The British Empire and its effect on Plymouth

Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson accompanied his friend Joshua Reynolds to Plymouth. Indeed, Reynolds actually painted the likeness above. Johnson was highly amused at the antagonism and rivalry between Plymouth and Plymouth Dock.

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