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Type: 5th rate ; Armament 38
Taken : 1799 ; Disposal date or year : 1828
1799 Junon Captured - renamed Princess Charlotte
1812 Princess Charlotte renamed Andromache
Plymouth Jun 15 1812 Arrived from a cruise off Corunna.
Plymouth Jul 14 1812 Sailed for the coast of Spain
Plymouth Oct 27 1812 Came in with dispatches from Lord Keith.
Plymouth Nov 4 1812 Sailed on a cruise off the coast of France.
Plymouth Nov 10 1812 Is ordered to sea.
Falmouth Dec 3 1812 Reported to be off Bourdeaux.
15 Dec 1812 captured the French privateer Sans Souci, 16 guns, at sea.
20 Dec 1812 sent into Plymouth the American brig Leaver, bound from Boston to Bourdeaux.
29 Dec 1812 sent into Plymouth the American brig Expedition, bound from Philadelphia to Bourdeaux, and US schooner Blue Beard, from Charleston to Bourdeaux.
21 Mar 1813 sent into Plymouth the American schooner Courier, bound from Nantz to Baltimore.
26 Apr 1813 sent into Plymouth the American schooner Zebra, bound from Nantz to New York.
11 May 1813 came into Plymouth with a schooner, retaken following capture by a French privateer
21 Oct 1813 captured the Franco-Batavian 40-gun frigate Trave.
29 Jan 1814 sent into Plymouth the American ship Fair, bound from Marlborough Head, to France with fish.
14 Mar 1814 captured the French privateer Comete off Bourdeaux.
9 April 1814 It is reported that officers and men landed from Andromache, along with men from other ships attack the fortified town of Blaye in order to clear a passage through to Puillac for transports and merchant vessels.
Portsmouth 16 Jun 1814 Arrived from Plymouth.
Falmouth 31 Dec 1814 Arrived and sailed again on a cruise to the westward.
30 Sep 1817 Commissioned by Capt. Shireff.
Portsmouth 28 Nov 1817 Arrived from Chatham to be fitted for foreign service.
Portsmouth Dec 21 1817 Sailed for the Brazils.
5 Oct 1818 Midshipman Sawyer, J. J., promoted lieutenant and appointed to the Andromache frigate, South America.
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct 10 1818 Is reported to have arrived at Lima from Portsmouth, to afford protection to British vessels in the Pacific.
29 Sep 1820 Reported to be on passage from Lima to Rio Janeiro.
Callao, April 5 1821. It is reported that Lady Cochrane is to go home in the Andromache with the deposed Vice Queen of Peru.
5 Nov 1821 Lieutenants Luke H. Wray, Alexander Tait, Joseph Maynard, and Edward Hawes, appointed to the Andromache, fitting for the Cape of Good Hope.
7 Jan 1822 Captain Joseph Nourse appointed as Commodore ; Purser Mr Thomas Goble, has also appointed with Surgeon James Rutherford. and Assistant Surgeon William Guland.
Mauritius, 27 Sep 1824 Returned to this island. The captain (4 Sep 1824) and eight officers of the squadron are reported to have died from fever etc. Other reports advise that the Andromache passed the Comoros in the Mozambique Channel, and visited Zanguebar and Pemba, before sailing to Mombasa., from where she sailed on 31 Aug.
The senior Lieutenant, L. H. Wray, has taken over as the Commanding Officer of the Andromache, and Midshipman T. Eversfield, has been promoted Lieutenant in his stead.
Cape Of Good Hope, March 26 1825 Reported to be at Simon's Bay, Commodore Moorsom, awaiting her relief.
Portsmouth 1 Aug 1825 Arrived from the Cape of Good Hope
Andromache 21 Oct 1833 In Hamoaze.
Plymouth Jan 2, 1834 Is ready to proceed to Canton : Captain Chads, C.B., has taken the command.
Portsmouth. April 5 1834 Is reported to have touched at Madeira prior to 24 March, en route for China, via the Coast of South America and the Cape of Good Hope.
6 May 1834 Is reported to have arrived at the Cape from Rio