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Type: Sloop ; Armament 18
Completed : 1805 ; Disposal date or year : 1816
May 1805 Fitting.
Jan 1810 captured the French privateer Harpalode in the Channel.
17 Jan 1810 is reported to have combined forces with the frigate Virginie with a view to searching for 2 French frigates which she came into contact with on the 16th instant.
Cork 18 Sep 1811 Sailed for Plymouth.
Plymouth Dock 22 Sep 1811 Arrived from Cork and anchored in the Sound.
Plymouth 25 Sep 1811 Came into harbour.
Plymouth 4 Nov 1811 Came down from the harbour and anchored in the Sound, after having been refitted.
Plymouth 12 Nov 1811 Sailed with convoy for Cork.
Torbay 18 Nov 1811 Remains, with a light transport.
Torbay 19 Nov 1811 Sailed with the Jane, transport, for Ireland.
Cork 30 Nov 1811 Will sail with the West India convoy when wind is more settled.
Cove 7 Dec 1811 On Thursday sailed with a convoy for the West Indies.
Cork 10 Dec 1811 Returned with the West India convoy.
Portsmouth 28 May 1812 Sailed with a convoy for Cork, and the intermediate ports in the Channel.
Portsmouth 4 Sep 1813 Arrived with a convoy of transports containing prisoners from Bilbao and Passage.
Islands of Scilly 7 Dec 1813 Sailed on a cruise.
Cork 17 Aug 1814 Flies the convoy signal for the West Indies.
Cork 22 Aug 1814 Sailed on a cruise.
Cork 29 Aug 1814 Has retaken and sent in the Harmony, from Greenock to Quebec, taken by the Prince American privateer.
Sierra Leone 26 Mar 1815 Arrived from Cape Coast Castle.
15 Aug 1815 Arrived at Portsmouth last Friday afternoon from the Coast of Africa, after a passage of 13 weeks, with 7,000 oz. of gold dust, and 40 tons of ivory onboard. Whilst on the Coast of Africa she is reported to have been successful in interrupting the Spanish and Portuguese slave trade, capturing 4 vessels and liberating 700 slaves.