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French ship Patriote (1785)

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Name  Patriote
Ordered  28 January 1786
Laid down  October 1784
Construction started  October 1784
Weight  1,966 tons
Namesake  Patriot
Builder  Brest
Commissioned  April 1786
Launched  3 October 1785
French ship Patriote (1785)

Patriote was a Téméraire class 74-gun ship of the line of the French Navy. She was one of the French ships which had their hull doubled with copper.

In September 1793, during the Siege of Toulon, she was taken by the British, who removed her armament and embarked the French sailors sympathetic to the Republic. Admiral Hood having agreed to expel them, she then ferried them to Brest, where she arrived on 16 October.

In 1794 she took part in the battle of the Glorious First of June, in the Croisière du Grand Hiver winter campaign in 1794 and 1795, and in the Expédition d'Irlande in December 1796.

From 1821, she was used as a hulk.

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French ship Patriote (1785) Wikipedia


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