Engraving - Honourable Artillery Company Ball Practice at Hampstead, 1831
Engraving - Honourable Artillery Company Ball Practice at Hampstead, 1831
Engraving - Honourable Artillery Company Ball Practice at Hampstead, 1831
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Engraving - Honourable Artillery Company Ball Practice at Hampstead, 1831

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Overall: 60.5cm (24in) x 78cm (31in)

Hand coloured acquaint. Firing practice on Child’s Hill, Hampstead. Dedicated below the image, ‘This Print representing the Hono[u]rable Artillery Company assembled for Ball practice at Childs Hill, Hampstead, is by especial Permission humbly dedicated to their ILLUSTRIOUS COLONEL, His Royal Highness Prince Augustus Frederick Duke of Sussex. K.G., K.T., &c. &c. &c. By His Royal Highness Most dutiful and most obedient Servant George Foster’. Production details below. ’Printed by G. Forster, Engraved by R. Havell Junr., 77, Oxford Street. Publish Jan 1st 1831 by G Forster. 6. Grays Inn Terrace. London’.

A contemporary newspaper commented on a similar HAC firing exercise: ’The officers of the corps were much gratified with the efficiency of the men, and it  is gratifying to know they are so well qualified for duty, as it is not known how soon their services may be again required, to do duty in London, as they were when the Guards were sent to the Continent at the period of the battle of Waterloo.’