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Agamemnon, 64

Ship of the Line - 3rd Rate
(1781-1809)

Built: Bucklers Hard
Retired: River Plate
Reason Retired: wrecked

Notes:

Captain Benjamin Caldwell
• Sailed for the West Indies (6 Feb 1782).
• Battle of the Saintes (12 April 1782).

Captain Horatio Nelson (Jan 1793–Jun 1796)
• Part of the fleet under the command of Vice-Admiral Lord Hood off Toulon.
• Suffered damage during an encounter with a French squadron under the command of Perrιe (22 Oct 1793).
• Battle of the Gulf of Genoa (13–14 Mar 1795).
• Battle of Hyθres (13 Jul 1795).

Captain John Samuel Smith

Captain Robert Devereux Fancourt (17 Dec 1796–1802)
• Arrived at Plymouth from Falmouth accompanied by Childers. (30 Mar 1800).
• Sailed from Plymouth to join the Channel Fleet (28 Jun 1800).
• Battle of Copenhagen (2 Apr 1801). [Richard West, Master; Midshipmen: John Reeve]
• Paid off at Chatham (29 Apr 1802).

Captain John Harvey (6 Aug 1804– )
• Sailed from Portsmouth (2 Nov 1804).
• Sir Robert Calder's Action (22 Jul 1805). [Midshipmen: William James Scudamore]

Captain Sir Edward Berry
• Battle of Trafalgar (21 Oct 1805). [Thomas Webb, Master; Midshipmen: James St. Quintin]
• Battle of San Domingo (6 Feb 1806). [Midshipmen: James St. Quintin]

Captain Joseph Spear

Captain Jonas Rose ( –16 Jun 1809)

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