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View of town and harbour of Port Royal, Jamaica.

View of town and harbour of Port Royal, Jamaica.
View of town and harbour of Port Royal, Jamaica.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PY9245
Description: The 'Imaum' was presented to King William IV in 1836 by Sultan Sayyid Said of Oman and Zanzibar. The Bombay-built ship had 74 guns and was later renamed the 'Liverpool'. The 'Liverpool' is depicted here as part of the British fleet at Port Royal, Jamaica.
Creator: Adolphe Duperley
Date: Unknown
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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