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MULGRAVE (74) Built in 1812, Upnor.
Hulk in 1836.

  • 1812 Capt. Thomas John MALING, fitting out at Chatham for the Mediterranean.
    A court martial was held on board HIBERNIA off Toulon on 29 June to try Mr Charles HARRIS, a supernumerary midshipman on board MULGRAVE. He was accused of stealing a 2 pound note from Mr Thomas SADLER, midshipman, during the passage from England and, being found guilty, was sentenced to be dismissed the service.
  • MULGRAVE, with SCIPION, PEMBROKE and ARMADA formed the inshore squadron off Toulon and at the end of October/beginning of November 1814 they, and the rest of the fleet were blown off station by a succession of gales. The inshore squadron finished up off Cape Sicie on 4 November and the rest of the fleet returned the following day to find the French exercising close inshore. The four ships of the advanced squadron sailed to attack them but a change of wind enabled the French to regain their harbour.
  • 1815 Hamoaze.
  • 1836 Lazaretto at Milford.

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