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Victory at Trafalgar.  Maritime Art by St Ives Artist Donald MacLeod   Final Voyage of HMS Victory.  A painting by Donald MacLeod Cape St Vincent.  A painting by St Ives Artist Donald MacLeod Maritime Art
Victory at Trafalgar.  Final Voyage of HMS Victory.    Cape St Vincent. 
Nelson fires his double shotted broadside
into the stern of the French flagship.
The battered and jury rigged Victory
is towed up channel by HMS Warrior
carrying Nelson's body home.
Out of ammunition Nelson rams and boards
the Spanish San Josef then crosses her
to capture the 100 gun San Nicolas.
     
Bonhomme Richard and HMS Serapis.  A painting by St Ives Artist Donald MacLeod Maritime Art  HMS Nymphe and Cleopatra.  A painting by Donald MacLeod  Black Barts Last Stand. A painting by St Ives Artist Donald MacLeod Maritime Art
HMS Serapis & Bonhomme Richard. HMS Nymphe and Cleopatra. Black Bart's Last Stand
One of the most extraordinary
naval engagements in maritime history.
Captain Pellew's gentlemanly
engagement with a French frigate.
The teetotal Bartholomew Roberts
and his drunken crew forced into
facing a British pirate hunter.
     
 Privateer In Mounts Bay.  A painting by Donald MacLeod  Surprise and Acheron.  A painting by Donald MacLeod  
Privateer In Mounts Bay HMS Surprise and The Acheron.  
French privateers would oft
chance their arm along the south coast.
From the film of the book
based on real events.
 
     
     
 

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