RN Vessels Lost 1793-1901

A list of ships and vessels late belonging to the British navy, captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt.

Sources: William James Naval history (1837) and William Laird Clowes history of the Royal Navy, newspapers of the day and personal notes etc.

For more precise information regarding losses suggest visitors read David Hepper's "British Warship losses in the age of sail"

Date Lost         Rate Ship-Guns Commander           How and where lost
27 May 1793 6th Rate Hyena, 24 Capt. William Hargood Captured by the French frigate Concorde.
1 June 1793 Cutter Advice, 4 Lieut. Edward Tyrrel Wrecked on Key Bokell, Honduras: crew saved.
4 Oct. 1793 Frigate Thames, 32 Capt. James Cotes Captured by a squadron of French frigates.
20 Nov. 1793 3rd Rate Scipion, 74 - Accidentally burnt in Leghorn roads: crew saved.
16 Dec. 1793 14 Pigmy, 14 Lieut. Abraham Pulliblank Wrecked on the Motherbank: crew, except seven, saved.
18 Dec. 1793 Cutter Vigilante, 4 (name unknown) Captured by the French on retaking Toulon
18 Dec. 1793 Brig-sloop Alerte, 14 Not in commission Captured by the French on retaking Toulon.
18 Dec. 1793 Fireship Conflagration Com. John Loring Destroyed by the British at Toulon, to prevent capture.
18 Dec. 1793 Fireship Vulcan Com. Charles Hare Expended in firing the French ships at Toulon.
18 Dec. 1793 Gunboat Union - Blown up at Toulon.
Dec. 1793 4 Vipêre, 4 (name unknown) Wrecked in Hières bay: crew saved.
7 Jan 1794 24 Moselle, 24 Com. Richard Henry Alexander Bennett Captured by the French in Toulon, having entered by mistake.
30 Jan. 1794 18 Amphitrite, 18 Capt. Anthony Hunt Wrecked by striking on a sunken rock in the Mediterranean : crew saved
Feb. 1794 6 Spitfire, 6 Com. T. W. Rich Foundered or overset off St. Domingo: crew perished.
8 March, 1794   Convert Capt. John Lawford Wrecked on the Grand Caymanes, West Indies: crew saved. Late Inconstant.
11 April, 1794 Floating battery Prosilyte Com. Walter Serocold Destroyed by the fire from the French batteries at Bastia.
April, 1794 64 Ardent, 64 Capt. Robert Manners Sutton Burnt by accident and blown up with all the crew, off Corsica
8 May 1794 4 Placentia Lieut. A Sheppard Wrecked off Marticot Island, Newfoundland ; crew saved.
9 May 1794 32 Castor, 32 Capt. Thos. Troubridge Captured by Admiral Nielly's squadron, off Cape Clear.
May, 1794 16 Alert, 16 Com. Charles Smith Captured by the French frigate Unité, off the coast of Ireland.
28 June 1794 28 Rose, 28 Capt. Matthew Henry Scott Wrecked on Rocky-Point, Jamaica: crew saved
June, 1794 14 Speedy, 14 Com. George Eyre Captured by a French squadron, off Nice
June, 1794 14 Ranger, 14 Lt. Isaac Cotgrave Captured by a French squadron, off Brest.
24 July 1794 16 Hound, 16 Com. Richard Piercy Captured by the French frigates Seine and Galathée on her passage from the West Indies
24 Aug. 1794 3rd rate Impétueux Not in commission. Burnt by accident and blown up, in Portsmouth harbour : crew saved (in ordinary)
August, 1794 Brig sloop Scout, 16 Com. Charles Robinson Captured by two French frigates off Bona.
6 Nov. 1794 3rd rate Alexander, 74 R.-Adm Richard Rodney Bligh Captured by a French squadron of five 74s and three frigates off Sicily.
26 Nov. 1794 Sloop Pylades, 16 Com. Thomas Twisden Wrecked in Heraldswick bay, isle of Nest, Shetland: crew saved
26 Nov. 1794 Gun Brig Actif, 10 Com. John Harvey (2) Foundered off Bermuda : crew saved.
Nov. 1794, date unknown, Sloop Espion, 16 Com. William Hugh Kittoe Captured by three French frigates.
12 Feb. 1795 Sloop Daphne, 20 Capt. William Edward Cracraft. Captured by a detachment of the Brest fleet. Recaptured 29 Dec 1797.
7 March 1795 3rd rate Berwick, 74 Capt. Adam Littlejohn. Captured by the French fleet in the Mediterranean.
14 March 1795 3rd rate Illustrious, 74 Capt. Thomas Lenox Frederick Wrecked in a gale, on the rocks near Avenza crew saved.
1 May 1795 2nd rate Boyne, 98 Capt. George Grey Accidentally burnt at Spithead: crew saved.
May, 1795 Floating Battery Musquito (Mosquito), 4 Lt. William M'Carty Wrecked on the coast of France, near Jersey : crew perished.
June, 1795 Schooner Flying-fish, 6 Lt. George Seton Captured by two French privateers.
2 Aug. 1795 Frigate Diomede, 44 Capt. Matthew Smith Wrecked by striking on a sunken rock off Trincomalé, island of Ceylon: crew saved.
7 Oct. 1795 3rd rate Censeur, 74 Capt. John Gore Captured by a French squadron, off Cape St.-Vincent.
7 Nov. 1795 Brig-sloop Scourge, 16 Com. William Stap Foundered off the coast of Holland : crew saved.
12 Nov. 1795 Brig-sloop Flêche, 14 Lt. Charles Came Wrecked in San-Fiorenzo : crew saved
9 Dec. 1795 6th rate Nemesis, 28 Capt. Samuel H. Linzee Captured by the French frigate Sensible and corvette Sardine, in the road at Smyrna.
11 Dec. 1795 Dutch Hoy Shark, 4 Lt _ Watson Captured by being run away with into La Hogue by her own crew.
29 Dec. 1795 Frigate Amethyst, 38 Capt. Thomas Affleck Wrecked at Alderney crew saved.
11 Feb. 1796 Frigate Leda, 36 Capt. John Woodley Foundered by upsetting in a heavy squall, in lat. 38° 8' long. 17° 40' : crew, except seven, perished.
12 Feb. 1796 Sloop St. Pierre, - Not known. Wrecked off Pt. Negro.
4 April 1796 Hired lugger    Spider Lt. James Oswald Collided with the Ramillies.
11 April 1796 3rd rate Ca-Ira, 80 Capt. Charles Dudley Pater Burnt by accident and blown up, in San-Fiorenzo bay crew, except four, saved.
13 May 1796 4th rate Salisbury, 50 Capt. William Mitchell Wrecked on the Isle of Avache, St. Domingo: crew saved.
10 June, 1796 6th rate Arab, 16 Com. Stephen Seymour Wrecked on the Penmarcks near Brest : crew saved.
15 July 1796 Sloop Trompeuse, 16 Com. Joshua Rowley Watson Wrecked on the Farmer-rock, Kinsale ; crew saved.
July, 1796 5th rate Active, 32 Capt. Edward Leveson Gower Wrecked in the river St. Lawrence : crew saved.
July, 1796 Gun-brig Sirène Com. Daniel Guerin Wrecked in the Bay of Honduras : crew perished.
27 Aug. 1796 5th rate Undaunted, 38     Capt. Robert Winthrop Wrecked on the Morant Keys, West Indies crew saved. Late Aréthuse c. 1793.
Aug. 1796 Brig-sloop Bermuda, 14 Com. Thomas Maxtone Foundered in the Florida gulf: crew perished.
22 Sep. 1796 5th rate Amphion, 32 Capt. Israel Pellew. Burnt by accident and blown up, in Hamoaze, Plymouth ; and most of the crew perished.
3 Oct. 1796 6th rate Narcissus, 20 Capt. Percy Fraser Wrecked on Sandy key, New Providence: crew saved.
2 Oct. 1796 Lugger Experiment, 10 Lt. George Hayes Captured by a Spanish squadron in the Mediterranean.
10 Oct. 1796 4th rate Malabar, 54 Capt. Thomas Parr Foundered in coming from the West Indies: crew saved.
20 Oct. 1796 6th rate Poulette Capt. Edwards Burnt at Ajaccio as unserviceable.
20 Oct. 1796 6th rate Bellette Com. John Temple Burnt at Ajaccio as unserviceable.
3 Nov. 1796 Sloop Helena, 14 Com. Jermyn John Symons Foundered on the coast of Holland : crew perished.
Nov. 1796 Brig Berbice, 8 Lt. John Tresahar Wrecked on the coast of Dominica: crew saved.
Nov. 1796 Brig Vanneau, 8 Lt. John Gourly Wrecked at Porto-Ferrajo, Mediterranean: crew saved.
7 Dec. 1796 5th rate Réunion, 36 Capt. Henry William Bayntun Wrecked in the Swin : crew saved.
13 Dec. 1796 5th rate Vestal _ Supposedly captured on the 13, and then recaptured on the following day on the 14 Dec.
18 Dec. 1796 3rd rate Courageux, 74 Capt. Benjamin Hallowell Wrecked near the foot of Ape's Hill, Straits of Gibraltar : crew, except 124, perished.
21 Dec. 1796 3rd rate Bombay-Castle, 74 Capt. Thomas Sotheby Wrecked in the river Tagus: crew saved.
24 Dec. 1796 Sloop Cormorant, 18 Lt. Thomas Gott Burnt by accident and blown up at Port-au-Prince, St.-Domingo : crew, except 20, perished.
27 Dec. 1796 6th rate Hussar, 28 Capt. James Colnett Wrecked on the coast of France : crew saved.
31 Dec. 1796 Sloop Curlew, 18 Com. Francis Ventris Field Foundered in the North Sea : crew perished
2 Jan. 1797 Brig sloop Vipère, 16 Com. Henry Harding Parker Foundered off the Shannon : crew perished.
Jan. 1797 Brig sloop Hermes, 14 Com. William Mulso Foundered at sea crew perished.
14 Jan. 1797 5th rate Amazon, 36 Capt. Robert Carthew Reynolds Wrecked on the French coast, near Isle Bas : crew saved, but made prisoners.
24 Feb 1797 Tender Bloom Lt. Andrew Congalton Taken off Holyhead, in the Irish Sea, by the French.
24 Feb 1797 Tender Brighton - Taken off Holyhead, in the Irish Sea, by the French.
27 April 1797 Former 3rd Rate and lately Floating Battery. Albion Capt. Henry Savage Wrecked on the Middle sand, in the Swin ; crew saved.
April 1797 6th rate Tartar, 28 Capt. Hon. C. Elphinstone Wrecked at the island St.-Domingo : crew saved.
17 May 1797 Sloop Providence Capt. William Robert Broughton Wrecked in the Pacific ocean: crew saved.
May 1797 Brig Lacedemonian, 12 Com. Matthew Wrench Captured in the West Indies by the French.
May 1797 Schooner Port Royal, 10 Lt. Elias Man Taken in the West Indies
15 Jun 1797 Brig sloop Fortune, 16 Com. Valentine Collard Wrecked, near Oporto : crew perished.
24 July 1797 Cutter Fox, _ Lt. John Gibson Destroyed in front of Santa-Cruz : 96 of crew and passengers perished.
31 July 1797 5th rate Artois, 38 Capt. Sir Edmund Nagle Wrecked on the coast of France: crew saved.
22 Sept. 1797 5th rate Hermione, 32 Capt. Hugh Pigot (2) Captured by her crew mutinying and carrying her into La Guira, South America.
16 Nov. 1797 5th rate Tribune, 36 Capt. Scory Barker Wrecked off Halifax, Nova Scotia : crew, except seven, perished.
25 Nov. 1797 Hired lugger Hope, 10 - Run down in the Channel.
27 Dec. 1797 Sloop Hunter, 18 Com. Tudor Tucker Wrecked on Hog island, off Virginia : crew, except five saved.
Dec. 1797 Gunboat Growler, 14 Lt. John Hollingsworth. Captured off Dungeness, by two French row-boats.
Dec. 1797 Sloop Swift, 18 Com. Thomas Hayward Foundered in the China seas: crew perished.
Dec. 1797 Gun-brig Pandour, 14 Lt. Samuel Mason Foundered in the North Sea: crew perished.
Dec. 1797 Cutter Resolution, 14 Com. William Hugget Foundered at sea: crew perished.
Dec. 1797 Schooner Marie Antoinette, 10 Lt. John M'Inerheny Captured by her Crew mutinying and carrying her into a French port in the West Indies.
3 Jan. 1798 Sloop George, 6 Lt. Michael Mackey Captured by two Spanish privateers in the West Indies.
3 Feb. 1798 Sloop Raven, 18 Com. John William Taylor Dixon Wrecked on the Middle ground, near Cuxhaven : crew saved.
4 April 1798 5th rate Pallas, 32 Capt. Hon. Henry Curzon Wrecked on Mount-Batten point, Plymouth Sound: crew saved.
12 April 1798 5th rate Lively, 32 Capt. James Nicoll Morris Wrecked on Rota point, near Cadiz : crew saved.
18 Apr 1798 Hired cutter Neptune, 6 Rd Gormer Run down off Beachy Head when in collision with an East Indiaman.
23 May 1798 Brig sloop Braak, 16 Com. James Drew Foundered by upsetting in the Delaware: captain and 34 of her crew perished.
