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Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 74
Launched : 1779 ; Disposal date or year : 1817
Apr / May 1793 Sailed under the command of Captain Robert Linzee, as a part of a squadron for the Mediterranean Fleet, then to be based off Toulon.
Sep 1793 Sent from Toulon to Corsica, with a squadron under Commodore Robert Linzee, with a view to supporting a supposed insurrection.
1 Oct 1793 Unsuccessful attack on Forneilli.
5 Feb 1794 sent to the gulf of San-Fiorenzo with troops to secure the anchorage, where the seamen do wonders with ropes. Captain John Woodley.
2 Apr 1794, sailed for Bastia, arriving on the 4th, which place was subsequently taken on 21 May.
Early Aug 1794, Alcide, Rear-adm. (w.) Robert Linzee, Captain John Woodley, departed Bastia with Lord Hood in the Victory in pursuit of a French squadron, which sought safety of Gourjean bay. Leaving a squadron to blockade the French the Admiral returned to Corsica to continue operations. Due to stormy weather driving the British out to sea the French squadron was able return to Toulon.
May 1805 Portsmouth ; Receiving Ship