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The death of Major Peirson at St Helier retaking Jersey from the French

by (after) Copley, John Singleton

The death of Major Peirson at St Helier retaking Jersey from the French - (after) Copley, John Singleton
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The death of Major Peirson at St Helier retaking Jersey from the French - (after) Copley, John Singleton

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English: "The death of Major Peirson at St Helier retaking Jersey from the French" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Copley, John Singleton

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