The conduct of Admiral Knowles on the late exhibition set in a true light

Knowles, Charles, Sir, 1704?-1777

The conduct of Admiral Knowles on the late exhibition set in a true light.

Published: London : Printed for J. Clarke, at the Royal Exchange; A. Millar, in the Strand; and R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall Mall, MDCCLVIII [1758]

53 K75 758

Signed at end: Charles Knowles. The large folding plate and map, both engraved by “T. Jefferys, 1758”, depict the area of the coast around La Rochelle; the map is a portion of a larger map.

Cover: The conduct of Admiral Knowles on the late exhibition set in a true light.

Title Page: The conduct of Admiral Knowles on the late exhibition set in a true light.

Folding map from: The conduct of Admiral Knowles on the late exhibition set in a true light.Subject (Library of Congress): Knowles, Charles, Sir, 1704?-1777; Hawke, Edward Hawke, Baron, 1705-1781; Great Britain. Royal Navy–Officers; Anglo-French War, 1755-1763; Rochefort Expedition, 1757.

Lewis Walpole Library new acquisition: October, 2010

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