Impregnable,     1810

Type: 2nd rate ; Armament 98
Completed  : 1 Aug 1810 ;
Disposal date or year  : 1906
Disposal Details : Placed on the sale list
BM: 2406 tons ; Displacement: 3880 tons
Propulsion: Sail
Notes:
1805 Building
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27 Aug 1816 Battle of Algiers. As a result of the Dey's reluctance to discuss the abolition of christian slavery ; the delivery of all christian slaves in the kingdom of Algiers; the repayment of all the money that had recently been exacted for the redemption of Neapolitan and Sardinian slaves ; peace with the king of the Netherlands ; and the immediate liberation of the British consul and the two boats' crews of the Prometheus. Medals granted to surviving officers, seamen and marines (and soldiers who served as marines) per order of 7th June, 1848
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1830 Plymouth
Jan 1848 Devonport, in Ordinary (reserve)
20 Dec 1848 Flag ship, Devonport
30 Aug 1851 Devonport
2 Jan 1856 Acting Clerk Waymouth and Asst Clerk Westcott, appointed - Flag Ship, Devonport
4 Feb 1856 Devonport. In Harbour
24 Feb 1856 In Hamoaze
1860 Flag Ship, Devonport
1862 Training ship.
1870 Training Ship for Boys, Devonport
1 Apr 1876 Recommissioned at Devonport
1879 Training Ship for Boys, Devonport, 22 guns
1879 Tender: Circe (Harbour Service)
9 Nov 1888 Renamed Kent
1890 Devonport. Hulk for use in Epidemics. To be sold.
22 Sep 1891 Renamed Caledonia


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