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Philip Affleck

(1729-1799), Admiral

Mid-Georgian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 2 portraits
Admiral Affleck distinguished himself while under Boscawen's command at Louisbourg in 1758. He went on to become Commander-in-Chief in the West Indies in 1790.

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Philip Affleck, by John Young, after  Edward Penny - NPG D316

Philip Affleck

by John Young, after Edward Penny
mezzotint, 1792 (circa 1770)
NPG D316


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