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Type: ; Armament 10
Launched : 1808 ; Disposal date or year : 20 Jun 1822
Disposal Details : Wrecked off Newfoundland: many lost. Com. Charles Adolphus Baker *
Yarmouth 21 Jan 1810 Sailed for the coast of Holland.
7 Mar 1810 drove on shore and destroyed a French privateer, Name unknown, near Camperdown.
9 Apr 1810 captured the French privateer Tilsit.
28 Aug 1811 arrived Deal from off Flushing.
10 Sep 1811 departed Deal for off Flushing.
13 Oct 1811 arrived Deal from off Flushing.
14 Oct 1811 departed Deal for the Nore.
23 Mar 1812 arrived Deal from off Flushing.
2 Apr 1812 departed Deal this evening for off Flushing.
11 Jun 1812 departed Deal for off Flushing.
8 Sep 1812 arrived Yarmouth from off the Texel.
8 Nov 1812 arrived Yarmouth from a cruise.
6 Jun 1813 arrived Deal from Heligoland with dispatches.
12 Sep 1813 arrived Deal from off Flushing.
1 Aug 1814 departed Deal to Portsmouth.
4 Aug 1814 arrived Portsmouth, from the Downs.
4 Nov 1814, Portsmouth, has been stored and replenished for service abroad.
4 Nov 1814 departs Portsmouth tomorrow morning with a convoy for the West Indies.
9 Nov 1814 remains Lymington with the West India convoy, wind bound.
15 Nov 1814 detained Lymington with the West India convoy by westwardly winds in Yarmouth Roads.
19 Nov 1814 returned Portsmouth, with the West India convoy from Yarmouth and Lymington Roads to the Motherbank, Stokes Bay and Spithead.
2 Dec 1814 departed St. Helen's with a convoy for the West Indies.
5 Dec 1814 departed Torbay with her convoy this morning.
25 Dec 1814 departed Falmouth with the out-ward bound West Indies convoy.
9 Jan 1815 arrived off Madeira with a convoy to the West Indies, and sailed with a strong fair wind.
9 Sep 1815 arrived Kingston, Jamaica, Friday se'nnight.
24 Oct 1818, arrived Halifax, from Newfoundland. 21 Nov 1819 remains Newfoundland.
27 Nov 1821 is in commission and based at Newfoundland.
20 Jun 1822, is reported from Newfoundland to have been wrecked whilst en route from Halifax to St. John's. 17 officers and crew died and 2 female passengers.