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Achille
74 guns
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Agamemnon
64 guns
American Wars
Nelson's first ship of the line, he takes command 30 January 1793
Toulon blockade
Seiges of Bastia, Calvi 1794
engaged the Melpomène at Sardinia
Captain Sir Edward Berry
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Aigle
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Ajax
 
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Alexander
74 guns
Captain Alexander John Ball
Battle of the Nile 1798
Algésiras
Admiral Magon
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
HMS Amazon
April 1761 at Yarmouth
HMS Andromeda
32 guns
1788 Captain Prince William Henry (son of George III)
HMS Apollo
 
Aquilon
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Arethusa
Frigate
attacked by Belle Poule - marked beginning of hostilities
Artémise
40 gun frigate
Sunk at the Battle of the Nile
Audacious
Captain Davidge Gould
Battle of the Nile 1798
Badger
brig
Commanded by Nelson in the West Indies
HMS Barfleur
First Rate
100 guns
name changes became Barfleur in 1819
broken up in 1825
Belle Poule
Frigate
attacked Arethusa - marked beginning of hostilities
Bretagne
110 guns
24 July 1778 Admiral Comte d'Orvilliers outruns the British at the battle of Ushant
Bellerophon
Captain Henry d'Esterre Darby
Battle of the Nile 1798
Captain John Cooke
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
HMS Blonde
1825 Captain George Anson
Bombay
HMS Britannia
First Rate
100 guns
ordered 25th April 1751 and built at Portsmouth dockyard
launched 19th October 1762
Renamed HMS Princess Royal in 1810
1812 renamed HMS St George
1819 again changed to HMS Barfleur
broken up in 1825
Briton
Frigate
Captain Thoman Staines
Brunswick
74 guns
Bucentaure
flagship of Admiral Villeneuve
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Buford
 
HMS Bulwark
74 guns
flagship of Rear-Admiral Philip Charles Durham
1813 Blockade off Rochefort
Ça Ira
84 gun
struck another French ship and was taken by the British in 1795.
HMS Caesar
flagship of Admiral Richard Strachan
H.M.S. Caledonia
 
Captain
74 guns
Commodore Nelson's flagship 1796
Captain Ralph Miller
Battle of St. Vincent 1797
H.M.S. CAROLINE
 
Chamberlyne
Captain Peregrine Clifford
 
Conquérant
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Culloden
Captain Thomas Troubridge
Battle of St. Vincent 1797
Santa Cruz 1797
Battle of the Nile 1798

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Defence
1793 Captain James Gambier
Captain John Peyton
Battle of the Nile 1798
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Detrel
Sloop
1796 off Greece
Diane
Battle of the Nile 1798
Dolphin
Drake
20 gun sloop
Captured by American John Paul Jones
HMS Dreadnought
98 guns
1809 in port at ?
Edgar
72 guns
Eltham
1750 at Portsmouth
Endymion
frigate
2 November 1808 escorted convoy of ships carrying cavalry regiments to Penninsula from Stokes Bay to Lisbon
Hon. Captain Capel
Euryalus
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Excellent
Captain Cuthbert Collingwood
Battle of St. Vincent 1797
H.M.S. FLORA
 
Foudroyant
80 guns
Nelson's flagship in 1799
1801 sailed from Palermo in spring
sailed to Syracuse & Malta w\Lord & Lady Hamilton on board
Franklin
80 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Fougueux
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Formidable
flagship of Rear Admiral Dumanoir Le Pelley
Battle of Trafalgar
Généreux
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Gladiator
March 1799 at Portsmouth
Goliath
Captain Thomas Foley
Battle of the Nile 1798
Guarland
1755 Captain Marriot Arbuthnot
Guerrier
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Guillaume Tell
80 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Hazard
sloop
1807 Captain Charles Dilkes
Hermione
32 guns
Captain Hugh Pigot
Mutiny 21 September 1797
Heureux
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Hinchingbrooke
frigate
Horatio
Captain William Henry Dillon
May 1815 Struck rock off Guernsey
Inconstante
40 guns
nearly destroyed by fire during Dejuner
Intrépide
74 gun
nearly destroyed by fire during Dejuner
Captain Louis Antoine Cyprian Infernet
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Iris
frigate
Junon
frigate
Battle of the Nile
Justice
Battle of the Nile 1798

