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Type: 5th rate ; Armament 32
Launched at Bursted in 1781 ;
Disposal date or year : 1816
Tons BM : 699.
31 Oct 1793 Action on the coast of Holland.
2 Feb 1794 Vice-admiral Sir John Jervis sailed from Barbadoes with a fleet, including the Quebec, Captain Josias Rogers, for Martinique. Seamen from many of the ships played an important role in moving heavy guns over difficult terrain and in the various assaults required to subdue the Island. Elements from the fleet then went on to take Sainte-Lucie, Guadeloupe, and other islands, in subsequent months.
March and April 1794, operations at the Islands of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe.
Circa 10 Apr 1794 the frigates Quebec, Ceres and Rose were detached to take the three small islands adjacent to Guadeloupe, called the Saintes.
2 Jan 1795 briefly off Pointe-a-Pitre, a harbour in Grande-terre, Guadeloupe, in company with the Blanche, Captain James Carpenter.
10 Mar 1796 captured the French privateer Aspic in the Channel.
6 - 7 Jul 1796 The loss of a small convoy under the frigate Quebec, Captain John Cooke, to the French frigates Thetis and Pensée, to the westward of the island of Porto-Rico.
20-21 Apr 1797 operation mounted to cut out a number of merchant vessel prizes being held at Jean-Rabel.
1 Jan 1799, in ordinary at Portsmouth.
19 Mar 1799, at Portsmouth, in harbour fitting.
24 Apr 1799, Portsmouth, sailed again the West India fleet, under convoy of the Quebec and Dryad frigates.
1 - 2 May 1800 prize money resulting from the operations at the Islands of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe due for payment. www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/15245/pages/339
Jun 1800 captured a French row-boat privateer, name unkown, on the Jamaica station.
May 1805 Well's Yard, Blackwall, repairing in Ordinary
30 Aug - 5 Sep 1807 treaty was signed with the governor of the Danish island of Heligoland.
16 Mar 1810 captured a French privateer, name unknown.
21 Mar 1810 captured the French privateer Imperatrice.
29 May 1810 the ships' boats of the Quebec, Desiree, Britomart, and Bold destroyed 2 French privateers, names unknown, in the Vlie.
8 Nov 1810 whilst running past the Vlie and Schelling, to resume her station before the Texel, sent in the ship's boats to capture the French schooner-privateer Jeune-Louise.
2 Dec 1810 Quebec and Kite captured the French privateer Renard at sea.
1 Aug 1811 whilst cruising off the coast between the Texel and the Elbe, the ships' boats of a small squadron were sent to the island of Nordeney with a view to cutting out a number of gun-boats.
Yarmouth 18 Sep 1811 Arrived from off Heligoland.
Yarmouth 29 Sep 1811 Sailed on a cruise.
30 Oct 1811 captured the French privateer Olympia in the North Sea.
Yarmouth 3 Nov 1811 Remains.
Yarmouth 6 Nov 1811 Sailed on a cruise.
Deal 26 Dec 1811 Arrived from the Scheldt.