23 Jun 1798 sloop Rover, 16 Com. George Irvine Wrecked in the gulf of St. Lawrence: crew saved.
29 June 1798 5th rate Pique, 36 Capt. David Milne Wrecked on the coast of France: crew saved.
18 July 1798 5th rate Aigle, 38 Capt. Charles Tyler Wrecked off Cape Farina, coast of Spain : crew saved.
24 July 1798 5th rate Resistance, 44 Capt. Edward Pakenham Burnt and blown up in the Straits of Banca: crew, except about five, perished.
26 July 1798 6th rate Garland, 28 Capt. James Athol Wood Wrecked off the coast of Madagascar : crew saved.
Jul. 1798 Hired Cutter Princess Royal, 8 R. Keys Taken by a French privateer.
Aug. 15 1798 Armed Transport Etrusco, 24 Com. George Reynolds Foundered coming from the West Indies
18 Aug. 1798 4th rate Leander, 50 Capt. Thommas Boulden Thompson Captured by the French 74, Généreux, near Candia, Mediterranean.
26 Aug. 1798 Gunvessel Crash, 12 Lt. Bulkley Mackworth Praed Captured on the coast of Holland.
13 Oct. 1798 5th rate Jason, 38 Capt. Charles Stirling Wrecked near Brest : crew saved, but made prisoners.
Nov. 12, 1798 Sloop Peterel, 16 Com. Charles Long Taken by 3 Spanish frigates, but recaptured the following day by the Squadron, including the Leviathan, Centaur, and Argo, along with some armed transports, off Minorca.
Nov. 26, 1798 Armed transport, late 4th rate Medusa, 50 Com. Alexander Becher Wrecked on the coast of Portugal
Nov. 1798 Hired Tender Margaret Lt. John Pollexfen Lost off the Irish coast : see Naval Chronicle, available from for more info.
3 Dec. 1798 Sloop Kingfisher, 18 Lt. Frederick Lewis Maitland (2) Wrecked on the bar of Lisbon: crew saved.
10 Dec. 1798 3rd rate Colossus, 74 Capt. George Murray Wrecked off Sicily: crew saved.
14 Dec. 1798 5th rate Ambuscade, 32 Capt. Henry Jenkins Captured by the French 28-gun frigate Baïonnaise.
Dec. 1798 5th rate Hamadryad, 36 Capt. Thos. Elphinstone Wrecked on the coast of Portugal.
Dec. 1798 Hired tender Caroline Lt. Whittle Lost in the East Indies : disappeared and never heard of again.
Jan 7, 1799 Frigate Apollo, 38 Capt. Peter Halkett Wrecked on the coast of Holland : crew saved.
Jan 12, 1799 Brig Sloop Weazle, 14 Com. Hon. Henry Grey Wrecked in Barnstaple Bay : crew, except the purser, perished.
Feb 1, 1799 Frigate Proserpine, 28 Capt. James Wallis Wrecked in the river Elbe : crew, except 15 saved.
Feb 2, 1799 Ship Sloop Nautilus, 16 Com. Henry Gunter Wrecked off Flamborough Head : crew saved.
Feb. 1799 Schooner Charlotte, 8 Lt. John Thicknesse Taken by the French, off Cape Francois. Recaptured 22 Nov. 1799.
Feb. 1799 Schooner Mosquito, 6 Lt. Thomas White Captured by two Spanish frigates, off Cuba.
Feb. 1799 Storeship Grampus, 26 Capt. George Hart Wrecked on Barking shelf, near Woolwich : crew saved.
Mar. 18, 1799 - Torride, 2 - Taken by the French when with Sir Sidney Smith off Acre, but was re-taken the same day.
Apr. 22, 1799 Hired lugger Brave, 12 Lt. Gardner Henry Gordon Run down in the Channel ; crew saved.
May 8, 1799 Brig Fortune, 10 Lt. Lewis Davis Captured by a squadron of French frigates, off the coast Syria.
May 8, 1799 Gun vessel Dame-de-Grace, - Captured along with Fortune, by a squadron of French frigates, off the coast Syria.
May 23, 1799 Brig Deux-Amis, 14 Lt. Hen. Smith Wilson Wrecked on the back of the Isle of Wight: crew saved.
Aug. 28, 1799 Brig Contest, 14 Lt. John Ides Short Wrecked off the coast of Holland : crew saved.
Sep. 28, 1799 Storeship Blanche, Com. John Ayscough Wrecked in the Texel : crew saved.
Sep. 28, 1799 Schooner Fox, 14 Lt. William Wooldridge (?) Wrecked in the gulf of Mexico: crew saved.
Oct 9, 1799 Frigate Lutine, 36 Capt. Lancelot Skynner Wrecked off the Vlie-island, coast of Holland crew, except two, perished.
Oct 12, 1799 Ship Sloop Trincomalee, 16 Com. John Rowe Destroyed by being blown up in action with a French privateer, in the Straits of Babelmandel : crew perished.
Oct 14, 1799 Storeship Nassau, Capt. George Tripp Wrecked on the coast of Holland : crew, except 42, saved.
Oct 19 1799 2nd Rate Impregnable., 98 Capt. Jonathan Faulknor Wrecked between Langstone and Chichester ; crew saved.
Oct. 25 1799 Brig Sloop Amaranthe, 14 Com. John Blake Wrecked on coast of Florida ; and many of the crew perished on shore with hunger.
Nov. 1799 Ship Sloop Orestes, 18 Com. William Haggitt Foundered in a hurricane in the Indian Ocean : crew perished.
Nov 16, 1799 Storeship Espion, Com. Jonas Rose Wrecked on the Goodwin Sands : crew saved. Late Atalante.
Dec 5 1799 3rd Rate Sceptre, 64 Capt. Valentine Edwards Wrecked in Table Bay, Cape of Good Hope 291 of the crew perished.
Dec 25, 1799 Frigate Ethalion, 38 Capt. John Clarke Searle Wrecked on the Penmarcks : crew saved.
Jan 5, 1800 Brig Mastiff, 12 Lt. James Watson Wrecked on Yarmouth sands : crew, except eight, saved.
Jan 21, 1800 Armed Transport, late 4th rate, late Indiaman, purchased on the stocks Weymouth, Com. Ambrose Crofton Wrecked on the Bar of Lisbon : crew saved.
Jan 26, 1800 Ship sloop Brazen, 18 Com. James Hanson Wrecked near Brighton: crew, except one man, perished.
Mar 10, 1800 3rd Rate Repulse, 64 Capt. James Alms Wrecked on a sunken rock 25 leagues south-east of Ushant : crew, except 10 saved on the Glenan islands, but made prisoners.
Mar 17, 1800 1st Rate Queen Charlotte, 100 Lord Keith (V.-admiral), Capt. Andrew Todd Accidentally burnt and blown-up, off Leghorn ; crew, except 167, perished.
Mar 17, 1800 Ship Danaé, 20 Capt. Lord Proby Captured by her crew mutinying and carrying her into Brest. Late Vaillante.
May 17, 1800 Ship sloop Trompeuse, 18 Com. J. Parker Robinson Foundered as is supposed, having parted company in a gale in the Channel : crew perished.
May 17, 1800 Ship sloop Railleur, 14 Com. John Raynor Supposed foundered in the Channel : crew perished.
May 17, 1800 Hired cutter Lady Jane, 8 Lieut. W. Bryer. Supposed foundered in the Channel : crew perished.
May 20, 1800 Ship Cormorant, 20 Capt. Courtney Boyle Wrecked on the coast of Egypt : crew saved, but made prisoners by the French.
Jul 7, 1800 Fire Ship Comet, Com. Thomas Leef Destroyed in Dunkirk roads, in attempting to burn some French frigates.
Jul 7, 1800 Fire Ship Falcon, Com. Henry Samuel Butt Destroyed in Dunkirk roads, in attempting to burn some French frigates.
Jul 7, 1800 Fire Ship Rosario, Com. James Carthew Destroyed in Dunkirk roads, in attempting to burn some French frigates.
Jul 7, 1800 Fire Ship Wasp, Com. John Edwards (2) Destroyed in Dunkirk roads, in attempting to burn some French frigates.
Aug 10, 1800 Storeship Dromedary, Com. Benjamin Watkinson Taylor Wrecked in the Bocca near the island of Trinidad : crew saved.
Sep 6, 1800 Frigate Stag, 32 Capt. Robert Winthrop Wrecked in Vigo Bay crew saved
Sep 26, 1800 Brig sloop Hound, 18 Com. William James Turquand Wrecked near Shetland : crew perished.
Sep, 1800 Brig sloop Diligence, 18 Com. Charles Bayne Hodgson Ross Wrecked on a small island near Havana ; crew saved.
Oct 9, 1800 Ship sloop Chance, 18 Com. George Samuel Stovin Foundered after upsetting on her beam-ends crew, except 25, perished.
Oct 13, 1800 Hired cutter Rose Lt. Smith Taken by 2 Dutch gun vessels in the Ems.
Oct, 1800 Ship sloop Martin, 16 Com. Hon Matthew St.-Clair Foundered in the North Sea, as is supposed : crew perished.
Nov 4, 1800 3rd Rate Marlborough, 74 Capt. Thomas Sotheby Wrecked on a sunken rock near Belleisle crew saved.
Nov 9, 1800 Ship sloop Havik, 16 Com. Philip Bartholomew Wrecked in St. Alban's bay Jersey; crew saved.
Nov 23, 1800 Brig sloop Albanaise, 14 Lieut. Francis Newcombe Captured by her mutinous crew, carrying her into Malaga.
Nov., 1800 Cutter Active, 12 Lieut. J. Hamilton Taken by a French privateer and Dutch gun vessels in the River Ems. Retaken, May 16, 1801.
Dec 2, 1800 Hired cutter, also described as a brig elsewhere, but most apparent eye witness reports suggest she was a cutter. Sir Thomas Pasley, 16 Lieut. C. J. Nevin Taken by two Spanish gunboats in the Mediterranean.
Oct 1800 Gunboat Urchin, - Lieut. Thomas Pearson Croasdaile whilst under tow foundered in Tetuan Bay, on the North Coast of what is now Morocco.
Jan 1, 1801 Brig Requin, 10 Lieut. Samuel Forvell Wrecked on the French coast near Quiberon ; crew saved, but about 20 were made prisoner.
Jan 9, 1801 Hired cutter Constitution, 12 Lieut. William Humphrey Faulknor 9 Jan 1801 captured by two large French cutters off Portland, Dorset, but was re-taken the same day by the brig Harpy and revenue cutter Greyhound (Lieut. W. H. Faulknor).
Jan 29, 1801 Fire Ship Incendiary, Com. Richard Dalling Dunn Captured by Rear-admiral Ganteaume, in the Mediterranean.
Feb 2, 1801 Sloop Legere Com. Cornelius Quinton Wrecked near Cartagena, S. America ; crew saved.
Feb 10, 1801 Cutter Sprightly, 12 Lieut. Robert Jump Captured by Rear-admiral Ganteaume, in the Mediterranean.
Feb 13, 1801 Frigate Success, 32 Capt. Shuldham Peard Captured by a French squadron under Rear-admiral Ganteaume, Mediterranean.
Feb 14, 1801 Hired Brig Telegraph, 14 Lieut. Caesar Corsellis. Parted with the Mediterranean fleet off Cape Ortegal in a gale, and not since heard of.
Feb 27, 1801 Bomb Bulldog, 18 Com. Barrington Dacres Captured at Ancona, having entered unaprized of its being in the possession of the French. Retaken, Sept. 16, 1801.
Feb., 1801 Hired cutter Charming Molly, 8 Master D. Sheriff Foundered coming from St. Marcou.
Feb., 1801 Hired cutter Lurcher, 12 Lieut. R. Forbes Captured by a French privateer of 16 guns, on the coast of France.
Mar 16, 1801 3rd Rate Invincible, 74 Tho. Totty (R.-Adm.), Capt. John Rennie, Wrecked on Hasborough Sand, near Yarmouth crew, except about 126, perished.
Mar 23, 1801 Brig Blazer, 12 Lt. John Tiller Captured under the Warborg : but afterwards restored.
Mar 24, 1801 Cutter Fulminante, 10 Lieut. Robert Corbet Captured under the Warborg : but afterwards restored.
Mar 25, 1801 Ship sloop Scout, 18 Com. Henry Duncan (2) Wrecked on the Shingles, west end of the Isle of Wight: crew saved.
Mar., 1801 Hired cutter Nancy, 6 Lieut. J Yames. Taken by a French privateer in the Channel.
Jun 9, 1801 Frigate Meleager, 32 Capt. Hon. Thomas Bladen Capel Wrecked on the Triangles in the Gulf of Mexico : crew saved.
Jun 24, 1801 3rd Rate Swiftsure, 74 Capt. Benjamin Hallowell Captured by a French squadron, Rear-admiral Ganteaume, in the Mediterranean
Jun., 1801 Frigate Forte, 44 Capt. Lucius Ferdinand Hardyman Wrecked in Jedda harbour, Red Sea : crew saved.
Jun, 1801 Ship sloop Speedy, 14 Com. Lord Cochrane Captured by a French squadron under Rear-admiral Linois.
Jul 5, 1801 3rd Rate Hannibal, 74 Capt. Solomon Ferris Captured by a French squadron, under the batteries of Algesiras, Gibraltar bay.
Jul 7, 1801 Gunvessel Augustus, 1 Lt. James Scott Wrecked in Plymouth Sound, crew saved.
