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Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 74, reduce to a 50 in 1826
Launched : 1811 ; Disposal date or year : 1840
Deal 8 Sep 1812 Arrived from off Flushing.
Deal 30 Sep 1812 Arrived off the North Foreland.
Portsmouth 2 Oct 1812 Arrived from the Downs.
Portsmouth 8 Nov 1812 Sailed for the fleet off Brest.
Plymouth Dock 1 Dec 1812 Came to anchor again on Sunday night, and this evening is under weigh again.
Portsmouth 2 May 1813 Put back to St. Helen's.
Portsmouth 4 Sep 1813 Arrived from the Western Isles.
Cork 26 Oct 1813 Arrived from Portsmouth with a small convoy, to join the main convoy which is expected to sail for the West Indies tomorrow.
Cork 26 Oct 1813 Is to take convoy to Jamaica.
Jamaica 31 Jan 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Havannah, Bermuda and England and saw them clear of Jamaica.
Portsmouth 6 Jan 1827 Is shortly expected at Spithead, from Woolwich, where she has been fitted out as the flag ship for the West Indies.
Crooked Island 9 May 1828 Sailed for Jamaica via Turk's Island.
Nassau, New Providence 17 Jul 1828 Was daily expected from Barbados.
31 Oct 1828 at Bermuda.
14 Feb 1829 Carlisle Bay, Barbadoes.
3 Mar 1829 off Point a Pitre, Guadaloupe.
5 Mar 1829 off Martinique.
13 Mar 1829 Flag Ship in the West Indies. At Trinidad.
Midnight 28/29 Apr 1829 Went on shore on Great Bornair. She has removed her guns and other heavy and unnecessary materials. and it is hoped to refloat her in the near future
5 May 1829 Ship now afloat and making little water, but will need to be hove down to make repairs..
Jun 1829 Difficulty is being experienced in getting her hove down in order to carry out the necessary repairs, but they are lacking the necessary equipment for a vessel of this size.
The Druid, arrived Portsmouth 6 Sep 1829, reports that the Barham has now been repaired and was at Curaçoa when she sailed from Jamaica.
Barbadoes 17 Feb 1830 Daily expected.
Portsmouth 26 Jun 1830 Arrived from the West Indies.
Portsmouth 20 Jul 1830 Sailed for Woolwich.
Portsmouth 4 Sep 1831 Sailed on a cruise.
Cork 24 Sep 1831 Arrived.
Portsmouth 1 Oct 1831 Is to sail to the Downs.
5 Oct 1832 at Malta (flag ship).
8 Jun 1833 at Malta awaiting the arrival of the Flag Officer.
Dardanelles 6 Aug 1833 Sailed for Napoli.
Malta 23 Nov 1833 Refitting.
Vourla Bay 4 Dec 1833 Due shortly from Malta.
Malta 18 Feb 1834 In harbour at Valletta.
Malta 5 Mar 1834 Reported to be on the coast of Spain.
Portsmouth 19 Apr 1834 Arrived from Malta (23 Mar), and Gibraltar (3 Apr).
Portsmouth 4 Oct 1834 Is to be fitted out for experimental cruises.
Portsmouth 13 Jun 1835 is reported to have sailed from Sheerness last Thursday, for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 27 Jun 1835 was out at Spithead, where her ship's company were paid an advance of wages.
Malta 26 Aug 1835 arrived from England last Monday week from Portsmouth with the Earl of Durham onboard. They sailed on Wednesday for Constantinople with the Alban in company.
Malta 23 Oct 1835 arrived from Corfu.
Malta 8 Dec 1835 reported to be cruising with the Revenge and Vernon, and on sailing exercises.
Malta 14 Dec 1835 arrived from a cruise and sailing trials with the Vernon and Revenge.
Malta 7 Mar 1836 in Valetta harbour preparing for the Spring/Summer cruise.
Malta 11 Jun 1836 is reported to have returned to Malta from a cruise on 16 May, and sailed for Constantinople on the 20th.
Malta circa 27 May 1836 sailed for the Dardanelles.
Malta 23 Aug 1837 reported to be at Valencia, where it is reported there had been some skirmishes with the forces fighting against the Queen of Spain.
9 Jan 1839 at Malta. 26 Jan 1839 departed Malta for England. 13 Feb 1839 Gibraltar arrived from Malta, en route for England and is expected to touch at Lisbon. 20 Mar 1839 Portsmouth sailed to Chatham, to be paid off.