Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.

British Naval Battles of 1800s

British Naval Battles of 1800s. The chief battles of the British Navy in the 1800s are the following: -

1801. April 2. - Copenhagen. Nelson destroyed the Danish fleet.
1801. July 12. - Cabareta Point. Saumarez defeated Moreno and Linois.
1805. July 22. - Ferrol. Calder defeated Villcneuve and Gravina.
1805. Oct. 21. - Trafalgar. Nelson defeated Villeneuve and Gravina.
1805. Nov. 4. - Strachan's victory off Cape Ortegal.
1806. Feb. 6. - San Domingo. Duckworth defeated Leisseigues.
1806. Sept. 25. - Rochefort. Hood defeated the French.
1807. Feb. 19. - Dardanelles. Duckworth forced the passage.
1807. Aug. 12 - Oct. 21. - Gambier took Copenhagen and the Danish fleet.
1809. April 11-14. - Basque Roads. Cochrane destroyed part of Allemande's squadron.
1811. March 13. - Lissa. Hoste defeated Dubardieu.
1816. Aug. 27. - Algiers bombarded by Exmouth.
1827. Oct. 20. - Navarino. Codrington, -with French and Russian help, destroyed the Turko-Egyptian fleet,
1840. Nov. 3. - Acre bombarded by Stopford.
1854. Oct. 17 - Sept. 17. - Sebastopol bombarded.
1882. July 11. - Alexandria bombarded by Seymour (Lord Alcester).

Click for more about Villeneuve