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Type: 4th rate, 50 guns
Launched : 1814 ; Disposal date or year : 1822
1813 some comments on the design and building of the Forth, Liffey, Severn, Glasgow, and Liverpool.
Deal 7 Aug 1814 Came down the river for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 11 Aug 1814 Arrived from the Downs.
Portsmouth 15 Aug 1814 Came into harbour.
Portsmouth 15 Sep 1814 Appointed to take the next convoy for Newfoundland, Quebec, and Nova Scotia.
Portsmouth 19 Sep 1814 Sailed with the convoys for Newfoundland and River St. Lawrence.
Portsmouth 22 Sep 1814 Remains at St. Helen's with the Quebec convoy, wind-bound.
Portsmouth 28 Sep 1814 Sailed with the Quebec and Newfoundland convoys.
Cork 2 Oct 1814 Arrived yesterday with a convoy from Portsmouth, last from St. Helen's, for Newfoundland, Halifax, and Quebec, and sailed yesterday, along with ships that were waiting here.
Portsmouth 11 Dec 1814 Arrived from the coast of America.
Portsmouth 25 Jan 1815 To proceed to Plymouth at daylight tomorrow morning.
Plymouth 28 Jan 1815 Returned, driven in by contrary winds.
Portsmouth circa 28 Feb 1816 Arrived from the Cape of Good Hope.
Portsmouth 11 Jul 1818 Is due to sail for India Saturday with specie, weather permitting, calling at Mauritius and Trincolmalee.
Trincomalee 18 Aug 1819 At the Mauritius.
Port Louis 2 Sep 1819 Sails for Bombay to prepare for an expedition against the pirates in the Persian Gulf. Whilst here she has captured 4 slave vessels.
Expedition to Ras-al-Khyma, Gulf of Persia, late 1819, with the Eden and Curlew, where the works were taken and destroyed and all the piratical vessels in port were burnt or sunk. See p. 234 at www.archive.org/details/royalnavyhistory06clow.
Madras 25 Jun 1820 In the roads.
Madras 2 Jun 1821 Had gone to Bombay to repair, and to fit out the Ganges, a new ship, of 84 guns, lately launched there, which the crew of the Liverpool were to bring to England.
27 Nov 1821 Is in commission and based in the East Indies.