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NAMUR (90) 2nd rate Built in 1756, Chatham DY.
Broken up in 1833.

  • 1757 Capt. Peter DENIS, with Sir Edward HAWKE's fleet employed in the unsuccessful expedition against Rochfort in September.
  • 1759
  • "On the 29th. January the ROYAL GEORGE and NAMUR sailed from Spithead in order to enter Portsmouth Harbour; but just as they got abreast of the platform, the wind took them short, and the NAMUR ran aground; the boats and lighters in the harbour cane to her assistance; the upper deck guns were got out, the water and beer aboard staved, and the ship made as light as possible, and shored; but as the water left her, it being ebbing tide, she took a list to the starboard side, and lay in that manner till eleven at night, when they warpt her into the channel without much damage."
  • 1782 Capt. R. FANSHAW, West Indies.

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