Other articles related to "deal castle":
... Since it was first built, Deal Castle has had a Captain ... Until the early 18th century, the captain commanded the garrison ...
... he was promoted to captain and given command of the 20-gun frigate Deal Castle ... Deal Castle and the sloop-of-war Chameleon were anchored in Gros Islet Bay, Saint Lucia, when in early October 1780 the "Great Hurricane" struck the island ... The two ships made for the relative safety of the open sea, but Deal Castle was wrecked on the coast of Puerto Rico ...
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