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The Admiral has made it Sunset, Sir plate from The Adventures of Johnny Newcome in the Navy by John Mitford 1782-1831 engraved by W. Read, 1818

by (after) Rowlandson, Thomas

The Admiral has made it Sunset, Sir plate from The Adventures of Johnny Newcome in the Navy by John Mitford 1782-1831 engraved by W. Read, 1818 - (after) Rowlandson, Thomas
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The Admiral has made it Sunset, Sir plate from The Adventures of Johnny Newcome in the Navy by John Mitford 1782-1831 engraved by W. Read, 1818 - (after) Rowlandson, Thomas

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English: "The Admiral has made it Sunset, Sir plate from The Adventures of Johnny Newcome in the Navy by John Mitford 1782-1831 engraved by W. Read, 1818" oil on Canvas.
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