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A pirate hanged at Execution Dock.A pirate hanged at Execution Dock.
A pirate hanged at Execution Dock.

© National Maritime Museum, London

Repro ID: 6588
Title: A pirate hanged at Execution Dock.
Description: A pirate, thought to be Captain James Lowry (hanged 1762), being hanged at Execution Dock. The official on horseback at the left holds the silver oar, which represented the authority of the Admiralty.
Creator: Page Dodd
Date: c. 1762
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London

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