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INFLEXIBLE (64) Built in 1780, Harwich.
Broken up in 1820.

  • 1799 Capt. S. FERRIS, Chatham.
    In June 1799 Sir Home POPHAM was ordered on particular service. He and Cdr. William DANIEL took passage in INFLEXIBLE from North Yarmouth to Revel where they found a Russian squadron with 8,000 troops embarked, bound for Holland. From Revel Sir Home POPHAM proceeded on a mission to the Emperor Paul at Cronstadt, leaving Cdr. DANIEL to embark other Russian troops before taking passage in BLONDE to accompany the transports to the Texel.
  • 1800 Capt. R. W. PAGE, Chatham, troopship.
    She came in to Plymouth on 7 January 1801 having sprung her fore top-mast in a gale off the Lizard. She was laden with naval and military stores for Malta. After repairs she sailed again on the 10th. for Cork to embark a regiment of Hompesch's hussars for Malta. She returned to Portsmouth on 3 December with 560 of the Guards from Malta on board.
  • 1803 Out of commission at Chatham.
  • 1803 Capt. H. HOTHAM, 03/1803.
  • 1807 Capt. J. R. WATSON, Nore.
  • 1808 Capt. D. MACKAY, late of DRUID, 08/1808. Capt. T. BROWN, fitting out at Chatham in November.
  • INFLEXIBLE and the BONNE CITOYENNE sloop sailed from Spithead with the Quebec trade on 11 June 1809. The sloop became separated from the convoy on 2 July and had the good fortune to engage and capture the French frigate FURIEUSE.
  • 1811 Receiving ship at Halifax. She finished up as an ordnance depot there.

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