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ZEALAND (64) The ZEELAND seized from the Dutch by Vice Ad. Richard ONSLOW at Plymouth on 4 March 1796.
Renamed JUSTITIA in 1812.
Broken up in 1830.

  • 1797 Capt. J. R. SHIVERS, 07/1797. Capt. T. PARR, 10/1797, with flag of Vice Ad. LUTWIDGE.
  • 1799 Capt. PARR with flag of Vice Ad. MITCHELL in May and Vice Ad. A. GRAEME in September. Guardship at the Nore.
  • At a court martial on board SHANNON at Sheerness on 26 October 1800, Lieut. James RYDER was found guilty of absenting himself from ZEALAND without leave. He was rendered incapable of ever serving in the Royal Navy.
    At another court martial on board the frigate SURPRIZE at Sheerness 25 August 1801, T. WILLIAMS, a Quarter-Master in ZEALAND was dismissed his situation for insolent behaviour to a senior officer and ordered to serve before the mast.
  • On 1 February 1802 James AYRTON, a seamen belonging to ZEALAND, was tried on board MAGICIENNE for absenting himself without leave.
    He was sentenced to receive 150 lashes and to be imprisoned in the Marshalsea for six months.
  • 1803 Capt. MITCHELL, with the flag of Rear Ad. Sir J. SAUMAREZ, Nore

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