|Laid down:||August 1798|
|Launched:||24 April 1800|
|Fate:||Burned, 24 August 1814|
|Displacement:||1. Events 1479 BC - Thutmose III ascends to the throne of Egypt, although power effectively shifts to Hatshepsut (according to Year -of the Julian calendar. The Gregorian calendar was 11 days ahead of the Julian calendar until Friday, but 12 days ahead since Saturday. Events 49 BC - Julius Caesar 's General Gaius Scribonius Curio is defeated in the Second Battle of the Bagradas River Year 1814 ( MDCCCXIV) was a Common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common 130 tons|
|Length:||145. 5 feet|
|Beam:||38. 1 feet|
|Draft:||11. 9 feet|
|Complement:||340 officers and enlisted|
|Armament:||26 18-pounders, 10 9-pounders|
The second USS New York was a frigate in the United States Navy during the Quasi-War with France. For the bird see Frigatebird. A frigate /ˈfrɪgɪt/ is a warship The Quasi-War was an Undeclared war fought entirely at sea between the United States and France from 1798 to 1800 This article is about the country For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic France topics.
New York was built by public subscription by the citizens of New York for the United States Government; laid down in August 1798 by Peck and Carpenter, New York City; launched 24 April 1800; and commissioned in October 1800, Captain Richard V. New York ( is a state in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern regions of the United States and is the nation's third most populous The federal government of the United States is the central United States Governmental body established by the United States Constitution. The City of New York Events 1479 BC - Thutmose III ascends to the throne of Egypt, although power effectively shifts to Hatshepsut (according to Year -of the Julian calendar. The Gregorian calendar was 11 days ahead of the Julian calendar until Friday, but 12 days ahead since Saturday. Morris in command.
One of the group of five frigates built by the States for the Federal Government to supplement the original six provided for by the Act of 17 March 1794, New York entered the Navy when the Quasi-War with France was being fought in the Atlantic and Caribbean where French warships preyed on American commerce. For the bird see Frigatebird. A frigate /ˈfrɪgɪt/ is a warship The Caribbean (ˌkærəˡbiən kæ'rəbiən Cariben|Caraïben or Caraïben; Caraïbe or more commonly Antilles; Caribe is a Region consisting Departing New York on 22 October 1800, the ship sailed for the Caribbean, convoying brig Amazon and her cargo to Martinique and then sailing to St. Kitts, arriving on 6 December to meet frigate President there and receive orders. Events 202 BC - Hannibal Barca, leader of the Carthaginians, is defeated by the Roman legions under Scipio Africanus Year -of the Julian calendar. The Gregorian calendar was 11 days ahead of the Julian calendar until Friday, but 12 days ahead since Saturday. In nautical terms, a brig is a vessel with two square-rigged masts Martinique is an Island in the eastern Caribbean Sea, having a land area of 1128 km² Saint Kitts (also known more formally as Saint Christopher Island ( Saint-Christophe in French) is an Island in the West Indies Events 1060 - Béla I of Hungary is crowned king of Hungary 1240 - Mongol invasion of Rus: Kiev Putting to sea the next day, New York cruised the waters near Guadaloupe on patrol protecting U. Guadeloupe is an island group or Archipelago located in the eastern Caribbean Sea at, with a land area of 1628 square kilometres (629  sq S. merchant ships until forced to return to St. Kitts 31 December by a bad outbreak of fever among her crew. Events 406 – Vandals, Alans and Suebians cross the Rhine, beginning an invasion of Gallia. The frigate remained in the West Indies port, putting the forty sickest men ashore and recruiting others to replace them until sailing in mid-January 1801 to resume station on watchful patrol against those French ships, both naval vessels and privateers, which had been attacking Yankee merchant ships trading with the British West Indies. The Caribbean (ˌkærəˡbiən kæ'rəbiən Cariben|Caraïben or Caraïben; Caraïbe or more commonly Antilles; Caribe is a Region consisting The term British West Indies refers to territories in and around the Caribbean which were at one time colonised by the United Kingdom.
