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Full page Williamite print depicting the departure of William III from Hellevoetsluys for England in November 1688. The image features massed fleets and a crowded quayside, with a vignette of provisions and supplies being loaded in the front left of the picture. The inscription in French refers to His Royal Highness and alludes to the port of Hellevoetsluis [sic]. The print is numbered '2' in pencil and is bound in a book containing 95 engravings depicting the life of William III.