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Type: Brig Sloop ; Armament 10
Completed : 1808 ; Disposal date or year : 5 Nov 1816
Disposal Details : Wrecked on the reefs of Point Pedras : crew saved. Capt George Domett
BM : 237 tons ;
14 Oct 1810 cruising about 80 miles west by south of Horn reef, in the North Sea, chased and captured the French privateer-schooner Sans-Souci.
Yarmouth 30 May 1811 departed for the coast of Holland.
Yarmouth 28 Jul 1811 arrived.
Yarmouth 24 Sep 1811 arrived.
Yarmouth 29 Sep 1811 Remains.
Yarmouth 7 Oct 1811 departed for the Baltic with despatches.
Yarmouth 22 Nov 1811 arrived from the Baltic.
Yarmouth 15 Jan 1812 arrived from the northward.
Yarmouth 16 Jan 1812 departed to the westward,.
19 Jun 1812 in Pillau roads in the Baltic, the ship's boats were sent in to recover the merchant ship Urania, which was held by French troops
9 Oct 1812 captured the French privateer Petit Poucet.
Deal 26 Jan 1814 departed for the French coast.
Deal 6 Nov 1814 arrived from Yarmouth.
Yarmouth 6 Nov 1814 arrived yesterday with a convoy from the Baltic and departed this morning for the Nore.
Plymouth 3 Jan 1815 departed for the westward.
Plymouth 15 Nov 1815 Has re-commissioned and is fitting for service on the Jamaica station.
Havannah 4 Nov 1816 On passage from Jamaica to New Providence was wrecked on Point Pedro, 9 miles to the leeward of Havannah. Crew and troops were saved, with part of her stores.