Jul 21, 1801 Frigate Jason, 36 Capt. Hon. James Murray Wrecked by striking on a sunken rock in the bay of St: Malo : crew saved, but made prisoners.
Jul, 1801 Storeship Iphigenia, late 32 Com. Hassard Stackpole Accidentally burnt at Alexandria, Mediterranean ; crew saved.
Aug 11, 1801 Frigate Lowestoffe, 32 Capt. Robert Plampin. Wrecked on the island of Inagua, West Indies : crew saved.
Sep 4, 1801 Frigate Proselyte, 32 Capt. George Fowke Wrecked by striking on a sunken rock off the island of St. Martin, West Indies: crew saved.
11 Sep 1801 Gun vessel Legere Lt Geo Langford Disappears from the Navy List after 1801, perhaps as a result of the Peace of Amiens she was disposed of?
Oct 25, 1801 Ship sloop Bonetta, 18 Capt. Thomas New Wrecked on the Jardines, Cuba : crew saved.
Nov, 1801 Ship sloop Utile, 16 Com. Edward Jekyll Canes. Foundered by upsetting in a gale on passage from Gibraltar to Malta ; crew perished.
Nov, 1801 Hired Lugger Cockchafer, 8 V. Philpot Lost in a gale near Guernsey : crew saved
Nov, 1801 Gun vessel Friendship, 2 - Lost in a gale near Guernsey : crew saved
Nov. 1801 Ship Babet, 20 Capt. Jemmett Mainwaring Foundered, as is supposed, in the West Indies : crew perished.
2 Mar 1802 Storeship / late French Frigate Sensible, _ Com. Robert Sause Wrecked on a quicksand off Ceylon: crew saved.
Mar 29, 1802 4th Rate Assistance, 50 Capt. Richard Lee Wrecked between Dunkerque and Gravelines : crew saved.
Mar. 1802 Ship sloop Scout, 18 Capt. Henry Duncan (2) Foundered off coast of Newfoundland : crews perished.
Mar. 1802 Ship sloop Fly, 14 Com. Thomas Duval Foundered off coast of Newfoundland : crews perished.
Mar 26, 1803 Ship Déterminée, 22 Capt. Alexander Becher Wrecked on a sunken rock off the island of Jersey: crew and passengers (soldiers) saved, except 19.
May 31, 1803 Frigate Resistance, 36 Capt. Hon. P. Wodehouse Wrecked on Cape St. Vincent: crew saved.
Jul 2, 1803 Frigate Minerve, 38 Capt. Jahleel Brenton Captured after having run aground near Cherbourg crew saved, but made prisoners.
Jul 21, 1803 Frigate Seine, 38 Capt. David Milne Wrecked in the night of on a sandbank near the Texel: crew saved.
Jul 1803 Ship Sloop Surinam, 18 Lt. Robert Tucker, (Act. Com.) Captured by the Dutch, at the island of Curacoa.
Aug, 1803 Ship Sloop Calypso, 16 Com. William Venour Foundered by being run down in a gale, by one of a convoy coming from Jamaica : crew perished.
Aug, 1803 Schooner Redbridge, 12 Lt. George Lempriere Captured by a squadron of French frigates, near Toulon.
Aug 17, 1803 Storeship Porpoise, Lt. Robert Merrick Fowler Wrecked on a reef of coral in the Pacific Ocean : crew saved.
Nov 16, 1803 Frigate Circe, 28 Capt. Charles Fielding Wrecked on the Lemon and Ower, North Sea, in chase of an enemy: crew saved.
Nov, 1803 Ship Garland, 22 Capt. Frederick Cottrell Wrecked off Cape François, St. Domingo : crew saved.
Dec 10, 1803 Frigate Shannon, 36 Capt. Edward Leveson Gower Wrecked in gale, under the batteries near Cape la Hogue : crew saved, but made prisoners. Hull of the ship destroyed by the Merlin's boats.
Dec, 1803 Ship Sloop Avenger, 14 Com. Francis Jackson Snell Foundered off the Weser : crew saved.
Dec 25, 1803 Brig Sloop Suffisante, 16 Com. George Heathcote Wrecked in a gale off Spike island, Cork harbour: crew saved.
Dec 31, 1803 Gun vessel Grappler, 12 Lt. Abel Wantner Thomas Wrecked on the isles de Chosey, and hull destroyed by the French : crew saved, but made prisoners.
Jan 2, 1804 Frigate Creole, 38 Com. Austen Bissell Foundered on passage from Jamaica : crew saved.
Jan 6, 1804 Sloop Raven, 18 Com. Spelman Swaine. Wrecked near Mazari, Sicily.
Jan, 1804 3rd Rate York, 64 Capt. Henry Mitford Foundered, as is supposed, in the North Sea crew perished.
Feb, 1804 Brig Fearless, 12 Lt. George Williams Wrecked off Redding-point, Cawsand-bay crew saved
Feb, 1804 Frigate Hussar, 38 Capt. Philip Wilkinson Wrecked on the Saintes, in the bay of Biscay : crew saved.
Feb 19, 1804 Brig Cerbère, 10 Lt. Joseph Patey Wrecked the Berry-head: crew
Mar 1, 1804 Brig Sloop Weazle, 14 Lt. William Layman Wrecked on Cabareta point, Gibraltar-bay crew, except one man, saved
Mar 24, 1804 Brig Sloop Wolverine, 14 Com. Henry Gordon Captured by a French privateer, on passage to Newfoundland
Mar 25, 1804 3rd Rate Magnificent, 74 Capt. William Henry Jervis Wrecked near the Pierres Noires, in the environs of Brest: crew saved, but 86 made prisoners.
Apr 1, 1804 Frigate Apollo, 36 Capt. John William Taylor Dixon Wrecked on the coast of Portugal : captain and many of the crew perished.
Apr 2, 1804 Store ship Hindostan, Com. John Le Gros Burnt having caught fire in the hold, Mediterranean : crew, except five men, saved
Apr 3, 1804 Hired Cutter Swift, Lt. William Thomas Martin Leake Taken by a French privateer in the Mediterranean.
May 20, 1804 Brig Sloop Vincejo, 16 Com. James Wesley Wright Captured in a calm, by a flotilla of fr. gun-boats, in Quiberon-bay.
Jul 14, 1804 Schooner Demerara, 6 Lt. Thomas Dutton Captured by the French privateer Grand-Décidé, West Indies
July 15, 1804 Ship Sloop Lily, 14 Com. William Compton Captured by the Dame-Ambert fr. privateer, off the Coast of Georgia.
Aug 1804 Hired Cutter Constitution, 10 Lt. James Samuel Aked Dennis (1) Sunk in action off Ambleteuse.
Sep 3, 1804 Storeship De-Ruyter, Lt. Joseph Beckett Wrecked in the hurricane at Antigua crew saved
Sep 1804 Brig Sloop Drake, 14 Capt. William Ferris Wrecked on a shoal off the island of Nevis crew saved
Sep 25, 1804 Hired Cutter Georgiana Lt. Joshua Kneeshaw Burnt to avoid capture in the mouth of the Seine.
Oct 24, 1804 Brig Conflict, 12 Lt. Charles Cutts Ormsby Wrecked in chase of the enemy, off Newport, Isle of Wight : crew saved
Nov 12, 1804 Hired Armed Ship Lord Eldon, 16 Com. Francis Newcombe. Taken by Spanish gun boats. Retaken later.
Nov 19, 1804 4th Rate Romney, 50 Capt. Hon. John Colville Wrecked on the Haaks, near the Texel : crew saved.
Nov 24, 1804 3rd Rate Venerable, 74 Capt. John Hunter Wrecked on sunken rocks in Torbay : crew saved.
Nov 1804 Hired Armed Ship Hannibal, 16 Com. Richard James Lawrence O'Connor. Wrecked near Sandown Castle.
Dec, 1804 Hired Cutter Duke of Clarence, 10 Lt. Nicholas Brent Clements Wrecked on coast of Portugal.
Dec, 1804 Schooner Morne-Fortunée, 6 Lt. John L Dale Wrecked on Atwood Key, West Indies : crew saved
Dec, 1804 Hired Cutter Constance, 10 Lt. Duncan Menzies. Lost off the Irish coast.
Dec 15, 1804 Hired Schooner Gertrude, 10 Lt. Duncan Menzies. Run down by the Aigle in the Channel.
Dec 18, 1804 Brig Starling, 12 Lt. George Skottowe Wrecked near Calais : crew saved.
Dec 20, 1804 Brig Sloop (Bomb) Tartarus, Com. Thomas Withers Wrecked on Margate sands : crew saved
Dec., 1804 Sloop Mignonne, 18 - Driven ashore at Port Royal, Jamaica.
Dec 21, 1804 T.S. Severn, Capt. Phillip d'Auvergne, Prince of Bouillon Wrecked in Grouville-bay, Jersey: crew saved.
Dec 25, 1804 Brig Mallard, 12 Lt. Thomas Read Captured after running on shore near Calais: crew saved, but made prisoners.
exact date unknown, 1805 Brig Sloop Seagull, 18 Com. Henry Burke Foundered: crew perished
Jan 7, 1805 Frigate Sheerness, 44 Capt. Lord George Stuart Wrecked in a gale off Trincomalee bay, Ceylon: crew saved.
Jan. 21, 1805 Frigate Doris, 36 Capt. Patrick Campbell Wrecked on a sunken rock in Quiberon bay : crew saved.
Jan 29, 1805 Brig Sloop Raven, 18 Lt. William Layman Wrecked in Cadiz bay: crew, except two men saved
Feb, 1805 Brig Bouncer, 12 Lt. Samuel Bassan. Wrecked off Dieppe crew saved, but made prisoners.
Feb. 4, 1805 Ship Sloop Arrow, 28 Com. Richard Budd Vincent Captured by the French frigates Hortense and Incorruptible Mediterranean.
Feb. 4, 1805 Bomb Acheron, Com. Arthur Farquhar Captured, with the Arrow, by the French frigates Hortense and Incorruptible Mediterranean.
Feb, 1804 Hired Cutter Arthur, 6 Lt. R. Cooban. Taken by a French Squadron in the Mediterranean.
Feb. 17, 1805 Frigate Cleopatra, 32 Capt. Sir R. Laurie, Bart Captured by the Ville-de-Milan French frig. off the coast of North America.
Mar 1, 1805 Ship Sloop Imogene, 18 Com. Henry Vaughan Foundered on passage from Leeward islands : crew saved.
12 Mar, 1805 Schooner Redbridge, 10 Actg. Lt. Francis Blower Gibbes Lost on passage from Barbados to UK - would appear to have suffered form 'iron sickness' in the fastenings & had to be abandoned while with a convoy in at position 43-46N 028-07W.
May, 1805 Ship Sloop Hawk, 18 Com. James Tippet Foundered in the Channel : crew perished.
May, 1805 Sloop Seagull, 18 Com. Henry Burke. Foundered ; date unknown : crew perished.
May, 1805 Hired Mary, 16 Lt. T.S. Pacy. Foundered ; date unknown : crew perished.
May, 1805 Ship Sloop Fly, 16 Com. Pownoll Bastard Pellew Wrecked on the Carysfort reef, gulf of Florida: crew saved
May 12, 1805 Ship Sloop Cyane, 18 Com. Hon. Geo. Cadogan Captured by the French frigates Hortense and Hermione, near Martinique. Retaken 5 Oct 1805.
Jul 12, 1805 Ship Sloop Orestes, 14 Com. Thomas Brown . Wrecked on the Splinter sand, Dunkerque road: crew saved.
Jul 16, 1805 Brig Plumper, 12 Lt. James Henry Garrety Captured by five French gun-brigs off St: Malo.
Jul 16, 1805 Brig Teazer, 12 Lt. George Lewis Ker Captured by five French gun-brigs off St. Malo.
Jul 17, 1805 Ship Sloop Ranger, 16 Com. Charles Coote Captured by the Rochefort squadron.
Jul 19, 1805 Frigate Blanche, 36 Capt. Zachary Mudge Captured by a French frigate two corvettes, and a brig, West Indies
Aug 5, 1805 Schooner Dove, 6 Lt. Alexander Boyack Captured by the Rochefort squadron.
Aug, 1805 Schooner Pigmy, 14 Lt. William Smith Wrecked in St Aubin's bay, Jersey: crew saved.
Aug, 1805 Hired Cutter Althorpe, 16 Lt. William Scott (2) Foundered in the Channel.
Sep 26, 1805 4th Rate Calcutta, 54 Capt. Daniel Woodriff Captured by a French squadron, near Scilly
Oct 2, 1805 Schooner Barracouta, 4 Lt. Joel Orchard Wrecked on the Jordan quay, Cuba: crew saved, but made prisoners.
Oct, 1805 Ship Sloop Orquixo/Orquijo, 18 Lt. Charles Balderson, Act Com. Foundered near Jamaica : 95 of crew perished.
Oct 11, 1805 Hired Squib, 4 - Driven ashore and bilged, off Deal.
Nov 10, 1805 Brig Biter, 12 Lt. Geo. T. Wingate Wrecked near Calais : crew saved.
Nov 18, 1805 Brig Woodlark, 12 Lt. Thomas Innes Wrecked near St: Valery : crew saved.
Dec, 1805 Schooner Pigeon, 4 Lt. John Luckraft Wrecked off the Texel : crew saved, but made prisoner.
