- The Pursuit of the French after the Victory at Ramellies..
- Hand-colored engraving on laid paper
- Plate: 10 7/8 x 12 1/2in. (27.6 x 31.8cm) and DON'T USE: 12 1/2 x 18in. (31.8 x 45.7cm)
...After the taking of Ramellies, the Enemy's whole Army gave way, & Fled in Confusion by Judoign, as far as Meldert, 5 Leagues from Ramellies, being pursued all night by ye Confederates, who are here represented, Searching the Waggons, & Stripping ye Officers. In the Battle & Pursuit they kill'd 8,000 of the Enemy among whom were 2 Princes, & several Persons of Note, & took 6,000 prisoners, among them were a Lieut: General, 2 Major Generals, 2 Brigadier Generals. Marshal Tallard's Son, the Duke of Luxemburg's Nephew, & other Officers of Distinction they also took 63 Colours, 26 Standards, & among others ye Kettle Drums, of ye Troops of ye Household, 90 Canon, all their Carrages, Baggage, Waggons, Arms, Amunition, & Pontons, with all ye spoils of ye Camp, & their whole Train of Artillery, More over ye French lost half their Army by Desertion, in & after ye Battle. 11 Standards & 27 Colours, taken in this Action by ye English, Serv'd to adorn Guild Hall, as those taken at Hochstet, t
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
- Prints and Drawings
- Subject Terms:
- battle | horses (animals) | military art | soldiers | wars
- Associated Places:
- Belgium | Europe | Ramillies-Offus | Wallonia
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