'Napoleon on Board H.M.S. Bellerophon, July, 1815', (1896). In 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) surrendered to a British naval officer, Captain Maitland of the HMS 'Bellerophon'. Here is shown on board the ship bound for St Helena, where he remained in exile until his death in 1821. Typogravure after the painting made c1880 by WQ Orchardson. From Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume IV, by William Milligan Sloane. [The Century Co., New York, 1896]
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