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Type: Hired Cutter ; Armament 8
Hired : 1794 ; Disposal date or year : 1802
1 Jan 1799 CO : Wm Marsh ; stationed : Falmouth (N.C.).
23 Oct 1800, Deuarnez Bay, with the flying squadron off the Black Rocks, composing the ships of the line Caesar, Pompee, Canada, Defence, Edgar, Warrior, Defiance, and Nimrod cutter ; the weather was very fine.
Type: Sloop ; Armament 18
Taken : 24 Nov 1799 ; Disposal date or year : 1811
Displacement : 395 tons (BM)
1 Aug 1799, Plymouth, arrived with dispatches from Vice Admiral Pole, dated off the Isle of Aix.
24 Nov 1799 Solebay captured 4 French ships of war off the island of St.-Domingo, one of which, the Eole, a fine fast-sailing corvette, renamed the 18-gun ship-sloop Nimrod, continued for several years to be an active cruiser in the British Navy.
May 1805 Leeward Island Station
27 Dec 1807 captured the French privateer Nouvelle Enterprise on the Leeward Island station.