Rising States

14977
Nominal Guns8W027
NationalityUnited States of America
OperatorPrivate Owners
PreviouslyBritish hired transport 'Annabella' (1776) (8)
Captured1777W027
First Commissioned18.10.1776W027
ShipyardUnknownW027
CategoryPrivateerW027
Ship TypeBrig W027
Sailing RigBrigW027
Captured15.4.1777W027

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentW027
Burthen200Tons BM 

1 Commanding Officer


DatesRankNameSource
26.1.1777 - 15.4.1777Captain (Privateer)James Thompsonref:1170

Service History


DateEventSource
15.4.1777Taken by Terrible (74)

 

Previous comments on this page

Posted by J Feld on Friday 7th of June 2019 10:00

Timothy Connor served aboard Rising States. His journal describes his service aboard her and his captivity afterwards and has been since reprinted in the New England Historical Register.


Posted by Brian Stephens on Sunday 4th of May 2014 16:48

The Gentleman's magazine. v.47 1777.
The Boatswain of the American privateer, Rising State taken by his Majesty's ship Terrible, was flogged from ship to ship at Spithead, for deserting from the Worcester man of war.


Posted by Brian Stephens on Sunday 4th of May 2014 16:22

The Gentleman's magazine. v.47 1777.
Arrived at Portsmouth the Rising State, an American privateer, of 16 guns, taken and sent in by his Majesty's ship Terrible, Sir Richard Bickerton, she is a brigantine from Boston, carried 150 men, and has taken 3 prizes, two Streigh's ships, and a West-Indianman.

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