Type: 5th rate ; Armament 36
Launched : 1796 ; Disposal date or year : 1814
Displacement : 926 tons (BM)
Built of Fir
1 Jan 1799, Capt. G. Duff. Refitting at Plymouth.
25 Feb 1799, Plymouth, went into the Sound.
1 Mar 1799, Plymouth, sailed for Ireland.
17 Dec 1799 the meeting of the frigates Glenmore and Aimable, and the French frigate Sirène, and 18-gun corvette Bergère.
12 Jan 1800, Plymouth, arrived last night the Calcutta extra East Indiaman, Capt. Haggay, captured by La Syrene, 44 guns, Citoyen Reignaud, and La Lergere, 18 guns, bound to Old France, from Cayenne, having Victor Hugues on board, recaptured by the Glenmore, 44, whilst the Amiable, 32, Capt. Raper, pursued the Frenchmen, and brought them to action for 35 minutes, when they made off, though so much superior to L'Amiable ; the Glenmore, taking care of her recapture and her valuable convoy to leeward, could not get into action.
6 Feb 1800, Plymouth, arrived from Cork.
1800 fitted with the system of diagonal timbering by Sir Robert Seppings.
12 Feb 1800, Plymouth, came in, and went up the harbour, the Glenmore, 44, Capt. Duff, to refit.
19 Mar 1800, Plymouth, went into dock.
10 Jun 1800, Plymouth, sailed with the Doris.
May 1805 Plymouth, repairing in Ordinary
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