Jan, 1806 Brig Manley, 12 Lt. Martin White Captured by some Dutch gun-boats, in the river Ems.
Jan 6, 1806 Ship Sloop Favourite, 18 Com. John Davie Captured off Cape de Verd Islands, by a French squadron.
Jan 1806 Brig Papillon, 10 Com. William Woolsey Foundered in the Atlantic ; crew perished.
Jan., 1806 Schooner Berbice, 4 Lt. James George Gooding Foundered off Demerara : crew saved.
Feb., 1806 Gun Brig Seaforth, 14 Lt. George Steele. Foundered by upsetting, on the Leeward island station, off Antigua : crew, except two perished.
Feb 23, 1806 Schooner Unique, 10 Lt. George Rowley Brand. Captured by a privateer in the West Indies.
Mar., 1806 Hired Lugger Agnes, 6 - Lost off the Texel.
Apr 12, 1806 3rd Rate Brave, 74 Com. Edmond Edmond Boger, Act Capt. Foundered off the Western islands, i.e. the Azores, on passage from Jamaica: crew, except three, saved
date unknown, 1806 Schooner Dominica, 6 Lt. Robert Peter Seized by mutineers. Retaken by Wasp 24 May.
Aug., 1806 Prison Ship (in Ord.) Dover, 44 - Accidently burnt at Woolwich.
Aug., 1806 Ship Heureux, 22 Capt. John Morrison Foundered on passage from West Indies to Halifax: crew perished
Aug 12, 1806 Schooner Belem, 6 Lt. James Groves. Taken at the recapture of Buenos Aires.
Sep 5, 1806 Sloop Wolf, 16 Com. George Charles McKenzie Wrecked on Heneaga, one of the Bahama islands: crew saved.
Sep., 1806 Sloop Serpent, 16 Com. John Waller (1) Foundered on Jamaica station with all the crew.
Sep., 1806 Sloop Martin, 16 Com. Thomas Prowse Foundered in the Atlantic, on passage to Barbadoes, with all the crew.
Oct 12, 1806 Ship Constance, 22 Capt. Alexander Saunderson Burrowes Captured after getting on shore in action, in the bay of Erqui, near Cape Fréhel coast of France.
Oct, 18, 1806 Schooner Tobago, 10 - Captured by the French privateer General-Ernouf, near Gaudaloupe.
Oct, 25, 1806 Gunboat Hannah, -? Lt. John Foote (1) Captured by a Spanish privateer off Algeciras.
Oct 27, 1806 3rd Rate Athenien, 64 Capt. Robert Raynsford Wrecked on the rocks, called Esquerques, near Sicily ? captain and 396 of crew perished.
Oct., 1806 Schooner Zenobia, 10 - Wrecked on the coast of Florida
Nov 4, 1806 Schooner Redbridge, 12 Lt. Edward Burt Wrecked near Providence : crew saved.
Dec 9, 1806 Brig Adder, 12 Lt. Molyneux Shuldham Captured near Abreval, where she was driven ashore
Dec 17, 1806 Cutter/Schooner Netley, 14 Lt. William Carr Captured by the French frigate Thetis and brig Sylphe, West Indies.
Dec, 1806 Brig Clinker, 12 Lt. John Salmon Foundered in a cruise off Havre: crew perished.
Jan. 4, 1807 Ship Nautilus, 22 Com. Edmund Palmer (1) Wrecked on Cerigotto a barren rock in the Levant : part only of crew saved.
Jan. 6, 1807 Hired Tender United Brothers, 6 Lt. W. McKenzie Taken by a 12-gun privateer off the Lizard.
Jan, 1807 Cutter Jackdaw, 4 Lt. Nathaniel Brice Captured by a Spanish row-boat: and retaken, Feb. 15, by the Minerve.
Jan 22, 1807 Cutter Felix, 12 Lt. Robert Clarke (2) Wrecked near Santander : crew, except three, perished.
Jan 23, 1807 Frigate Orpheus, 32 Capt. Thomas Briggs Wrecked on the Coral reef, Jamaica station : crew saved.
Jan, 1807 Brig St.-Lucia, 14 Lt. Hon. Michael De Courcy Captured on the Leeward-island station.
Feb 2, 1807 ? 3rd Rate Blenheim, 74 Sir Thos. Troubridge, Bt. Captain Austin Bissell Understood to have foundered with the Java in very bad weather off the island Rodrigue, East Indies: crew perished.
Feb 2, 1807 ? Frigate Java, 32 Capt. George Pigot (1) Foundered, with Blenheim, above, crew perished.
Feb 13, 1807 Cutter Woodcock, 4 Lt. Isaac Charles Smith Collett Wrecked at St. Michael's, Azores : crew saved.
Feb 13, 1807 Cutter Wagtail, 4 Lt. William Cullis Wrecked at St. Michael's, Azores : crew saved.
Feb 14, 1807 3rd Rate Ajax, 74 Capt. Hon. Henry Blackwood Burnt by accident the Mediterranean : 250 of her crew perished.
Feb 18, 1807 Bomb Prospero, 8 Com. William King Foundered off Dieppe.
Feb 18, 1807 Brig Inveterate, 12 Lt. George Norton Wrecked near Saint Vallery en Caux : crew except four, saved, but made prisoners.
Feb 18, 1807 Brig Griper, 12 Lt. Edward Morris Wrecked off Ostend: crew perished.
Feb 18, 1807 Brig Speedwell, 14 Lt. William Robertson (1) Foundered off Dieppe.
Feb 19, 1807 Fire Ship Ignition, Lt. Philip Griffin Wrecked off Dieppe : crew, except four, saved.
Feb 19, 1807 Cutter Magpie, 4 Lt. Edward Johnson Captured at Perros, where she was driven through stress of weather.
Feb, 1807 Brig Sloop Busy, 18 Com. Richard Keilly Foundered on the Halifax station : crew perished
Feb, 1807 Brig Sloop Atalante, 16 Lt. John Bower, Act Com. Wrecked at Rochefort: crew saved, but partly made prisoners.
Mar 2, 1807 Brig Pigmy, 14 Lt. George Montagu Higginson Wrecked off Rochefort : crew saved, but made prisoners.
Mar 4, 1807 Frigate Blanche, 38 Capt. Sir Thomas Lavie Wrecked off Ushant : crew, except 45 seamen, saved, but made prisoners.
Mar 9, 1807 Schooner Crafty, 10 Lt. Richard Spencer Taken by 3 privateers, south of Gibraltar..
Mar., 1807 Brig-sloop Cesar, 16 - Wrecked off the Gironde: crew, except 45, perished.
Mar 31, 1807 Brig Ferreter, 12 Lt. Henry Weir Captured by seven Dutch gun-boats, and carried into the river Ems.
Apr 20, 1807 Cutter Pike, 4 Lt. John Otley Captured by the Murat French privateer, off Altavella. Wrecked.
May 26, 1807 Ship Sloop Dauntless, 18 Com. Christopher Stracey Captured by the French, at the surrender of Dantzic.
May 29, 1807 Brig Jackal, 12 Lt. Charles Stewart Wrecked near Calais: crew saved, but made prisoners.
May, 1807 Cutter Cassandra, 10 Lt. George Le Blanc Foundered off Bordeaux.: crew saved.
Sep 10, 1807 Bomb Explosion, 12 Com. Edward Ellicot Wrecked near Helgoland.
Sep 17, 1807 Cutter Barbara, 10 Lt. Edward A. D'Arcey Captured by the French privateer Général-Ernouf, in the West Indies. As Pératy retaken 17 Jul 1808
Sep? 1807 Brig Sloop Moucheron, 16 Com. James Hawes Wrecked in the Mediterranean.
Oct 16, 1807 Brig Sloop Pert, 14 Com. Donald Campbell Wrecked on the island of Santa Margarita: crew, except 11, saved.
Oct 26, 1807 Cutter Subtle, 8 Lt. William Dowers Wrecked on the rocks off Bermuda: crew saved.
Nov 10, 1807 Brig Sloop Leveret, 18 Com. Rich. Jas. Laurence O'Connor Wrecked on the Galloper rock: crew saved.
Nov 11, 1807 Store Ship William, 12 Master John Foxton Wrecked on the Gut of Canso.
Nov 17, 1807 Cutter Firefly, 12 Lt. Thomas Price Foundered off Curacoa : the crew, except the surgeon and three men perished.
Dec 5, 1807 Ship Boreas, 22 Capt. Robert Scott Wrecked on the Hannois rocks, near Guernsey : crew, except 68, perished.
Dec. 29, 1807 Frigate Anson, 44 Capt. Charles Lydiard Wrecked on a sand-bank off Eelstone, Mount's bay, crew, except 60, saved.
date unknown, 1807 Cutter Elizabeth, 12 Lt. John Sedley Foundered in the West Indies: crew perished.
date unknown, 1807 Cutter Maria, 10 Lt. John Henderson (1) Foundered in the West Indies: crew perished.
Jan 12, 1808 Brig Sparkler, 12 Lt. James Samuel Aked Dennis Wrecked on the coast of Holland crew, except fourteen, saved, but made prisoners.
Jan 15, 1808 Hired Cutter Lord Keith, 10 Lt. Mitchell Roberts Driven into and seized at Cuxhaven.
Jan., 1808 Schooner Kingfish, 6 Lt. Charles Hunter Taken by a French privateer in the West Indies. Subsequently retaken by the Pheasant.
Jan., 1808 Cutter Bacchus, 10 Lt. Henry Murray Captured on the Leeward-island station.
Jan 19, 1808 Frigate Flora, 36 Capt. Loftus Otway Bland Wrecked on the coast of Holland : crew, except nine, saved, but made prisoners.
Jan 31, 1808 Brig Sloop Delight, 16 Com. Philip Cosby Handfield Wrecked and burnt on the coast of Calabria.
Jan 31, 1808 Frigate Leda, 38 Capt. Robert Honyman Wrecked at the entrance of Milford Haven ; crew saved.
Feb 15, 1808 Brig Raposa, 10 Lt. James Violett Destroyed after running aground on a shoal near Carthagena, to prevent capture.
Mar., 1808 Brig Hirondelle, 14 Lt. Joseph Kidd Wrecked near Tunis ; crew, except four, lost ?
Mar 24, 1808 Ship Muros, 20 Capt. Archibald Duff Wrecked in the bay of Honda, in Cuba: crew saved.
Mar 25, 1808 Brig Sloop Electra, 16 Com. George Barne Trollope Wrecked on the coast of Sicily ; crew saved.
Mar 26, 1808 Cutter Millbrook, 12 Lt. James Leach Wrecked on the Burlings: crew saved.
Apr 20, 1808 Cutter Widgeon, 8 Lt. George Elliott (2) Wrecked on the coast of Scotland, crew saved .
Apr 22, 1808 Sloop Bermuda, 18 Com. William Henry Byam Wrecked on the Memory rock, Little Bermuda : crew saved.
May 18, 1808 Brig Rapid, 12 Lt. Henry Baugh Destroyed by the batteries in the Tagus, while attempting to cut out two valuable merchantmen.
May 24, 1808 Frigate Astraea, 32 Capt. Edmund Heywood Wrecked on the rock near the island of Anegada, West Indies : crew, except four, saved.
Jun 4, 1808 Brig Tickler, 12 Lt. John W. Skinner Captured in the Great Belt, by four Danish gun-boats.
Jun 9, 1808 Brig Turbulent, 12 Lt. George Wood Captured in the bay of Malmo, by a Danish flotilla.
Jun 19, 1808 Brig Sloop Seagull, 16 Com. Robert Cathcart Captured off the Naze of Norway, by the Danish 20-gun brig, Lougen and six gun-boats.
Jun 30, 1808 Cutter Capelin, 8 Lt. Joseph Bray Wrecked on a sunken rock off the entrance of Brest harbour : crew saved.
Jul 10, 1808 Brig Netley, 12 Lt. Charles Burman Wrecked on the Leeward-island station : crew, except nine, perished.
Jul 27, 1808 Cutter Pickle, 10 Lt. Moses Cannadey Wrecked while entering Cadiz with despatches,
Jul 30, 1808 Frigate Meleager, 36 Capt. Frederick Warren Wrecked on Barebushkey, Jamaica: crew, except a midshipman and three seamen, saved.
Aug 2, 1808 Brig Tigress, 12 Lt. Edward Nathaniel Greensword Captured in the Great Belt, by sixteen Danish gun-vessels.
Aug 4, 1808 Brig Sloop Delphinen, 16 Com. Richard Harward Wrecked on the coast of Holland.
Aug 18, 1808 Cutter Rook, 4 Lt. James Lawrence Captured off St.-Domingo, by two French privateers.
Sep 15, 1808 Ship Laurel, 22 Capt. John Charles Woollcombe Captured off Isle-de-France, by the French 40-gun frigate Canonnière
Sep 29, 1808 Brig Maria, 14 Lt. James Bennett Captured off Guadaloupe, by the French corvette Departement des Landes
Oct 3, 1808 Brig Sloop Carnation, 18 Com. Charles Mars Gregory Captured off Martinique, by the French 16-Gun Brig Palinure
Oct 4 1808 Frigate Greyhound, 32 Capt. Hon. William Packenham Wrecked on the coast of Luconia: crew except one seaman, saved.
Oct 24, 1808 Brig Sloop Volador, 16 Com. Francis George Dickins Wrecked in the gulf of Coro, West Indies : crew saved.
