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NameSt VincentExplanation
Type1st rate   
Launched11 March 1815
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure 
Displacement4672 tons
Guns120
Fate1906
Class 
Ships book
Note1841 h.s.
1862 t.s.
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
1 May 1830Commanded by Captain Hyde Parker, flagship of Thomas Foley, Portsmouth
1831
- 1834
Commanded by Captain Humphry Fleming Senhouse as flag-captain to Sir Henry Hotham
(January 1840)Out of commission at Portsmouth
1 October 1841
- 1842
Commanded by Captain Henry John Codrington, flagship of Admiral Edward Codrington (his father), Portsmouth
31 December 1842
- September 1845
Commanded by Captain Richard Freeman Rowley, flagship of Admiral Charles Rowley (his father), Portsmouth (and 1844 experimental squadron)
23 October 1844Commanded by Captain Earl of Hardwicke (and 1844 experimental squadron and 1845 experimental squadron)
7 November 1845
- 1846
Commanded by Captain Richard Grant, flagship of Charles Ogle, Portsmouth
14 May 1846
- 7 October 1846
Commanded by Acting Captain John Shepherd, flagship of Commodore Francis Augustus Collier, Channel squadron
17 October 1846
- 8 December 1847
Commanded by Captain Alexander Milne, flagship of Admiral Charles Ogle, Portsmouth
16 November 1847Commanded by Captain Sidney Colpoys Dacres, flagship of Rear-Admiral Charles Napier, Western squadron
28 April 1854Commanded by Captain George Augustus Eliott, flagship of Rear-Admiral William Fanshawe Martin, guard ship of Ordinary, Portsmouth
3 June 1854
- September 1854
Commanded by Captain George Mansel, transporting French troops to the Baltic during the Russian war (until Mansel died)
30 July 1857
- 2 March 1858
Commanded (until paying off at Portsmouth) by Captain Harry Eyres, depot ship of the ordinary, Portsmouth.
30 June 1858Commanded (from commissioning at Portsmouth) by Captain Harry Eyres, depot ship of the ordinary, Portsmouth.
1 April 1859Commanded by Captain Thomas Wilson, reserve depot ship, Portsmouth
26 April 1866
- 25 April 1869
Commanded by Commander Richard Carter, training ship, Portsmouth
17 August 1878Commanded by Commander John Hext, training ship for boys, Portsmouth
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