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Type: Brig-sloop ; Armament 10
Launched : 1808 ; Disposal date or year : 1829
Plymouth 3 Feb 1811 Arrived from the westward.
Plymouth 20 Feb 1811 Sailed for Lisbon.
Plymouth 10 Apr 1811 Came in with transports, having sick and convalescent troops on board.
Plymouth 25 May 1811 Came in from a cruise.
Portsmouth 22 Aug 1811 Arrived from Plymouth.
Portsmouth 23 Aug 1811 Sailed for Plymouth.
Plymouth 29 Sep 1811 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 30 Sep 1811 Arrived from the westward.
Plymouth 3 Nov 1811 Arrived from a cruise.
Portsmouth 14 Nov 1811 Arrived with a convoy from Plymouth.
Portsmouth 17 Nov 1811 Sailed for Plymouth.
Plymouth 23 Nov 1811 Arrived from Portsmouth.
Plymouth 24 Nov 1811 Arrived from Portsmouth.
Plymouth 2 Jan 1812 Arrived with a convoy from the westward.
Portsmouth 22 Jan 1812 Sailed to resume station off Cherbourg.
Plymouth 22 Feb 1812 Arrived from Basque Roads.
Cawsand Bay 25 Feb 1812 Struck by lightning in the storm, but no lives were lost.
Plymouth 23 Apr 1812 Re-captured two vessels laden with timber which had been taken by the French row-boat privateer Espadron.
Plymouth 11 Jun 1812 Sailed on a cruise to the westward.
Plymouth 15 Jun 1812 Arrived from a cruise.
25 Jun 1812 captured the French privateer Zulma.
Plymouth 6 Jul 1812 Came in from a cruise.
Plymouth Dock 5 Nov 1812 Arrived with stores, from Ringmore.
Scilly Isles 3 Nov 1812 Came in the day before yesterday the Foxhound and Helicon from a cruise. Yesterday a large schooner privateer hove in sight to the S.W. of the island ; the Foxhound and Helicon instantly got under weigh, and are now in chase of her.
Plymouth 21 Nov 1812 Sailed to the eastward.
Torbay 1 Dec 1812 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 19 Jan 1813 Arrived from a cruise in the Channel.
Plymouth 22 Mar 1813 Has detained and sent in the American schooner Messenger, from Bourdeaux, bound to Philadelphia.
Plymouth 23 Mar 1813 Arrived from a cruise, with a detained American schooner.
Plymouth 28 Aug 1813 Sailed with a convoy for Portsmouth.
Plymouth 5 Sep 1813 Arrived from Portsmouth.
Plymouth 30 Oct 1813 Sent in the ship Collin, from Bristol, bound to Trinidad, captured by the True Blooded Yankee, and re-captured.
Islands of Scilly 7 Dec 1813 Sailed to the westward.
22 Dec 1813 captured the French privateer Revenant.
Plymouth 23 Dec 1813 Has arrived with the Revenant French schooner, her prize.
Portsmouth 28 Feb 1814 Arrived from the North Coast of Spain.
Falmouth 1 Apr 1814 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 8 Jun 1814 Sailed on a cruise.
Falmouth 9 Jul 1814 Arrived from Bordeaux.
Plymouth 15 Aug 1814 Sailed on a cruise.
Plymouth 9 Nov 1814 Came in from a cruise.
Plymouth 25 Jan 1815 Sailed on a cruise.
Plymouth 8 Feb 1815 Taken and sent in the American ship Plutarch from Charleston for Bourdeaux.
27 Nov 1821 Is in commission and based on Plymouth.
Milford 23 July 1822 Picked up a hogshead of lard marked WM. No. 3 off Dunleary, which has been deposited in the warehouse of the Deputy Vice Admiral for the county of Pembroke.
Barbadoes 8 Feb 1825 Arrived from Honduras.
6 Jan 1827 Based on the Cape of Good Hope.
Carthagena 20 Apr 1828 Waiting to convey the ratification of their independence to England.
Cape of Good Hope 18 May 1828 Reported to be in the region of Delagoa bay, West Coast of Africa.
Woolwich 23 May 1829 Paid off.