'Burning of the Kent', c1893, (1911). The Kent, an East Indiaman, owned by the British East India Company, launched in 1820. The Kent left the Downs on 19th February 1825 with 641 people on board. The Kent caught fire and sank in The Bay of Biscay between the French and Spanish boarder. From Bibby's Annual 1911, [J. Bibby & Sons, Liverpool, 1911]
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