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The East Indiaman Princess Royal (1769).

The East Indiaman Princess Royal (1769).
The East Indiaman Princess Royal.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: BHC3564
Description: In 1770-71 and 1772-74, the 499-ton 'Princess Royal' undertook two voyages from Blackwall to China for the East India Company. The owner or husbandman of the vessel was Alexander Hume, while the captain on both voyages was Robert Ker.
Creator: John Cleveley, the Elder
Date: c. 1770
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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