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Type: 4th Rate ; Armament 50
Launched : 1780 ; Disposal date or year : 1814
BM : 1060 tons
May 1797 Remained off the Texel during the mutiny on the Nore command.
3 Oct 1797 Remained off the Dutch coast whilst the remainder of the North Sea fleet victualled etc. at Yarmouth.
11 Oct 1797 engaged the Dutch fleet in what was to be known as the Battle of Camperdown (Admiral Duncan).
21 Feb 1798 prize money resulting from the sale of Dutch ships captured on the 11 Oct 1797 due for payment. www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/14089/pages/120
6-7 May 1798, repulse of the French invasion of the Islands of Saint-Marcouf.
1 Jan 1799 The East Indies, Capt. W. Hotham.
25 Apr 1799, the Jupiter, Tremendous, and Adamant recaptured the Chance, laden with rice, whilst at anchor off the Isle of France, but afterwards lost near St. Mary's, Madagascar.
10 May 1799, the boats of the Jupiter, Tremendous, and Adamant, saved a part of the cargo from the American ship Pacific, run on shore by the French near the river Noir, Isle of France ; before vessel was burnt.
11 Dec 1799 destroyed the Preneuse, French 36, after having been run on shore near Port-Louis, Isle of France (Mauritius) by the Tremendous, 74, and Adamant, 50.
May 1805 Yarmouth Roads
8 May 1806 captured the Spanish privateer Nostra Senora de los Dolores, or La Reparadora, ship, 30 guns, 315 men, off the Cape of Good Hope.
17 Jun 1807 captured the French privateer Bueno Union on the Jamaica station.
1809 Harbour Service ??
Leith, Jul 19 1813 Flag-ship in Leith Roads.
Leith Aug 28 1813 On Thursday about 60 old and infirm French prisoners, from Penicuik were put on board for Sheerness, to be sent to France.
Leith Aug 29 1813 Sailed from Leith roads for Sheerness.