Second-in-Command, Lisbon Station

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Second-in-Command, Lisbon Station
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CountryFlag United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.gif United Kingdom
Service Branch:Naval Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg Royal Navy
Appointed by:First Lord of the Admiralty
Reports to:First Naval Lord
Term:2-4 years
Established:1732
First Holder:Rear-Admiral of the Blue Sir Tancred Robinson, 3rd Baron Newby
Abolished:1735
Final Holder:Vice-Admiral of the White Sir John Balchen

The Second-in-Command, Lisbon Station was a senior British Royal Navy appointment created the 18th century. The office holder was 2nd or deputy commander of the Lisbon Station.

Office Holders

  1. Rear-Admiral of the Blue, Sir Tancred Robinson, 3rd Baron Newby , 1732-1734.[1]
  2. Vice-Admiral of the White, Sir John Balchen, 1734-1735.[2]

References

  1. Gerald Hinchliffe (1977) A ROYAL VISIT TO THE FLEET, 1735, The Mariner's Mirror, 63:2, 187-189, DOI: 10.1080/00253359.1977.10659018.
  2. Harrison, Simon (2010–2018). "British Fleet for Portugal". threedecks.org. S. Harrison. Retrieved 11 November 2019.