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Sir Samuel Hood and the Battle of the Chesapeake$

Colin Pengelly

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780813033136

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813033136.001.0001

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(p.227) Appendix 1 The British Fleet on 5 September 1781

(p.227) Appendix 1 The British Fleet on 5 September 1781

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Sir Samuel Hood and the Battle of the Chesapeake
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The British Fleet Commanded by Thomas Graves at the Battle of the Chesapeake, 5 September 1781

Alfred

74 guns

William Bayne

Belliqueux

64 guns

James Brine

Invincible

74 guns

Charles Saxton

Barfleur

98 guns

Rear Admiral Sir Samuel Hood (flag), Alexander Hood

Monarch

74 guns

Francis Reynolds

Centaur

74 guns

John Inglefield

America

64 guns

Samuel Thompson

Resolution

74 guns

Lord Robert Manners

Bedford

74 guns

Thomas Graves

London

98 guns

Rear Admiral Thomas Graves (flag), David Graves

Royal Oak

74 guns

John Ardesoif

Montagu

74 guns

George Bowen

Europe

64 guns

Smith Child

Terrible

74 guns

Hon. William Finch

Ajax

74 guns

William Charrington

Princessa

70 guns

Rear Admiral Sir Francis Drake (flag), Charles Knatchbull

Alcide

74 guns

Charles Thompson

Intrepid

64 guns

Anthony Molloy

Shrewsbury

74 guns

Mark Robinson

Adamant

50 guns

Gideon Johnstone

Santa Margarita

36 guns

Elliott Salter

Richmond

32 guns

Charles Hudson

Solebay

28 guns

Charles Everitt

Nymphe

36 guns

Hon. Charles Fitzgerald

Fortunée

40 guns

Hugh Christian

Salamander

fireship

Edward Bowater