Product Description...and the sea coast adjacent where between 1200 and 1400 French Troops under the Command of General Tate made a Descent on a point on a Point of Land called Garn or Cerrig Gwastad on the 22nd Day of Febry. 1797, and the place of their Encampment , Also the place of their Surrender on the 24th Do. to His Britannic Majesty's Forces under the Command of the Right Honourable Lord Cawdor. An antique map which was in"1897 Issued by the Committee in Commemoration of the Centenary of the French Invasion and Surrender ." Shows the locations and positions of The British Troops and the Enemy, during the two day Invasion. Very nice condition. Approx 74cms by 58cms.
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