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Type: 6th rate ; Armament 26
Launched : 1831 ; Disposal date or year : 1840
Disposal Details : Accidentally burnt at Plymouth, in Ordinary.
1830 Pembroke - building.
Portsmouth 29 Sep 1831 Towed out to Spithead, and to prepare for a passage to the East Indies, calling at the Cape of Good Hope.
Portsmouth 25 Oct 1831 Sailed for the Downs.
Downs 10 Nov 1831 Remains.
Calcutta, Kedgeree 2 Jun 1832 Remains.
Madras 4 July 1832 Arrived from Calcutta.
Madras 16 Aug 1832 Arrived from Malacca, with troops, and sailed 17th for Masulipatam.
Madras 27 Sep 1832 Arrived from Trincomalee,
Trincomalee 18 Oct 1832 Sailed for New South Wales.
Hobart Town 4 Jan 1833 Arrived from Swan River and sailed on the 26th for Sydney.
Sydney 2 Feb 1833 Arrived from Hobart Town.
Hobart Town 22 Feb 1833 Arrived from Sydney.
New South Wales 2 Apr 1833 Arrived from Hobart-town.
Madras 11 Oct 1833 Arrived from a cruise.
Ceylon 9 Nov 1833 Arrived from Batavia, and sailed for Madras.
Bombay 31 Jan 1834 Remains.
Mauritius 20 Jun 1834 Has recently been returned from a trip to Muscat, and has now sailed for China.
23 Jul 1834 Arrived Singapore from Malacca.
2 Aug 1834 Sailed from Singapore for China.
16 Aug 1834 has arrived Canton, from Singapore.
7 Sep 1834 in company with the Andromache and Louisa : action against the Bogue Forts prior to proceeding up to Whampoa, and returning on 22nd, and anchoring in Ling Ting Bay. See p. 273 at www.archive.org/details/royalnavyhistory06clow.
Dec 1834 reported to be due at Madras, from China.
Portsmouth 18 Apr 1835 is reported to have been at Manilla on 13 Nov 1834, en route from China.
10 May 1835 is reported to have arrived at the Cape, en route for England, with the officers and ship's company of the Algerine, said to be liable to trial by court martial..
Portsmouth 11 Jun 1836 has been commissioned at Plymouth, possibly to relieve the Castor on the North Coast of Spain.
3 Jun 1838, at Callao, with the Harrier, when the Sulphur arrived from up north : also present were the French vessels Andromede, 60, and brig Alacrité, and the US vessel North Carolina, 80, and corvette Lexington, who were all watching the motions of the belligerents, Peru and Chile.
30 Nov 1838, at Realejo, and in contact the the Captain of the Sulphur, prior to departing for San Blas.
Circa Jan 1839 in the Pacific. 27 Sep 1840 Devonport, was destroyed in a severe fire whilst in dock.