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Storming of the Forts and Entrenchments of Chuenpee on 7th January 1841, engraved by Dickenson, published by Dickenson and Son in 1841

by F.J. White

Storming of the Forts and Entrenchments of Chuenpee on 7th January 1841, engraved by Dickenson, published by Dickenson and Son in 1841 - F.J. White
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Storming of the Forts and Entrenchments of Chuenpee on 7th January 1841, engraved by Dickenson, published by Dickenson and Son in 1841 - F.J. White

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English: "Storming of the Forts and Entrenchments of Chuenpee on 7th January 1841, engraved by Dickenson, published by Dickenson and Son in 1841" oil on Canvas.
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1841

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