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Type: Sloop ;
Launched : 1807 ; Disposal date or year : 1818
11 Oct 1810 captured the French privateer Temeraire at sea.
Portsmouth 6 Mar 1811 Put back for Spithead having sailed yesterday for off Cherbourg.
Yarmouth 7 Jul 1811 Sailed for the westward.
Portsmouth 28 Jul 1811 Sailed for Nova Scotia.
Plymouth 30 Jul 1811 Passed by with a convoy to Quebec.
Plymouth 25 Oct 1811 Sailed with a convoy up Channel.
Deal 27 Oct 1811 Arrived from Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 8 Jan 1812 Arrived from the Downs, to refit.
Torbay 6 Feb 1812 Sailed for station on the Bass Isle.
Torbay 11 Feb 1812 Sailed to cruise off the Coast of France.
Falmouth 4 Jul 1812 Sailed for Portsmouth.
9 Jan 1813 captured the Spanish brig Teneriffe on the N.A. & W. Indies station : sent to Porto Cabello. Kingston, Jamaica, 23 Jan 1813 Whilst in chase of some privateers off the island of Beata she grounded and it was feared would be obliged to throw her guns overboard before she could be extricated.
Portsmouth 27 Apr 1813 Arrived from a cruize.
27 Jul 1813, Bedford departed Halifax, N.S., with the Cyane, and Fawn, and a convoy for England, which appears to have included vessels from the West Indies.
Isles of Scilly 26 Aug 1813 arrived with a convoy from Jamaica and Nova Scotia.
Deal 4 Sep 1813 Arrived with a convoy from Jamaica and Nova Scotia, which are passing through the Downs for the river, with a fine breeze from the south-west.
Plymouth 20 Sep 1813 Arrived from Portsmouth, with a convoy of transports with troops.