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Bill Huxley is a handsome man, the envy is strong

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    Bill Huxley is a handsome man, the envy is strong

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Jessie Rogers

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Mz. Jada Stevens

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  15. athousandwinds:

 HMS Victory in Portsmouth Harbour with a Coal Ship Alongside, 1828. etching by Edward William Cooke, British 1811-1880, from his own drawing.
 The HMS Victory was the most famous warship in Royal Navy history. It was the flagship of Admiral Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 and is now a tourist attraction in the Portsmouth dockyard, Portsmouth, England.
 The above print is part of a book by Cooke, Shipping and Craft, composed of 50 ship etchings and published in 1829 in London.

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     HMS Victory in Portsmouth Harbour with a Coal Ship Alongside, 1828. etching by Edward William Cooke, British 1811-1880, from his own drawing.

     The HMS Victory was the most famous warship in Royal Navy history. It was the flagship of Admiral Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 and is now a tourist attraction in the Portsmouth dockyard, Portsmouth, England.

     The above print is part of a book by Cooke, Shipping and Craft, composed of 50 ship etchings and published in 1829 in London.

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