With the ratification of Pinckney's Treaty with France on 3 February, she was ordered to return home on 23 March and arrived at New York in late April, remaining there until sailing to Washington in mid-May. Pinckney's Treaty, also known as the Treaty of San Lorenzo or the Treaty of Madrid, was signed in San Lorenzo de El Escorial on October 27, Events 1112 - Ramon Berenguer III of Barcelona and Douce I of Provence marry uniting the fortunes of those two states Events 1174 - Jocelin, Abbot of Melrose, is elected Bishop of Glasgow. New York was placed in ordinary at Washington Navy Yard as part of the reserve naval force provided for in the Peace Establishment Act of 1801. The Washington Navy Yard is the former Shipyard and ordnance plant of the United States Navy in Washington D The frigate’s day to day patrolling performed an invaluable service to the nation, not only protecting American commerce, but also helping to establish the United States Navy as a force to be reckoned with. As part of the infant Navy, New York had, as President John Adams told Congress of the Navy’s actions, “raised us in our own esteem; and effected to the extent of our expectations, the objects for which it was created. John Adams (October 30 1735 July 4 1826 was one of the most influential Founding Fathers of the United States. ”
The frigate recommissioned on 14 August 1802, Captain James Barron in command, to meet another crisis facing the young United States. Events 1183 - Taira no Munemori and the Taira clan take the young Emperor Antoku and the three sacred treasures Year 1802 ( MDCCCII) was a Common year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar or a Common year starting on Wednesday of the James Barron (1769 – 21 April 1851) was an officer in the United States Navy. The small Moorish kingdoms on the Barbary Coast of North Africa were attacking American ships, killing and imprisoning crewmen and stealing cargo, while demanding high monetary tribute as their price for ending these piratical acts. The description Moors has referred to several historic and modern populations of Muslim (and earlier non-Muslim people of Berber and Arab descent The Barbary Coast, or Barbary, was the term used by Europeans from the 16th until the 19th century to refer to the middle and western coastal regions of North Africa—what North Africa or Northern Africa is the Northernmost Region of the African Continent, separated by the Sahara from Sub-Saharan In response to this challenge, the U. S. sent a naval squadron to the Mediterranean in May 1801 to protect the nation’s interests, and on 14 November 1802, New York sailed from Washington Navy Yard to reinforce that squadron. Events 1533 - Conquistadors from Spain under the leadership of Francisco Pizarro arrive in Cajamarca, Inca Arriving Gibraltar 6 April 1803, she met the squadron there and became its flagship when Commodore Richard Morris, her first captain, broke his broad pennant from the frigate’s yardarm. flagship is the lead ship in a fleet of vessels a designation given on account of being either the largest fastest newest most heavily armed or for publicity purposes the most well Richard Morris may refer to Richard Morris (author (1939&ndash2003 American poet and science writer Richard Morris (folklorist
The squadron sailed 11 April for Tripoli to confront the Pasha with a strong show of American force. Events 491 - Flavius Anastasius becomes Byzantine Emperor, with the name of Anastasius I. Tripolis ( Arabic: طرابلس Ṭarābulus - also طرابلس الغرب Ṭarā-bu-lus al-Gharb Libyan vernacular: Pasha or pacha, formerly bashaw, (paşa پاشا ( Persian: پاشا ( Armenian: Փաշա was a high rank in the Ottoman Empire En route 25 April, a powder explosion on board New York killed four men and damaged the ship, forcing the squadron to put into Malta 1 to 19 May while she effected repairs. Events 1607 - Eighty Years' War: The Dutch fleet destroys the anchored Spanish fleet at Gibraltar. Malta, officially the Republic of Malta (Repubblika ta' Malta is a European Microstate, comprising an Archipelago of three islands Events 1535 - French explorer Jacques Cartier sets sail on his second voyage to North America with three ships 110 men and Arriving off Tripoli on the 22nd, the squadron remained there attempting negotiations with the Bashaw. Following two brief engagements, 22 and 27 May in which the American ships’ overwhelming fire drove off attacking Tripolitan gunboats, the talks seemed to bear fruit. Events 927 - Simeon the Great, Tsar of Bulgaria, dies 1120 - Richard III of Capua is anointed Midshipman John Downes was one of those recognized for distinguished service on New York during the fighting. Commodore John Downes (1786 &ndash 11 August 1854) was an officer in the United States Navy, whose service covered the first half of the 19th century
On 9 June, a tentative treaty was agreed to on the condition that the U. Events 53 - Roman Emperor Nero marries Claudia Octavia 62 - Claudia Octavia commits S. ships would immediately leave the harbor. Commodore Morris, following these terms, sailed in New York the next day, leaving the rest of the squadron on guard off the coast to follow later, little realizing that the treacherous Bashaw would resume his piratical activities as soon as the American presence was gone.
Sailing to Malta 14 June, New York received the 17-gun salute of Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson and the British Fleet at Valletta. Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson 1st Viscount Nelson 1st Duke of Bronté, KB (29 September 1758– 21 October 1805 was a British Valletta ( Belt Valletta or Città Umilissima) is the capital city of Malta. The frigate remained there replenishing and allowing her crew to see the sights of the island until sailing for Gibraltar 8 July by way of Naples and Málaga and arriving 14 September. Gibraltar (dʒɨˈbrɒltər is a British overseas territory located near the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar Events 939 - The Major Occultation or Ghaybat el-Kubra of Muhammad al-Mahdi 1099 - First Crusade: 15000 Naples ( Napoli, Neapolitan: Nàpule) is a historic City in southern Italy, the Capital of the Events 81 - Domitian becomes Emperor of the Roman Empire upon the death of his brother Titus. There, she met Commodore Edward Preble and his squadron, sent to relieve Commodore Morris. Edward Preble ( 15 August 1761 - 25 August 1807) was a US naval officer On the day of her arrival, Captain John Rodgers came aboard to relieve Commodore Morris of command of New York and following one month in port, the warship sailed for home. John Rodgers ( July 11, 1772 - August 1, 1838) was an American naval officer who served in the United States Navy from its organization Stopping at Tunis for supplies 4 November, she returned to Washington Navy Yard 9 December 1803 and was immediately placed in ordinary. Tunis ( Arabic: تونس Tūnis) is the Capital of the Tunisian Republic and also the Tunis Events 1333 - Flood of the Arno River, causing massive damage in Florence as recorded by the Florentine chronicler Giovanni Villani Events 536 - Byzantine General Belisarius enters Rome while the Ostrogothic garrison peacefully leaves the city 1803 ( MDCCCIII) was a Common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a
There New York remained for the next eleven years. The frigate was burned by the British in the capture of Washington, D.C. 24 August 1814 during the War of 1812. Washington DC ( formally the District of Columbia and commonly referred to as Washington, the District, or simply D Events 49 BC - Julius Caesar 's General Gaius Scribonius Curio is defeated in the Second Battle of the Bagradas River Year 1814 ( MDCCCXIV) was a Common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common The War of 1812 was fought between the United States of America and the British Empire, particularly Great Britain and her North American colonies
This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. The public domain is a range of abstract materials &ndash commonly referred to as Intellectual property &ndash which are not owned or controlled by anyone The Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships ( DANFS for short is the primary reference work for the basic facts about every Ship ever used
See USS New York for other ships of this name. Seven United States Navy ships have borne the name USS New York, five of them after the State of New York and one after New York City