The China Squadron at Port Hamilton, Corea, and at Port Arthur, the Chinese Naval Station
9 scenes of the China Squadron at Port Hamilton, Corea, and at Port Arthur, the Chinese Naval Station: 1. Two men picking up the victims of submarine warfare. 2. Naval officers riding on horseback on the way to the Levee at Port Arthur. 3. Bluejackets trying to tread the boom under water and helping a woman over the stile. 4. Men boating with a steam cutter rushing the boom. 5. Prince Chun's Levee at Port Arthur. 6. Coreans were supervised by the foreign officers to assist in making the boom. 7. The "Firebrand", the smallest vessel in the Squadron, was bursting through the boom without a check. 8. Method of fixing the cut water to surmount the boom. 9. People breaking up the boom
|Source||The Graphic, 1886-10-02|
|Format||1 print : engraving, black and white ; 41 x 61 cm|
|Publisher||London: Publisher not identified|
|HKBU Library collection||Illustrations from British historical newspapers|
|Library record||View the record in HKBU library catalogue|
Cite this image as: "The China Squadron at Port Hamilton, Corea, and at Port Arthur, the Chinese Naval Station", in Hong Kong Baptist University Library Art Collections, accessed 11/12/2323, https://bcc.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/artcollection/the-graphic-33.