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Kent
74 guns
Captain Hope
Leander
50 guns
Captain Thomas Boulden Thompson
Santa Cruz 1797
Licorne
Frigate
Majestic
Captain George Blagden Westcott
Battle of the Nile 1798
Mars
Captain George Duff
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Melpomène
engaged by the Agamemnon at Sardinia
Mercure
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Minerve
frigate
H.M.S. Minerva
Minotaur
Captain Thomas Louis 1794
Battle of Nile 1798
Captain Charles Mansfield
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Mutine
brig
Captured near Santa Cruz 1797
Captain Thomas Masterman Hardy
Battle of the Nile 1798
Neptune
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Orient
124 guns
Napoleon's flag ship during the 1798 Egyptian Campaign
Vice Admiral Brueys
Sunk at the Battle of the Nile
Orion
74 guns
Captain James Saumerez
Battle of St. Vincent 1797
Battle of the Nile 1798
Oxford
 

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Pearl
 
Peuple Souverain
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
HMS Pickle
 
Prince George
90 gun first-rater
Captain Jonathan Faulknor until 15 May 1778
15 May 1778 Captain Sir John Lindsay takes posession
HMS Princess Royal
First Rate
100 guns
name changes HMS Princess Royal in 1810
Pluton
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Principe de Asturias
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Prosperpine
28 guns
1799 Captain James Wallis
HMS Queen Charlotte
110 guns
17 March 1800 fire on board; 700 die
paid off 21 August 1815
Raisonable
captured by the British 1762
1770 recomissioned - Captain Maurice Suckling
Nelson's first post as a Midshipman
1770 decommissioned
HMS Rattlesnake
128 guns
Redoudtable
Captain Lucas
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
HMS Resistance
1799 destroyed by lightening in the East Indies
Resolution
1757 Captain Barber
HMS Revenge
Royal Charlotte
George III's yacht
Royal George
1782 flagship of Admiral Richard Kerpenfelt
sinks
Royal Sovereign
100 guns
flagship of Vice-Admiral Collingwood at
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Royal William
84 guns
St. George
Flagship of Nelson 1808
St. George
First Rate
100 guns
1812 name changed to HMS St. George
Salvador del Mundo
1807 at Plymouth
Sandwich
90 guns
1759 at Chatham
Seahorse
frigate
Captain Edward Foote
Serapis
50 guns
Captain Richard Pearson
1779 captured by John Paul Jones
Sérieuse
frigate
Battle of the Nile 1798
shipwrecked shortly after the battle
Soverign
built 1814
Captain John Wells sailed to Malta
Spartiate
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Superb
1803 Captain Richard G. Keats
flagship of Admiral Edward Boscaren
Swallow
Sloop
1747 Captain John Rowsier
1812 off Minorca
Swiftsure
Captain Benjamin Hallowell 1798
Battle of the Nile 1798

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Tartar
 
Temeraire
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Theseus
74 guns
Captain Ralph Miller 1797
Rear-Admiral Nelson's flagship at Santa Cruz
Battle of the Nile 1798
Timoléon
74 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Tonnant
80 guns
1798 Egyptian Campaign
Captain Charles Tyler
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Torbay
74 guns
Captain Augustus Keppel won the battle at Quiberon Bay
HMS Tremendous
 
Tromp
54 guns
July 1800 Martinique (sailed w\13 seamens wives aboard)
5 September 1812 returned to Portsmouth
Triumph
74 guns
1778 Guarding Nore at the mouth of the Thames
HMS Unite
 
Vanguard
74 guns
Captain Edward Berry
Admiral Nelson's flagship 1798
HMS Victory
100 gun first rater
12 March 1778 commisioned
Captain Sir John Lindsay
27 April inspected by George III at Chatam
15 May Admiral Keppel and Captain Jonathan Faulknor take posession
1796 flagship of Admiral John Jervis - Captain Robert Calder
Battle of St. Vincent 1797
Admiral Nelson's flagship 1803
Captain Thomas Masterman Hardy
Battle of Trafalgar 1805
Ville de Paris
104 guns
1808
Captain Carmen
HMS Wolverine
14 guns
engaged French at Ostend - General Coote
at Dinkirk
1799 engaged 2 French Luggers Captain Lewis Mortlock died during battle
Zealous
74 guns
Captain Samuel Hood 1796
Santa Cruz 1797
Battle of Nile 1798


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