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Type: Brig sloop ; 14 guns
Launched : 1812 ; Disposal date or year : 1836
Portsmouth 25 Feb 1813 Arrived from the Downs.
May - Aug 1813 the frigates Révolutionnaire and Présidente, brig sloops Beagle, Despatch, and Challenger ; and schooners Holly and Juniper, and two gun-boats, stationed off the north coast of Spain to assist the patriots.
Plymouth 13 Sep 1813 Came in from St. Sebastian and the coast of Spain.
Plymouth 8 Apr 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Bordeaux and Spain.
16 Aug 1814, arrived Halifax, from New London.
16 Nov 1814, captured the Revenue Cutter Eagle, prize to the Despatch, sailed with the Narcissus.
21 Jan 1815, off New London, boarded the Novo Scotian privateer Rover with news of the capture of the USS President by the Endymion, and loss of the Sylph off Long Island.
Portsmouth 17 Jul 1815 Arrived from a cruise.
Portsmouth 5 Sep 1815 Has made signal for sailing.
Plymouth 9 Sep 1815 Sailed to the eastward.
Portsmouth 11 Sep 1815 Arrived from Plymouth.
Portsmouth 3 Jan 1816 Arrived from a cruise.
Portsmouth 2 Jan 1816 Sailed with the Royal Charlotte yacht for London.
27 Nov 1821 Is in commission and based in the Mediterranean.
Portsmouth 30 Nov 1825 Sailed for the coast of Africa.
6 Jan 1827 at Oporto.
Portsmouth 15 Oct 1832 Sailed for Jamaica.
Jamaica 8 Jan 1833 Reported to be refitting at Barbadoes.
Jamaica 21 Apr 1833 Was at the Leeward Islands.
Barbadoes 8 Jul 1833 Arrived from Bermuda.
Bermuda 31 Jul 1833 sailed for Jamaica
22 Aug 1833 at Jamaica.
17 Sep 1833 departed Port Royal for Barbadoes.
23 Sep 1833 weathered Tortugas, the delay being due to a strong SW to W current between Capes Nicholas Mose and Maize.
24 Sep 1833 at daylight saw the SE point of Great Inagua. Much detail given in the Nautical Magazine for 1835, from p. 769.
25 Sep 1833 at daylight made the coast of Little Caycos.
26 Sep 1833 saw the northern extreme of Caycos and left it astern.
12 Oct 1833 anchored in Carlisle Bay, Barbados.
18 Nov 1833 anchored at 6.45 pm off the SW end of Anguilla.
2 Dec 1833 weighed for Maranham.
6 Dec 1833 in lat. 8° 57' N., long. 55° 39' W.
25 Dec 1833 detained in lat. 3° 49' N., long. 39° 32' W., en route from Ayudah to St. Jago de Cuba, to the windward of the Barbadoes, the Spanish slave schooner Rosa, of 75 tons, Jozé Villadarga, master, with 292 slaves on board, which was sent for adjudication to the British and Spanish Mixed Court at Havana, and on 15 Feb 1834 sentenced to be condemned.
28 Dec 1833 crossed the Equator in long. 39° 33' W.
2 Jan 1834 arrived off Maranham.
4 Jan 1834 arrived Para.
11 Jan 1834 in lat. 1° 31' N., long. 48° 34' W.
16 Jan 1833 anchored Carlisle Bay, Barbados.
Port of Spain 28 May 1834 Warns of a shoal on the south side of the Island.
7 May 1835 reported to be with a squadron at Barbadoes.
Jamaica 28 Apr 1835 Racehorse is reported to have sailed from Barbadoes to Para to relieve the Despatch
21 Jun 1835 was at Para.
Portsmouth 3 Oct 1835 arrived from the Nore on 25 Sep and will be paid off on Monday.