Siege of Toulon

29th August 1793 - 19th December 1793
Part of : The French Revolutionary Wars (1793 - 1802)
Previous action : Boston vs Embuscade 31.7.1793
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Anglo-Spanish occupation of Toulon at the invitation of the anti-Republican uprising.

In the lists below, 'Captured' indicates the vessel was carried away by the British in December 1793.

 

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French Ships of the Line in Toulon 1793/08/09

On 18th September L'Apollon(74), L'Entreprenant (74), L'Orion (74), Le Patriote (74) and La Pluvier (20) were allowed to sail as cartels carrying 5,000 pro-Republican seamen. They were judged the 'most unserviceable' of the ships.

Ship NameCommanderNotes
Le Commerce de Marseille (118)   Captured
Sans Culotte (118)  
Le Tonnant (84)  
Ça Ira (80)  
Le Languedoc (90)  
Le Triomphant (80)   Burnt
L'Alcide (74)  
L'Apollon (74)  
Le Censeur (74)  
Le Centaure (74)   Burnt
Le Commerce de Bordeaux (74)  
Le Conquérant (74)  
Le Destin (74)   Burnt
Le Duguay Trouin (74)   Burnt
L'Entreprenant (74)  
Le Généreux (74)  
Le Guerrier (74)  
Le Héros (74)   Burnt
L'Heureux (74)  
Liberté (74)   Burnt
Le Mercure (74)  
L'Orion (74)  
Le Patriote (74)  
Le Pompée (74)   Captured
Puissant (74)   Captured
Le Scipion (74)   Captured
Peuple Souverain (74)  
Le Suffisant (74)   Burnt
Le Thémistocle (74)   Burnt
Tricolore (74)   Burnt
 

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