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Type: 6th rate (Former privateer Le Brave) ; Armament 28
Taken : 1803 ; Disposal date or year : 28 Sep 1812
Disposal Details : Wrecked on the north-west bar of Sable island: crew, except one, saved. Capt Thomas Huskisson.
1804 Presented by Merchants of Barbadoes to the British Government
17 Oct 1804 captured the French privateer Napoleon lat. 17 deg. 40 min. N., long. 59 deg. 54 min. W..
Nov 1804 captured the French privateer Heureux.
8 Apr 1805 captured the French privateer Desirée.
8 Jun 1805 Barbadoes and Netley escaped the French fleet, but their convoy of 15 vessels from the West Indies was taken.
Circa 31 Jul 1805 sailed from Tortola with a convoy.
Portsmouth 30 Jun 1811 Arrived from Madras (20 Feb) ; Cape of Good Hope (22 Apr) ; St. Helena (6 May).
6 Sep 1811 Royal-Oak detached to the east of Barfleur, the Barbadoes and Goshawk to intercept gun-brigs expected at Cherbourg : these were attack on the 7th and chased into Calvados, driving one of them on shore. The following day the Hotspur arrived off Calvados and destroyed one gun-brig and drove 2 onshore, but received much damage in the process.
Portsmouth 25 Sep 1811 Arrived from off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 13 Nov 1811 Is fitting for the West Indies.
Portsmouth 21 Nov 1811 Remains with West India convoy, awaiting ships from the Downs.
Portsmouth 23 Nov 1811 Sailed with a convoy for the West Indies
Portsmouth 25 Nov 1811 Has returned and remains with the West India convoy, owing to foul winds.
Barbadoes 4 Jan 1812 Arrived and sailed on the 8th with the ships bound to Jamaica.
22 Aug 1812 captured in lat. 31° N. long. 75° W., after a chase of 7 hours, the U.S. revenue schooner James Madison, George Brooks, master, pierced for 14, 10 mounted, 65 men, out from Savannah 7 days, and has made no captures.
Plymouth 29 Dec 1812 the Leonidas arrived from Ireland, with officers from the late Guerriere frigate, and officers and crew of the late Barbadoes, lost in the West Indies, who arrived in Ireland in the Africa.