La Clarisse

Nominal Guns12ref:692
NationalityRépublique Française
OperatorPrivate Owners
Home PortNantes - Brittany ref:692
Ship TypeUnknownref:692

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
1803157 ref:692

Service History


Depart from

Île de France
21.12.1803Taken by Albion (74) BG
21.12.1803Taken by Sceptre (74) BG

Notes on Ship


Nantes than Isle of France


Admiralty-.Office, June 26, 1804.

Extract of a Letter from Vice-Admiral Rainier, Commander in Chief of His Majety's Ships and Vessels in th East Indies, to the Secretary of the Admiralty, date on board the Trident, in Bombay Harbour, 24th January 1804.

The Albion and Sceptre captured the Clarisse  French Privateer, of Twelve Guns and 157 Men, on the 21st of Decembers in Lat. 1 Deg. 18 Min. South, and Long 95 Deg. 20 Min. East.  The Clarisse sailed from the Isle of France the 24th November, victualled for 6 months, to cruize in the Bay of Bengal . She had not made any capture.


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