'The Dutch in the Medway', c1790. The Raid on the Medway was a successful Dutch attack on the largest English naval ships, which were laid up in the dockyards of Chatham in June 1667 during the Second Anglo-Dutch War. The Dutch, commanded by Admiral Michiel de Ruyter, also bombarded and captured Sheerness and sailed up the Thames as far as Gravesend. From Old Naval Prints, by Charles N. Robinson & Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Limited, London, 1924]
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