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DIGBY, Robert (1732-1815) was a Royal Navy Admiral who also served briefly as a Member of Parliament (MP). After the surrender of New York city in 1783, Digby helped to organize the evacuation of some 1,500 United Empire Loyalists to the small port of Conway in Nova Scotia. The settlement he led transformed the tiny village into a town, which in 1787 was renamed Digby. Engraving of Admiral Digby by J. Chapman, 8"x10". Fine condition.
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Admiral Digby Engraving

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Auction closed on Friday, February 28, 2020.
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