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|British Main Division, George Byng (1663/64-1732/33)|
To attack the town and the south bastion.
|Name : Monmouth (64)||John Baker (1660-1716)|
|Name : Suffolk (70)||Robert Kirktown (d.1718)|
|Name : Essex (70)||John Hubbard (d.1723)|
|Name : Ranelagh (80)||John Cowe||Squadron Flagship|
|Name : Grafton (70)||Andrew Leake (d.1704)|
|Name : Montagu (60)||William Cleveland|
|Name : Eagle (70)||Archibald Hamilton (c.1673-1754)|
|Name : Nottingham (60)||Samuel Whitaker (d.1707)|
|Name : Nassau (70)||Francis Dove (d.1724/25)|
|Name : Swiftsure (64)|
|Dutch Division, G. van der Dussen|
To attack the Old Mole
|Name : Wapen van Friesland (58)|
|Name : Utrecht (64)|
|Name : Veluwe (66)||Squadron Flagship|
|Name : Prinses Amelia (64)|
|Name : Veere (60)||Philip Schriver (d.1711)|
|Name : Katwijk op Zee (72)|
|British Second Division|
To attack the new mole. Had three Dutch bombs attached.
|Name : Berwick (70)|
|Name : Monck (64)|
|Name : Burford (70)||Kerrit Roffey (d.1716)|
|Name : Kingston (60)||Edward Acton (d.1707)|
|Name : Lennox (70)||Sir William Jumper (d.1714/15)|
|Name : Yarmouth (70)||Jasper Hicks (d.1714)|
|Rooke's Main Body|
Stood off in the Bay and other than the Dorsetshire was unengaged.
During the night of the 22/23rd, Rooke, to make some diversion while Byng's squadron warped into position, ordered Captain Edward Whitaker, of the Dorsetshire, to man and arm boats, and to destroy a French vessel that lay within the Old Mole.
|Name : Royal Katherine (96)||John Fletcher (d.1704/5)||Fleet Flagship|
|Name : Dorsetshire (80)||Edward Whitaker|
Allied (Royaume de France & Spain)