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Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 74
Launched : 18 Oct 1781 ; BM: 1642 tons
5 Dec 1798 with the squadron off Cadiz.
3 May 1799 prepared for action on receipt of news that the French fleet had escaped from Brest and was heading towards Cadiz. The French were sighted the following day, but stood on for the Mediterranean.
10 May 1799 arrived with the fleet at Gibraltar, and having watered and victualled sailed for the Mediterranean.
20 May 1799 anchored in Port-Mahon : sailed on 22nd on a cruise.
27 Aug 1799, Plymouth, in Cawsand Bay.
24 Sep 1799, Plymouth, remain in Cawsand Bay.
1 Oct 1799, Plymouth, sailed on a cruise.
26 Jan 1800, Plymouth, arrived the Warrior, 74, Capt. Tyler, from Torbay.
1 Apr 1800, Portsmouth, sailed to join the Channel fleet.
24 Apr 1800, Torbay, sailed with the Channel Fleet, under the command of Sir Alan Gardner.
18 May 1800, Plymouth, the Channel fleet passed up for Torbay this morning having experienced the fury of the gale when laying to off Brest, leaving the Warrior, Elephant, Railleur, Trompeuse, and Lady Jane cutter off the French coast.
23 May 1800, Plymouth, arrived from off Brest with the Elephant, 74, and Dolly cutter to repair the damage received in the late gales.
3 Jun 1800, Plymouth, sailed for Portsmouth.
19 Aug 1800, Portsmouth, sailed to join Lord St. Vincent's fleet.
23 Oct 1800, Deuarnez Bay, with the flying squadron off the Black Rocks, composing the ships of the line Caesar, Pompee, Canada, Defence, Edgar, Warrior, Defiance, and Nimrod cutter ; the weather was very fine.
8 Nov 1800 Plymouth, arrived from Torbay to refit.
28 Nov 1800, Plymouth, sailed for the Channel Fleet.
Circa 12 Mar 1801 fleet under Admiral Sir Hyde Parker sailed from Yarmouth roads for Copenhagen. 31 Mar Copenhagen : remained anchored off the Middle Ground with Admiral Parker whilst Nelson sailed with the rest of the fleet for the forthcoming engagement. 2 Apr moved closer to Copenhagen.
12 Apr 1801 the fleet sailed from Copenhagen into the Baltic.
24 Jul 1802 head money for those present at the Engagement at Copenhagen, on the 2d April 1801, due for payment.
14 Apr 1805 reconnoitred the harbour of Brest.
15 Jul 1805 with the blockading squadron off Ferrol, under Sir Robert Calder : sailed 30 to 40 leagues off Finisterre to intercept Franco-Spanish fleet from the West Indies. 22nd sighted each other. Signal made to engage the enemy - the engagement. The damage ; subsequent manoeuvres by the two fleets ; the wash-up ; 26 Jul 1805 movements of the fleet following the battle.
Plymouth 1 Jan 1807 Sailed for the Channel Fleet.
24 Jun 1809 Canopus, Spartiate and Warrior anchored to the northward of the islands of Ischia and Procida, in readiness to make an attack upon them.
Oct 1809 the islands of Zante, Cephalonia, and their dependencies, surrendered, without opposition, to a combined naval and military force from the Warrior.
Falmouth 23 Mar 1811 Arrived from Cadiz.
Plymouth 4 Apr 1811 Sailed for Portsmouth.
Deal 12 Dec 1811 Arrived from the Nore.
Portsmouth 26 Dec 1811 Arrived from Chatham.
Portsmouth 1 Mar 1812 Arrived with a convoy from the Downs.
Deal 1 Mar 1812 Sailed for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 4 Mar 1812 Arrived from off Havre and Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 9 Mar 1812 Sailed for off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 1 Apr 1812 Arrived from a cruise.
Portsmouth 14 Apr 1812 Arrived.
Deal 15 Jun 1812 Sailed for off Flushing.
Portsmouth 7 Mar 1813 Sailed with a convoy for the Downs.
Portsmouth 10 Apr 1814 Sailed with the West India convoy.
Portsmouth 13 Apr 1814 Sailed with a convoy for the West Indies.
Deal 24 Sep 1814 Arrived with the homeward bound Jamaica convoy.
Deal 4 Oct 1814 Sailed for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 5 Oct 1814 Arrived from the Downs, to refit.
Portsmouth 4 Nov 1814 Has completed her refit.
Portsmouth 8 Jan 1815 Appointed to the convoy bound to Madeira, West Indies and late Dutch colonies.
Portsmouth 13 Jan 1815 Remains with the convoy signal flying for the West Indies.
Portsmouth 17 Jan 1815 With the convoy for the West Indies, and remains.
Portsmouth 20 Jan 1815 Remains with the West Indies convoy.
Falmouth 20 Mar 1815 Arrived with a convoy from Plymouth and Torbay to join the Warrior at this port.
Falmouth 1 Apr 1815 Got under weigh with the West India convoy, but the wind coming again from the southward, the signal was made to anchor ; and they remain.
Plymouth 4 Apr 1815 Sailed with the outward bound West India convoy with a fine breeze.
Jamaica 8 Jul 1815 Sailed for England with a convoy.
Portsmouth 3 Sep 1815 Arrived with the Jamaica convoy.
Portsmouth 5 Sep 1815 To go round to Chatham when she has landed goods and passengers.
1818 Receiving Ship.
Jul 1830 Chatham.
Circa Apr-May 1832 has been towed up the Medway to be moored off Chatham Dockyard as a receiving ship.
9 Jan 1834 fitting out as a hulk at Woolwich.
20 Mar 1835 receiving ship at Woolwich.
20 Dec 1848 convict Ship, Woolwich.