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Raisonnable (Raisonable)
3rd rate, 64 guns. 1386 tons as built. 160 ft x 44½ ft. Built at Chatham Dockyard in 1768. Turned into a receiving ship in 1810. Broken up in 1815.

3rd rate, 74 guns. 1670 tons as built. 170½ ft x 48½ ft. Built by Randall of Rotherhithe in 1785. Into harbour service in 1831. Broken up at Deptford in 1850.

Purchased 1793 and converted for the voyage to New South Wales. 394 tons. Length 27.4m x breadth 9.1 m (90 ft x 30 ft). Into harbour service 1800 and sold 1815. In his 1809 'tribute to Trim' (FLI/11) Flinders refers to the 'Reliance' by the name 'Roundabout'.

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