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Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 74
Seized in trust : 19 Jan 1795 ; Disposal date or year : 1830
19 Jan 1795 all Dutch vessels in British ports ordered to be seized in trust for the stadtholder : the Zeeland, Braakel, Thulen, and two brig-corvettes, with merchant vessels, lying in Plymouth Sound, were detained, where, after landing their powder, they were allowed, for the present, at least, to keep their colours flying..
1 Jan 1799 at the Nore.
Circa Jun 1800 Captain W Mitchell is appointed to the Zealand of 64 guns, in the room of Captain Parr.
26 Oct 1800, Sheerness, a Court Martial was held on board the Shannon, to try Lieutenant James Ryder, of the Zealand, for absenting himself from the ship without leave, when, the charge being proved, he was rendered incapable of serving in the Naval Service of His Majesty, his heirs and successors, for ever ; but the Court recommended him to some consideration of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.
20 Nov 1800 Sheerness a Court-Martial was held on board the Shannon to try Richard Hall, a seaman belonging to the Zealand, for desertion ; when the charge being proved, the Court, in consideration of the good character given him by his officers, only adjudged him to receive 200 lashes.