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Type: Gun brig ; Armament 14
Taken : 1798 ; Disposal date or year : 1818
1805 Jersey Station Lieutenant John Row Morris
7 Mar - Apr 1809 had arrived in Basque roads. 11 Apr the use of fire ships, explosion-vessels, and Congreve rockets against the French fleet at Basque roads and the results thereof. 12 Apr attempt made to destroy grounded French vessels, following the previous night's attack.
Plymouth 18 Aug 1811 On completion of her repairs is to be re-launched on 16 Sept.
Plymouth Dock 16 Sep 1811 Launched at 3.20 pm, following a refit.
Plymouth 23 Nov 1811 Sailed for the Downs.
Deal 2 Jan 1812 Sailed to resume her station of the French coast.
Deal 9 Feb 1812 Sailed to resume her station off the French coast.
Deal 24 Feb 1812 Sailed to give assistance to a ship standing to the westward, back of the Sands, under jury masts.
Deal 1 Mar 1812 Sailed to resume her station off the French coast.
Plymouth 29 Sep 1812 Has taken and sent in the French chasse maree La Providence, with a cargo of salt, captured on the 20th inst. by the ship's boats, under heavy fire from a shore battery.
Swansea 19 Oct 1812 Is driven on shore on the east side of the harbour, along with a great number of merchant vessels.
Plymouth 5 Dec 1812 Arrived from Basque Roads.
Plymouth 9 Jan 1813 Has been refitted and is now anchored in the Sound.
Yarmouth 26 Dec 1813 Sailed with the Bustler gun brig, lately captured by the boats of the Horatio and Amphion frigates, and Solebay, Insolent and Leveret.
Plymouth 14 Feb 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Spain.
Plymouth 8 Apr 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Bordeaux and Spain.
Plymouth 7 Sep 1814 Came in with a convoy, from Bourdeaux and other ports in the Bay.
Cove 4 Sep 1814 Arrived from Passages, with a convoy of transports.
Falmouth 5 Oct 1814 Sailed to the westward.
Deal 10 Sep 1815 Arrived from the westward and sailed for the river to be paid off.