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Type: 4th Rate ; Armament 50
Launched : 1814 ; Disposal date or year : 1829
1813 some comments on the design and building of the Forth, Liffey, Severn, Glasgow, and Liverpool.
Portsmouth 30 Sep 1814 Sailed for Plymouth.
Plymouth 2 Oct 1814 Arrived from the Eastward.
28 Jul 1816 sailed as a part of a fleet of 19 vessels from Plymouth Sound, for Gibraltar and the bay of Algiers.
9 Aug 1816 the fleet arrived at Gibraltar, where it joined the Dutch squadron, which had arrived the previous evening, and which, it was agreed, would join the expedition. Whilst at Gibraltar the fleet was victualled and preparations made for the forthcoming battle, with gunnery practice &c. taking place.
27 Aug 1816 circa 1400 hours, no reply having been received to Lord Exmouth's demands, the ships of the fleet took up their stations and the Battle of Algiers commenced, ceasing about 2200 hours. Account of casualties. Account of powder and shot expended. Conferences &c. held with the Dey following the battle regards the demands of the allies and settlements made : honours and awards. See also p. 226 at www.archive.org/details/royalnavyhistory06clow.
3 Sep the fleet sailed from Algiers for Gibraltar and England.
Medals granted to surviving officers, seamen and marines (and soldiers who served as marines) per order of 7th June, 1848
Deptford 31 Aug 1817 Has been commissioned.
Deptford 2 Oct 1817 Ftting out.
Portsmouth 28 Nov 1817 Arrived from Deptford and to be fitted for foreign service.
Portsmouth 21 Dec 1817 Sailed for the Mediterranean.
Malta 21 Jun 1819 Sailed for Smyrna and Palermo.
Portsmouth 7 Mar 1821 Came into harbour from Spithead, to be paid off and re-commissioned, all standing, having recently returned from the Mediterranean, where she has recently been operating in the region of Baia Bay.
Falmouth 28 Sep 1821 Glasgow arrived from Portsmouth, en route for Ceylon (Doyle).
Portsmouth 2 Oct 1821 Is reported to have put into Torbay or Plymouth Sound, due to the foul wind.
Falmouth 6 Oct 1821 Three men from the town and two deserters from the Niemen, whilst making for the Glasgow, were downed when their boat sank.
Falmouth 6 Oct 1821 Remains in Carrick Roads, wind bound.
7 Dec 1821 is reported to have arrived at the Cape of Good Hope from England.
Portsmouth 8 Oct 1825 Sails Monday, weather permitting, for Harwich, to embark passengers for the Baltic.
Portsmouth 27 Dec 1825 Sailed to the Tagus to relive the Tribune.
6 Jan 1827 Employed in the Mediterranean.
Malta 12 May 1827 Employed protecting British trade in the Archipelago, at Alexandria, and around the coasts of Syria and Caramania.
1827 the diplomatic and political situation which led the Battle of Navarin.
14 Oct 1827 state of the Allied Fleet off the Bay of Navarin and the numbers of Turkish vessels present. See also p. 256-> at www.archive.org/details/royalnavyhistory06clow.
20 Oct the Allied Fleet entered the Bay of Navarin and anchored opposite their Turkish equivalents, and shortly afterwards, following some sporadic firing, the battle became general. Numbers of allied personnel killed and wounded at the Battle of Navarin (a.k.a. Navarino), and the names of British Officers killed and wounded. Medals granted to all surviving Officers, seamen and marines (and soldiers who served as marines) per order of 7th June, 1848. † Prize Money see Sep 1834.
Valletta 4 Jun 1828 Arrived with the officers and men of the Parthian, Com. Hon Geo Fredk. Hotham, wrecked on 15 May, near Marabout Island, on the coast of Egypt.
Navarino 24 Jun 1828 Sailed for Corfu.
Corfu 3 Jul 1828 Sailed for Malta.
Malta 10 Jul 1828 Sailed for Gibraltar.
Gibraltar 4 Aug 1828 Sailed for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 18 Aug 1828 Arrived from the Mediterranean.
Jul 1830 Chatham - being broken up.
† 30 Sep 1834 prize money for Navarin due for payment from 1 Oct 1834 - see London Gazette of 30 Sep for for details www.gazettes-online.co.uk.