Oct 26, 1808 Cutter Crane, 8 Lt. Joseph Tindale Wrecked on the rocks at the West Hoe: crew saved.
Dec 4, 1808 Ship Banterer, 22 Capt. Alexander Shippard Wrecked in the river St. Lawrence: crew saved.
Dec 6, 1808 Frigate Crescent, 36 Capt. John Temple Wrecked on the coast of Jutland, in a heavy gale: crew, except about twenty, perished
Dec 10, 1808 4th Rate Jupiter, 50 Capt. Henry Edward Reginald Baker Wrecked on a reef of rocks in Vigo bay coast of Spain : crew saved.
Dec 15, 1808 Schooner Flying Fish, 4 Lt. James Glassford Gooding Wrecked off San Domingo.
Dec. 23, 1808 Brig Sloop Fama, 16 Lt. Charles Tapping Wrecked in the Baltic : crew, except eight, saved.
Dec. 26 1808 Brig Bustler, 12 Lt. Richard Welsh Wrecked on the coast of France, crew saved.
Date unknown 1808 Cutter Tang, 8 (name unknown) Foundered in the Atlantic, on her passage from Bermuda to England: crew perished.
Jan 9, 1809 Brig Morne-Fortunée, 12 Lt. John Brown (2) Wrecked off Martinique: crew, except nineteen, perished.
Jan 11, 1809 Brig Sloop Magnet, 18 Com. George Morris Wrecked on the ice in the Baltic : crew saved.
Jan 15, 1809 Cutter Pigeon, 4 Lt. Richard Cox Wrecked near Margate : crew, except two, saved.
Jan 20, 1809 Cutter Claudia, 10 Lt. Anthony Bliss William Lord Wrecked off Norway : crew saved.
Jan 22, 1809 Brig Sloop Primrose, 18 Com. James Mein Wrecked on the Manacle rocks, near Falmouth : crew, except one boy, perished.
Jan, 1809 Former armed ship, converted to a Bomb Proselyte, Com. Henry James Lyford Wrecked in the Baltic: crew saved.
Jan 30, 1809 Cutter Haddock, 4 Lt. Charles William Selwyn Captured by the French 16-gun brig Génie, in the Channel.
Feb 5, 1809 Cutter Carrier, 4 Lt. William Milner Wrecked on the French coast: crew saved, but made prisoners.
Feb 28, 1809 Frigate Proserpine, 32 Capt. Charles Otter Captured by the French frigates Pénélope and Pauline, off Toulon.
Mar 1809 Brig Sloop Harrier, 18 Com. John James Ridge Foundered as is supposed in the East Indies.
Apr 11, 1809 Fire Ship (former Indiaman purchased into the service) Mediator, Com. James Wooldridge Destroyed as a fireship in Basque-roads.
Apr 29, 1809 Frigate Alcmène, 32 Capt. William Henry Brown Tremlett Wrecked on a rock off Nantes: crew saved.
May 31, 1809 Brig Unique, 12 Lt. Thomas Fellowes Burnt at Basse-Terre, Guadaloupe.
Jun 18, 1809 Cutter Sealark, 4 Lt. James Proctor Wrecked in the North sea.
Jun 20, 1809 3rd Rate Agamemnon., 64 Capt. Jonas Rose Wrecked in the Rio de la Plata: crew saved.
Jul 11, 1809 Frigate Solebay, 32 Capt. Edward Henry Columbine Wrecked on the coast of Africa: crew saved.
Aug 8, 1809 Ship Sloop Lark, 18 Robert Nicholas Foundered off Causada: crew, except or three, perished.
Aug 10, 1809 Brig Sloop Alaart, 16 Com. James Tillard Captured by two brigs of war and some gun-boats, off Fredricksvaern.
Aug 1809 Cutter Lord Nelson, 8 - Wrecked near Flushing.
Aug 1809 Cutter Hurd, 8 - Wrecked near Flushing.
Aug, 1809 Cutter Dominica, 14 Lt. Charles Welsh Foundered in near Tortola: crew, except three, perished.
Aug 31, 1809 Brig Sloop Foxhound, 18 Com. James Mackenzie (2) Foundered in the Atlantic on her return from Halifax: crew perished.
Sep 2, 1809 Brig Minx, 12 Lt. George Le Blanc Captured by six Danish gun-boats, off the Scaw, where she was stationed with a light.
Nov 2, 1809 Brig Sloop Victor, 18 Com. Edward Stopford (1) Captured the French frigate Bellone, bay of Bengal.
Nov 3, 1809 Brig Sloop Curieux, 16 Lt. Henry George Moysey Wrecked in the West Indies: crew saved.
Nov, 1809 Brig Sloop Glommen, 16 Com. Charles Pickford Wrecked in Carlisle bay, Barbadoes crew saved.
Dec 7, 1809 Brig ? Harlequin, 16 Lt. P. C. Anstruther Wrecked near Seaford. [Does not appear to have been included in Colledge.]
Dec 13, 1809 Frigate Junon, 38 Capt. John Shortland Captured by the French frigates Renommée and Clorinde, West India.
Dec 14, 1809 Brig Defender, 12 Lt. John George Nops Wrecked on Cob point, near Folkstone: crew saved.
Dec 22, 1809 Cutter Saloman / Salorman, 10 Lt. Andrew Duncan Wrecked in the Baltic : crew saved.
1809 Brig Contest, 12 Lt. John Gregory Foundered, as is supposed, on her passage from America.
Dec 1809 Schooner Shamrock, 8 Lt. Abram Bowen Lost in the Atlantic.
Dec, 1809 Brig Pelter, 12 William Evelyn Foundered in the Atlantic on her passage from Halifax to Leeward Islands.
Feb, 1810 Brig Sloop Achates, 10 Com. Thomas Pinto Wrecked in the West Indies : crew saved.
Feb, 1810 Brig Sloop Wildboar, 10 Com. Thomas Burton Wrecked in on a rock in the Scilly isles.
Apr 4, 1810 Cutter Cuckoo, 4 Lt. Silus Hiscutt Paddon Wrecked at Calantzoog, near Haerlem : crew saved, but made prisoners
May 24, 1810 Ship Sloop Flêche, 16 Com. George Hewson Wrecked off the river Elbe : crew saved.
May 24, 1810 Cutter Alban, 10 Lt. Samuel Thomas Captured by several Danish gun-boats.
May 24, 1810 Cutter Racer, 12 Lt. Daniel Miller Wrecked on the coast of France : crew saved, but made prisoners.
May, 1810 Cutter ? Diana, 10 Lt. William Kempthorne Wrecked at the island of Rodrigue, East Indies crew saved.
Aug 24, 1810 Frigate Néréide, 36 Act. Capt. Nisbet Josiah Willoughby Captured, by the French Squadron in the harbour of Grand-Port, Isle-de-France, when advancing to the attack of a French squadron.
Aug 25, 1810 Frigate Magicienne, 36 Capt. Lucius Curtis Wrecked along with Sirius, in the harbour of Grand-Port, Isle-de-France, when advancing to the attack of a French squadron.
Aug 25, 1810 Frigate Sirius, 36 Capt. Samuel Pym Wrecked in the harbour of Grand-Port, Isle-de-France, when advancing to the attack of a French squadron.
Aug 26, 1810 Frigate Lively, 38 Capt. George M'Kinley Wrecked on some rocks near Malta: crew saved.
Aug 28,1810 Frigate Iphigenia, 36 Capt. Henry Lambert Captured by a French squadron at Isle-de-la-Passe, off Grand-Port
Nov 9, 1810 Brig Conflict, 12 Lt. Joseph B. Batt Foundered in the bay of Biscay.
Nov 1810 Gun Brig Plumper, 12 Lt. W. Frissell Noted per Clowes vol V as foundered in the St. Lawrence, although one wonders if this isn't the vessel that was subsequently lost in the Bay of Fundy on 5 Dec 1812 ?]
Nov 1810 Gun Brig Mandarin, 12 Lt. Archibald Buchanan Wrecked on Red Island, Strait of Singapore. [Although Colledge describes a similar, if not the same vessel, sunk by the Dutch at Amboyna, and later raised and used by the British, being broken up in 1812. Clowes also seems to note the vessel as being a part of the expedition to Amboyna, whereas the vessel appears to have been recovered there ? All most strange !]
Dec 18, 1810 Frigate Pallas, 32 Capt. George Paris Monke Wrecked at entrance of the Firth of Forth: the crews of both, except one or two men, saved.
Dec 18, 1810 Frigate Nymphe, 36 Capt. Edward Sneyd Clay Wrecked at entrance of the Firth of Forth: the crews of both, except one or two men, saved.
Dec 22, 1810 3rd Rate Minotaur, 74 Capt. John Barrett Wrecked on Haak sands, at the mouth of the Texel: 360 of her crew perished.
Dec 25, 1810 Brig Monkey, 12 Lt. Thomas Fitzgerald Wrecked between two rocks at Belle Isle, coast of France.
Jan 8, 1811 Brig Fleur-de-la-mer, 10 Lt. John Alexander (3) Foundered at sea: crew saved by an American vessel under her convoy.
19 Jan 1811 Brig Sloop Satellite, 16 Com. Willoughby Bertie Foundered in the Channel.
Feb 13, 1811 Brig Sloop Pandora, 18 Com. John Ferguson Wrecked on the Scaw reef, Kattegat : crew saved, but made prisoners.
Feb 16, 1811 Frigate Amethyst, 36 Capt. Jacob Walton Wrecked in Plymouth sound crew, except about thirty, saved.
Feb 25, 1811 Cutter Shamrock, 10 Lt. Wentworth Parsons Croke Wrecked on Cape Sta.-Maria.
Mar 2, 1811 Cutter Olympia, 10 Lt. Henry Taylor Captured by several French privateers off Dieppe.
Mar 1811 Hired Cutter Black Joke, 4 Lt. Moses Cannadey Captured by the French in the Channel.
Mar 6, 1811 Cutter Thistle, 10 Lt. George M'Pherson Wrecked near New York.
Mar 12, 1811 Brig Sloop Challenger, 16 Com. Goddard Blennerhasset Captured by a frigate and an armed store-ship, off Isle Patz.
May 2, 1811 Frigate Dover, 38 Act. Capt. Charles Jeneris Wrecked in Madras roads: crew, except two, saved.
May 2, 1811 Store ship Chichester, Master William Kirby Wrecked in Madras roads : crew, except two, saved.
May 26, 1811 Brig Sloop Alacrity, 18 Com. Nisbet Palmer Captured by the French brig of war Abeille, off Corsica.
Jun 28, 1811 Brig Firm, 12 Lt. John Little (2) Wrecked on a bank off the coast of France: crew saved.
Jun 29, 1811 Brig Safeguard, 12 Lt. Thomas England Captured by the Danes in the Baltic.
Jun 1811 Brig Staunch, 12 Lt. Hector Craig Wrecked off Madagascar; all lost.
Jul 15, 1811 Cutter Snapper, 4 Lt. Henry Thrakstone Captured by French national lugger Ropace, off Brest.
Jul 29, 1811 Brig Guet-apens / Guachapin, 10 Lt. Michael Jenkins Wrecked at Antigua : crew saved.
Aug 18, 1811 Frigate Tartar, 32 Capt. Joseph Baker Wrecked on a sandbank in the Baltic crew saved.
Sep 2, 1811 Brig Manly, 12 Lt. Richard William Simmonds Captured by three Danish 18-g-brigs, in the Baltic
Sep 1811 Cutter Swan, - - Captured by Danish gun boats.
Oct 14, 1811 Frigate Pomone, 38 Capt. Robert Barrie Wrecked on the Needle rocks: crew saved.
Oct 21, 1811 Cutter Grouper, 4 Lt. James Atkins Wrecked off Guadaloupe: crew saved.
Dec 4, 1811 Frigate Saldanha, 36 Capt. Hon. William Pakenham Wrecked off Loughswilly, On the coast of Ireland crew mostly perished.
Dec, 1811 - Bloodhound, 12 Lt Thomas Warrand Wrecked near Trevose Head.
Dec 24, 1811 Brig Fancy, 12 Lt. Alexander Sinclair Foundered in the Baltic: crew perished.
Dec 24, 1811 2nd Rate St.-George, 98 Robert Carthew Reynolds, r._adm., Captain Daniel Oliver Guion, Wrecked, St: George & Defence off the coast of Jutland, on passage from Baltic, Hero on the Haak sand, Texel : crew of latter perished, and both crews of former, except about eighteen men.
Dec 24, 1811 3rd Rate Defence, 74 Capt. David Atkins Wrecked, St: George & Defence off the coast of Jutland, on passage from Baltic, Hero on the Haak sand, Texel : crew of latter perished, and both crews of former, except about eighteen men.
Dec 25, 1811 3rd Rate Hero, 74 Capt. James Newman Newman Wrecked, St: George & Defence off the coast of Jutland, on passage from Baltic, Hero on the Haak sand, Texel : crew of latter perished, and both crews of former, except about eighteen men.
Dec 25, 1811 Brig Sloop Grasshopper, 18 Com. Henry Fanshawe Captured at Nieuve-Diep, Texel whither she had been driven by stress of weather.
Dec 26, 1811 Fire Ship Ephera, 10 Lt. Thomas Everard Wrecked near Cadiz : crew saved.
Jan 28, 1812 Frigate Manilla, 36 Capt. John Joyce Wrecked on the Haak sand, Texel: crew except twelve, saved, but made prisoners.
