- The Battle of Taniers, Part Second...
- Hand-colored engraving on laid paper
- Plate: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2in. (26.7 x 31.8cm) and DON'T USE: 12 1/2 x 19in. (31.8 x 48.3cm)
...This very remarkable and glorious Victory was gained over the French when their Army was Superiour to the Allies in number, and so strongly entrench'd, that their Entrenchments was more like a Citadell than a Camp. Their Left Wing was covered by a great thick Wood in which they had cast up many entrenchments, & posted their Infantry therin, and their Right was covered by another Wood & a thick Hedge which run along the same like a Chain & ye Access to their entrenchments was difficult by means of marshy ground before them. The Center of their Army was in a little plain with several entrenchments cast up one behind ye other, all defended in convenient parts with good artillery. The attack was made in three different places, it is impossible to express ye violence of ye fire on both sides. Besides the advantageous situation of ye French, they difended themselves like brave men, yet our Infantry surmounted these incredible difficulties, resisted ye fire which carried off whole Ranks, f
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
- Prints and Drawings
- Subject Terms:
- battle | dead | horses (animals) | military art | soldiers | trees
- Associated Places:
- Al-Magreb | Tanger, Province de | Tangiers
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