The iron steam ship 'Nemesis' (1840), Lieutenant W. H. Hall, Royal Naval Commander, with boats of 'Sulphur', 'Calliope', 'Larne' and 'Starling', destroying the Chinese War Junks in Anson's Bay, 7 January 1841. by Edward Duncan

The iron steam ship 'Nemesis' (1840), Lieutenant W. H. Hall, Royal Naval Commander, with boats of 'Sulphur', 'Calliope', 'Larne' and 'Starling', destroying the Chinese War...

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Product details The iron steam ship 'Nemesis' (1840), Lieutenant W. H. Hall, Royal Naval Commander, with boats of 'Sulphur', 'Calliope', 'Larne' and 'Starling', destroying the Chinese War Junks in Anson's Bay, 7 January 1841.

The iron steam ship 'Nemesis' (1840), Lieutenant W. H. Hall, Royal Naval Commander, with boats of 'Sulphur', 'Calliope', 'Larne' and 'Starling', destroying the Chinese War Junks in Anson's Bay, 7 January 1841.

Edward Duncan

Hand-coloured. The Honourable East India Company iron steam ship Nemesis, Lieutenant W. H. Hall, Royal Navy Commander, with boats of Sulphur, Calliope, Larne and Starling destroying the Chinese war junks, in Anson's Bay, January 7th 1841
Edward Duncan

Original size: 416 mm x 602 mm

  • Image ref: PY8893
  • National Maritime Museum

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