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NameImplacableExplanation
Type3rd rate   
Acquired1805
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure1882 tons
Displacement 
Guns74
Fate1949
Class 
Ships book
Note1805.11.03 captured Duguay-Trouin (French).
1855 t.s.
1912 te be preserved.
1949.12.02 scuttled off the Owers
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
1 February 1839
- 28 January 1842
Commanded by Captain Edward Harvey, Mediterranean (including operations on the coast of Syria in 1840)
(January 1843)Out of commission at Plymouth
9 June 1855Commanded by Captain Arthur Lowe, training ship, Devonport
7 April 1860
- 30 January 1861
Commanded by Commander John William Dorville, training ship for boys, Devonport
30 January 1861
- 2 August 1864
Commanded by Commander Samuel Brooking Dolling, training ship for boys, Devonport
2 August 1864
- 20 April 1866
Commanded by Commander Edward Hood Lingard Ray, training ship for boys, Devonport
20 April 1866
- 20 April 1867
Commanded by Commander Edward Thomas Nott, training ship for boys, Devonport (untill Nott invalided)
20 April 1867Commanded by Commander Pownoll William Pellew, training ship for boys, Devonport
1 November 1869Commanded by Commander William Henry Cuming, training ship for boys, Devonport
11 April 1870Commanded by Commander Andrew James Kennedy, training ship for boys, Devonport
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