The Battle at Wexford in Ireland fought June 5 1798 at New Ross. Between His Majesty's Forces and the rebel army when the rebels were defeated with great slaughter and most of their leaders taken prisoners and the town of Wexford retaken and saved from destruction
J. Piggot delin. et sculp.
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United Irishmen and British Army positions are numbered 1 to 14 as part of printed text underneath image. See related larger image at NLI Call No. PD E14.
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[London] Published L. Marshall [Alder]mary Churchyard, London July 17 1798
Formerly held at call number HP (1798) 8.
Physical description: 1 print : engraving; image 29.1 x 62.3 cm. plate mark 31.5 x 63.1 cm., on sheet 51.1 x 76.2 cm.
Reproduction Note: Neg. no.: 22617
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