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Loss of HMS 'Ramillies', September 1782: blowing up the wreck
A painting showing Rear Admiral Graves's flagship 'Ramillies' on 16 September 1782. Under instruction from Admiral Rodney, she was on her way home to England from the North American Station. She was conducting English ships in need of repair, French prizes and a merchant convoy. The ships ran into a gale on the Newfoundland Bank.
- Image reference: BHC2215
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London