"The Embarkation of Genl. Junot, after the Convention of Cintra, at Quai Sodre"
drawn by Henri L' Évêque, engraved by Francesco Bartolozzi
The controversial Convention of Cintra was signed, safe passage for the return of the French troops to France and allowing them to take their booty. There was a Court of Inquiry, but Wellesley successfully argued that he had been superseded at the time by Dalrymple and Burrard.
For more information, see:
Portugal Plundered: Consequences of the Convention of Cintra
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