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British valour displayed in the cause of humanity : being a description of Messrs. Marshall's grand marine peristrephic panorama of the bombardment of Algiers : illustrative of the most interesting events of that victorious enterprize, so glorious in itself, and so important in its conseqauence to the interests of Great Britain, and the wartime world at large ...

Twelfth edition : now exhibiting : painted under the direction of Capt. Sir J. Brisbane, from drawings on the spot by eminent naval officers...
Hull : Printed by Robert Peck, 1818.
Physical Description:
24 p. ; 21 cm .
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DT291 B75 1818
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
BAC: On t.p.: [Now exhibiting in the Great Room Turks Head Inn [illegible]].
BAC: This copy is disbound.
Subject Terms:
Algiers, Battle of, Algiers, Algeria, 1816.
Hull (England) -- Imprints -- Specimens -- 1818.
Peck, Robert -- Printer.
Marshall, Charles, 1806-1890. British valour displayed in the cause of humanity.
Brisbane, James, Sir, 1769?-1829.

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