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Type: Brig Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1805 ; Disposal date or year : 1 Sep 1814
Disposal Details : see below
May 1805 Plymouth, Fitting. Commander Frs. Jackson Snell
10 Feb 1810 off Pointe Abacou, St.-Domingo, discovered the French frigate Néréide in the distance and sailed in chase, and was later joined by the sloop Avon, but they were badly damaged in the action which followed, and the Néréide continued her passage back to Europe.
Portsmouth Dec 3 1811 Arrived (Capt. Percy), from Jamaica, last from Honduras, under jury-masts, having met with bad weather
Portsmouth Nov 11 1813 Sailed for Cork
Cove of Cork, Jan 21 1814 (Captain Sartorius), Sailed on a cruise.
1 Sep 1814 in lat. 30° N, lon. 11° W. captured by the US ship-sloop Wasp, but was rescued by the Castilian arriving on the scene and chasing the Wasp away. The Avon being in a sinking condition the Castilian returned and removed the crew just in time.