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A View of the City of Quebec.

A View of the City of Quebec.
A View of the City of Quebec.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PY2888
Description: The full title of this print is 'A View of the City of Quebec, the Capital of Canada, taken from the Rock on Point Levi, by Wm Peachy, Octr 23d 1784'. The former French colony of Quebec had been captured less than thirty years before the print was made.
Creator: William Peachy [artist]; Robert Pollard [publisher]
Date: 1 November 1786
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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