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Royal Naval Biography/Mainwaring, Edward Reeves Philip


EDWARD REEVES PHILIP MAINWARING, Esq.
[Commander.]

Was made a lieutenant into the Plantagenet 74, on the 11th June, 1807; and continued in that ship, under various captains, until the end of the war with America, in 1815. He was appointed a supernumerary of the Severn 50, Captain William M‘Culloch, commanding the Kentish coast blockade, Nov. 4th, 1818; removed to the Ramillies 74, Captain Edward Brace, at Portsmouth, Aug. 1st, 1821; and promoted to his present rank on the 27th Mar. 1826. He is now an inspecting commander in the coast guard service.