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  • John MooreBritish
    Naval Sailor
    Service 1646-1679
  • Hebe (38) 1782-1811
    British 38 Gun
    5th Rate Frigate
    1805 Renamed "Blonde"
    (1782)
  • Daniel WaudbyBritish
    Naval Sailor
    Service 1739-1779
  • Culloden (74) 1783-1813
    British 74 Gun
    3rd Rate Ship of the Line
    (1783)
  • Dragon (64) 1744-1783
    Spanish 64 Gun
    3rd Rate Ship of the Line
    (1744)
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    British 60 Gun
    4th Rate Ship of the Line
    1744 Renamed "Eagle"
    1745 Renamed "Centurion"
    (1733)
  • Centurion (60) 1733-1769
    British 60 Gun
    4th Rate Ship of the Line
    1744 Renamed "Eagle"
    1745 Renamed "Centurion"
    (1733)
  • Windsor (60) 1695-1725
    British 60 Gun
    4th Rate Ship of the Line
    (1695)
  • Welcome 1686-1688
    British Merchant East Indiaman
    (1686)
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    Naval Sailor
    Service 1790-1830
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Battle of Juncal

8th February 1827 - 9th February 1827
Part of : Argentina-Brazil War (1825/12/10 - 1828/08/27)
Previous action : Battle of Montivideo 21.10.1823
Next action : Battle of Monte Santiago 7.4.1827 - 8.4.1827

 

Brazil

 
Unknown Division
Ship NameCommanderNotes
 

Argentina

 
Unknown Division
Ship NameCommanderNotes
 
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Balcarce (14) 1827-1827
Argentine 14 Gun
Unrated Brig
 
Union (10) 1827-1827
Argentine 10 Gun
Unrated Schooner
 
Maldonado (8) 1827-1827
Argentine 8 Gun
Unrated Schooner
 
Guanaco (8) 1827-1827
Argentine 8 Gun
Unrated Schooner
 
Sarandi (7) 1827-1832
Argentine 7 Gun
Unrated Schooner
 
Uruguay (7) 1827-1827
Argentine 7 Gun
Unrated Smack
 
Pepa (2) 1827-1827
Argentine 2 Gun
Unrated Schooner
 
 

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Posted by TopNard on Thursday 3rd of November 2016 19:24

Brazil:

Oriental 11 (flag) - Captured
Januaria 14 - Captured
Bertioga 8 - Captured
4 2-gun schooners - Captured
4 2-gun gunboats - Captured
? - Captured
3 vessels - Burnt
2 others


Posted by TopNard on Thursday 3rd of November 2016 19:24

Argentina:
15 vessels, 73 guns, approximately 750 men

Sarandi 7 (Coe)
Balcarce 23 (Seguí)
Maldonado 8 (Drummond)
Pepa 2 (Silva)
Guanaco 8 (Granville)
Union 10 (Malcolm)
Uruguay 7 (Mason)
8 1-gun launches

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