To the Protestants of the United Kingdom, this Ancint Print of the Battlefield of the Boyne is respectfully dedicated by their Obedt. Servt. Isaiah Rowland, [C.E.?].
Map of the Battle of the Boyne, 1790, showing the positions of the troops and key landmarks in the battle. Portrait of William III on his horse with raised sword in hand u.l.. Illustration u.l. of the Boyne Obelisk at Oldbridge, County Meath, Ireland, erected in 1736 to commemorate William III's victory at the Battle of the Boyne. Key to print printed m.c.: A. King William's march from Ardee ... T. Place where K. William was wounded the day before the Battle. Printed l.r.: Sacred to the Glorious Memory of King William 3rd, who on the 1st of July 1690, crossed the Boyne ... this memorial of our deliverance was erected in the 9th year of the reign of Kg. Geo. 2nd. The first stone being laid by Lionel Sackville, Duke of Dorset, Ld. Lieut. of the Kingdm. of Ireland. Printed l.l.: Guielmo Tertio Magnae Britanniae Franciae et Hiberniae Regi / Ob Religionem Conservatam / Restitutas leges / Liberatem assertam / Cives Dublnienses Hanc Statuam Posuere.
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[n.d., ca. 1890-1900].
This print PD D19 was formerly held at NLI call number PD HP (1690) 2.
Physical description: 1 print : colour chromolithograph ; 50.5 x 67.1 cm.
Reproduction Note: Neg. No.: 22633.