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Granicus, 36

Frigate
(1813-1817)

Built: Limehouse
Retired:
Reason Retired: sold

Notes:

Captain William Furlong Wise (27 Oct 1815– )
Bombardment of Algiers (27 Aug 1816). 3 officers, 9 seamen, 1 marine, 1 marine artillery, and 2 boys killed. 5 officers, 31 seamen, 3 marines, 2 rocket troops, and 1 boy wounded. [Midshipmen: Lewis Dunbar Mitchell]

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