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Vue de la prise des forts et ville de Havane par les Anglois en 1762

Vue de la prise des forts et ville de Havane par les anglois en 1762

Commodore Hopkins, commander in chief of the American Fleet

The taking of Miss Mud I'land

The Phoenix and the Rose engaged by the enemy's fire ships and galleys on the 16 Augst. 1776 / engrav'd from the original picture by S. Serres from a sketch of Sir James Wallace's.

Campagne du Vice-Amiral [sic] Cte. d'Estaing en Amêrique, commandant une escadre de 12 vaisseaux de 4 fregattes, sortie de Toulon le 13 avril 1778

[Emblematical print adapted to the times]

Commodore Hopkins - commandeur en chef der Amerj: flotte

Iohn Paul Iones, commander of a squadron in the service of the thirteen United States of North America, 1779

The sea fight between Keppel and d'Orvilliers

Quatre positions de la flotte française et positions de la flotte anglaise.

The defeat of the Spanish fleet under Don Juan de Langara, by Sir George Brydges Rodney, Decr. 16th 1779, off Cape St. Vincent - most humbly inscribed to Prince William Henry

Robert [i.e., Esek] Hopkins, Esqr., commodore of the American sea forces

The Battle at La Hogue / painted by B. West, historical painter to His Majesty ; engraved by W. Woollett, engraver to His Majesty.

Count De Grasse

St. Lucia in the West Indies taken possession of by Admiral Barrington Monsieur de Micoud and the inhabitants having capitulated the 30th of December, 1778, being the day after Count d'Estaign left the island much disconcerted / Hamilton delin. ; Thornton sculp.

St. Lucia in the West Indies taken possession of by Admiral Barrington, Monsieur de Micoud and the inhabitants having capitulated the 30th of December, 1778, being the day after Count d'Estaign left the island much disconcerted Hamilton delin. ; Thornton sculp

Recueil d'estampes representant les differents evenemens de la guerre qui a procure l'Indépendance aux Etats unis de l'Amérique Précis de cette guerre N. Ponce, inv. et sculp

Précis du traité de paix, signé à Versailles le 3 Septembre 1783 N. Ponce, inv. et sculpsit

Précis du traité de paix, signé à Versailles le 3 Septembre 1783 / N. Ponce, inv. et sculpsit.

Lord Rodney

Lord Robert Manners mortally wounded, on board the Resolution, in the memorable engagement between Admiral Rodney & Count de Grasse, in the West Indies, the 12th of April 1782 / Metz delin. ; Grignion sculp.

Suffrein / Walker sculpt.

Count de Grasse, the French admiral, resigning his sword to Admiral Rodney, after being defeated by that gallant commander in the West Indies, on April 12th 1782 / Metz delin. ; Fiegl sculp.

A perspective view of the loss of the U.S. frigate Philadelphia in which is represented her relative position to the Tripolitan gunboats ...

The Burning of the fregate the Philadelphia in the harbor of Tripoli ...

A few small temples still retain their lines of classic beauty. With the recollection of Greece's ancient glory one may spend pleasant hours in the Acropolis The prime minister, Colonel Gonatas of the Revolutionary Government tells Mr. Carpenter what fun it is to boss generals about when only a colonel

Hornet sinking the Peacock

Le Combat naval, gloire Américaine / Garneray,del ; Coquerel,sc.

United States & Macedonian

Capture of H.B.M. Frigate Macedonian, Capt. J.S. Carden by the U.S. frigate United States, Stephen Decatur, Esqr., Commander / painted by T. Birch, A.C.S.A. & P.A. ; engraved by B. Tanner, A.C.S.A.

Ship United States

The troops disembarking to attack Fort Oswego, under the command of Genl. Drummond and Sir T. Yeo, Lake Ontario, May the 6th 1814 / / By Capt. Steele. 2d. Battn. Royal Marines

This representation of the battle on Lake Erie is respectfully inscribed to Commodore Perry, his officers and gallant crews, by their humble servant James Webster - second view / drawn by Sully and Kearney ; etched by C. Tiebout ; & engraved by G. Murray ; printed by Rogers and Esler.

Com. MacDonough's victory on Lake Champlain Sept. 11th 1814 / M. Cornè p. ; W. Hoogland sc.

Constitution's escape from the British squadron after a chase of sixty hours / M. Cornè p. ; W. Hoogland sc.

Enterprise and Boxer

Struck with the gallantry, skill, and decision, displayed by Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke, Baronet, K.C.B. Commander of his Majesty's ship, the Shannon, in the attack, boarding, and capture of the American frigate, the Chesapeake ... / manufactured by S. Hougham & Co. ; Henry Meyer execudit.

First view of Com. Perry's victory / M. Cornè ; W.B. Annin sc.

