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Type: Hired Armed Lugger ; Armament 14 (12 x 12-pdr. carronades and 2 x fours)
Hired : 1799 ; Disposal date or year : 1801
19-21 Apr 1800 departed Yarmouth Roads for Vlie Passage on a cruise. On arriving a French cutter privateer, name unknown, was sighted, which ran on shore, but was unable to get in sufficiently close to destroy the vessel which was reported to be of 10 guns and 36 men, and to have been got off and taken to Texel Road.
25 Apr 1800 capture of the French cutter privateer Impregnable, 14 guns.
Circa 12 Mar 1801 fleet under Admiral Sir Hyde Parker sailed from Yarmouth roads for Copenhagen.
30 Mar 1801 Copenhagen : reconnoitred the enemy's defences with the commander-in-chief, Vice-admiral Lord Nelson, and Rear-admiral Graves, accompanied by Captain Domett, and the commanding officer of the troops on board.
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.
22 Jul 1802 head money for those present at the Engagement at Copenhagen, on the 2d April 1801, due for payment.