Jan 31, 1812 Frigate Laurel, 38 Capt. Samuel Campbell Rowley Wrecked on the Govivas rock, in the Teigneuse passage : crew saved, except 96 made prisoners.
Feb 29, 1812 Brig Sloop Fly, 16 Com. Henry Higman Wrecked on the Knobber reef, on the east point of the island of Anholt ; crew saved.
May 3, 1812 Brig Sloop Skylark, 16 Com. James Boxer Wrecked near Boulogne : crew saved.
May 3, 1812 Brig Sloop Apelles, 14 Com. Frederick Hoffman Grounded and taken near Boulogne : crew saved. Retaken 4 Mar 1812.
Jul 8, 1812 Brig Exertion, 12 Lt. James Murray Wrecked in the river Elbe, and afterwards destroyed by the boats of that ship.
Jul 11, 1812 Brig Encounter, 12 Lt. James Hugh Talbot. Wrecked in an attempt to cut out some vessels at San-Lucar, coast of Spain.
Aug 3, 1812 Brig Sloop Emulous, 18 Com. William Howe Mulcaster Wrecked on Sable island: crew saved.
Aug 13, 1812 Ship Sloop Alert, 16 Com. Thomas Lamb Polden Langharne Captured by the American 32-gun frigate Essex, off the coast of North America.
Aug 14, 1812 Cutter Chubb, 4 Lt. Samuel Nisbett Foundered near Halifax : crew perished.
Aug 19, 1812 Brig Attack, 12 Lt. Richard William Simmonds Captured by a squadron of 14 Danish gun-boats, off Foreness.
Aug 19,1812 Frigate Guerrière, 38 Capt. James Richard Dacres (2) Captured by the American 44-gun frigate Constitution, lat. 41° north, long. 55° west.
Aug 22, 1812 Cutter Whiting, 4 Lt. Lewis Maxey. Captured by the Diligent French privateer, coast of North America.
Sep 8, 1812 Cutter Laura, 10 Lt. Charles Newton Hunter Captured by the Diligent, French privateer, coast of North America.
Sep 28, 1812 Frigate Barbadoes, 28 Capt. Thomas Huskisson Wrecked on the north-west bar of Sable island: crew, except one, saved.
Oct 8, 1812 Ship Sloop Avenger, 16 Com. Urry Johnson Wrecked going into Newfoundland: crew saved.
Oct. 1812 Brig Sloop Magnet, 16 Com. Ferdinand Moore Maurice Foundered, as is supposed, on her passage to Halifax.
Oct 10, 1812 Brig Sentinel, 12 Lt. William Elletson King Wrecked on the shoals off the island of Rugen : crew saved.
Oct 18, 1812 Brig Sloop Frolic, 18 Capt. Thomas Whinyates Captured by the American ship-sloop Wasp, lat. 360° north, long 64° west, but recaptured same day by Poictiers 74.
Oct 25, 1812 Frigate Macedonian, 38 Capt. John Surman Cardan Captured by the American 44-gun frigate United-States, lat. 290° north, long. 290° 30' west.
Nov 6, 1812 Cutter Nimble, 10 Lt. John Reynolds (3) Foundered in a gale in the Kattegat: crew saved.
Nov 24, 1812 Brig Sloop Belette, 18 Com. David Sloane Wrecked on the rocks, off the island of Lessee in the Kattegat: crew, except five, perished.
Nov 27, 1812 Frigate Southampton, 32 Capt. Sir James Lucas Yeo Wrecked on a reef of rocks, near Conception island : crew saved.
Nov 30, 1812 Cutter Subtle, 10 Lt. Charles Brown (2) Foundered off St. Bartholomew's, in the West Indies, whilst in chase of an American brig : crew perished.
Dec 5, 1812 Brig Plumper, 12 Lt. James Bray Wrecked in the bay of Fundy : crew part saved.
Dec 8, 1812 Brig Fearless, 12 Lt. Harry Lord Richards Wrecked off coast of Spain.
Dec 18, 1812 Cutter Alban, 10 Lt. William Sturgess Key Wrecked near Aldborough : crew, except two, perished.
Dec 29, 1812 Frigate Java, 38 Capt. Henry Lambert (2) Captured by the same frigate off St.-Salvador.
Dec., 1812 Cutter Porgey, 4 (name unknown) Foundered in the West Indies.
Jan 1, 1813 Brig Sloop Sarpedon, 10 Com. Thomas Parker Foundered, as is supposed
Jan 7, 1813 Brig Sloop Ferret, 18 Com. Francis Alexander Halliday Wrecked near Leith : crew saved.
Feb 7, 1813 Brig Daring, 12 Lt. William R. Pascoe Destroyed by her crew, to prevent her capture by the French frigate, Rubis.
Feb 21, 1813 Brig Sloop Rhodian, 10 Com. John George Boss Foundered on her passage to Jamaica crew saved.
Feb 21, 1813 Brig Sloop Peacock, 18 Com. William Peake Captured by the American sloop Hornet, off Demerara
Feb 25, 1813 Brig Linnet, 14 Com. Joshua Tracey Captured by the French 40-gun frigate Gloire, near the Madeiras.
Mar 22, 1813 3rd Rate Captain, 74 (in ordinary) Burnt in Hamoaze
May 20, 1813 Cutter Algerine, 10 Lt. Daniel Carpenter Wrecked in the West Indies.
Jun 16, 1813 Brig Sloop Persian, 18 Com. Charles Bertram Wrecked on the Silver Keys, in the West Indies: crew saved
Jul, 2, 1813 Frigate Daedalus, 38 Capt. Murray Maxwell Wrecked off the island of Ceylon: crew saved.
Aug 5, 1813 Cutter Dominica, 14 Lt. George Wilmot Barrette Captured by the American privateer Decatur, off Charlestown.
Aug 22, 1813 Brig Sloop Colibri, 18 Com. John Thompson Wrecked in Port Royal, Jamaica : crew saved. - per William James, although I am advised by "Adam Quinan" that this is incorrect and it should read Port Royal Bar South Carolina. Per subsequent Court Martial.
Sep 5, 1813 Brig Boxer, 12 Com. Samuel Blythe Captured by the American 16-gun brig Enterprise, off Portland, United States
Sep 9, 1813 S Highflyer, Lt. William Hutchinson Captured by the American frigate, President, off Nantucket.
Sep 9, 1813 Cutter Alphea, 10 Lt. Thomas William Jones Destroyed in action with French privateer Renard.
Sep 21, 1813 Brig Sloop Goshawk, 16 Com. Hon. William John Napier Wrecked in the Mediterranean: crew saved.
Sep 27, 1813 Brig Bold, 12 Com. John Shekel Wrecked on Prince Edward's Island.
Oct 22, 1813 Ship Laurestinus, 22 Com. Alexander Gordon Wrecked on the Silver Keys, Bahana Islands: crew saved.
Nov 5, 1813 Ship Sloop Tweed, 18 Com. William Mather Wrecked in Shoal bay, Newfoundland crew, except fifty-two perished.
Nov 6, 1813 Store ship Woolwich, Com. Thomas Ball Sullivan Wrecked, Barbuda: crew saved.
Nov 10, 1813 Ship Sloop Atalante, 18 Com. Frederick Hickey Wrecked off Halifax lighthouse : crew saved.
Dec 1813 Cutter Dart, 10 Lt. Thomas Allen (3) Foundered in the Atlantic.
Jan 29, 1814 Cutter / schooner Holly, 10 Lt. Samuel Sharpe Treacher Wrecked off St. Sebastian : crew, except, the commander and five men saved.
Feb 14, 1814 Brig Sloop Pictou, 16 Lt. Edward Stephens Captured by the American frigate Constitution.
Feb 28, 1814 Ship Sloop Anacreon, 18 Com. John Davis Foundered in the Channel.
Mar 22, 1814 Cutter Decoy, 10 Lt. John Pearce Captured by French.
Mar., 1814 Cutter / tender Rapide, 6 (name unknown) Wrecked on the Saintes.
1814 Brig Sloop Vautour, 16 Com. Peter Lawless Foundered, as is supposed, exact date unknown.
Apr 29, 1814 Brig Sloop Epervier, 18 Com. Richard Walter Wales Captured by the American sloop-of-war Peacock, off the southern coast of the United States.
Apr 29, 1814 Cutter Ballahou, 4 Lt. Norfolk King Captured by the American privateer Perry, off the coast of the United States.
May 19, 1814 Brig Sloop Halcyon, 18 Com. John Houlton Marshall Wrecked on a reef of rocks in Anatto bay, Jamaica: crew saved.
Jun 28, 1814 Brig Sloop Reindeer, 18 Com. William Manners Captured by the American sloop of war Wasp, Channel.
Jun 28, 1814 Troop Ship Leopard,50 Capt. Edward Luwther Crofton Wrecked near the island of Anticosti, gulf of St. Lawrence: crew, except a few, saved.
Jul 12, 1814 Cutter Landrail, 4 Lt. Robert Daniel Lancaster Captured by the American privateer Syren, Channel,
Aug, 1814 Ship Sloop Peacock, 18 Capt. Richard Coote Foundered in off the southern coast of the U. S.: crew perished.
Sep 1, 1814 Brig Sloop Avon, 18 Com. Hon. James Arbuthnot Destroyed by sinking at the close of an action with the American sloop of war Wasp, Channel.
Sep 15, 1814 Ship Hermes, 20 Capt. William Henry Percy Destroyed in an attack upon an American battery at Mobile.
Sep 30, 1814 Brig Sloop Crane, 18 Com. Robert Standley Foundered, West Indies.
Oct, (1814) Cutter Elizabeth, 10 Lt. Jonathan Widdicombe Dyer Foundered by upsetting in chase of an American privateer.
Oct 10, 1814 Cutter Racer, 14 Lt. Henry Freeman Young Pogson Wrecked in the gulf of Florida : crew saved.
Nov 24, 1814 Brig Sloop Fantome, 18 Com. Thomas Sykes Wrecked on her passage front St. John's, New Brunswick to Halifax: crew saved.
Nov., 1814 Cutter Cuttle, 4 (name unknown) Foundered on the Halifax station.
Nov., 1814 Cutter Herring, 4 Lt. John Murray (3) -
Jan 17, 1815 Ship Sloop Sylph, 18 Com. George Dickens Wrecked on Southampton bar, North America: crew, except six, perished.
Feb 26, 1815 Frigate Statira, 38 Capt. Speelman Swaine Wrecked on a sunken rock off Heneage, off the isle of Cuba: crew saved.
Feb 26, 1815 Cutter St Lawrence, 12 Lt. James Edward Gordon Captured by the American privateer-brig Chasseur, off Havana.
Mar 20, 1815 Ship Levant, 22 Capt. Hon. George Douglas Captured by the American Frigate Constitution, sixty leagues west-south-west of Madeira : Levant recaptured March 11.
Mar 20, 1815 Ship Cyane, 20 Capt. Gordon Thomas Falcon Captured by the American Frigate Constitution, sixty leagues west-south-west of Madeira
Mar 23,1815 Brig Sloop Penguin, 18 Com. James Dickinson (3) Captured by the American sloop Hornet, off d'Acunha
May 1, 1815 Troopship Penelope, Com. James Galloway Wrecked on the coast of Low. Canada part of crew perished.
Aug 15, 1815 Cutter Dominica, 14 Lt. Richard Crawford Wrecked near Bermuda.
Aug ? 1815 Ship Sloop Cygnet, 16 Com. Robert Russel Wrecked off the Courantine river : crew saved.
Feb 20, 1816 Frigate Phœnix, 42 Charles John Austen Wrecked near Smyrna, during a hurricane: crew saved.
Sep 21, 1816 Cutter/sch.? Whiting, 14 John Jackson Wrecked on Dunbar sand, harbour of Padstow crew saved.
Nov. 4, 1816 Frigate Comus, 32 Jas. John Gordon Bremer, C.B. Wrecked off Cape Pine, coast of Newfoundland: crew saved.
Nov 5, 1816 Brig Sloop Briseis, 10 George Domett Wrecked on the reefs of Point Pedras : crew saved.
On her passage from Jamaica to New Providence, with a detachment of the 5th West India Regiment on board, was wrecked on the 4 Nov on Point Pedro, 9 miles to the leeward of Havannah. She got on shore from mistaking the high lands about the Bay of Florida for the Havannah. Endeavours were made to veer her off, but the wind setting from the E.N.E. the masts were cut away, when she fell over and bilged. The crew and troops were saved, with part of her stores. Times
Nov 11, 1816 Sloop Tay, 20 Samuel Roberts, C.B Wrecked off the Alacranes, Gulf of Mexico : crew saved : with two millions of dollars on board, is lost off Campeachy.
Nov 16, 1816 Brig Sloop Bermuda, 10 John Pakenham Wrecked on her passage from the Gulf of Mexico, near Tampico Bar: crew saved.
Jan 21,1817 Cutter / sch.? Telegraph, 12 John Little, C.B. Wrecked on the point of Mount Batten, at the entrance of Catwater: one man saved.
Jan 21,1817 Brig Sloop Jasper, 10 Com. Thomas Carew Wrecked on the point of Mount Batten, at the entrance of Catwater, crew except captain, lieutenant, and two seamen, perished.
Feb 18, 1817 Frigate Alceste, 46 Capt. Murray Maxwell, C.B Wrecked off island of Pulo-Leat, in the Strait of Gaspar, China Sea: crew saved.
