Armament7.1794Broadside Weight = 28 Imperial Pound ( 12.698 kg)
|BWAS-1714||Gun Deck14 British 4-Pounder|
Service HistoryDateEventSource29.8.1793Taken at the fall of Toulon to Admiral Samuel HoodTRN48.3.1795Sailed from Leghorn to San Fiorenzo, with orders for the Berwick to join Admiral William Hotham off Cape CorseTRN414.3.1795Action off Genoa19.3.1795Arrived in Valence Bay, between Spezzia and Leghorn. Helped to rescue men and material from the wrecked IllustriousTRN4
Notes on Ship
Note from David Heppre (via Rif Winfield and John Tredea)
I agree that she was commanded by Brisbane in the Med. 1794-1796 - Brisbane moved on to command the Tremendous by the end of 1796. Steel's List has a brief mention of Robert Redmill commanding her in 10.1796, but then just lists her, with no commander noted, from 11.96 until it disappears from his list in 8.1797. The National Archives has her Captain's Log until 9.1796 and pay books until 10.1796, which strongly suggest that she was taken out of service at this time and presumably sold locally, somewhere in the Med.