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The death of General Wolfe, to the lovers of little things and cheap-buyers this plate is earnestly recommended and dedicated painted by B. West, Hist. Painter to King of England ; engraved by P. Somebody

The death of General Wolfe, to the lovers of little things and cheap-buyers this plate is earnestly recommended and dedicated painted by B. West, Hist. Painter to King of England ; engraved by P. Somebody

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Summary

Print shows General James Wolfe, wounded, lying on the ground in the arms of his officers and Dr. Thomas Hinde, during the Battle of Quebec; other officers and a Native gather nearby, as a runner approaches with a captured French flag.
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Printed at bottom: To be found at chiefest printsellers in the world.
Printed on bottom right corner: Beauble Scrip.

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01/01/1776
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québec
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