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Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 74
Launched : 19 Sep 1807 ; Disposal date or year : 1864
BM: 1751 tons
23-26 Oct 1809 a part of the Mediterranean fleet off the coast of Catalonia, was sent in chase of a small French squadron from Toulon which resulted in the destruction of the French ships Robuste and Lion.
24 June 1811 Reported to be off Toulon.
18 Jul 1811 off Toulon.
19 Jul 1811 Conqueror and Sultan involved in manoeuvres with ships of the French fleet off Toulon.
18 Aug 1812 With the Fleet off Toulon.
Plymouth 24 Jun 1813 arrived from Portsmouth.
Plymouth 28 Jun 1813 departed to join the Channel fleet.
Plymouth 28 Aug 1813 Is ready for sea, destined for the coast of Africa with a convoy.
Plymouth 28 Feb 1814 departed for the coast of France.
Cork 27 Jun 1814 arrived in Cove, their lower deck guns out, with troops from France.
Plymouth 1 Aug 1814 arrived from Bordeaux, with troops.
Portsmouth 3 Aug 1814 arrived from Plymouth, to await orders.
Plymouth 5 Sep 1814 departed with a convoy for Cork.
Cork 9 Sep 1814 arrived.
Cork 10 Sep 1814 arrived from Plymouth with a convoy.
Cork 26 Sep 1814 Remain with their convoys due to contrary winds.
Cork 3 Oct 1814 Is expected to sail with a convoy of transports, with the York Chasseurs, &c., for the West Indies.
Cove 20 Oct 1814 arrived with a convoy of transports from Bantry.
Cork 2 Nov 1814 departed with her convoy.
1817 In ordinary Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 1830 In Ordinary (reserve).
Portsmouth 28 Sep 1833 Is to be laid up in ordinary having undergone a refit.
Jan 1848 Portsmouth, in Ordinary.
20 Dec 1848 Portsmouth.
1860 Portsmouth, in Ordinary.
1860 Receiving Ship, then converted for use as a target.
1861-62 target ship, per Parliamentary estimates etc.