Death of General Mercer at the Battle of Princeton

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Harrison W. Mark
by John Trumbull
published on 01 February 2024
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Death of General Hugh Mercer during the Battle of Princeton on 3 January 1777. Mercer is depicted in the center, being mortally wounded by British bayonets after refusing to surrender; British Captain William Leslie is also mortally wounded on the right, and General George Washington arrives at the battle in the background. Oil on canvas by John Trumbull c. 1789-1831.

Trumbull Collection, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven.

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