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EUROPA (64) 3rd rate Built in 1765, Lepe.
Broken up in 1814.

  • 1778 renamed EUROPE.
  • 1779 Rear Adm. (Blue) Marriott ARBUTHNOT, Portsmouth. In the spring he was appointed C-in-C on the North American station. He sailed on 1st. May, and the following day he learnt from a vessel they spoke in the Channel, that that five French warships with bomb ketches and other small vessels were attacking the island of Jersey and had landed a body of men, he changed course to assist. By the time he arrived the French had been repelled, so he proceeded to New York. EUROPE was one of the ships of the line which accompanied the admiral when he escorted Sir H. Clinton and his troops against South Carolina on 20 December, the admiral having shifted his flag to ROEBUCK because of her lighter draught.
  • 1782 Capt. J. T. DUCKWORTH, Spithead for the East Indies.

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