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Pictures of ‘Charles Edward Dixon’ (exact matches)

"Well Done Condor". The Bombardment of Alexandria, 1882
"Well Done Condor". The Bombardment of Alexandria, 1882
The Burning of the "London" by the Dutch
The Burning of the "London" by the Dutch
The Last Fight of the "Revenge," off Flores, in the Azores, 1591
The Last Fight of the "Revenge," off Flores, in the Azores, 1591
The bombardment of St Jean D'Acre by the British and Allied Squadrons
The bombardment of St Jean D'Acre by the British and Allied Squadrons
The "Victory" at Trafalgar. Nelson's Flagship Nearing the "Santissima Trinidad"
The "Victory" at Trafalgar. Nelson's Flagship Nearing the "Santissima Trinidad"
The Wreck of the "Birkenhead," 1852
The Wreck of the "Birkenhead," 1852
The "Prince George" at the Battle of Malaga, 1704
The "Prince George" at the Battle of Malaga, 1704
Britain's First Two Ironclads
Britain's First Two Ironclads
HMS "Powerful" Steaming up Channel on Her Return from South Africa
HMS "Powerful" Steaming up Channel on Her Return from South Africa
The "Majestic" at the Battle of the Nile, 1798
The "Majestic" at the Battle of the Nile, 1798
The Sailing Training Squadron, 1899
The Sailing Training Squadron, 1899
The "Queen" at the Spithead Review of 1845
The "Queen" at the Spithead Review of 1845
The Flagship "Crescent" at Bar Harbour, 1900
The Flagship "Crescent" at Bar Harbour, 1900
Bomb Ketches Saluting the "Victory," December, 1805
Bomb Ketches Saluting the "Victory," December, 1805
Torpedo Boats in Action at the Naval Manoeuvres
Torpedo Boats in Action at the Naval Manoeuvres
The "Victory" at Portsmouth, Came into Harbour from Last Commission Nov, 1812
The "Victory" at Portsmouth, Came into Harbour from Last Commission Nov, 1812
The "Fame" with Foul-Weather Jack
The "Fame" with Foul-Weather Jack
Rodney's "Formidable" Breaking the Line, 1782
Rodney's "Formidable" Breaking the Line, 1782
The "Majestic." Flagship of the Channel Squadron, 1901
The "Majestic." Flagship of the Channel Squadron, 1901
The "Centurion." Sir Edward Seymour's Flagship in the Far East, 1900
The "Centurion." Sir Edward Seymour's Flagship in the Far East, 1900