Manly

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Nominal Guns12BWAS-1793
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorRoyal Navy
PreviouslyDutch gun-brig 'Manly' (1805) (12)
Captured1.1.1809BWAS-1793
ShipyardDeptford - London
CategoryUnratedBWAS-1793
Ship TypeGun-brig BWAS-1793
Captured2.9.1811BWAS-1793
BecomesDanish gun-brig 'Manly' (1811) (12)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1793
Length of Gundeck80' 1"Imperial Feet24.4094 
Length of Keel66' 0 ½"Imperial Feet20.1295 
Breadth22' 6"Imperial Feet6.7818 
Depth in Hold9' 5 ½"Imperial Feet2.7559 
Burthen177 7994Tons BM 

3 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1809 - 1810LieutenantEdward Nathaniel Greensword (1774-1845)PMD6.1809 - 1811LieutenantThomas GreenwoodBWAS-17931811 - 2.9.1811LieutenantRichard William Simmonds (d.1831)BWAS-1793

Service History


DateEventSource
2.9.1811Taken by Alsen off South Norway
2.9.1811Taken by Samsoe (18) off South Norway
2.9.1811Taken by Lolland (18) off South Norway


Notes on Ship



From Naval Wars in the Baltic during the sailing-ship epoch 1522-1850 BY R C ANDERSON

"A very similar affair took place on September 2nd, when the English sloops Chanticleer 10 and Manly 12 were engaged by the Lolland 18, Alsen 18, and Samse 18 near Arendal. The Chanticleer first attacked the Sams0, but soon withdrew altogether, pursued by the Sams0 and Alsen. The Manly engaged the Lolland from 4 a.m. onwards, and after about two hours the two other Danish brigs also joined in this action. Against such odds the Manly could do nothing, and she soon struck her colours."


 

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