Duke of York Narrowly Escapes Capture at the Battle of Tourcoing

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Harrison W. Mark
by Anonymous
published on 28 March 2023
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Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, escapes across a brook to avoid capture during the Battle of Tourcoing, 18 May 1794. Image is by an anonymous artist, published in An Accurate and Impartial Narrative of the War, by an Officer of the Guards, London, 1796 (first edition).

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