24 gun Man of War – Dor. Mag: No.48 1975, p15. – Boston Rock, Lyme Regis. Ref. SRN: Vol. 1 p514.


London Evening Standard – Saturday 26 April 1845 Man of War – Captain Lieut. Smith RN. – Cuttle Ledge, Kimmeridge Ledges. Refs. Legg: p35. & SRN: Vol. 1 p511.


4th rate, 26 gun, Man of War – (LARN) – Captain Edmund Button RN. One of eleven King’s ships and thirty merchantmen lost in a battle between Robert Blake and the Dutch Admiral Martin (Maarten) Van Tromp. The battle lasted for three days the SAMPSON being so damaged that the crew were removed and the … Read Article


A captured French vessel (FAISEN), 14 gun 6th rate Man of War, taken by the ALBANY in April 1761 – (LARN) – Weymouth [May have been taken into Weymouth] Refs. SRN Vol. 1 p419. & Lloyds List: No. 2686: 09/10/1761.


5th Rate, 28 Gun, Man of War – (LARN) – Portland. SRN: Vol. 1 p413; List of Men of War 1650-1700, Pt 1; BWLS: p6 & Mentioned in Anderson p18.


6th rate 12 Gun, Man of War – (LARN) Had entered the Royal Navy in 1642 Captain Isaias Blowfield. Weymouth Bay. Society for Nautical Research: Occ. Pub No.5 Pt. 1: SRN: Vol. 1 p318.; BWLS: p2.


32 gun Man of War ran aground on the Shambles Ref. Trim: 1762, VLI. NIL.


French 12 Gun Man of War COMPTE DE MAUREPAS. Sank following a battle with 5th Rate, 32 gun, HMS SOUTHAMPTON – Portland. Ref. Lloyds List: No. 1185: 01/08/1780. Log from HMS Southampton which describes the sinking of Compte Du Maurepas available to view at the National Archives.