Oct 2, 1817 Brig Sloop Julia, 16 Com. Jenkin Jones Wrecked off Tristan d'Acunha: 55 of crew, including all the officers but captain and two midshipmen, perished.
Dec 8, 1817 - Martin, 18 Com. Andrew Mitchell Wrecked off West Coast of Ireland
1818 Rec. Ship Shark, Lieut. Charles Newton Hunter (actg. Com.) Wrecked at Jamaica
Jun 1, 1819 Brig Erne, 20 Com. Timothy Scriven, C.B Wrecked on the Island of Sal, Cape de Verds : crew saved.
Dec 5, 1819 Rev. cruis. Vigilant, 14 Lieut. Hy. Nazer Wrecked near Torbay
Jul 6, 1820 - Carron, 20 Com John Furneaux Wrecked near Puri, Coast of Coromandel, India. Master and 20 of crew drowned.
Oct, 1820 Rev. cruis. Hardwicke, 12 Lieut. Saml. Mottley Wrecked in Dundrum Bay
Jan, 1821 Rev. cut. Sprightly, 6 - Wrecked off Portland
Mch, 1821 Schooner Bermuda, - Foundered between Halifax and Bermuda: all lost
Apr 21, 1822 - Confiance, 18 Com. William Thomas Morgan* Wrecked off Mizen Head, Coast of Ireland: all lost: 5 men were ashore when she sailed.
Jun 20, 1822 - Drake, 10 Com. Charles Adolphus Baker * Wrecked off Newfoundland: many lost
Dec 14, 1822 - Racehorse, 18 Com. Wm Benj. Suckling Wrecked on Langness, Isle of Man
Dec 12, 1823 - Arab, 18 Com. Wm Holmes * Wrecked off Belmullet, West Coast of Ireland: all lost
Jan 25, 1824 - Columbine, 18 Com. Hon Chas Abbot Wrecked off of Sapienza
Feb 23, 1824 - Delight, 10 Com. Robt Hay * Wrecked in a cyclone, Mauritius: all lost
Mar 3, 1824 cut Dwarf, 10 Lieut Nicholas Gould Wrecked on the pier, Kingstown
Aug 1, 1825 disc. Ship Fury, 4 Com Henry Parkyns Hoppner Bilged in Regent's Inlet, Arctic
Nov 27, 1825 - Partridge, 10 - Stranded off the Texel
1826 - Martin, 20 - Supposed to have foundered off the Cape.
Jan 9, 1826 - Algerine, l0 Com Charles Wemyss * Capsized in a squall, Mediterranean: all lost
Aug 27, 1826 sch Magpie, 5 - Wrecked in Colorados Road, Cuba nearly all lost
1827 - Redwing, 18 Com Douglas Chas. Clavering * Supposed foundered, W Afr station: all lost
Jan 14, 1827 - Nimrod, 18 Com Saml. Sparshott Bilged in Holyhead Bay (Got off and sold)
Feb 18, 1827 frigate Diamond, 46 (In ordinary) Accidentally burnt in ordinary at Portsmouth.
Jun 6, 1827 packet Cynthia, Lieut. John White Wrecked off Barbados
Nov, 1827 packet Hearty, 10 - Supposed burnt at sea: all lost
1828 packet Ariel, 6 - Supposed lost near Sable Island
1828 packet Redpole, 10 - Sunk in action with Congress, a pirate, off Cape Frio.
Jan 31, 1828 frigate Cambrian, 48 Capt Gawen Wm. Hamilton CB Ran foul of while in stays by the Isis and drifted on to the Island of Carabousa [off Grabusa], Mediterranean, and was wrecked.
Apr 14, 1828 - Acorn, 18 Com Edward Gordon * Departed Bermuda for Halifax with the Hussar and Tyne, but parted in a gale on the 14-15 Apr and was assumed lost without trace.
Apr 14, 1828 g b Contest, 12 Lieut. Plaggenborg * Wrecked on Halifax station: all lost
May 15, 1828 - Parthian, 10 Com. Hon Geo Fredk. Hotham Wrecked near Marabout Isld, Egypt
May 17, 1828 sch Union, 4 Lieut. Chas. Madden Wrecked off Rose Isld, W. Indies
Oct 11, 1828 - Jasper, 10 Com Leonard Chas. Rooke Wrecked off Sta. Maura
Dec 18, 1828 surv. ves. Kangaroo, Master Anth. de Mayne Wrecked on Jamaica station
Feb 17, 1829 sch Nightingale, Lieut. Geo Wood Wrecked on the Shingles
Apr 3, 1829 packet Myrtle, 6 - Wrecked off Nova Scotia
Nov 29, 1829 - Success, 28 - Wrecked in Cockburn Sound
Mar 10, 1830 - Wolf, 18 Com Robt Russell Wrecked off Isle of Wight
Dec 5, 1830 frigate Thetis, 46 Capt Saml. Burgess Wrecked off Cape Frio with a large quantity of treasure on board. Crew saved, except for 20.
May, 1831 schooner Monkey, 3 - Wrecked on Tampico Bar
1832 g b Recruit, 10 Lieut. Thomas Hodges* Supposed foundered off Bermuda : all lost
Feb, 1833 packet Calypso, 6 Lieut. Richard Peyton* Foundered between Halifax and England: all lost
Dec, 1833 packet Thais, - Supposed foundered in Atlantic: all lost
Aug 27, 1834 rev. cut. Chameleon, Lieut. John Pratten* Rundown off Dover by HMS Castor
Dec 4, 1834 sch. Nimble, 5 Lieut. Charles Bolton Wrecked in Old Bahama Channel
Feb 27, 1835 sch. Firefly, 3 Lieut. Jas. Julius McDonnell Wrecked off British Honduras
Mar 11, 1835 surv. sch. Jackdaw, 4 Lieut. Edward Barnett Wrecked off Old Providence, Honduras
Mar 27, 1835 rev. cut. Hound, Lieut. Jno. Hasler Helby Wrecked in Weymouth Bay
May 19, 1835 - Challenger, 28 Capt. Michael Seymour Wrecked on coast of Chile
Feb 5, 1836 sch Pike, 12 Lieut. Arthur Brooking Wrecked on Pelican Reef, Jamaica
1838 rev. cut. Diligence, - Wrecked on coast of Ireland: 46 lost
Jan, 1838 packet Briseis, 6 Lieut. John Downey * Supposed foundered in Atlantic: all lost
Mar 6, 1838 sch Pincher, 5 Lieut. Thomas Hope * Capsized off the Owers: all lost
Apr 12, 1838 - Rapid, 10 Lieut. Hon Graham Hay St. V de Ros Kinnaird * Wrecked off Crete, Mediterranean
Nov 28, 1839 - Tribune, 21 Capt Chas. Hamlyn Williams Wrecked near Tarragona
1840 - Imogene, 26 (in Ordinary) Accidentally burnt at Plymouth
1840 - Victor, 16 Com. Chas. Cooks Otway * Supposed foundered between Vera Cruz and Halifax: all lost
Jul 28, 1840 st. ship Buffalo, Master James Wood Wrecked off New Zealand: Loss of the Buffalo Store-Ship.
This ship was at anchor in Mercury Bay, New Zealand, on the 26th July on which day it came on to blow a most powerful gale, and continued so for three days. Every preparation was made for encountering it by striking lower-top masts, and letting go all the anchors; but, not withstanding all these precautions, the ship parted from them, and by the coolness and good management of her commander, Mr. J. Wood, she was run ashore, and all the crew saved, with the exception of one poor unfortunate seaman, named Moore, and a boy by the name of Cornes, both belonging to Chatham. The ship is now high and dry at low water, on the beach, and is completely gone to pieces; and the crew were fully employed in saving what stores and provisions they could from the wreck. A great portion of the ship's company was at the time in the woods, cutting and transporting timber; but on hearing of the loss of the ship, they went from Cook's Bay, in an open boat, to the assistance of their shipmates and in so doing this they met with most severe weather, and were compelled to run into a creek to ride out a gale. At the slate of the information, August 6, a ship was standing into Mercury Bay, to convey the officers and crew who had been encamped on the beach to Sydney whence they would come to England. Hampshire Telegraph.
Oct, 1840 - Talavera, 72 (In Ordinary) Accidentally burnt at Plymouth
Nov 13, 1840 surv ves Fairy, 10 Capt Wm Hewett * Wrecked off coast of Suffolk: all lost
Nov 28, 1840 packet Spey, Lieut. Robt Bastard James Wrecked on Racoon Key
Dec 2, 1840 - Zebra, 16 Com. Robt. Fanshawe Stopford Wrecked off Mt Carmel, Levant
Jun, 1841 sch Skipjack, 5 Lieut. Aug. Chas. May Wrecked on the Caymans
Sep 10, 1842 steamer Spitfire, 2 Lieut. Hay Erskine Shipley Winthrop Wrecked on Half Moon Key, Honduras
Mar 4, 1843 steamer Megœra, 2 Lieut. Geo Oldmixon Wrecked on Bare Bush Key
Jul 24, 1843 steamer Lizard, 3 Lieut. Chas. Jas. Postle Run down by French warship Véloce
Apr 25, 1845 packet Skylark, 4 Lieut. Geo Morris Wrecked on Kimmeridge Ledge
Mar 11, 1846 Brig Osprey, 12 Com. Fredk Patten Wrecked off False Hokianga, New Zealand.
LOSS OF H. M. BRIG OSPREY. (From the New Zealander, March 23.)
It is with the deepest regret we have to announce the loss of this beautiful brig of war ; mounting twelve guns, on the western coast, about eighteen miles to the northward of Hakianga, on Wednesday, the 11th instant, about three o'clock in the afternoon.
On Tuesday, the 10th instant, the Osprey made the western coast, and was enabled to take an observation, which proved that she was in the latitude of Hokianga ; but the weather coming on thick and hazy, she kept off the land until the evening, when it cleared away. She then stood in, fired two guns to announce to the pilot at Hokianga, that she was off the harbour, and again stood to sea for the night. On the following morning, on nearing the coast, a high southern headland, similar to Hokianga, was seen, with what was presumed to be the pilot's house ; but which, subsequently, proved to be a white spot on the cliff. Soon afterwards, perceiving a red flag run up, it was confidently anticipated that it was the entrance of the Hokianga, and the brig stood on, over the surf, bringing the northern and southern heads in one. After crossing the breakers, which were judged to be the three of Hokianga, the vessel touched ground; but it was thought that she was just merely on the bar, over which she would soon forge ; but almost immediately, she struck again, with increased violence, and succession of shocks brought the alarming conviction that she was ashore ; and that it was not the entrance to Hokianga. but that of Haere-kino or False Hokianga. The guns were instantly hove overboard, and the masts cutaway, which falling, with the sails set, towards the shore, dragged the vessel still higher on the beach. On the tide receding, the vessel being about half way between high and low water mark, the officers and crew were enabled to land, about two o'clock on Thursday morning, with their small arms and some dry ammunition, which had been fortunately saved on deck, the greater part having been thrown overboard. The vessel stands upright on her keel, in the sand, and is but slightly injured, the heel of the keel only being knocked away. .The stores are being landed, and the crew are assisted by one hundred and fifty natives, who are well disposed, and behave very friendly and peaceably. Two of them had been caught pilfering, and had been taken into custody. After the stores are all taken out of the Osprey, there is no hope of her floating, without a number of empty casks to raise her, or of hauling her off. The shore, on that part of the western coast is extremely shallow for a long distance outwards, with a heavy surf and breakers continually rolling in, even when the wind is off the land ; so that no vessel of proper size and power could approach with safety, sufficiently near to render the Osprey efficient assistance is hauling off. This untoward circumstance has arisen, it appears, from mistaking the headlands; and likewise, from being misled, by the hoisting of the red flag, similar to the practice at the true Hokianga, to apprise vessels that there is sufficient water for them on the bar. From information we have received, we learn that this little harbour of Haere-kino is precisely a miniature of Hokianga, and the principal native chief has adopted the plan of the pilot at the latter place, to announce high water to the smaller vessels that may approach his settlement. We consider that some measures should be taken to prevent in future recurrence of similar disasters to large vessels. The harbour of Hokianga, itself, although a bar harbour, can be approached and entered, with proper precautions ; therefore, the accident should not, in any degree, tend to the detraction of it. If some wooden beacon, or some other land mark, was erected at Haere-kino, and public notice given, the access to Hokianga would be more easily ascertained, and the strand of Haere-kino more certainly avoided. The Aurora, schooner, of Hokianga, is employed to convey the stores of the Osprey to that port, and the Adelaide, brig, has sailed from here, to take them on board for their ultimate destination. H.M.S. Racehorse, likewise, sailed on Thursday morning, for the Bay of Islands, to be in communication with the officers and crew of the Osprey.