Second view of Com. Perry's victory / M. Cornè p. ; W.B. Annin sc.

Capture of the Guerriere by the Constitution / T. Birch A.C.S.A. ; D. Kimberly sc.

United States squadron under Com. Bainbridge returning triumphant from the Mediterranean in 1815 / J.B. Fanning des. ; G.G. Smith sc.

Combat dans la mer du nord, 2 Octobre 1706 / peint par Gudin ; gravé par Skelton.

Combat dans la mer du nord, Juin 1696 / peint par Gudin ; gravé par Chavanne.

M'Donough's victory on Lake Champlain - after an action of 2 hours, & 2 minutes lith. & pub. by Sarony & Major, 99 Nassau near Fulton St., N.York

The Constitution and Guerriere / drawn by G. White ; engd by J.C. McRae.

Desperate conflict of American seamen under Decatur, on boarding a Tripolitan corsair / Whitney and Jocelyn sc; Darley, fecit.

Sebastopol from the sea - sketched from the deck of H.M.S. Sidon / W. Simpson delt. ; T. Picken lith.

President and Plantagenet

Battle between the United States and the Macedonian / painted by Chappel ; engraved by Duthie.

Battle between the Constitution and the Guerriere / painted by Alonzo Chappel ; engraved by James D. Smillie.

Action between the Constitution and the Guerriere / Chapin ; Rogers.

Commodore Perry at the battle of Lake Erie / J.R. Chapin ; F.F. Walker.

The lost ship - a ballad / J.B.N. ; John Bufford's Lith. Boston.

Revenue cutter

Cutting out a ship

Alliance, blockade runner

Commodore Perry at the battle of Lake Erie. "Ready! All ready your honor" / J.R. Chapin ; W. Ridgway.

Revenue cutter

Captured steamer used as a picket boat St. Johns River

[Three ships at sea]

Minnesota--probably

Picking up the floating bodies. The Tug McQueen picking up the body of Capt. Jack Wilson

Minnesota

Capture of a blockade runner

Point of Rocks, Appomattox River

Indian Head, Md.

[Page from Harper's Weekly, June 29, 1861, including four prints and text]

[Ship deck with sailors and cannons]

Prize brig captured at Hatteras Inlet.

On the Carolina coast nr. Hatteras

Submarine Infernal machine intended to destroy the "Minnesota"

The great expedition, [...] on the way to Port Royal Inlet / sketched at noon on 31st October, 1861, from the deck of the steamer "Matanzas." The bombardment of Forts Walker and Beauregard, Port Royal Inlet, South Carolina, November 7, 1861 / sketched by our special artist on board the "Mercury."

Point of Rocks

The expedition to Beaufort - before the attack

The Battle at the southwest pass - the ram "Manassas" attacking the "Richmond"

U.S. Sloop "Pensacola"

The blockade of Charleston

[Text describing action of four ships in South Carolina and Florida]

The Battle at the southwest pass - retreat of the rebel flotilla

Confederate iron-clad Stonewall

Relief of Fort Pickens, by the United States fleet, March 23, 1861 / sketched from the wheel-house of the Atlantic by an officer of the expedition.

[Double turreted ironclad monitor "Onandaga," James River]

Burning of the Ship Thos. Watson by the boats of the Roanoke & Monticello off Charleston Oct. 16, 1861

[Sailors and a cannon on deck of a gunboat]

The war on the Mississippi River - night expedition to island no. 10 ... / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. H. Lovie.

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River / sketched by an Officer of the "Mississippi".

Map shewing the several routes proposed for the passage of gunboats to the Lakes via: Erie and Oswego Canal; Champlain [Canal]; Illinois River and Chicago [Canal]; Wisconsin, Green Bay [Canal]

Map showing the defenses of the Mississippi below New Orleans and Farragut's attack 24 April 1862.

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

The Civil War in America--Naval engagement in Hampton Roads: the Confederate iron-plated steamer Merrimac (or Virginia) running into the Federal sloop Cumberland / from a sketch by T. Nast.

[Ironclad USS Essex at Baton Rouge, Louisiana]

Double-ended ferry gunboat with Union soldiers on deck

[Civil War envelope showing flotilla of gunboats engaged in battle on the Mississippi River at Fort Wright, Tennessee]

Capture of Fort Henry by U.S. gun boats under the command of Flag Officer Foote, February 6th 1862 / J.G. ; Middleton, Strobridge & Co. Lith. Cin. O.

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

Pivot guns crew, U.S. Steamer Pocahontas

The Meritanza i.e. Maratanza, as she appeared immediately after the capture of the Teazer i.e. Teaser

At the White House, and breaking up the comissariat depot on the Pamunky River - departure of the Union flotilla for the James River

Admiral Porter's second dummy frightening the Rebels at Vicksburg