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Three illustrations to Frederic Hervey's 'Naval History of Great Britain' (London, John Bew, 1780), Vol. V; by Collyer after Stothard; pasted to the same page, along with three more prints.
p. 464; 'Capt: James Cook, F.R.S.'; portrait after George Dance, half-length to left looking away to right, wearing naval uniform and powdered wig; in an oval frame with naval emblems below; on chine collé.
p. 480; 'His Royal Highness Prince William Henry, their Majesties third Son, in his Naval uniform, on board the Royal George, attended by Admiral Digby'; portrait of the Prince as a boy, on deck, one hand on a gun, looking at a plan displayed to him by Admiral Digby who stands on the left; with other sailors in the background.
Frontispiece; 'Britania seated in a triumphant Car with Neptune, supports a Medallion of King Geo. III. Attendant Sea Nymphs bear portraits of some of the most eminent Naval Commanders in the glorious War of 1756'; allegory, a chariot bearing Neptune and Britannia to right, attended by nymphs and decorated with oval portraits; landscape format, on chine collé.
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Height: 180 millimetres (plates, approx.)
Width: 110 millimetres (plates, approx.)
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- Included in the first volume of Balmanno's collection of Stothard's work in BM P&D. See 1849,0721.1 for more information.
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Associated Title: A Naval History of Great Britain
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