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Type: Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1813 ; Disposal date or year : 1845
BM: 387 tons
Deal 27 Jun 1813 Arrived from Flushing.
Deal 29 Jun 1813 Sailed this morning with a convoy of transports with troops and ordnance stores for the Baltic.
Portsmouth 25 Jul 1813 Arrived from the Downs.
Plymouth 3 Aug 1813 Arrived from Portsmouth.
Plymouth 4 Aug 1813 Remains with her convoy of transports etc. for St. Andero.
Portsmouth 17 Aug 1813 Sailed with a convoy to Cork.
Portsmouth 18 Aug 1813 Put back with the outward-bound convoy for Cork.
Portsmouth 19 Aug 1813 Sailed this morning, with the wind at North ; but it shifting to the westward, they are now coming back to port.
17 Oct 1813, arrived Halifax, from Cork.
11 Nov 1813, arrived Halifax, the brig Ann, from Teignmouth to Newfoundland, captured by an American privateer, and recaptured by the Jaseur.
2 May 1814 captured a U.S. privateer, the 4 gun schooner Grecian, with 27 men.
6 Jun 1814 the Loire and Jasseur join the St.-Lawrence and ships' boats of the Albion and Dragon, but having retreated in to shallow water US flotilla remained safe.
15 Jun 1814 Narcissus joined the squadron in Chesapeake bay and various boats expeditions were carried out.
4 Jul 1814 the Severn arrived in Chesapeake bay. 19 Jul-12 Aug 1814 the arrival of a battalion of marines, and a detachment of marine artillery enabled the squadron to mount further expeditions ashore using the ships' boats of the Albion, Dragon, Loire, Jasseur, Narcissus, Severn and St.-Lawrence.
1 Sep 1814, arrived Halifax, 10 days from the Chesapeake.
7 Oct 1814, the Severn arrived Halifax, from the Chesapeake, with the brigs Rifleman, and Jasseur.
20 Mar 1815, reported to be at Bermuda.
22 May 1815, arrived Halifax, from Bermuda.
29 Jun 1815, arrived Halifax, from a cruise and would appear to have detained and brought into harbour 8 American fishing vessels which were found at Ragged Island, a part of Nova Scotia. Escort also had similar problems about this time off Cape Canso.
5 Jul 1815 arrived Liverpool, N.S., from Halifax.
20 Jul 1815, arrived Halifax, from a cruise.
3 Sep 1815, arrived Halifax, in 18 days from Quebec.
27 Oct 1815 arrived Halifax, from a cruise to the westward.
4 Dec 1815, arrived Halifax, in 10 days from Bermuda.
5 Feb 1816, departed New York, for Bermuda.
31 Mar 1816, arrived Halifax, in 7 days from Bermuda, with the English mail for February.
24 May 1816, departed Halifax, for Bermuda.
26 Jun 1816, arrived Halifax, from Bermuda.
27 Nov 1821 Is in commission and based at Halifax.
Rio Janeiro 26 April 1825 Daily expected.
6 Jan 1827 Employed in the on the South America Station.
Callao 1 Apr 1827 Is reported to have sailed for San Blas.
Callao Jul 1827 Expected to call in on her way back to England.
Isle of France 25 Apr 1829 Arrived with specie.
Cape of Good Hope 15 Oct 1829 Reported to be in New South Wales.
1830 Cape of Good Hope station.
Port Louis, Mauritius, 24 Jun 1832 Marines from on board were supporting the civil authority ashore, prior to the sailing of this vessel, today, for England.
Portsmouth 20 Jul 1833 To be brought forward for commission.
Sheerness 4 Jan 1834 Fitting out.
Malta 1 Aug 1834 On the coast of Spain.
Gibraltar 1 Oct 1834 Remains, occasionally cruising on the coast of Spain.
1 Jul 1835 on the Coast of Spain.
14 Nov 1835 is reported to be on the south coast of Spain.
2 Jan 1835 Reported to be on the Gibraltar and coast of Spain station.
13 Jan 1835 is reported to have departed Gibraltar for Malaga.
31 Jan 1835 is reported to be on the Coast of Spain.
7 Feb 1835 at Gibraltar.
Malta 12 Mar 1835 the Childers is understood to be relieving the Jaseur on the coast of Spain.
Plymouth 2 Jun 1837 was paid off Wednesday.
5 May 1839 Malta, As soon as the repairs to the Princess Charlotte are completed, the Admiral will sail for the Levant with the Vanguard, Minden, Asia, Rhadamanthus, and Jaseur. 8 May 1839 Malta, Jaseur sailed to Corfu with orders from Admiral Stopford for the Rodney, Talavera, Bellerophon, and Castor, not to return to Malta, but to proceed directly to the Levant where the Admiral expected to join them in due course with the remainder of the fleet. 19 May 1839 Malta the Rodney, Bellerophon and Talavera, sailed from Corfu prior to the arrival of the Jaseur, with her despatches, arriving here on 15th inst., and the Castor on the 16th. The projected cruise has now been cancelled. 12 Oct 1839 is reported to be on the coast of Spain. 2 April 1840 Malta, arrived from Corfu. 10 Apr 1840 Malta, the Bellerophon and Jaseur sailed for Messina, Palermo, and Naples, followed shortly by the Hydra 25 May 1840 at Malta. 27 May 1840 Gibraltar, arrived from Malta, to relieve the Wasp. 23 Jul 1840 Gibraltar was in the Bay. 20 Aug 1840 was at Gibraltar. 21 Nov 1840 Purser Edward Heaslop (from Jaseur), appointed to Cyclops ; 21 Nov 1840 Purser Young (from the Admiral's office, Princess Charlotte), appointed to Jaseur. 3 Apr 1841 at Gibraltar, 14 Apr 1841 at Gibraltar. 12 Jun 1841 Plymouth, went out to the Sound, and waits for orders. 26 Jun 1841 is reported at Portsmouth to have arrived at Gibraltar station. 4 Jul 1841 at Gibraltar. 22 Jul 1841 at Gibraltar. 20 Jul 1841 Gibraltar, sailed on a cruise. 17 Oct 1841 arrived at Gibraltar from Tangier. 18 Dec 1841 Commander William Alexander Willis, appointed to the Jaseur. 29 Oct 1842 advertised for sale at Portsmouth.