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SIEGE OF ACRE
The Siege of Acre; or, descriptive collections relative to the late scene of contest in Syria, between the British and Turkish force, under the orders of Sir W. Sidney Smith, and the Republican French, commanded by General Buonaparte. Chiefly intended as a companion to the great historical picture, painted by Robert Ker Porter, now exhibiting at the Lyceum.
London: printed by W. Glendinning, and sold at the Exhibition-Room in the Lyceum, 1801.
96 p., 1 fold. map ; 21.0 cm. (8º)

Roger Ker Porter's painting of the Siege at Acre (1800) followed close on the heels of the Taking of Seringapatam (1800), which was the most popular of his several panoramas.

Copy Notes Bound (4) and last in a collection of pamphlets.

Binding C19th half calf, printer's waste marbled-paper boards, gilt double-rule spine, red spine-label, gilt-lettered 'Burke's Letter &c.'. Bound by Edwin Hutchinson for 1s. 6d. on 28 February 1832. (Archive 7/16/29).

Reference Number 3991


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