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Andrews: Bulahair

Andrews: Bulahair
Mottram Andrews
The Encampment at Bulahair (from the road to Chifflik).
Lt. Col. Andrews del. J. Sutcliffe, Lith. Printed at 70 St. Martins Lane. Pub. By Thomas Mclean, 1856.
Tinted lithograph   Image 295 x 480mm. Scuffed at the margins but otherwise a clean example.
A view of the Allied camp on the Crimea, drawn by Captain Mottram Andrews (1807-88) and published in his ' Series of Views in Turkey and the Crimea, From the Embarcation at Gallipoli to the Fall of Sebastopol', a series considerably rarer than William Simpson's views.
Andrews served with the 28th Foot (North Gloucester) Regiment, which fought at the battles of the Alma and Inkermann and Siege of Sevastapol. He retired and was given an honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel on September 9th, 1855.

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