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Duquesne, 1803
Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 74
Taken : 1803 ; Disposal date or year : 1805
BM: 1903 tons

Duquesne, measured at Jamaica 2151 tons - Measured in England 1903 tons bm

24 Jul - 2 Sep 1803 Vanguard and Tartar chase and capture of the French 74 Duquesne, and the escape of the Duguay-Trouin, 74 and the 40-gun frigate Guerrière. Duquesne was afterwards added to the British navy under her French name ; but being in the following year, carelessly run aground on Morant Keys, went to England only to be broken up.

16 Jun 1804 the Duquesne, Capt Walker, and the Bellerophon, Capt Loring, with the homeward bound West India convoy departed Jamaica.

10 Aug 1804 arrived Spithead from Jamaica.

18 Aug 1804 departed Spithead for the Eastwards to be paid off.