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Type: 6th rate ; Armament 22
Taken : 5 Mar 1800 ; Disposal date or year : 1806
Disposal Details : Foundered on passage from West Indies to Halifax: crew perished : Captain John Morrison
29 Mar 1800, Plymouth, 11 British seamen, who were found in arms on board L'Heureux, when captured by the Phoebe, 36 guns, Captain Barlow, are now in irons ; they pretend to be Americans.
5 Mar 1800 captured the French privateer Heureux, which was purchased into the Service.
7 Jun 1800, Plymouth, that beautiful ship L'Heureux, of 24 guns, was purchased into the service, and hauled alongside the Jetty Head to be fitted for commission.
Circa 1 Sep 1800, Capt. Bland, who so gallantly captured the Ligurian Pirate, and protected a valuable convoy in the Mediterranean, is appointed to the Heureux.
11 Sep 1800, in Hamoaze.
27 Nov 1800, Plymouth, went into the Sound.
29 Nov 1800, Plymouth, sailed on a cruise with the Beaulieu, 44, and Indefatigable, 44.
16 Aug 1801 after an action of an hour and a half, between Martinique and St. Lucia, the Guachapin captured the Spanish privateer Il Teresa, sh. 18 guns, 12 men, the Heureux, 24, being in sight.
26 Feb 1804 captured the French privateer Flebustier on the Leeward Island station.
31 May 1805 captured the French privateer Desirée on the West Indies station.
14 Jan 1806 captured the Spanish privateer Amelia, letter of marque, 8 swivels 40 men, off Trinidad.
16 Feb 1806 captured the French privateer Bellone off Barbadoes.
16 Feb 1806 captured the French privateer Bocune off Barbadoes.
8 Mar 1806 captured the French privateer Huron off Barbadoes.