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[[File:Mutiny HMS Bounty.jpg|thumb|The mutineers turning Lt Bligh and part of the officers and crew adrift from [[Mutiny on the Bounty|HMAV ''Bounty'']], 29 April 1789, published by B. B. Evans]]
* [[Hermione mutiny|HMS ''Hermione'']] was a 32-gun [[fifth-rate]] [[frigate]] of the [[Royal Navy|British Royal Navy]]. While operating in the Caribbean in 1797 a portion of the crew mutinied, killing the captain, eight other officers, two midshipmen and a clerk before surrendering the ship to the Spanish authorities. The mutiny was the bloodiest recorded in the history of the Royal Navy.
* [[Mutiny on the Bounty|Mutiny aboard HMS ''Bounty'']], a mutiny aboard a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[Royal Navy]] ship in 1789 that has been made famous by several books and films.
* A failed 1787 mutiny aboard the [[Middlesex (1783 EIC ship)|''Middlesex'']] occurred two weeks before HMS ''Bounty''{{'}}s final England departure, which included the lead mutineer of HMS ''Bounty'' Fletcher Christian's older brother Charles.
* [[Mutiny on the Bounty|Mutiny aboard HMS ''Bounty'']], a mutiny aboard a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[Royal Navy]] ship in 1789 that has been made famous by several books and films.
* [[Quibéron mutinies]] were major mutinies in the French fleet in 1793.
* [[Hermione mutiny|HMS ''Hermione'']] was a 32-gun [[fifth-rate]] [[frigate]] of the [[Royal Navy|British Royal Navy]]. While operating in the Caribbean in 1797 a portion of the crew mutinied, killing the captain, eight other officers, two midshipmen and a clerk before surrendering the ship to the Spanish authorities. The mutiny was the bloodiest recorded in the history of the Royal Navy.
* [[Spithead and Nore mutinies]] were two major mutinies by sailors of the [[Royal Navy|British Royal Navy]] in 1797.
* [[Vlieter Incident]] was a mutiny of a squadron of the fleet of the [[Batavian Republic]] which caused it to be surrendered to the British without a fight in 1799 at the start of the [[Anglo-Russian invasion of Holland]].
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