British Naval Battles of 1800sBritish 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).
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