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Type: Tender ; Armament ?
Launched : 1820 ; Disposal date or year : 1847
Portsmouth 12 Nov 1831 Arrived from a cruise.
Deal 19 Nov 1832 Remains.
Deal 19 Nov 1832 Remains.
Portsmouth 16 Jan 1833 Arrived from a cruise.
Downs 14 Feb 1833 Remains.
Portsmouth 8 Jun 1833 Is in dock.
Portsmouth 22 Jun 1833 In harbour.
Portsmouth 29 Jun 1833 In Harbour.
Portsmouth 23 Sep 1833 In harbour.
Portsmouth 14 Dec 1833 In harbour.
Portsmouth 21 Dec 1833 In Harbour.
Off Padstow 21 Jan 1834 Passed wreck, bottom up.
Portsmouth 26 Apr 1834 Crew fitting out the Royal George yacht for sea.
Portsmouth 14 Jun 1834 Is to be laid up in the absence of the Royal George yacht.
2 Feb 1835 The cutters Fanny, Emerald and Speedy tested their sailing qualities at Portsmouth this week.
Portsmouth 25 Mar 1836 has sailed to the East to recruit men for the ships commissioning.
Portsmouth 16 Apr 1836 Pantaloon arrived Thursday from Cork with 26 volunteers for the various ships commissioning, 19 of whom, for the Hercules, will be sent round to Chatham in the Emerald.
Portsmouth 7 May 1836 sailed yesterday for Killybegs for volunteer seamen for the ships due to commission shortly.
Portsmouth 8 Oct 1836 arrived Plymouth from Cork (27 Sep), following exercises in the Channel with the Experimental Squadron.
Portsmouth 25 Feb 1837 the Cracker and Emerald are reported to be employed on fishery protection duties on the Sussex Coast.
Spithead 30 Sep 1837 the Hyacinth is due to sail Tuesday with the Emerald tender and 2 cutters for off Brighton whilst her majesty is in residence at the Pavilion.
20 April 1839 Portsmouth sailed with Admiral Durham's baggage and servants for Leith. 1 Jun 1839 Second Master Richard 0. Stuart appointed to the Royal George, for service in the Emerald tender. 1 Jul 1839 Second Master William Forster (additional) appointed to the Britannia, for service in the Emerald tender. 28 Dec 1839 Portsmouth In Dock. 14 Mar 1840 Plymouth arrived from Portsmouth and returned the same day. 20 Mar 1840 Portsmouth sailed with supernumeraries for Sheerness. 24 Apr 1840 arrived Plymouth from Portsmouth. 25 Apr 1840 Portsmouth, sailed Monday with newly-entered men for Plymouth and returned to-day. 17 Jul 1840 sailed from Portsmouth for Plymouth, with men for the Rodney. 3 Oct 1840 Portsmouth, The Emerald and Mercury, tenders, have sailed to-day for Jersey and Weymouth, to collect volunteers at those places for the navy. 10 Oct 1840 Portsmouth, arrived yesterday with volunteers from Guernsey. 12 Dec 1840 Portsmouth, sailed for Devonport, with supernumeraries for the ships at that port. 26 Dec 1840 arrived at Portsmouth from Plymouth, with newly raised men. 29 Dec 1840 Portsmouth, sailed for Plymouth, with men. 31 Dec 1840 Plymouth, arrived from Portsmouth. 27 Feb 1841, Portsmouth, had sailed for Devonport, with marines for the Plymouth division, and men paid off from the Satellite. 6 Mar 1841, Portsmouth, sails with Lieutenant Caffin, of the Excellent, who is to inspect the gun-carriages of the ships at Plymouth. 9 Apr 1841, Portsmouth, sailed for Devonport, with seamen gunners for the Cornwallis. 19 Jun 1841, Portsmouth, arrived to-day from Devonport with seamen. 11 Sep 1841, Second Master W. Mills, appointed to the Royal George, for service of Emerald tender 19 Oct 1841, Portsmouth, arrived from the westward. 13 Nov 1841, Portsmouth, brought in newly raised men from Bridport. 10 Dec 1841, Portsmouth, arrived. 23 Dec 1841, Plymouth, tender to the Caledonia.