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HMS Newcastle (1813)  (4th)
4th Rate 60-gun

    
This the fourth HMS Newcastle was a fourth rate 60-gun ship-of-the-line, constructed from pitch pine.

Built by Wigram & Green of Blackwall, launched 10-Nov-1813, 176ft 6in long, 44ft wide and of 1,556 tons builders measurement.

She saw action in 1816 enforcing the blockade of St Helena, to keep Napoleon under close guard.

Used for harbour service from Jun-1824.

Sold for scrap in 1850.

 

 

Other HMS Newcastle
- 1st HMS  Newcastle
- 2nd HMS Newcastle
- 3rd HMS Newcastle
- 4th HMS Newcastle
- 5th HMS Newcastle
- 6th HMS Newcastle
- 7th HMS Newcastle
- 8th HMS Newcastle

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This page last edited - 28 November, 2012.

Copyright Ian M King, except where otherwise indicated.