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The Pomone was a 40-gun Hortense-class frigate of the French Navy, built at Genoa for the puppet government of the Ligurian Republic, which was annexed as part of France in June 1805, a month after the Pomone was completed. On 30 January 1807, she collided with the Muiron. In May 1807, Pomone, Annibal, Incorruptible and the corvette Victorieuse engaged HMS Spartan off Cabrera in the ...

French ship Pomone | Military Wiki | Fandom

Several ships of the French Navy have borne the name Pomone, after the Roman goddess Pomona: Pomone (1750), a 30-gun frigate, burnt to avoid capture in 1760. Pomone (1770), a requisitioned transport ship, sold in 1771. Pomone (1787), a 40-gun frigate, captured during the Action of 23 April 1794 by captured by HMS Arethusa and taken into service as HMS Pomone. She was sold in 1802 and broken up ...

HMS Pomone (1805) | Military Wiki | Fandom

HMS Pomone was a 38-gun Leda-class fifth rate of the Royal Navy, built by Josiah and Thomas Brindley at Frindsbury and launched in 1805. She saw action during the Napoleonic Wars, primarily in the Mediterranean while under the command of Captain Robert Barrie. She was wrecked off The Needles, part of the Isle of Wight, in 1811. Pomone was commissioned in February 1805 under Captain William ...

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HMS Pomone | Military Wiki | Fandom

Four Royal Navy ships have borne the name HMS Pomone, with another cancelled before launch: HMS Pomone (1794), a 44-gun French frigate captured on 23 April 1794 and broken up in 1802. HMS Pomone (1805), a 38-gun frigate built in 1805 and wrecked in 1811. HMS Pomone, 38-gun French frigate Astre captured on 6 December 1810; renamed Pomone in 1811 and paid off in 1815. HMS Pomone, a 51-gun ...

French frigate Pomone (1787) | Military Wiki | Fandom

Pomone was a 40-gun 24-pounder frigate of the French Navy built in 1783. The British captured her, along with Babet and Engageante, off the le de Batz during the Action of 23 April 1794. In late September 1793, Pomone served under Captain Dumoutier. She was subsequently recommissioned in the Royal Navy as HMS Pomone mounting 48 guns. Her design inspired that of the Endymion-class frigates ...

French frigate Arthuse (1805) | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Arthuse was a 40-gun frigate of the French Navy. Started as Arthuse, she was renamed to Elbe while still under construction. She was launched on 23 May 1808 and commissioned under captain Charles Berrenger. At the Bourbon Restoration, she was renamed to Calypso, back to Elbe during the Hundred Days, and to Calypso after the final demise of Napolon. She was struck in 1825. Les ...

French frigate Bretagne | Military Wiki | Fandom

Bretagne (D655) is an Aquitaine-class frigate of the French Navy. The Aquitaine class were developed from the FREMM multipurpose frigate program. Original plans were for 17 FREMM hulls to replace the nine D'Estienne d'Orves-class avisos and nine anti-submarine (ASW) frigates of the Tourville and Georges Leygues classes. In November 2005 France announced a contract of 3.5 billion for ...

French frigate Prairial | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Prairial is a light monitoring frigate ("frgate de surveillance") of the French Marine Nationale. She is the second ship of the Floral class, and the second French warship named after the ninth month of the Republican Calendar. She was built in the beginning of the 1990s by the Chantiers de l'Atlantique in Saint Nazaire. She is currently based in Tahiti. Although categorised as a ...

French frigate Bellone (1779) | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Bellone was an Iphignie-class 32-gun frigate of the French Navy. She was one of the French ships with a copper-covered hull. In 1782, she fought against HMS Coventry. In June she captured a British "both", in the roads of Negapatnam that the French took into service as Negapatnam. The next month Negapatnam was at Pondicherry with the French squadron under Admiral Suffren, but her ...

French frigate Atalante (1802) | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Atalante was a 44-gun Virginie class frigate of the French Navy. Launched in 1802, she cruised in the Indian Ocean under capitaine de frgate Gaudin, in the squadron under the command of Rear Admiral Charles-Alexandre Lon Durand Linois. Atalante cruised with Belle Poule, taking numerous prizes between June and 1804 and early 1805, notably the East Indiaman Athias and the Heroism. The ...

French frigate Provence | Military Wiki | Fandom

Provence (D652) is an Aquitaine-class frigate of the French Navy. The Aquitaine class were developed as part of the FREMM multipurpose frigate program. Original plans were for 17 FREMM to replace the nine D'Estienne d'Orves-class avisos and nine anti-submarine frigates of the Tourville and Georges Leygues classes. In November 2005 France announced a contract of 3.5 billion for development ...

French frigate Topaze (1805) | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Topaze was a Gloire class 44-gun frigate of the French Navy. The British captured her in 1809 and she the served with the Royal Navy under the name Alcmene until she was broken up in 1816. She was built in Nantes in 1803 on plans by Pierre Forfait and launched on 1 March 1805. She was put into service in September. She departed from Nantes in June 1805 for Fort-de-France to carry new ...

