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Sir Peter Parker Bart late Admiral of the Fleet.

Sir Peter Parker Bart late Admiral of the Fleet.
Sir Peter Parker Bart late Admiral of the Fleet.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU3184
Description: As the Admiral of the Fleet, Parker was Chief Mourner at Nelson's funeral. Thirty years before, he had been one of Nelson's earliest patrons in the West Indies and remained a close friend for the rest of Nelson's life.
Creator: Lemuel Francis Abbott (artist): T. Blood (engraver): J. Asperne (publisher)
Date: 1st Mar 1812
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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