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Naval History of Great Britain - Vol III
  Appendix  

No. 23.
See p. 214

A list of ships of the line and frigates, late belonging to the French navy captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1803.

Gun  

Ship

How, when., and where lost.

74

(M)

Duquesne

Captured, July 25, by the Bellerophon and Vanguard 74s, and others off St. Domingo.

Frigates

     

40

(Z)

Créole

Captured, July 1 by a British squadron under Captain Henry W. Bayntun, off St. Domingo.

Clorinde

Captured, November 30, by a, British squadron, under Captain John Loring, at the surrender of Cape Francais, St. Domingo.

Surveillante

Vertu

36

(D)

Franchise

Captured, May 28 by a British squadron in the Channel.

32

(H)

Embuscade

Captured May 28, by the I00-gun ship Victory, on passage to Gibraltar.

28

Baïonnaise

Destroyed, November 27, by her own crew, after having been chased on shore near Cape Finisterre by the Ardent 64.

No Dutch ship of war above an 18-gun corvette captured, &c. in 1803.

An abstract of French, ships of the line and frigates, captured, &c. during the year 1803

  Lost through the enemy Lost through accident Total lost to the French Navy Total added to the British Navy.
  Captured Destroyed Wrecked Foundered Burnt
Ships of the line 1   .... .... .... 1 1
Frigates 6 1 .... .... .... 7 6
Total 7 1 .... .... , 8 7

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