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  1. Depictions of the ships behind the SoG-miniatures

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    FRENCH FRIGATE COURAGEUSE.




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    Courageuse was a 12-pounder Concorde class frigate of the French Navy. She was launched in 1778. The British captured her in 1799 and thereafter used her as a receiving ship or prison hulk at Malta before breaking her up in 1802.
    The Concorde class was a type of 32-gun
    frigate of the French Navy, designed by Henri Chevillard, carrying 12-pounder long guns as their main armament. Three
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  2. Depictions of the ships behind the SoG-miniatures

    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    FRENCH FRIGATE COURAGEUSE.

    Not quite so much info available on some of the Frigate Captains I'm afraid.



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    Courageuse
    was a 12-pounder
    Concorde class frigate of the French Navy. She was launched in 1778. The British captured her in 1799 and thereafter used her as a receiving ship or prison hulk at Malta before breaking her up in 1802.
    The Concorde class was a type of 32-gun
    frigate of the French Navy, designed by Henri
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  3. Depictions of the ships behind the SoG-miniatures

    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    FRENCH FRIGATE COURAGEUSE.

    Not quite so much info available on some of the Frigate Captains I'm afraid.



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    Courageuse
    was a 12-pounder
    Concorde class frigate of the French Navy. She was launched in 1778. The British captured her in 1799 and thereafter used her as a receiving ship or prison hulk at Malta before breaking her up in 1802.
    The Concorde class was a type of 32-gun
    frigate of the French Navy, designed by Henri
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  4. HMS Doris ( Frigate)

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    (1795 - 1805)

    HMS Doris was an 18 pounder armed, 36 gun, 5th rate frigate of the Phoebe Class and was built under contract by William Cleverley at his shipyard in Gravesend.

    The Phoebe Class was a group of three sailing frigates designed by John Henslow, Surveyor of the Navy, all of which were built under contract by private shipyards on the river Thames. The other two ships were HMS Phoebe, built by Dudman's at Deptford and HMS Fortunee, built by Perry's at Blackwall.
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  5. Depictions of the ships behind the SoG-miniatures

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    The Redoutable.



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    Redoutable was a
    Téméraire class74-gunship of the line of the French Navy.


    The ship was laid down at Brest in January 1790, and launched as Suffren on 31 May 1791. She was the first ship of the French Navy named in honour of Vice-admiral
    Suffren de Saint Tropez, who had died a hero of the American War of Independence on 8 December 1788. She was completed there in December 1792.
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