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Captain Arthur Scott (1718-1756)
Scott was promoted by Admiral Thomas Mathews in August 1743, to be Captain of the 'Rochester', 50 guns, in Mathew's Mediterranean fleet. He was sent off on an independent service, and so missed the main action off Toulon in February 1744. Later in the year, he moved to the 'Essex', 70 guns, after her Captain, Norris, had been relieved to face a court martial.
- Image reference: BHC3017
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London