Royal Naval Biography/Dick, Thomas

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THOMAS DICK, Esq.
[Post-Captain of 1814.]

Obtained the rank of lieutenant in Mar. 1799; and commanded the boats of the Melpomene frigate, Captain Sir Charles Hamilton, Bart, at the capture and destruction of a French national brig in Senegal river, Jan. 3, 1801[1]. His commission as commander bears date Oct. 21, 1810.

On the 5th June, 1811, Captain Dick was appointed to the Thisbe 28, bearing the flag of Sir Charles Hamilton, under whom he served in the river Thames until posted, June 7, 1814.

This officer married, June 20, 1820, Miss Katharine Martyr, of Greenwich.

Agents.– Messrs. Cooke, Halford, and Son.