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Alexander Schomberg joined the navy in 1743, became a captain in 1757 and after an active and laudable career was knighted in 1777. He commanded the 'Diana', 32 guns, at the taking of Louisbourg in 1758, where he played a distinguished part. In 1759, still in the 'Diana', he assisted at the taking of Quebec and was closely associated with Wolfe. He later commanded the 'Essex' and at the peace of 1763 he married Arabella Susanna Chalmers.

Captain Sir Alexander Schomberg by William Hogarth National Maritime Museum

1768-69 Allan Ramsay (English artist, 1713–1784) Captain Sir John Lindsay (1737–1788)

1768-69 Allan Ramsay (English artist, 1713–1784) Captain Sir John Lindsay (1737–1788)

John Borlase Warren, né le 2 septembre 1753 à Stapleford dans le Nottinghamshire et décédé le 27 février 1822 à Londres, 1er baronnet, est un officier de marine britannique. Il termine sa carrière dans la Royal Navy avec la grade d'admiral.

Captain John Borlase Warren by Mark Oates - print

THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH* (1727-1788) PORTRAIT OF CAPTAIN PHIPPS, HALF LENGTH, IN NAVAL UNIFORM

Thomas Gainsborough* Portrait of Captain Phipps, half length, in Naval uniform oil on canvas.

Captain Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy, 1769-1839 - National Maritime Museum

Captain Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy, - National Maritime Museum - his adolescent name is carved into a bench in the church Hall (then a school) in Crewkerne, Somerset, near where my parents lived for over 40 years.

Portrait of Captain George Montagu (1750–1829), circa 1780-1790, Attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) or Lemuel Francis Abbott (c.1760–1802)

Lemuel Francis Abbott "Portrait of Captain George Montague", 1790 (Great Britain, Rococo, cent.

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