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Type: Cutter / Ketch ; Armament 10
Launched at Portsmouth : 1823 ; Disposal date or year : 1852
Complement : 47 Officers and men, 10 boys and 8 marines.
16 Jan 1826 Portsmouth Has sailed on a cruise.
Portsmouth, Aug 20 1828 Sailed on a cruise.
Portsmouth, Sep 1 1828 Sailed on a cruise
Portsmouth 3 Mar 1829 Arrived from a cruise and sailed again.
Portsmouth 16 Mar 1829 (Lieut. Brooking), Assisting in raising the Nightingale, recently lost on the Shingles Shoal.
Portsmouth Jul 27 1829 Sailed on a cruise.
Portsmouth Aug 27 1829 Has sighted the mastheads of a schooner sunk about 2½ miles NE of the Owers Light.
Plymouth Nov 24 (Lieut. Thruckstone), Arrived from Portsmouth and returns tomorrow.
Plymouth 29 Nov 1829 Sailed to Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 20 Jan 1830 Arrived from a cruise.
25 Apr 1838 2nd Master James Bodie apptd for service on the Brazil and Cape station.
Circa Jan 1839 at the Falkland islands. 23 Aug 1841 at Rio de Janeiro. 9 Aug 1843 detained a slave brig, Name Unknown, which was sent for adjudication to the Vice-Admiralty Court at the Cape of Good Hope and on 21 Apr 1845 sentenced to be condemned and 337 slaves emancipated.
30 Aug 1843 detained in by the ship's boats in lat. 12° 22' S., long. 13° 19' E., off Lobito, a slave vessel, Name Unknown, with 337 slaves on board which was sent for adjudication to the Vice-Admiralty Court at the Cape of Good Hope and sentenced to be condemned.
20 Dec 1848 Portsmouth