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Type: Brig ; Armament 18
Taken : 1797 ; Disposal date or year : 1807
6 Jan 1799, at Harwich
13 Feb 1799, captured French privateer brig Le Jason, 14 guns, and 52 men, out of the Texel, and belonging to Dunkirk.
10 Apr 1799 in company with the cutters Phoenix and Nancy captured the brig Maria.
12 Apr 1799 in company with the cutter Nancy captured Unvernhoft and Cargo.
14 Apr 1799 in company with the cutter Nancy re-captured the Friendship.
29 Jun 1799, the boats of the Circe, Jalouse, Pylades, Espeigle, Tysiphone to proceed on the night of the 27th Inst. to cut out some gun-vessels, but they had been moved with the ebb tide, and were aground when the boats got in, where it was impossible to get near them. The boats were therefore ordered to cut out as many Vessels from the Wadde as it might be practicable to bring away, and they succeeded in getting out 12, without a man being killed or wounded. 6 of the Vessels have valuable cargoes, and the others are in ballast.
29 Nov 1799 captured, in the North Sea, the French privateer Fantaisie, 14 guns and 60 men, of Dunkirk, which had the day before taken four laden colliers off Flambro' Head. Have rescued four masters, and thirty-five British seamen, has retaken one of the prizes, the Sally of Lynn, and is in hopes of retaking some of the others.
8 Apr 1800 captured the French privateer cutter Inattendu, 2 guns and 25 men, left Ostend on Wednesday last.
20 Jul 1800, Portsmouth, arrived with the Osprey, 18, and a convoy from the Downs.
14 Jun 1803 ship's boats capture a French brig and schooner from off the French coast.
May 1805 Mediterranean
23 Nov 1807 prize money resulting from the capture of the brig Maria and the Unvernhoft and Cargo ; also the salvage money resulting from the re-capture of the Friendship, due for payment in the near future, the account of sales having been delivered to the registry of the High Court of Admiralty.