French frigate Justice (1794) | Military Wiki | Fandom

Courageuse was a Virginie class frigate of the French Navy, completed in 1794 and renamed Justice in April 1795. She took part in the Expedition to Egypt. After the frigate Junon ran aground in Aboukir, Justice escorted her to Alexandria for repairs. She took part in the Battle of the Nile, managing to escape to Malta with the frigate Diane, and arrived at Valletta on 28 August 1798. In 1800 ...

HMS Pomone (1809) | Military Wiki | Fandom

Astre was a 44-gun Pallas-class frigate of the French Navy, launched at Cherbourg in 1809. In December of the next year she captured HMS Africaine. The Royal Navy captured Astre in 1810 and took her into service under her French name, rating her as a 38-gun frigate, but then in 1811 recommissioned her as HMS Pomone. She served during the War of 1812 and was broken up in 1816. She took part ...

French frigate Pomone (1787) - Wikipedia

Pomone was a 40-gun frigate of the French Navy, launched in 1785.The British captured her off the le de Batz in April 1794 and incorporated her into the Royal Navy. Pomone subsequently had a relatively brief but active career in the British Navy off the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts of France before suffering sufficient damage from hitting a rock to warrant being taken out of service and ...

French frigate Hermione (2014) | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Hermione is a 12-pounder Concorde class frigate, completed in Rochefort by the Asselin organisation in 2014. She is a reproduction of the 1779 Hermione, which achieved fame by ferrying General Lafayette to the United States in 1780 to allow him to rejoin the American side in the American Revolutionary War. This project was conceived by members of the Centre International de la Mer in 1992 ...

HMS Didon (1805) | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Didon was a Virginie class 40-gun frigate of the French Navy. Captured by the British in 1805, she went on to have a career in the Royal Navy as the 38-gun fifth-rate HMS Didon. Launched in 1796 as Fcheuse, she was renamed to Didon three years later. On 13 October 1803, she captured a British brig. She later took part in the Battle of Cape Finisterre in 1805. While attempting the ...

Robert Corbet | Military Wiki | Fandom

Captain Robert Corbet RN (died 13 September 1810), often spelled Corbett, was an officer of the British Royal Navy during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars who was killed in action in highly controversial circumstances. Corbet was a strict disciplinarian, who regularly beat his men for the slightest infractions: so brutal was his regime that he provoked two mutinies, one simply at ...

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My other gripe with this article is the statement that the Pomone was built "as the personal warship of Jrme Bonaparte"; absolutely untrue; it was built for the puppet government (Ligurian Republic) under Napoleonic control, but in June 1805 (the month following the launch of the Pomone), the Republic was directly annexed by France as the ...

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HMS Pomone (1805) - Wikipedia

HMS Pomone was a 38-gun Leda-class fifth rate of the Royal Navy launched in 1805. She saw action during the Napoleonic Wars, primarily in the Mediterranean while under the command of Captain Robert Barrie.She was wrecked off The Needles, part of the Isle of Wight, in 1811.The wreck is a Protected Wreck managed by Historic England.

Fregata francez Pomone (1805) - French frigate Pomone (1805) - abcdef.wiki

Pomone a fost o fregat din clasa Hortense cu 40 de tunuria Marinei franceze, construit la Genova pentru guvernul marionet al Republicii Ligurice, care a fost anexat ca parte a Franei n iunie 1805, la o lun dupfinalizarea Pomone. La 30 ianuarie 1807, ea s-a ciocnit cu fregata francez Muiron.

French frigate Topaze (1805) - Wikipedia

Action off Porto Rico on 19 July 1805: Topaze, Dpartment des Landes, Torche and Faune destroy HMS Blanche. Topaze was a Gloire -class 44-gun frigate of the French Navy. The British captured her in 1809 and she the served with the Royal Navy under the name Jewel, and later Alcmene until she was broken up in 1816.

French ship Pomone - Wikipedia

French frigate Pomone (1787), a 40-gun frigate, captured during the action of 23 April 1794 by captured by HMS Arethusa and taken into service as HMS Pomone. She was sold in 1802 and broken up in 1803. French frigate Pomone (1805), a 44-gun frigate, captured during the action of 29 November 1811 by HMS Alceste and Active and taken into service ...

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Unnamed French frigate | PotC Wiki | Fandom

This ship was a frigate captained by a French captain. At some point during the War of Garcia and Pierre, the frigate attacked the Prowler, a Spanish galleon on a privateering mission. However, the two Spanish sloops soon appeared, and the frigate was destroyed in a coordinated attack of the three Spanish ships. The crew of the frigate managed to escape on a nearby island. Rise of the ...

French frigate Pomone (1787) - Wikipedia @ WordDisk

Pomone was a 40-gun frigate of the French Navy, launched in 1785.The British captured her off the le de Batz in April 1794 and incorporated her into the Royal Navy. Pomone subsequently had a relatively brief but active career in the British Navy off the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts of France before suffering sufficient damage from hitting a rock to warrant being taken out of service and ...

French Frigate Pomone (1805) - liquisearch.com

The Pomone was a 40-gun Hortense-class frigate of the French Navy, built at Genoa for the puppet government of the Ligurian Republic, which was annexed as part of France in June 1805, a month after the Pomone was completed. On 30 January 1807, she collided with the Muiron.. In May 1807, Pomone, Annibal, Incorruptible and the corvette Victorieuse engaged HMS Spartan off Cabrera in the ...
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