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Type: 5th rate ; Armament 38
Launched : 31 May 1813 ; Disposal date or year : 1885
BM: 1088 tons
Portsmouth 25 Oct 1813 Will sail tomorrow with the convoy for the Brazils and the Cape of Good Hope.
Portsmouth 28 Oct 1813 Remains with the Brazils and Cape of Good Hope, with convoy.
Portsmouth 4 Nov 1813 Will sail tomorrow with convoy to the Cape of Good Hope.
Madeira 1 Jan 1813 Sailed with her convoy for the Brazils.
Madeira 21 Dec 1813 Arrived all safe, although it is reported that small-pox had broken out on board.
Portsmouth 23 Nov 1814 Arrived from the Cape of Good Hope with a convoy from the Cape and points East.
Portsmouth 29 Nov 1814 Came into harbour.
Portsmouth 20 Jul 1833 To be brought forward for commission.
10 Oct 1840 Portsmouth, A Court Martial was held on Friday an board the Britannia for the trial of Mr. T. Barry, boatswain of the Laurel for being drunk in bed with his wife, and incapable of moving, between the hours of 10 and 11, with a light burning in his cabin, near a curtain on the night of the 1st instant. The charges were proved, but in consideration of the high character formerly borne, and the testimonials produced, the court sentenced him to be dismissed from his office of boatswain in the Royal navy, and adjudged him to serve three years as a patty officer. Jan 1848 Portsmouth, in Ordinary (reserve)
20 Dec 1848 Portsmouth.
1860 Portsmouth, re-rated as a 42
1864 Harbour Service
1870 Floating Lavatory, Portsmouth
1879 Late Floating Lavatory, Portsmouth
Type: Destroyer ; Armament 3-4", 1-2 pdr. pom-pom,
Launched : 1914 ; Disposal date or year : 1921
Displacement: 965-975 tons
5 Aug 1914 left Harwich as a part of the 3rd Flotilla, under the command of the Amphion, to carry out a search and sweep for enemy craft - Königen Louise sunk - see p. 132 www.naval-review.org/issues/1917.pdf.