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Edgar, 74

Ship of the Line - 3rd Rate
(1779-1835)

Built: Woolwich
Retired:
Reason Retired: broken up

Notes:

Captain Thomas Boston
(Commodore John Elliot)


Captain Adam Duncan

Captain Anthony James Pye Molloy

Captain Albemarle Bertie

Captain John M'Dougall
Sailed from Plymouth (8 Dec 1796).

Captain Edward Buller (1799 )
Arrived at Plymouth from Torbay to refit (24 Feb 1800).

Captain George Murray
Battle of Copenhagen (2 Apr 1801). [Second Lieutenant Joshua Johnson; Midshipmen: Charles Bowen, Edward Thomas Troubridge]

Captain Robert Waller Otway
Sailed from Portsmouth for the Channel Fleet (31 Aug 1801).
Arrived at Plymouth from Torbay to be paid wages (29 Jan 1802).

Captain Robert Jackson

Captain James Macnamara

Captain Stephen Poyntz (13 Feb 1810 )

Converted to prison ship in 1813.

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