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Type: Gun brig ; Armament 12
Launched : 1812 ; Disposal date or year : 1833
BM: 180 tons
Deal 27 Dec 1812 Sailed for off the Texel.
Portsmouth 7 Mar 1813 To be ready to sail with her convoy, for Newfoundland, on the first fair wind.
6 Jul 1813 arrived Halifax in company with the Emulous.
Circa Jul 1813 captured the ship Flor de Jago. 14 Jul 1813, arrived Halifax, the brig Ohio, from Lisbon, sent in by the Manly.
15 Jul 1813, arrived Halifax.
2 Aug 1813, near the American coast captured the American ship Hope, from Batavia. with a valuable cargo, and $30,000 in specie. The vessel had been previously captured by the Racoon and then by the American privateer Fox. 3 Aug 1813, it is reported at Halifax that the Manly had detained a brig, under Portuguese colours, bound from Lisbon to Boston.
5 Aug 1813, arrived Halifax with the American ship Hope.
20 Aug 1814 the frigates Severn and Hebrus, brig-sloop Manly sent up the river Patuxent to follow the boats up the river as far as might prove practicable.
20 Sep 1813, arrived Halifax, from a cruise.
23 Oct 1813, arrived Halifax, with the Hogue and Tenedos, from a cruise.
31 Oct 1813, arrived Halifax, from a cruise.
11 Nov 1813, the Epervier, Fantome, and Manly, arrived Halifax, from a cruise.
2 Feb 1814, Thistle and Manly, arrived St. John's, N.B., from Halifax, with volunteers for the Lakes.
4 Mar 1814, the Curlew, Capt. M. Head, and Manly, Lieut. Hare, arrived Halifax from St. John's, N.B.
18 Apr 1814, arrived Halifax, with the transport Lord Somers, 6 days from St. John's, N.B., with men from the 2nd Batt. of the 8th Regt., with women and children. It is reported that a privateer engaged the Lord Somers, but was driven off and chased by the Nymphe.
29 Apr 1814, arrived Halifax, from a cruise, and had chased an American privateer for 2 days before handing the chase over to the Nymphe.
12-14 Dec 1814 boats of the fleet, congregating for the assault on New Orleans, including the Armide, Seahorse and Tonnant, assisted by the Manly and Meteor involved in actions against gun-boats etc.
Portsmouth 22 Jul 1815 Sailed.
Halifax 19 Oct 1829 Sailed to Bermuda for the winter months.
Bermuda 30 Oct 1829 Refitting.
12 Dec 1829 Is reported to be wintering at Newfoundland.
1830 Halifax station.
Portsmouth 23 Nov 1833 To be sold out of the service.
30 Aug 1833 offered for sale at Portsmouth in a Dutch auction, and withdrawn at £650, there being no bidders.
Portsmouth 23 Nov 1833 sold out of the service for £550.