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HMS Esperance was launched in America in 1781, and is first listed in Lloyd's Register in 1784 under the name Clementina. She then served as a slave ship, sailing out of Liverpool on two slave trading voyages. In 1786 Brent and Co. purchased her, renamed her Ellis, and sailed her for three more voyages as a slaver. In 1793 she became the privateer Ellis. The French captured her, then the Spanish, and then the French recaptured her. After returning to French ownership, she became the French corvette Esperance. The Royal Navy captured her in 1795 and took her into service as HMS Esperance. Thus, in her career, Esperance had changed hands six times. She was sold in 1798.

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  • HMS Esperance was launched in America in 1781, and is first listed in Lloyd's Register in 1784 under the name Clementina. She then served as a slave ship, sailing out of Liverpool on two slave trading voyages. In 1786 Brent and Co. purchased her, renamed her Ellis, and sailed her for three more voyages as a slaver. In 1793 she became the privateer Ellis. The French captured her, then the Spanish, and then the French recaptured her. After returning to French ownership, she became the French corvette Esperance. The Royal Navy captured her in 1795 and took her into service as HMS Esperance. Thus, in her career, Esperance had changed hands six times. She was sold in 1798. (en)
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  • Sold 1784
  • Sold 7 June 1798
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  • November 1793 by capture (en)
  • July 1793 by capture (en)
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  • *Clementina: 4 × 4-pounder guns *Ellis: 22 × 6-pounder guns *Elize: 22 x 6-pounder guns *HMS Esperance: 16 cannon (en)
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  • American (en)
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  • 1795-01-08 (xsd:date)
  • July 1793 (en)
  • November 1793 (en)
  • Summer 1793 (en)
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  • *Ellis:100 men *Elize: 150 men> *HMS Esperance: 121 men (en)
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  • America (en)
  • France (en)
  • Great Britain (en)
  • Spain (en)
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  • 400 (xsd:integer)
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  • --06-07
  • Sold 1784 (en)
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  • HMS Esperance (en)
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  • *Moss & Co. *Brent & co. (en)
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  • Esperance (en)
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  • HMS Esperance was launched in America in 1781, and is first listed in Lloyd's Register in 1784 under the name Clementina. She then served as a slave ship, sailing out of Liverpool on two slave trading voyages. In 1786 Brent and Co. purchased her, renamed her Ellis, and sailed her for three more voyages as a slaver. In 1793 she became the privateer Ellis. The French captured her, then the Spanish, and then the French recaptured her. After returning to French ownership, she became the French corvette Esperance. The Royal Navy captured her in 1795 and took her into service as HMS Esperance. Thus, in her career, Esperance had changed hands six times. She was sold in 1798. (en)
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