| HMS Bombay|
HMS Blake, 1819
| 23 July 1805|
Broken up, 1855
28 March 1808
HMS Bombay (1808) Wikipedia
HMS Bombay was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 28 March 1808 at Deptford.
On 24 January 1813 Bombay, then under the command of Captain Norman Thompson, detained the Dumpteur des Ondts.
Bombay was renamed HMS Blake in 1819 in honour of Admiral Robert Blake, and was converted to harbour service in 1828. She was broken up in December 1855.