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Story of the Bellerophon : She fought at the battle of The Glorious First of June in 1794, under the command of Captain William Johnstone Hope, where she lost 4 killed and 27 wounded. In 1798 she fought at the Battle of the Nile under Captain Henry D’Esterre Darby, who was wounded early in the action; she lost 49 killed and 148 wounded. She also fought at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805,

Story of the Bellerophon : She fought at the battle of The Glorious First of June in 1794, under the command of Captain William Johnstone Hope, where she lost 4 killed and 27 wounded. In 1798 she fought at the Battle of the Nile under Captain Henry D’Esterre Darby, who was wounded early in the action; she lost 49 killed and 148 wounded. She also fought at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805,

A Naval Snow - National Maritime Museum. The vessel is shown in two positions, port-broadside and port-quarter in the distance. She is called a snow rather than a brig, because her gaff-sail is laced to a little jigger-mast which is stepped aft of the mainmast. With her jack and commissioning pendant she is clearly naval, presumably a transport or supply vessel bought or hired by the Navy, but not a fighting ship. The background appears to be Tilbury Fort, opposite Gravesend in the Thames.

A Naval Snow - National Maritime Museum. The vessel is shown in two positions, port-broadside and port-quarter in the distance. She is called a snow rather than a brig, because her gaff-sail is laced to a little jigger-mast which is stepped aft of the mainmast. With her jack and commissioning pendant she is clearly naval, presumably a transport or supply vessel bought or hired by the Navy, but not a fighting ship. The background appears to be Tilbury Fort, opposite Gravesend in the Thames.

Ceci est l'épave et le sauvetage tragique de Jean Goudy - un chalutier français en 1962. De nombreux contes différents et des faits contradictoires, mais voici un lien que je pense est probablement assez précis. 11 sur 18 ont été tués, le refus en raison d'un policier d'aide par deux hommes qui ont proposé la solution que nous voyons ici ... par lequel les 2 derniers hommes ont finalement été secourus. 8 plus auraient pu être sauvées

Ceci est l'épave et le sauvetage tragique de Jean Goudy - un chalutier français en 1962. De nombreux contes différents et des faits contradictoires, mais voici un lien que je pense est probablement assez précis. 11 sur 18 ont été tués, le refus en raison d'un policier d'aide par deux hommes qui ont proposé la solution que nous voyons ici ... par lequel les 2 derniers hommes ont finalement été secourus. 8 plus auraient pu être sauvées

The Raid on the Medway occurred in 1667, during the Second Anglo-Dutch War. Penetrating the Thames estuary, Dutch ships attacked up the River Medway as far as Chatham, capturing or destroying several English ships. One of the worst naval defeats ever inflicted on the British, the raid led to a quick peace in favor of the Dutch.

Disaster on the Water: Raid on the Medway

The Raid on the Medway occurred in 1667, during the Second Anglo-Dutch War. Penetrating the Thames estuary, Dutch ships attacked up the River Medway as far as Chatham, capturing or destroying several English ships. One of the worst naval defeats ever inflicted on the British, the raid led to a quick peace in favor of the Dutch.

LE GALION NEPTUNE

LE GALION NEPTUNE

Charles Brooking: An English squadron going to windward

Charles Brooking: An English squadron going to windward

"HMS Agamemnon" - Nelson's first flagship leads the squadron, Mediterranean, 1796. Nelson flies his flag as a Commodore, commanding his first squadron. He had commanded the 64-gun battleship 'Agamemnon', the ship he referred to as his favourite, since 1793. Nelson was given a Commodore's pennant in March 1796, just before he transferred to the 74-gun 'Captain' in June that year. 'Agamemnon' is shown leading 'Meleager' 32, 'Blanche' 32, 'Diadem' 64 and the now-famous 16-gun brig-sloop…

"HMS Agamemnon" - Nelson's first flagship leads the squadron, Mediterranean, 1796. Nelson flies his flag as a Commodore, commanding his first squadron. He had commanded the 64-gun battleship 'Agamemnon', the ship he referred to as his favourite, since 1793. Nelson was given a Commodore's pennant in March 1796, just before he transferred to the 74-gun 'Captain' in June that year. 'Agamemnon' is shown leading 'Meleager' 32, 'Blanche' 32, 'Diadem' 64 and the now-famous 16-gun brig-sloop…

Announcing the latest commissioned painting by Geoff Hunt: USS Constitution in action with HMS Guerriere, 19th August 1812 - for an American client...

Announcing the latest commissioned painting by Geoff Hunt: USS Constitution in action with HMS Guerriere, 19th August 1812 - for an American client...

'Combat de la corvette française la "Bayonnaise" contre la frégate anglaise "l’Ambuscade", 14 décembre 1798', by Louis-Philippe Crépin.

La prise de l’Ambuscade par la Bayonnaise (1798)

'Combat de la corvette française la "Bayonnaise" contre la frégate anglaise "l’Ambuscade", 14 décembre 1798', by Louis-Philippe Crépin.

Antique Print - Prison Ship at Deptford - Cooke

Antique Print - Prison Ship at Deptford - Cooke

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