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|Fleet Commander||Sir John Norris (1670-1749)||TRN3|
He sailed from the mouth of the Thames on April 28th, and from Solebay on May 1st, with a squadron composed of ten sail of the line, a bomb ketch, and a fireship, with Rear-Admiral James Mighells as second in command, and with a number of merchantmen in convoy. Upon his arrival off Copenhagen, he was joined by a Danish squadron, with which he cruised to the northward; but as the Swedes, upon his approach, shut themselves up in their ports, no naval action resulted.
|Cumberland (80)||28.4.1718||10.1718||William Faulknor (d.1725)|
|Buckingham (70)||28.4.1718||10.1718||Robert Trevor (d.1741)|
|Hampton Court (70)||28.4.1718||10.1718||Robert Coleman|
|Prince Frederick (70)||28.4.1718||10.1718||Covill Mayne (c.1674-1746)|
|Salisbury (50)||28.4.1718||10.1718||John Cockburn (c.1666-c.1731)|
|Defiance (60)||28.4.1718||10.1718||Joseph Soanes (d.1737)|
|Winchester (50)||28.4.1718||10.1718||James Campbell (d.1718)|
|Guernsey (50)||28.4.1718||10.1718||Charles Hardy (c.1680-1744)|
|Windsor (60)||28.4.1718||10.1718||Francis Percy (d.1740/41)|