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|Keel Laid Down||9.5.1760||BWAS-1714|
|How acquired||Purpose built||BWAS-1714|
|Shipyard||Deptford Dockyard - Deptford||BWAS-1714|
|Designed by||Sir Thomas Slade (1703-1771)||BWAS-1714|
|Sailing Rig||Ship Rigged||BWAS-1714|
Sailed for the MediterraneanBWAS-1714
Captain Baker was absent sick from Nov 1764 until his death, Lieut. Duane of the Princess Louisa acting as captain.
Henry Cort has applied for an order for the payment of the late Captain Baker's wages for the Lowestoffe to the time of his death, as his absence from his duty between the 2nd November 1764 to the 31st March 1765, when Lieutenant Abraham Duane is borne on her books, was caused by sickness. How he is borne on the books. As Captain Baker is mustered with leave from Admiral Tyrrell the whole time but 1 month, at sick quarters and the acting Captain has been paid as Lieutenant of his proper ship, the Princess Louisa, opine Captain Baker should be paid for the whole time