Onyx vs Manly

1st January 1809
Part of : The Napoleonic Wars (1803 - 1815)
Previous action : Evacuation at Corunna 1.1809
Next action : Capture of the Topaze 21.1.1809 - 22.1.1809

 

Great Britain

 
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Onyx (10) Charles Gill3 wounded
 

Batavian Republic

 
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Manly (12)  5 killed, 6 wounded Captured
 

Notes on Action


DescriptionTRN5
On January 1st, 1809, the sloop Onyx, 10, Commander Charles Gill, cruising in the North Sea, encountered the Dutch Manly, 16, of superior force, brought her to close action, and, after two and a half hours' fighting in heavy weather, forced her to strike. The Onyx lost only 3 men wounded. The Manly had 5 killed and 6 wounded.

Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
TRN5The Royal Navy : a history from the earliest times to the present Vol VWilliam Laid ClowesDigital Book

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