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Type: Brig ; Armament 10
Launched : 1822 ; Disposal date or year : 1837
Portsmouth 14 Jun 1828 Is ordered to the river to fit out the Royal Sovereign yacht.
Portsmouth 2 Mar 1829 Sailed for Plymouth.
Portsmouth 11 Mar 1829 Arrived from Plymouth.
Portsmouth 8 May 1829 Sailed for St. Andero with Spaniards who were lately acquitted on charges of piracy.
Portsmouth 17 Aug 1829 Arrived from a cruise.
Portsmouth 10 Oct 1829 Sailed on a cruise yesterday, and returned today.
At sea 7 Nov 1829 Is reported all well at 42.20 N 12.30 W., with a fair wind to Madeira.
Madeira 25 Nov 1829 Arrived 12 Nov and sailed today.
Barbadoes 17 Feb 1830 Sailed for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 19 Mar 1830 Arrived from Maranham, Para, Trinidad, and Barbadoes.
1830 Tender to Royal George, Yacht, at Portsmouth
Woolwich 8 Jan 1831 Sailed to join the squadron in the Downs.
Portsmouth 8 Feb 1831 Sailed for Havre.
Portsmouth 25 Feb 1831 Sailed on a cruise.
Portsmouth 7 Aug 1831 Arrived from South America, with specie.
Woolwich 31 Oct 1831 Sailed for the Downs.
Portsmouth 7 Nov 1831 Sailed to Sunderland to superintend the quarantine.
Portsmouth 19 Nov 1831 Ceases to be a tender to the Royal George (yacht.)
Portsmouth 16 Mar 1832 Arrived from Ireland.
Cork 6 Jun 1832 Remains.
Plymouth 23 Aug 1832 Off port.
Plymouth 30 Aug 1832 Arrived from Torbay.
Plymouth 28 Oct 1832 Arrived from Cork.
Circa Feb 1833 the R. H. S. silver medal was awarded to Mr. Don Philip Dumaresque, junior mate of the Onyx, who saved a lad named William Carter, on the 23d of January, 1832, off Sheerness.