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HMS Deptford (1732)

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Name  HMS Deptford
Fate  Sold, 1767
Launched  22 August 1732
Ordered  3 May 1726
Tons burthen  1951 (bm)
Builder  Deptford Dockyard
Class and type  1719 Establishment 60-gun fourth rate ship of the line
Length  144 ft (43.9 m) (gundeck)

HMS Deptford was a 60-gun fourth rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built to the dimensions of the 1719 Establishment at Deptford Dockyard, and launched on 22 August 1732.

In 1752, she was cut down to a 50-gun ship.

On 31 January 1759 Montagu and Deptford chased a French privateer that Montagu captured the next day. The privateer was Marquis de Martigny, of Granville. She had a crew of 104 men under the command of M. Le Crouse, and was armed with twenty 6-pounder guns.

In 1761 Deptford sailed to Jamaica carrying a timekeeper built by John Harrison, as a part of a series of experiments to determine longitude at sea.


Deptford was sold out of the navy in 1767.


HMS Deptford (1732) Wikipedia

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