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Type: 4th Rate ; Armament 50 ; late 74
Launched : 13 Feb 1812 ; Disposal date or year : 1885
BM: 1772 tons
Plymouth 22 Dec 1813 Sailed to the Northward ?
Plymouth 8 Jun 1814 Sailed to the eastward.
Plymouth 27 Jun 1814 Arrived from Bordeaux, with the 20th Regiment.
Plymouth 28 Jun 1814 Has arrived with troops from Bordeaux.
Portsmouth 11 Aug 1814 Sailed for Plymouth.
Plymouth 15 Aug 1814 Came in from Portsmouth with the 93d regiment.
Plymouth 14 Nov 1829 Is making preparations to commissioned for service on the coast of Africa.
Plymouth 11 May 1831 In Hamoaze.
Rio de Janeiro 18 Sep 1831 Remains.
27 Jun 1832 at Lima.
25 Sep 1832 at Coquimbo.
Rio de Janeiro 13 Jan 1833 Was reported to be in the Pacific.
Valparaiso 18 Mar 1833 Refitting.
16 Apr 1833 reported to be at Rio de Janeiro on the departure of the Challenger for England.
Valparaiso 16 Jun 1833 Remains.
Rio Janeiro 23 Sep 1833 Reported to be in the Pacific.
Valparaiso 3 Oct 1833 Arrived and sailed for Callao.
Valparaiso 23 Feb 1834 Refitting.
Rio de Janeiro it is reported that Midshipman GHD Blake died in a swimming accident.
Plymouth 18 Sep 1834:Came into harbour from the Sound to be paid off.
Plymouth 1 Oct 1834 Paid off. The following received medals and gratuities for long service and good conduct :
Clement Wennet, A.B., a medal and gratuity of £5, with a pension of £16 per annum ;
George Duckham, A.B., a medal and gratuity of £15., with a pension of £23. 12s. per annum ;
James Pittard, marine, a medal and gratuity of £5.
Plymouth 3 Oct 1834 Was docked.
Portsmouth 13 Feb 1836 reported to have been at Rio on 5 Dec last.
17 Apr 1836 is reported to be at Rio de Janeiro.
8 May 1836 reported to be at Rio de Janeiro.
28 Dec 1839 Portsmouth In Dock. 8 May 1841, Portsmouth, to be got ready for commissioning. 11 May 1841, Commander C. Festing ; Lieutenant B. Hasnes ; Lieutenant G. J. Burslem ; W. Master R. Mudge ; Purser James Sparshott ; Boatswain John Stanley; Carpenter W. Richardson ; Surgeon J. W. Johnston, M.D. ; Assistant-Surgeon T. G. Graham, appointed to the Dublin. 13 May 1841, Portsmouth, was commissioned by Lieutenant Burslem for Captain J. J. Tucker, and service in the Pacific as flag ship. She remains in dock until repairs being made in the basin are completed. 22 May 1841, Mate Samuel H. Derriman, Thomas E. Sanders, and W. F Mowbray ; Midshipman H. F. Elliott ; Volunteer 1st Class Edward F. H. Holme, appointed to the Dublin. 29 May 1841, Lieutenant E. H. Kenney, from the Excellent, appointed to the Dublin. 12 Jun 1841, Mate R. Hall ; and Volunteers of First Class Messrs. Woldridge and H. B. B. Bennett ; Clerk's Assistant Joseph Martin ; Chaplain Rev. R. Wilson, appointed to the Dublin. 12 Jun 1841, Portsmouth, is taken out of dock, and has been masted. Nearly all her crew have entered for her from the Bellerophon, and have gone on three weeks' leave. 19 Jun 1841, Master J. R. Lafer, appointed to the Dublin. 26 Jun 1841, Midshipman F. W. Gough ; Gunner W. Richards appointed to the Dublin, 3 Jul 1841, Clerk H. C: Pool (additional), appointed to Dublin ; 24 Jul 1841, Mate H. Micklethwaite, appointed to the Dublin 24 Jul 1841, Second Master J. Laffer, from the Dublin appointed to the Calcutta, vice Whiting, appointed to the Dublin. 24 Jul 1841, Masters' Assistant B. Woolley, from the Lucifer appointed to the Dublin. 31 Jul 1841, Assistant Surgeon E. H. Derriman, appointed to the Dublin from the Sheldrake. Midshipman H. Elliot, appointed to the Indus, from the Dublin. 7 Aug 1841, Clerk F. P. Pearce, supernumerary, appointed to the Dublin ; Clerk R. Landwell, additional Clerk's Assistant, appointed to the Dublin. 14 Aug 1841, Portsmouth, goes out to Spithead on Tuesday. 18 Aug 1841, Portsmouth, went out to Spithead, and sailed the 20th, for Plymouth. 21 Aug 1841, Naval Instructor T. Eastman, appointed to the Dublin. 8 Sep 1841, arrived at Madeira, en route for the Pacific, sailing on the 9th for Rio Janeiro. 30 Sep 1841, was spoken with at latitude 1, longitude 22. 20 Nov 1841, Volunteers First Class C. B. Bellairs, appointed to the Dublin. 1 May, 1844, flag ship of Commander-in-Chief in the Pacific, was expected at Valparaiso from a cruize.
1845 Harbour Service.
Jan 1848 Devonport,
20 Dec 1848 Devonport
1860 Receiving Hulk, Devonport
1861-62 fitting hulk for reserve, Devonport, per Parliamentary estimates etc.
1870 fitting hulk for reserve, Devonport.
1879 fitting hulk for reserve, Devonport.