1827 - The Battle of Navarin

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1827 The Battle of Navarin 484

FRENCH

      Killed

Wounded

Gun-ship
60 Sirène Rear-admiral de Rigny

21

42

  Scipion Captain Milius

2

36

74 Trident Captain Maurice

7

  Breslaw Captain De la Bretonniere

1

14

Gun-frig.
  Armide Captain Hugon

14

14

Schooner
  Alcyone  

1

9

  Dauphinoise ...

1

8

     

40

130

    Officers not included in the above

3

3

     

43

133

RUSSIAN.

Gun-ship
74 Azof Rear-admiral Count de Heiden

24

67

Gargonte ............................................

14

37

Ezekiel ............................................

13

18

Alexander-Newsky ............................................

5

7

Gun-frig.
50 Constantine ............................................

...

1

48 Provernoy ............................................

3

4

Elena ............................................

...

5

Castor ............................................

...

...

     

59

139 *

ENGLISH.

Gun-ship
84 Asia Flag-ship, Captain Ed. Curzon

19

57

Commander Robt. Lambert Baynes
74 Genoa Captain Walter Bathurst

26

33

Commander Richard Dickenson
Albion Capt. John Acworth Ommanney

10

50

Commander J. Norman Campbell
  Gun-frig.      
42 Dartmouth Captain Thomas Fellowes, C.B

6

8

48 Cambrian Captain Gawen William Hamilton, C.B

1

I 1

50 Glasgow Captain Hon. James Asley Maude

...

2

28 Talbot Captain Hon. Frederick Spencer

6

17

Gun-brig
10 Mosquito Commander George Bohun Martin

2

4

18 Rose Commander Lewis Davies

3

15

10 Brisk Commander Hon. William Anson

1

3

10 Philomel Commander Hon. Viscount Ingestre

1

7

     

75

197

* Marshall

The officers killed were:

Captain Walter Bathurst, of the Genoa
Captain George Augustus Bell, Royal Marines
Mr. William Smith
Mr. Philip Dumaresk
Mr. John Lewis
Mr. Peter Mitchell
Captain C. J. Stephens
Mr. Edward R. Forster
Mr. Peter Brown
Mr. Charles Russell
Mr. A. J. Marshall
Mr A. J. T. Rowe
Lieutenant G. W. H. Fitzroy, of the Dartmouth
Mr. Brown Smythe
Mr. W. J. Goldfinch
Lieutenant Philip Sturgeon
Mr. Henry Campbell

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