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Type: Brig/Sloop ; Armament 16
Launched : 19 Oct 1846 ; Disposal date or year : 1865
BM: 481 tons
Jan 1846 by Sir W. Symonds, half built, at Pembroke.
11 Aug 47 detained a slave brig, Name Unknown. 11 April 1849 Tonnage Bounty due for payment.
25 Aug 1847 detained the slave vessel Theodozia / Theodosia, which was sent for adjudication to the Vice-Admiralty Court at Sierra Leone, and sentenced to be condemned. 28 Oct 1849 proceeds arising due for payment.
20 Dec 1848 East Indies.
Feb/Mar 1849 The Statesman reports that the Mariner, at Woosung, was sent to the aid of the wreck of the Elizabeth and Henry, lost on the Loo Choo Islands, but was unable to get her off, returning to port with the ship's stores and remainder of the crew not previously rescued by whalers.
5 Jan 1850 The Freak from Shanghai reports the drowning of the Rev. Mr. Lowder, Chaplain to the British residents at Shanghai, September last, whilst swimming off an island near Chusan, where he and his wife were on a cruise onboard the Mariner.
8 Apr 1857 arrived Havana from Pearl Island.
18 Apr 1857 departed Havana for England.