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Type: Brig Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1814 ; Disposal date or year : 1828
Sheerness 27 Jul 1818 Sailed for the Nore, to take in powder, and on completion will sail for Portsmouth and prepare for service in North America.
Arrived Halifax, N.S., during the week ending 26 Sep 1818, 35 days from Portsmouth, England. When near St. Michael's, on the way out, she reports that she was fired into by a schooner, which escaped owing to the lack of wind.
25 Oct 1818, departed Halifax, N.S., for Bermuda.
7 Nov 1818, the Grasshopper got ashore in the Narrows, off Bermuda, when she departed for Halifax, and was only got off with great difficulty by the boats of the Leander and Belette.
15 Nov 1818, departed Bermuda.
During the week ending 28 November 1818, arrived Halifax, from Bermuda.
Halifax 5 Dec 1819 At Bermuda.
27 Nov 1821 Is in commission and based at Halifax.
Plymouth Dock 24 Dec 1822 Sailed with the squadron under Commodore Sir E. Owen, K.C.B., thought to be bound for the West Indies.
Barbadoes 13 Feb 1823 Had arrived, having been separated from the squadron in a gale off Lisbon. On the arrival of the Commodore, she sailed with sealed orders.
Circa Aug 1825 at Jamaica and reported to be healthy.
Jamaica 1 May 1828 Is expected here in the near future