A four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage driven at speed to left along a road, during battle, equipped with two small cannons on a rotating pedestal operated by two soldiers who fire forwards towards enemy cavalry seen in clouds of smoke at left; the carriage followed by four horsemen firing guns; another carriage in the distance retreating to right, firing backwards at enemy infantry.  1798  Hand-coloured etching and aquatint

Sadlers Flying Artillery.Loyal Volunteers of London & Environs
1923,0417.26,
AN1217953001

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