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Type: 3rd Rate ; Armament 74
Launched : 1810 ; Disposal date or year : 1867
Plymouth Apr 23 1811 Sailed for North America, with timber ships to load timber for the dock-yards.
Deal Jul 6 1811 Arrived from Sheerness
Portsmouth Sep 4 1811 Sailed with a convoy for the Mediterranean.
9-10 May 1812 the ships' boats of the America, Leviathan, Impérieuse and Eclair, involved in operations against French convoys in the Languelia and Alassio district.
11 Jun 1812 action, in shore, off the island of Sainte-Marguerite, by the Swallow, with the French brig-corvette Renard and schooner Goéland, when in the company of the America and Curaçoa.
Aug 18 1812 Off Toulon.
Plymouth Sep 21 1814 Arrived from Genoa.
21 Oct 1814 Is reported to have sailed for Portsmouth, and to have been paid off.
Jul 1830 Plymouth - has been reduced to a 4th rate.
Plymouth 2 Jan 1836 it is rumoured that she is to be prepared for sea service. [Very much a rumour, but I guess it does tell us she is still in ordinary.]
23 Dec 1841, Plymouth, to be fitted with Captain Couch's patent channels. Circa Jun 1845 Reported to be on the California coast.
1846: Pacific and Otaheite Station
Jan 1848 Devonport, in Ordinary
20 Dec 1848 Devonport