File:H.M. Brig Serpent, (Commander R.L. Warren) dismasted, Whilst lying at Anchor at Spithead by a Tremendous Hurricane on Tuesday the 29th of Novr 1836 RMG PY0850.jpg

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Charpentier, W H (printer); J. Miller (publisher); Sargeant, H (artist); Thorne, I (engraver)
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English: H.M. Brig Serpent, (Commander R.L. Warren) dismasted, Whilst lying at Anchor at Spithead by a Tremendous Hurricane on Tuesday the 29th of Novr 1836

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Painted by H. Sargeant, marine painter to HRH Duchess of Kent.
Date 1836
date QS:P571,+1836-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Dimensions Sheet: 353 x 500 mm; Mount: 482 mm x 632 mm
Notes Box Title: Fighting Ships 1831-1834.
Source/Photographer http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/140797
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Unidentified Prints & Drawings Number: RN.S.28
id number: PAH0850
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