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Feversham: HMS Feversham; Fifth Rate; Length: 124 ft; Beam: 36 ft; 1,068 tons; Comp.: 250; Armament: 40 guns; Blackwall on the Thames, England; 1741

HMS feversham took part in a battle off Toulon with the combined French and Spanish fleet on the 17th of February 1744. After a short and indecisive battle the French and Spanish fleets escaped (fled). HMS Feversham was sold out of the navy on the 13th of April 1749.

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