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Suprise de St. Eustache dessiné par P.C. Marillier ; gravé par N. Ponce, Graveur de Mgr. le Comte d'Artois

Suprise de St. Eustache dessiné par P.C. Marillier ; gravé par N. Ponce, Graveur de Mgr. le Comte d'Artois

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description

Summary

Print shows a surprise attack by the French Army, under the command of the Marquis de Bouillé, against the British on Sint Eustatius, an island part of the Netherlands Antilles.
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Printed on bottom center: A.P.D.R.
Illus. from: Recueil d'estampes representant les differents evenemens de la guerre qui a procure l'Indépendance aux Etats unis de l'Amérique / Nicolas Ponce. Paris : Ponce et Godefroy, [1784?], no. 11.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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Date

01/01/1784
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Location

sint eustatius
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