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Type: 4th Rate ; Armament 54
Seized in trust : 19 Jan 1795 ; Disposal date or year : 1814
19 Jan 1795 all Dutch vessels in British ports ordered to be seized in trust for the stadtholder : the Zeeland, Braakel, Thulen, and two brig-corvettes, with merchant vessels, lying in Plymouth Sound, were detained, where, after landing their powder, they were allowed, for the present, at least, to keep their colours flying..
11 Oct 1797 Battle of Camperdown
1 Jan 1799, now in the North Sea.
6 Jan 1799, at Harwich
26 Mar 1800, Portsmouth, arrived the Delft, Europa, and Braakel, Captain Walker, with the 13th regiment, from Ireland.
Circa May 1800, Captain George Clarke, who returned to England with the command of the Conquerant, is appointed to the Braakel.
Circa May 1800, Captain James Walker, of the Braakel, is appointed to the Prince George.
7 Aug 1800, Portsmouth, at nine o'clock, a gun was fired on board the Royal William, at Spithead, and the yellow flag hoisted as a signal for executing J. Watson and and J. Allen, who were condemned by a Court Martial as being concerned in the mutiny on board the Hermione. The signal being repeated, the yellow flag was hoisted on board the Puissant at Spithead, and the Braakel in the harbour, on board which ships they were executed, boats from all the ships at Spithead, manned and armed with marines, attended the Puissant as those in the Harbour did the Braakel.
23 Oct 1800, Portsmouth, sailed to St Helens.
19 Nov 1800, Portsmouth, sailed for Ireland
8 Mar to 2 Sep 1801 Services off the coast of Egypt.
May 1805 Chatham in Ordinary