Nominal Guns74
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorRoyal Navy
PreviouslyFrench Third Rate ship of the line 'Le Glorieux' (1756) (74)
ShipyardRochefort - Aunis NNF-1715
Constructor François-Guillaume Clairain Des Lauriers (1722-1780)NNF-1715
CategoryThird Rate
Ship TypeShip of the Line
Sailing RigShip Rigged


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1714
Length of Gundeck175' 0"Imperial Feet53.34 
Length of Keel144' 3"Imperial Feet43.8929 
Breadth47' 4 ½"Imperial Feet14.3383 
Depth in Hold21' 3"Imperial Feet6.477 
Burthen1,718Tons BM 

2 Ship Commanders

13.4.1782 - 15.4.1782Captain Thomas Cadogan (d.1782)BWAS-171415.4.1782 - 7.6.1782Captain William Henry Douglas (1763-1809) Transfered ADM 6/23/29
Confirmed 4.3.1783
ADM 6/23

3 Commissioned Officers

1782 - 16.9.1782Lieutenant John Bonnar (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Lieutenant Zachariah Petite (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Lieutenant James Addison (c.1734-1782)SCHOMB

4 Warrant Officers

1782 - 16.9.1782Master William Mitchell (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Chaplain Owen Jones (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Surgeon James Legaffick (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Gunner Robert Muir (d.1782)SCHOMB

8 Petty Officers

1782 - 16.9.1782Master's Mate Andrew Clarke (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Master's Mate Robert Browne (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Midshipman John Black (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Midshipman T H Dennis (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Midshipman John Graham (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Midshipman John James Berry (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Midshipman John Tillotson (d.1782)SCHOMB1782 - 16.9.1782Midshipman Thomas Mag (d.1782)SCHOMB

Service History

16.9.1782Foundered with all hands off the Newfoundland banks in a hurricaneBWAS-1714


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