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Daring, 1844
Type: Brig ; Armament 12
Launched : 2 Apr 1844 ; Disposal date or year : 1864
BM: 426 tons
Notes:

29 May 1840 is ordered to he laid down in HM dockyard Sheerness

1846 with the Experimental Squadron

10 Jun 1846 detained off Guano Point the Spanish slave schooner Rauret, 40 tons, which was sent for adjudication to the Mixed Court of Justice at the Havana and on 15 Jul 1846 sentenced to be restored to her Master.

10 Jun 1846 detained off Guano Point the Spanish slave ship Numa, which was sent for adjudication to Mixed Court of Justice at the Havana and on 15 Jul 1846 sentenced to be restored to her Master.

23 Sep 1846 off Sacrificios, the Daring Commander Matson.

20 Dec 1848 Chatham.

Circa Jun-Jul 1853 is reported by H.M. Commissary judge at Havana that she was cruising off the island of Cuba for some of this period and called in at Havana for 2-3 days during the latter part of July, whilst en route from Laguna de Terminos to Jamaica.

28 Jul 1853 at Havana, and about to sail for Jamaica to re-provision and provide evidence of the fraud which occurred in the transfer of the slave vessel Lady Suffolk to Mexican ownership.

Oct 1853 cruising off the coast of Cuba for the suppression of the Slave Trade.

1860 Chatham.