- "Sixth-Rate on the Stocks", now in the National Maritime Museum, London.
- "The Royal Yacht Caroline", NMM
- "The HMS Royal George off Deptford at the launch of the HMS Cambridge, 1755", NMM (though the former ship was only launched a year later, and would have been of too deep a draught to appear where it does)
- The theme for a series of six paintings, displayed in the parlour of one of the survivors of the Luxborough Galley, was repeated in The Loss of the 'Luxborough' Galley in 1727 and the Escape of Some of her Crew (Greenwich Hospital coll., NMM).
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