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Type: Store-ship ; Armament 54
Built for the India service, but purchased by Government in 1795 ;
Disposal date or year : 2 April 1804
Disposal Details : Burnt, having caught fire in the hold, Mediterranean : crew, except five men, saved Captain John Le Gros.
1 Jan 1799, at Cork.
6 Dec 1799, Portsmouth, a Court Martial was held on board the Gladiator for the trial of John Shea, a seamen, belonging to the`Hindostan, for desertion. The prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced to be mulcted of his pay and to receive fifty lashes.
Circa 11 Jan 1800 a ship's boat upset whilst going out to Spithead. Mr. Alsept, the purser, and three men were drowned.
12 Sep 1800, Portsmouth, arrived the Hindostan, Captain Mulock, from the Mediterranean.
21 Sep 1800, Portsmouth, sailed the Hindostan, with a convoy for the Downs.
Portsmouth 22 Mar 1801 Arrived from the Downs.