HMS Paladin 62

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Rating: 5th Rate

Class: Endymion

Date of Commission: 3rd August 1816

Guns: 48

Crew: 374

Status: At Sea


Originally built as a Ingermanland class 4th Rate. Due to poor performance in speed trails and lack of maneuverability Ingermanland was renamed and assigned garrison duties. January 21st 1817 the name Paladin was giving to a captured Endymion class 5th Rate.


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British Captains:

1816-present: Captain Lady Dearthington

Excerpts from the Logbook:

  • 1817
20:51 February 22, 1817: Evaded French 3 ship patrol outside Vieux-Fort
20:59 February 22, 1817: Observed French Constitution and Bellona fleets north of Castries
21:04 February 22, 1817: Observed two (2) Belle Poule's [Player] engaging a pirate feet east of La Moussette
21:09 February 22, 1817: Joined with Enouch Aubry on patrol
21:20 February 22, 1817: Engaged French Friagate outside Fort Royal, Quickly reinforced by two other Frigates. Facing numerically superior numbers withdrew from battle.

Port Battle History:

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