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Type: 5th rate ; Armament 32 x 12 pdr
Launched at Bristol in 1779 ; Disposal date or year : 1814
BM: 689 tons
1781 Hyde-Parker's victory over the Dutch
24 Mar 1793 Cleopatra and Lizard captured the French privateer Trois Amis in the North Sea.
1793 : a part of the first squadron on the Newfoundland station following the outbreak of war.
3 Mar 1796 captured the French privateer Aurore on the Halifax station.
16 Dec 1796 captured the French privateer Hirondelle on the passage from Halifax to England.
26 Mar 1798 captured the French privateer Emilie in the Channel.
1 Jan 1799, Capt. J. Pellew. America.
22 Mar 1801 captured a galley off Cuba.
16-17 Feb 1805 captured by the French 40-gun frigate Ville-de-Milan.
23 Feb 1805 capture of the French 40-gun frigate Ville-de-Milan, and re-capture of the late British frigate Cleopatra by the Leander.
May 1805 Halifax Station
22 Jan 1809 Hazard, Cleopatra and Jason, cruising off Gaudeloupe, captured the French 40-gun frigate Topaze, which was added to the British navy by the name of Alcmène.
30 Jan-24 Feb 1809 a part of a expedition under R.-adm Sir A Cochrane which arrived off Martinique with a view to taking the Island.
Portsmouth 10 Sep 1811 Sailed for off Flushing.
Portsmouth 25 Sep 1811 Arrived from off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 27 Sep 1811 Sailed on a cruise.
Deal 29 Sep 1811 Arrived from Portsmouth.
Yarmouth 22 Oct 1811 Brought in a Danish vessel, with her mizen gone, and full of water, and unmanageable, that she came across whilst on a cruise.
Yarmouth 24 Oct 1811 Sailed to resume her station off the coast of Holland.
Portsmouth 25 Nov 1811 Sailed with a convoy for Lisbon, and is now clear of the Isle of Wight.
Gibraltar 19 Sep 1812 Remained.
St. Thomas's 4 May 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Great Britain.
Portsmouth 20 Jun 1814 Arrived from the Clyde.
Portsmouth 28 Jun 1814 Sailed for Woolwich, to be paid off.