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Type: 5th Rate ; Armament 36
Portsmouth 4 Feb 1811 Has made the signal to go out of harbour.
Portsmouth 9 Mar 1811 Sails with convoy for the Mediterranean and Portugal.
Portsmouth 7 Jul 1811 Arrived from the Mediterranean with convoy and put under quarantine.
Portsmouth 9 Jul 1811 Released from quarantine, with her convoy.
6 Sep 1811 Royal-Oak detached to the east of Barfleur the Barbadoes and Goshawk to intercept gun-brigs expected at Cherbourg : these were attack on the 7th and chased into Calvados, driving one of them on shore. The following day the Hotspur arrived off Calvados and destroyed one gun-brig and drove 2 onshore, but received much damage in the process.
Portsmouth 11 Sep 1811 Arrived much damaged from the opposite coast following an attack on a French convoy between Havre and Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 31 Oct 1811 Went out of harbour.
Portsmouth 8 Nov 1811 Sailed on a cruise.
Portsmouth 14 Nov 1811 Sailed for off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 18 Nov 1811 Sailed for off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 2 Dec 1811 Arrived from off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 2 Jan 1812 Arrived from off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 5 Jan 1812 Sailed for off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 7 Jan 1812 Arrived from Havre.
Portsmouth 8 Jan 1812 Sailed for off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 19 Mar 1812 Sailed in pursuit of a French squadron.
Portsmouth 8 Apr 1812 Sailed with the East India convoy.
Portsmouth 4 Jun 1812 Arrived from escorting an East Indian convoy.
Portsmouth 24 Jul 1812 Has put back with her convoy which sailed on the 16th into Stokes Bay.
Plymouth 24 Aug 1812 Sailed for the coast of France.
Plymouth 2 Dec 1812 Arrived from the coast of France.
Portsmouth 8 Apr 1813 Sailed for Lisbon with a convoy.
13 May 1813 captured the French privateer Imperatrice Reine at sea.
Plymouth 22 May 1813 Has sent in the French ship Empress Queen. I presume that this is the same vessel as taken on the 13th inst. ?
Plymouth 9 Oct 1813 Has sent in the Spanish ship Marquis de la Romana, from the Havanna, for Cadiz, captured by the Comet French privateer and recaptured.
26 Oct 1813 captured a U.S. privateer, the 5 gun schooner Chesapeake, with 29 men.
Plymouth 31 Oct 1813 Has detained and sent in the American schooner Chesapeake, from Nantz bound to America.
Plymouth 15 Dec 1813 Arrived from a cruise on the coast of France, having experienced dreadful weather.
Plymouth 9 Feb 1814 Sailed to the westward on a cruise.
Rio Janeiro 4 Oct 1814 Remains.