|Died:||August 3, 1798|
|Awards:||Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath|
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In 1928, an Egyptian fishermen stumbled upon the wreckage of the Goliath and Aquilon. He immeaditly reported it to the French garrison in Abu Qir, who sent an excevation team to the location. When the two ships were raised, the Aquilon had an hole in its side, and the Goliath was missing its bow and masts. The wreckage of the Aquilon was sent to Marseille and the wreckage of the Goliath was sent to Port Elizabeth in New Britain.