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The Thames Indiaman. Ashore, (a short distance East of the Ridout, and near the Martello Tower No. 72) in Eastbourne Bay, Sunday Feby. 3d. 1822. The Largest Vessel wrecked on this Coast since the La Nymphe Spanish Ship, in 1747. Length of Keel 175 feet, Width on Beam 40 feet, Burden 1350 Tons pr. Register.

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Title: The Thames Indiaman. Ashore, (a short distance East of the Ridout, and near the Martello Tower No. 72) in Eastbourne Bay, Sunday Feby. 3d. 1822. The Largest Vessel wrecked on this Coast since the La Nymphe Spanish Ship, in 1747. Length of Keel 175 feet, Width on Beam 40 feet, Burden 1350 Tons pr. Register.
Categories: Maritime
Medium: Aquatint
Artist: Capper J H
Engraver: Clark, John Heaviside
Publisher: Thomas Clay, Ludgate Street
Date: 1822
Dimensions: 255 x 317 mm
Colour: Sepia

Drawn on the Spot by James Henry Capper. London Published March 1822, for the Proprietor, & Sold by Mr. Clay, Ludgate Street, & all Printsellers.

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Web References
Print:BM copy www.britishmuseum.org
Medium:Aquatint engraving en.wikipedia.org
Year:1822 en.wikipedia.org



Antique Aquatint - "The Thames Indiaman. Ashore, (a short distance East of the Ridout, and near the Martello Tower No. 72) in Eastbourne Bay, Sunday Feby. 3d. 1822. The Largest Vessel wrecked on this Coast since the La Nymphe Spanish Ship, in 1747. Length of Keel 175 feet, Width on Beam 40 feet, Burden 1350 Tons pr. Register." by I Clark after J H Capper published 1822 by Thomas Clay, Ludgate Street.