Battle of Malaga

Battle of Vélez-Málaga

13th August 1704
Part of : War of Spanish Succession (1701 - 1714)
Previous action : Capture of Gibraltar 21st July 1704 - 23rd July 1704
Next action : Action of 1704-11-23 23rd November 1704

 

Allied (Royaume de France & Spain)

 
Vanguard, Chevalier Phillippe Le Valois (Marquis de Villette-Mursay)
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
L'Eclatant (68) 68 
L'Éole (64) 62 
L'Oriflamme (62) 62 
Le Saint Philippe (90) 90 Squadron Flagship
L'Heureux (70) 70 
Rubis (56) 56 
L'Arrogant (58) 58 
Le Marquis (60) 60 
Constant (70) 70 
Le Fier (94) 94 Squadron Flagship
L'Intrépide (84) 84Chevalier Jean Baptiste Ducasse
L'Excellent (60) 60 Gaspard Goussé (Comte de la Roche-Allard)
Le Sage (56) 56Chevalier Antoine de la Haye du Coudray (Chevalier de Montbault)
L'Écueil (68) 68 
Le Magnifique (88) 88 Jean Erard (Seigneur de Belle-Isle)
Monarque (90) 90 
L'Ardent (64) 64Chevalier Philippe-César d'Aligre de Saint-Lié (2nd Baron de La Mothe)
La Perle (50) 50 
 
Centre Squadron, Sir Louis Alexandre de Bourbon (Duc de Penthièvre)
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
Le Furieux (58) 58 
Le Vermandois (60) 60 
Le Parfait (76) 72 Joseph-Charles Joubert de La Bastide (2nd Marquis de Châteaumorand)
Le Tonnant (90) 90 Squadron Flagship
L'Orgueilleux (90) 90Félix de Beaussier
Le Mercure (52) 52 
Sérieux (58) 58 Gilles des Nos de Champmeslin (Comte des Nos de Champmeslin)
Le Fleuron (56) 56 
Le Vainqueur (86) 86 
Le Foudroyant (104) 104Claude Élisée de Court de La BruyèreFleet Flagship
Le Terrible (100) 100 
Entreprenant (58) 58 
Le Fortuné (54) 54Pierre de Bagneux
Magnanime (80) 70 
L'Henri (64) 64 
Le Lys (64) 64 
Le Fendant (58) 58Chevalier de Ferville
 
Rearguard
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
Zélande (60) 60 
Le Saint Louis (64) 60 
La Couronne (80) 80 
Le Cheval Marin (42) 42 
Le Diamant (58) 58 
Le Gaillard (54) 54 
L'Invincible (70) 70 
Le Foudroyant (104) 104Claude Élisée de Court de La BruyèreSquadron Flagship
Le Sceptre (88) 88Chevalier Jacques d'Arcy d'Ailly
Le Trident (60) 56 
Le Content (64) 60 
Le Maure (50) 50 
Le Toulouse (62) 62Chevalier Abraham Duquesne-Monier
Le Triomphant (92) 92 Squadron Flagship
Le Saint Esprit (74) 74 
 
French Galleys (11 vessels)
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
 
Spanish Galleys (11 vessels)
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
 

Allied (Kingdom of England & Dutch Republic)

 
Van Squadron
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
Namur (96) 96Christopher MyngsFleet Flagship 18 killed, 44 Wounded
Barfleur (90) 90James Stewart6 killed, 24 wounded
Boyne (80) 80James Dursley14 killed, 52 wounded
Norfolk (80) 80John Knapp15 killed, 20 wounded
Newark (80) 80Richard Clarke15 killed, 32 wounded
Yarmouth (70) 70Jasper Hicks7 killed, 26 wounded
Orford (70) 70Sir John Norris6 killed, 9 wounded
Lennox (70) 70Sir William Jumper23 killed, 78 wounded
Assurance (70) 66Robert Hancock6 killed, 14 wounded
Warspite (64) 64Edmund Loades17 killed, 44 wounded
Swiftsure (64) 64Robert Wynn13 killed, 33 wounded
Nottingham (60) 60Samuel Whitaker7 killed, 19 wounded
Tilbury (54) 54George Delavall20 killed, 25 wounded
Princess Ann (30) 30Charles Gay Hired Hospital Ship
 
Center Squadron, Sir George Rooke
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
Ferme (70) 70Baron Wylde25 killed, 48 wounded
Royal Katherine (96) 96John Fletcher27 killed, 94 wounded
Saint George (96) 96John Jennings45 killed, 93 wounded
Prince George (96) 96Stephen Martin15 killed, 57 wounded
Torbay (80) 80William Caldwell21 killed, 50 wounded
Dorsetshire (80) 80Edward Whitaker12 killed, 20 wounded
Cambridge (80) 80Richard Lestock11 killed, 27 wounded
Shrewsbury (80) 80Josias Crow31 killed, 73 wounded
Ranelagh (80) 80John Cowe24 killed, 45 wounded CO Killed
Somerset (80) 80John Price31 killed, 62 wounded
Bedford (70) 70Sir Thomas Hardy12 Killed, 51 Wounded
Suffolk (70) 70Robert Kirktown13 killed, 38 wounded
Kent (70) 70James Moneypenny15 killed, 26 wounded
Grafton (70) 70John Herne31 killed, 66 wounded CO Killed
Berwick (70) 70Robert Fairfax
Burford (70) 70Kerrit Roffey
Essex (70) 70John Hubbard13 killed, 36 wounded
Royal Oak (70) 70Gerard Ellwes
Eagle (70) 70Archibald Hamilton7 killed, 57 wounded
Monck (64) 64James Mighells36 killed, 52 wounded
Monmouth (64) 64John Baker27 killed, 67 wounded
Kingston (60) 60Edward Acton14 killed, 46 wounded
Montagu (60) 60William Cleveland
Centurion (54) 54John Herne10 killed, 33 wounded
Panther (54) 54Peregrine Bertie10 killed, 16 wounded
Swallow (54) 54Richard Haddock1 killed, 3 wounded
Triton (42) 42Tudor Trevor
Jeffreys (20) 20Thomas Robinson Hired Hospital Ship
 
Rear (Dutch) Squadron, Gerrit Callenburgh
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
Wapen van Friesland (58) 58 
Utrecht (64) 64 
Graaf van Albemarle (64) 64 VisscherSquadron Flagship
Vlissingen (54) 54 
Damiaten (50) 50 
Leeuw (64) 64Johan Willem van Regteren
Banier (64) 64 
Nijmegen (74) 74Herman Lijnslager CO Killed
Katwijk op Zee (72) 72 
Unie (92) 92 
Gelderland (64) 64Philip Schriver
Dordrecht (74) 74 
 
Not in the line
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
Garland (42) 42Henry Greville
Lark (42) 42Charles Fotherby
Roebuck (42) 42Thomas Kempthorne
Charles Galley (36) 36Joseph Taylor
Tartar (32) 32John Cooper
Firebrand (28) 28Henry Turville Fireship
Hunter (28) 28Thomas Legge Fireship
Lightning (28) 28Archibald Hamilton Fireship
Phoenix (28) 28Edmund Hicks Fireship
Vulcan (28) 28John Clifton Fireship
Vulture (28) 8George Fisher Fireship
William and Mary (10) 10William Robinson Yacht
Griffin (8) 8George Ramsay Fireship
Terror (4) 4Isaac Cooke Bomb vessel
Hare Unknown  Bomb Vessel
 

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