HMS Collingwood, 1841-1867
The Collingwood was a Royal Navy third-rate sailing ship.1 It was 58 m long, 17 m wide and carried 80 guns.2 This wooden two-deck ship housed 750 men, and from 1844-48 it was the flagship of Rear-Admiral George Francis Seymour in the Pacific.3
Both Ley, J. H. to [Recipient not known.] 14 August 1848, CO 305:1, no. 1589, 289 and this despatch mention the Collingwood, and refer to its anchorage in Valparaiso.
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