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LIVELY (20) 6th rate Built in 1740, Rotherhithe.
Sold in 1750.

  • 1743 Capt. John GAGE, on the 24th. February he was appointed to be captain of LIVELY, in which he died in the West Indies on the following 2nd October.
  • 1743 Capt. Warwick CALMADY, was on 30th. September appointed to the LIVELY frigate, and soon after ordered to Jamaica. On his way there, in May 1744, he fell in with three French privateers, mounting thirty guns each, which he engaged for three hours when, finding that they were planning to board him, he put before the wind and left them.
  • On the following day he fell in with a French schooner bound from Martinique to Havre de Grace, and brought her into port. He was then appointed to the WEYMOUTH.
  • 1744 Capt. Elliot ELLIOT, appointed on 5th. September, he died in the East Indies on the 20th. July 1745.
  • 1746 Capt. Nathaniel STEVENS, appointed on 1st. February to be captain of LIVELY, and died on 23rd. March 1747, without having his commission confirmed by the Admiralty Board.

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