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Type: Brig ; Armament 6
Launched : 1808 ; Disposal date or year : 1838
17-18 May 1809 Goldfinch chased and engaged the French corvette Mouche, which broke-off the engagement : 21st Mouche engaged the British hired armed lugger Black-Joke and then stood away for the harbour of San-Andero. 10 Jun., Mouche, with a French gun-brig and schooner were captured by the British 38-gun frigates Amelia and Statira.
Falmouth 9 Apr 1811 Sailed with a convoy to the eastward,
Plymouth 11 Jul 1811 is reported to have been struck by lightning on the coast of Spain.
Plymouth Dock 23 Sep 1811 Arrived from the coast of Spain, and anchored in the Sound.
Plymouth 24 Mar 1812 Came in from Corunna and Cork, having had to throw her guns overboard in the gale.
Plymouth 11 Sep 1812 Arrived from Basque Roads.
Plymouth 12 Sep 1812 Sailed on a cruise.
Plymouth 9 Oct 1812 Sailed for the coast of France.
Plymouth 18 Nov 1812 Sailed on a cruise.
Plymouth 27 Nov 1812 Sailed for Basque Roads.
Plymouth 13 Jan 1813 Detained and sent in an American ship from New York to Bourdeaux.
Plymouth 30 Jan 1813 Arrived from a cruise off the Western Isles.
Plymouth 15 Aug 1813 Arrived from the north west of Spain.
Plymouth 11 Sep 1813 Sailed.
Plymouth 16 Apr 1814 Arrived from off Rochelle.
Plymouth 6 Jul 1814 Arrived with a convoy from Bordeaux.
Plymouth 6 Oct 1814 Appointed convoy to Bordeaux and ports in the Bay, and will sail in a day or two.
Falmouth 17 Oct 1814 Arrived from Plymouth for Liverpool.
Falmouth 20 Oct 1814 Sailed for Liverpool, with a small convoy.
Plymouth Dock 9 Nov 1814 Arrived from a cruise.
Falmouth 30 Nov 1814 Arrived from Plymouth to take vessels for Spain, Portugal and the Mediterranean to Plymouth to join their convoy.
Falmouth 2 Dec 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Spain, Portugal and Mediterranean, to join the Meander and Amaranthe.
Liverpool 7 Feb 1815 Arrived from Bermuda.
Falmouth 11 Mar 1815 Arrived from a cruise.
Falmouth 8 Aug 1815 Sailed with mail for Jamaica.
Portsmouth 6 Dec 1815 Arrived from the Brazils.
Dec 1827 packet based on the Falmouth station : Commanding officer: Lt. John Walkie.
At sea 23 Jul 1829 Whilst bound for Halifax, spoken with at lat. 43, long. 28, by the Opossum (packet), now arrived Falmouth.
Vera Cruz 14 Jan 1830 Sailed for Havannah.
Havannah 31 Jan 1830 Sailed for Falmouth.
Falmouth 5 Mar 1830 Arrived from the West Indies.
Falmouth 30 Jun 1830 Arrived from Plymouth.
Falmouth 10 Oct 1831 Arrived from Lisbon (2d).
Jamaica 19 Jul 1833 Arrived from Falmouth, with the mails.
Portsmouth 2 May 1835 arrived Bahia from Falmouth 15 Feb.
16 Nov 1835 touched at Madeira.
Tampico 21 Nov 1836 sailed for Vera Cruz.
Vera Cruz 30 Nov 1836 sailed for Havannah.
Havannah 18 Dec 1836 sailed for Falmouth.
Falmouth 14 Jan 1837 arrived with the Mexican mails dated 30 Nov.