Origin and History
The frigate was built by Adam Hayes at the Deptford dockyard and launched on August 17 1757.
During the Seven Years' War, the frigate was under the command of:
- in 1758 and 1759: captain Charles Meadows
The frigate was broken up on December 30 1765.
Service during the War
At the beginning of 1758, the frigate was part of the fleet who assembled at Portsmouth under the command of admiral Edward Boscawen for the expedition against Louisbourg. On February 19, this fleet set sail for Halifax and finally arrived there on May 9. On May 28, the fleet sailed from Halifax and arrived in sight of Louisbourg on June 1. On June 8, the frigate supported the successful landing of the centre division at La Cormorandière. Throughout the siege of Louisbourg, the fleet actively supported the British army and the fortress finally surrendered on July 26.
On August 18 1759, the frigate was present at the victorious battle of Lagos.
To do: more details on the campaigns from 1760 to 1762
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Blasco, Manuel, British 5th Rates, 3 Decks Wiki
Phillips, M., Michael Phillip's Ships of the Old Navy
N.B.: the section Service during the War is derived from our articles depicting the various campaigns, battles and sieges.