Feb 3, 1847 Steam sloop Thunderbolt, 6 Com. Alexander Boyle Wrecked on Cape Recife, S Africa - Loss of HM Steam Sloop Thunderbolt.- On Sunday evening, an express arrived from Port Elizabeth, communicating to the Admiral, the painful intelligence of the loss of the Thunderbolt, at the entrance of Algoa Bay. The following particulars are extracted from a letter inserted in the Graham's Town Journal, dated Port Elizabeth, February 4 :- "Yesterday evening, at about five o'clock. the smoke of a steamer was seen over the sandy point, apparently rounding Cape Recife, and nearly at the same time the report of five or six guns were heard at intervals. The inhabitants were all on the qui vive, supposing it probable that this steamer was the bearer of our new Governor, and the guns excited no particular attention. Soon afterwards it was seen to be the Thunderbolt rather close in shore, and although to all appearance with all her steam up, she appeared to be making but little way, and to be deep in the water. As she neared the anchorage, it was discovered that her ensign was reversed, and then for the first time it became evident some accident had happened. Her close approach to the shore excited the alarm of the spectators. when in a few minutes it proved to be the intention to bring on the beach, and accordingly she grounded in an upright position, some distance out, nearly opposite the Baakens River. The port boat had been for some time alongside of her ; other boats put off to her assistance. The first which returned brought the unfortunate intelligence, that she had struck on one of the outer points of Cape Recife, had passed over the rock, but that immediately afterwards six feet of water were found in her hold, and that it was with great difficulty she had been kept afloat. This beautiful vessel is this morning in the same position, and the weather being very mild exertions are making to land her stores, &c., but scarcely any hopes are entertained of getting her off. She had been sent round from Simon's Bay for the 90th Regiment, and had only two or three steerage passengers."-Cape of Good Hope Shipping and Mercantile Gazette, February 12.
Aug 29, 1847 - Snake, 16 Com. Thos. Bourmaster Brown Wrecked in Mozambique Channel
Dec 20, 1847 steam frigate Avenger, 6 Capt. Chas. Geo Elers Napier,* Wrecked on Sorelle Rocks, Mediterranean: 246 lost. The Avenger - Court Martial.- A court-martial assembled on the 31st of January, on board the Trafalgar, to try Lieutenant Rooke and the survivors of the Avenger, for the loss of that ship on the Sorella rocks, of Galita, on the night of the 20th December, 1847. The court lasted two days. The following sentence was read by the officiating Judge-Advocate: The court, after having the narrative of Lieutenant Rooke read, and the evidence adduced, are of opinion that the Avenger was as wrecked on a reef of rocks, about ten o'clock on the evening of the 20th of December last, but there is not sufficient cause shown in the evidence to account for the accident. No blame is attached to Lieutenant Rooke, or the other prisoners, and they are fully acquitted. The court consider the conduct of Lieutenant Rooke to have been proper, in lowering the cutter, as he was acting in obedience to orders given. The court consider the conduct of Lieutenant Rooke, in laying off the ship to save the lives of any who might seek safety, and his persevering efforts for the same object in returning to the vessel from Tunis, to have been most praiseworthy and humane. The court cannot separate without expressing their warm approbation of the conduct of Mr. Larcom through- out the trying scene. The court warmly eulogise the humanity of the Arabs, who assisted the sufferers on their reaching land. The court have very considerable doubts if the Avenger had the Admiralty charts of the Mediterranean on board. The court fully and entirely acquit the prisoners. The President, calling Lieutenant Francis Rooke, thus ad-dressed him:-" Lieutenant Rooke.- It is needless for me to make any comment, after the expression of the opinion of the court you have just heard and read, and I have the greatest pleasure in returning you your sword."
1848 screw disc.Ves. Terror, 4 Capt. Francis Rawdon Moira Crozier (d 1848) Abandoned in the Arctic Ice
1848 screw disc. ves . Erebus, 3 Capt. Sir John Franklin, Kt (d 1847) Capt. James Fitzjames (d 1848) Abandoned in the Arctic Ice
Dec 21, 1848 - Mutine, 12 Com. John Jervis Palmer Wrecked in the Adriatic
Oct 9, 1850 tender Adelaide, Lieut. Jno. Lyons Macleod Wrecked on Banana Isld, W. Africa
Nov 22, 1850 steam gun vessel Flamer, 3 Com. Jas. St. Leger Wrecked 14 miles off coast of Monrovia near Salt Pun Light.
May 31, 1851 steam g.v. Reynard, 9 Com. Peter Cracroft Wrecked on Pratas Shoal, China Seas
1852 surv. ves. Investigator, 3 Com. Robt Jno Le Mesurier McClure Abandoned in the Arctic Ice
Feb, 27, 1852 steam tr. s. Birkenhead, Master Robert Salmond * Wrecked off Pt Danger, St. Africa: 436 lost,
1854 screw tender Pioneer, Com. Sherard Osborn Abandoned in the Arctic Ice
1854 - Resolute, 2 Capt. Henry Kellett Abandoned in the Arctic Ice Recovered. 1856
1854 - Assistance, 2 Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, CB Abandoned in the Arctic Ice
1854 screw tender Intrepid, 2 Com Fras. Leop. McClintock Abandoned in the Arctic Ice
May, 1854 steam g v Jasper, Lieut. Chas. Gibbs Crawley Burnt in the Channel
May 12, 1854 steam frigate Tiger, 16 Capt Henry Wells Giffard * Grounded under batteries near Odessa: taken and sank
1855 sch. Bermuda, 3 Lieut. Wm. Cashman Wrecked in the W. Indies
Jul, 1855 steam g. v. Jasper,, 2 Lieut. Joseph Saml. Hudson Wrecked in the Sea of Azof. Taken by Russians
Aug 11, 1855 - Wolverine, 12 Com. John Corbett Wrecked on Courtown Bank
1855 - Nerbudda, 12 Com. Henry Ashburton Kerr * Supposed foundered on Cape Station about July 10th: all lost
Note: I have recently kindly been advised by advised Colyn, of South Africa that the memorial at Runciman Drive cemetery in Simon's Town reads as follows:
120 MEN
LOST 1855
Jan 29, 1856 steamer Polyphemus, 5 Commander F.P. Warren Wrecked on sandbank near Hansholman Light off coast of Jutland
Apr. 14 1857 frig. Raleigh, 50 Commod. Hon. Hy. Keppel, C.B. Com. Edw. Winterton Turnour. Wrecked near Macao. All saved.
July 10 1857 screw iron trooper Transit, - Wrecked in the Strait of Banca
? 1859 brig sloop Sappho, 12 Com. Fairfax Moresby * Supposed foundered on Australian Station. All lost.
Feb. 8 1859 brig sloop Wizard, 6 Lt. Alf. Prowse Hasler Helby. Wrecked on Seal Rock, Berehaven. All saved.
Feb. 26 1859 scr. g. b. . Jaseur, 2 Lt. John Binney Scott. Wrecked on Baxo Nuevo, W. Ind. All saved.
May 9 1859 brig sloop . Heron, 12 Com. Wm. Henderson Truscott Foundered between Ascension and Sierra Leone, 25 saved.
Jun 25 1859 scr. g. b. . Plover, 2 R.-Ad. Jas. Hope, C.B.Lt. Wm. Hector Rason.* Abandoned under fire of the Pei-ho forts.
Jun 25 1859 scr. g. b. . Lee, 2 Lt. Wm. Hy. Jones. Sunk in action with the Pei-ho forts.
Jun 28 1859 scr. g. b. Cormorant, 4 Com. Armine Wodehouse Sunk by fire from the Pei-ho forts.
1860 scr. st. ship Assistance, Com. Chas. Jno. Balfour Wrecked off Hong-Kong.
Oct 21 1860 scr. iron trp. Ship Perseverance, 2 Com. Ed. Roche Power. Wrecked off Mayo, C. de Verdes. All saved.
? 1861 brig sloop Camilla, 16 (Com. Geo. Tw1stleton Colvile.* Supposed foundered on China station. All lost.
Aug. 1861 padd. Driver, 6 Com. Horatio Nelson . Wrecked on Mariguana I.
Dec. 29 1861 scr. Wood line-of-battle s Conqueror, 101 Capt. Ed. Southwell Sotheby, C.B. Wrecked on Rum Key.
Feb. 5 1863 scr. . Orpheus, 21 Commod. Wm. Farquharson Burnett, C.B, Com. Robt. Heron Burton. * Wreck off Manukau, N.Z.
Dec. 23 1863 scr. g. b. . Lively, 2 Lt. Wm. Walsh. Wrecked off the Dutch coast.
Apr. 3 1864 scr. g. b. Magpie, 2 Lt. Geo. Robt. Bell. Wrecked to Galway Bay.
Nov. 4 1864 scr. g. v. Racehorse, 4 Com. Chas. Rd. Fox Boxer. Wrecked near Chefoo. Few saved.
Dec. 14 1864 scr. Wood line-of-battle shp. Bombay, 67 R: Ad. Hon. Chas. Gilbert Jno. Brydone Elliot C.B. Capt. Colin And. Campbell. Burnt off Montevideo.
Oct 23 1865 padd. Bulldog, 6 Capt. Chas. Wake. Destroyed to prevent Capture, at C. Haytien.
July 10 1866 scr. Amazon, 4 Com. Jas. Ed. Hunter. Sunk by collision with s.s. Osprey, off the Start.
Oct 1866 scr. g. v. Griffon, 5 Com. Duncan Geo. Davidson Stranded after collision with H.M.S. Pandora off Little Popo
? 1867 scr. g. v. Osprey, 4 Com. Wm. Menzies Wrecked on coast of S. Africa
Sep 24 1868 scr. Rattler, 17 Com. Hy. Fredk. Stephenson Wrecked on China Station.
Nov. 15 1868 twn. scr. g. v. Gnat, 2 Com. Chas. Barstow Theobald Wrecked off Balabac I., China.
Mar 29 1869 brig sloop Ferret, 8 Lt. Hilary Mansell Carré Wrecked off Dover. All saved.
May 9 1870 scr. g. v. . Slaney, 1 Lt. Wm. Fras. Leoline Elwyn. Wrecked on the Paracels. China.
Sep 5 1870 scr. g.b Trinculo, 2 Lt. Hon. Fras. Geo. Crofton. Wrecked off Gibraltar. Only 2 lost.
Sep 7 1870 Iron turret battleship. Captain †, 6 Capt- Hugh Talbot Burgoyne, V.C.* Capsized off Finisterre. Only 18 Saved.
Dec. 15 1870 padd. d. v. Psyche, 2 Lt. John Fellowes. Wrecked on Pt. Mechini, Catania.
Jun 19 1871 scr. Iron Store ship Megæra, 6 Capt. Arth. Thos. Thrupp Beached at St. Paul's I.
May 21 1874 scr. Niobe, 4 Com. David Boyle. Wrecked off Miquelon I.
Sep 1 1875 iron central battery battleship Vanguard, 14 Capt. Rich. Dawkins. Accidentally rammed by H.M.S. Iron Duke off the Kish Bank, and sank. No life lost.
Mar 24 1878 training frigate Eurydice ‡, 4 Capt. Marcus Aug. Stanley Hare. * Capsized off the I. Of Wight. Only 2 saved.
Oct 31 1878 c g. cruiser Fanny, Chf. Offr. Joseph Greet. * Run down off the Tuskar, by ss Helvetia: 17 lost.
Mar(?) 1880 training Frigate Atlanta §, 4 Capt. Francis Stirling Never heard of after having left Bermuda on Jan. 31st. All hands, 280, last
Apr. 26 1881 comp. Sc. Sloop Doterel, 6 Com. Rich. Evans. Sank off Sandy Pt. owing to an accidental explosion on board: 143 lives being lost.
Sep 12 1882 comp. Sc. Sloop . Phoenix, 6 Com. Hubert Hy. Grenfell. Wrecked of P. Edward's I. No lives lost.
Jun 7 1883 padd. Disp. v. Lively, 2 Com. Alf. Arth. Chase Parr. Wrecked off Stornoway. No lives lost.
Sep 22 1884 comp. sc. g. b. Wasp, 4 Lieut. Jno. Dundas Nicholls.* Wrecked off Tory Island: 52 lives lost.
Sep . 1887 comp. sc. g. b. Wasp, 6 Lieut. Bryan Jno. Huthwaite Adamson * Never heard of after having left Singapore, Sep 10. All hands, 80, lost.
Sep 16 1889 sc. g. vessel . Lily, 3 Com. Gerald Walter Russell Wrecked (off Labrador: 7 lives lost
Oct 1890 1st class Torpedo-boat No. 62, - Lost while in tow of H.M.S. Buzzard in a gale, N. Amer. Station.
Nov. 10 1890 3rd cl. cr. Serpent, 6 Com- Harry Leith Ross. * Wrecked off N. coast of Spain: 173 lives lost; 3 saved.
Aug. 8 1892 1st class torpedo-boat No. 75, Actg. Sub-Lieut. Arth. Wm. Craig. Sank after collision with t. b. No. 77 off the Maidens. No one lost.
Jun 22 1893 Battleship Victoria, 15 V.-Adm. Sir Geo.Tryon, K.C.B.Capt. Hon. Maur. Archib. Bourke. Sank after being rammed by H.M.S. Camperdown, off Tripoli, Syria. C.- in-Chf, 21 officers and 350 men lost.
July 29 1898 1st class Torpedo-boat No. 28, Lieut. Hon. Edw. Spencer Harry Boyle. Stranded in Kalk Bay. Badly damaged. Used in Dec. 1898 as a target by Cape Squadron, and sunk.
Nov. 27 1900 Coastguard Cutter. Hind., Chf. Off. John McDonald. Wrecked on Shipwash sands.
Jan. 16 1901 2nd cl. cr. Sibylle, 8 Capt. Hugh Pigot Williams Wrecked in Lambert's bent a Bay, S. Afr.
Nov. 12 1901 Coastguard Cruiser Active Chief Officer Culley Vessel was driven on Granton Breakwater and became a total wreck during a storm.

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