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Type: Frigate ; Armament 38
Built at Woolwich in 1780 ;
Renamed : 1798 ; Disposal date or year : BU Apr 1803
Tons (BM) : 944.
17 Jun 1795 Cornwallis's action with the French. - repulse of fleet four times superior in force.
1798 Minerva renamed Pallas.
1 Jan 1799, Capt. J. Edmonds. At Portsmouth.
31 Jan 1799, sailed with Europa and Haarlem from the Cove of Cork with troops for Portugal.
23 Sep 1799, Plymouth, arrived, the Sally, Nash, from Lisbon. She sailed the 27th ult. with the Pallas, 38 guns, with eighty sail last week, in the chops of the Channel, in a heavy gale of wind, several of the convoy were dismasted.
15 Feb 1800, Portsmouth, arrived with the Druid, from Guernsey.
25 Apr 1800, sailed with the Inflexible, Stately, Wassenaer, Alkmaar, Charon, Expedition, Hebe, Romulus, Sensible, Niger, Resource, and Vestal, with troops ; the Commanders of which have sealed orders.
21 May 1800, off Genoa. Capture of the Prima galley ; 1 wounded.
8 Mar to 2 Sep 1801 Services off the coast of Egypt.