|Waldemar||84||1789||Prince of Wales.|
|Princess Sophia Fredevern||74||1775||Ganges.|
|Heir Apparent Frederick||74||1782||Brunswick.|
|Crown Prince Frederick||74||1784||Maida.|
|Crown Princess Maria||74||1791||Goliah.|
|Detmarksens||64||1780||Cut to pieces in dock.|
|Mars||64||1784||(Block ship) destroyed.|
Frigates of 44 guns -- Pearl, 1804, by the Inflexible; Housewife, 1779, by the Nymphe; Freya, 1795, by the Astrea; Iris, 1793, by the Africaine; Rota, 1793, by the Rosamond; Venus, 1805, by the Leyden. -- Nyade, 36, 1807, by the Ariadne; Frederegstegn, 28, 1800, by the Surveillante; Little Belt, 24, 1801, by the Gannet; Fylla, 24, 1802, by the Charger; Sharpe, 18, 1791, by the Prometheus; Dolphin, 18, 1792, by the Desperate; Mercure, 18, 1806, by the Pompee; Alert, 18, by the Pandora.
The Triton, 28, 1790; Elbe, 20, 1800; Edegren, 20, 1802; Nid Elven, 18, 1792; Courier, 14, 1801; Flying Fish, 14, 1789; were also brought away, but we have not heard by what ships they were fitted.
The Alert and Dolphin were not included in the gazette. Fourteen gunboats, with one gun in the bow and one in the stern; and eight with two guns in the bow, were also brought away, fitted by the Franchaise; and three of the latter descriptions were destroyed.
Transcribed by Lars Bruzelius
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