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St Albans, 1764-1814
Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 64
BM : 1380 tons
5 May 1794 Swiftsure, and St.-Albans, Captain James Vashon, a few days out from Cork: capture of the French frigate Atalante by the former, which was purchased for the use of the British navy.
21 Dec 1796 the Tagus. The Mediterranean fleet arrived to find the St.-Albans 64, already there, waiting to proceed to England with convoy.
28 Feb 1797 captured the Spanish privateer El Atrebedo, alias La Conception.
1 Jan 1799 on the Halifax station.
May 1805 Yarmouth Roads ; Floating Battery.
Portsmouth 22 Jan 1807 sailed with convoy for the East Indies.
11 Jul 1811 Reported to be cruizing to the westward of the Gut, off Gibraltar.
Cadiz circa 21 Dec 1811 Remains.
Cadiz circa 30 Jan 1812 Remains.
Plymouth 3 Oct 1812 Came in from Lisbon with French prisoners and sails to the eastward.
Portsmouth 6 Oct 1812 Arrived from Cadiz.
Portsmouth 8 Oct 1812 Sailed with prisoners on board for Leith.
Yarmouth 14 Oct 1812 Sailed for Flushing.