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Departure of the Grand Duke Constantine of Russia, from Plymouth - drawn by Mr. N. M Featured Image

Departure of the Grand Duke Constantine of Russia, from Plymouth - drawn by Mr. N. M

Departure of the Grand Duke Constantine of Russia, from Plymouth - drawn by Mr. N. M. Condy, 1845. Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia leaves after a royal visit to England....his Imperial Majesty's Ingermanland, 74 guns, with the flag of Admiral Lutke, having the Grand Duke Constantine on board, got under way, followed by the Vaarrchafsky, a fine corvette of 30 guns. Our Engraving, from a sketch by Mr. N. M. Corndy, represents the Ingermanland passing the Queen, Sir John West's flag-ship, Albion, Vanguard, Rodney, Canopus, Superb, President, 50, Admiral Dacres, and Daring; all of which ships fired a Royal salute, and manned yards. It was one of the finest sights we ever remember having witnessed'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Plymouth, c1910
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Plymouth, c1910
Plymouth - The Pier, 1895
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Plymouth - The Pier, 1895
Plymouth - The Hoe, 1895
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Plymouth - The Hoe, 1895
Death of Admiral Blake, 7 August 1657, (c1880) Featured Image

Death of Admiral Blake, 7 August 1657, (c1880)

Death of Admiral Blake, 7 August 1657, (c1880). Robert Blake (1598-1657) was an important military commander of the Commonwealth of England and one of the most famous English admirals of the 17th century. He died of old wounds within sight of Plymouth and after lying in state in the Queen's House, Greenwich was given a full state funeral then buried in Westminster Abbey. From British Battles on Land and Sea, Vol. I, by James Grant. [Cassell Petter & Galpin, London, Paris & New York, c1880]

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Plymouth, 1884
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Plymouth, 1884
The scene on the Victory during the court-martial, 1906 Featured Image

The scene on the Victory during the court-martial, 1906

The scene on the Victory during the court-martial, 1906. The court-martial of Captain Thomas B. S. Adair and Lieutenant J. H. Dathan on board the Victory, Plymouth. The men were charged with having negligently or by default hazard, stranded, and lost the ship. The ship in question being the H.M.S Montagu, which on 30th May 1906 during radio communication trials carried out in thick fog, ran into Shutter Rock on the southwest corner of Lundy Island. From The Tatler Volume 21 [The Tatler, London, 1906]

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Plymouth, 19th century
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Plymouth, 19th century
Saltram House, c1882
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Saltram House, c1882

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