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Type: 5th rate ; Armament 32 (12-pounder)
Launched : 1804 ; Disposal date or year : 1815
23 Mar 1805 Convoy to West Indies
Circa 16 Oct 1805 captured the French brig-corvette Naïade. Taken into the RN as Melville.
6 Aug 1806 Jason, Hart, Maria and Tobago captured the ship Hercules, Rising, Master, for which an account was lodged at the Registry at the High Court of Admiralty circa 10 Aug 1810.
27 Jan 1807 re-captured the late British sloop of war Favourite.
22 Jan 1809 Hazard, Cleopatra and Jason, cruising off Gaudeloupe, captured the French 40-gun frigate Topaze, which was added to the British navy by the name of Alcmène.
Portsmouth 7 May 1811 Appointed to convoy for Newfoundland and Quebec.
Plymouth 26 Dec 1811 Arrived with a convoy.
Portsmouth 18 Feb 1812 Is fitting for foreign service.
Portsmouth 1 Mar 1812 Takes convoy for the West Indies.
Falmouth 12 Mar 1812 Put in with a convoy bound to the West Indies.
Portsmouth 1 Jan 1813 Arrived from Newfoundland.
Portsmouth 22 Jan 1813 Arrived from the Downs.
Deal 29 Jun 1813 Arrived from the north-east.
Deal 23 May 1814 Remains.
Deal 28 May 1814 Arrived from Helvoetsluys.
Deal 29 Jun 1814 Arrived from Calais.
Deal 14 Jul 1814 Arrived from Boulogne.
Deal 26 Jul 1814 Arrived from Boulogne.
Deal 10 Aug 1814 Passed by, at the back of the Goodwin Sand, with the Royal Standard flying, having on board HRH the Princess of Wales.
Deal 22 Aug 1814 Arrived from Cuxhaven.
Deal 24 Aug 1814 Remains.
Deal 31 Aug 1814 Arrived from Brighton.
Deal 2 Sep 1814 Sailed for Cork.
Cork 9 Sep 1814 Supposedly unfit for sea, and to be sent back to England.
Cork 20 Sep 1814 Arrived from a cruise.
Cork 26 Sep 1814 Remains with her convoy due to contrary winds.