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Type: Tender ; Armament ?
Acquired : circa 1828 ;
13 Nov 1828 Horatio, tender to the Eden, detained, off Fernando Po, the Dutch slave schooner La Coquette, Emile Vincent, master, with 220 slaves on board, which was condemned on 26 Jan 1829 by the British and Netherlands Mixed Court of Justice at Sierra Leone and on 16 Dec 1828 sentenced to be condemned and the surviving 183 slaves emancipated.
25 Nov 1828 Clarence Cove, Fernando Po.
2 Dec 1828 departed with the French slave brig Neirsée, alias Estafette, with 280 slaves on board, under a prize crew, to Sierra Leone for adjudication : en route to Sierra Leone 2 of the prize crew fell sick and were replaced by 2 of the original crew of Neirsée who were serving on board the Horatio.
19 Dec 1828 the Neirsée parted with the Horatio in a squall.
24 Dec 1828 the crew of Neirsée over-powered the prize crew wounding 2 of the Eden's men in the process.
23 Jan 1829 the Neirsée arrived at the French island of Deseada, before proceeding to Guadaloupe where the slaves were landed along with 9 free negroes known as Kroomen, who were treated as slaves by the French.
Type: Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1794 ;
14 Jan 1799, Portsmouth, arrived from before Havre-de-Grace.
28 Jan 1799, Portsmouth, sailed with the Blonde and Inconstant for Guernsey.
13 Mar 1799, Plymouth, arrived the with the Plymouth, Lugger, with a convoy of coasters from the Downs.
2 Apr 1799, Plymouth, arrived, from a cruise.
6 Apr 1799, Plymouth, sailed with a convoy to the eastward.
16 Dec 1799, Portsmouth, arrived from the Downs.
27 Dec 1799, Plymouth, passed by to the westward.
15 Jan 1801 captured a vessel from a convoy off Guadeloupe.
17 Jan 1801 captured the French schooner Éclair, purchased into the service.
May 1805 Plymouth In Ordinary