. 1830.
Painted by J. W. Huggins. Engraved by E. Duncan. Published Lon-
don, 1833. Colored aquatint. Large folio. Framed.
The “Sir David Scott”, one of the first British ships built after the
Repeal of the Three to One Act. This gave the British shipbuilders an
opportunity to compete with American-built vessels.

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30 SEAPORTS

BORDEAUX AND ALGER
Colored lithographs by Gosselin. Folio.

Framed. (2)

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SEVENTEENTH CENTURY MEN-OF-WAR
(a) “LE COMMERCE DE MARSEILLE”, 118 GUNS
(6) CORVETTE ANGLAISE, 30 CANNONS
Emeric del. 1794. Line engravings by Merlo and Canali. Folio. Col-
ored. Framed. (2)

32 STEAMBOAT "CHANCELLOR LIVINGSTON”

Two views of the vessel, with key and diagram below.
Aquatint by Klinckowstrom. Folio. Framed.
An interesting item pertaining to early steam navigation.

33 THE LAUNCH OF THE “TRAFALGAR”

In the presence of Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria.... at
Woolwich.
W. Ranwell del. T. Picken lith. Colored lithograph by Day & Haghe,
London 1842. Large folio. Framed.

34 A VIEW ON THE TAGUS

A view taken on the Tagus near Villafranca, which shows a part of the
British lines.
Line engraving, colored. Folio. Framed.

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TRANSPORTS ATTACKING THE STOCKADES
At the entrance to the Bassein River, on the 26th of February 1825.
H.M.S. "Larne", Cruisers "Mercury”, “Heroine”, “Carron", and
“Lotus”.
Painted by G. Webster from an original sketch by Captain Marryat
R.N. Engraved by H. Pyall. Published London, 1826. Colored aqua-
tint, folio. Framed.

36 A VIEW OF THE ISLAND OF ST. LUCIA

Taken December 31st, 1778, by the Honorable Admiral Barrington.
D. Serres pinx. P. C. Canot, sculpt. Published London. Line engrav-
ing, colored. Folio.

Folio. Framed.

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WATERFORD LINE SCHOONERS
"ALEXANDER”, “Martha”, and “RAPID", off the Hook Light.
Engraved by Smart & Reeve. Painted and published by John Lynn,
London. Printed in colors. Folio. Framed.

38 WATER COLOR DRAWINGS OF SHIPS

(a) A MERCHANTMAN IN A STIFF BREEZE
(b) An English Brig: WITH ALL Sails SET
(c) A BRITISH SHIP OF THE LINE AT ANCHOR
Artist unknown. Circa 1840. Framed. (3)

Size, 11 x 16 inches, and 1212 x 19 inches

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THE SHIP "WOODFORD"
Two views of the Ship in February 1824, on her passage from Madras to
England.
Painted by W. J. Huggines. Engraved by T. Sunderland. Published
London, 1825. Engravings, colored. Large folio. Framed. (2)

EARLY AMERICAN NAVAL PRINTS

NUMBERS 40-65

40 (a) THE AMERICAN TAR

“Don't Give Up the Ship”
(6) THE SAILOR'S RETURN
Colored lithographs by N. Currier. The first dated 1845, second not
dated. Small upright folio. Framed.

. (2)

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THE ATTACK ON TRIPOLI BY THE AMERICAN SQUADRON,
1804
The attack made on Tripoli on the 3rd of August 1804, by the American
Squadron under Commodore Edward Preble.
Colored engraving by John B. Guerrazzi. Sold in Leghorn, 1805. Folio.
Framed.

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