Excerpt from The Naval History of Great Britain, Vol. 5 of 6: From the Declaration of War by France in 1793, to the Accession of George IV
The Horatio, out of a crew on board of about 270 men and boys, had one midshipman (george Gunter) and six seamen killed, her captain, fir... st-lieutenant (manley Hall Dixon), boat swain (andrew Lock), and 14 seamen badly, and one lieutenant of marines (richard Blakeney), one master's mate (robert King), and seven seamen and marines slightly wounded; and the La tona, one midshipman (john Hoope) and five seamen slightly wounded; making, with the Driver's one wounded, the total loss on the British side amount to seven killed and 33 wounded. From the number Of shot - holes low down in her hull, the J unon was in avery leaky state and her loss was very severe, amount ing, out of avery fine crew Of 323 men and boys, to 130 in killed and wounded, including among the mortally wounded her gallant commander.
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