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NameBritanniaExplanation
Type1st rate   
Launched20 October 1820
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure2616 tons
Displacement 
Guns120
Fate1869
Class 
Ships book
Note1859 t.s.
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
4 October 1823Commanded by Captain Henry William Bruce, flagship of Alexander Inglis Cochrane, Plymouth
28 April 1830
- October 1831
Commanded by Captain William James Hope Johnstone, flagship of Vice-Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm, Mediterranean
23 November 1839
- 1 October 1840
Commanded by Captain John William Montagu, flagship of Admiral Edward Codrington, Portsmouth
7 April 1841
- September 1841
Commanded by Captain Michael Seymour, flagship of Vice-Admiral John Acworth Ommanney, Mediterranean
September 1841Commanded by Captain George Mansel, Mediterranean
(January 1843)Out of commission at Portsmouth
30 August 1850Commanded by Captain Richard Augustus Yates, guard ship of Ordinary, Portsmouth
2 December 1851Commanded by Captain George Goldsmith, flagship of Rear-Admiral James Whitley Deans Dundas, Mediterranean
9 August 1852Commanded by Captain Thomas Wren Carter, flagship of Vice-Admiral James Whitley Deans Dundas, Mediterranean (and Black Sea during the Russian War)
1 January 1859
- 1 October 1863
Commanded by Captain Robert Harris, cadet training ship, Portsmouth, then (February 1862) Portland
1 October 1862Commanded by Captain Richard Ashmore Powell, cadet training ship, Portland
20 April 1866Commanded by Captain George Granville Randolph, cadet training ship, Dartmouth
1867Commanded by Captain John Corbett, cadet training ship, Dartmouth
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