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Type: 5th rate ; Armament 46
Launched : 1816 ; Disposal date or year : 18 Feb 1827
Disposal Details : Accidentally burnt at Portsmouth whilst in ordinary (reserve)
Rio de Janeiro 10 May 1826 Sailed for Lisbon and England.
late June 1826 put volunteers on board the Frances Mary, a water-logged timber-laden ship, off the Azores (see the Blonde for further details of this ship). Having attempted to tow the vessel into port, without success, she left the men, with 2 months provisions and one of the ship's boats, to attempt a salvage of the vessel. After about a month they managed to make St. Mary's on 31 July, having spoken to many vessels during their passage, and in one or two instances, received supplies etc..
Lisbon 8 Aug 1826 Sailed to St. Mary's
Fayal and Terceint 21 Aug 1826 Sailed for England.
Milford 26 Sep 1826 Arrived with the wreck of the ship Francis Mary, from which the Blonde recently rescued the survivors.
Portsmouth 3 Oct 1826 Arrived from Rio Janeiro, Lisbon, the Western islands, and last from Milford.
Portsmouth 25 Nov 1826 In the harbour.