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Type: Brig ; Armament 14 (12 x long 6 pdr ; 2 x 36 pdr carronades)
Taken : 29 May 1797 ; Disposal date or year : 1807
BM: 349 tons
French complement: 135
29 May 1797 cutting out of the French brig Mutine from Santa-Cruz by the boats of the Lively and Minerve. Taken into service of the RN ; Lieutenant Thomas Masterman Hardy given command by Earl St Vincent
5 Jun 1798 Joined Nelson in the Vanguard, with news that 10 sail of the line was on its way to join his squadron.
1-3 Aug 1798 Assisted the Culloden off the reef on which she was grounded in Aboukir Bay following the Battle of the Nile.
13 Aug 1798 sailed from Aboukir Bay for Naples with despatches from R.-Adm Nelson, this vessel now under the command of Captain the Honourable Thomas Bladen Capel.
2 Oct 1798 Capt Capel arrived at the Admiralty with despatches from R.-Adm. Nelson.
22 May-mid Aug 1799 in the bay of Naples assisting allied forces ashore.
29 Mar 1800 captured the French privateer Victoire in the Mediterranean.
20 Aug 1800 taken on the Mediterranean station the French Lateen Vessel Privateer of Two Guns and Four Swivels, called La Dangerouse, from Bastia, bound to Toulon.
May 1805 Chatham in Ordinary
15 Aug - 20 Oct 1807 Siege and bombardment of Copenhagen and capture of Danish Fleet by Gambier.