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Type: Sloop ; Armament 18 (when sold in 1819 = 26)
Disposal date or year : 1819
BM: 425 tons
29 Jan 1810 Jalouse and Phoenix captured the French privateer Charles at sea.
Plymouth 23 Jan 1811 Came in from the Eastward.
Cork 18 Sep 1811 Is fitting for a cruise.
Cork 27 Sep 1811 Expected to sail on Sunday on a cruise.
Cork 8 Oct 1811 Has the signal flying for a convoy to Lisbon.
Cork 21 Oct 1811 Remains.
Cork 3 Nov 1811 Put back with the convoy that sailed for Lisbon on the 27 Oct., after experiencing most dreadful weather.
Plymouth 18 Jun 1812 Arrived from Cork.
Cork 23 Dec 1812 Arrived on Monday, after seeing convoy to Cadiz and a month's cruise, during which time she captured, to the westward of the Great Belt, two American brigs.
Cove 9 Jul 1813 Arrived on Monday after seeing convoy as far as Gibraltar and was put under quarantine.
Plymouth 10 Nov 1813 Arrived 4 days from St. Andero with a convoy of transports with sick and wounded troops and some French prisoners.
Plymouth 1 Jan 1814 Sailed for Ireland with a convoy of transports, with the 1st Militia on board.
Cork 6 Jan 1814 Arrived from Plymouth with a convoy of transports, having the First Somerset militia on board.
Cork 10 Jan 1814 Sailed to look after any heavy sailers or stragglers from the West Indies convoy.
Plymouth 15 Feb 1814 Came in from Cork.
8 Mar 1819 put up for sale at Chatham.