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HMS Lively (1794)  (7th)
5th Rate 32-gun

    
This the seventh ship to carry the name HMS Lively was a fifth rate, 32-gun, ship.

Built by Nowlan of Northam, launched 23-Oct-1794, 135ft long, 36ft wide and of 806 tons builders measurement.

Wrecked 12-Apr-1798 at Rota Point near Cadiz.

Won the Battle Honours: 'Tourtelle' 1795, St. Vincent 1797 and 'Mutine' 1797.

 

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This page last edited - 07 January, 2013.

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