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Type: 6th rate ; Armament 24
Taken from the French in April, 1796, late Percante ;
Disposal date or year : 1814
Between Oct 1797 & Mar 1798 destroyed a French privateer, name unknown, in the West Indies.
7 Feb 1798 captured the French privateer Fortunée on the Jamaica station,.
1 Jan 1799, Capt. Samuel Brooking. On Jamaica station.
12 Feb-30 Mar 1799, captured 2 merchant vessels whilst under the command of the CinC at Jamaica.
25 Jul 1799, Plymouth, passed up the Channel with the East India, Jamaica, Lisbon, and Oporto fleets, under convoy of the Europa, Andromache, and Jamaica.
Circa 12 Mar 1801 fleet under Admiral Sir Hyde Parker sailed from Yarmouth roads for Copenhagen. 30 Mar the vessels initially detailed to take part in the forthcoming Battle of Copenhagen. 1 Apr the vessels detailed sail for Copenhagen ; the British ships held in reserve ; the Danish positions : 2 Apr the battle commences : the truce : the casualties : the wash-up :
12 Apr 1801 the fleet sailed from Copenhagen into the Baltic.
20/21 Aug 1801 ship's boats and vessels involved in action in the neighbourhood of Etaples.
22 Jul 1802 head money for those present at the Engagement at Copenhagen, on the 2d April 1801, due for payment.
19 Jun 1803 captured the Jeune Corallie.
13 Aug 1803 captured the French privateer Fanny on the Home station.
May 1805 Downs Station.