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Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 64
Completed : Purchased 1796 ; Disposal date or year : 1814
9 Oct 1797 joined Admiral Duncan's North Sea fleet off Yarmouth and sailed for the Texel. 11 Oct 1797 engaged the Dutch fleet in what was to be known as the Battle of Camperdown.
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
19 Mar 1799 at Spithead.
4 Jun 1799 arrived off Basque road, and on the 8th sailed for England.
13 Jun 1799 arrived in Cawsand Bay from off Brest.
31 Aug 1799 Plymouth sailed for Newfoundland.
14 Nov 1799 Plymouth arrived the Venus, Squarney, from Newfoundland for this port, with fresh oil ; she sailed the 20th ult. under convoy of the Agincourt, 64, and parted company the 3d inst., in a gale. The fishing on the Bank has been uncommonly productive this season. The above vessel has only five hands, yet they killed 80,000 fish.
24 Feb 1800, Portsmouth, arrived, last from Madeira.
Circa May 1800, Captain Ryves is appointed to the Agincourt, which bears the flag of Admiral Pole, to whom J.P. Rance, Esq is appointed Secretary.
14 Jul 1800, Portsmouth, sailed with a convoy for Newfoundland.
17 Nov 1800, Portsmouth, arrived from Newfoundland, with only 2 out of 14 merchant ships that sailed under her convoy; the rest having parted in a gale.
2 Sep 1801 Off the coast of Egypt.
8 Jul 1803 with the blockading fleet off Toulon.
1804-1805 Channel Fleet
2 Jan 1807 Remains in Yarmouth Roads.
1808-1811 Converted for use as a Victualler
Apr 22 1811 In the Tagus.
Falmouth Aug 25 1811 Arrived.
Portsmouth Dec 1 1811 Arrived remaining transports that sailed with her on the 6 Nov., from Lisbon, with sick or convalescent officers and men.
Jan 1812 Converted for use as a Troop Ship and Agincourt (1796) renamed Bristol. - see Bristol for further movements.