Deane -> 1782 Hague

Nominal Guns32DANFS
NationalityUnited States of America
OperatorContinental Navy
How acquiredPurpose builtDANFS
ShipyardNantes - Brittany DANFS
CategoryFifth RateDANFS
Ship TypeFrigate DANFS
Sailing RigShip RiggedDANFS


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalent
Length of Gundeck96' 0"Imperial Feet29.2608 
Breadth32' 0"Imperial Feet9.7536 
Burthen550Tons BM 


5.1778Broadside Weight = 164 Imperial Pound ( 74.374 kg)DANFS
Upper Gun Deck24 American 12-Pounder
Quarterdeck8 American 4-Pounder
Forecastle2 American 4-Pounder

2 Commanding Officers

1778 - 1782CaptainSamuel Nicholson (d.1811)DANFS11.9.1782 - 1782CaptainJohn Manley (1730-1793)DANFS

Service History

5.1778Brought to the USA to be preparedB037
14.1.1779Left Boston in company with Alliance (36) for a cruise in the Wset Indies
20.1.1779Took the privateer ship Viper (16) with a crew of 75B037
20.1.1779Took the Ship Viper (16)
17.4.1779Arrived in PhiladelphiaB037
29.7.1779Convoy escort in company with Boston (24) and two ships of the Virginia navy
25.8.1779Five week cruise with Boston (24) which netted eight prizes, including the packet Sandwich (16) and the sloop Thorn (16) (16)
25.8.1779Took the Sloop Thorn (16)
6.9.1779Arrived in Boston
10.1779Cruises in the West indies with Confederacy (36) and Saratoga
1782Renamed HagueDANFS
11.4.1782Took the Cutter Jackal (8)
1783Cruise in the Caribbean
1.1783Ran aground near Gaudaloupe after being chased by a British ship (50)
8.1783Sold into private hands


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