A cavalry battle

description below

“Cavalry in battle; a mounted soldier shooting a man off his horse in foreground, a fallen horse and rider at his feet; battle raging in background, a tower to the right, and in distance on left a bridge.”–British Museum online catalogue

  • Printmaker: Smith, Charles Hamilton, printmaker.
  • Title: [A cavalry battle] [graphic] / C.H.S.
  • Publication: [London] : Printed from stone by D. Redman, [between 1810 and 1818]

Catalog Record


Acquired April 2022

To the most noble George Marquis of Townshend

description below

“A mounted officer of the Norfolk rangers, his blued sword drawn, a Tarleton helmet on his head, in green uniform with black facings and silver lace, a sword-belt across his chest and a sash about his waist, other members of the corps exercising in the fields beyond, the colours of the regiment below.”–British Museum online catalogue.

  • Printmaker: Tomkins, Charles, 1757-1823, printmaker, artist.
  • Title: To the most noble George Marquis of Townshend, the officers and gentlemen of the Norfolk Rangers, this portrait and representation of their uniform is inscribed by the proprietors [graphic] / drawn & engrav’d by Chas. Tomkins.
  • Publication: [London] : Pubd. as the act directs, Decr. 1, 1799, for the proprietors by Egerton, Whitehall, [1 December 1799]

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Acquired June 2021

A memorial for the present age

  • TitleA memorial for the present age, and information to posterity, of the loyalty, patriotic zeal, and spirited exertions of the citizens of Bristol: being an account of the cause, rise, progress, and military improvement of the volunteers of the said city. With a correct list of the names of officers, and every soldier of the cavalry and infantry.
  • PublishedBristol : Printed by W. Matthews, 1797.

Catalog Record 

64 B77 797

Acquired February 2018