Royal Naval Biography/Haymes, Philip George

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PHILIP GEORGE HAYMES, Esq.
[Commander.]

Was made a lieutenant on the 20th Nov. 1812; and appointed to the Royal Oak 74, bearing the flag of Lord Amelias Beauclerk, Dec. 30th following. After the abdication of Napoleon Buonaparte, he continued in the same ship, under the flag of Rear-Admiral (now Sir Pulteney) Malcolm; proceeded with that officer to Bermuda and the Chesapeake, acted as aide-de-camp to Major-General Ross during the operations against Washington and Baltimore, received the last words of that much lamented officer, and afterwards was attached to the late Major-General Gibbs, in the expedition against New Orleans[1]. He obtained his present rank on the 13th Mar. 1815.