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ANDROMACHE (32) Built in 1781, Deptford.
Broken up in 1811.

  • 1782 Capt. George Anson BYRON, West Indies. She was stationed off Diamond Rock and kept close watch on the French fleet under de Grasse.
    RODNEY warned by Capt. BYRON was able to bring the French to action on 9 and 12 April. ANDROMACHE transferred 50 barrels of powder on board MONARCH during the action of the 12th. ANDROMACHE returned to England with RODNEY's dispatches.
  • 1794 Proceeding from the West Indies to Halifax, on her way to England, she was completely dismasted in a hurricane.
  • 1799 Capt. Robert LAURIE. North American and Jamaica stations until the summer of 1804 when he removed to CLEOPATRA.
    In 1801 the boats of ANDROMACHE and CLEOPATRA carried out an attack against a convoy of 30 vessels protected by 3 gun vessels in the Bay of Levita, Cuba. The enemy had notice of their coming and the boats were nearly destroyed by grape and langridge as they pushed in. They boarded several of the enemy but were only able to bring out one gunboat. ANDROMACHE had two midshipmen and four seamen killed and ten badly wounded.
  • 1807 Out of commission in the Hamoaze.

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