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HMS Inflexible

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Five ships of the Royal Navy have been called HMS Inflexible.

  • HMS Inflexible (1776) was a 180-ton sloop-of-war launched in 1776. HMS Inflexible was disassembled at Quebec City and transported upriver in pieces and reassembled and commissioned 1776 at Saint-Jean on the upper Richelieu River upon a request of General Carleton. It carried 18 12-pounders. It fought at the battle of Battle of Valcour Island in 1776 under the command of John Schank. Her fate is unknown.
  • HMS Inflexible (1780) was a 64-gun third-rate Inflexible-class ship of the line launched in 1780. She was used as a storeship from 1793, a troopship from 1809 and was broken up in 1820.
  • HMS Inflexible (1845) was a wooden screw sloop launched in 1845 and sold in 1864.
  • HMS Inflexible (1876) was an ironclad battleship launched in 1876 and sold in 1903.
  • HMS Inflexible (1907) was an Invincible-class battlecruiser launched in 1907 and sold for scrapping in 1921.
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