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Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Monarch.
- HMS Monarch (1747), 74-gun third-rate ship of the line, originally the French Monarque, captured 1747 at the second battle of Cape Finisterre, sold 1760. Admiral John Byng was executed on board in 1757.
- HMS Monarch (1765), 74-gun third rate; Vice Admiral Onslow's flagship at the Battle of Camperdown 1797; broken up 1813.
- HMS Monarch (1832), 84-gun second rate, broken up 1866.
- HMS Monarch (1868), ironclad masted turret ship, sold 1905.
- HMS Monarch (1911), Orion-class battleship,served in World War I, sunk as target 1925.
- Colledge, J. J. (1987) Ships of the Royal Navy: the complete record of all fighting ships of the Royal Navy from the fifteenth century to the present, London: Greenhill, ISBN 0-947898-75-1
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