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Naval cutlass exercise including prepatory movements and words of command, engraved by I. Girtin, published by T. Egerton, 7th February 1814

by (after) Rowlandson, Thomas

Naval cutlass exercise including prepatory movements and words of command, engraved by I. Girtin, published by T. Egerton, 7th February 1814 - (after) Rowlandson, Thomas
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Naval cutlass exercise including prepatory movements and words of command, engraved by I. Girtin, published by T. Egerton, 7th February 1814 - (after) Rowlandson, Thomas

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English: "Naval cutlass exercise including prepatory movements and words of command, engraved by I. Girtin, published by T. Egerton, 7th February 1814" oil on Canvas.
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1814

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