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Type: Coastguard vessel ; Armament 2
Launched : 1864 ; Disposal date or year : 1903
Displacement: 300 tons
8 Feb 1871 William Tubbs, Second Mate of the Coastguard vessel Imogene, was court martialled on board the Royal Adelaide for being drunk on board the Vengeance hulk on 30 Jan. He pleased guilty, and taking into account his excellent character adjudged him to forfeit one year as a second mate and to be dismissed his ship.
11 Feb 1871 carried out a satisfactory trial of her machinery at Plymouth.
15 Feb 1871, departed for the River Shannon, but off Plymouth fell in with the bark Janet, E. Bishop, Nassau, heading for Hamburg, whose captain was drunk and incapable, following which the Imogene towed the Janet into Plymouth to be dealt with by the Customs.
1884 Renamed Argus