The London Volunteers on review in Hyde Park, 1799
A Plan of Hyde Park Taken on the Fourth of June 1799 when Sixty Six Volunteer Corps Paraded there in Honor of their Sovereigns Birth day and by their Loyal, Steady and Military Appearence, shewed themselves both willing and able to defend their King and Constitution. An Event unequalled in History, Grand and highly gratifying to the Heart of every Briton, at the same time truly formidable to the Enemies of this Country.
London: Charles Random, 20th September, 1799. Original colour. 385 x 445mm. With ink presentation inscription.
Stock ID : 23101