X: The Spaniards make the best of their way for the Northern Seas; and are, in the mean time, very much battered by the English, who closely pursue them. The chief Galleass is stranded near Calais

Clement Lemprière ( - 1746)
John Pine (1690 - 1756)

Engraving and coloured engraving

24 June 1739
  • About the work
    Location
    Country: UK
    City: London
    Place: Cabinet Office, 70 Whitehall

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    Howard, Charles, 2nd Baron Howard of Effingham and 1st Earl of NottinghamFenton, EdwardSouthwell, Sir RobertSheffield, Edmund, 1st Earl of MulgraveClifford, George, 3rd Earl of CumberlandHoward, Thomas, 1st Earl of SuffolkDrake, Sir FrancisWilloughby, MrFrobisher, Sir MartinHoby, Sir EdwardCrosse, Sir RobertVavasour, Sir ThomasBlount, Charles, 8th Baron Mountjoy and Earl of DevonshireCecil, Thomas, 1st Earl of ExeterKnevet, MrPalavicino, Sir HoratioFenner, GeorgeSeymour, Lord HenryGonson, BenjaminHawkins, Sir JohnBaker, ChristopherBecton, Sir George
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    Materials & Techniques
    engraving, coloured engraving
  • Details
    Title
    X: The Spaniards make the best of their way for the Northern Seas; and are, in the mean time, very much battered by the English, who closely pursue them. The chief Galleass is stranded near Calais
    Date
    24 June 1739
    Medium
    Engraving and coloured engraving
    Acquisition
    Purchased from Parker Gallery, November 1956
    GAC number
    3608