A prospect of Carreck-Fergus [Carrickfergus]
being the place where King William landed in Ireland.
Battleships in the bay near Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland.
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[S.l. : s.n. ; between ca. 1690 and 1790?]
View of Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, where King William III landed on the 14th July, 1690. With explanatory key printed l.l.: A. The King in the Mary Yacht Capt. Collins / B. Prince George in the Henneretta Yacht Capt. Sanderson / C. The King goeing a shoare [shore] in Sr. Clo: Choells Barg / Sr. C. Shovell Rear. Admll. of the Blew in the Monk with his Squadron.
Small symbol l.l. under explanatory key with fire and logs. Printed text after this explains that this is "Bonfiers [Bonfires] on the Shoare [Shore]".
Printed u.l. is the number 32.
Formerly at call number 25TA.
Physical description: 1 print : etching ; 13.8 x 25.7 cm.
Citations/References: Catalogue of Irish Topographical Prints / Rosalind M. Elmes. - National Library of Ireland, Dublin ; p. 2.
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