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Melampus, 36

Frigate
(1785-?)

Built:
Retired:
Reason Retired: TBE

Notes:

Captain Charles Morice Pole

Captain Coffin
Arrived at Plymouth with a convoy (9 Nov 1793).

Captain Thomas Wells

Captain Sir Richard John Strachan
Arrived at Dover (25 Apr 1796).

Captain Graham Moore (Aug 1796 )
Arrived at Deal from a cruise (19 Jun 1797).
Captured the French corvette Volage, 22 (23 Jan 1798).
Sailed from Plymouth for Ireland (24 Feb 1799).
Sailed from Portsmouth for Cork (22 Feb 1800).

Captain Gosselin
Sailed from Portsmouth (6 Jun 1802).

Captain Stephen Poyntz (7 Aug 1804 )

Captain Edward Hawker

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