Surrender of Cattaro

5th January 1814
Part of : The Napoleonic Wars (1803 - 1815)
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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

Ship NameCommanderNotes
Bacchante (38) William Hoste
Saracen (16) John Harper

Notes on Action

On January 5th 1814, Cattaro, in the Adriatic, surrendered, after a ten days' cannonade, to the Bacchante, 38, Captain William Hoste, and Saracen, 18, Commander John Harper. The ships lost only one seaman killed and Lieutenant of Marines William Haig wounded

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