Naval history by William James - 1805 - Appendix 14


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Naval history of Great Britain - Vol. IV
William James
1805 Appendix 14 368

No. 14. See p. 184.

A list of ships of the line and frigates, late belonging to the Spanish navy captured, destroyed, wrecked, foundered, or accidentally burnt, during the year 1805.

Gun   Name. How, when, and where lost.
80 (K) San-Rafael Captured, July 22, by Sir Robert Calder, off Cape Finisterre.
74 (N) Firme
130   Santisima-Trinidad Captured, October 21, at the Battle of Trafalgar. Santa-Ana and Neptuno recaptured; Rayo (captured 24th) wrecked; and Santisima-Trinidad, Monarca, and San-Augustin, destroyed by the British.
112   Santa-Ana, rec.
100   Rayo
80   Argonauta
80   Neptuno, rec.
80   Bahama
80   Monarca
74   San-Augustin
74 (N) San-Ildefonso
74   San-Juan Nepomuceno

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