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Admiral Boscawen

Item is an oval, top-half, electro-steel engraved portitat of Admiral Edward Bosawen; (b. 1711-d.1761).

Admiral Boscawen

Item is an oval, top-half, electro-steel engraved portitat of Admiral Edward Bosawen; (b. 1711-d.1761).

Amerigo Vespucci; After Whom the Contenet of America has been named.

Item is an window-matted top-half- electro-stel engraved portrait of Amerigo Vespucci; After Whom the Contenet of America has been named. (b.1451-d.1512). IS likly engraved by Coll.on du Chau. de Beauregard. On the matte is the proper title below the image and a signature on a signifantly aged parchment of the subject.

Quebec with Positions of the British

Item is an Copy of a part of a battle field map of the Plains of Abraham 1759. On the back of the copy is "Quebec and Evirons from a plan of 1759 in the King's Library, british Museum (cxix-27)" and stamp "Public archives of Canada Map Division April 18, 1947"

Plan of Quebec

Item is an electro-steel engraved map of the 1759 siege of Quebec on the britih side. The engraving is by John Melish from a field map by Captian J.B.Glegg.

Tallyrand

Item is an seated, electro-steel engraved portrait of Tallyrand; Fench Diplomat (b.1754-d.1838). Engraved by W.H.Motte from a print by Boucher Desnoyres after a painting by Garard and published byCharles Knight & co. Ludgate street, London.

Townsend

Item is an back-matted, standing print of Lord Townsend; Wolfe's sucessor in Quebec, 1760 (b.1724-d.1807). Is signed in print as an identifier by the subject. There are previous siogns of a oval overlay attached to the photo over the image and only the top right corner is attached.

A view of Miramachi, a french settelment in the Gulf of the St. Larence destroyed by Brigidier Murry detached by General Wolfe for thatt purpose from the Bay of Gaspe. (also in french)

Item is an Electro-steel engraved landscape of Miramachi, a french settelment in the Gulf of the St. Larence destroyed by Brigidier Murry detached by General Wolfe for thatt purpose from the Bay of Gaspe. Engraved by Paul asand and retouched by P.Benazech from a drawing on the spot by Capt. Hervey Smyth and published in London Nov. 5th, 1760 T. Jeffries.

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