File:John Christian Schetky, H.M.S. Shannon Leading Her Prize the American Frigate Chesapeake into Halifax Harbour (c. 1830).jpg
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English: Caption: "[No. 4] H.M.S. Shannon Leading Her Prize the American Frigate Chesapeake into Halifax Harbour."
Français : Légende: "[No. 4] H.M.S. Shannon menant la frégate américaine Le Chesapeake dans le port de Halifax."
English: A depiction of the Royal Navy frigate H.M.S. Shannon leading the captured American frigate U.S.S. Chesapeake into Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada, in June 1813.
English: Hand-coloured lithograph.
Français : Lithographie coloriée à la main.
|Dimensions||43.3 × 31.3 cm (17 × 12.3 in).|
|Current location||W.H. Coverdale (or Manoir Richelieu) Collection of Canadiana, Library and Archives Canada.|
English: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
|Accession number||A330-01 (Item no. assigned by LAC 1937); 1970-188 PIC 01937.|
English: Published by Smith, Elder & Co. of 65 Cornhill, London, England, UK; sold by Thomas Jefferys, Corner of St. Martins Lane, Charing Cross, London.
English: Inscribed in the lower border of the print: "Painted by J.C. Schetky Esqre. & on Stone by L. Haghe. Designed by Capt. R.H. King R.N. [with a dedication to Capt. Broke and title as above] ... London Pubd. by Smith, Elder & Co. 65, Cornhill."
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