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Huggins, William John, 1781-1845 National Library of Portugal ISNI National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

William John Huggins artiste britannique Wikidata

Huggins, William John (English painter, 1781-1845) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Huggins, W. J. (William John), 1781-1845 National Library of Australia

Huggins, William John, 1781-1845, artist National Library of Ireland

VIAF ID: 76278194 (Personal)

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The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805: 'The Close of the Action' [ position of the fleets at 4.30 p.m.] Wikidata
The Battle of Trafalgar: III. The Storm after the Battle Wikidata
Captain Robert Maunsell capturing French gunboats off Java, July 1811 Wikidata
The capture of the slaver 'Formidable' by HMS 'Buzzard', 17 December 1834 Wikidata
Descriptive catalogue of Mr. Huggins' grand pictures of the Battle of Trafalgar, painted for and exhibited by permission of His Most Gracious Majesty, 1845: Wikidata National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO
The East Indiaman Earl of Balcarres Wikidata
The East Indiaman Saint Vincent saving the crew of the East Indiaman Ganges, 29 May 1807 Wikidata
The East Indiaman Victorine pursued by the revenue cutter Prince George Wikidata
Escape of HMS Belvidera, 23 June 1812 Wikidata
George IV on board the 'Lightning', the first Post Office Steam Packet to Dublin, 12 August 1821 Wikidata
HMS 'Mercury' cuts out the French gunboat Leda from Rovigno, 1 April 1809 Wikidata
HMS Mercury takes La Pugliese in Barletta, 7 September 1809 Wikidata
Hobart Town on the River Derwent, Van Diemen's Land, 1830 National Library of Australia
The Island of St Helena Wikidata
A ketch in action with feluccas Wikidata
The opium clipper Sylph salvaged by the sloop Clive, 1835 Wikidata
A Royal Navy two-decker off St Helena Wikidata
The ship Biobio Wikidata
The ship Delaford Wikidata
The ship Lady McDonald Wikidata
The ship Sir Edward Paget Wikidata
The ships 'Vigilant' and 'Harpooner' offshore Wikidata
Swan River, 50 miles up National Library of Australia
This plate representing the defeat of the Squadron of Don Miguel, on the night of the 10. th of Oct.r off Vigo... National Library of Portugal
This plate representing the glorious achievement of admiral off Cape S.t Vincent on the 5 July 1833 National Library of Portugal
Vue de la baie et de la ville de Dublin, n.d.]: National Library of Ireland
The West Indiaman 'Flora' Wikidata

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