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- HMS Bedford (1698) was a 70-gun third rate launched in 1698. She was rebuilt in 1741 to carry 64-guns, was hulked in 1767 and sold in 1787.
- HMS Bedford (1775) was a 74-gun third rate launched in 1775. She was used as a prison ship from 1801 and was broken up in 1817.
- HMS Bedford (1901) was a Monmouth-class armoured cruiser launched in 1901. She was wrecked in 1910 and the wreck was sold later that year.
- HMS Bedford is a fictional vessel featured in the 18th James Bond feature film Tomorrow Never Dies. She was instrumental in the destruction of Elliot Carver's stealth ship.
- HMS Bedford Galley was a 34-gun fifth rate launched in 1697, and purchased that year for Navy service. She was rebuilt in 1709 and converted into a fire ship in 1716. She was sunk as a foundation at Sheerness in 1725.
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